ANS Girls’ Soccer Team’s Journey to AASCA 2024

The girls’ soccer team at ANS recently returned with a third-place trophy from AASCA 2024. Led by captain Luciana Gonzalez and co-captain Luciana Arguello, the group of girls participated in three days of intense soccer matches. The team dedicated months of preparation, training diligently Monday through Saturday under the guidance of their coaches, Ms. Fernandez, […]

AASCA Basketball 2024

ANS’ remarkable basketball team recently left its mark on the regional stage at the AASCA competition in Panama. With the basketball team’s last appearance in 2019, the team was happy to put ANS back on track this year as they work themselves up to creating a stronger team. Hosted by ISP and Balboa Academy, the […]

Tigers Set Records – AASCA Track & Field

By: Thelma Lanuza Sanint  On November 15th, ANS hosted its first pep rally since COVID began. This event commemorated the AASCA Track & Field team for competition on November 18th and 19th in El Salvador at the host school “Escuela Americana El Salvador.” The event showcased the great abilities of the team with 5 AASCA […]

2022 Lakers NBA Season

Despite the Lakers being the favorites coming into the 2022 NBA season, they went 33-49, leaving them unable to participate in the playoffs. Two seasons prior to this let down, the Lakers were announced as NBA champions, but have recently gone off course with productivity on the court. They dealt for former League MVP, Russell […]

Brady Un-Retires

On February 1st, 2022, twenty-two seasons into the NFL, Tom Brady announced his retirement marking an end to the glorious Brady era. He ended it with seven Super Bowl rings (six with the patriots and one with the buccaneers), three MVPs (2007, 2010, 2017), five Super Bowl MVPs (2001, 2003, 2014, 2016, 2020), two Offensive […]

Girls Volleyball Team Makes Right Decision

The American Nicaraguan School participates in an event every year called AASCA, where American schools all over Central America go to a host country to compete for their sport. This year the AASCA Volleyball tournament was held in Costa Rica from March 30th to April 3rd, however, the ANS team decided not to participate. The […]

Baseball at ANS

On October 6th of 2021 on the first Flex day of the first week back at school after the month-long quarantine, many students signed up to play baseball, one of the country’s most favorite sports. But in private schools across Managua, the main sport has been lackluster compared to football a.k.a soccer. For the past […]

The NFL During Pandemic

he NFL is in full swing and the stadiums are filled again at almost full capacity, but have the fans and league forgotten that there still is a pandemic? A little bit about the past. The NFL announced last year that stadiums will be at limited capacity due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In response to […]

Super Bowl

The Kansas City Chiefs and the New England Patriots are the most dominant teams in the AFC championship, but who will make it to the Super Bowl? Bill Belichick and the Patriots once again look like formidable contenders. In the two decades of winning the Super Bowl, they have won six Super Bowls and are […]

Racism in the NFL

In June, 2020 with the killing of George Floyd, a series of civil rights, police reform, and racial awareness caused many organizations in the area of sports to support the movements. Leagues such as the NFL did a -end racism campaign that is still going on today. They allowed players to choose to add on […]