I know these rankings are highly anticipated. They will probably not disappoint some but also attract the fury of many. It was not easy, but I tried to remain true to the thought: If the teams played right now, who would win? The Class AA teams earned a little more… Read More →
Good news, folks. Friday night’s Somers-Poughkeepsie game will be shown LIVE on LoHud.com. I just got confirmation from our multimedia department. The game will be broadcast on LoHud.com/vcsports1 beginning at 7 p.m. You can log on there to watch the matchup of 3-0 teams.
A few items for today… • We’re only three or so hours away from the latest edition of Varsity Insider Chat. My guest today will be Iona Prep quarterback Tim Perley, who should be an interesting player to interview. He’ll join me for a bit, and then I’ll switch over… Read More →
Former Don Bosco player Donald Davis has become one of the most dominant players in the area this season for Nyack High School. Click here to view more photos and read about Davis on Varsity Insider in an upcoming feature.
A few of you have joked/complained lately about the short nature of Section 1’s regular season. Obviously, when you’re having fun, six games are over in a blink, but just think about this: There are only five games left that either will, or could, include a pair of undefeated teams…. Read More →
Fresh off two wins and with a big game looming on Sunday at Holy Cross, Iona Prep’s Tim Perley will join me this Thursday night at 7 on Varsity Insider Chat. The senior had helped the Gaels to a 2-1 start in his first season as their starting quarterback. Join… Read More →
The lead to today’s Fifth Quarter focuses on Carmel, one of the biggest of the 2010 season so far. Through three weeks, the Rams are 1-2. They games have been decided by a grand total of eight points after a four-point loss to Fox Lane and a three-point loss to… Read More →
10. Fordham’s Max Kinder: The senior completed 18 of 29 for 290 yards and two touchdowns in the Rams’ 27-17 victory over Xaverian. Fordham improved to 3-0. 9. Rye Country Day’s Sam Stern: In a low-scoring affair, Stern rushed just 14 times but gained 112 yards and scored the game’s… Read More →
OK, I have a handful of items to touch on this afternoon, so here goes: • We’re less than two hours away from the latest edition of Varsity Insider Chat. Jake Thomases and I will hand out some gameballs and talk about the news and notes from an eventful Week… Read More →
The choices have been posted in the blogroll, so now it’s time for you to vote on the Week 4 Game of the Week. I definitely believe there is no slam dunk this week so this should be interesting. Vote away!
I’m off today and very much excited about finally watching a Giants came from the comforts of my home. But I’ll be keeping up to date on today’s two games, which should help unwind the ever-unwinding web that is the CHSFL. You can follow the action on the New York… Read More →
Harrison defeated Eastchester 23-6 in a football game at Harrison high school on Saturday night.Harrison quarterback Vinnie Nicita (7) looks for some running room against the Eastchester defense, during football game at Harrison high school Sept. 25, 2010. ( Frank Becerra Jr / The Journal News ) To see more… Read More →
Kennedy Catholic played host to a fall afternoon football game against Westlake, at Kennedy Catholic in Somers. Westlake came away the winner, defeating Kennedy 34-27.Westlake’s Matt Debiase (44) finds some running room against Kennedy, during football game at Kennedy Catholic in Somers Sept. 25, 2010. ( Frank Becerra Jr /… Read More →
North Rockland’s Jonathan McCoy stretches for the end zone to score a touchdown while he is brought down by Suffern’s Andrew Lawson, right, during their football game at North Rockland. North Rockland won 28-0. See more photos of Suffern at North Rockland football
OK, we’re back for another day of football today after an eventful Friday night. Nyack unseated Rye atop (or, depending on your previous opinion, near the top) of Class A. Pelham easily dispatched of Lourdes, jumping in front of the overmatched (and, yes, very overhyped) Warriors 26-zip at half. And… Read More →