May 31, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Bears Grab First Win Over ‘Town, But Fall to Foxes in OT, 11-9

BREWSTER—This is where the Brewster High girls lacrosse team wanted to be – in the sectional championship game, for the first time ever. More...

‘Pac Comes Out on Fire, Takes Down Top Seed Rebels, 8-6 Indians set to defend Class A title

MAHOPAC—After struggling down the stretch of what was a tough regularseason schedule, the Mahopac High boys lacrosse team came out of the gate on fire in last Thursday’s Section 1 Class A semifinal, putting top-seeded Lakeland/ Panas in a More...

Carmel Softball Team Blanks Clarkstown North in First Round

CARMEL—The Carmel High softball team topped Clarkstown North, 2-0, in the first round of the Class AA playoffs last Wednesday in a game played at Carmel High School. More...

Brewster Boys Fall in Playoff Battle vs. Rye, 8-6

BREWSTER—Anthony Alfonzetti’s goal with 7:42 left in the fourth quarter gave the Brewster High boys lacrosse team a 6-5 lead over Rye last Tuesday, but the Garnets came back to end the Bears’ season, 8-6, in a Class B quarterfinal g More...

Rams Stay Hot with Upset of Defending Baseball Champ RCK

Carmel just one win from AA final

CARMEL—The Carmel High baseball team came into the Class AA tournament on a roll, and the Rams have continued their hot play in the first two rounds of the playoffs – beating No. More...

Bears Come Close, but Can’t Stop Lakeland, 8-7

BREWSTER—The Brewster High baseball team came up on the short end of an 8-7 decision against No. 10 Lakeland in a Class B out-bracket game last Wednesday at Lakeland High School. More...

Mahopac Baseball Team Runs into Suffern Ace, Falls in First Round

Kulbaba eliminates ‘Pac with one-hit shutout

MAHOPAC—It was the matchup every coach in Class AA hoped to avoid. In baseball, pitching is the name of the game, and Suffern, the No. 7 seed in Class AA, has one of the best in the section in Dom Kulbaba. More...

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