Jack Shapiro skates down the ice against Mahopac. The Titans scored first, but the Indians responded with 4 first period goals to take control of the game.
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Titans win two at tourney

After a rough start to the 2018-2019 season, the Rye Town/Harrison Titans proved that their relative inexperience shouldn’t necessarily be cause for concern. With two wins in three games at the annual Guy Matthews Invitational in White Plains, the Titans appear to have the depth—and the skill—to make waves in […]

Ashley Stagg looks for an open shot last year. Stagg will be one of the focal points of the Huskies’ offense this year.
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Huskies gear up for season

After a thrilling run to the Class A finals last February, the Harrison girls basketball team is back for more this season and hoping to build on last year’s success. Although the club will feature a number of new faces, head coach Louis Kail is confident that the Huskies have […]

Tyler Joseph wraps up an opponent. Joseph wrestled at 113 pounds last year but will move up to 132 for the 2018-19 season.
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Huskies boast big roster

With booming numbers and a heap of returning talent, the 2018-19 season promises to be a good one for the Harrison wrestling team. After losing just two starters from last year’s squad, head coach Vin Nicita is optimistic that his squad can make waves within Section I—and possibly beyond. With […]

Declan Lavelle runs with the football against Harrison on Oct. 7. Lavelle accounted for 73 percent of Rye’s total offensive yards.

Rye wins rivalry game

On Sunday, Oct. 7, the Rye Garnets authored another chapter in a dominant stretch against their rivals from Harrison, drubbing the Huskies 41-14 to win the 89th meeting between the two foes. Behind a blistering passing attack led by sure-armed quarterback Declan Lavelle, the Garnets were able to top the […]

Chloe Barnett controls the ball during a Sept. 4 game against Rye Neck. The Huskies won 6-1.

Huskies beat heat, Panthers

A sweltering September day and a slow start weren’t enough to derail the Harrison girls soccer team on Tuesday, as the Huskies turned in an impressive performance against host Rye Neck to come away with a 6-1 win. The victory puts Harrison (2-2) back at .500 and also may provide […]