April 1, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Veterans Return, Bears Softball Aims High

BREWSTER—A year ago the Brewster High softball team made it all the way to the sectional semifinals without a single senior on the team. More...

‘Pac Lacrosse Hopeful about Title Chances

MAHOPAC—After being bounced in the sectional semifinals in each of the last two years, the Mahopac High lacrosse team is hoping to break through that wall this season. More...

Indians Hope Small Ball Can Spark Turnaround

MAHOPAC—After a disappointing 6-14 season last year, this year's Mahopac High baseball team is hoping that pitching, along with a balanced lineup, will put them back in the playoff picture. More...

Four Brewster Seniors Sign Letters of Intent

Four of Brewster High School’s best, brightest, and most athletic have signed letters of intent to attend college and university next fall. More...

CORRECTION

In “Brewster Wrestling Improves in 2009-10,” (March 25) Kyle McAlpin was incorrectly identified as a senior. He is a sophomore. More...

Mahopac Track Team Looking for Team and Individual Success

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High track team, which went 3-2 in dual meets last year, is looking to be successful as a team this year but is also aiming for its members to achieve individual success as well. More...

Mahopac Looks to Veterans for Success

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High softball team, which went 10-11 and lost a sectional play-in game to John Jay-East Fishkill last season, has a very experienced team in 2010 that could be capable of doing some special things. More...

Carmel Wrestling Tournament a Success

Jose Arevalo, Stephen Irwin, Anthony Scarduzio, Volodymyr Panchishak More...

Kennedy Gaels Expect Big Things from New Players

SOMERS—The John F. Kennedy High School girls lacrosse team, which is coming off a 5-9 season last year with no playoff appearance, is looking toward some of its younger players to play a key role this year. More...

Police News

Bad Student A 17-year-old enrolled at the Lincoln Hall School finds himself in serious trouble with the law this week after allegedly attacking another student at the school with a metal combination lock. More...

Bears Hope to Ride Strong Pitching

BREWSTER—With most of the starting lineup from last year’s 14-8 team returning, Brewster baseball manager Ed Mulvihill believes the 2010 Bears have the pieces they need to enjoy success this spring. More...

PV Tigers Look to Replace Top Scorers

Plan on riding strong defense, competing for title again

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley High boys lacrosse team has made a habit of being one of the last two teams standing when the time comes to battle for the Section 1 Class C crown. More...

Gaels Look To Youth to Carry on Tradition

Most of last year’s Class B finalists have graduated

SOMERS—For the last two years, the John F. Kennedy Catholic High baseball team has been one of the top programs in the section. The Gaels won a state championship two years ago, and finished with a 27-3 record. More...

’Pac Lacrosse Younger, Still Expects Success

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High School girls lacrosse team will be very young this season, but coach Jim Lieto still believes that his team can be successful. More...

Rams Hope To Build On Last Season's Late Surge

CARMEL—Last season the Carmel High softball was able to overcome a 2-7 start to finish 9-8 before losing to Ursuline in the second round of the sectional playoffs. More...

Kennedy Spring Track Team Looks to Continue Recent Run of Success

SOMERS—The John F. Kennedy Catholic High School track and field team had a great season last year. More...

Put Valley Softball Tries to Find Ways to Deal with Inexperience

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley High softball team is coming off of a strong season. In order to have another season like that, the Tigers will rely on some newcomers, since their team was torn apart by graduation. More...

Carmel Looks to Continue Improving as a Team

CARMEL—The Carmel High track and field team has had many standout athletes over the past few years. More...

The Putnam Sportsman

Goodbye to March

I recall “Beware the Ides of March,”—a warning to Julius Caesar. Well, we don’t have to worry anymore. ¬March 2010 will be history on April 1, the day this column and the Putnam County Courier hit the mail and the newsstands. More...

Congratulat ions to the Mahopac Magic, AAU 15

The Mahopac Magic won the AAU 15year old basketball weekend tournament in Brewster Sports Center on Sunday. This is the same team that won the Niki Swoosh League last year. The boys are from Mahopac, Carmel, Brester, and North Salem. More...

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"I cannot endure to waste anything as precious as autumn sunshine by staying in the house. So I spend almost all the daylight hours in the open air." ~Nathaniel Hawthorne