After a first-round playoff loss to a powerhouse Staten Island team, the sun has set on the different, fascinating careers of numerous senior Peglegs.
Issue 16, Volume 108
Though regular key contributors were missing from the starting lineup, the Stuyvesant Peglegs saw growth and promise from other players, namely senior Max Onderdonk and sophomore Franklin Liou.
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With the starting lineup in flux and numerous juniors looking to seize starting roles, role flexibility and personal improvement will be key to the Peglegs’ success.
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After the departure of countless graduated seniors, the Stuyvesant Peglegs look to replicate last season’s unprecedented 12-4 finish with a lineup full of fresh faces.
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Although their season finished with a disappointing 55-50 playoff loss, the tremendous improvements made by the Phoenix are not to be ignored.
Fresh off a winning streak, the Stuyvesant Phoenix look to continue their success with more contributions off the bench and a stronger offensive game plan.
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After a slow, 5-5 start, junior Talia Kirshenbaum’s rebounding presence could be what it takes to push the Phoenix back into contention.
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Under the leadership of seniors Shannon Lau and Delaney Demark, and behind a growing youth movement, the Phoenix look to go deep into the playoffs.
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After a 0-6 start, the Stuyvesant Peglegs have tough matchups ahead in the team’s final three games.
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Despite a rocky statistical start, DeShone Kizer still has a chance to be successful if the support around him improves.
After upset victories against Eleanor Roosevelt and Tottenville, the Stuyvesant Eagles’ season came to an end in a tight semifinal rematch with Roosevelt.
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Despite success early in his career and tantalizing physical talent, quarterback Colin Kaepernick is still unsigned.
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