April 29, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Valley Laxmen Push Yorktown to Brink

Unpredictable Tigers also lose to Fox Lane in OT and drop 11-6 decision to Rebels

PUTNAM VALLEY—Every team has at least two personalities, and every coach knows that it’s part of the job – and not one of the easier parts - to bring the right one into game situations. More...

Bears Waste Seven Goal Run in Loss

Biondi scores 100th career goal—as a freshman

BREWSTER—The Brewster High girls lacrosse team was right on the brink of upsetting one of the top teams in the state Saturday, but in the end had to settle for a ‘moral victory,’ as Hauppauge (LI) escaped with an 11-10 win over the More...

Seniors Lead Carmel in 4-1 Win over Yorktown

CARMEL—The Carmel High softball team got yet another strong pitching performance, and some timely hitting to open league play with a 4-1 win over visiting Yorktown on Thursday. More...

Put Valley Girls Lax Squad Takes Two Tough Losses

PUTNAM VALLEY—Some coaches would be disappointed with a 2-5 record, which is the record currently owned by Putnam Valley. Three of those losses came from strong schools like Brewster, Mahopac and Fox Lane. More...

Offense Powers Indians to Three Straight Wins

MAHOPAC—After struggling to score runs earlier in the season the Mahopac High baseball team got their offense going, scoring 24 runs to go 3-0 last week. More...

Gaels Track Competes in Relays

SOMERS—The John F. Kennedy track and field team squad split up Saturday to compete in two different meets. The boys headed over to Mamaroneck and the girls to Croton, both sides performed well and got some performances to be proud of. More...

PV Girls Trip up Peekskill in First League Game of Season

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley high softball team welcomed Peekskill to their diamond for its first league game of the season. The Tigers walked away with a 8-0, one-hit, shutout win. More...

The Putnam Sportsman

May Approaches with Much in Store

They came late, but April shower’s have set the stage for May’s flowers. More...

Lady Gael s Defeat Yonkers , Blind Brook, Lose to Hen Hud

The Kennedy High School girls lacrosse team picked up its first two wins of the season, defeating Yonkers at home, 14-9, last Friday and Blind Brook, 16-3, on the road the day before. More...

’Pac Falls to Yorktown, Beats Northport

MAHOPAC—After a week off the Mahopac High lacrosse team split their two games last week. After losing 14-7 to league opponent Yorktown on Thursday, the Indians rebounded with a 13-10 road win over Long Island's Northport High on Saturday. More...

BHS Student Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

The number has risen to six, and still counting! In March four of Brewster High School’s best, brightest, and most athletic signed letters of intent to attend college and university next fall. More...

McNamara, Brewster Surprise Lakeland

Brewster also pounds Putnam Valley

BREWSTER—The Brewster High baseball team got a strong effort from starter Brian McNamara last Friday, and the Bears walked away with a 4-3 victory over one of the best teams in the section – Lakeland, in a League 1-B game played at Brewst More...

Rams on Hot Streak

Carmel cranks five homers vs. Lancers, led by Anderson’s two dingers, seven RBI

CARMEL—The Carmel High baseball team continued it’s impressive liftoff last week, improving to 7-1 after beating Yorktown, 5-2, Thursday, and rolling over Lincoln, 18-4 one day earlier at home. More...

Meyer’s Six Goals Lead Brewster Laxmen to Win

BREWSTER—Tim Meyer scored six goals and added an assist to lead the Brewster High lacrosse team to a 14-4 victory over Ossining in a game played last Tuesday at Brewster. More...

Kennedy Girls Take a Pair from Poughkeepsie

SOMERS—The John F. Kennedy Catholic High softball team went to Poughkeepsie on Friday and handed out a 24-1 shellacking, and on Wednesday the Gaels topped the same Pioneers at home, 15-0. More...

Gaels Take Both Ends of Home-and-Home Set

Kennedy piles up 33 runs on 26 hits in wins

SOMERS—The Kennedy Catholic High baseball team pounded Poughkeepsie twice last week in a pair of League 2-B games, rolling the Pioneers 11-3 Friday on the road, after clubbing them 21-0 two days earlier at home. More...

PV Track Team Competes at Tiger Relays, Loses to Ossining

The Putnam Valley High School boys and girls track teams participated in Kingston High School’s Tiger Relays on Saturday, with the boys finishing in 20th place and the girls coming in 11th. More...

’Pac Softball Team Defeats Panas

The Mahopac High School softball team improved its record to 5-3 overall and 1-0 in League 1-B by defeating Walter Panas, 2-1, at home last Friday. More...

Put Valley Defeats Peekskill, Loses Two

The Putnam Valley High School baseball team defeated Peekskill on Friday at home, 7-1, in its first League 1-D game of the season, after losing on the road to Brewster, 11-2, last Wednesday and to host Beacon, 7-3, last Monday. More...

Mahopac Girls Lacrosse Team Loses Two

The Mahopac High girls lacrosse team lost both its games last week, losing 17-4 to Lakeland/Panas last Wednesday at home, after bowing to Yorktown at home, 18-10, last Monday. More...

Mahopac Sports Association News

We held our Opening Day Baseball and Softball event on Saturday, April 24, 2010. Hundreds of boys and girls attended the event ranging in age from 5-18 years old. The day kicked off with T-Ball games at 9am. More...

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