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Coaches of the three high-risk sports — football, volleyball, and competitive cheerleading — can now prepare for the spring when, they hope, their teams will be able to compete in the newly dubbed fall 2 season.

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The Hastings 14U baseball season ended on Thursday, Aug. 20, with an effort that left the Yellow Jackets one run short, 11-10, in their Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League semifinal against White Plains’ Hit-n-Run at the Burke Estate. The Yellow Jackets finished their season with a 15-3 ov…

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With fall starts tentatively set for Sept. 21, Hastings head football coach and guidance counselor Joe Grosso, 38, resigned last week. He is headed for Fort Mill, S.C., with his wife, Kelli, and their two children — Kaylee, 6, and Christopher, 4 — to work as a guidance counselor at Fort Mill…

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The Ardsley Country Club continued its “virtual” Westchester Swim Conference season on July 31 with its third meet, this one with the Sleepy Hollow Country Club, while the Ardsley Swim Club dove into the pool for their initial meet of the summer that same day against the Davenport Club of Ne…

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By taking two of three games this past week, the 14U Hastings Yellow Jackets improved their record to 13-2 and clinched the regular-season title and secured the top seed in the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League (GHVBL) playoffs that start this Tuesday, Aug. 18.

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The Hastings 14U Yellow Jackets improved their overall record to 7-1 in the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League with a pair of wins this past week, downing the Westchester Bulldogs, 3-1, on July 22 and notching a 4-1 victory three days later against the Putnam Valley Wild.

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The Hastings 14U Yellow Jackets’ baseball team launched their 2020 summer season in the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League (GHVBL) on July 9 with an 8-1 win over the Cobra Baseball Academy of Greenwich, Conn.

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With the cancellation of the spring high school sports season, The Rivertowns Enterprise is running a series of salutes to the seniors who did not get the chance to wrap up their careers on the field. This week will recognize the softball players.

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With the cancellation of the spring high school sports season, The Rivertowns Enterprise is running a series of salutes to the seniors who did not get the chance to wrap up their careers on the playing field. This week we honor the baseball players.

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What seemed inevitable came to fruition on May 1 when Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that schools throughout New York State would remain closed through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year, thus ending any hopes for a spring scholastic sports season.

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Almost a full year after Artie McCormack left his post as Irvington’s athletic director for a similar job at Pearl River, the district found his permanent replacement in John Buonamano.

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After being named the Enterprise softball player of the year twice, and leading the Ardsley Panthers to a state title in her final season, Lauren Rende was looking forward to playing at the Division-1 level at Manhattan College.