Steven Rodrigues has always faced down a challenge. Whether it be on the wrestling mat or now as a sales representative out in his adopted hom…
Steven Rodrigues has always faced down a challenge. Whether it be on the wrestling mat or now as a sales representative out in his adopted home of Denver, Colorado, Rodrigues has flourished when faced with the pressure to succeed.
One could make a very good argument that Max Mauro was the best defender to wear a Fox Lane lacrosse uniform.
Basketball has always been a part of Taj Finger’s life. Even when he tried to slip away from the game and into the business world, the allure was just too much to overcome.
Fox Lane’s Tommy Prisco is a perfect match with Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania.
Fox Lane named their annual senior sports’ awards winners June 18 and honored Quincy Downes as the male athlete of the year, while Natalie Bazyk was tabbed as the top female athlete.
Fox Lane’s Unified basketball team had four seniors on this year’s roster — Ella Wright, Dina Geronimo, Jamie Parisi and Matthew Chernis.
Perhaps no team has felt the impact of the shutting down of schools and ultimate cancellation of the spring sports’ season than the Fox Lane boys’ lacrosse team.
Back when she played for Fox Lane, Abbie Ives, Class of 2016, was regarded as one of the top goalies in all of Section I ice hockey.
Sean New didn’t know what to expect when the two professional lacrosse leagues held their annual drafts of college players this spring.
A perennial contender for the Section I/Class AA title, Fox Lane was again considered to be one of the best baseball teams in the section this fall.
When school is back in session and high school sports finally resume, hopefully sometime next fall, Fox Lane will unveil the latest gem in its Athletic Department: a 14-foot by 8-foot LED display board in the high school gym.
Head coaches Chris Dossena and Scott Petrillo welcomed 14 seniors when spring track and field practice kicked off in mid-March.
Fox Lane senior pitcher Nick Giattino remains optimistic that his final season of high school baseball can be saved.
There is Yorktown boys’ lacrosse, Mount Vernon boys’ basketball, maybe even Suffern ice hockey.
It started with a simple Twitter hashtag — #FoxesUp4heroes. That grew into a challenge of skill, strength and wit for the Fox Lane athletic community, and eventually led to a GoFundMe page that is helping the staff at Northern Westchester Hospital.
The Fox Lane ice hockey program had been making steady progress over the past two seasons.