Third grade bike safety day is a big hit at Colonial (from our print edition)

Third grade bike safety day is a big hit at Colonial (from our print edition)

By Charlotte Seligman, Staff Reporter
June 27, 2017
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

COLONIAL PLAYGROUND — Bike Day was the day that Colonial School third graders learned how to ride bikes. They took part in a series of tasks and challenges on their bikes. The third graders also got their bikes checked by a professional who works at Pelham Bicycle Center. "I think that the third...

Rec basketball starts off great for Colonial Red with Hutch win

By Jaylin Santiago, Sports Editor
January 31, 2017
Filed under Sports

HUTCHINSON GYM — The Colonial crowd went wild as a Hutchinson player missed the game-winning shot from half court. It was a close game, but in the end, Colonial Red came out with a one-point win. It was an amazing game, said Matthew Michailoff.

Colonial students and staff pick Patriots, in our Super Bowl survey

Colonial students and staff pick Patriots, in our Super Bowl survey

By Liam Ginsburg and Brewer Anderson
January 30, 2017
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

COLONIAL — The school has a bunch of football fans from Giants to Lions and clubs that win a lot to those that don't. Colonial students get especially excited when the year comes to Super Bowl time. According to a Colonial Times survey, seven people say the Patriots will win, while one picked Atlanta....

Christian Ronaldo wins Ballon d’Or soccer award

Christian Ronaldo wins Ballon d’Or soccer award

By Liam Ginsburg, Staff Reporter
December 20, 2016
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Every year, a soccer player wins the Ballon d'Or, which means Golden Ball in French. The Ballon d'Or is a very important trophy because it names you the best player of the year. The winner of the Ballon d'Or was Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo for 2016. There are many important matches that lead...

Bill Clinton at the Nets vs Bucks Game

Bill Clinton at the Nets vs Bucks Game

By Liam Ginsburg, Reporter
December 4, 2016
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

On Thursday, December 1, the Brooklyn Nets played the Milwaukee Bucks in Barclays Center. President Bill Clinton(Hillary's husband) attended. He was sitting right where the players would sit, except on the other side. He sat next to Marc Lasry, gazillionaire, owner of the Bucks. Every once in a while...

Cubs Win World Series!

Cubs Win World Series!

By Liam Ginsburg, Reporter
November 4, 2016
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

On November 3, history was made by the Chicago Cubs when 1st baseman Anthony Rizzo stepped on first base with the ball in his hand. The big Game 7 was in extra innings for one of the first times in history. Michael Martinez hit the ball right to the shortstop who then threw Martinez out. On Friday...

Alex Morgan

Alex Morgan

By Grace McNamara and Lane Cooper
January 29, 2016
Filed under Sports

Alex Morgan is a great player on the US Women's National Team. Do you know who she is? Well, if you don't then let's lead you through her life. Lets get started, Alex Morgan plays soccer. Alex plays forward and her number is 13. She grew up in San Dimas, California. She went to the University Of Cali...

Abby Wambach Strikes One Last Time

By Elle Halvorson, Reporter
January 20, 2016
Filed under Sports

A wonderful legend is gone, Abby Wambach. She was number twenty and was a forward on the USA soccer team. Abby was a goal scoring machine. The USA won the world cup this year in 2015 and it was a wonderful celebration. Until, of course, we heard Abby was leaving. She is 35 years old. She was born...

Rec and Travel Soccer

Rec and Travel Soccer

By Claudia Hertwig
November 18, 2015
Filed under Sports

Have you ever wondered if people like playing soccer? I do, its so much fun and other people might just like to watch it. Brooke L. in 4K said " I like my team, the Wombats. My teammates are all really nice and good soccer players. My trainers name is Fiona." Lila B. in 3L said" I am on Pelham Pride....

American Pharoah: The first Triple Crown winner in last 37 years

By Ella Miller, A&E Editor
June 16, 2015
Filed under Sports, World News

Every year, three different big horse races take place. The first one is the Kentucky Derby, the second is the Preakness, and the third is the Belmont Stakes. If a horse wins all three races, then he or she is the new Triple Crown winner. So far in the world, there have been only 12 Triple Crown...

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