Lakeside opened the 2021 summer Northern Westchester Swim Conference season with wins over Pocantico on July 13, Mount Pleasant on July 17 and…
John Jay captured both ends of the home-and-home series with rival Fox Lane to post a sweep of the Foxes.
Everett Banks and Will Shepherd had three goals and one assist apiece to lead visiting Fox Lane to a 12-5 win at Ossining May 29.
Fox Lane had their hitting shoes on in a pair of dominating wins this past week, going up 11-3 against visiting Clarkstown North on May 27 and 12-1 versus Horace Greeley in Chappaqua on June 1.
John Jay opened the week with an 8-5 loss to visiting Hendrick Hudson May 20 in Cross River but bounced back with wins over Pelham and Horace Greeley the following two days.
Wins don’t come easy at the varsity level in high school sports. After picking up a win against Arlington back on May 17, Fox Lane hoped to continue their good play against three tough teams in Horace Greeley, Brewster and Bronxville.
John Jay’s busy week on the links opened with a split a tri-school match at Centennial Golf Course in Carmel May 19 and ended with a win over rival Fox Lane and a league crown.
It remained tough sledding for John Jay this past week as they opened with losses on the road at Somers May 20 and then at home two days later to Mamaroneck.
John Jay found a way to win, again.
Harvey’s ace softball pitcher did it again. In a 14-0 win on the road on May 12 in West Simsbury, Connecticut, senior Kathryn Ogg of Bedford Corners hurled a no-hitter against The Master’s School for the second time this season.
John Jay boys was blanked by visiting Harrison, 7-0, May 11 in Cross River.
Fox Lane’s Everett Banks is on a roll. And so are the Foxes.
This is why they play the game on the field.
Fox Lane’s Nick Cutaia banged out four hits and knocked in five runs as the host Foxes routed Ossining 15-5 on May 12 in Bedford.
As the world tries to work its way back to normalcy during the pandemic, sports teams are doing the same. With less time to prepare for games and less time to get ready for challenges, teams are being met with a lot of uncertainty and a lot to adjust to. The Fox Lane girls lacrosse team’s la…
The Fox Lane girls’ distance medley relay team captured a first-place finish at the 53rd Annual Glenn D. Loucks Games at White Plains High School.
John Jay kicked off the week with a 16-4 rout of host Somers May 6.
In gold, John Jay posted a 10-stroke win over Byram Hills at the Waccabuc Country Club May 6.
Michael Lombardi showcased his pitching and hitting talents to open this past week for Fox Lane, first combining with Aidan Hicks on a three-hitter of R.C. Ketcham on May 6, then stroking two home runs, including the game-winner in the ninth inning in the following day’s 6-5 win over Mahopac…
The John Jay girls’ lacrosse team rebounded from a loss at Bronxville with a 12-8 victory at Pelham May 8 behind a six-goal, one-assist effort by Caroline Panzirer.
John Jay 14, White Plains 1
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 both ends of another tri-team meet April 12 and, finally, dunking Horace Greeley April 13.
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.