November 24, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Mahopac Girls Soccer Team Got a Taste of Success in 2010

Vellek, Vassallo, Hynes, Perruzza take post-season honors

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High girls soccer team had a season that it hopes to build on next year - after making it to the sectional playoffs, the Indians lost to North Rockland in the first round, after a thrilling, 3-2 victory over White Plains in More...

PV Battled Through Tough Fall Season

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley high girls volleyball team had another long season, and there were some glimpses of hope and potential - but also more disappointing losses. More...

Opening Day for Southern Zone Deer Hunting

The Greene Outdoors

As many of you know this past Saturday was the opening day of the Southern Zone Regular Deer Season. I was actually able to make it out to the woods for the day most of us sporrtsmen wait for all year. More...

Putnam Valley Girls Enjoyed Solid Season

Wharton, Tatnell, McCrudden, Minnich, Rao bring home honors

PUTNAM VALLEY—Last season the Putnam Valley High field hockey squad went to the section finals and lost in OT, and this season the Tigers wanted to get back to that game and win it. More...

Despi te Record Mahopac Girl s Tennis Team Had Successful Season

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High girls tennis team went 3-10 this season, but first-year coach Mark Warm believes the season was a successful one nonetheless. More...

Rams Volleyball Enjoyed One of Best Seasons in Recent Years  Free Access 

Rollo named All-Section; Wade, Cirillo All-League

CARMEL—Rams volleyball coach Amy Carinci didn’t know exactly what to expect from her squad heading into the fall season. She was just hoping it would be a good season. More...

Kennedy Struggled with Inconsistency

Gitta named All-Section; Kazinduka, Furman, Girolamo, Angelilli earn honors

SOMERS—Even in preseason scrimmages, the Kennedy Catholic football team struggled with consistency, a trend that continued throughout a 2-6 season that included a loss to top-seeded Pelham High in the opening round of the sectional playoffs. More...

Gaels Finish by Making History

SOMERS—From the very beginning of the season, the Kennedy Catholic volleyball team was doing things no team had done in school history. More...

Young Carmel Boys Team Made Progress, Holds High Hopes for 2011

D’Arco named All-Section, Doyle earns All-League honors

CARMEL—With a predominantly young roster, the Carmel High boys soccer team showed improvement and gained valuable experience during an inconsistent 2010 fall season. More...

Football, Thanksgiving, and the Family

Although baseball will always remain the national pastime, football now commands the attention of Americans. It transcends the playing field, with people in most pockets of the country structuring their weekend schedules around kickoff times. More...

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“What is written is written and the finger of time having writ moves on.” ~The Cold Spring Recorder, Dec. 10, 1937