October 10, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Volley for the Cure in Brewster History Tour & Nature Hike to Hawk Rock October 13th

BREWSTER – Brewster High School will host “Volley for the Cure” on Friday, Oct. 18, at 4 p.m. at the school gymnasium as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. More...

Carmel Homecoming Draws Large Crowds

Downtown Carmel was small-town America Saturday when hundreds of young people marched along the county seat’s main thoroughfare from the Carmel firehouse to Carmel High School during the school’s annual Homecoming Parade. More...

Football Previews

Bears, after 0-3 start, can even their record this week WHO: Lakeland (3-2) at Brewster (2-3) WHEN: Friday, Oct. 11 WHERE: Brewster High School TIME: 7 p.m. More...

One, Two, Three for the High School Football Teams

Carmel wins first game, Brewster wins second, Mahopac wins third and closes in on playoffs

For the first time this season, all three local high school football teams won on the same weekend. More...

Brewster X-C Shines In School’s 36th Classic

BREWSTER – Depending on your point of view, Brewster High School was either a great host for the 36th annual Brewster Bear Cross Country Classic on Saturday, or was quite inhospitable. Maybe a little of both. More...

Five Inducted into Carmel High School Hall of Fame

Five former athletes who starred on the playing fields and basketball court at Carmel High School were inducted into the CHS Hall of Fame Saturday. More...

The Week Ahead

THURS, OCTOBER 10BOYS SOCCERKetcham at Carmel, 4:30 John Jay-EF at Mahopac, 5:30 GIRLS SOCCERJohn Jay-CR at Mahopac, 4:00 FIELD HOCKEYKetcham at Carmel, 4:15 GIRLS SWIMMINGBrewster at John Jay-CR, 4:30 GIRLS TENNISBrewster at Carmel, 3:30 More...

Milian, Conlin Lift Mahopac Boys Over Carmel

MAHOPAC – Jared Milian and Ryan Conlin picked a great time to score their first goals of the season. More...

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"Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful." ~Norman Vincent Peale