April 18, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

High School Roundup

Brewster Boys, Girls Sweep Mahopac in Track Meet

BREWSTER – T.J. Augugliaro, Brian Gomez, Brent DiVittorio and Tony Gill all won two individual events, and the Brewster High School boys’ track and field team dominated Mahopac, 112-32, in a league meet on Monday. More...

The Week Ahead for Brewster, Carmel and Mahopac High School Sports

THURSDAY, APRIL 18BASEBALLBrewster at Poughkeepsie, 5 p.m.Walter Panas at Carmel, 4:30 pm. BOYS’ LACROSSEMahopac at Brewster, 4:30 p.m.Carmel at Wappingers, 4:30 p.m. BOYS’ TENNISBrewster at Beacon, 4:15 p.m.Somers at Carmel, 4:15 p.m. More...

Mahopac Girls’ LAX Beats Somers, Falls to Yorktown

MAHOPAC – Carly Weiss and Sam Karner combined for 11 goals, and the Mahopac High School girls’ lacrosse team beat Somers, 17-13, earning a split of the team’s two games last week. The Indians also lost to Yorktown, 15-6. More...

Pataki Updates Lawmakers on May 5 Cycling Classic

New York State’s former First Lady and current Putnam Director of Tourism Libby Pataki has forecast great weather for the county’s international Cycling Classic. Even if it rains, she’s upbeat. More...

Carmel Baseball Splits Two More One-Run Games

CARMEL – Carmel High School baseball coach Bob Shilling readily admits that this year’s team doesn’t have that big bopper in the middle of the order that past teams have had. But that’s OK. More...

Shane McNerney Heading to Free Throw Finals

Who is Putnam County’s best freethrow shooter? Don’t look at the local high schools. Don’t look at any college players. Don’t even look at any of the adults playing in pickup games or open gyms. Look for Shane McNerney. More...

Allison McCarthy is Crowned Connecticut Gymnastics Champ

Allison McCarthy may be only 14 years old but the Brewster High School freshman is already a champion. More...

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