August 9, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Mahopac’s Hynes Helps Lead Hudson Valley to Hoops Title

New York’s famous amateur athletic event, the Empire State Games, was canceled in 2010 after 30 years of glorious competition. More...

Big (Soccer) Shoes to Fill Gulmi steps down as East Hudson league president

The East Hudson Youth Soccer League, based in Mahopac, started in 1976 with 300 players. More...

Carmel HS Football Team Preps for 2012 Campaign

As Carmel High School football coach Todd Cayea surveyed his team this summer – through the rigors of weightlifting, the school’s own camp, and participation in the recently concluded Champions Camp at New Rochelle, the last big prep befo More...

And a Freshman Might Lead Them

Carmel first-year student Joe Rodriguez in the running to be QB

Former legendary Marquette University basketball coach turned television broadcaster Al McGuire used to have a saying about freshmen. “The best thing about freshmen,” McGuire once said, “is that they become sophomores.” More...

All Eyes on Youth Baseball Playoff

NORTH SALEM – The 16-and-under youth baseball playoffs began on Monday, Aug. 6, with all eight teams having one goal in mind: to play in the Westchester-Putnam Baseball Association’s Championship game this coming Saturday. More...

Players Adjust to New Coach at Brewster FB

Every high school football team undergoes some sort of change from year to year. Players graduate, new stars emerge, schemes change. At Brewster High School, the players will be getting adjusted to something altogether new. A new coach. More...

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