October 20, 2004 RSS feed / Sports News

Haldane’s Girls Teams Continue to Roll

The Haldane Girls Volleyball team improved their record to 13-2 with a decisive victory over Vallhalla. It was all the Blue Devils as they won in three sets 25-10, 25-9, and 25-11. More...

Over 32,000 Acres of City Water Supply Lands to be Open for Hunting Season

Commissioner Christopher O. Ward of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced recently that deer hunting on over 32,000 acres of City water supply lands will be available in 2004 by bow, gun and muzzleloader. More...

A Veteran Comes to Putnam Valley Athletics

Veteran Pete Kuczma, formerly of Horace Greeley (1982-2002), was hired as the Putnam Valley Central School District More...

Hawks Jr Peewee Blow Away Fallsburg 20-0

At the start of the game the Hawks kicked off to Fallsburg with heavy defense by Lucas Lahey, Austin Fusco, Ed Mrozik with Frank Fusco intercepting the ball. More...

Junior Midget Hawks Finish in a Tie for First Place

On Saturday night, the Hawks of Philipstown defeated the Raiders of N. Dutchess by a score of 20 - 7. With the victory, the Hawks ended the regular season at 5-1. Good enough to finish in a tie for first place with the Beacon Bears. More...

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