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 »
New Rochelle native Ray Rice stood just feet away from President Barack Obama as he congratulated the Baltimore Ravens on their Super Bowl XLVII championship on the White House's South Lawn on Wednesday. Rice, the team's Pro Bowl running back, tweeted a photo of himself at the event along along with a simple message: "Truly blessed."
At the ceremony, in which Obama was presented...Read more »
Colin Moran, the University of North Carolina star third baseman who played at Iona Prep, is expected to be a top-10 pick – and possibly go first overall – in Major League Baseball's first-year player draft, which begins Thursday. Read more about Moran and the draft here.
Here's what some pundits are saying about the 6-foot-3 lefty.
ESPN's Keith Law wrote: “The buzz within the industry...Read more »