November 11, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

’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...

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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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...

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...

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...

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...

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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