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Olivia Dunn throws a pitch on May 23. Dunn had seven strikeouts in the win.
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Rye Neck headed to finals

During last season’s softball playoffs, an upstart team from Albertus Magnus dashed Rye Neck’s high hopes, handing the No. 1 seed a stunning defeat in the opening round. On May 23, in the Class C quarterfinals, Rye Neck returned the favor, rallying late to top the Falcons 4-1. According to […]

Myles Burbank throws a pitch against Nyack on May 20. Burbank was solid, but the Indians edged the Garnets 4-3. Photo/Mike Smith
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Garnets iced by Indians

With a 4-3 loss to Nyack in the first round of the Class A playoffs on May 20, Rye’s baseball season may have come to an end, but the Garnets future still looks bright. With a young team that overachieved in 2017, it seems likely that Rye will be in […]

A drawn-out loss
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A drawn-out loss

As long as I follow sports, I don’t think I’ll ever suffer another loss quite as painful Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS. The storyline was about as rich as it gets in sports: My Red Sox, trying to end an 85-year curse, jumping out to an early lead against […]

The Mamaroneck defense clamps down on a Garnet attacker on May 8.
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Tigers rout Rye

After suffering a hard-luck loss to league rival Scarsdale on May 4, Mamaroneck bounced back in a big way on Monday, routing a tough Rye team 15-2. For the Tigers, the win may have been the team’s most complete performance of the year, and should serve to build confidence as […]

Long ball lifts Huskies
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Long ball lifts Huskies

On May 2, the Huskies and Garnets squared off in a softball rivalry game at Harrison High School. And although the two teams traded zeros early in the contest, it was the home team that broke through first, riding timely hitting and a tremendous pitching performance from Tamara Day to […]