Somers Boys Track and Field Team Posts Strong Results at Suffern, Dendy Invitationals

January 22, 2018

SOMERS, N.Y.-Somers’ winter track and field boys team members Numan Maloney (long jump, 20-5 1/4) and Greg Fusco (3,200 meters, 9:51) notched first-place finishes at the Suffern Invitational on Jan. 12. Maloney was also fifth in the triple jump with a 38-1 1/2.

The 4x800-meter relay team was third in a time of 8:53.60 with a team of Chris Hannon (2:13.1), Jack Torre (2:13.1), Luke Phalen ...

Somers Girls Basketball Team Takes Two of Three Minus Head Coach

SOMERS, N.Y.-Somers’ girls basketball team entered last week’s games knowing its coach Marc Hattem wouldn’t be with them on the sidelines after he had hernia surgery the weekend of Jan. 4.

The Tuskers picked up wins over Class A contenders Tappan Zee and Walter Panas and competed with defending Class AA state champion Ossining, trailing by only two points late in the first ...

Somers Boys Roll Past Panas, Brewster on Court

SOMERS, N.Y.-Somers’ boys basketball team has won six out of seven games with the lone loss coming against Section 9 powerhouse Pine Bush in the Slam Dunk Tournament.

The Tuskers earned league wins over Walter Panas and Brewster last week along with a victory over South Bronx in the consolation game of the Scarsdale Tournament.

“The key to our recent wins has been sticking to ...

Somers Matmen Place Third in Hendrick Hudson Tourney

SOMERS, N.Y.-Somers’ wrestling team continued its string of tournament success with four champions and a third-place finish out of 24 teams in the Hendrick Hudson Sailor Classic on Saturday, Jan. 13.

“We were pleased with our third-place title, given there were 24 teams competing and we still had some holes in our lineup,” senior captain Sean Freebern said.

Youthful Somers/North Salem Ice Hockey Team Looks to Get on Track

SOMERS, N.Y.-It’s been a rebuilding season for a young Somers/North Salem ice hockey team.  The Sabers suffered three more losses last week at the hands of Mahopac, John Jay-Cross River and Mount Pleasant.

With just 13 skaters and two goalies on the roster, the Sabers haven’t had the depth to match up with many teams. That was evident in an 8-3 loss to a deep Mahopac team on ...

Somers Winter Track and Field Team Runs at Hispanic Games

SOMERS, N.Y.-Somers’ winter track and field team had to do some reshuffling with their schedule after the Dendy Invitational was postponed and they were unable to make the Dartmouth Relays (Hanover, N.H.) due to snow and school cancellations.

The coaches were able to get the Tuskers into the 24th U.S. Army Hispanic Games at the last minute and Somers was able to post some strong ...

Somers Matmen Win Own Tourney

SOMERS, N.Y.-When Ron DiSanto took over as Somers coach four years ago, his plan was to get the Tuskers to improve each season with hopes that the program would eventually get back to where it used to be.

The Tuskers are sure headed in the right direction.

Somers won its own tournament—the Eric D’Agnese Wrestling Tournament—for the first time since 2011 on Saturday, Jan.

Somers Boys Make Mark at Slam Dunk

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Last week may have been the last time any members of the 2017-18 Somers boys basketball team set foot on the Westchester County Center floor to compete.

The Tuskers undoubtedly relished the moment and were able to leave their mark. They cruised past defending Class B state champion LaSalle Academy 76-54 in the opening round of the Slam Dunk Tournament on Dec. 19 at ...

Somers Girls Hold off Masters in Slam Dunk Consolation

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The big stage at the Westchester County Center can be an intimidating place to play the first time an athlete walks onto the fabled court.

But it’s like second nature for the Somers girls basketball team.

The Tuskers played their fifth and sixth games at the County Center since last season and came away with a split in the Slam Dunk ...

Somoza Sprints to First at Pearl River

PEARL RIVER, N.Y. — Somers’ winter track and field team was busy over the Christmas break, competing in the Pearl River Holiday Classic and Jim Mitchell Invitational.

At Pearl River on Dec. 27, Mike Somoza sprinted to first place in the 55-meter dash with a time of 7.04 seconds. He was also seventh in the 300-yard race (35.14).

Numan Maloney continued his success in the ...

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