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  • Near misses forecast future success for budding P.C. Ram swimmers
    It all came together yesterday (Thursday, Feb. 16) for the Port Chester Rams swim team in a very different kind of after school pool, a scheduled celebratory gathering at Frankie & Louie's Restaurant & Pizzeria on Willett Avenue where they pooled their memories of how far they had come during their third consecutive winless season. 
  • Lady Rams wind down hoop season with 3 losses
    Chicken Joe's yummy fast-food specialists from Greenwich may be one of the Port Chester Lady Rams basketball team sponsors, with residents Joe and Nina Marini supplying P.C. with all kinds of goodies gratis to sell at their home games to raise funds for the team, but P.C. sure ain't chicken when it comes to booking quality opponents. 
  • RTH Titans skate into playoffs

    The Rye Town/Harrison Titans were hoping to head into the playoffs coming off two big road wins but failed to win either of them and went 0-2, finishing the ice hockey season with a record of 11 wins and eight losses. They look to bounce back from their late season slump and make a deep run in the playoffs. 

  • Garcia wins sectional wrestling title

    Up until last week Port Chester had a "Magnificent 7" when it came to Section I Division 1 wrestling champions dating back to 1967 when heavyweight George Smith became the first to qualify for the state championships. He was followed over the years by Bill James (wrestling in the 126-pound weight class in 1979), George Tucker (132 in 1982), Declan Josephson (171 and 189 in 2002 and 2003 respectively), Joe Facciola (189 in 2006) and Josue Cardenas (189 in 2009).

  • B.B. boys’ hoops finish 10-10, hope to reach county center
    After an impressive road victory over Rye Neck, the Blind Brook boys’ varsity basketball team returned home feeling confident and ready for a tough rematch against Bronxville. The Broncos had defeated the Trojans by 13 points earlier in the season, giving them an even greater desire to get revenge. 
  • Ups and downs for P.C. T&F team in Armory Class A Championships

    British pop singer Adele upset favored American superstar Beyonce in the Grammy Awards last Sunday, with Adele's "Hello" winning Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year over Beyonce's favored "Lemonade."

  • Hoop Rams lose to Yonkers by one point in game they had to win to make playoffs

    The coach saw it coming from the outset. But it snuck up on his disbelieving Port Chester basketball Rams. They never knew what hit them. Until it was too late. In more ways than one. Because now the days of all the playoff possibilities are over. And the ain't going to never happen no way realities have set in.

  • The Blind Brook girls’ varsity basketball team will play their first playoff game at Bronxville High School on Saturday, Feb. 18 at 2:30 p.m.

  • RTH boys’ varsity hockey struggling to regain momentum going into playoffs

    After coming off devastating back-to-back losses, the Rye Town/Harrison Titans split their hockey games this week with a win over Carmel and a tough loss against John Jay. As they prepare to enter the playoffs, the Titans currently sit with a record of 11 wins and seven losses on the season.

  • Hoop Lady Rams humbled by Pride, but a menu of better days awaits them

    It may well have taken a village for the struggling Port Chester Lady Rams basketball team to have any kind of shot against the Ossining Pride, winner of four state championships, six consecutive Westchester championships, and a team that hadn't lost a Section One game since Feb. 4, 2011, a streak of 93 consecutive games that ended last Wednesday (Feb. 1) when 16-1 Albertus Magnus beat the Pride 80-75 to become Westchester's top-ranked team, relegating Ossining to an unaccustomed second place.

  • Playoffs in sight for B.B. boys’ hoops
    Playoff fever has returned to the air for the Blind Brook boys’ varsity basketball team. After a poor loss to Bronxville and subsequent bounce-back wins over Keio and Rye Neck, the squad is feeling energized and confident as it enters the last two games of the regular season. 
  • Garcia & Mendez wrestle way into Sectionals

    Ivan Garcia, wrestling at 99 pounds, and Brayan Mendez, grappling in the 120-pound weight class, looked good in the wrestling Rams’ final regular season home tune-up last Wednesday (Feb. 1) against Pleasantville. That was not the case for the rest of the team except for Brandon Defreitas who continued his late season heavyweight surge with a win in the bruising 220-pound weight class.

  • After a short five meets, the regular Blind Brook ski season is over. Overall the team had great success from many people on the team. 
  • Eventful up and down week for Blind Brook girls’ hoops
    The Blind Brook girls’ varsity basketball team had a mixed week, with two wins and two losses. Both Trojan victories—against Keio and Rye Neck—were league games and would be of tremendous help in securing a higher seeding in the post-season. 
  • Basketball Rams’ playoffs drive going right down to the wire

    In the end it will all come down to free throws, the ones made, the ones missed.

  • Horse sense for the P.C. T&F team in run-up to Class A Championships

    It makes a strange kind of horse sense for the Port Chester Track & Field Rams to understand the kind of lessons that can come from studying the racing form of their four-legged equine counterparts that emerged from a memorable trifecta of racing events that took place in the past week or so.

  • As the Blind Brook ski team competes in more and more races, the results are similar. Many skiers are placing within the top half of the field and a few within the top 10. Both the racers and the coach are satisfied with the team’s success.

  • Wrestling Rams lose 3 dual meets in final tune-ups for the Divisionals
    What is as rare as a June-like day in late January or February? In local wrestling circles, it is a day when Port Chester Rams freshman wrestling phenom Ivan Garcia, Westchester's top-rated wrestler in his 99-pound wrestling classification and an ultra-talented grappler sporting a 30-3 record in dual meet and championship matches, loses. 
  • Basketball Lady Rams hope to rise from ashes of another losing season
    The Chinese Year of the Rooster is underway with the Lunar New Year a cause for celebration, but it is nothing to crow about, let alone strut about, when it comes to local basketball. 
  • Now or never for basketball Rams & their fading playoff hoop dreams

    It is approaching now or never time for the beleaguered 3-13 Port Chester basketball Rams, the next six do-or-die games determining whether they have a realistic shot at making the playoffs for the first time in the past five years.

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