November 11, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Mahopac Boys Top RCK in Quarters, Fall to Scarsdale in Semi

Mahopac’s James Schiera had two goals in a playoff win over RCK last week. More...

Mahopac Girls Defeat White Plains, Lose to North Rockland in Playoffs

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Kennedy VB Ousted By Hen Hud In Sectional Semis

SOMERS — With the playoffs in full swing, sometimes you’re going to run into a team that is just flat out better than you, and unfortunately for the Kennedy Catholic volleyball team, that is exactly what happened. More...

Pirates 12-year-olds win WPBA Fal l Ti t le

PATTERSON — The Patterson Pirates won the WPBA 12+ Championship Game on Saturday, Oct. 30th vs. Larchmont/ Mamaroneck, 6 to 3. The Patterson Pirates ended up in 1st place as the #1 seed and L/M was 2nd place as the #2 seed. More...

’Pac Train Derailed by New Rochelle in 23-7 Loss

Huguenots pull away to claim fifth consecutive sectional title

Mahopac’s Ryan Hill (32) puts a hit on New Rochelle’s Anthony Caldararo. in every game to make plays for us.” More...

Brewster Boys Win Second Straight Section 1 Championship

Maguire takes first to lead boys; Bottalico wins individual title as Bears girls place fourth

BREWSTER – Last Friday was a banner day for the Brewster High cross country program, as the Bears boys edged out Somers to win their second consecutive Section 1 Class A championship at the NYS Qualifier Meet at Lakeside Park in Pawling. More...

Carmel Tops Ossining Behind 101 Yards, TD from Blank

Rams close 2010 season at 5-4

Carmel ’ s James Blank ran for 101 yards and a TD in a win over Ossining. More...

Putnam Valley Can’t Get Past Lakeland in Semis

PUTNAM VALLEY — The Putnam Valley high field hockey team had two playoff games last week, the Tigers came into the playoffs playing well and even earned a first round bye. More...

Carmel VB Team Falls to Scarsdale in Quarterfinals

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Carmel Cubs 18U Team Wins MYEB Fall Title

CARMEL — The Carmel Cubs 18U baseball team recently won the NYEB (New York Elite Baseball) Fall Varsity League. Carmel Cubs ended up in first place as the #1 seed with a record of 8-2. The big hits came from Nick Palmiero and Ryan Anders. More...

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