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On Tap This Weekend

April 16, 2010

FRIDAY

Rye High School
Girls’ Lacrosse @ John Jay-Cross River, 7
Softball vs. Rye Neck, 4:15

Rye Neck High School
Softball @ Rye, 4:15

Rye Country Day School
Baseball vs. Brunswick, 4
Boys’ Tennis vs. Masters, 4:15

School of the Holy Child
Softball vs. Greenwich Academy, 4
Tennis vs. Brearley, 4:30
Track @ Mayor’s Cup @ Ichan Stadium, TBA

SATURDAY

Rye High School
Baseball @ Port Chester Tournament, 11
Boys’ Lacrosse vs. Putnam Valley, 7:15
Girls’ Lacrosse vs. Eastchester, 5

Rye Neck High School
Baseball @ Port Chester Tournament, 11

Rye Country Day School
Boys’ Lacrosse vs. Kingswood-Oxford, 11
Softball @ Millbrook, 1:15
Baseball vs. Briarcliff @ Peekskill Stadium, 7

School of the Holy Child
Lacrosse @ Poly Prep, 10
Track @ Mayor’s Cup at Icahn Stadium, TBA

TEAM RECORDS (W-L-T)

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Morning Round-up: Rye Track Sweeps Meet

April 15, 2010

Both the girls’ and boys’ Rye track and field teams cruised to victory at home in a four-school meet Wednesday. The boys scored a 92, ahead of Port Chester (52), Blind Brook (34) and Rye Neck (32), and the girls topped out with a 160 over Rye Neck (48), Blind Brook (39) and Port Chester (18.5).

Alex Springer

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Morning Round-up: Garnets Battle All the Way Back, But Eventually Fall

April 14, 2010

At home against John Jay-Cross River, the Rye boys’ lacrosse team scratched and clawed their way back from a seven-goal second half deficit to tie the game at 10-10 with one minute to go. Chris Bonaventura’s goal seemed to permanently swing the momentum in the Garnets’ direction, but JJCR broke the tie with 13 seconds to go to pull out the dramatic victory.

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Morning Round-up: Wildcats Rolling

April 13, 2010

The Rye Country Day boys’ lacrosse team continued its tear Monday, throttling host Greens Farms 10-2. Harry Razook paced the team with four goals and an assist.

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Morning Round-up: Garnets Battle Back for Tie

April 12, 2010

The Rye girls’ lacrosse team earned a hard-fought, 13-13 tie Friday against Nanuet’s elite program. Rachel Franchella knotted the score with 49 seconds remaining in a contest they trailed ever since falling behind 1-0. Molly O’Brien led the Garnets with six goals and two assists, while Emma Tucci chipped in three goals and three assists.

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Morning Round-up: Busy Weekend in Store

April 9, 2010

In their second game of the year, Holy Child’s lacrosse team dropped a 16-12 decision to visiting St. Luke’s. Charlotte Elcock led the Gryphons with six goals and one assist, while Mary Ferrara scored three goals. Helen Brosnan, Lucy Flanagan, and Catherine Ann Gray each had one goal. Rachael Vallerelli made 15 saves.

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Morning Round-up: Spring Season Gets Rolling

April 8, 2010

The Rye Country Day boys’ lacrosse team bested Gunnery 8-4 in their season-opener Wednesday. Chris Seter was all over the field and scored five goals with one assist. The defense — led by Jack Mandy, Jake Heller, Jake Sternberg, and Hunter Massad — played great. Chandler Grinnell made 12 saves in goal.

Chris Seter

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Morning Round-up: Ice Garnets Earn Top Seed in Sectionals

February 19, 2010

The Section playoff brackets for hockey were recently announced, and — as the No. 1 seed — the Rye boys’ team earned a first round bye into the Division II quarterfinals Wednesday, February 24, at the Playland Ice Casino. If they’re victorious there against the winner of No. 8 Fox Lane and 9th-seeded Byram Hills, they could very well face Pelham in the Section Semifinal February 26 at the Ice Casino. The championship game is scheduled for February 28 at West Point’s Tate Rink. Rye, the No. 2 ranked DII team in all of New York State, has made it to the Section final the last three years, and lost for the first time in those three trips last year at West Point to Pelham.

Rye’s regular season finale is tonight at local rival Rye Country Day School.

ON TAP THIS WEEKEND

FRIDAY

Rye High School
Ice Hockey @ Rye Country Day, 5

Rye Neck High School
No Games Scheduled

Rye Country Day School
Boys’ Basketball vs. Brunswick, 5:30
Boys’ Hockey vs. Rye, 5

School of the Holy Child
Basketball @ Horace Mann, 4
Swimming @ Catholic Challenge, TBA

SATURDAY

Rye High School
No Games Scheduled

Rye Neck High School
No Games Scheduled

Rye Country Day School
Girls’ Hockey @ WIHLMA Tournament, TBA
Fencing at ISFL Team Tournament @ Masters, 9 a.m.
Boys’ Hockey vs. King, 3
Wrestling @ NY/NJ National Qualifier,

School of the Holy Child
No Games Scheduled

SUNDAY

Rye High School
No Games Scheduled

Rye Neck High School
No Games Scheduled

Rye Country Day School
Girls’ Hockey @ WIHLMA Tournament, TBA

School of the Holy Child
No Games Scheduled

TEAM RECORDS (W-L-T)

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Morning Round-up: Garnets Fall in Section Quarterfinal

February 18, 2010

The Rye boys’ basketball team’s season came to end last night at Tappan Zee High School, as the Garnets fought valiantly but fell to the Dutchmen 53-49. Rye led 49-48 after a pair of Brian Pickup free throws with 3:52 remaining, but failed to score another point the rest of the way. Despite having multiple opportunities to take the lead or tie the game down both one and two points in the waning seconds, the 18th-seeded Garnets could not get a shot to fall against their 7th-seeded opponents. All three of Rye’s captains scored in double figures. Senior Tim Lonergan played perhaps the game of his career, abusing Tappan’s point guard with multiple scoring drives to the hoop. He finished with 13 points, as did Brendan Nagle. Pickup scored 10. More on this game and a season wrap here today or tomorrow, as well as in next week’s issue of The Rye Record.

Rye's team defense in effect

In their penultimate regular season game, the Rye ice hockey squad — now the No. 2-ranked Division II team in New York State — fell to visiting power Monroe-Woodbury 7-2. It was their first loss in the new year. The Garnets’ record currently stands at 12-4-3. Their regular season finale is tomorrow at local rival Rye Country Day School. The Sectionals begin next week and conclude February 28 at West Point.

At School of the Holy Child, the Gryphons and Wildcats’ basketball teams renewed their hardcourt rivalry with RCDS coming out on top, 43-30. Alexandra Osborn-Jones had 16 points and 13 rebounds and Carolyn Binder added 13 points and five assists for the Wildcats who finished the regular season 14-4.Katie Hughes and Molly Schauber had eight points apiece for Holy Child.

ON TAP TODAY

Rye High School
No Games Scheduled

Rye Neck High School
No Games Scheduled

Rye Country Day School
Boys’ Squash at FAA Tournament @ St. Luke’s, 3
Girls’ Squash vs. Holy Child, 4
Fencing vs. St. Ann’s 4:15

School of the Holy Child
Squash @ Rye Country Day, 4

TEAM RECORDS (W-L-T)

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Morning Round-up: Garnets Make Their Mark in Sectionals

February 16, 2010

There was plenty of Garnet action on the courts, mats, pools and tracks over the weekend, and plenty of Sectional success as well. The Rye boys’ basketball team scored the stunner of the weekend, as the 18th-seeded squad upended No. 2 Sleepy Hollow 54-39 on the road Friday. With the win, Rye is now in position to visit the County Center for a second consecutive year. First they’ll need to go through No. 7 Tappan Zee on the road Wednesday at 6 p.m. Against the Horsemen, Conor Smith paced the Garnets with 17 points and Brian Pickup added 13.

Graham Zahringer provided an excellent showing for the Rye wrestling team at Sectionals on Saturday and Sunday, as he battled his way to the championship bout in the 152-pound weight class. The Garnet captain defeated a pair of Arlington wrestlers in the quarterfinals and semifinals via decision, but fell in the final to New Rochelle’s Diaz in a 3-2 decision. Jesse Trumm made his way as far as the quarterfinals in the 145-pound weight class.

Graham Zahringer
Graham Zahringer on senior day

Unfortunately for the Rye girls’ basketball team, their season came to an end on Friday at No. 6 Albertus Magnus. The 11th-seeded Garnets dropped a 56-37 decision. Rye trailed 30-14 at halftime, but sliced the deficit to seven at the end of three quarters. Albertus, however, put the Garnets away in the fourth quarter. Lillian McCabe and Catharine Greer each scored 13 in the loss.

While the girls’ basketball team suffered a defeat in Rockland, the Rye boys’ swimming team was putting together an impressive showing a few steps down the road Friday at Felix Festa Middle School in the Section championships. The Garnets competed in six events overall, and finished fourth behind Tappan Zee, Horace Greeley, and Arlington. Junior Kevin Hughes provided the school’s highlight of the day by winning the 500-meter freestyle event in 4:40.60, which was eight seconds faster than his time just days before.

Rye’s indoor track team fared very well at the Section 1 Class B championships Sunday at The Armory. The boys placed third overall, while the girls finished sixth. Mac Gager toppled an all-time Rye record on his way to a first place finish in the 600-meter dash with a time of 1:24. Max Robinson placed first in the boys’ 2-mile run, while Torie Virtue took second in the high jump. Amanda Owens (pole vault), Erica Gold (1,500-meter race walk), Chris Fumasoli (shot put), Taylor Love (2-mile run), and the boys’ 4×800-meter relay team all finished third in their respective events.

Full feature stories on each of these teams will appear in the next issue of The Rye Record, and on here before that paper hits the stands February 26.

ON TAP TODAY

Rye High School
No Games Scheduled

Rye Neck High School
No Games Scheduled

Rye Country Day School
Girls’ Squash at FAA Tournament @ Greenwich Academy, 3

School of the Holy Child
Squash at FAA Tournament @ Greenwich Academy, 3

TEAM RECORDS (W-L-T)

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