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  • Vitullo looks to better 190 bowling average spinning Rams into the new winter season
    When it comes to Port Chester athletics involving the last name Perrone, Robbie may be one of the best senior swimmers on the Rams’ swim team and freshman phenom Tommy could well be one of the most promising long-distance runners in school Track & Field history
  • Wrestling Rams finish 2d to Fordham Prep in Miller Dual Meet Championships at Rye

    The wrestling Rams put their best collective foot forward along with their arms, shoulders, chests, hips and legs. When they were done, the Port Chester High School wrestlers had done themselves proud, wading through a pool of five tough teams, beating powerhouse squads ranging from Stepinac to St. Joseph's by-the-Sea while going undefeated in the preliminary rounds only to lose a close match to the Fordham Prep Rams in the finals of the Bernie Miller Dual Meet Championships at Rye High School last Saturday (12/2).

  • The Pride goeth before lowly basketball fall for downward spiraling Rams, Lady Rams

     They say a picture is worth 1,000 words. A picture of the scoreboard showing the final score of the Lady Rams’ opening game of the new winter season at home against Ossining tells it all or almost all: Ossining 82, Port Chester 24, making it a game that will go down in infamy, a loss by 58 points that could have been 60 had The Pride's last shot not rimmed out last Wednesday (11/29).

  • Lady Rams go into the hoop season low in numbers but high on hope

    In what will certainly go down as one of the strangest games of the current basketball season, Minnesota beat Alabama 89-84 in the championship game of the Barclay Center Classic in Brooklyn with 'Bama forced to play the final 10 minutes with just three players last Saturday (11/25). It could come down to that for Lady Rams’ basketball coach London Reyes and his short-handed high school hoops team, albeit for different reasons.

  • Rye Town/Harrison Titans look for fresh start as new season approaches
    After an up and down 11-win and 10-loss 2016-2017 regular season and a disappointing first round 3-2 thriller playoff loss to Clarkstown South, the Rye Town/Harrison Titans head into the 2017-2018 season with a fresh start and a lot of excitement. 
  • B.B. boys’ hoops gear up for tip-off

    After what felt like an eternity, the winter has finally arrived, and Blind Brook hoops are right around the corner. The boys are back and look poised to make some serious noise in Section One this season. Mike Welsh will be at the helm again, entering his 13th year as the Blind Brook boys’ varsity basketball coach and his 20th year coaching overall. Alongside him, senior captains Jake DiGiansante, Mike Bucci, and Alex Feuerstein will provide the bulk of the experience and on-court leadership. The group will look to improve upon their .500 performance last year in which they went 11-11.

  • Thanks for the memories of the Fall sports season

    Thanksgiving has come and gone and so have the leftovers. But the leftover memories linger. That's why Westmore News traditionally does a tribute to the top 10 Fall season Port Chester High School athletic accomplishments around this time of year even as the winter season gets underway this weekend for the five winter sports teams—basketball, wrestling, Track & Field, bowling and swimming—that will have to go a long way to match what their Fall season counterparts did during a season to remember.

  • Rams’ Blackburn figures to be 'The Man' who holds the key to P.C. hoop success
     Every sports team has its version of "The Man"—the one indispensable player who makes the team really go. The Port Chester Rams high school basketball team is no different.
  • Lady Rams softball team needs donations to play in ‘Grand Daddy’ of all NY tourneys

    The Major League Baseball season is over. The Houston Astros beat the Los Angeles Dodgers to win the World Series in the pivotal seventh game of the best-of-seven memorable Series games after the Texans edged the Yankees in an equally memorable 7-game series to see which team got a chance to play LA for all the baseball marbles. That means lovers of the game can already start looking ahead to 2018 albeit without deposed Yankee manager Joe Girardi of Harrison.

  • BBHS football team gives back

    The Blind Brook varsity football team, under the direction of Coach Chris Halstead, initiated and participated in two new community service projects. 

  • Rams & Lady Rams train for a T&F future of distance runs with eye on scholarships

    When the Nike Nationals Cross-Country Qualifiers are run Saturday (11/26) at Bowdoin Park in Wappingers Falls, the race will include the best of the best male and female high school harriers in Westchester and the Lower Hudson Valley.

  • Rye Brook shortstop awarded NCAA National Letter of Intent

    In recognition of their athletic prowess, five senior Brunswick School student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent (NLI) on Nov. 8. In return for athletic-scholarship aid, four are committing to play NCAA Division I lacrosse, while one is slated to play Division I baseball.

  • From Blind Brook & RAR to Bucknell NLI: The rowing journey of Meghan Comstock
    It is the moment the great ones yearn for, the moment of clarity that comes from understanding what the abbreviation NLI stands for—three letters that mean the best of the best local athletes will have a shot at competing on the collegiate level at some of the top-tier schools in the nation, all members of the National College Athletic Association.
  • Swimming Rams shape up as early birds hoping to land 1st win in 4 wet seasons

    Everybody into the pool—but which pool, ah, that is the question for a resurgent Rams swim team that is practicing hard in a bid to become the first Port Chester swim team to win a dual meet in four years of trying.

  • Football Rams rack up All-Star designations

    They did what few other Port Chester football teams have ever done before—and it shows.

    The Rams won the school's first football league title since 2002.

  • Ex-Lady Ram runner hits milestone at age 30 by chasing American dream in NYC Marathon
    When Shannon Flanagan won the New York City Marathon Nov. 5, she became the first American woman to win in 40 years, breaking the tape in 2 hours 26 minutes in Central Park after a grueling 26.2-mile run through the city's five boroughs. 
  • PCHS boys and girls train outdoors for indoor Track & Field season
    It is 4:30 p.m. on a chilly, windswept Tuesday out on the Port Chester High School track during the start of what is euphemistically called the winter indoor Track & Field season, euphemistically here being a dime word for putting the best possible spin on more than 60 Rams and Lady Rams looking like so many human icicles as they try to warm up under the watchful eyes of five dedicated coaches. 
  • Wrestling Rams move up into tougher class

    When it comes to wrestling, nobody in Port Chester scholastic sports history has ever grappled with the sport better than Ivan Garcia, who made the All-State team as a freshman last year, finishing a close fifth in the 99-pound weight classification in the state championships—the first Ram wrestler to ever score in the states on his way to also making the All-League, All-Section and All-Region teams.

  • Winter comes early for scholastic sports as 5 P.C. teams head into a new season

    Winter doesn't officially begin until Dec. 21, the winter solstice first day of winter, according to the calendar. But not according to the Westchester high school sports calendar because the winter sports schedule started hereabouts on Monday, Nov. 6.

  • Football season over, but Rams grid season still going on and lots of work yet to be done

    New Rochelle beat Clarkstown North and Yorktown ran over defending state champion Somers to win the Westchester Section One Class AA and Class A football championships respectively last Saturday (11/4) at Mahopac while the Rams beat the Giants Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

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