February 11, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Carmel Makes It Three Straight over Brewster

Rams also lose to Lakeland; Bears top Mahopac

CARMEL—The Carmel High girls basketball team ripped Panas, 67- 37, Monday at Carmel High, and the Rams also topped Brewster, 54-52, last Wednesday to sweep the season series from the Bears. More...

Rams Rebound After Disappointing Loss

CARMEL—The Carmel High hockey team split a pair of conference games this week, losing to Mahopac on Friday, before bouncing back against Kennedy/ Putnam Valley on Sunday. The Rams are now 10-8 this season, 6-7 against league opponents. More...

Gaels Beat Haldane, North Salem, Dover

...but Coach Frank Kelly not pleased with ‘lousy’ defense

SOMERS—Joe Smith had 15 points and Matt Schoen added 14 to lead the Kennedy Catholic High boys basketball team to a 74-64 victory over Dover in a league game Monday at Dover. More...

THE PUTNAM SPORTSMAN

Winter Fish Tales in Putnam

I have yet to get out on the ice of winter anywhere so far this winter, but luckily I have friends that have. Thanks to them, I’ve had a chance to weigh and measure their fish and take a picture, or two of them holding up their catch. More...

Putnam Valley Boys Lose to Croton

PUTNAM VALLEY- The Putnam Valley boys basketball team traveled to Croton on Friday for a league game, they lost 42-29. All season the Putnam Valley boys have played tough league opponents. More...

’Pac Girls Lose to Brewster, Panas, Lakeland

The Mahopac High girls basketball team endured another tough week last week, losing to Brewster on the road 72-26 on Friday, Walter Panas 48-43 at home on Wednesday and at Lakeland 53-32 on Monday. More...

Kent Baseball and Softball Tryouts Scheduled

The Kent Parks and Recreation Department will hold registration for Boy’s Baseball and Girl’s Softball programs for the 2010 Spring- Summer season during the next few weeks. More...

Burning Desire Keeps Flamio Focused on the Big Prize

JUSTIS FLAMIO Senior, Mahopac High School

MAHOPAC—When it comes to wrestling— possibly the toughest high school sport there is—it’s all about one thing: how hard are you willing to work. More...

Area Wrestlers Excel at Divisionals

Twenty-nine grapplers from Mahopac, Brewster, and Carmel advance to sectional championships

It was sectional qualifying week for area high school wrestling programs, as dozens of teams competed at four different sites in divisionals last Saturday— all hoping to advance to this weekend’s Section 1 Championships. More...

Mahopac Skaters Defeat Carmel, Fall to Pawling

The Mahopac High hockey team split two tough games last week, losing 5-0 to Pawling at Pawling Trinity on Saturday after defeating Carmel 5-1 at the Brewster Ice Arena on Friday night. Both contests were Conference 1 games. More...

ROSE SELECTED SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE ATHLETE OF WEEK

Former Carmel High wrestling standout Mike Rose was named the Springfield College Athlete of the Week recently, after earning three wins over nationally ranked opponents at 125 pounds. Rose, ranked No. More...

Brewster Tops Carmel, Nips ’Pac in OT

Bears clinch league title with a 62-56 win over Indians

BREWSTER—The Brewster High boys basketball team earned a 62-56 overtime victory over Mahopac last Friday at Mahopac, two days after the Bears dropped Carmel, 51-39 at home. The two wins left Brewster at 13-4 overall, and 7-2 in League 1-B. More...

JFK/PV Split the Weekend

PUTNAM VALLEY—The John F. Kennedy Catholic/Putnam Valley high ice hockey team had two league games this past weekend. They lost to Carmel 3-0 on Sunday and beat Lakeland/Panas 6-4 on Friday, both games were held at Brewster Ice Arena. More...

Mahopac Falls to Brewster in OT

The Mahopac High boys’ basketball team capped off a rough week with a tough 62-54 League C loss to Brewster in overtime on Saturday at home. That loss was preceded by two losses earlier in the week. More...

PV Girls Basketball Forfeits Last Two Games

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley high girls basketball team had two games remaining on their schedule, Croton last Friday and Hen Hud this Tuesday. More...

Brewster Track Squad Travels Back to NYC

BREWSTER—The Brewster high track team brought a few of their distance runners to the Metropolitan Invitational at the NYC Armory last Wednesday to run the mile. More...

Harlem Magic-Masters to Square Off Against Mahopac Rotarians

“Stretch” Earle Bellows is a giant of a man standing six feet-seven inches yet the Mahopac Rotarian and Mahopac Board of Education trustee was dwarfed Monday by Curtis Johnson, the 7-foot 5-inch center for the Harlem Magic-Masters, who w More...

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