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BY SAM SPOKONY   |  After years of frustration for parents and teachers, Millennium High School will finally be able provide its students with more adequate space for physical education. NYS Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has allocated $400,000 to Millennium to replace old exercise equipment and undertake a full-scale renovation of the school’s auditorium, which […]

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[media-credit name="Downtown Express photos by Aline Reynolds " align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] Coach Erik Groszyk (in white), who played at Harvard with Knicks star Jeremy Lin, leads Poly Prep eighth grader Hassan Folks through a drill at Leman Prep in Lower Manhattan last Saturday. BY ALINE REYNOLDS & JOHN BAYLES  |  No one could’ve predicted the buzz […]

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On a chilly fall evening, the undefeated Kansas City Wizards, comprised entirely of 13-year-olds, faced the younger Colorado Rapids. Christopher Baez played his best game of the season for the Wizards, with consistent, strong boots and nice passing — including a pass to Adrian Dillulio, who continued the downfield drive to Nick Winokur. Winokur, whose hat trick […]

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The Downtown Little League (DLL) started off their tournament season with a scrimmage against the Greenwich Village Little League (GVLL) at their home turf at J.J. Walker Field on June 24. After a disastrous first inning for the DLL team that could’ve been attributed to nerves, the DLL team came back. Not only did they […]

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