July 28, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Pirates Continue Onslaught, Pound Brewster, 11-1

BREWSTER – The Patterson Pirates 10U District 33 team picked up an 11-2 win over Brewster last Sunday, earning their third consecutive victory by mercy rule. More...

Kent White Sox 10s Win Two of Three

KENT- With two more wins - along with a tough loss to a top team - the 10U Kent White Sox continued to show that not only are they a better team than they were last year, but that they are a serious contender in the WPBA. More...

Pirates Take Three, Drop One

PATTERSON – The Patterson Pirates 12U baseball team won three of four games last week, beating Mt. Kisco, Armonk and Lewisboro. The team’s only loss was an 8-3 setback at Larchmont/ Mamaroneck on Saturday. The Pirates ripped Mt. More...

Bikers Benefit the Special Olympics

Dozens of motorcyclists took to the roads Sunday to benefit Special Olympics. More...

Bats Propel Carmel Cubs To Four Straight Wins

CARMEL- Over the last week, the 16U Carmel Cubs of the WPBA, outscored opponents 47-15 and improved to 9-8 with four straight wins. More...

Putnam Athletics Split Two Double-Headers

PUTNAM – The Putnam Athletics of the Collegiate Baseball League of New York have struggled through most of the 2011 season, and currently own a 7-19 record, but the team has had its bright spots. More...

Patterson Williamsport Team Falls in Championship Tournament

PATTERSON – The Patterson 12U Williamsport baseball team was hoping to take another step forward last week, but instead, Patterson lost its first two games at the NYS Section 4 Championship Tournament at West Nyack, and was eliminated from the More...

Sox 12-year-olds Fall to Cyclones in Caba Wood Bat Tourney Semifinal

KENT – The Kent White Sox 12U baseball team split its first two games in the Caba Wood Bat Tournament in New Windsor last weekend, earning a spot in the semifinals, where the Sox lost to the Tri-State Cyclones, 5-1. More...

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