January 21, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Brewster Boys Win League Title, Girls Finish Second

BREWSTER—The Brewster High indoor track team competed in the League 1-B championships last week. The boys finished first and edged out Lakeland/Panas by only 13 points, the girls finished second behind Lakeland/Panas. More...

Hot Rams Slowed by Hornets

CARMEL—Chris Fazio of Lakeland poured in 30 points, and out-rebounded Carmel all by himself, as the Hornets buzzed the Carmel High boys basketball team, 65-51, in a League 1-A game played last Thursday in Shrub Oak. More...

Kennedy Buries Haldane, North Salem, in Pair of Blowouts

SOMERS—The Kennedy Catholic High boys basketball team overpowered a pair of opponents last week, routing Haldane, 70-29, Thursday, after running away from North Salem, 77-45, two days earlier. The two wins left the Gaels at 5-3. More...

PV Performs Well Duals

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley wrestling team took part in the Middletown Duals on Friday and Saturday with eight other teams. Put Valley finished 3-4 in the two-day tournament. More...

Mahopac Defeats JFK/PV

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High ice hockey team defeated a strong John F. Kennedy/Putnam Valley team 5-1 last Friday night at the Brewster Sports Arena in a Conference 1 game to improve to 6-3-2 overall and 6-2-1 in the conference. More...

Chiropractors Find Mixed Martial Arts a Perfect Fit

Two Putnam chiropractors, Dr. Charles Marino and Dr. Paul Ciatto, spend their days reliving pain, pressure, and anxiety. More...

PV Boys Fall to Croton

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley boys basketball team lost a league game to Croton, 42-31, last Thursday. “They’re a good team,” said coach Ralph Smith. More...

Brewster Sinks Harrison, Keio

BREWSTER—After starting their season 0-3, the Brewster High boys swim team picked up its first two wins of the season last week. More...

Carmel Grapplers Come Up Big, Deny ‘Pac

CARMEL—The Carmel High wrestling team recorded a 41-35 win over crosstown rival Mahopac last Wednesday in a league match at Carmel High School. Carmel also picked up a 41-27 victory over Yorktown, and closed the week at 11-3. More...

Rams Fend Off Bears

Serpe delivers two goals, including winner

BREWSTER—The Brewster High hockey team outplayed the Carmel High hockey team in a Friday night game at the Brewster Ice Arena, but came up short thanks to Carmel's Marc Glaviano. More...

Carmel Girls Take Round Two from Brewster, Hand Hornets First Loss

CARMEL—Carmel girls basketball coach Dan O’Hare had this week circled on his calendar, knowing his Rams would be taking on three of the premier teams in the section in Brewster, Lakeland and Ossining. More...

Brewster Rolls Past Dover, Mahopac, Improve to 9-2

BREWSTER—Mike Blank had 16 points to lead the Brewster High boys basketball team to a 75-42 victory over Dover in a non-league game Friday at Brewster. More...

Lady Indians Drop Games to Panas, Brewster

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High girls basketball team played its best game of the season in a 42-21 home loss to Brewster last Wednesday that dropped its overall record to 0-10. More...

Mahopac Falls to Brewster, Panas

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High boys basketball team followed up a few great wins two weeks ago with two tough losses last week. The Indians lost to host Brewster 54- 45 last Thursday. They also lost at home to Walter Panas 63-51 two days before. More...

Rams Come Up Short In Two Meets

CARMEL—With their team split up at two separate events Saturday, the Carmel High track team looked to qualify runners for nationals while competing for the league championship. More...

Aggoub Wins in Decision

Sabeer Aggoub , 170lbs defeated Cody Povanchie by 3 round decision at the Saratoga Showdown in Saratoga NY on Saturday January 16th. Sabeer trains at John Carlo Boxing / USA Karate at the Patterson Recreation center. More...

Carmel Wrestlers Pick up Third Antoch Tournament Title

Six Rams earn weight-class title

JANUARY 11, 2007 CARMEL—The Carmel High wrestling team earned its third consecutive Chad Antoch Memorial Tournament title last weekend, beating out nine other teams for the title in the Rhode Island tourney, More...

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