Michael Iachetta

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Rams lose two of four games as playoff stretch run begins

"To err is human; to forgive divine," is one of the famous quotations from "An Essay on Criticism," one of the first major poems penned by English writer Alexander Pope (1688-1744), published in 1711.

Lady Rams come out flat at start against Fox Lane and pay the price in 12-0 softball shutout loss

When you are a veteran coach seasoned by the ebb and flow of Ws and Ls, sporting cliches are part of the game.

Port Chester T&F team's final dual meet time trials leading up to Penn Relays go off minus a gunman

The gunman didn't show up, but the whistleblower did. And that was all it took for the Port Chester Track & Field team to get off and running in their dual meet against White Plains and Lakeland/Panas at the high school last Monday (4/15).

3 Port Chester Ram and Lady Ram T&F teams compete in Penn Relays for first time since 2013

The Penn Relays is America's oldest and largest Track & Field competition. The University of Pennsylvania has hosted the annual track and field event at Franklin Field in West Philadelphia—the country’s oldest college stadium—every year since 1895.

Pirate Relays coaching time trials cram course in selecting Port Chester picks for Penn Relays

New Port Chester head Track & Field coach Greg Domestico has been away from coaching three sports at his alma mater for more than a decade now.

Lady Rams softball coach stresses the positives despite 3 consecutive losses in downward spiral

Lady Rams softball coach Jeanine Maiolini keeps saying and doing the right thing even when things are going wrong for her team.

Rams tie Mamaroneck thanks to a last-ditch clutch homer

It was just a matter of time. And Rams senior slugger John (Tommy) Tomassetti didn't disappoint. He saved his breakout swing for exactly the right time.

Port Chester and Blind Brook score 52 combined runs with Lady Rams outlasting Lady Trojans in 31-21 win

Strange things were happening as the world seemed to be spinning out of control. First came the earthquake, the eclipse and a bridge struck by a ship collapsing in Baltimore.

Ram wrestlers score at N.J. War on the Shore

They call it the "War at the Shore," and while it isn't anything resembling a real war, it is the name for a very competitive and prestigious off-season wrestling tournament in Wildwood, N.J., a popular five-mile island with all kinds of touristy attractions on the Jersey Shore.

Rams tennis coach goes from hoops to nets as new PCHS spring season gets underway

As the tennis balls came across the nets in continuous volleys, Rams head coach Craig Holcomb watched his players hit their practice shots with varying degrees of pace and expertise as the new season was about to get underway—and thought back to another Port Chester team he had coached, the last Rams basketball team to make the semi-finals of the Section 1 playoffs at the County Center in White Plains.

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