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  • Ripple effect of 4 college rowing scholarships leads to wave of success for Rye Brook crew

    It began with a taunt, a prank, a challenge, and something called an Erg.

    It grew into a collegiate athletic scholarship feeder system resulting from an ex-cheerleader mom's desperate last ditch efforts to get her daughter interested in sports of any kind.

  • Cuts, falls, errant throws & superstition aside, Lady Rams softball team off to promising start

    It is always the unkindest cut of all. It is the time when coaches make the cuts that trim the varsity down to manageable size. And when you have around 30 players trying out for the Lady Rams softball team, and only 13 will make the varsity, that means, superstition aside, 17 candidates will be disappointed by either being sent down to the junior varsity or just plain being sent home.

  • Rams play brrrsball in first outdoor practice of what promises to be winning BB season

    Hustle on. Hustle off. That's the mantra of new Rams head baseball coach Eddie Martinez. He kept saying that during his team's first outdoor practice of the pre-season Tuesday at the high school. And he wasn't kidding.

  • Simpson eyes T&F, N.C. prep school as 2nd chance at hoops scholarship

    It ain't over till it's over. And even though the high school basketball season is long since over, it ain't over for one of the Rams’ best basketball players, Jahmeek (Meek) Simpson, who is in the midst of his own March Madness.

  • 'Boys of Summer’ may come of age with PCYBL players making varsity

    As classic newspaper baseball headlines go, the tabloid New York Post's "The Oys of Summer" is already a classic and the regular season has yet to begin.

  • Matriarchal mentoring air lifts P.C. pre-season softball opening
    Returning veteran Lady Rams softball coach Jeanine Maiolini was anxious to hit the ground running at Monday's opening pre-season practice in the Port Chester High School gym after a year away from the game following an automobile accident. 
  • Football memories served up at T&J as part of losing program turnaround
    The Rams winning football season has long since come and gone, but the memories linger on. Coach Paul Santavicca relived the highlights of that grid season to remember this past Monday (3/6) after a team awards dinner at Port Chester's T&J Italian soul food haven. 
  • Coaching changes, returning veterans, top frosh highlight interest in upcoming P.C. spring sports

    While the calendar may still say otherwise as winter veers from mild to warm to cold, rain to wind to snow, the Port Chester winter scholastic sports season is over, and what a winter it was, filled with losing discontent.

  • B.B. boys’ modified hoops complete undefeated season
    “Excellence is a continuous process, not an accident,” said A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, President of India from 2002-2007. This quote has been the team mantra hanging in the Blind Brook boys’ modified basketball team locker room since day one of the season. 
  • Lewis, Velasquez and Novoa come up short in T&F indoor state qualifying meet in NYC
    It is the moment when time stands still. The left knee is bent, the right leg is prone and stretched back, the body is stiff yet ready to uncoil in the classic sprinter's starting position with the ears tuned to the inflection of the starter's voice as he says: "On your mark." 
  • The #11 seed Blind Brook boys’ varsity basketball team traveled to Woodlands on Wednesday, Feb. 22 for their sectional quarterfinal matchup with the #3 seed Woodlands High School.
  • Port Chester's Teddy Little chosen as All New England football player
    Harvey School senior Teddy Little of Port Chester capped off his outstanding football campaign with another postseason award. Little, who was a standout on both offense and defense, was selected to represent Harvey on the All New England Prep School Football Team.
  • Alex Simon, a skier to watch
    For most Blind Brook ski team members, the race season only consists of the few meets for the school, and the rest of the season involves skiing for fun. However, for freshman Alex Simon, ski racing takes up all of his winter weekends. 
  • P.C. lacrosse program set for launch with assist from Huskers & US LAX

    It was that old Rough Rider of days gone by, former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, who was fond of quoting an old West African proverb: "Speak softly, and carry a big stick; you will go far" when it came to describing his foreign policy style, one that included what he called "the exercise of intelligent forethought and decisive action sufficiently far in advance of any likely crisis."

  • Garcia loses state wrestling semifinals in triple overtime, finishing fifth
    Port Chester freshman phenom Ivan Garcia lost in triple overtime in the semifinals of the New York State High School Wrestling Championships Saturday, Feb. 25 in Albany. 
  • B.B. girls’ hoops season ends with playoff loss to Bronxville

    The Blind Brook girls’ varsity basketball team faced off against the Bronxville Broncos on Saturday, Feb. 18 for their post-season sectional matchup. As of Tuesday, Jan. 10, the Broncos were ranked among the top 25 in the state, so the Trojans knew they would face a competitive team. 

  • The Rye Town/Harrison Titans could not repeat their success in the playoffs, losing to Clarkstown in a thriller. The Titans finished their ice hockey season with a final record of 11 wins and 10 losses, losing their last four straight.

  • Garcia wrestles into state championships looking to make P.C. history as 2nd seed

    Port Chester Rams freshman wrestling phenom Ivan Garcia will try to go where no other Ram wrestler has ever gone before in the state wrestling championships Friday and Saturday, Feb. 24-25 in Albany, but he will have his hands full in his history-making bid to come out on top. 

  • 3 T&F top talents running & jumping their way into Armory state qualifiers

    From senior Dennis Almeida to sophomore Erika Yupangui, exactly 90 runners and jumpers participated in fall/winter Track & Field events for the Port Chester Rams and Lady Rams. Of that number, featuring almost as wide a variety of talent as there are letters in the alphabet, just three performers from three different years in a 2-3-4 grouping made it into the indoor state championship qualifying rounds Friday, Feb. 24 at the New Balance 168th St. Regiment Armory in New York City.

  • P.C. basketball saga has a poetic zing without the ring-a-ding-ding this year
    With apologies for paraphrasing the poet T.S. Eliot, this is how it ended, not with a bang or even a whimper, but with a clang that will echo in their collective minds at isolated times for as long as they live, the clang of a basketball banging off the rim, ricocheting off the backboard into a missed rebound snared by the opposition after yet another missed layup, that desperate carom passed on into the hands of a rival gunner who hit a trey from somewhere around Yonkers Raceway that against all odds swished through the net to give Yonkers a one-point buzzer-beating win over the Port Chester basketball Rams in a season-ending away game that P.C. had to win to make the playoffs.
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