September 8, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Bears Looking Forward to New Field, New Start

Polverari looking for good things from returnees

BREWSTER—The Brewster High football team is coming off a 3-5 season where the team didn’t reach the playoffs. But fifth-year Head Coach Don Polverari believes the experienced players he has returning can make a difference this fall. More...

Rams Hope Proper Seasoning is Recipe for Success

Carmel returns entire starting lineup

CARMEL—In her first year as head coach, Andrea Caso led the Carmel High field hockey team to an 4-8-5 record before losing to in the opening round of the sectional playoffs, but with all 15 returning players, including all 11 starters, she has More...

New ‘Pac Squad Aims to Repeat Last Season’s Success

MAHOPAC—A year ago, the Mahopac High football relied on their strong senior class as they went 8-1 and advanced all the way to the sectional championship before being upended by New Rochelle. More...

Rams Look to Stay Healthy, Rebuild, Return to Playoffs

Cayea: ‘Senior leadership will be key to our season’

CARMEL—Last year’s edition of the Carmel Rams finished at 5-4 and out of the playoffs – an unlikely scenario for a team that had been part of the post-season dance for the prior five years straight, and a team that has a reputation More...

Brewster Girls Anxious, Ready to Improve on 5-9-4 Season

Bears return experience at forward, midfield; happy about turf transition

BREWSTER—Last year’s Brewster High field hockey team struggled with inconsistency, finishing the fall season with a 5-9-4 record, after losing in the first round of the sectional playoffs. More...

Mahopac Girls Hoping Offense Sparks Success

MAHOPAC—With nine starters back, coupled with a more aggressive game plan, the Mahopac High girls soccer team is hoping for more than last year’s 8-10 season that ended with a loss to North Rockland in the first round of the sectional pla More...

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“Now Autumn’s fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt.” -- William Allingham