John Jay put the finishing touches on a perfect Fall 2 season by sweeping a tri-team event April 7, downing Ursuline the next day, winning bot…
John Jay remained unbeaten on the season with an impressive four-set victory over visiting Yorktown on April 10 in Cross River.
John Jay remained unbeaten, handing visiting Fox Lane a three-set sweep April 1 in Cross River.
Jon Connelly and Nick Giardina each rushed for more than 100 yards and the John Jay defense limited visiting Walter Panas to just 46 yards of total offense as the host Wolves manhandled the Panthers, 35-0, under the lights in Cross River March 26.
John Jay renewed their rivalry with Fox Lane March 25 in Bedford and downed the host Foxes in four sets. Kaitlyn Varriale paced the victorious Wolves with 13 kills in the 28-15, 25-13, 21-25 and 25-11 win.
John Jay used a pair of late scores to put away host Yorktown in a 21-0 shutout of the host Cornhuskers March 20.
John Jay is off to a good start to the abbreviated Fall 2 volleyball season, posting sweeps of its first two opponents.
Fox Lane and John Jay each made late runs in their Putnam-Northern Westchester Large Schools’ quarterfinal games, but both came up short on March 10.
The John Jay girls’ swimming team opened a recent stretch by sweeping a tri-team meet on March 22 that included two-time defending Section I champion SHEDI and White Plains.
Natalie Pence scored 17 points and pulled down a dozen rebounds as host Fox Lane downed rival Horace Greeley, 55-19, March 1 in Bedford.
Fox Lane completed a sweep of their home-and-home series with Horace Greeley with a 49-37 victory March 3 in Bedford.
The combined ski team from John Jay/North Salem made it a clean sweep of the sectional team titles Feb. 25 at Thunder Ridge in Patterson.
Fox Lane closed out their week with a 55-19 win over visiting Horace Greeley on March 1 behind a 17-point effort from Natalie Pence.
Fox Lane completed a sweep of its home-and-home series with John Jay, posting a 63-35 win Feb. 27 in Cross River.
Fox Lane completed a sweep of its home-and-home series with John Jay after a 61-52 win on Senior Day, Feb. 27 in Bedford.
The John Jay bowling teams finished the season on a high note with the boys winning the Northern Westchester Regional championship Feb. 25 at the Cortlandt Lanes in Cortlandt Manor.
Fox Lane rebounded from a rough opening afternoon loss to Rye with a feel-good 59-57 victory at Yorktown on Feb. 17.
It didn’t take long for Trevor Zegras to find out what it is like to play in the National Hockey League.
The John Jay/North Salem ski teams picked up where they left off last season, posting dominant performances as the boys and girls each swept Scarsdale and Horace Greeley on Feb. 10 at Catamount Mountain Resort in Hillsdale.
Despite losing four starters from a year ago, John Jay head coach Patrick Heaton refuses to point to that fact as a reason for not succeeding this season.
“High-risk” sports at Fox Lane and John Jay are up and running after a slight delay caused by guidelines sent out to school districts on Feb. 2 delayed the start several days.
On his first full day in office, Jan. 21, President Joseph Biden caused a stir in the high school sports’ community with his signing of a federal order that would allow transgender women to participate in female sports.
Finally, a light at the end of the tunnel.
Waiting for a final say on whether there will be a girls’ basketball season this winter has been hard on coaches, players and administrators alike.
Last Feb. 10, it was all John Jay/North Salem atop the leader boards at the Section I girls’ skiing championships at Hunter Mountain.
As the calendar turned to 2021, student-athletes who planned on participating in basketball, ice hockey, competitive cheerleading and wrestling remain in a holding pattern as they await word on the fate of their seasons.
When the novel COVID-19 virus made its way from China to our shores early in 2020, it turned our everyday lives upside down.
John Jay’s Ashley Schafer knew from the moment she stepped on the Brown University campus in Providence, Rhode Island, that it was where she wanted to continue her education and lacrosse career. Everything felt right.
A chance visit to the University of Miami campus — the “U” as it is called in sports’ circles — helped Fox Lane senior swimmer Emily Grasso decide to attend the Florida school and continue her career as a member of the Hurricanes.
In cross-country, competing in Milton in Ulster County, Fox Lane’s boys put together a dominant performance in winning the Block 1 boys’ team title Nov. 7.
John Jay picked up goals from Sophia DiFalco and Zoe Eliades and downed host Rye, 2-1, on an unseasonably warm Nov. 7 afternoon.
It probably felt like an eternity since the John Jay girls celebrated a goal.
There will be championships decided in Section I for this abbreviated fall season.
Winning the league in cross-country is becoming a bit of a tradition around the Fox Lane boys’ cross-country team, and that habit has become one that is hard to break.
In what turned out to be a light week on the field, John Jay won their only outing, blanking visiting Walter Panas, 6-0, Oct. 21, in Cross River.
The Bedford Hills/Katonah Hawks won the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League Varsity B Division Championship by defeating Heat Baseball, 9-2, Oct. 25, at Bedford Hills Memorial Park.
John Jay showed it is a contender for a sectional crown this shortened season after the Wolves battled to a 1-1 draw against host Byram Hills in Armonk Oct. 22.
Fox Lane picked up their first win of the season, downing visiting Scarsdale B, 6-0, on Senior Day Oct. 24 in Bedford.
John Jay opened the season by flexing their muscles in a pair of routs, defeating host Hendrick Hudson, 8-0, on Oct. 13 in Montrose and then blanking visiting Yorktown, 6-0, two days later in Cross River.
Cole Fergusson had two goals for the Wolves, while Aiden Oates and Jonah Peris tallied one apiece as visiting John Jay opened their season with a 4-0 win at Edgemont Oct. 14.
There will be no football, volleyball and competitive cheerleading this fall.
As the New York State Public High School Association continues to meet on the immediate future of high school sports during the pandemic, there is evidence of slow but clear progress on solidifying plans.
Most fall high school sports should be a “go,” but a few will remain a “no” for now.