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Hastings will field a team in the pilot flag football league in Section 1 this season. The league was launched by the state in six sections and has been funded by the New York Giants, Buffalo Bills, New York Jets, and Nike. There are 48 schools competing across the state and nine in Section 1.

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While sidelined with ACL injuries during her junior and senior basketball seasons at St. Thomas Aquinas College, Riley Chevrier figured out what else she wanted to do with her future. Chevrier was studying to become a teacher but she also discovered that she had an interest in coaching.

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Hastings senior Paige Martin came out at halftime with a determined look on her face as the top-seeded Yellow Jackets were trailing fifth-seeded Putnam Valley in the Section 1 Class B semifinals Thursday, March 3, at her school’s Cochran Gym.

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It was Josh Thigpen’s final home game in a Hastings uniform and the senior went out with a bang. Thigpen scored a game-high 26 points to lead the third-seeded Yellow Jackets to a dominant 82-52 win over No. 11 North Salem in the Section 1 Class B quarterfinals on Saturday, Feb. 26.

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After making states as a freshman and sophomore, Dobbs Ferry’s Olivia Deakins didn’t ski last season, choosing instead to attend a golf academy in South Carolina for the 2020-21 school year. But Deakins returned to the slopes as a senior and picked up right where she left off by qualifying f…

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It is a grand stage for any high school wrestler — to walk for the first time at the New York State wrestling championships in front of thousands of people at the MVP Arena in Albany. It can be awe-inspiring, and make even an experienced wrestler a little nervous.

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Ardsley’s cheerleading team only participated in the preliminary round at the National High School Cheerleading Championship, yet still relished the experience of competing on the grand stage at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla. The meet took place from Feb. 11-13.