June 6, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

250 Cyclists Ride for Ty Campbell Foundation

The roar of motorcycles permeated the Putnam countryside Saturday when 250 motorcyclists participated in a 35 mile trek to raise money and awareness in support of childhood cancer research. More...

Meadow Creek Farm at Tilly Foster Offers Summer Horsemanship Lessons

Meadow Creek Farm caters to all levels of aspiring riders with its Hunt Seat Equitation horsemanship academy. From beginners to seasoned riders Meadow Creek Farm has something for everyone, most importantly FUN. More...

Shelter Will Be Westerners’ Guest of Honor

The New Fairfield/Sherman Animal Welfare Society will be the guest of honor of the Danbury Westerners baseball team at the team’s game on June 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Rogers Park in Danbury. More...

Coates Resigns as Carmel Boys’ Basketball Coach

CARMEL -- Carmel High School boys’ basketball coach George Coates resigned last week after five years at the helm of the Rams. The news was first reported by the Putnam County Courier on May 31. More...

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It Took Two Days, But Carmel Is The Section 1 Softball Champion

UPDATED: Carmel softball falls in state quarterfinals

BINGHAMTON -- As the sun rose and set on Wednesday, the Carmel High School softball team experienced the highs and lows of victory and defeat. More...

Carmel Baseball Final Record Not Indicative of Good Play

CARMEL – The record doesn’t say it. So Bob Shilling says it. “This was one of my most enjoyable seasons,” the longtime Carmel High School baseball coach said, “in large part because we had great seniors.” More...

Brewster High School Track Closed for Renovations

The Brewster High School track is normally a hub of activity with walkers and runners frequenting the footpath seven days a week. The track was closed last week for long awaited renovations—a process that will take until early July to complete. More...

Exciting Weekend for Kent Rec Baseball

Highlighted by a trio of wins for the Royals of the Junior Division, this past weekend proved to be one of the most exciting of the 2013 baseball season for Kent Recreation. More...

Brewster Softball Beats Nyack, Falls to Pearl River in Quarterfinals

PEARL RIVER -- The Brewster High School softball team’s season came to a heart-breaking end last week as the Bears lost to Pearl River, 2-0, after having advanced to the Section One, Class A quarterfinal game with a 1-0 win over Nyack. More...

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