Category Archives: Sports

Broncos win states

By MIKE SMITH The Bronxville Broncos have won Section I in each of the past four years, but Sunday marked the first time in program history the Broncos were able to climb to the top of the Class C summit and claim a state title. It wasn’t easy, though, as Bronxville trailed defending champ Cazenovia […]

Harrison wins award

For the second straight year, the achievements of Harrison High School’s student-athletes–both on the field and in the classroom–resulted in Harrison being given the Scholar-Athlete School of Distinction Award from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. The award signifies each one of Harrison’s varsity teams made the scholar-athlete list with a cumulative […]

Panthers nab Class B crown

By MIKE SMITH With just one out to go in the Class B Championship game on May 31, Rye Neck catcher Tom Pipolo called time and trotted out to the mound to speak with Panther hurler Ryan Aquino. But this late-game mound meeting wasn’t about how to pitch to the final North Salem hitter of […]

Garnets take Class A

By MIKE SMITH On May 31, the Rye Garnets won their first section title in 30 years with a thrilling 6-5 win over Lakeland at Provident Bank Park. For the Garnets, who won just six games in 2013, the victory was not only a measure of how talented the ball club is, but also how […]

Tigers fall in finals

By MIKE SMITH Any loss in a title game is a hard one to take, but Haldane’s 7-3 win over Tuckahoe on May 31 was an especially tough pill to swallow for Tiger fans, as a lack of offensive production coupled with some questionable officiating combined to end a promising season on a sour note. […]

Tigers fall short on prom night

By MIKE SMITH When the Tuckahoe-Bronxville softball team escaped with an 8-7 win over Yonkers-Monetssori on May 27, it was a bittersweet moment for Tiger coach John McGrath. His team had just pulled off a first-round playoff win, but the skipper knew his squad’s season was effectively over at that point. With a semifinal-round mat-chup […]

Local dojo pitches in

By VIDAL SERFATY On Saturday May 31, young martial artists from the area flocked to Rhodes’ Kajukenbo in New Rochelle as the dojo held its annual fundraiser for the St. Jude Children’s Fund. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sifu Dusty Rhodes’ students and other children participated in a wide variety of activities to raise […]

Rye Neck falls in finals

On May 31, Rye Neck’s stellar softball season came to a close at North Rockland High School as the top-seeded Panthers fell to a powerful Valhalla squad 8-0 in the Class C championship game. The Panthers fell behind in the second inning when Valhalla plated its first run of the day, but Rye Neck suffered […]

Tigers top Mahopac

By MIKE SMITH   Although the rain has wreaked havoc upon the Section I playoff schedule this spring, it hasn’t yet washed out Mamaroneck’s hopes for a Class AA crown. With a win over Mahopac in the first round on May 23, the Tigers will continue their playoff push this week when the weather allows. […]

Harrison nipped by Dutchmen

By MIKE SMITH This year may not have been Harrison’s best baseball season, but a big out-bracket win against Pelham ensured Huskies players–and fans–have plenty to look forward to next year. With a 5-16 record, Harrison entered its May 21 out-bracket game against Pelham as decided underdogs. But, nine innings later, Harrison emerged victorious with […]