May 13, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Bears Struggle in Losses at Morabito Tourney

BREWSTER—It was a week the Brewster High softball team would rather forget, as the Bears (4-7, 1-2) dropped a pair of league games to Yorktown, and went 1-3 in the Morabito tournament in Binghamton. More...

Brewster Edges Greeley, 12-11, on DaRos Goal with Four Seconds

Biondi scores a career-high 10 goals in win

BREWSTER—The Brewster High girls lacrosse team has not been playing its best lacrosse recently, according to coach Gerry Walsh, but the Bears had their moments last week. More...

Mahopac Girls Lose Three in a Row

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High girls lacrosse team endured a tough stretch last week, losing all three of its games to North Rockland, Lakeland/Panas and Suffern. Each of them were road games for the Indians. More...

Tigers Split with Ossining, Lose to Croton-Harmon

The Putnam Valley High baseball team split two games against Ossining and dropped one to Croton last week. The Tigers defeated Ossining Thursday on the road 10-6 one day after losing to the same team at home by a score of 4-2. More...

Carmel Takes Two Games Against Panas

CARMEL—The Carmel High softball team proved it is capable of winning games with or without a strong offensive performance. More...

Indians’ Win Streak Snapped At Six

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High baseball team was on the verge of winning two straight over Lakeland, before the Hornets rallied late to steal the second contest. More...

JFK Athletes Perform Well at Invitational

SOMERS—The John F. Kennedy Catholic High track and field team had a tri-meet with league opponents Dover and Pawling scheduled for last Tuesday, but it was canceled due to poor weather conditions. More...

Bears Perform Well at Loucks Meet

BREWSTER—The Brewster High track team took a small team out to the Glenn D. Loucks Games and came away feeling pretty good with how they performed in the highly competitive meet. More...

Brewster Baseball Team Stumbles in Losses

BREWSTER—The Brewster High baseball team has been in the midst of a slump this past week, and the Bears continued to search for answers after suffering through a pair of losses to Yorktown, a 5-4 loss to Pearl River, and a 16-1 whipping at the More...

A Per fect Game!

Mahopac's Kevin Kernan pitched a per fect game in a 6-0 wi n over Carmel on April 28. Kernan struck out 19 of a possible 21 batters. More...

’Pac Beats Arlington, Fall Short vs. Guilderland

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High boys lacrosse team opened its week with an easy win over Arlington, before taking a disappointing loss to Guilderland. More...

PV Comes from Four Down, Stuns Hen Hud

Tigers also rip Kennedy Gaels, 14-2

PUTNAM VALLEY—Anyone watching the Putnam Valley boys lacrosse team in the first quarter at Hen Hud Saturday would have figured the Sailors were on their way to an easy win, after building a 4-0 cushion at the end of one. More...

Rams Cont inue Run wi th Two Wins Over Panas, Improve to 12-1

CARMEL—The Carmel High baseball team continued to get contributions from up and down the lineup last week in handing Walter Panas a pair of League 2-B losses. More...

PV Splits Two League Games with Ossining

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley High School softball team split a set of games against Ossining last week. On Friday Put Valley won at Ossining, 14-3, but the Tigers lost Wednesday at home, 5-2. More...

’Pac Softball Team Picks Up Two over Lakeland

The Mahopac High softball team was able to pick up two big league victories by defeating Lakeland twice last week. More...

PV Ties Pleasantville, Loses to Ossining

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley high girls lacrosse team tied Pleasantville, 16-16, on Friday in a tough game. On Wednesday the Tigers lost a league game to Ossining, 19-10. More...

Gaels Defeat Blind Brook, Lose to North Salem

SOMERS—The John F. Kennedy Catholic High girls lacrosse team split the two games it played last week, losing to North Salem, 13-7, in a League 3 game last Friday after defeating Blind Brook, 15-5, last Wednesday. Both were home games. More...

The Putnam Sportsman

Looking Past the Bad Omens

If I was worried about a bad omen, on a Monday morning in May, I got one first thing as I took a cup of heated coffee out of the microwave. There out the back kitchen window, a movement caught my eye. More...

Gaels Beat Peekskill, Lose Two

SOMERS—After splitting a pair of blowouts, the Kennedy Catholic boys lacrosse team came up short in its bid for a come-from-behind win to close out the week. More...

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