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  • Blind Brook basketball finally returns
    Blind Brook basketball finally returns

    After a horrible COVID year led to the Trojans only being able to play four games last season, the team will look to bounce back and have a successful 2021-22 season.

  • Reyes & Flores win soccer athletic scholarships
after leading Lady Rams to two league titles
    Reyes & Flores win soccer athletic scholarships after leading Lady Rams to two league titles

    In international professional soccer news this week, Paris St. Germain's Lionel Messi won the Ballon d'Or, the sport’s most prestigious individual prize, over second place finisher Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich Monday (11/29) and Alexia Putellas won the female version of the same award with her Barcelona teammate Jennifer Hermoso finishing second. The soccer Oscar-style honor was presented during a Hollywood Academy Awards-like ceremony at Theatre du Chatelet in Paris.

  • Curtain going up on winter sports season
despite looming new Omicron threat
    Curtain going up on winter sports season despite looming new Omicron threat

    In the words of the immortal late Yankee Hall of Fame catcher/philosopher Yogi Berra: "You can observe a lot by watching." And while practice may not make perfect, a local Port Chester High School sports aficionado can observe a lot by watching the pre-season practices leading up to this week's showtime when the regular season shifts into high gear for the six major Ram and Lady Ram teams.

  • Blind Brook girls’ basketball season
kicks off with high hopes for the year
    Blind Brook girls’ basketball season kicks off with high hopes for the year
    On the heels of an intense 2020-2021 season, Blind Brook girls’ basketball is back and stronger than ever. Last year’s season—harshly impacted by the restrictions implemented due to COVID-19 such as mask mandates and a lack of crowds—was ended after a shortened schedule, the team culminating with a 5-6 record. 
  • Thanks for the memories Fall season tribute
to the 12 best Port Chester student-athletes
    Thanks for the memories Fall season tribute to the 12 best Port Chester student-athletes

    Unless you are a turkey, Thanksgiving is a single day set aside for being grateful—and not just because being thankful is a good way to learn how to practice gratitude daily, a practice that can lead to longer-lasting benefits. Those benefits include a joyful remembrance of sporting things past—those local athletic highs including the highlights of the just concluded Port Chester High School Fall sports season.

  • Co-captain Larry Lanni looks back on
undefeated PCHS 1959 football season
    Co-captain Larry Lanni looks back on undefeated PCHS 1959 football season

    The 2021 Port Chester High School football season has ended, but how many remember the team of 1959? For those who remember, it was a near perfect season. The teams of the 50’s were some of the best and were coached by one of the best, Ralph Friedgen. Coach Friedgen, along with Bill Green, Nick Tallo and Leo Dragani, were instrumental in bringing PCHS football to another level.

  • Manny Martinez's promising hoop Rams
hope to learn from best P.C. teams of past
    Manny Martinez's promising hoop Rams hope to learn from best P.C. teams of past

    Going into his fourth year as head coach of the Port Chester High School basketball Rams, noted educator Manny Martinez, a basketball lifer who made his hoops coaching reputation building the Blind Brook Lady Trojans into a regional power during his nearly two decades of coaching there, hopes this is the year his patient rebuilding efforts start to pay off and his present Rams team catches up with the school's best squads of the recent past.

  • Wrestling Rams back on
the mat after COVID-19 KO
    Wrestling Rams back on the mat after COVID-19 KO

    The wrestling Rams are back—and so is the Carlucci.

    With official practices for the winter scholastic sports season underway, Port Chester had 40 wrestlers out for the wrestling team's just concluding first week of practice, down from 70 in the past due to the lingering after- effects of the coronavirus. But the team is just happy to be back because last year they were the only Port Chester team sidelined as a safety precaution because of COVID-19 and the close contact the sport demands. 
  • Madison Ostrowski signs letter of intent
to play softball for Villanova University
    Madison Ostrowski signs letter of intent to play softball for Villanova University

    It's official! Port Chester's most famous sister act will be reunited, albeit not at the high school but at a major college athletic powerhouse.

  • P.C. honors Louis Larizza Jr.
with first hoops tournament
    P.C. honors Louis Larizza Jr. with first hoops tournament

    In what promises to be an inspirational winter scholastic sports season first, Port Chester will stage the first Louis (Louie) Larizza Jr. Invitational Basketball Tournament for Boys and Girls Dec. 8, 10 and 11 in the new high school gym. The high school jersey of the former late Ram great will be retired between the girls’ and boys’ championship games Dec. 11, a Saturday.

    
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  • Letters for Santa, with your name and address on your letter so Santa can send you one back, can be dropped in the mailbox located at Port Chester Village Hall (main entrance), 222 Grace Church St., thru Fri., Dec. 10, Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Deadline for return letter is Sat., Dec. 11. 

  • Three more Eagles
from Troop 400 soar
    The three latest Eagle Scouts from Port Chester Troop 400 had their Eagle Scout Court of Honor on Saturday, Nov. 21 at the Carver Center where the troop meets. 

Government Meetings
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  • PORT CHESTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Town of Rye Courtroom, 350 North Main St., Port Chester. 6 p.m.: Interdepartmental workshop with the Board of Trustees: Quality of life initiative. 7 p.m.: Regular bimonthly meeting. Draft Agenda: 1) Swearing in ceremony for Police Lieutenant Michael Spizzirri, Police Sergeant Arthur Dusenbury, Police Sergeant Michael Giandurco, Police Officer Jared Pennella. 2) Presentation by independent auditors on FYE 5/31/21 village audit. 3) Recreation Department update. 4) Glen Avenue reconstruction update. 5) Bulkhead construction update. 6) Presentation by Anthony Gioffre III re intent to purchase village property at 7 East Broadway. 7) Presentation on redevelopment of New York United Hospital Medical Center at 406-408 Boston Post Rd and 999 High St.

Calendars
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  • 10573 In-Person Events
    The Capitol Theater, 149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester, will feature Victory the Podcast Live! Fri., Dec. 3:  Hot Tuna Acoustic Sat., Dec. 4. Central Park Dance Presents the Nutcracker, Sun., Dec. 5. Doors open at 11:30 a.m., show at 12:30 p.m. or doors open at 4 p.m., show at 5 p.m. Event is for all ages. Children ages 3 & under are admitted free provided they sit on a parent or guardian’s lap; children 4 years old and over require a ticket. moe. Fri. & Sat., Dec. 10 & 11...
  • Human Development Services of Westchester presents Cooking for H.O.P.E. II with Chef Cara Tannenbaum Wed., Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. This is a virtual fundraising event to support H.O.P.E House in Port Chester’s Clubhouse Program providing employment, education and social engagement opportunities for those they serve. 914/835-8906 ext. 11022 or bwilkin@hdsw.org.

  • Jay Heritage Center, 210 Boston Post Rd., Rye will present Princeton's Tigertones and Columbia's Metrotones in a Holiday Concert in the Gardens Sun., Dec. 5 at 1 p.m. Come celebrate the holiday season with a free outdoor a cappella performance. Nibble on treats and stay warm with a mug of hot cocoa from Jimmy’s Soft Serve. Spread the joy even further by bringing a non-perishable item for Port Chester families served by the Carver Center. They are also accepting individual donations of personal items, such as diapers. Please see the Carver Market holiday wish list at https://carvercenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/holiday-food-wish-list-1.pdf
  • Wainwright House in Rye is offering online classes on Zoom: Qi Gong, Mondays, 6-7:15 p.m. and Thurs., 11:30-12:30 p.m.;  Mindfulness Meditation, Mondays, 7:30-8 p.m. and Therapeutic Yoga, Thursdays, 12:30-1:30 p.m. www.wainwright.org.

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