Scholar Athlete of the Month – Aidan Daly

Growing up, Aidan Daly didn’t see himself as an ideal athlete or student. He struggled with hand-eye coordination and ADD; however, after years of hard work and dedication both in academics and in backyard... Read more »

Residents Successful Pitch Lands Westchester its First Cricket Pitch 

A new notch in Westchester’s history was created this summer with the Town of Greenburgh’s installation of a cricket field at Richard Presser Park in Hartsdale. The cricket pitch is the first of its kind in the County and stands as a testament... Read more »

Feeding Westchester, Stop & Shop and Westchester Knicks Team Up to Fight Hunger

Can you picture Thanksgiving without a turkey? Well, neither can we. Many families across the United States and right here in Westchester face that reality as they gather at the table to... Read more »

Westchester Knicks Look to Build on Last Season’s Success

The two-week Training Camp for the Westchester Knicks will be coming to a close this week at the MSG Training Facility. Their season will begin on Saturday, November 9th at the Westchester... Read more »

Top Five Bars to Watch Football in the River Towns

With the World Series now over – Congrats Nationals! – it’s time to turn our full-attention to the gridiron. In case you were too busy rooting for the boys of summer deep... Read more »

Westchester Knicks Announce 2019-20 Coaching Staff Additions

The Westchester Knicks, the official NBA G League affiliate of the New York Knicks, and first-year head coach Derrick Alston, announced the hiring of Lisa C. Willis and Allen Deep as assistant... Read more »

Who is Westchester County’s Greatest-Ever Sports Star?

Some iconic sporting heroes have been born in Westchester County or have had strong links to the area over the years. Who is the most famous of them all? Mariano Rivera –... Read more »

Local Football Update and Franklin Pierce Prediction

You aren’t likely to find college football odds for the Pace University Setters football games. In fact, the NE10 is pretty much ignored at all major sports media and sports statistics sites.... Read more »

Baby, It’s Cold Inside: My Trip Inside a Cryotherapy Chamber

It was one of those hot, sticky, 90-degree-plus New York mid-August days, and I was freezing. Literally. In fact, I was subjecting myself to -300° Fahrenheit to see what all the fuss is... Read more »

A Mixed Start for Pro Football in New York

We don’t look to professional sports too often, but given the start of the NFL season this past weekend it seemed a good time to check in on New York’s three teams.... Read more »