Track & Field team winds up winter indoor season in beat the clock final races in NYC at The Armory

It's about time! And that's what the Port Chester Track & Field Team was really all about—fast times, that is—during the winter indoor season that was and wasn't.

The ins and outs of basketball post-season playoffs

If a team is only as good as its record, no matter how you spin it, the basketball Rams weren't very good and nowhere good enough to make it into the Section 1 playoffs with the seeding brackets announced last Monday (2/12).

Iona Prep's Dan Pauletti signs grid commitment to play for Ithaca

It was a life-changing announcement for three Iona Prep football players, a Feb. 7 statement from the New Rochelle school saying the student-athlete trio had committed to playing collegiate sports as part of the school year's second National Signing day. For local grid aficionados, the name that stood out in …

The ABCs for registering to play in the P.C. Youth Baseball League

It's time for all parental Port Chester and Rye Brook baseball aficionados to consider signing up their kids for the upcoming Port Chester Youth Baseball Spring Inhouse Baseball Season.

Port Chester cheerleaders make it into the National finals

Cheers! Lots of them. Loud and clear. Because they have to hear them. Because they are the Port Chester team nobody cheers for. Until now. And they deserve it.

Blind Brook girls’ basketball team avenges Homecoming loss to Croton

Blind Brook girls’ basketball is rolling into the postseason with two things on their minds: victory and redemption. The team—with a final record of 13-7–rounded out the regular season exactly how they now hope to move into playoffs, with a heartbreaking Homecoming loss against Croton-Harmon paralleling two single-digit losses to …

Rams wrestling quintet helps to make local sports history

It didn't end the way they wanted it to, but even without the happy ending, five Ram wrestlers made scholastic sports wrestling history by being among the first grapplers to compete for a Section One championship this past weekend at the famed Westchester County Center in White Plains.

B.B. boys’ varsity basketball team finishes season with 13-8 record

After coming out with a remarkable 1-point win against Valhalla to advance their record to 12-7, the Blind Brook boys’ varsity basketball team looked towards Wednesday, Feb. 7 in a big game against Westlake. The boys knew this was an important game, as a win here would secure the league …

Swimming Rams come in out of the cold and salvage winter season with PR wave

The Rams winter season swim team almost wasn't. Because at the outset, Port Chester High School didn't have enough male swimmers to get the team off the ground let alone into the pool.

Rams and Lady Rams T&F team race their way to winning five bronze and silver medals in NYC

All that glitters was not gold, but the Port Chester Track & Field Team nonetheless ran off with five silver and bronze medals in their latest meet at the Armory in New York City.

Titans capture league championship, head into hockey playoffs next week

The Rye Town-Harrison Titans are back on track and have persevered through another winning streak.

Rams and Lady Rams drop their last basketball deuce

The best thing you can say about February is that it isn't January. Major League Baseball started its pitchers’ and catchers’ workouts Monday (2/12) in warm weather climes stretching from Arizona to Florida and the local scholastic sports winter season has come to an end with the promise of better …

Port Chester Show Down fundraising mega-event prelude to cheerleading Send Off to Nationals

The joint was jumping, a lot of joints actually, physically, emotionally, vociferously and for many shining moments over the course of seven hours, the Port Chester High School gym became the center of Westchester's sports universe as well as the most cheerful place around.

Wrestling Rams score in the Divisional Championships with top Big 5 qualifying for the upcoming Sectionals

There was a not-so-simple answer to a complicated mathematical question going into the Divisional Wrestling Championships—only 52 wrestlers could qualify for the upcoming post-season Sectional Championships by finishing in the top four in 13 weight classes while going up against the best of the best from eight schools competing in …

Blind Brook girls’ basketball has up and down week

Lady Trojans basketball had a packed week of ups and downs as they near the end of the regular season. Despite tough losses to Westlake and Pearl River, the team managed to round out the week with an even record, thanks to two dominant wins against Valhalla and Rye Neck, …