6th Graders Take Home Tri-County Championship

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The Harrison Heels boys basketball team won the Tri-County 6th grade boys basketball championship last Sunday at the College of New Rochelle. 

After earning the number one seed in the A division, the Heels entered the AA playoff bracket as the number six seed. The team battled four of the top AA teams in Westchester over the week, inching closer each time to the championship game. 

On March 11 they defeated a strong AA New Rochelle team 42-39 to take home the league championship. Speed, toughness and a never say die attitude were key to the teams success all year. The boys finished their season with an impressive 17-1 record.  

The team also had a strong following over the last several games as they made their march. Friends, family, town residents and  classmates attended each game cheering the team on to victory.

Congratulations to the boys on a great season!

CYP Tournament Continues

The 66th annual CYP Basketball Tournament finishes up tonight with the championship game at  7:30 p.m.

All games are played at Our Lady of Mercy School on Washington Street in Port Chester and admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children.

Purchase Baseball Continues Early Stretch

The Purchase College baseball team, coming off a split with SUNY Old Westbury, visits NYU-Poly in Brooklyn for a doubleheader on Saturday. Mark Donahue of Brookhaven knocked in three runs in the first game against Old Westbury while Kevin McQuade of Mamaroneck drove in two.

Weekly Sports Poll:

This week’s sports poll deals with the NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four in New Orleans. Kentucky and Louisville will play the early game on Saturday night, followed by Ohio State and Kansas.

Now the only question left in the NCAA Basketball season, is


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