Month: April 2016

George Kirby throws a pitch against Eastchester on Thursday, April 21.  Kirby struck out 10 batters in 6.1 innings of work to pick up the win over the Eagles. Photo/George Kirby
Sports

Kirby, Garnets best Eagles

On Thursday, April 21, Rye and Eastchester’s aces squared off in one of the most anticipated matchups of the 2016 season, as George Kirby and the Garnets took on Greg Satriale and the Eagles at Disbrow Park in Rye. Despite the pedigree of the hurlers, it was Rye’s bats that […]

Ally Murphy
Sports

Athlete of the Week: Ally Murphy

This week’s Athlete of the Week is Ally Murphy, a senior captain of the girls’ track team. Even though Murphy has done very well in several other events, she is known for her strong performances in the high jump. She placed first for the high jump in a recent dual […]

Fanning the flames
Opinion Sports

Fanning the flames

The one thing I love about my job is that you never know when you’re going to see something new. During the second half of an April 26 lacrosse game between Harrison and Mamaroneck, the two officials called a timeout to huddle with the opposing head coaches. But they weren’t […]

There’s an app for (even) that
Opinion

There’s an app for (even) that

New apps, the world awaits! (Or maybe not.) Footbook: Facebook for people too shy to look up. Fibr: Allows you to find fiber instantly, anywhere. KnitBit: Keeps track of how many inches you have knitted in a day. FateBit: After an actuarial table determines when you will die, stopwatch counts […]

The 2016 Senior Summit
Opinion

The 2016 Senior Summit

An event of significant proportions occurred on Sunday, April 17 at the Rye Free Reading Room. The Rye Senior Advocacy Committee, RSAC, sponsored an educational forum to bring significant information to the seniors in our community. This was a big step, in that RSAC had a small contingency of members […]