April 17, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Cyclists Pedal Into Spring

A sure sign of spring was observed Sunday in downtown Carmel when a pack of 50 cyclists pedaled along the main thoroughfare of the county seat enroute to a get-together at the Fahnestock State Park. More...

Carmel Baseball Splits, Brewster Wins

The Carmel High School baseball team split two games this week, one at home and one in a galaxy far, far away. The Rams began with a tough 6-5 home loss to Lakeland as it simply couldn’t stop Rich Capria, who went 4-for-4 for the Hornets. More...

’Pac Girls Lacrosse Drops Two

MAHOPAC – The Mahopac High School girls lacrosse team had everything to show for its two games this past week – hustle, talent, speed, resiliency and more – except a win. More...

Carmel Softball Splits With Mahopac, Arlington

FREEDOM PLAINS – The Carmel High School softball team split with two of its rivals this past week, beating Mahopac on Monday, 6-0, after coming off a tough 2-1 extra-inning loss to Arlington. More...

Putnam Valley Takes Down Carmel in Girls Lacrosse

The week ahead

THURSDAY, APRIL 17BOYS TENNISLakeland at Brewster, 11 a.m.BOYS LACROSSEBrewster at Rye, 11 a.m.Mahopac at Somers, 7 p.m.GIRLS LACROSSEClarkstown at Mahopac, 11 a.m.BASEBALLWhite Plains at Mahopac, Noon More...

Mahopac’s Lawless Earns Winter Athlete Award

POMFRET, Conn. – Mahopac resident Juliette Lawless was recently recognized by coaches and teammates at Pomfret School for an outstanding season in varsity hockey. More...

FrOGS Paddle for the Great Swamp

On Saturday, May 17, Friends of The Great Swamp (FrOGS) will hold the first annual Paddle for The Great Swamp. More...

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Weekly Quotation

“The first day of spring is one thing,and the first spring day is another. The difference between them is sometimes as great as a month.” Henry Van Dyke