Mets offer Carlos Torres no support – The Journal News | LoHud.com

Mets offer Carlos Torres no supportThe Journal News | LoHud.comNEW YORK – Carlos Torres excelled in a spot start on no rest. The Mets’ bats, well, they appear to have taken the week off. Torres threw five shoutout innings in place of Bartolo Colon, but the Mets extended a streak of getting four hits or […]

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Girls soccer season preview: When small plays large – The Journal News / Lohud.com

Girls soccer season preview: When small plays largeThe Journal News / Lohud.comSome consider this the top team in New York. 2. North Rockland: The Red … Briarcliff : The Bears had a tremendous, 15-0-1 regular season last year, then fell short in sectionals, losing in double overtime to Albertus Magnus. This year, they appear to […]

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Teeming West Side Park adds to Tri-Town softball culture – Meriden Record-Journal

Teeming West Side Park adds to Tri-Town softball cultureMeriden Record-JournalOne way of getting to the nitty-gritty core of an area’s sports soul is to visit the local slo-pitch softball diamond, particularly when three town champions are vying for regional recognition as they do at the Tri-Town Tournament. … Old-time … Read more…

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Local roundup: Tigers open New York-Penn playoffs tonight – TheDay.com

Local roundup: Tigers open New York-Penn playoffs tonightTheDay.comMitchell College athletic director Maureen White announced the hiring of Kathy Frankowski as its new women’s volleyball coach. It is the first head coaching job for Frankowski, who spent the previous two seasons as an assistant at Division II Southern …and more » Read more…

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Local students earn honors from colleges, universities – Independent Press

Local students earn honors from colleges, universitiesIndependent PressElizabeth (Betsy) Wilt of New Providence has been accepted to the Liberal Studies Dean’s Circle of Scholars at New York University. Named to the Dean’s List for the 2013-14 academic year, she was invited to apply to the Dean’s Circle, the sophomore …and more » Read more…

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Marc My Words! – Rockland County Times

Rockland County Times Marc My Words!Rockland County TimesGrandville also won two singles matches, and O’Brien, an alumna of Albertus Magnus HS, posted another for the unbeaten Hawks (4-0), who must gear up to host reigning SUNYAC champion Geneseo on Sept. 12 at 3:30 p.m. at the North Tennis Courts. QUICK … Read more…

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Local college notes – TheDay.com

Local college notesTheDay.comThe Coast Guard Academy men’s soccer team tied the record for the best start in program history with a 2-1 win over New York Maritime, 2-1, on Monday. The Bears improved … Junior Ashley Dumont and sophomore Susan West are powering the volleyball team … Read more…

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Volleyball Digging In – The Montclarion (subscription)

Volleyball Digging InThe Montclarion (subscription)While their first win came without too much trouble, the Red Hawks cruised against Albertus Magnus in another straight-set victory. The sets finished at 25-17, 25-5, 25-15. … The match will be played in Pomona, N.J. Montclair will then travel to … Read more…

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Eastern Connecticut State cancer survivor returns to field – Norwich Bulletin

Eastern Connecticut State cancer survivor returns to fieldNorwich BulletinDespite a 1-0 double-overtime loss to Albertus Magnus, and as well as bad ankles and a bad back from “being in the horizontal position for so long,” DeCasanova, who turns 23 in four days, was back where he belonged — both for himself and his school. Read […]

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Mets offer Carlos Torres no support – The Journal News | LoHud.com

Mets offer Carlos Torres no supportThe Journal News | LoHud.comNEW YORK – Carlos Torres excelled in a spot start on no rest. The Mets’ bats, well, they appear to have taken the week off. Torres threw five shoutout innings in place of Bartolo Colon, but the Mets extended a streak of getting four hits or […]

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