Month: October 2016

Knowledge, leadership and the presidency
Opinion

Knowledge, leadership and the presidency

“The greatest achievement of medieval philosophers was, not systematic theology, but the discovery that the more we know, the more we are aware of what we don’t know.” —Bernard Lonergan He stated that there are three types of knowledge: Things we know that we know. Things we know that we […]

Athlete of the Week: Deborah Ludman
Sports

Athlete of the Week: Deborah Ludman

This week’s Athlete of the Week is Deborah Ludman, a four-year varsity soccer player. Ludman is one of the senior captains who have helped lead the Garnets to a No. 2 seed in the Class A playoffs. Ludman contributes to a lot of the Garnets’ offensive plays, along with providing […]

A Rye player controls the ball in the offensive end. However, the favored Garnets fell to Eastchester in penalty kicks. Photo/Mike Smith
Sports

Eagles upset Garnets

Eastchester came into its Oct. 22 Class A first-round game against Rye with little regard for the inclement weather—or the disparity between the seeds of the two clubs—and earned its biggest win of the season; a victory over the No. 2 seeded Garnets in penalty kicks. For Rye, the game […]

Luis Galeano battles against a Croton Harmon defender on Oct. 24. The Panthers beat the Tigers 1-0 to advance to the Class B semifinals. Photo/Mike Smith
Sports

Panthers blank Croton

On Oct. 24, Rye Neck’s soccer team took its first step toward the Class B section crown with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Croton Harmon. Although the Panthers’ performance might not have resulted in the decisive victory many would have predicted, the No. 1-seeded Rye Neck club is still one […]

An objective lens
Opinion Sports

An objective lens

It’s an age-old adage in the world of sports journalism: There’s no cheering in the press box. But although it may be embarrassing to admit, I—and other sportswriters—often fall short in that regard. Sometimes, when you’re a beat writer for a particular team, you can develop personal connections with players […]