April 16, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Baseball Previews

Carmel Looking to Returning Veterans to Guide the Ship

CARMEL - The loss of speedy leadoff hitter John Kiechle, as well as Sal Palmiero and Frank Nagel, will be something the Carmel High baseball team will have to overcome. More...

Girls Lacrosse

Mahopac Opens Season With Win Over Pearl River

MAHOPAC - The Mahopac High girls lacrosse team picked up a 15-10 victory over Pearl River last Wednesday to open the 2009 season. More...

Brewster Girls Overcome Slow Start to Beat Nyack

But Bears can't hold late lead in 13-12 loss to Greeley

BREWSTER - The Brewster High girls lacrosse team held a two-goal lead with 6:35 to play last Wednesday against Greeley, but the Quakers rallied for three late goals to steal a 13-12 decision from the Bears in a game played at Brewster. More...

Gaels Sink Indians With Seventh-Inning Homer

MAHOPAC - The Mahopac High baseball team held a 3-1 lead after four innings over Kennedy Catholic last Wednesday, but the Gaels bounced back with two in the fifth, and got a game-winning home run in the top of the seventh to hand Mahopac a 4-3 setb More...

The Putnam Sportsman

Not exactly what you'd call sporting stuff, but I did don a pair of rabbit ears (from the local dollar store) Easter morning as Mama and I drove up the hill to take an Easter basket loaded with goodies, and a couple of decorated bags filled with cl More...

Mahopac Stays Close But Can't Close the Deal

Last-minute mistakes seal fate in 6-5 loss to Northport

MAHOPAC - When Northport (LI) took on Mahopac last Thursday on the turf at Mahopac High School, it was the kind of game where you figured the last team to have the ball would walk off with the win. More...

Brewster Makes Late Run But Can't Catch Putnam Valley

Bears unable to get key stops in fourth

BREWSTER - The Brewster High lacrosse team put itself in good position for a comeback last Saturday at rain-soaked Putnam Valley. More...

Indians Hoping Strong Offense Keeps Team in Playoff Hunt

MAHOPAC - Mahopac rookie Manager Chris Miller is hoping his offense can keep the Indians in games this spring, until his pitchers get some experience under their belts, anyway. More...

Bears Play Well in Opener, Fall to Lakeland

BREWSTER - The Lakeland High baseball team got all the scoring it needed by the second inning Monday, and held on to edge visiting Brewster, 2-1, in a non-league game in Shrub Oak. More...

Mahopac's Kohler Signs With Caldwell College

Alanna Kohler, a Mahopac High School soccer player, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Caldwell College in their NCAA Division 2 program for the fall. More...

Signing Day

Brewster Students Sign National Letters of Intent

Three seniors at Brewster High School signed letters of intent Tuesday to attend colleges and universities in September on athletic scholarships. More...

Click here for digital edition
2009-04-16 digital edition

Weekly Quotation

"Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost." ~ John Quincy Adams