Sporting a Large Stipend

Athletes are regarded as some of the most disciplined, fit, and motivated individuals. When sports players decide to take their skills to the next level and “go pro” they are paid accordingly for their skills; however some sports pay a decent amount more than others. Why is this the case?

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Liam Sweeney
The Triple Bees are One Stinger Short

Get ready! Things heated up this weekend when the first NFL Sunday of the season kicked off. However, there has already been some heated conversations in the locker rooms. Steelers’ veteran running back Le’Veon Bell is once again in the news due his continued contract holdout.

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Katherine Sheridan
2018 NBA Playoff Predictions

The NBA Playoffs are officially underway and they’re already full of ups and downs. From Kawhi Leonard quitting on his team to the Khris Middleton buzzer beater to send the Celtics and Bucks into overtime, it has been proven that this year will be one of the best years the NBA playoffs has ever had. The competition is intense in both conferences, rookies such as Ben Simmons, Jayson Tatum, and Donovan Mitchell have been holding their own, and of course surprises have occurred. Just a quick note: my predictions were made before the playoffs officially began, and have not been altered or changed in anyway in response to their first game or two of the first round.

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Christian Mullings
The New Fresh Prince of Bel-Air?

If you’ve been following the NBA lately it’s pretty noticeable that there’s a new king in Philadelphia. And he’s most definitely here to stay. Ben Simmons is leading the 76ers into the sunset that is the NBA Playoffs as the 3-seed, and is the leading candidate for Rookie of The Year. Not to mention the team is also on a 14 game win streak. The kid can flat out ball. He leads the rookie class in assists, rebounds, and steals, and also has 36 triple doubles this season, which is the new current record for rookies.

 

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Christian Mullings
Why Saquon Barkley and the Giants are a Match Made in Heaven

In the end, whichever team picks him up, will enjoy the fruits of massive success. Whether it be the Browns, Jets, or Giants. But if he’s gonna have the most success in his career with a team that can help him grow into the player with the hall of potential he has, then it’s most obviously the New York Giants. If he lands in the Big Apple… then it’s game over NFL.

 

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Christian Mullings
Kevin's Rad Picks: March Madness

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for many people. It’s that sweet spot for winter sports where the NBA and NHL seasons are beginning to come to a close and March Madness takes over the headlines. Today, I release bracket after the tournament already started due to me being lazy, and also on vacation. So, here it is:

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Kevin Ries
HF Boys Basketball Season in review

This past Tuesday, February 20th, the HF Boys Basketball season came to an unfortunate end. Despite going home earlier than they had hoped, HF still had an extremely impressive 2017-2018 campaign. The green and white had multiple question marks coming into the season, but it became clear right off the bat that this year’s squad was ready to compete

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Johnny Gadamowitz
The Worst Super Bowl in New York History

If you live in the beautiful state of New York, you’d know how much pride comes with the success of our local teams. The “City of Champions” always boasts its total of 29 World Series Championships, 5 Super Bowl victories, 4 NBA championships, 8 Stanley Cups, and a championship in almost any other sport that you could possibly think of. This city lives and breathes sports. It’s a part of New York culture, and quite frankly that will more than likely never change. Ever.

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Christian Mullings
Harborfields Football Season Review

The Harborfields Football team took Suffolk County by storm after reaching a record of 6-2 in this 2017 season. The team, led by quarterback PJ Clementi, is finding great success on all sides of the ball and the guys surely hit the ground running as they are aiming to secure a top seed in the playoffs in order to obtain “home field” advantage.

 

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Chris Mullings
Kevin’s Rad Picks NFL Week 11

Welcome to Kevin’s Rad Picks, a (hopefully) weekly article where I pick my picks for the week in the NFL. Yes, I know it's already week 11, but I’m only just starting to care now as we start to get a sense of who's actually good. Also, I am a perfect 0-0 on predictions this year so you can definitely trust me.

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Kevin Ries
Harborfields Varsity Cheer Begins the "Rebuilding Process"

The Harborfields Varsity Cheerleading team is undergoing major changes within the program since receiving the first invitation to Nationals in Harborfields history last year. With uncertainty looming amongst the program, one thing that’s certain is the team’s positive outlook towards having another successful season

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Chris Mullings
Why are ACL’s Tearing Left and Right?

It seems that one of the most common injuries that is occurring in high school and college athletes is ACL tears. ACL stands for Anterior Cruciate Ligament and is the ligament that connects the .. There are some theories that have been explored as to why this is occurring but none of them have been proven to be true 100% of the time. It is concerning that young athletes have such a high frequency of this injury, which can be seen in the Harborfields population.

 

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Erin Tucker