Hudson Valley Home Stand
The state title hopes for Arlington and John Jay-Cross River died in their respective semifinals Saturday in Binghamton.
In Class AA, Arlington was eliminated by Clarence 5-2, while John Jay was ousted from the Class A playoffs after losing to Williamsville South 2-1.
Clarence pitcher Mark Armstrong, who was drafted in the third round by the Cincinnati Reds on Friday, struck out nine...Read more »
The Hudson Valley had three girls lacrosse teams playing in state high school semifinal matchups Friday. None, however, advanced to the championship round.
CLASS A: BALDWINSVILLE 9, SUFFERN 8 The Mounties squandered an 8-6 lead. Baldwinsville's Amari Pollard scored back-to-back goals to tie the game before Sarah Klaben delivered the game winner with 4:28 to play. Dana Gisonno and Jordan Drab...Read more »
John Jay, Arlington two wins away from state baseball titles; Tappan Zee, Marlboro eye softball championships
When John Jay-Cross River started its season with a 3-4 record, the Indians didn't exactly look like a state championship-caliber team.
But John Jay turned things around and now finds itself just two wins away from capturing a state title.
Weather permitting, the Indians (18-8) will play Williamsville South (18-2) at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Class A semifinals in Binghamton. The winner...Read more »
Bronxville boys lacrosse team plays for state title; Suffern, John Jay and Putnam Valley in girls' semis
The bad news for Bronxville High School's Grass brothers: They'll be playing their last game together on the high school level Saturday.
The good news: That game could end with them hoisting a championship trophy.
The Broncos, who are led by standout attackers Jack and Henry Grass, will face Cazenovia in the state's Class C boys lacrosse championship at 1:30 p.m. at St. John Fisher College...Read more »