The Second Annual Benefit Game for Frank Woolwine Raises Significant Funds

Greer Peacock Staff Writer The second Annual Benefit Game for Roy Franklin "Frank" Woolwine Jr. was held on March 7 at the Collegiate main campus. Frank was a former student on the lacrosse team who was killed in a single-car, alcohol related, accident in August 2016. He would have been a current Senior. “There was … Continue reading The Second Annual Benefit Game for Frank Woolwine Raises Significant Funds

Opinion: The Patriots will win the Super Bowl, here’s how…

Lauren Bruns Staff Writer Super Bowl Sunday is finally here and the Patriots are going to win it all. Super Bowl LII is previewing to be a potential classic in the history of the title game as the Patriots and Eagles face off in an anxiously anticipated event. However, history has already been made as … Continue reading Opinion: The Patriots will win the Super Bowl, here’s how…

Dynasty or Underdogs? The Commentator Staff Weighs in on Super Bowl LII

The Commentator Staff Why Patriots? Integrity is overrated.  What matters is success, and the Patriots have it in spades.  Why would you root for the underdog, a team overcoming genuine adversity after losing their starting quarterback and that’s playing with passion and heart, when you could support a soulless machine devoid of human feeling?  Have … Continue reading Dynasty or Underdogs? The Commentator Staff Weighs in on Super Bowl LII

Tuckahoe Challenger Division and RVAccess

Haley Reid Sports Editor Through Tuckahoe Challenge Division and RVAccess, students with special needs can enjoy free baseball and soccer. These two separate programs serve a very similar purpose: to strengthen the self-esteem of young students with disabilities while allowing them to have an opportunity to enjoy soccer and baseball. Tuckahoe Little League started their … Continue reading Tuckahoe Challenger Division and RVAccess