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Stepinac’s Brian Fee resigned from his position as head coach, a post he has held for the last nine years, this morning. He led Stepinac to one co-league title and one tri-league title during his time as coach.
The Lower Hudson Valley area promises to be a prime target area for recruiting for Marist College now that “Scott Nelson”:http://goredfoxes.cstv.com/sports/m-lacros/mtt/nelson_scott00.html will be running the show. The school announced today that it has hired the former Yorktown ‘Huskers as its new head coach.
Pleasantville coach Gregg Cavaluzzi resigned from his head coaching job at Pleasantville, one that he has held the last three seasons, on Monday. â€œThe kids, the district, the school, were all great,â€ Cavaluzzi said. â€œI needed to take most of the summer to make this decision. There were just too… Read More →
Roy Colsey’s first season as Horace Greeley varsity coach wound up being his last. Roy Colsey is now eyeing the head-coaching job at Ridgefield (Conn.). (File photo by Seth Harrison/The Journal News)
Goaltender Luke Haggerty of Clarkstown South played the entire way in goal today and led Hudson Valley to a 7-5 win over Western in the bronze-medal game at Binghamton University.
There was plenty of drama on Friday in the first Empire State Games meeting between Hudson Valley and Western. Rob Santangelo of Rye hopes to help Hudson Valley win its second bronze medal in the last three years today. (Photo by Vincent DiSalvio/The Journal News)Â
Joel Schwartz, a 72-year-old swimmer from Nyack, died last night while competing in the Masters 1,500-meter swimming competition.