March 1, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Carmel Can’t Overcome Strong Finish by South

CARMEL—The Carmel High boys basketball team led by seven points at halftime, and held a 10-point advantage in the third quarter of last Tuesday’s Class AA quarterfinal at Clarkstown South, but the No. More...

Mahopac Hockey Can’t Get Past Mamaroneck

MAHOPAC—For the second time in 10 days, the Mahopac High hockey team traveled to Hommocks to take on Mamaroneck High, and for the second time the Indians came up short. More...

Scoring Decision Proves Costly for ’Pac’s Spinelli

MAHOPAC—After a dominant season, Mahopac High’s Mike Spinelli (43- 5) entered this past weekend’s New York state Division I wrestling tournament as the No. 3 seed at 195 pounds. More...

Indians Rise From (nearly) Dead to Stun Admirals in Double OT Thriller

Mahopac erases 18-point deficit, advances to County Center for second straight year

MAHOPAC—There have been some loud and wild games in the Mahopac High gymnasium over the last few years, but nothing like what occurred last Tuesday night. More...

Rams Get Running Game Going, Upset No. 2 Admirals

Win leaves Carmel one win from AA final

CARMEL—The Carmel High girls basketball team carried a relaxed attitude into last Wednesday’s Class AA quarterfinal at second-seeded Arlington, and the mindset worked to the Rams’ advantage, as No. More...

Bears’ Fourth-Quarter Run Comes Up Short in Playoff Loss to Red Devils

BREWSTER—The Brewster High boys basketball team faced a daunting task last Tuesday, but in the end it was one of the most storied programs in Section 1 – Peekskill – that managed to move on to this week’s semifinals at the Wes More...

Triple OT Escape Costs Brewster’s Parise at State

BREWSTER—Brewster senior 106-pounder Mike Parise was on his way to a shot at a medal, when a onepoint decision in a triple overtime bout ended up costing him dearly in last weekend’s NYS wrestling championships in Albany. More...

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