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Boys Tennis Man
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The Hitmen End the Season With New Memories

The Hitmen End the Season With New Memories

The Stuyvesant Hitmen’s second doubles team lobbed the ball over their Bronx Science opponents, who proceeded to smash an overhead at the Hitmen. Senior and co-captain Julian Neuman reacted quickly, hitting a tweener, a between-the-legs shot, for a winner past his opponents. The substitutes and spectators cheered for Stuyvesant as Neuman and senior and co-captain

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Girls Badminton Comes Up Short

With a 4-0 lead over Maspeth High School, Stuyvesant’s girls’ varsity badminton team’s second doubles, comprised of senior and co-captain Yiqing Hu and sophomore Tracy Chang, swiftly defeated their opponents without dropping a set. This sent Stuyvesant into the quarterfinals of playoffs, where they would face Seward Park Campus, one of their toughest rivals of

Photo by Stefan Engquist
Photo by Stefan Engquist

Hitmen Look to Bounce Back After Bronx Science Loss

Senior and co-captain Zachary Wakefield, with his doubles partner senior Julian Neuman, bore down against Hunter College High School’s tandem. After a back and forth rally with neither side giving in, the other team finally crumbled, and Stuyvesant won the point. Wakefield, fired up, shouted at the top of his lungs, simultaneously crushing Hunter’s late

Seasoned Hitmen Eyeing Next Title Run

In what had been a hard-fought match on both sides, Brooklyn Technical High School pulled out a 3-2 victory against the Hitmen, Stuyvesant’s boys’ tennis team, last May. As the two teams walked off the court, however, tension remained as the schools argued over sportsmanship and disputed calls. Despite some bad blood with Brooklyn Tech,

Lemurs Oust LIC to Claim Third Place at Championships

The Lemurs, Stuyvesant’s boys’ varsity gymnastics team, headed into the PSAL Boys’ Gymnastics Team Championship spirited and hungry for a city championship. The night before, Coach Marvin Autry gave the guys an hour-long pep talk, leaving them confident and optimistic. But, the day of the championships did not start out well for the Lemurs. Many

Spartans Finish Strong

  Stuyvesant Spartans’ senior and co-captain Cade Lueker circles the wrestling mat, eyeing his opponent, senior Feras Zedeia of William C. Bryant High School. With first place in the city on the line for the 170-weight class, they exchange a few quick taps to the head, when suddenly Zedeia strikes, locking their arms, and brings

Lemurs Hopeful For Championship

The Lemurs, Stuyvesant’s boys’ gymnastics team, have hit their mid-season stride with a promising outlook for the future. At their second meet of the season against the John F. Kennedy Campus Knights, Stuyvesant pulled away with a win by a mere tenth of a point. The very tight score would put any team on edge

Titans Remain Undefeated with Late-Season Win

Stuyvesant’s boys’ varsity table tennis team, the Titans, remains undefeated for the third year in a row, finishing the season with a 14-0 record in the Central Manhattan Division. The Titans ended their regular season with a swift 5-0 victory over Jacqueline K. Onassis Inter Careers High School on Friday, January 20. The boys have

Lemurs Leap Into New Season With Swift Win

The Lemurs, the boys’ gymnastics team, had their first meet of the season against Long Island City (LIC) High School’s Bulldogs on Thursday, January 12 in Stuyvesant’s third floor gymnasium. Before the meet began, spectators—including some of the team’s graduated members—and gymnasts from both schools raced about the gym setting up equipment for the sport’s

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