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Amanda Hartzell picks up a ground ball on April 13. Hartzell had three goals and an assist.
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Garnets edge North Rockland

On April 13, the Rye girls’ lacrosse team won a tough spring break test, topping a good North Rockland squad 12-10 at home. For the Garnets, the victory was not only an affirmation of the strides being made by the club’s younger players, it was also a statement game for […]

Buyer, beware
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Buyer, beware

It may suggest a major character flaw on my part, but I’m the kind of guy who doesn’t have a whole lot of sympathy for people who allow themselves to get duped. Now, I’m not a monster; I’m not talking about old people who get bilked out of their Social […]

Town celebrates Cecere’s life
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Town celebrates Cecere’s life

There are an awful lot of people who have stories about Dom Cecere. That part is hardly surprising; when you’ve been a fixture in the community for over half a century, the tales begin to pile up. But as hundreds of people gathered on Eastchester High School’s baseball field on […]

Corey Parker swings at a pitch on April 3. Park had an RBI for the Panthers. Photos/Mike Smith
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Panthers drop opener

After a rain-soaked preseason, the Rye Neck baseball team finally got on the field on Monday, April 3, to play in their first regular season contest. Although head coach Joe Carlucci admitted that a few Panthers miscues doomed the team to a 4-3 loss to Croton-Harmon, he is confident that […]

Billy Chabot fends off a defender at Rye High School. Chabot had three goals in a Rye win.
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Rye tops Tigers in opener

The area lacrosse season opened up on March 28, as two local squads hit the turf to kick off the 2017 campaign. Although Mamaroneck would drew first blood, it was ultimately Rye—in their first game under new head coach Steve Lennon—that would come away with the win, overcoming a slow […]