April 15, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Rams Rough Up Horace Greeley

Anderson wins for third time – and has five RBI

CARMEL—Sooner or later, the Carmel High baseball team is going to have to throw someone other than Ian Anderson out there, but for now Anderson has been The Man on the mound for the Rams – winning all three of Carmel’s games so far More...

PV Gets First Win Against Lakeland

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley high softball team (1-2) has been having some trouble hitting the ball early in the season. More...

’Pac Lacrosse Rebounds with Two Straight Wins

MAHOPAC—After dropping their first two games of the season, the Mahopac High boys lacrosse team picked up two non-league wins. More...

Brewster Bears Fall to Ossining, 8-3, Tie Hen Hud

BREWSTER—Adriel Barnes and Mike Blank both homered, but the Bears still fell short, as the Brewster High baseball team dropped an 8-3 decision to Ossining in a non-league game played last Friday at Ossining. More...

Tigers Roll to 8-3 Victory over Bronxville in Season Opener

PUTNAM VALLEY—Ryan Fitzgerald had a hat-trick, and freshman Johnny van de Veerdonk dropped in a pair of goals, to lead the Putnam Valley boys lacrosse team to an 8-3 victory over Bronxville in a game played Saturday at Bronxville. More...

Mahopac Softball Picks Up Win, Loss

The Mahopac High softball team captured its second win of the season by defeating Ossining 16-2 on Friday, which followed a 4-2 loss to Roy C. Ketcham at home last Wednesday. Both were non-league games for the Indians. More...

Putnam Valley Girls Beat Arlington, 13-11

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley high girls lacrosse team managed to get a 5-4 lead at halftime despite a slow start Monday, and in the second half picked it up and squeaked by Arlington to earn a 13-11 win in front of the home crowd. More...

Brewster Track Finds Early Success

BREWSTER—Despite the season still being young, the Brewster High track team is wasting no time in picking up top finishes. The Bears competed in two events this past week and took home seven top-three finishes. More...

’Pac Gets Off to Good Start with Win

The Mahopac High track team opened its season on a good note, defeating Yorktown 80-79 last Thursday on the road. Coach Vin Collins was happy with how his team performed in the opener. "It was a good start," Collins said. More...

Brewster Laxmen Edge Greeley on Dingee Goal

Bears also rip Foxes behind balanced scoring effort

BREWSTER—Eight Brewster players reached the scoring column last Thursday, as the Brewster High lacrosse team rolled over Fox Lane, 9-2 in a game played at Brewster High. More...

Brewster Girls Find Early Going Rough

Bears hit hard by graduation, but team expects to improve quickly

BREWSTER—Lindsay Biondi scored seven goals and Megan Yarusso added two goals and two assists, but it wasn’t enough, as the Brewster High girls lacrosse team fell to Fox Lane by a 17- 10 count Saturday in a game played in Bedford. More...

Indians Top Ketcham in Thriller, Fall to John Jay

Mattos drives in game-winner in seventh vs. Ketcham

MAHOPAC—The two games played last week by the Mahopac High baseball team could not have been any more different. The Indians (1-2) followed Wednesday's dramatic walk-off win against Roy C. More...

Gaels Softball Gets First Win of Season

Hogan homered twice and scored four

SOMERS—After an ugly loss to Mahopac, the John F. Kennedy Catholic high softball team (1-2) squandered its only chance to bounce back before the league schedule started by losing to Lakeland at home on Friday. More...

Sloppy Play Costs Rams Two Games

CARMEL—In two games Carmel High senior Monica Schult has pitched 15 innings and allowed just four runs, but unfortunately for her and the rest of the Rams softball team, they lost both times. More...

Hornets Ride Eight-Run Second to Victory over Gaels

SOMERS—The Lakeland High baseball team appears to be loaded this spring, and Kennedy Catholic found out first hand last week just how strong the Hornets are in a 15-7 loss last Friday at Kennedy. More...

Putnam Valley Boys and Girls Track Teams Lose to Hen Hud

The Putnam Valley girls and boys track teams were both defeated by Hendrick Hudson on the road to open their season. The boys lost by a score of 112-38 while the girls were defeated 119-27. Despite the scores, coach P.J. More...

The Putnam Sportsman

Keep Putnam Beautiful

It was the DEP’s “Amy Flavin Day” celebrated with the Oasis Sportsman Club boys (cleaning up litter from the Courthouse in the Hamlet, out to Belden Road and the West Branch causeway.) Wayne Ryder told me, at an event at Carmel Hig More...

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