The First round of the playoffs started for the Byram Hills Varsity Football team on Saturday as the second seeded Bobcats took on the seventh seeded Bronxville Broncos. Read on to hear all about Byram’s dominant win… Continue reading Survive and Advance
The NFL season is back and Byram Hills students can not be more excited! Read on to hear about team loyalties, fantasy football, and even some superbowl predictions… Continue reading NFL Season is Back
On Saturday, October 19, the Byram Hills Boys Varsity Soccer team faced Keio Academy in the final game of their regular season. Read on to hear all about their big win (on senior day!!)… Continue reading Byram Hills Boys Soccer vs Keio
This year’s homecoming was a success! The athletic events were fun and exciting, large crowds of people supported their friends, classmates, and family, and everyone displayed their BOBCAT SPIRIT !! Read on to see some awesome action shots of our athletes… Continue reading Byram’s Reign: Homecoming Edition
The Byram Hills Varsity Football Team had just come off a big win at Westlake, making them undefeated heading into their big homecoming matchup against Ardsley. These two teams, bosting 4-0 records have lived up to the hype so far this season. Byram knew what they had to do in order to compete with the powerhouse that is Ardsley… Continue reading The Battle of Class B: Friday Night Lights
by Gabby Ripka The Byram Hills Boys Varsity Basketball Team is always a contender for the coveted Section 1 Gold Ball and this year was no different. At the beginning of the season, LoHud ranked them as the number three team in the section. With returning LoHud Super 7 standouts, Ben Leff and Willy Samsen, Byram was a team with a target on its back the … Continue reading Boys’ Varsity Basketball: A Season RECAP
By Gabby Ripka Some may say that the Byram Hills Girls Varsity Basketball team has had their best season yet, and there is no denying that this season will go down as one of the best seasons in BHGVB history. Byram’s record stood at 8-8 last year, with their eight losses coming from league opponents. The girls grew exponentially from last season as shown by … Continue reading From Worst to First!