Category Archives: Sports

Rye falls to Cornwall

By MIKE SMITH On Saturday, Nov. 15, Rye’s record-setting season came to a close in the state quarterfinals, when the Garnets fell to a highly-touted Cornwall team 21-17 at Mahopac High School. Although the loss closed the book on Rye’s 2014 campaign, head coach Dino Garr is confident that the Garnet program will continue to […]

Huguenots cheer at counties

By MIKE SMITH On Nov. 17 and 18, the New Rochelle cheerleading squad got their season off to a good start, winning the Small Team Division I trophy and earning a right to compete in the Grand Championships at the 66th Annual Westchester County Center Cheerleading Invitational. Although the Huguenots did not walk away as […]

550 Halstead almost set to build

By Alina Suriel All but one approval is in place to begin construction of a 36-unit apartment complex planned for 550 Halstead Ave., after an Oct. 28 Harrison Planning Board meeting in which the board gave the developer the site plan approval needed to move forward with the project. At the meeting, the board spoke […]

Champs opens new location

By MIKE SMITH On Wednesday, Oct. 22, Champs Boxing Club held an evening gala to celebrate the opening of its new gym location in New Rochelle. The event, which was hosted by the New Rochelle Chamber of Commerce, was a big step in the right direction for the local boxing club, according to Champs founder […]

Eastchester Playoff Roundup

Girls Soccer 10/25 Bronxville d. Putnam Valley 5-0 In Class C first-round action, top-seeded Bronxville demolished an overmatched Tiger team 5-0 to advance to the quarterfinals. Caitlin Fryer started off the scoring from Bronxville just 10 minutes into the game and fond the net twice more to lead Bronxville on the day. Mason Warble and […]

Tigers throttle Scarsdale

By MIKE SMITH On Saturday, Oct. 25, the Mamaroneck Tigers punched their ticket to the Class AA semifinal round with a dominant road performance against No. 2 seed Scarsdale, beating the Raiders 45-20. Mamaroneck’s first postseason win in the playoff-era now has the team eying an Oct. 31 showdown with John Jay, with a trip […]

Black Hats headed to Mahopac

By MIKE SMITH The Rye Neck Panthers punched their ticket to Mahopac with a 15-7 win over Dobbs Ferry in the Class C semifinals on Saturday, Oct. 25. Although the game was closer than Panther fans may have liked, in the end it was another strong defensive effort that kept the Black Hats dreams of […]

Eagles top Sailors

By MIKE SMITH On Saturday, Oct. 25, an Emme DiPasquale goal lifted the No. 7 Eagles to a 1-0 win over Hendrick Hudson in the first round of the Class A girls soccer playoffs. With the win, the Eagles earn the right to advance to a second round matchup with an undefeated Somers team on […]

Huskies tops Somers

By MIKE SMITH On Friday, Oct. 24, the Harrison volleyball team began postseason play with a resounding first-round win over a tough Somers squad, beating the Tuskers 3-1 at Harrison High School. The No. 6 seeded Huskies will look to keep the season alive on Oct. 28 against third-seeded Walter Panas. The Huskies got contributions from […]

Rye beats Bulldogs

By MIKE SMITH A strong first half and a solid defensive effort kept Rye’s title hopes alive on Oct. 25, as the Garnets were able to outlast a tough Beacon squad in the first round of the Class A football playoffs. Rye will be back in action on Nov. 1 when they host Somers in […]