Broncos Gear Up for Post-Season Play: Tennis, Soccer, Field Hockey, and Cross Country

The girls’ tennis team during their final practice of the season. Photo by Steve Klurfeld.

By S. Quinn DeJoy and J. Murrer

Nov. 11, 2020: The Bronco teams are headed into the final stretch of the regular season and will head to playoffs next week. In an effort to limit travel due to COVID, the usual sectional tournament will not be held but instead teams in Section 1 will compete in regional playoffs. It is a shortened playoff season, which starts Monday and continues until November 23rd so that the fall season will be completed prior to the Thanksgiving break.  All of the Bronco teams will compete in the Southern Westchester Small School Region.

Below is a look at how the teams fared in the past week, and where they stand as they head into playoffs.  

The boys’ and girls’ soccer teams practicing at Chambers Field yesterday. Photo by S. Quinn DeJoy.

Boys’ Soccer

The boys’ soccer team won the League Championship in this abbreviated season, and is currently the only undefeated Bronco team with an 8-0-0 record. They are the top-ranked team in Class B with Pleasantville and Valhalla trailing behind in the No. 2 and 3 spots.

The team is led by seniors Henry Sheehan, Liam Sands, Macklin Pettee, Griffin Patterson, J.P Swenson, Chris Aherne, Jack Bodell, and Casey McKhann. Underclassmen Will Redman, Aidan Sulmiski, Albert Van Ness, Ellis Goodson, Mark Pytosh and Chris Patterson have been a huge addition this year. The ,Broncos, ranked No. 1 in Class B by LoHud, have two games left before heading into the regional playoffs on Monday. They play home against Scarsdale B today.

Katie Formato and Rory Christian won the doubles regional championship yesterday. Photo by Steve Klurfeld.

Girls’ Tennis

The girls’ tennis team entered the Southern Westchester Small School regionals this past week, and Bronxville’s top doubles team, Katie Formato and Rory Christian, defeated Rye Neck 8-1 in the semifinals on Saturday to advance to the regional championship. In a thrilling two-hour match at Irvington yesterday, Formato and Christian defeated Irvington’s Charlotte Calick and Clio Salles-Spar 6-1, 7-6 to win the regional title.  

The girls’ soccer team playing at home last week.   Photo by J. Murrer.

Girls’ Soccer

The girls’ soccer team (6-2-1) is ranked second in Class B and third in the regional playoffs behind No. 1 Pleasantville (10-0) and No. 2 Tuckahoe (5-1-1).  In the game Monday against Horace Greeley, Alex Doukas scored twice and Lily Jebejian added one more to give the Broncos a 3-1 victory. Goalkeeper Milly Koenig had six saves. According to LoHud, Jebejian is ranked 6th in scoring in Section 1 with 11 goals and 6 assists. The Broncos have two regular season games left. They play at Dobbs Ferry today at 2:00 and at Lakeland on Saturday at 11:00.

Field Hockey

The field hockey team (6-3-1) suffered three losses in the last week including  a 3-0 loss to No. 1 ranked Mamaroneck and a 2-1 loss to White Plains. In the game against White Plains, Carmen Phillips scored with an assist from Ellie Clifford, and Rachel Roberts played a great defensive game with nine saves.  Last week, Bronxville forward Olivia Gunther was voted LoHud Player of the Week for her performance in the 3-0 win over Valhalla at the end of October. Gunther scored two unassisted goals in that game. The Broncos will play their final game of the regular season at home against Rye on Saturday at 10:00.

Cross Country

The cross-country championships will be run at the Hudson Valley Sports Dome in Milton on Nov. 21-22.

Go Broncos.


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Bronxville Girls’ Cross Country Team Wins League Title Against Irvington

The cross country team at the league championships. Photo submitted by David Ryan. 

By S. Quinn DeJoy and J. Murrer

Nov. 4, 2020: There has been steady improvement for the girls on the cross country team since they received the go ahead to practice and compete in late September. At the League Championships held on Halloween at the Hudson Valley Sportsdome in Milton, the varsity squad won the league title with seven of the top ten Broncos running a personal best for that course. 

Eighth-grader Maddy Williams won the individual league title in 20:21.4. Williams joined the varsity team this year after having run on the modified team in seventh grade. She is off to a great start during this abbreviated season. At the 2nd Milton Invitational on October 24th, Williams placed 2nd in 19:34.9 while competing against athletes from Eastchester, Fox Lane, Nanuet, Lakeland/Panas, and Pleasantville. Her time in that race was the 3rd fastest 5K time in Section 1 this season. 

Co-captains Betsy Marshall and Avery Widen placed 3rd and 4th at leagues with times of 21:03.5 and 21:17.1, respectively. Rory Denning, also a captain of the team, placed 7th in 21:54.4.

“It was my PR for the course,” said Marshall. “I was running with my good friend and co-captain Avery Widen. We have a really good pace together, and we both push each other pretty hard. If I am falling behind, she will help me get going and same goes for her. We always finish close to each other.”

Because of COVID, the League Championship only included two teams. “We only ran against Irvington because Hastings and Dobbs Ferry had been shut down due to COVID,” said Marshall. “We were looking forward to competing against Dobbs Ferry because we lost to them in sectionals last year.”

The Broncos hope to compete against Dobbs Ferry in a few weeks at the Section 1 Championships. Bronxville had an edge over Dobbs Ferry at the 2nd Milton Invitational. In the merge of the four races that day, Bronxville finished first and was followed by Dobbs Ferry (2), Irvington (3), and Albertus Magnus (4). 

The Bronxville girls’ cross country team after winning the league championship on Halloween. Photo submitted by David Ryan. 

The Broncos have adjusted to training and competing in masks even though at the beginning of the season, it was quite a challenge. Despite the COVID restrictions and the shortened season, the team has come together earlier this season than usual. 

“Last year, our team really started to solidify towards the end of the season,” said Marshall. “This year, we have been a really strong tight pack the whole season. It may be because we were all training so hard before team practices started.”

The Broncos only have two meets remaining. The Westchester County Championships will take place on November 14th and the Section 1 Championships on the 21st. The State Championships will not be held this year. 

Runners who finished in the top fifteen in both the League Championships and 2nd Milton Invitational are listed below.

League Championships

Maddy Williams, 1st, 20:21.4

Betsy Marshall, 3rd, 21:03.5

Avery Widen, 4th, 21:17.1

Rory Denning, 7th, 21:54.4

Kailee Fino, 11th, 22:50.5

Lyndsie Schultz, 12th, 23:11.5

Athena Catto-Howell, 13th, 23:45.8

Linnea Hentschel, 14th, 23:47.7

Rachel Conniff, 15th, 23:52.1

2nd Milton Invitational

Maddy Williams, 2nd, 19:34.9

Betsy Marshall, 7th, 21:11.4

Avery Widen, 8th, 21:17.8

Lyndsie Schultz, 10th, 22:34.9

Rory Denning, 11th, 22:48.5

Go Broncos. 

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Bill Barton and Matt McKenna Play All 13 NYC Municipal Golf Courses

By Bill Barton, Former Bronxville Village Trustee and High Net Worth Banker for Goldman Sachs

Dec. 7, 2016:  Have you ever passed Van Cortlandt Park or driven over the Throgs Neck Bridge and seen golf courses in the city and wondered what playing them would be like? Well I have, and after retiring at the end of 2015 decided to make it my mission to play each of the 13 municipal golf courses within the city limits.

My good friend Matt McKenna also loved the idea, so we played them together. Our adventure started in the nearby Bronx on a 9-hole track, Mosholu Golf Course, on April 25. We first met for breakfast at the Riverdale Diner on Kingsbridge Avenue. I should add that we have combined our rounds with interesting borough dining experiences. We were paired up with two local Bronx gentlemen, Cornell and Ted. They gave us hints about the course and Matt and I each broke 45--a goal for us.

Our next round was at the iconic Van Cortlandt Park Golf Course, America's oldest public course, founded in 1895. Joining us were Steve Mills and a former Bronxville resident friend, John Curtis. What an experience, and we each paid only $45 with a cart! The locker room was featured in a scene from the movie Wall Street. There are replicas of the original lockers that held the golf shoes of a few famous New Yorkers--Moe, Larry, and Curley, as well as Joe Lewis, Willie Mays, and The Babe. Despite a few holes running along busy highways, there are some spots where you'd swear you were in the country. One hole is even over 600 yards long. We all played decently. For lunch, we visited the king of Irish pubs, The Rambling House, not even 15 minutes south of Bronxville, in Woodlawn. Shepherd's pie and Irish sausages are popular meal choices. This is a neighborhood where you might see red-headed residents walking down the street carrying hurling sticks.

In late May, Matt and I hit Pelham Bay and immediately ran into our partners Cornell and Ted from Mosholu. We were already becoming part of the regular crowd! This is one of the less interesting layouts but well kept. Our pace of play was much slower than our first two rounds, so we had to quit early because of previous obligations. A funny memory stands out. At a particularly bucolic spot on the course, Matt observed that we could be in Maryland or Ohio. But we kept hearing a sound like clanking golf balls being washed in a big bin as you would at a driving range. I finally figured out what was causing this--we were pretty close to the NYPD shooting range at Rodman's Neck, so this wasn't Maryland, it was the Bronx!

Our final Bronx course was Split Rock, considered one of the gems of the publics. We played it on June 7 with the same group who played Van Cortlandt. It is a challenging, nicely designed track, but the tees were pretty bare. The northern edge of the grounds borders Westchester County. I had a particularly good round and won a little money from my fellows. A lobster roll lunch at the Sea Shore Restaurant on City Island followed and was terrific.

Next, we crossed the bridge into Queens and played Clearview, the busiest of the municipals. It is fairly routine with holes paralleling each other but like the others, in decent shape given all its play. Matt, Steve, and I were paired up with a nice gentleman originally from Korea named Kong, who was good company. Following the round, we walked into a nearby restaurant in Whitestone for lunch, the Jägerhaus. The bar was filled with Croatian supporters of the FIFA World Cup match between Croatia and the Czech Republic. Another trip into a foreign world in the restaurants of the boroughs!

Forest Park, along the Jackie Robinson Parkway, followed and was one of our favorites. It is quite wooded (thus the name) and on the second hole a hawk swooped down onto the fairway. Matt, Steve, and I had good rounds and we played the blue tees at 6053 yards, pretty typical of the city courses, although some are longer. Our hearty lunch was at one of Queens's most authentic German restaurants, Zum Stammtisch in Glendale. Glad we didn't eat before the round!

On August 8, we chalked up another round in Queens--Douglaston, which used to be a private club and was acquired by the city in the early 60s. A couple of the holes were shortened to allow for a few houses to be built on the former grounds but was pretty nice and quiet, near the Nassau County border. Lunch was at Il Bacco, a classy ristorante on Northern Boulevard.

Then it was off to Brooklyn, home of two courses--Marine Park and Dyker Beach. Marine Park is very open, almost links-like, and skirts the wetlands of the borough. Joe Marshall, Matt's friend from Point o' Woods, accompanied us and it was his first NYC golf experience. We all agreed that this was a terrific course and a new greens keeper is working hard to bring it into excellent condition. How could we be so close to Coney Island and not try the original Nathan's Famous for a hot dog? They taste better there!

We played Dyker Beach on September 26. This was where Earl Woods, Tiger's father, learned to play golf when he was stationed at Fort Hamilton in 1972. It was a fun course and has a wonderful view of the Verrazano Bridge. Matt, Steve, and I then enjoyed a few slices at Lenny's on 86th Street in Bensonhurst which perhaps served the most famous pizza in a movie--the two slices John Travolta ordered and folded together in the opening scene of Saturday Night Fever as he was walking to the cadence of "Stayin' Alive." Good pizza!

Our final Queens course was Kissena, played on November 11, a short track (4665 yards). Matt, Steve, and I were joined by our Bronxville friend Frank Bergold, who grew up in that area and came along for neighborhood guidance. It was a nice course and had some challenging holes. We also started having to play the "leaf rule," as we were hitting that time of year. Frank suggested Flushing for lunch and we enjoyed an upscale restaurant experience at Mulan, self-described as "Modern Asian Cuisine."

Staten Island hosts three public courses (and a private one). Matt and I played La Tourette and South Shore on Election Day. We started quite early and were hit with an hour frost delay before teeing off. While we waited, we saw a number of deer grazing by the clubhouse. This borough is certainly suburban in its feel and at places even rural. In the afternoon, we played South Shore, which we finished just before dark. From what we observed, plus the folks we talked and played with, it was clear that this area was leaning toward Trump. La Tourette is in great shape and very attractive, less so South Shore, but it too was a nice track.

The final outing was to Silver Lake, in Staten Island, on November 21, with snowflakes accompanying our round, almost seven months to the day since we started. Silver Lake is known as "the working man's golf club" and was a very attractive course despite its seasonal bareness and leaves spread everywhere on the ground. I even parred the number-1 handicap hole. Matt concluded that it was his worst round, as wool gloves are a lot bulkier than a regular golf glove. We concluded with a very tasty tapas lunch at Beso, only a few minutes up the hill from the Staten Island Ferry entrance, where we took our favorite picture of our borough excursion, Matt and Bill holding our golf clubs with the skyline and Freedom Tower in the background.

A word about Trump Links at the Whitestone Bridge. This is not a true municipal course so it wasn't officially included on our list. It is, however, a spectacular layout and is in world-class shape. The cost per round is over $200, so out of reach for many NYC golfers. Having splurged and played it once before, we did not include it in this experience.

NYC plays a major role in the history of golf in the U.S. All in all, our tour of the NYC golf courses took us into some previously unknown neighborhoods and introduced us to gems of nature within the world's greatest city. The addition of restaurants rounded out the fullness of this most fascinating adventure!

Pictured here (top to bottom):  Matt McKenna and Bill Barton at Van Cortlandt Park Golf Course in the Bronx; Bill Barton at Forest Park Golf Course in Queens; Matt McKenna and Steve Mills at Zum Stammtisch restaurant in Glendale, Queens; Joe Marshall, Matt McKenna, and Steve Mills at Marine Park Golf Course in Brooklyn; Matt McKenna, Steve Mills, Frank Bergold, and Bill Barton at Kissena Park Golf Course in Queens; and Matt McKenna and Bill Barton near the Staten Island Ferry on Staten Island.

Photos by Bill Barton, Matt McKenna, and another golfer

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Bronxville Field Hockey Opens the Season With a 4-0-1 Record

The Broncos on Chambers Field in the game against Ursuline. Photo by David Fenner.

By S. Quinn DeJoy and J. Murrer

Oct. 28, 2020: With all the COVID restrictions that Bronxville athletes have been facing this year, it was comforting to see one tradition continue. On Sunday, the Bronxville field hockey team gathered for the annual painting of the shed. It was a good team bonding moment for all the girls during these unusual times.  

“It has definitely been pretty tough,” said Co-captain Marielle Dibbini. “Honestly, I am just so thankful that we have a season. My co-captain and I try to do everything we can do. We have planned several outdoor team dinners so we could all be together.” 



The field hockey girls showing off their artistic talent. Photo submitted by Marielle Dibbini. 

The Broncos won the Class C State Championship last year and are off to a good start this season despite losing almost half of the 2019 team. 

“After graduating ten last year and losing a key starter to private school, we had ten positions to fill,” said Coach Jacquelyn Frawley. “The girls have all stepped up to the challenge and have been very flexible as we adjust positioning around the field.”

Despite the large turnover of players, the Bronco defense has worked well together, giving up only three goals in five games. There are three seniors on defense, including Co-captain Caroline Palermo, Annabelle Krause, and goalie Rachel Roberts. In her first year as starting goalie, Roberts was recognized by Coach Frawley as a “super solid senior leader.”


The Broncos scoring in the game against Pleasantville. Photo by David Fenner. 

The Bronco offense is led by junior Olivia Gunther and sophomore Isabela Fenner, who teamed up to score the first two goals in the 4-0 win against Pleasantville last week. 

Mid-fielder Dibbini is the only offensive senior starter on this relatively young team. There are twenty girls on the roster, but only five are seniors. 

“We have a lot of rising stars including freshman Frannie Krause, sophomores Ellie Clifford, Lucie Curran, Fiona Denning, and Hudson Zivic,” noted Coach Frawley. 

These young players are already making an impact. Zivic scored the final goal in last week’s Pleasantville game, and Frannie Krause scored the only goal in the 1-0 win over Croton last Saturday. 


Frannie Krause scoring in the Croton game. Photo by David Fenner.

The Broncos are currently ranked 6th in the Lohud Power Rankings, a list that includes schools of all sizes across Section I. The top five schools, Lakeland, Horace Greeley, Mamaroneck, North Salem, and Suffern, have yet to suffer a loss. The Broncos tied North Salem 1-1 on October 17th and will play Mamaroneck on November 5th.

There is an away game against Valhalla today, and the Broncos return home on Friday for a 4:00pm game against White Plains. 

Go Broncos. 

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The Bronxville School Athletic Department Launches a New Website and Introduces Live Streaming

By Katharine Outcalt

Oct. 28, 2020: The Bronxville School Athletic Department is pleased to announce the launch of their new website. The new site  is the work of former Athletic Director Karen Peterson, the PTA HS Athletic Council, and current Athletic Director Joe Haven.

In addition to up-to-date content, the new site features game schedules, athletic forms, news and event information, and full color photos of student-athletes. The website, which is mobile-friendly, is powered by FinalSite and was designed to provide students, parents, coaches, and community members with easy access to all Bronco Sports information.

As Bronxville enters their third week of Fall sports, the Bronco athletes are enjoying some sense of normalcy as they continue to compete. Though their Homecoming events were canceled due to Covid-19, the High School Athletic Department and PTA Athletic Councils made it a priority to honor the fall seniors at the start of the season to ensure their recognition in the face of a very uncertain season. With the luck of good weather on their side, 48 seniors were honored before the start of their first home game. Fall sports competing this season include boys and girls soccer, boys and girls cross country, girls tennis, and field hockey. Jackie Frawley, Bronxville's field hockey coach, expressed her appreciation for Senior Day in the following note;

Dear BXV Athletic Council & Athletic Department, 

I want to express my appreciation on behalf of the Varsity Field Hockey team. Yesterday's senior game was above and beyond any expectations going into such an unknown school year and fall sports season. The organization behind the scenes certainly did not go unnoticed. From senior banners, game music and announcements, balloons, flowers, and most of all COVID considerations, it truly was a great day to be a Bronco!!

Sincerest thanks for making it happen for our 2020 student athletes!

-- Jacquelyn Frawley

Elementary Physical Education

Varsity Field Hockey

Though attendance at home games is still limited to two spectators per athlete, fans have been enjoying the live streaming option on LocalLive Networks, made possible by a grant from the Bronxville School Foundation. Click here to watch games on LocalLive.

Upcoming Bronco Sports Schedule:

Wednesday, 10/28

Girls Tennis vs. Hastings, 4:30pm @ Blind Brook HS

Girls Soccer vs. Mahopac, 6:30pm @ Mahopac HS

Field Hockey vs. Valhalla, 4:15pm @ Valhalla HS

Thursday, 10/29

Boys Soccer vs. Hastings, 4:30pm @ Chambers Field

Friday, 10/30

Girls Tennis vs. Blind Brook, 4:30pm @ Village Courts

Girls Soccer vs. Dobbs Ferry, 4:30pm @ Dobbs Ferry HS

Field Hockey vs. White Plains, 4:30pm @ Chambers Field

Saturday, 10/31

Boys Soccer vs. Dobbs Ferry, 10am @ Dobbs Ferry HS

Field Hockey vs. Valhalla, 10am @ Chambers Field

Girls/Boys Cross Country @ Hudson Valley Sports Dome, time TBD

Go Broncos!

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Sports Directory

Ballet & Dance

Ballet Muscle

Ballet Muscle offer professional ballet lessons and ballet classes for children (including a class for boys) and adults.  Owner Peter Cirolia danced alongside the famed New York City Ballet in productions choreographed by the immortal George Balanchine and studied under world renowned dancers like Mikhail Barishnakov, Peter Boal, Jack Soto and Elliot Feld.  This experience and training provides Peter with an incredible ability to teach dance skills and bring the joy of dancing to all his students.

10 South Division Street

New Rochelle, New York

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Ballet Arts-The Performing Arts Center of Southern Westchester


Established in 1977, Ballet Arts-The Performing Arts Center of Southern Westchester offers a complete program of Performing Arts education for all ages. 28 teachers conduct over 60 classes per week including Ballet with piano accompaniment, Jazz, Ballroom, Tap, Irish Step, Lyrical Dance and Hip-Hop.

New Classes: Creative Movement and Story Time Dance for 2 and 3 year old boys and girls taught by Selena Colburn, "Selena Ballerina".

Have a look;

Fitness classes include Zumba, Pilates & personal training. Classes are available for students ages 2 to Adult in every skill level. Private Dance, Voice & Instrument Lessons at our studio or in your home are available by appointment. Seasonal and Summer Performing Arts Camps. Themed Birthday Parties-Children and parents enjoy play dance and music with our staff-you have fun and we'll clean up.

Centre Stage is our on site Dance, Gymnastics, Ice Skating and Fitness Apparel and Accessories Boutique. Specialty Dance footwear, Unique Costumes, Gifts and Collectables.

Sheran Daniele, Founder & Artistic Director.
504 Fifth Avenue, Pelham
914 738 8300  
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Scarsdale Ballet Studio

The Scarsdale Ballet Studio “offers classical ballet training” to students of all levels ages three and up. Students who are enrolled in ballet classes may also study Pointe, Variations, Jazz, Lyrical Dance and Contemporary Ballet (a fusion of classical ballet, jazz and modern dance)

Artistic Director: Diana White
696R White Plains Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583 (Near Lord and Taylor in the Vernon Hills Shopping Center)

Baseball and Softball

Tuckahoe Youth Association

The Tuckahoe Youth Association (“TYA”) is a chartered Babe Ruth baseball and softball program that goes from T-ball to the Majors. The program is for resident boys ages 5 to 12 and resident girls ages 5 to 16.  Play begins in mid-April and runs through June.   Games are played at Labriola Field weekday evening and on Saturdays

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Eastchester Little League



Eastchester Instructional Basketball League (EIBL)

The Eastchester Instructional Basketball League is an instructional league that “emphasizes learning and fun.” The league is for boys and girls in grades 4-8.

Eastchester Recreation Department
40 Mill Road
Eastchester, New York 10709

Fitness & Pilates

Ballet Muscle

Ballet Muscle offer personal training and fitness classes.  Owner Peter Cirolia brings to the health- fitness profession, experience and enthusiasm rarely seen in a fitness professional and ballet master. Peter’s experience as a ballet dancer alongside the famed New York City Ballet helped develop an appreciation and intimate understanding of body mechanics, nutrition and peak achievement techniques which set him apart from his competitors as a fitness training pro. Through his consulting, teaching and unique individual instruction, Peter Cirolia has helped individuals from all walks of life ranging from beginner to elite athlete achieve their individual health, nutritional and wellness goals. Personal training sessions can be conducted in the privacy of your home or at Peter's private training studio.

10 South Division Street

New Rochelle, New York

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858 Scarsdale Avenue
Scarsdale, New York 10583


16 Columbus Avenue
Tuckahoe, New York 10707

Equinox Fitness

500 White Plains Road
Scarsdale, New York

I Train With Juan

I Train With Juan offers personal fitness training, zumba and group fitness classes.  Our mission is to equip our fitness training clients with exciting exercise classes and workouts that exceed their own goals! Whether you want to lose weight and body fat, or you’ve found you’re starting to plateau in your own workout regimen, you’ll want to join us today.

76 Main Street
Tuckahoe, New York 10707 

Phoenix Fitness Club

135 Marbledale Road
Tuckahoe, New York 10707

 Smart Moves Pilates

SmartMoves Pilates offers private sessions and duets in the pilates equipment. Improve your posture, strengthen your core and stretch. Experience the benefits of this wonderful technique! Certified instructors. Parking available in front of the building. By appointment only.

85 Pondfield Rd
Bronxville NY 10708.

Yoga Haven

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62 Main Street, 2nd Floor
Tuckahoe, New York 10707


Eastchester Blue Devils (Pop Warner) Football

The Eastchester Blue Devils Football is an organized youth football and cheerleader program for boys and girls ages 6 to 14. The season is from August through November.


Lake Isle

Lake Isle is an Eastchester Town-owned facility that is open to all residents and a limited number of non residents. Town residents are defined as those people whose “permanent and primary domicile is located within Eastchester, Bronxville, or Tuckahoe. “ Along with five swimming pools and eight Har-Tru tennis courts, they have a par 70, 18-hole championship golf course. Fees for non-residents are higher than for residents.

660 White Plains Road
Eastchester, New York 10709

Saxon Woods Golf Course

The Saxon Woods golf course was designed by Tom Winton and opened to the public in 1931. Today, all 18 tees have been renovated, along with several greens. There is also a new restaurant and concession at the course. It is a public course
314 Old Mamaroneck Road
Scarsdale, New York 10583

Sprain Lake Golf Course

Sprain Lake Golf Course was also designed by Tom Winton. It is characterized by “small greens, rolling terrain and a number of highly challenging holes, with an abundance of water hazards and difficult shots.” All 18 tees have been renovated and expanded and the 10th and 13th greens have been upgraded. It is a public course.
East Grassy Sprain Road
Yonkers, New York

Siwanoy Country Club

Siwanoy is a private country club in Bronxville that offers swimming, tennis, paddle tennis, dining and golf.

Pondfield Road
Bronxville, New York 10708


GymCats Gymnastics

Gymcats is an 8700 sq. foot fully equipped facility that has been serving Westchester for over 30 years. They offer beginner through advanced gymnastics instruction for girls & boys ages 18 months & up. They also offer birthday parties, private lessons and summer camp. Their friendly and energetic staff is always focused on SAFETY, FITNESS & FUN. "Our goal at GymCats Gymnastics is to build a physical and mental foundation for all sports and to promote athleticism and good health through participation in gymnastics."

GymCats Gymnastics
One Odell plaza, Yonkers, 10701
Exit 9 off the Saw Mill River Pkwy.

Spotlight Gymnastics

Spotlight Gymnastics was founded in 1986 “to provide gymnastics training for children of all ages and abilities.” They offer classes from September through June divided into fall, winter, and spring Sessions. They also offer summer camp in conjunction with Bronxville Recreation Council. Their philosophy “is to teach gymnastics and fitness in a fun, safe environment and to raise the student's self-esteem.”

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901 Pelhamdale Avenue
Pelham Manor, New York 10803

Horseback Riding

Sage Hill Farm

Sage Hill Farm is a full-service boarding and training facility specializing in hunters, equitation and ponies. We offer expert training for horses and riders, attentive horse care and uncrowded riding rings. We emphasize safety and enjoyment in a pleasant, supportive environment where everyone is encouraged to progress toward their riding goals.
Sage Hill Farm welcomes riders of all ages and abilities. Our adults, juniors and young riders successfully compete on the A and AA-rated show circuit as well as at local rated one-day shows. Sage Hill also offers a lesson program on experienced, willing and safe school horses and ponies. Situated on 30 beautiful acres in Yorktown Heights, the farm is easily accessible to Bronxville.  For more information, please contact Stephanie Demmon at 203-981-9781.

1300 Baptist Church Rd
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
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Twin Lake Farm

960B California Road
Eastchester, New York

Ice Hockey and Ice Skating

Westchester Skating Academy

The Westchester Skating Academy was built in 1996 and has become “the premiere skating facility in the Westchester County area.” It offers all levels of instruction and competition in skating and the sport of ice hockey including youth and adult leagues and instruction.



Bronxville Youth Lacrosse Association

The Bronxville Youth Lacrosse Association (BYLA) is a parent-run and coached lacrosse league.  Most programs are open enrollment and no experience is necessary. However, some travel teams may limit roster size based on tryouts. 


Martial Arts

Hong IK Martial Arts

Hong Ik Martial Arts, founded over 20 years ago by 7th Degree Black Belt Grand Master Yoo, is renowned for its commitment to authentic traditional martial arts, with an emphasis in Taekwondo, Hapkido, Judo and TaiChi-Kigong. HIMA encourages each student to be their best physically, mentally and spiritually. By promoting growth through harmony and balance, we guide our students to become positive role models and to contribute to the community. HIMA has five locations including a brand new school in the heart of Bronxville. Grand Master Yoo and Master Seungmin Oh (5th Degree Black Belt) welcome you and your family to come visit and share your energy.

45 Kraft Avenue

Bronxville, NY 10708


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Tarrytown, NY – Grand Master Yoo; Masters Myung Duk, Seungmin Oh, Chun Shim

Bronxville, NY – Grand Master Yoo and Master Seungmin Oh

Fair Lawn, NJ – Master Kwang Tae Kim

New Rochelle, NY – Master Shin Min

Mahwah, NJ – Master JiSun

KI Martial Arts

World Cup Karate Champion, Sensei Vladimir Zolottev, is proud to provide you and your family with the highest caliber, quality, Competition Level Instruction in Shotokan Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Krav Maga, Kick Boxing, KI Conditioning, Self Defense & Fitness Conditioning! Specialized Kick Boxing, Fitness Conditioning, Cage Fitness and Self Defense classes are designed to motivate, energize and keep you in the best physical condition!

125a Marbledale Road, Tuckahoe
(914) 961-1111 

Paddle Tennis

Bronxville Village Paddle

The Village of Bronxville has four lighted Reilly paddle tennis courts which are available to residents and non-residents for a nominal permit fee for the season. Permits and all information pertaining to paddle can be found at  or by visiting Bronxville Village Hall.


Eastchester Youth Soccer League

The Eastchester Youth Soccer League is a soccer program for “town residents in Kindergarten through 9th grade.” The league is held at various town and school fields in the fall and spring.

Sports Performance

KI Martial Arts - Westchester Krav Maga - - Offers Kick Boxing, Fitness Conditioning & Self Defense Conditioning!

World Cup Karate Champion, Sensei Vladimir Zolottev, is proud to provide you and your family with the highest caliber, quality, Competition Level Instruction in Shotokan Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Krav Maga, Kick Boxing, KI Conditioning, Self Defense & Fitness Conditioning! Specialized Kick Boxing, Fitness Conditioning, Cage Fitness and Self Defense classes are designed to motivate, energize and keep you in the best physical condition!

Designed for each individual, our professional instructors gear the classes to you and your physical conditioning needs.
You will be challenged! You will enjoy yourself! All are welcome! Novices and advanced athletes! KI Martial Arts - Westchester Krav Maga helps you achieve your goals! All classes are specialized to motivate and inspire each of KI's students.

*Children's classes are available for Children ages 3 and up.
*Teen and Adult classes are geared to enhance the mind, body and spirit.
*Family classes are a wonderful bonding experience.
*Ladies Only classes provide intensive training in a private setting.
*Special Needs Classes are dedicated to the individualized needs of the student.

All Ages & Levels are Welcome!

Please come in and visit KI Martial Arts - Westchester Krav Maga's, state of the art, self-defense, training and fitness center.
KI Martial Arts - Westchester Krav Maga also offers Private Training & Fun-Filled Birthday Parties!
Ask about KI's Current Promotions and Special Pricing! Please come in for a Free Class!

Right now they have a $99 Special! 6 Weeks for $99! A FREE Uniform and a FREE T-Shirt are Included!

125a Marbledale Road, Tuckahoe
(914) 961-1111
Sensei Vladimir Zolottev

Parisi Speed School

After 250,000 Athletes, 5,000 College Scholarships, 1,000 Teams Trained, 150 NFL Players, and 15 First Rounders, including NHL, NBA, WNBA, and MLB Professional Athletes...they know THE PROGRAM WORKS!

The NATIONALLY RENOWNED speed and performance training program has come to Westchester! From athletes 7 years old all the way to the Pros, Parisi Speed School EMPOWERS athletes to improve their athletic performance by focusing on SPEED, strength, flexibility, endurance, agility, and SELF-CONFIDENCE. If you or your team is looking to get faster, stronger, and DOMINATE any sport, Parisi Speed School will get you there!

Parisi Speed School
powered by Equalize Fitness
One Odell Plaza, Yonkers
Exit 9 off the Sawmill River Pkwy
914-751-6655 914-751-6655



Aqua Tots

Aqua Tots believes that "learning to swim is a life skill that every child should know." It is their goal "for all children, as young as possible to be safe and competent in and around the water." They want to instill "a love to swimming to all of [their] students while teaching them to respect the water."

2900 Purchase Street
Purchase, New York 10577

Badger Swim Club:

Badger Swim Club is the only USA Swimming Level IV Club in Westchester County. There are only 33 such clubs in the country. The USA Swimming Club Recognition Program is a voluntary program that identifies and recognizes USA Swimming clubs for their commitment to excellence in operation, performance, and the support and development of USA Swimming.

Badger Swim Club


The Rye YMCA is a "family-oriented community service organization, which welcomes all people and promotes positive values through programs that build spirit, mind and body." They offer Aquatics for all ages, including Adult Swim Instruction and a Masters Swimming Program.

21 Locust Avenue
Rye, New York 10580

Sarah Lawrence College

Sarah Lawrence College offers community swim and fitness classes for children and adults.  Available classes listed online at .  Further questions 2-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Westchester & Fairfield Swimming & Lifeguarding

Westchester & Fairfield Swimming & Lifeguarding is a proud provider of American Red Cross Programs including Swim Camp, Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED and WSI (Water Safety Instructor). Swim Camp focuses on individual swim development and water safety for all levels and ages. Campers are instructed in small groups of similar age, skill and experience. Our staff includes seasoned American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors and Lifeguards selected not only for their expertise in teaching aquatic skills, but also their ability to provide exceptional role models for our campers. For the accomplished swimmer, WFSL makes a commitment to provide more than just job skills in the aquatics field, but to provide skills that could potentially save a life through Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED and WSI. With a commitment to "safety first, safety always!" WFSL trains students to be proficient in skill, prepared for emergency and professional in caliber."

White Plains YWCA

The White Plains YWCA offers swim classes to children of all ages. This includes Wee Splash for 6 to 18 months, Wee Splash Too for 18+ months and Wee Fish for children ages 3 to 5. There are also more class options.

515 North Street
White Plains, New York

Competitive Swimming

Badger Swim Club

Badget Swim Club is the only USA Swimming Level IV Club in Westchester County.  There are only 33 such clubs in the country.  The USA Swimming Club Recognition Program is a voluntary program that identifies and recognizes USA Swimming clubs for their commitment to excellence in operation, performance, and the support and development of USA Swimming.


The Gael Aquatic Club

The Gael Aquatic Club is “a competitive age group swim club located at Iona College in New Rochelle, New York” It was formed in 1984 and its swimmers have been “state finalists, Eastern United States Swimming Zone All Star selections, All County high school swimmers and many USS meet event winners.” They offer programs for children age 6 and up.

Iona College
715 North Avenue
New Rochelle, New York 10801-1890

YWCA Middies Swimming

The YWCA Middles Swim Team is a “fully sanctioned YWCA and USA Swimming program. It involves a year round commitment on the part of the swimmer including participation in meets.” They offer four levels of professional instruction and training for swimmers six years and older. Over the past 21 years, they have had swimmers “qualify and swim in the Olympics, US Olympic Trials, the Olympic Festival, USA Nationals, US Open, National Junior Championships, Regionals and Zones and have attained many Top 8 finishes.” Additionally, “the Middies have won the YWCA National Championships for the past 20 consecutive years and now hold many individual and relay records.”

YWCA Middies
White Plains YWCA
515 North Street
White Plains, New York



Tuckahoe Squash

30 Elm Street
Tuckahoe, NY 10707

The Bronxville Field Club

Established in 1926, the Bronxville Field Club is a private club with first class facilities for tennis, squash and paddle tennis and swimming. It offers a strong junior squash program.

The Bronxville Field Club
40 Locust Lane
Bronxville, New York 10708

Westchester Squash

Westchester Squash in Mamaroneck, which has four international courts, has squash programs for all playing levels from the recreational player to the nationally ranked junior. The club also hosts the Westchester Open and the Westchester Junior Open. It also offers a variety of membership options.

Westchester Squash
628 Fayette Avenue
Mamaroneck, New York 10543


The Bronxville Field Club

Established in 1926, the Bronxville Field Club is a private club with first class facilities for tennis, squash and paddle tennis and swimming. It offers a strong junior squash program.

The Bronxville Field Club
40 Locust Lane
Bronxville, New York 10708


College Racquet Club

Located in Bronxville, the College Racquet Club offers tennis programs for children and juniors age 5 to 15 as well as clinics for women. It is both an indoor and outdoor facility. They teach all different levels from beginner to tournament level players.
The Director of Tennis, Neil Tarangioli, is Head Coach of the Concordia College tennis team and has been recognized for many years as an outstanding player and coach, including being named Coach of the Year by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association in 1999-2000.

Director of Tennis: Neil Tarangioli
171 White Plains Road
Bronxville, New York 10708


Lake Isle

Lake Isle is an Eastchester Town-owned facility that is open to all residents and a limited number of non residents. Town residents are defined as those people whose “permanent and primary domicile is located within Eastchester, Bronxville, or Tuckahoe. “ Along with five swimming pools and an 18-hole golf course, they have eight Har-Tru tennis courts. Fees for non-residents are higher than for residents.

660 White Plains Road
Eastchester, New York 10709

Siwanoy Country Club

Siwanoy is a private country club in Bronxville that offers swimming, tennis, paddle tennis, dining and golf.

Pondfield Road
Bronxville, New York 10708

Village Tennis Courts

Bronxville has public tennis courts located in the heart of town. They offer private and group lessons for adults and children.


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