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It was getting dark out, the sun setting below the horizon, dark grey sky overhead, and the temperature was dropping, but the racers were still making their way around the track at Irvington High School last Friday, Jan. 20.

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The Hastings Recreation Basketball Program moved into high gear in the seven games of Jan. 21, as the players clearly grew more comfortable both with their own play and with the play of their teammates.

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After a two-and-a-half-year hiatus induced by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Hastings Recreation Basketball Program roared back to life on Saturday, Jan. 7. Sixteen teams across grades 3 through 6 played a highly charged slate of games, dominated by that rare blend of competition and camaraderie…

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With his team railing by one at the half, Hastings girls’ varsity coach Patrick Theodule knew his Yellow Jackets would need to step up and play strong defense if they were going to pull out a win on the road last Friday, Dec. 16, at Pleasantville.

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This might have been the turning point that Dobbs Ferry boys’ varsity basketball coach Scott Petrillo has been waiting for. Trailing late in the second quarter on Dec. 15, the Eagles started to put it together. Dobbs Ferry went on a 10-3 run to take a 33-27 lead into halftime, and the moment…

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This early in the competition, some swimmers have reason to start thinking about the postseason. Even in December, Irvington’s Finn Franks has already earned a trip to the New York State championships after making the qualifying cut in two events at a home meet on Dec. 12 at the Ardsley Midd…

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Dobbs Ferry senior Lucy Walker had been here before, just about a year ago, so she knew what to expect and what was at stake as she took her place on the starting block for the 200-yard freestyle race at the New York State championships on Nov. 19 at the Webster Aquatic Center in upstate New York.

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As the sky grew darker and the snowflakes grew larger, it looked like the Irvington girls’ varsity soccer team was playing inside a snow globe during the state championship game under the lights at upstate Cortland High School on Nov. 13. 

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For Dobbs Ferry senior Lucy Walker it was one more chance to add to her list of accomplishments during her high school swimming career, and she knew what to expect. She had been here before as she prepared to swim in her final Section 1 championship meet at Felix Festa Middle School in West …

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It was a promising start to the Section 1 Class C championship game on Nov. 12 at Mahopac High School. Dobbs Ferry marched down the field on a lengthy 18-play drive that chewed up almost 9 minutes and culminated in a 9-yard touchdown run from senior Brian Dann.

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All year long they have been saying the same thing: the goal was nothing short of a Section 1 championship. Ask any of the girls on the Irvington varsity soccer team and they would tell you how last year left a bitter taste, and with just about everybody back they were determined to rewrite …

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After handily defeating Pearl River during the regular season, fourth-seeded Ardsley found itself in a five-point hole at halftime to the Pirates in the Section 1 Class B quarterfinals on Oct. 29. But the Panthers pulled it together in the second half to earn a 22-19 win over No. 5 Pearl River.

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Girls’ swimmers from all around Section 1 started their postseason on Oct. 29, when all the teams competed in four different Conference Championship tournaments around the section trying to earn a spot as a qualifier for the upcoming Section 1 championships.

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With several players out of the starting lineup and losing its home field advantage, Irvington might have had reason for concern going into the first round of the Section 1 Class B tournament as the No. 3 seed Bulldogs hosted No.14-seed Albertus Magnus.

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As they walked off the field with big smiles on their faces, the Hastings Yellow Jackets knew they had already accomplished so much during the 2022 season. The Jackets defeated rival Irvington for the second time this season and, on top of that, Hastings earned the Conference 3 League A Cham…

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Don’t let the record fool you. While the Ardsley varsity volleyball team has had its share of losses this year, notching an 8-6 overall record, everyone knows the Panthers have faced a tough schedule given that coach Dave Ponterio likes to play the toughest competition to prepare for the playoffs.