November 3, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Mahopac Boys Get Past Carmel, Stopped by No. 1 Yorktown, 3-1

MAHOPAC—The No. 16 seed Mahopac High boys soccer team opened the sectional tournament with a 3-1 win over No. 17 Carmel in an out-bracket game last Thursday, only to earn a date with top-seeded Yorktown a day later. More...

Brewster Boys Take Northern County Championships Title

Maguire, McIe lead Bears; girls run strong, place second to Arlington

BREWSTER—The Brewster High boys cross country team turned in another impressive performance last week, winning the Northern County Championships title with 62 points, beating out second-place Arlington (93), and Pawling, which took third (93). More...

Rams Bounced From Playoffs By Admirals

CARMEL—When you’re looking to upset a team as talented as the Arlington High girls soccer team, you need to be at your best and get a little bit of luck. Unfortunately No. More...

Weather Wreaks Havoc with Schedules

PUTNAM—The snowstorm that hit the area last Saturday provided lots of problems for playoff and non-playoff games that were scheduled for Saturday afternoon and evening. More...

Indians Edged, 3-2, by New Rochelle in First Round of Playoffs

MAHOPAC—The Mahopac High volleyball team put up a good fight, but ultimately came up on the short end of a 3-2 decision against New Rochelle in the first round of the AA playoffs last Friday. Mahopac, the No. More...

Injuries Continue to Pile Up in ‘Pac’s 27-19 Loss to Mt. Vernon

MAHOPAC—The wins might not be there as of late, but there’s no questioning the competitive nature of the Mahopac High football team. More...

Bears Lose in Overtime Heartbreaker to Pelham

BREWSTER—While several games last Saturday were moved from late afternoon to early afternoon – in anticipation of an untimely snowstorm – Pelham and Brewster moved their scheduled 1:30 p.m. start time up to 11 a.m. More...

Gentile’s Four Touchdowns Power Putnam Valley, 43-14

PUTNAM VALLEY—A month ago the Putnam Valley High football team struggled to get anything going on the ground in its 7-6 win over Ardsley High, but with Antonio Martinez back at his fullback position in Saturday’s rematch, the Tigers had n 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