Category Archives: Sports

Garnets bounced from playoffs

After playing their way into the Class B semifinals, the Garnets season came to an end on May 20 when they fell to a powerful Yorktown team 14-5 on the Huskers home turf. The Huskers were able to spread the scoring around, as Sydney Stern led her squad with three goals and an assist. Stern’s […]

Rye celebrates damp G-Day

By MIKE SMITH Rain may have washed out some of the events scheduled for Rye’s annual G-Day event on May 10, but the nascent celebration of the Garnets’ school spirit is alive and well in its second year and should be a staple on the Rye athletic calendar for years to come. In 2013, the […]

Tigers beat White Plains

By MIKE SMITH Mamaroneck’s softball team might not have a ton of veterans on the roster this year, but what it lacks in experience, the team more than makes up in good old-fashioned moxie. On May 9, behind a strong effort from hurler Jen Gottfried, the Tigers shut down their rivals from White Plains to […]

Tigers edge Broncos

Brianna Steigerwald’s four-goal day helped push Mamaroneck past Bronxville on May 8, as the Tigers beat the Broncos 12-11 in a thriller at Chambers field. It was Mamaroneck’s second win over a strong Bronxville team this season, although neither game was decided by more than a goal. Bronxville’s Mason Warble matched Steigerwald goal for goal, […]

Huskies win league

By MIKE SMITH On May 6, the Harrison track team completed a sweep at the League Championship Meet as both the boys and girls squad far outpaced the competition to add even more hardware to Harrison’s trophy case. Harrison’s boys racked up 172 points during the two-day event, winning the championship by 68 points, while […]

Sarmiento takes fifth

By MIKE SMITH On May 5, Harrison graduate Nina Sarmiento—running for Binghamton University—placed fifth in the 400m hurdles in the America East Conference Championships. The finish wasn’t just a reflection of the immense talent of the former Huskies track star, it was a testament to the sophomore’s dedication and resilience in the face of adversity. […]

Broncos unveil field upgrades

By MIKE SMITH On May 3, the renovations to Bronxville’s Lower Scout Field were officially unveiled, as legislators and fans took part in a dedication ceremony prior to the Broncos’ home contest against rival Eastchester. Although the Eagles came away with a win, the day still belonged to Bronxville, whose new field should serve generations […]

New Ro nips Raiders

By MIKE SMITH On May 3, New Rochelle protected its perfect league record with an extra-inning win over visiting Scarsdale. With the win, the Huguenots improve to 10-2 on the season, 4-0 in the league. With the playoffs looming, the Huguenots appear to be a threat, not only to win a league title, but to […]

‘Chap’ gets 500th win

By MIKE SMITH On May 2, Mamaroneck’s baseball team beat Mount Vernon 12-0 to continue an in-league winning streak coming into an inevitable showdown with New Rochelle. But the win was more than just another step towards claiming a league title for the Tigers, it also marked the 500th time Tigers coach Mike Chiapparelli has […]

Huskies eye home stretch

By MIKE SMITH What has been a trying season for Harrison continued on May 5 when the Huskies fell 13-7 to a good Westlake team to drop to 4-8 on the season. According to head coach Jon-Erik Zappala, it might just take one good game to propel his squad into playoff contention. With just four […]