The Journal News and Lohud.com named Ben Hurd, a PMHS 2007 graduate, as the best high school hockey player of the decade.
Caitlin Fryer, who played Varsity Soccer for PMHS for two years and then transferred to Bronxvlle High School, was named one of The Journal News/lohud best girls soccer players of the 2019 decade.
Senior Saverio Battaglia and sophomore Ben Rosenberg were named PMHS Athletes of the Week for their roles helping the varsity hockey team get off to a strong start to the season. Battaglia notched 57 saves, allowing just 3 goals in two ties in the Fabulous 21 Tournament against West Seneca West and Lancaster. Rosenberg, in his first varsity game, notched a hat trick and added two assists in the Pelicans’ 8-1 win over Carmel.
Pelham Board of Education President Jessica DeDomenico announced at the Board's meeting last week that Glover Field's football field will not be named for Anthony Senerchia Jr., but a plaque will be erected to honor him and a ceremony will be planned for the spring.
PMHS Senior Maria Comerford signed her National Letter of Intent to play Division 1 lacrosse at College of the Holy Cross next year. Comerford, who also plays soccer and basketball for the Pelicans, was joined at the ceremony by Athletic Director Stephen Luciana, her basketball coach Tim Pitrulle, as well as family and friends.
PMHS senior soccer players Maria Comerford and Izzy Anderson were named PMHS Athletes of the Week. Both were instrumental in a huge win over Byram Hills with Anderson recording 9 saves and Comerford leading the defense in the shutout.
Seniors Benny Morfit and Joel Hawthorne, junior Carlo Volpe were recognized for football, and sophomore Kate Loughran for tennis as he four were named PMHS Athletes of the Week.
Seniors Catherine Taubner, Peri Zale, Grace Aronson, Lance Brady, Morgan Sample, and Grace Liberatore, junior Jane Dunbar, sophomore Amaya Goulbourne and Eileen Mazzaro were named PMHS Athletes of the Week.
TriCounty Basketball League Boys 7th Grade Tryout for Pelham residents this Sunday, October 6, from 7:00pm - 8:30pm at Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle 79 7th Street (Mascaro Location), New Rochelle.
Pelham Dragons U13 girls soccer joined the Fordham Women’s Soccer team for their in-division home opener against St. Bonaventure on Sunday, September 23 at Fordham University.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has signed legislation requiring tackle football programs to provide the parents or guardians of all participating children with informational packets regarding concussions and sub-concussive blows, and the injuries that may result from receiving such blows.
PMHS Football Coach Artie Viggiano is Week 1 winner of The New York Giants Lou Rettino HS Football Coach of the Week award presented by @Gatorade. The Giants Foundation and @Gatorade will be donating $2,000 to the PMHS football program.
A conference on concussion for parents, coaches, school administrators, athletic trainers, healthcare professionals, and youth athletes, presented by Westchester County and Phelps Hospital Northwell Health is scheduled for Thursday, August 29 from 6:00 - 8:30 pm at Westchester County Center, 198 Central Ave, White Plains.
Benjamin Hurd, a 2017 graduate of PMHS and captain of Pelham's NY State championship varsity hockey team the same year, is up for LoHud hockey player of the decade.
The Pelham Community Rowing Association Boys team of Abe Eligator, Julian Callegari, Oliver Rayner, Gabe deLasa and coxswain Sophia Leun had another successful regatta, highlighted by winning the Gold Medal in the Boys U19 4+. Philly Youth.
The City of New Rochelle will celebrate former resident and NY Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera’s unanimous selection into this year’s baseball Hall of Fame with `Mariano Rivera Day’ tomorrow, Saturday, July 28 with a pinstripe parade.
The Swim Across America Long Island Sound chapter kicked off its summer fundraising season at the NYAC Travers Island in Pelham Manor on July 12 with 55 swimmers raising over $60,000 for local cancer research, prevention and treatment.
Zach Heese, PMHS 2014, and Danny Madden, Iona Prep 2014, qualified for the Senior U.S. National Team when their mens lightweight quadruple sculls boat won the final during team trials held at Mercer Lake in West Windsor, NJ on Wednesday, July 10.
The PMHS girls basketball team is competing for the second season in the O’Hara Summer Basketball League in Irvington. With wins against Eastchester, Byram Hills, host Irvington and Dobbs Ferry, Coach Tim Pitrulle’s squad is 4-1 thus far, with two games next week and playoffs the week after.
See PDF lists with the names of the 3-Sport, 2-Sport & 1-Sport PMHS Senior Athletes who received those awards at the Booster Club Dinner on June 6. A PDF of the Coaches Awards is also posted.
Trinity College field hockey captain Chandler Solimine of Pelham is among seven women nominated to represent the New England Small College Athletic Conference as its NCAA Woman of the Year nominee. A committee of conference administrators will select the NESCAC’s representative for the award.
Pelham Memorial High School senior Jennifer Bell has been named a NISCA/Speedo High School All America Diver for the third consecutive year. The National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association awarded Bell the honor following her senior season diving for the PMHS Women’s Swimming and Diving Team coached by Chris Driwinga.
Seniors Jeremy Camiguel and Nick Lapponese and juniors Sean O’Brien and Ajdin Pelinkovic were named PMHS Athletes of the Week for their roles in helping the rugby team win its third state championship. In the semifinal against Syracuse, Pelinkovic made numerous tackles defending the goal line and gained many yards through the heart of the defense. In the same game, O’Brien led the scrum to a dominant performance. In lineouts he was a fantastic lifter helping secure lineout balls.
Chelsea Piers announced that Chelsea Piers Aquatics Club swimmers Kate Douglass and Maxine Parker have qualified for the 2020 USA Swimming Olympic Trials. The competition will serve as the sole qualifier for swimmers on the 2020 US Olympic Team for the games in Tokyo.
Max Middleton and Cooper Winburn won first place in their divisions in Pelham's Fourth Annual Junior Home Run Derby held on May 17.
Seniors Violet Massie-Vereker, Kieran Gilchrist and Nora Tahbaz, juniors Jack Golden, Aiden Bennett, and Charlotte Howard, and sophomores Haley Wall, Brett Bober, Luca Rivera, Caroline Veteri and Catie Woods were named PMHS Athletes of the Week.
The 2019 John Marshall Award was presented to Shea Humphrey by the Pelham Recreation Commission on Monday, May 13. For the last few years he has attended many of the games of PMHS hockey, football and other teams and has been one of the most enthusiastic fans at those games.