June 10, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Kennedy Catholic Train Keeps Rolling

Gaels rise from the ashes to win sectional title in extra innings, then top Marlboro in state tournament opener

SOMERS – It looked like the end of the line for the Kennedy Catholic High baseball team.   It was the bottom of the seventh inning in the Class B championship game, and the Gaels were down two runs to No. More...

Brewster Bears Golfers Enjoyed Solid Spring

Miller earns All-State honors again; Delzio, Fanelli, Bell named All-League

BREWSTER—After coaching the Brewster High golf team for the 40 years, coach Mike Mostransky is stepping away after yet another tremendous year. More...

The Putnam Sportsman

Remembering First Fishing Trips

As usual the Putnam County 4-H Fishing Clinic was another huge success! More...

It’s Yankee Season All Year Long for This Local Fan

On an afternoon that varies between sunny and cloudy, the sky is always blue in Jerry Purdy’s Yankee Stadium— because it’s painted that way. More...

Tigers Spoil Rye Party with Late Comeback

PV nets three goals in final 3:09 to win Class C championship

PUTNAM VALLEY – This was the moment the Putnam Valley High lacrosse team had been waiting for, and the Tigers weren’t going down without a fight.   Turns out, they didn’t go down at all.   More...


THE SPARKs currently play Division 1 girls U-15 in Westchester Youth Soccer League, and placed first in that bracket for the Fall 2009 season. More...

Lady Indians Consider 2010 Season a Successful One

Quarto, D’Ippolito, Lee, Hines take home honors

Despite their overall record, the 2010 season is one that the Mahopac High girls lacrosse team considers to be successful. More...

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‘No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn.’ ~Hal Borland