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Varsity Boys Volleyball 4/25/17

Varsity Boys Volleyball 4/25/17

Logan Toporoff, Features Editor

April 25, 2017

Varsity boys volleyball competing against The Horace Mann School, coming out with a win and dominating in all three sets of the game.

Perry’s legacy passed on to freshman sensation

Perry’s legacy passed on to freshman sensation

Vincent Alban, Contributing Writer

March 26, 2017

The conclusion of this indoor track season marks the end of a long era for senior Gene Perry. After 11 seasons of running over his four years at Masters, Perry is taking the twelfth season off to take a break from the stress of running. Next fall, he will be running for Haverford College as a freshman,...

Senior to continue soccer career at Boston College

Senior to continue soccer career at Boston College

Emma Luis, Web Editor

February 2, 2017

Senior Samantha Coffey is to continue her soccer career at Boston College, starting in September of 2017. Coffey has been playing for the USA Under-18 Women’s National Team and participated in the 2016 Women’s International Cup. Surrounded by friends, family, teammates and coaches, Coffey made her c...

Boys Varsity Soccer prevails in the FAA championship

The Boys Varsity Soccer team kneels as they watch their teammates shoot penalty kicks.

Mark Tseytin, Sports Editor

November 15, 2016

On Sat. Nov 12, Masters Boys Varsity Soccer took on Greens Farms Academy in the Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) championship game. The game was long and the score remained tied at 0 for its entirety until the penalty kicks came. During the penalty kicks, Masters’ stayed confident in their abil...

Boys Varsity Soccer makes a hard fought comeback in the FAA Semifinals

Senior Raji Ahamad gathers the ball in an attempt to start an offensive attack. Masters won the semi-final game 3-2, with an impressive comeback, against Rye Country Day School.

Mark Tseytin, Sports Editor

November 11, 2016

This school year, students are flooding the fields to watch Varsity Soccer dominate the league.  School spirit levels are higher than ever before with the help of Pack the Den, and Masters’ growing attention to athletics. Valuable additions to the team, as well as strong coaching and teamwork have ...

Boys’ Volleyball Team Bounces Back

Boys' Volleyball Team Bounces Back

June Kitahara, Contributing Writer

May 12, 2016

The first home Varsity Boys Volleyball game of the season was a game not to miss. Masters started the game strong with an ace by August Dubeau and a spike by Dexter Kalderon. The audience observed amazing teamwork during the first set that ended with 19-25. In the second set, great saves and serves were...

Girls’ Lacrosse Team Gets That W

Girls' Lacrosse Team Gets That W

Eli Emery, Contributing Writer

May 12, 2016

On the 28th of April, 2016, the Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse team won a hard fought victory against their opponents. With a great showing all around, and incredible teamwork, the Girls’ Lacrosse team came together and shone. “We worked really hard as a team and our dynamic really showed how much...

The fifth time is the charm: Baseball team gets a win after four delays

A Trevor Day player kicks up some dirt as he slides safely into 3rd base during a game at Clarke Field.  The Panthers, however, prevailed by a score of 7-4 in their first game of the season after many delays, mostly due to rainouts.

Alexandra Bentzien and Emma Luis

May 10, 2016

The boys’ baseball team finally played their first game against Trevor Day on April 18. After four game cancellations in a row, the boys had the drive they needed to bring home a 7-4 win. Their first game, home against York Prep, was scheduled on a typical April rainy day, causing a muddy pitcher's...

Ballsheviks claim historic victory for Mother Russia

Ballsheviks claim historic victory for Mother Russia

February 17, 2016

Members of the History Department, dubbing themselves the Ballsheviks, won a stunning upset victory in the DAA Dodgeball Tournament on Wednesday Feb. 17. Joined by junior Hannah Paul, the Ballsheviks took one small step for the History Department, one large step toward world domination.

Emotional Newton Ends Post-Game Press Conference Early

Emotional Newton Ends Post-Game Press Conference Early

Michael Fitzgerald, Sports Editor

February 11, 2016

No athletes enjoy losing games, although losing championships are the ultimate heartbreak for any player. This was exhibited following the conclusion of Super Bowl 50, where the camera showed Panthers star cornerback Josh Norman weeping on the bench after the 24-10 loss, proving that for many, sports...

Minzesheimer’s Eye: Boys Varsity Basketball

Minzesheimer's Eye: Boys Varsity Basketball

James Minzesheimer, Blogger

January 19, 2016

In a close game between The Masters Panthers and The Rye Country Day Wildcats, the Panthers fell short 42-41. To sum up the game it consisted of a lot of turnovers and poor field goal percentages by both teams, in short neither team played “good” basketball. The leader of the Masters offensive,...

Boys Varsity Soccer Claims Victory in Their Senior Game

Boys Varsity Soccer Claims Victory in Their Senior Game

Jennifer Munnings, Sports Editor

October 28, 2015

Boys Varsity soccer had a successful senior game against Horace Mann with a final score of 2-1. The two goals were scored by freshman Jacob Vietorisz and sophomore Thomas Oladayo. The seniors on the team are Sherman Goldblum, Karl Hirt, Tony Rosenberg, Wesley Morris, Julius Shin, Khoi Tran, Tim Par...

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