September 24, 2008 RSS feed / Sports News

Flag Hawks Down Wappingers

On Sunday September 21, 2008 the Philipstown Pop Warner Flag Hawks traveled to Highland to take on the Wappingers Giants. More...

DEC Announces Release of Pheasants for 2008 Hunting Season

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis today announced that approximately 25,000 adult pheasants will be released on lands open to public hunting for this fall's pheasant hunting season. More...

Mahopac CYO Basketball Tryouts are Scheduled

St. John's CYO Basketball will be holding tryouts for students in grades 4-5-6-7-8 at St. John's School Gym in Mahopac. Date & time of registration is determined by what grade your child is in. Please bring a check with you made out to St. More...

Philipstown Pee Wee Hawks Fall to New Paltz

The Philipstown Pee Wee Hawks traveled to New Paltz on Sunday afternoon to face off against a solid New Paltz Hurricanes team on a wonderful sunny afternoon. The Hawks record was 1-1 coming into this game and both teams came ready to play. More...

Difficult Defeat for "Mitey" Hawks

It was Saturday night in Beacon and the Philipstown Hawks were preparing for what looked to be a tough battle against the Beacon Bears. The game began with a kickoff to the Hawks that was received by Dominic Chirico on the 33-yard line. More...

Arrows Fly, Knights Fall in Philipstown Soccer Club Action

The Philipstown Arrows boys U12 team continued their impressive play, notching three first half goals in a convincing 4-1 victory over the Pelham Dragons. More...

Volkssport Club Hits the Trails in Beacon

Volkssport Club of West Point will hold a special event walk on Sunday, 5 October, in Beacon.There will be 10 km and 5 km trails for a self-guided walk. Registration will be from 9am - noon at the start point, Riverfront Park. More...

Put Valley Defense Can't Stop Run Against Edgemont

Haldane gridders improve to 2-1 in win over Valhalla

Putnam Valley High moved the ball quite well between the 20's last Friday night, but when push came to shove in the red zone the Tigers (1-2) were unable to get it done and suffered a 21-6 setback at the hands of visiting Edgemont in a League B-2 f More...

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