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UCONN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

By Arnie Leshin  I remember seeing the headline, but don’t recall who wrote the story. As a long-time journalist, no doubt I can read and write, but there’s no way I can pay attention to this nonsense. The headline said: “UConn women’s basketball dynasty may be fading as other programs rise.” …

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NCAA MEN’S FINAL FOUR

By Arnie Leshin  Hail, hail the gang’s all here. Kudos to Saint Peter’s University and Miami for their surprising run, they are gone now but not forgotten as this Final Four of the men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament has a familiar quartet that has reached this level many times before. That’s …

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NM HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

By Arnie Leshin  St. Michael’s received another sparkling effort on the mound from senior ace right-hander Owen Gruda and Santa Fe High the same from its junior southpaw hurler Carlos (C.J.) Garcia Saturday, but the final outcomes of their doubleheader brought good and bad news. For the Horsemen, it was …

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SAINT PETER’S IS STILL ALIVE AND WELL

By Arnie Leshin  It’s March Madness all right and that small Division I private Catholic Jesuit School in Jersey City is having a ball making continuous headlines and piecing together the main story of the NCAA Basketball Tournament. In the Garden State’s second-largest city, there sits Saint Peter’s University down the …

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St. Michael’s bats in its sixth softball win

By Arnie Leshin  St. Michael’s softball team continued to pound the ball, rolling past winless Hot Springs Thursday, 20-5, in the Moriarty Invitational and will meet up this afternoon with the host Pintos at 3 o’clock. After plating four runs each in the first two innings, the Lady Horsemen upped …

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