October 17, 2007 RSS feed / Sports News

Philipstown Flag Hawks Fall to Raiders

On Sunday October 14 the Philipstown Flag Hawks traveled to Newburgh to take on the Raiders from Northern Dutchess. Things started off well for the Hawks as they won the opening coin toss and elected to receive the ball first. More...

Haldane Spikes Defending Mass. Champs and John Jay

No matter how you sliced it, both teams were going to be tested Monday when reigning Section 1 Class D volleyball champion Haldane visited Class A power John Jay. More...

O'Neill Girls JV Soccer Wins Three, Loses One

JV girls soccer traveled to Monticello, winning 4-2 on Oct. 4. Top scorer Siera Dillman continues to lead the offensive drive for O'Neill. Her shot off an assist from Holly Fraser came only 4:29 into the game. More...

Downstate Volleyball Club Hosts Parent Information Meetings

Downstate Juniors will be running a Parent Information Meeting pm Wednesday, October 24 at 7pm. They'll go over everything that you might want to know about Downstate's upcoming club volleyball season. More...

Reservoir Dogs Sweep Ardsley

The Reservoir Dogs improved to 9 wins and 4 loses in Westchester Baseball Association league play with a doubleheader sweep over Ardsley 12- 3 and 4-0. More...

Philipstown Junior Pee Wee Hawks Defeat Hyde Park

Coming off a tough loss two weeks ago to New Paltz, the Philipstown Junior Pee Wee Hawks came back this week to defeat Hyde Park in a hard fought game 13-12 at Hyde Park. More...

Tigers Football Makes History; Win League, Reach Playoffs For 1st Time

No.3 Put Valley to host No.6 Westlake Saturday

As a relatively new high school, seven years in the making now, Putnam Valley High experiences a lot of historical firsts… you know; "That's the first 1,000-point scorer in our history, the first state title in field hockey history, the firs More...

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