juliabfee.com | 914.620.8692 | 2 Park Place, Bronxville
Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated. Equal Housing Opportunity.
Make this your home page

Sponsored Links

Bronxville Weather

°F | °C
invalid location provided
Bronxville Broncos Spirit Week Festivities Well Attended; See Photos PDF Print Email


Editor's noteClick here for photos from Spirit Week.

By Linda Pagano, Member, Bronxville PTA Athletic Council

May 1, 2019: The Bronxville Broncos Spirit Week 2019 was spectacular. Hosted by the Bronxville School Athletic Department and the Bronxville PTA Athletic Council, Bronxville Broncos fans were out in droves and the weather couldn’t have been better for the start of the week. Fans and athletes alike were wearing their Broncos blue-and-white colors and everyone was in the spirit of Spirit Week.

Fans packed the stands for every game, including the varsity baseball fan game on Tuesday, which raised $325 from a 50/50 raffle and a bake sale. Raffle proceeds went to Main Springs (formerly JBFC). In the stands for the game, Steve Malley proclaimed the fan appreciation day “the best fan day ever.” Steve’s son is Bronxville varsity baseball captain, Zip Malley. T-Shirts were given out to first 25 young fans and 25 middle and high schoolers in the stands. Varsity players met with youth fans and signed autographs after the game. 

The girls' and boys' varsity lacrosse fan games on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively, raised money from the Broncos Barn & Grill. The girls' varsity lacrosse team donated $137 to the One Love Foundation in honor of Yeardley Love. The boys' varsity lacrosse team donated $101 to Autism Awareness. T-Shirts were given to the first 25 fans in the stands and young lacrosse players were in the stands and on the field with athletes after the games.

The Bronxville PTA Athletic Council gave out fun items to the teams to wish them luck. The varsity girls' and boys' golf teams were given Bronxville signature golf balls. The girls' varsity softball team got a case of Smartwater and sunflower seeds to wish them well for their spirit game in Tuckahoe. The mountain biking team was given Bronxville Broncos signature water bottles and granola bars for the Hudson Valley XC spirit competition and the boys' varsity tennis team was given Broncos blue sweatbands for good luck at its spirit match.

Spirit Week 2019 also offered opportunities for Bronxville Broncos to fulfill their commitment to the Bronxville Promise by engaging the world around them. Bronxville Broncos athletes met with third-grade elementary school students for their “meet the athlete” event to discuss meaningful moments in their athletic careers at Bronxville and the concepts of sportsmanship and teamwork. The tennis, mountain biking, and golf teams all helped build bicycles for the USO’s “Hearts to Home” bike build event supporting local military and their families for their many sacrifices. Over 50 bikes were built on Saturday in the Bronxville school cafeteria. The varsity track teams, which competed at the Penn Relays this week as well as the Gold Rush Invitational, will hold their annual elementary track and field clinic later in the spring as construction on the track comes to completion.

This past week was filled with Bronco spirit, service, and fun. 

If you missed out on the fun, join us on Saturday, May 4, for the Second Annual Bronxville Broncos LaxFest 2019 on Hayes Field. See the Bronxville Athletics website and the article in this issue of MyhometownBronxville. 

Broncos Together! Go Broncos!

Editor's note: As a public service, MyhometownBronxville publishes articles from local institutions, officeholders, and individuals. MyhometownBronxville does not fact-check statements therein, and any opinions expressed therein do not necessarily reflect the thinking of its staff.


Bronxville School's Athletic Director, Karen Peterson, Retires After 22 Years

News image

Karen Peterson at Sports Awards 2020.  Photo by J. Murrer By Katharine Outcalt Jul. 28, 2020: A warm sun is setting on Karen Peterson's long and storied career as...

Read more

School Sports Recent Articles

Sign Up For Newsletter

MyhometownBroxnville reserves the right to monitor and remove all comments.  For more information on Posting Rules, please review our Rules and Terms of Use, both of which govern the use and access of this site.  Thank you.

The information presented here is for informational purposes only. While every effort has been made to present accurate information, myhometownBronxville, LLC, does not in any way accept responsibility for the accuracy of or consequences from the use of this information herein. We urge all users to independently confirm any information provided herein and consult with an appropriate professional concerning any material issue of fact or law. The views and opinions expressed by the writers, event organizers and advertisers do not necessarily represent those of myhometownBronxville, LLC, its officers, staff or contributors. The use of this website is governed by the Terms of Use . No portion of this publication may be reproduced or redistributed, either in whole or part, without the express written consent of the publisher.

Copyright © 2009 myhometownbronxville.com, All rights reserved.