December 17, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Putnam Valley Girls Top Dover in Beacon Tourney

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley High girls basketball team went into Walter Panas and left with a 44-35 victory on Monday. More...

Gaels Open Season at Armory Kick-Off

SOMERS—Competing against schools from all over Section 1, the Kennedy Catholic winter track team opened its season Sunday as part the Armory's Kick-Off. More...

Knights Send Rams Message in Win

CARMEL—Carmel girls basketball coach Dan O’Hare was anxious to see just how his Rams stacked up against the team many are picking as the early favorite to win the Class AA crown this winter. More...

Carmel Hockey Picks up First Win

CARMEL—After opening their weekend with a loss Friday night to Lakeland/ Panas, the Carmel High ice hockey team picked up its first win of the season two days later over Yorktown. More...

Brewster Kicks Off Season in NYC

BREWSTER—The Brewster track team had its first event at The Armory in New York City on Saturday. The team looks strong this year, they are coming off a good cross country season and are looking to build on the success of recent years. More...

Carmel Boys Beat Children’s Village to Take Keio Tournament

CARMEL—The Carmel High boys basketball team put the wraps on the Keio tournament last week, tripping up Children’s Village, 48-45, Thursday in the weather-delayed championship game to win the tournament title. More...

Whitetail Buck Dressed up Like Santa’s Reindeer

THE PUtNAM SpORts MAN

Tuesday will mark the end of the 2009 gunning season for deer, with the the exception of the muzzle loading season, and the re-opening of archery season, with both of those seasons closing on Tuesday, December 22. More...

Christiano Ciatto Wins CT Open Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship

Christiano Ciatto, age 9, won 1st place at the Connecticut Open Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championships on Saturday, December 12, at the Danbury PAL Building. Christiano’s dad, Dr. More...

Gaels Hold Off Indians’ Frantic Comeback

Mahopac comes close, but fails to erase 14-point deficit in fourth quarter

SOMERS—A hustling Kennedy Catholic boys basketball team put the pressure on early, and applied it often Saturday night, holding off a never-say-die Mahopac squad and walking off the court with a sigh of relief after hanging on for a 62-57 victo More...

Brewster Pins Down Second Place at John Jay Tournament

BREWSTER—The Brewster High wrestling team turned in a strong showing at the John Jay wrestling tournament last weekend, placing second to Fox Lane. John Jay of East Fishkill took third. More...

Mahopac Wrestlers Roll to Second Place at Woodlands

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High wrestling team continued its strong start to the season on Saturday by finishing second out of eight schools at the Woodlands High School tournament in Hartsdale. More...

Rams Can’t Match Up Against Foxes

Carmel falls to Fox Lane; Rams take second at Greeley duals

CARMEL—The Carmel High wrestling team won both matches in the opening round of the Section 1 Dual Meet Tournament last Thursday, beating John Jay EF (45-33) and Tappan Zee (36-33). More...

Brewster Boys Lose Hold on Hen Hud

BREWSTER—The Brewster High boys basketball team wasted a golden opportunity against Hen Hud in the opening round of the Jack McGuire tournament, and it ended up costing Brewster the game, as the Sailors went on to post a 52-46 victory. More...

Mahopac Ice Hockey Team Plays Strong in Win over Ossining

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High ice hockey team continued its strong recent play by defeating Ossining on Saturday, 4-1, in a conference game at the Westchester Skating Academy in Elmsford, bringing its overall record to 4-2 with a 4-1 conference reco More...

Lady Indians’ Tough Start Continues with Loss to Arlington

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High girls basketball team’s rough start to the season continued last week in a 63-26, nonconference loss to the Arlington Admirals on Friday night. The loss dropped the Indians to 0-3 on the season. More...

Opener Has Rams Thinking Long Term

CARMEL—The Carmel track team opened their season on Sunday, day two, of the Armory's Section One Kick-Off. More...

Putnam Valley Falls to Lakeland

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley High bowling team took one on the chin from Lakeland last Thursday, losing 7-0 in a clean sweep. BOWLING “It was a tough match,” said PV coach Gerard Kerley. More...

Kent Youth Basketball Underway

The Kent Recreation and Parks Department’s Youth Basketball program starts this week and there is still room for boys and girls ages 5 thru high school. More...

A Time of Remembrance Planned for Saturday in Southeast

Brewster High School’s annual alumni hockey game takes place on Saturday and once again is being held in memory of Christopher Caiazzo who died tragically in an auto crash within a stone’s throw of the school campus on January 9, 2007. More...

Heavyweight Prospect Alex Vanasse Wins Again

Alex Vanasse of Carmel, scored a 2nd Round KO this Saturday at the NY v.s. CT championships held at the Danbury PAL Building. Alex is riding a five fight Knockout streak and has a good chance to win the New York City Golden Gloves this year. More...

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