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Sports – Local High School Baseball/Softball Previews

by Tom Pedulla –  The Hudson Independent takes a look at the prospects for our local baseball and softball teams: BASEBALL Dobbs Ferry Coach: Frank Adamo, sixth season Last year’s record: 9-10 Top returning players: Right-hander John Archer, Right-hander Nicky... More »

Irvington Girls Top Seed in Class B Playoffs after 19-1 Season

By Tom Pedulla –  One overriding question surrounded the Irvington girls’ basketball team as it opened this season. How could the Bulldogs possibly replace point guard Lindsay Halpin, a four-year starter consistently ranked among the top 50 players in the stat... More »

Irvington Boys Hoops “All In” Theme Pays Off with 17-3 Record

By Tom Pedulla –  The Irvington boys’ basketball team adopted the theme “All In” for the season. And the coaches and players were, indeed, all in. Dedication that extended to participation in a summer league and regular work in the weight room led to a breakou... More »

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Grappler Andrade Prevails in Section 1 Tourney

by Tom Pedulla –  When was a freshman at Irvington and assistant coach Ben Karol approached him about joining the wrestling team, he was intrigued enough to give it a try. When he reported for his first practice, doubt replaced curiosity. He was barely five fe... More »

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SH Native Overcame Obstacles to Play Professional Women’s Hockey

by Tom Pedulla –  Keira Goin was 10 years old or so when she reached a breaking point. The Sleepy Hollow native was doing everything possible to show that she possessed the skills and grit necessary to belong as the only girl on an all-boys hockey team. When a... More »

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Irvington’s Female Core Four Motivated by Unfinished Business

by Tom Pedulla –  Seniors Mary Brereton, Kelly Degnan, Heather Hall and Olivia Valdes have won so many girls basketball games for Irvington High School that there is only one thing left to accomplish – win it all. Their remarkable on- and off-court chemistry, ... More »

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Irvington Junior Point Guard Inspired by Sister’s Past Success

by Tom Pedulla –  Colby Martins never needed to look beyond his sister, Lexi, for a basketball role model. She was that good. Lexi closed her Irvington career as the school’s all-time leading scorer (1,879) and rebounder (1,485) in powering her team to four st... More »

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Maccabi Games Attract Westchester Teen Athletes to the Shames JCC

Recruited by the Shames Jewish Community Center on the Hudson, they have won the gold, the silver and the bronze. Last year they competed against other Jewish athletes from all over the United States in Alabama, Florida and New York.  They excel in basketball,... More »

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Junior Horsemen Win Second Straight Title

  The undefeated Tarrytown-Sleepy Hollow Junior Horsemen defended their 2016 title by winning a second consecutive Westchester Youth Football League championship game. The Junior Horsemen, 9-0 this season, trounced Ossining, 32-12, to claim the crown. The West... More »

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Girls and Boys High School Varsity Basketball Preview

by Tom Pedulla –  The Hudson Independent examines the prospects of local schools for the girls’ and boys’ varsity basketball season. Girls DOBBS FERRY Last year’s record:  13-9 Top returning players: Guard Raquel Addona, Forward Katlyn Fanning, Guard-Forward K... More »

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Reaching a Milestone

Zoe Maxwell, an Irvington High School senior, scored her 100th career soccer goal during a game against Dobbs Ferry High School on Oct. 11. She reached the milestone when she scored the first goal of the game, which was followed by four additional goals in a 6... More »