October 24, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Mahopac Football Knocks off Carmel in Regular-Season Finale

Brewster Falls to Somers

MAHOPAC – The playoffs had been decided. More...

All 5 Putnam County High Schools to Play in Non-Playoff Football Games

With the high school football regular season over, and four of the five Putnam County high schools having failed to make the playoffs, the non-playoff high school football bowl games in Section One have been set, with virtually every local team drawi More...

Brewster Volleyball Nets Impressive Goal with ‘Volley for a Cure’

The Brewster High School volleyball program is doing its part to find a cure. Last Friday, the varsity and junior varsity teams raised more $500 at their 4th annual Volley for a Cure event. More...

Schevelchinsky’s Hat Trick Lifts Carmel Boys Soccer to .500 Mark

Not all the soccer teams heading into postseason play on a good note are from Mahopac. More...

Carmel Boys’ Soccer Team Wears Pink

Cancer Awareness Month has resulted in many teams on the professional and collegiate levels donning pink. Pink helmets, shoes and uniform sashes have been observed on football players around the country during the past few weeks. More...

Mahopac Girls’ Soccer Rings Up Three Shutouts on Way to Playoffs

You talk about a nice little hot streak heading into the postseason. The Mahopac High School girls’ soccer team is on one. More...

Mahopac Boys’ Soccer Closes Strong, Ready for Sectionals

MAHOPAC – It was going to a different year for the Mahopac High School boys soccer program. Everybody knew that. Superstar striker Joseph Iraola was gone, off to American University to play college soccer. More...

Carmel Schools Want Community Input

New York City’s late Mayor Ed Koch was always remembered for his phrase: “How am I doing?” Well, the Carmel School District will be asking the public: “How are we doing?” at its annual Community Open Forum planned for ne More...

Carmel’s Caso Helps Vassar Field Hockey to Tourney Berth

The Vassar College field hockey team clinched its first-ever spot in the Liberty League Tournament with a 2-0 win over Union College on Friday, helped in large part by its East Coast Athletic Conference Division III Mid-Atlantic Offensive Player of t More...

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