April 9, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Mahopac Boys Lacrosse

The 'Pac is Hungry for Another Class A Title Run

MAHOPAC - Last year's Mahopac High lacrosse team rebounded from a dismal season the year before, and now coaches Mike and Dave Haddeland are hoping the Indians can kick it up another notch and get back to the finals - and hopefully walk off with th More...

Mulville, Brewster Looking for Turnaround Season

BREWSTER - After a mediocre season and an early playoff exit last spring, Bears Manager Ed Mulvihill and the Brewster High baseball team believe there's more in store for the team this season. More...

Mahopac Laxmen Rip Fordman Prep, fall to Somers

MAHOPAC - The reviews were mixed last week for the Mahopac High boys lacrosse team, as the Indians opened the season with a strong, 11-5 victory over Fordham Prep, before dropping a 7-4 decision to Somers two days later. More...

The First 'Putnam Sportsman': A Tempting Recipe For Squirrel

From the Fall of 1978, in the Putnam County Courier

The gray squirrel is probably at the bottom of Putnam Sportsman's list of hunting quarry, but they are in grave danger. I'm sure all of you who drive on Putnam roads have noticed the incredible number of squirrels run over each day. More...

High Hopes for Brewster Girls Lacrosse

Bears return top five scorers, eight starters

BREWSTER - Veteran coach Gerry Walsh had high hopes for his Brewster girls lacrosse team last spring, and the Bears enjoyed a solid season, for the most part. More...

Brewster Boys Will Depend on Defense

BREWSTER—With just four returning starters, the Brewster High lacrosse team will have a different look this spring. More...

Rams Counting on Contributions from Multiple Sources

CARMEL - The formula for success for the Carmel High softball team this spring is simple: the Rams need contributions from everyone, not just a few. More...

Brewster Falls to South, John Jay to Open Season

BREWSTER - It was a rocky first week of the new season for the Brewster High lacrosse team, as the Bears dropped their opener to Clarkstown South, 4-3, then got bounced two days later by John Jay, 11-6. More...

The Putnam Sportsman

It's an April shower day here in Putnam County this Monday morning, but April showers bring May flowers, helping to rejuvenate new life into the waking roots of winter dormant life below and above our little corner of the earth that surrounds us. 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