Category Archives: Sports

Tigers heating up

By MIKE SMITH It may have taken a while, but it looks like Mamaroneck’s softball team is beginning to hit its stride. With the playoffs looming, the timing couldn’t be better.  On May 11, the Tigers clawed back from an early deficit to beat league foe Scarsdale 8-6 on the road, thanks to a four-run […]

Broncos eye Unicorns

By MIKE SMITH Although it closed out the regular season with a 10-3 loss to Fordham Prep on May 9, it would seem as though the Bronxville lacrosse team is coming into the Class C playoffs poised to make a deep postseason run this year. With an experienced core of talented players, the Broncos hopes […]

Garnets enter postseason

    By MIKE SMITH After a long regular season campaign, Rye’s lacrosse teams are set for postseason play this week, as both Garnet teams are primed for the lacrosse playoffs that kick off on May 14. After an 11-5 season, the boys team earned a No. 3 seed in the Class B playoffs and […]

Rye Athlete of the week: Johnny Emanuel

By LAUREN DEMPSEY With his unconditional commitment to his tennis team and devout love of the game, Johnny Emanuel has earned Athlete of the Week honors. The Ivy League-bound senior is a captain alongside Andrew Emanuel, no relation, and serves as a leader to the younger players with his knowledge of the game and experience. […]

Huguenots top Tigers

By MIKE SMITH With a gritty win over Mamaroneck on May 1, it seems that things may be turning around for New Rochelle’s baseball team as the season heads into the home stretch. At 5-7 on the season, the Huguenots appear to be playing their best baseball of the season as they head into a […]

Huguenots roundup

Girls Softball 5/4 Eastchester d. New Rochelle 6-4 On May 4, the Eastchester Eagles picked up their ninth victory of the season with a come-from-behind 6-4 win against a solid New Rochelle team. Trailing 3-1 in the bottom of the fourth inning, the Eagles got a boost from the bat of Victoria Biancavilla, who blasted […]

Eagles topple New Ro

By MIKE SMITH On May 4, the Eastchester Eagles picked up their ninth victory of the season with a come-from-behind 6-4 win against a solid New Rochelle team. As the Eagles gear up for the home stretch, head coach Chris Walpole believes that Monday’s game could serve as a confidence-booster for the 9-4 ball club. […]

Eagles hit milestones

By MIKE SMITH Over the past week, a duo of Eastchester players reached significant milestones, as goalie Katie Feigenbaum notched her 600th career save and just six days later teammate Jordyn DiCostanzo became the first 200-goal scorer in the program’s history.  On April 24, DiCostanzo scored five goals in a 17-12 loss to Edgemont to […]

Rugby a hit at Rye

By MIKE SMITH Varsity rugby might be relatively new at Rye, but so far, the sport has been embraced by the student body. With dozens of athletes currently participating in the program—and with all three of Rye’s teams having early success, it appears that rugby could be here to stay.  The rugby program, which was […]

Huskies host memorial game

On May 2, the Harrison baseball team will host the inaugural Andrew Gurgitano Memorial Game when it hosts the rival Rye Garnets at Silver Lake Park in West Harrison. Gurgitano, a pitcher on the Huskies’ baseball team, died suddenly last November. He was a diligent student and an outstanding role model. His passions in life […]