Costa allows no hits, drives in 6 as BSGE defeats Young Women’s Leadership 20-0

Emily Costa was great on Tuesday, allowing no hits Lady Sting’s 20-0 victory over Young Women’s Leadership School. No Young Women’s Leadership batter was able to locate Costa’s pitches during the game. Costa allowed no hits, striking out seven batters and walking three while recording the win. Sixteen runs in the first three innings helped Lady Sting Softball…

Queens HS Complex falls 14-2 at the hands of Lady Sting

BSGE Lady Sting beat Queens Complex on Monday 14-2 at Big Bush Park in five innings. Lady Sting scored five runs in the fourth on Lady Sting Softball scored in the fourth on a groundout by Nina Don, an RBI double by Claire Bergerson, a walk by Amanda Eng, and a wild pitch. Jennifer Qu…

BSGE Mets Game 5/20

We did this last year, almost 200 people from BSGE came to the game. Teachers, students, friends and family members all came out. If you’re interested, submit your form before 4/22.  

Claire Bergerson leads Lady Sting to 21-1 win over Long Island City

Claire Bergerson hit two home runs to carry Lady Sting to a 21-1 win over Long Island City at Long Island City in five innings. Bergerson racked up six RBIs on three hits and also pitched five innings while giving up only one run. Fifteen runs in the opening three innings allowed Lady Sting to easily put…

10 Things I Learned When I Went to Buzzfeed

A few weeks ago, I had the chance to visit Buzzfeed’s New York headquarters. Here’s a few things I discovered when I went to this virtual sanctuary. Each conference room is named after a celebrity, including each member of Destiny’s Child. Outside each conference/celebrity room is a cardboard cutout of the aforementioned celebrities. I got a…

BSGE Computer Cart Olympics! After school today!

BSGE will hold its first annual Computer Cart Olympics on Wednesday, April 1st, after school at 3pm. Teams will compete in various events to evaluate their skills in pushing computer carts around the building. There are three different events and winners will be crowned for each individual event and best overall team performance. Speed: The first event will…

BSGE Mets Game 5/15

You will be getting a copy of this form next week. The school is organizing school outing to a Mets game on Friday, May 15th at 7:10pm. This is not a field trip but the school is organizing a group purchase of tickets. If you are interested, please complete the form below and submit it…

The Running Club: The Journey to 5k

Running is a common form of exercise that many people around the world take part in either to lose weight or for personal enjoyment. The latter is seen in the case of Kohen Rahman 18’, who said: “BSGE really needed a running club. I decided to ask Tim about it because running is something I…

Extra Day Off! Hooray! (Or, Not So Much?)

A few weeks ago, Mayor de Blasio announced that New York City public schools would be closed for Eid holidays, starting in the 2015-2016 school year. This year, we’ll be having September 26th off. After years of fighting for this, many Muslims across the city rejoiced.  “When these holidays are recognized, it’s a sign that…

Bathroom Door Mystery

Most BSGE girls of all grades have probably noticed that the bathroom door on the third floor was replaced with a wooden door last month. Many thought such a sudden replacement was strange and didn’t know the reason, but have assumed that the old door wasn’t stable enough. “It’s strange, but I have no idea…

Bake Sale Craze at BSGE

Bake sales.  This once-every-two-month, or maybe non-existent treat for most schools are pretty common events at BSGE.  Most students have taken advantage of these delicious events, going into the corridor  in search of a what more-than-likely is a tasty snack.  Others, however, groan in frustration because a) they don’t have enough cash b) they want…

Throw BACC Thursdays: BSGE Votes; Obama Prevails

The BACC Rag will repost an old article or interview (from our archive of almost a thousand stories!) each Thursday to help share great stories from the past that would still resound today.  On Monday, November 3rd BSGE students cast their ballot for the President of the United States. For many it was a first, for some…