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This will be a fall season unlike any other. There will be no football, volleyball, competitive cheerleading, or girls’ swimming, all of which were pushed back to the “fall 2” season that will commence March 1.

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The Section I Executive Committee voted on Sept. 24 to postpone the start of girls’ swimming and diving to March 1, during a season that will also include football, volleyball, and competitive cheerleading.

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Though running cross country fits in with the social distancing guidelines, the thought of more than 50 students lined up shoulder-to-shoulder for the start of a sectional race or invitational raises questions about whether such events will happen. At present, New York State does not allow o…

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“Exciting,” “challenging,” and “different” are some of the words Rivertowns student-athletes used to describe the delayed fall sports seasons of soccer, tennis, field hockey, and cross country.

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Dobbs Ferry native Eric Paschall’s breakout initial season for the Golden State Warriors earned the former Eagle a spot on the NBA’s 2019-2020 All-Rookie Team.

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Football, volleyball, and competitive cheerleading have been ruled out for this fall. The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced on Sept. 9 that the seasons for those sports — deemed high-risk for spreading Covid-19 — would be postponed until March 1.

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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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