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  • Guaman-Tigre one-two x-country scoring punch
paces P.C. in solid runs against B.B. and Ossining
    Guaman-Tigre one-two x-country scoring punch paces P.C. in solid runs against B.B. and Ossining

    The fastest Fall cross-country races are won during the summer, something the really good runners know because while practice may not make runners perfect, off-season summer workouts make them a lot faster and better at running over hill and dale during Fall x-country distance runs. Two of the Ram and Lady Ram runners who have put in that kind of sweat equity are already seeing the results as they humble the x-country courses with newfound power in their stride, their legs eating up the distance in a way that makes time fly as their finishing times keep getting faster.

  • After homecoming loss, Trojans football
looks to lock up a win vs Rye Neck Saturday
    After homecoming loss, Trojans football looks to lock up a win vs Rye Neck Saturday

    After the Trojans football team’s disappointing start to the season, they looked to bounce back with a big game vs Valhalla. This contest against Valhalla would be the Trojans’ homecoming game. After their opening loss, the boys went right back to work with countless days of practice and film sessions to get them prepared for what would be a tough opponent. Blind Brook High School held a big pep rally after school on Friday, Sept. 17 that got the students riled up for what would be a huge white out game Saturday night.

  • Three BBHS underclassmen
competing on Rye swim team
    Three BBHS underclassmen competing on Rye swim team

    The Rye girls’ varsity swim team is comprised of students from Blind Brook High School, Rye Neck High School, and Rye High School. The season started on Aug. 23 and will end on Nov. 1. The preseason began at Rye Golf Club but was cut short by the remnants of Hurricane Ida.

  • Soccer Rams take 2 of 3 games
with scoring burst led by Torres
    Soccer Rams take 2 of 3 games with scoring burst led by Torres

    In the rock'em, sock'em ultra-completive grind of grueling Section 1 soccer play, games are often decided by one goal. And head coach John Cafaldo's soccer Rams have all too often been on the wrong end of those one-goal losses during past seasons. But not so much of late because the Rams beat Arlington B and Rye Neck by scoring four goals in both bounce back away games after losing a close 1-0 home game to Carmel, one of the top 10 teams in the Westchester-Rockland area.

  • Lady Ram swimmers
circling in on strong season
    Lady Ram swimmers circling in on strong season

    Round and round the Lady Ram swimmers go like spokes in an underwater wheel in their Carver Center home pool, the early morning pre-school circle swims their way of building up stamina for whenever their regular season begins. For a while there it looked as though their season would never start because their opening meets were canceled against Ramapo and Keio. That meant more circling. And more weightlifting after school in Port Chester's new high school weight room as head coach Colleen Cahill drilled them in specific "dry land" swimming specific movements. But all those wet circles seemingly going nowhere and all those dry weights and drills made their wait worthwhile.

  • Trojans’ soccer finishes week
with 2 wins and 2 concussions
    Trojans’ soccer finishes week with 2 wins and 2 concussions

    Whether under the lights, in the pouring rain, or injured, the Blind Brook boys’ soccer team can’t help but win. After a disappointing loss for girls’ varsity soccer, the boys turned the night around with a winning score of 2-1 last Friday, Sept. 17. Both goals were scored by captain Matías Otero. 

  • Lady Trojans’ soccer faces a tough week,
putting up a strong fight for homecoming
    Lady Trojans’ soccer faces a tough week, putting up a strong fight for homecoming

    Every year, late September brings one of Blind Brook High School’s best traditions: homecoming. Homecoming week is full of excitement, school spirit, dressing up, and, of course, big sports games. On Friday, Sept. 17 at 6 p.m., crowds rushed to watch the Lady Trojans’ soccer team take on the Port Chester Lady Rams for their homecoming game.

  • Flores excels as Lady Rams
soccer team loses 2 of 3
    Flores excels as Lady Rams soccer team loses 2 of 3

    What a difference a player or two makes for the Lady Rams soccer team when only one half of their one-two scoring punch—Andrea Flores—is present while the other (Ashley Reyes) is away playing with the Ecuador National 17U team against Peru in Ecuador.

  • Trojans’ 2021-22 football season
kicks off with yet another loss
    Trojans’ 2021-22 football season kicks off with yet another loss

    As usual, except during the 2020 COVID year, the Blind Brook football team got right to work starting off with two-a-days during the summer. The team is again short rostered and inexperienced, but they are hungrier than ever. This year’s Trojan team is again led by Darren Perrillo. Coach Perillo has high expectations for the team this year and sees no reason for them to have anything but success.

  • Strong start for Lady Trojans soccer
highlights the team’s new talent
    Strong start for Lady Trojans soccer highlights the team’s new talent

    With the start of a new school year with new COVID-19 guidelines, Blind Brook sports are kicking it into full gear with the start of the season. Although last year fall sports such as volleyball, cheerleading, and football were pushed back after being deemed high contact, these teams are back and better than ever. 

    
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  • PORT CHESTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Town of Rye Courtroom, 350 North Main St., Port Chester. 7 p.m. Draft agenda: 1) Report from the chief of police on the current status of the Port Chester Police Department. 2) Presentation from Youth Bureau Executive Director Charles Morgan. 3) Public comments. 4) Report of the village manager. 5) Appointing Planning Commission members. 6) Declaring certain property owned by the village to be surplus to the village’s needs and authorizing its disposal. 6) Columbus Park synthetic turf replacement bid award. 7) Accepting after school employment training program grants in the amount of $30,000....

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  • 10573 In-Person Events
    Clay Art Center, 40 Beech St., Port Chester is presenting Saturday Clay for ages 6+ Sat., Sept. 25, Oct. 9, 23, 30, Nov. 6 & 20 and Dec. 4, 11 & 18, 2-4 p.m. Oct. 9 & 30 will feature Halloween themed projects; Dec. 4 & 11 will feature ornament making. No experience necessary. 
  • Virtual Zumba classes with Martha are offered every Tues., 9 a.m. & 5:30 p.m.; Thurs., 5:30 p.m. and Sat., 9 a.m. via Zoom meeting #390 713 3068. Password is Zumba. 
  • Senior Law Day will take place Thurs., Sept. 30. 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Ridge Road Park, 287 Ridge Rd., Hartsdale. The free event will be held outdoors at the park to ensure everyone’s safety. Free parking. It will feature free consultations and workshops on legal, financial and care issues for older adults. The Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services will provide six educational talks on topics of interest to seniors and their families, one-on-one consultations with experienced elder law attorneys, certified financial planners and geriatric care managers.

  • St. Paul’s National Historic Site in Mt. Vernon will present Dr. Eugene Boesfh, author and archeologist Sat., Oct. 2, 1 p.m. Free. He will explore the history, culture and legacy of the Lenape, native peoples of St. Paul’s area. Register at https://www.nps.gov/

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