Category Archives: Sports

Tigers take section crown

By MIKE SMITH Despite throwing nearly 200 pitches in the span of the week, Mamaroneck senior Kumar Nambiar knew in the back of his mind that he might have to take the mound in the Class AA championship game at Provident Bank Park on May 30. But after Mamaroneck jumped out to an 8-0 lead […]

Tigers take titles

By MIKE SMITH Tuckahoe crowned two champions last week, as the varsity softball team and baseball team clinched section titles on successive days with wins over Haldane and Solomon Schechter, respectively. Both teams are currently gearing up for the state regionals, which take place on June 4 and June 5, after press time.  On May […]

Panthers cruise to semis

By MIKE SMITH Sports Editor After an 18-2 performance in the regular season, there was little doubt that Rye Neck’s softball team was locked in for a long playoff run. Through the first two rounds of the playoffs, the Panthers have proved just how much talent they have on the roster, outscoring their opponents 31-1 […]

Huskies out in second round

By MIKE SMITH Sports Editor After winning their first round games last week, both Harrison’s baseball and softball teams were bounced from the playoffs in the Class A quarterfinals, ending their respective seasons on May 23. On May 21, the No. 9 Huskies baseball team traveled to Eastchester for a matchup with the No. 8 […]

Tigers reach finals

By MIKE SMITH In their biggest game of the season, the Tuckahoe Tigers got their bats going early, as they trounced Alexander Hamilton 18-1 in the Class C semifinal round on May 26 to cement a spot in the section championship game.  According to Tuckahoe head coach John McGrath, the offensive performance might have been […]

Huskies bow in quarterfinals

By MIKE SMITH Harrison’s best lacrosse season in recent memory may have come to a disappointing end on May 16, but the future looks bright for the Huskies program. Despite falling 7-6 to a tough John Jay team in the second round of the Class B playoffs, the Huskies aim to be back next year […]

Broncos head to finals

By MIKE SMITH Heading into the second half of the Class C semifinals on May 19, No.1-seeded Bronxville found itself locked in a tight contest with a Hendrick Hudson team that was angling for an upset. After a few adjustments, however, the Broncos came out renewed and turned the tide to come away with a […]

Tigers top Mounties

By MIKE SMITH The Mamaroneck Tigers turned a hot start against Suffern on May 16 into a second-round win as they topped the Mounties 19-13 to advance to the Class A lacrosse semifinals. Next up for the Tigers will be a showdown with rival White Plains with a berth in the section championships on the […]

Huguenots ready for sectionals

By MIKE SMITH On May 19, New Rochelle’s baseball and softball teams learned of their postseason fates when sectional seedings were announced. Both Huguenots’ squads came away with No. 11 seeds and will be in action on May 21, after press time.  The New Rochelle softball team finished the regular season with a 10-10 record […]

Huskies take leagues

By Mike Smith On May 1, the Harrison boys and girls both won the spring track league championships with an impressive showing at Rockland Community College. Harrison’s girls dominated the competition, wracking up 280 points to second place Byram Hills’ 107, while the boys side netted 171.2 points to give them a 20 point cushion […]