August 16, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Olympics Games Make Impact on Local Coaches, Kids

Striving for success a motivator

The 2012 Summer Olympics might have ended on Sunday in London, but the memories will certainly live on for many – including some area coaches who watched with great interest. More...

New Coach Mulvihill Looking to Make Imprint on Bears’ Program

BREWSTER – This is how the last seven years have gone for the Brewster High School varsity football program. 2011: 3-5 2010: 3-5 2009: 2-6 2008: 5-4 2007: 3-6 2006: 3-6 2005: 3-6 More...

BREWSTER BEARS Schedule

Last Year’s Record: 3-5 Returning Starters, Offense: 8 Returning Starters, Defense: 7 Coach: Ed Mulvihill (1st year) Schedule Friday, Sept. 7, vs. Horace Greeley, 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, vs. Nyack, 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. More...

Brewster Football Gunning for Respect This Year

The Brewster High School football team is sporting some new clothing this year. No, it’s not one of those dramatic alternate uniform things. It’s not a change in school colors. More...

5 QUESTIONS WITH …

Brewster High School football player Chris Leggio

You wear No. 11, which is an odd number for a running back and linebacker. Why? “My dad. My father is my idol. He played at North Rockland High School and wore No. 11, so that’s why I wanted to wear it.” More...

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