Honoring Sleepy Hollow High School Scholar Athletes

The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns is proud to announce that all varsity teams qualified as NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Teams for Fall Season I. These teams include varsity girl’s tennis, varsity boys soccer,... Read more »

Ossining’s 1 and Only Obi Toppin – A Slam-Dunk 1st Round Pick by N.Y. Knicks 

It’s great to see someone you coached make it to the big time.   Sometimes, the excitement makes it hard to describe how that feels.  “It means so much,” said Ossining Pride basketball coach Mike Casey, about one of his former players, Obi Toppin, being drafted in November by the... Read more »

Major Changes in Baseball’s Minors Bring Yankees North

Starting in 2021, the Renegades will play as part of the Yankees’ farm system  It wasn’t that long ago that a night out at the ballpark would have sounded like a normal... Read more »

Congratulations! to River Towns Student-Athletes Who Have Signed a National Letter of Intent 

Managed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), a National Letter of Intent (NLI) is “a binding agreement between a prospective student-athlete and an NLI member institution.” By signing the letter, a prospective student-athlete agrees to attend... Read more »

Irvington High School boasts six Scholar-Athlete Teams

Irvington High School’s six fall teams were named Scholar-Athlete Teams by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. They earned the title by having each team’s members maintain a GPA... Read more »

A Special Softball Player Scores a Special Honor  

With excitement in her voice, SUNY Cortland alumna Jamie Bucci recalls the day she found out she was named to the All-Decade team of the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC). “It’s such an honor,” says... Read more »

Four Briarcliff Seniors Attend National Letter of Intent Ceremony

All four student athletes signed letters of intent to play sports at Division I colleges and universities next year. The students will participate in fencing, diving, lacrosse and soccer teams at Duke... Read more »

Hen Hud Students Champion Used Sporting Goods for Underprivileged Kids

The next time you are in your garage (or basement or attic), take a look around. Chances are you will see a box or a bag full of soccer balls, baseball mitts, or tennis... Read more »

Local Cat Doc Preparing for His Next Life-Saving ‘Run-Raiser’

Paws Crossed Animal Rescue will once again be one of the recipients of support from a very unique and inspirational fundraising event. Dr. Peter Soboroff, a Dobbs Ferry resident and a veterinarian... Read more »

This Fall, the Catcher Isn’t the Only Player with a Mask 

Dining out isn’t the only leisure activity the pandemic has brought to its knees.   It’s only recently that we are seeing the long-awaited, yet still restricted, return to action of recreational and... Read more »