Category Archives: Sports

Locals medal at USTA event

By MIKE SMITH Taking part in the United States Tennis Association Section Championship for the second time in Schenectady last month, the Rye Raquet Club 12U Intermediate team had a strong showing, placing second in a field that included teams from all over the tri-state area. Last year, in the club’s first venture into section […]

Column: Waiting on August

The end of any school year is undoubtedly a joyous time for all involved. From the students, who welcome two months of freedom from quizzes, tests, report cards and essays with unfettered celebration, to the teachers, whose own relief is just as palpable, there are few tears shed when schools close their doors for summer […]

Huskies look to 2015

By MIKE SMITH Harrison’s softball squad might have faced its fair share of adversity this year, but that didn’t stop the Huskies, who battled to a 12-10 mark and got a thrilling playoff win under their belts. As the team begins to look ahead to next year, good health–and pitching–could put the Huskies right back […]

Panthers ready for 2015

By MIKE SMITH If this year’s veteran crop of Rye Neck baseball proved anything, it’s that talent—and chemistry—can carry a team to the greatest of heights. As Rye Neck’s softball players look ahead to next spring, they might be in for a similar fate. This year, with just two seniors on the roster, the Panthers […]

Broncos season raises bar

By MIKE SMITH The Bronxville Broncos may have been stopped in their hunt for a state title on June 6, but the 2014 Broncos squad was able to make history this year, going 13-8-2 and capturing the program’s first-ever Section I crown in the process. Despite controlling the majority of the draws as well as […]

Garnets bow in finals

By MIKE SMITH After 2013’s six-win season, Rye’s baseball squad came out of the gates firing on all cylinders; winning 23 games and earning the school’s first-ever berth in a state final game. Although that game ended with a loss to Bayport-Blue Point, the significance of the Garnets’ historic season wasn’t lost on the Rye […]

Huguenots look to 2015

By VIDAL SERFATY New Rochelle’s 2014 season came to a premature close on May 23 when they were upset by 15 seed Carmel 4-3. In a close-played game that saw the Rams take control with a game-winning double by sophomore Ryan Train in the sixth inning to put them ahead, the second seed Huguenots were […]

Maroon wins title

In March, Harrison Maroon, the Boys Midget Recreation champs for the second-straight year, outlasted rival Harrison White 34-27 in the title game of the 2014 Westchester County Parks & Recreation’s Boys & Girls Basketball Tournament at the White Plains County Center. In the very same situation as they were a year ago, Harrison Maroon made […]

Column: Cup runneth over

I may not be the biggest soccer fan in the world, but that doesn’t mean I don’t get excited whenever the World Cup rolls around. It’s not that I don’t like soccer, because I do, but, like many Americans, I grew up watching the four major sports here and that left little room in my […]

Rye wins at regionals

By MIKE SMITH With a pair of victories this past weekend, the Rye baseball team finds itself just two wins away from a miraculous turnaround, from a six-win team in 2013, to Class A state champions this spring. On June 6 and 7, the Garnets beat Section IX champs Wallkill and Maine-Endwell from Long Island, […]