June 17, 2009 RSS feed / Sports News

Putnam Valley falls in NYS lax semifinals

Tigers bounced by eventual state champion Manhasset Direct Rays

There is no shame in losing to the state champs. When you are beaten by the better team, sometimes it's just healthier to tip your cap, pick up the pieces, and learn from the experience. More...

3rd & 4th Grade Philipstown Highlanders

Row 1: (From left to right) Luke Junjulas, BrandonTwoguns, Corey Rundquist, Brian Kelly, Kyle Zimmerman, Henry Driscoll, Hudson Gell, Nick DiPalo, Derek Champi, Ray O'Rourke. More...

8th Grade Philipstown Highlanders

Row 1: Mike Adamsky, George Fibble, Austin Fusco, Mike Walsh, Drew Ford, Connor McCullough. Row 2: Chris Bruno, Graydon Cook, Peter Hoffmann, Mike O'Connor, Ryan Reich, Avery Anderson. More...

Centennial Golf Classic Benefits St. Christopher's

Over the last century, St. Christopher's Inn has helped tens of thousands of men change their lives. Dedicated to the rehabilitation of men in crisis, St. More...

Philipstown Recreation Department News

Phone: 424-4618 Fax: 424-4686. Website: philipstownrecreation.com F.I.S.H. Phone: 424- 4669. For your convenience registration forms are available at the Philipstown Town Clerk's Office. F.I.S.H. More...

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Haldane Varsity Baseball Seniors Michael Impellittiere (left) and Will Charkowsky. Mike will be attending Misericordia University in Dallas, PA and Will will be attending Cazenovia College in Syracuse, NY in the fall. More...

5th & 6th Grade Philipstown Highlanders

From left to right ROW 1: Ramsey Heitmann 39, Micah Adams 99, Marcus Zimmermann 26, Matthew Hard 25, Danny Heitmann 9, William Mrozik 21. More...

Knights Blast Pelham, Fall to Rye

The Philipstown Knights soccer squad took to the field for a pair of matches this weekend with mixed results. On Saturday, the Knights visited Pelham and, behind a pair of goals from Sarah Warren, routed the Tornados 5-0. More...

Philipstown 13th Consecutive PLAY Day

If you happened to be out and about in the local area on Saturday June 6, you probably thought Philipstown had experienced a sudden population explosion when you saw the large numbers of adults and kids swarming the Garrison School and Town Park at More...

Weekly Poll

Construction on the Pudding Street overpass won't start until 2019. What are your thoughts?
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