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Mahopac's DiSanto Breaks Section 1 Record with 422nd Career Win

January 8, 2019

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - With a 52-21 dual meet win over Brewster Monday, Jan. 7, Indians Coach Dennis DiSanto made Section 1 history by earning his 422nd career victory. Until then, the record of 421 victories was held by former Arlington coach Fred Perry, followed by Fox Lane’s now retired Joe Amuso, with 406. 

“It was a close match and I was pretty confident that we were going to be ...

Longtime Mahopac Wrestling Coach DiSanto Looks Back on Record-Setting Career

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - With a 52-21 dual meet win over Brewster Jan. 7, Indians Coach Dennis DiSanto became the winningest coach in Section 1 history, with 422 career victories. Until then, the record of 421 victories was held by Arlington coach Fred Perry. Fox Lane’s Joe Amuso was next with 406. Both are retired. This profile originally appeared in the Dec. 27 edition of Mahopac News, ...

Mahopac Boys Ride Strong Second Quarter to Win Over Lourdes

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - The Mahopac boys basketball team turned up the defensive intensity in a strong second quarter against Lourdes Friday Dec. 21, and held on for a 65-52 victory in a game played at Mahopac High School.

The teams played to a 17-17 tie after one, but the Indians held the Warriors to 8 points in the second, while dropping another 17 on the offensive end, good for a 34-25 halftime ...

Mahopac Takes Care of Business on Ice

BREWSTER, N.Y. - Mahopac High school’s ice hockey team played crosstown rival Carmel close for the second time in a week Dec. 22  at the Brewster Ice Arena, but also for the second time in a week, the Indians came away with the win, this time denying the Rams, 8-6.

The win lifted the Indians to a perfect 8-0 on the season.

“It was another hard-fought game,” Indians ...

Mahopac Wrestlers Pile on the Pins in Knocking out South

WEST NYACK, N.Y. - The Mahopac wrestling team dominated Clarkstown South in a dual meet Wednesday, Dec. 19, earning a 65-21 victory to improve to 19-4 on the season.

“It was actually a pretty quick match,” Mahopac coach Dennis DiSanto said. “Clarkstown South is a good program, but our guys wrestled well—they were aggressive and totally dominated. It was a very ...

Mahopac Boys Hoops Team Loses to Hornets in Tourney Opener, Top Bears

LAKELAND, N.Y. - The Mahopac varsity boys basketball team picked up its first win of the season Saturday (Dec. 8), defeating Brewster, 62–60, in the consolation round of the Walter Panas tournament.

Reahl Allen had 17 points and Matt McMahon added 15 to lead the Indians.

Mahopac (1-2) hoped to play in the championship game but dropped a tough, 60-57, decision to Lakeland in the Friday ...

Mahopac Indians Skate to Sixth Straight Win

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - The Mahopac ice hockey team continued its early season onslaught last week, easily defeating Cortlandt and twice crushing New Rochelle to improve to 6–0 overall.

Sunday night at the Brewster Ice Arena, the Indians, helped by an early major penalty by Cortlandt, steamrolled the merged Lakeland/Hen Hud/Haldane squad, 12-3.

“It was a game we thought we had a good ...

Mahopac Indians Top Beacon, but Fall to Panas in Tourney Final

LAKELAND, N.Y. - Mahopac girls picked up their first victory of the basketball season last Thursday, Dec. 6,  beating Beacon, 66–34, in the first round of the Panas tournament.

Unable to finish the deal, however, the Indians fell to the hosting Panthers, 44-38, in Saturday’s tournament championship game.

Caitlyn O’Boyle led the Indians (1-4) with 14 points and Mia ...

Mahopac Indians Pin Down Second at Yorktown Tournament

YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Continuing to perform well last week, the Mahopac High School wrestling team placed second at Saturday’s Yorktown Dual Meet Tournament after winning four of its five matches.

Mahopac, now 13-2 in dual meets this season, defeated Lakeland/Panas, Clarkstown North, Our Lady of Lourdes and Yorktown. The Indians’ only loss came at the hands of tournament champion ...

Harlem Wizards Spin Their Magic at MHS

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - The Harlem Wizards came to town Nov. 30 for a fundraising game against Mahopac school faculty. The Wizards brought their unique brand of basketball comedy to MHS to help raise money for the school’s boys and girls basketball programs. The Wizards took time after the game to pose for pictures and sign autographs for the fans.


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