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  • B.B. girls’ hoops delighted by huge homecoming win

    The Blind Brook girls’ varsity basketball team had their best week yet. The Lady Trojans had a week filled with two wins and one loss. The first victory came against the Keio Unicorns on Wednesday, Feb. 6 and was followed by a tremendous win over Rye Neck on the Trojans’ homecoming on Friday, Feb. 8. Finally, the Trojans suffered a loss to the strong Bronxville Broncos on Monday, Feb. 11.

  • Trio of wrestling Rams make the All-Section team

    For the first time in a decade, the Port Chester wrestling Rams came away with three wrestlers making the All-Section team out of the seven who qualified for the Sectionals last weekend at Arlington and Clarkstown South (2/9/10 respectively).

  • 'Blue Madness' basketball fun fundraiser big success with cops vs teachers' game

    Basketball's annual March Madness came to Port Chester last Thursday (2/7), albeit a few weeks early and with a method to the madness, that method including scoring fundraising dollars to the max by staging a fun game between the Port Chester High School teachers and staff versus the Port Chester Police Department to benefit the Rams and Lady Rams hoop programs.

  • Hockey Titans head into playoffs on an 11-game winning streak

    This was a very important week of play for the Rye Town/Harrison hockey team.

    Coming into the week, the Titans had a record of 14-3 which was good enough to keep them as a frontrunner to lock-in or at least tie for the division title. 
  • Hoop Rams, Lady Rams play like pro Knicks

    It was the not-so-great pro-basketball New York Knicks point guard Michael (Sugar) Ray Richardson who described his woeful Knicks teams (circa 1979-82) with the memorably prophetic description: "The ship indeed be sinkin,’” words that are as true now as they were then.

  • Trojans’ hoops move to 7-0 in league play, 15-3 overall
    The Blind Brook boys’ varsity basketball team has now won 11 straight games after tallying four more over Keio Academy, Rye Neck, Graphics Campus, and Bronxville, respectively. All these wins were by double-digit margins, something the Trojans have managed to pull off in almost every victory this season. 
  • Ice hockey Titans on a roll with 9-game winning streak
    The polar vortex may have frozen most of the U.S. last week, but the Rye Town/Harrison Titans were nothing short of hot. 
  • B.B. hoops jumps to 11-3 after seven consecutive wins
    Consistency is key. Just ask the Blind Brook boys’ varsity basketball team, who have won their last seven consecutive games after beginning the season 1-2. 
  • Lady Rams keep playing losing hoops, but feeder program help is on the way

    It was the end of the first half and the young, unranked and unsung Lady Rams basketball team was going into the locker room tied 31-31 with Mount Vernon. the number one-ranked team in the state.

  • B.B. girls’ basketball loses three in a row
    The Blind Brook girls’ varsity basketball team had a busy week, but sadly it was filled with losses
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  • RYE BROOK BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Meeting Room, Village Hall, 938 King St., Rye Brook. 7:30 p.m.: Public meeting. Draft agenda: 1) Considering the appeal for a tree removal permit denial at 48 Lawridge Dr. 2) Considering setting a public hearing on a proposed local law modifying chapter re parking on Osborne Place. 3) Considering setting a public hearing modifying the village code re plastic carry-out bags...

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  • 10573 Events
    BIG HEAD TODD AND THE MONSTERS. The Capitol Theatre, 149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester. Ages 18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Doors open at 6:30; show at 7:30 p.m. Also performing: JJ Grey & Mofro, Big Head Todd and The Monsters will have you reminiscing on old school rock, while JJ Grey & Mofro’s presence is a startling funk rave-up. 
  • Nearby Events
    MEET AUTHOR VICTORIA CAPUTO. Mamaroneck Public Library, 136 Prospect St., Mamaroneck. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Victoria was in elementary school in Port Chester when her family moved to Greenwich, Ct. When she was in middle school, things took a turn for the worse, and her loneliness and depression resulted in a suicide attempt Jan. 14, 2013.
  • Arts & Entertainment
    BURIED TREASURES OF THE SILK ROAD: CURATOR’S TALK. Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Dr., Greenwich. 1-2 p.m. Bruce Museum Registrar and Curator Kirsten Reinhardt will discuss the exhibition that features the Fred and Jane Brooks Collection of Chinese tomb art, as well as objects and antiquities form the permanent collection. 
  • TEMPLE SHOLOM. 300 E. Putnam Ave., Greenwich. 8:30 a.m.: Minyan services. Rabbi Mitchell M. Hurvitz, Rabbi Chaya Bender, Cantor Sandy Bernstein. 203/869-7191.

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