Mary Cain could be a rich girl tomorrow, but she and her family are carefully weighing their options before making a decision about whether Bronxville’s 17-year-old track sensation will turn pro in the near future.
Cain still has a year of high school left, but she runs exclusively in high-profile competitions against elite professional and college runners. She breaks high school and junior...Read more »
After revealing to his team Monday that he's gay, Saunders High School basketball coach Anthony Nicodemo has become a minor celebrity, especially in social media and among the online LGBT community.
Here’s a sampling of reactions to Nicodemo’s announcement on Twitter:
Jeff Borzello covers college basketball for CBSSports.com.
Kudos. Took some courage to do this. RT @SaundersHoops:...Read more »
A father-son coaching duo with Westchester ties are headed to the NBA.
First-year Sacramento Kings coach Mike Malone hired his father, Brendan Malone, as an assistant coach, the team announced Tuesday.
Brendan Malone played at Iona College, graduating from the New Rochelle school in 1962.
“I'm excited to add a coach with the breadth of basketball knowledge my father provides,"...Read more »
Westchester, Rockland and Hudson Valley have produced their share of standout athletes over the years.
While many have chosen to sit on the sidelines when it comes to social media, others have hit a home run, doing a great job of engaging with their fans or just simply entertaining their followers.
Here are Hudson Valley Home Stand’s picks for the top five Twitter accounts run by homegrown...Read more »
Tarrytown native Brett Pesce, a defenseman for the University of New Hampshire, is projected to be selected in the first three rounds of the June 30 NHL draft. Read more about him here.
Here’s a glimpse of what analysts are saying about the former Sleepy Hollow/Irvington standout:
Central Scouting's David Gregory told NHL.com: "He's one of the best defenders I've seen at his draft...Read more »
The Hudson Valley Renegades begin their 20th season Monday night, hoping to build on the momentum of a 2012 New York-Penn League championship.
The Renegades, the short-season Class A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, are bringing a new look to Dutchess Stadium for 2013. The team will debut new colors: light blue, silver and nlack, new uniforms and a new Rascal, the team's enduring mascot.
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Two days after Rye native Colin Moran was picked sixth overall by the Miami Marlins, four other players with Hudson Valley ties had their names called in Major League Baeball's first-year player draft Saturday.
Marist College had two players drafted: junior pitcher Kevin McCarthy and senior shortstop Zach Shank.
McCarthy, a 6-foot-3 right-hander from Malverne, was selected in the 16th...Read more »
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 »
Marlboro recorded a dramatic semifinal victory over previously undefeated Chatham, the defending Class B state champion, on Saturday, but the Iron Dukes came up short in the championship game later in the day, falling to Windsor 2-1 in Queensbury.
Windsor (23-1) scored both of its run in the third inning, scoring on a sacrifice fly by Emma Benson and an error by Marlboro (23-2).
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Things were looking good for Bronxville in its Class C state championship game against Cazenovia on Saturday.
The Broncos led 5-1 after the first period and 8-3 late in the first half. But the Lakers answered with eight second-half goals en route to a 13-11 victory in Rochester.
Jack Grass led Bronxville (22-2) with three goals and four assists. Henry Grass and Brewster Warble added...Read more »