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Published by Halston Media, 2019-05-23 13:10:42

Katonah-Lewisboro Times 05.23.19

VOL. 2 NO. 11 Visit TapIntoKLT.net for the latest news. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019

South Salem man wins BEDFORD 2020
$100k on game show
Greenhouse gas
Ben Bergstrom appears on Fox’s ‘Mental Samurai’ emissions down
70 percent
BY BRIAN seconds (90 plus the 46 he

MARSCHHAUSER banked from the previous BY TOM BARTLEY At a press conference Wednes-
EDITOR round) to answer four more CONTRIBUTING WRITER day, May 15, at Bedford Town
questions.

Which month has more His rst correct answer Hall, elected town, county and

days: June or July? brought his total to $25,000 Almost a decade ago, with state o cials and environmental

True or false: Sudoku is a for the night. Each subse- climate change posing a global leaders celebrated the town’s sig-

form of mixed martial arts. quent correct answer earned challenge, Bedford laid down a nal achievement.

e questions might seem him $25,000 more. bold challenge for itself: to reduce “We are beyond thrilled to

easy ( July and false), but try With 46 seconds remain- local greenhouse gas emissions by have reached this signi cant

answering them while be- ing, Bergstrom solved the nal 20 percent and do it by 2020. milestone,” Bedford Council-

ing ung around by a giant puzzle, earning him $100,000, Doing dramatically better than woman Lee V.A. Roberts said

robotic arm named Ava. For the title of “Mental Samurai,” that, town o cials announced later. “I knew we could reach

added pressure, there will also admiration from Rob Lowe, last week—a year ahead of the our goal, but I never expected to

be a time limit of 5 minutes to and a chance to grow his deadline and years after reach- achieve a 70-percent reduction

answer a dozen of these ques- bankroll. He competed with ing the original goal—that Bed- three years early.”

tions designed to test your Ben Bergstrom three other nalists in the ford has become the state’s rst “ ese numbers were veri ed
knowledge and memoriza- show’s season nale, which municipality to track, report and by ICLEI and analyzed by the

tion skills. aired Tuesday night. verify a 70 percent drop in its consulting rm of Vanasse Han-

at’s the premise of “Mental Samurai,” a Bergstrom, interviewed before the nale aired, greenhouse gas emissions. gen Brustlin Inc. (Watertown,

game show on Fox hosted by actor Rob Lowe, was contractually obligated to remain tight- Emissions data came from a Mass.),” Roberts said.

which this week wrapped up its rst season. lipped about his performance. Whatever the global environmental network, A ve-term town supervisor

Appearing in the season nale was Ben Berg- outcome, Bergstrom was thrilled to take home Local Governments for Sus- from 2004 to 2014, Roberts has

strom, a 26-year-old South Salem native who $100,000, which he described as a “life-changing” tainability. ( e organization is been at the center of Bedford’s

won $100,000 on the show the week before. amount of money. more often referred to simply as pioneering environmental e orts

In his rst appearance on the show, which aired “I’ll come out debt-free. I’m going to get a car ICLEI, from its original name, from the start. “We have actu-

May 14, Bergstrom answered all 12 questions out of it. I’m going to take a trip,” Bergstrom told the International Council for ally been working on this since

correctly in just 4 minutes and 14 seconds, earn- e Katonah-Lewisboro Times. “It’s remarkable Local Environmental Initiatives. 2007 when the original Bedford

ing him $10,000 and chance to win even more. SEE BERGSTROM PAGE 6 e U.S. branch, based in Denver, SEE EMISSIONS PAGE 6
In the nal round, Bergstrom was given 136 is ICLEI USA.

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The Staff Green Way Markets to open in June TOWN
CROSSING
EDITORIAL TEAM Green Way Markets is now expected to open mid-June.
BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER e grocery store, which is replacing DeCicco Family Markets in Cross River’s Orchard Square Memorial Day Events
EDITOR: 914-302-5628
[email protected] Shopping Center, had hoped to open by Memorial Day. PARADES
However, its opening has been delayed “due to some delivery equipment delays,” Robin Este- Goldens Bridge: A Memo-
GABRIELLE BILIK
SPORTS EDITOR: 914-214-4285 vez, of Estevez Markets, told e Katonah-Lewisboro Times. rial Day parade organized by the
Cross River has been without a grocery store since DeCicco’s closed on Sept. 1, 2018. Goldens Bridge Hamlet Organi-
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ADVERTISING TEAM a May lon with a ceremony at the Goldens
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will form at 11:45 a.m. at the
PAUL FORHAN as abou our intersection of Spring Street and
914-202-2392 Lake Shore Drive, South Salem,
[email protected] B azilia Blowou and step o at 12:15 p.m. for the
CORINNE STANTON Specia march to the Town House. ere,
845-621-4049 Town Supervisor Peter Parsons
[email protected] Th Hai Whar will lead a ceremony that includes
JENNIFER CONNELLY guest speaker Lewisboro Police
914-334-6335 Sgt. David Alfano, a veteran of
[email protected] the U.S. Coast Guard. All veter-
NANCY SORBELLA ans and town civic organizations
914-205-4183 are invited to march. Contact the
[email protected] town clerk’s o ce at 914-763-
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PUBLISHER: 845-208-8151 Online registration is avail-
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Deadlines e fair runs from 10 a.m. to 3
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Paving focus of Katonah Forum
Bedford legislators continue to lobby state on I-684 resurfacing

BY TOM BARTLEY forum, sponsored by the Katonah Village he said. But for “well over 20 years,” he legislative sessions ends,” Burdick said.

CONTRIBUTING WRITER Improvement Society, brought the com- said, the e orts of elected town o cials e legislature was expected to adjourn

munity’s collective concerns to the Kato- have gone for naught. by the end of June.

e long-sought repaving of a Kato- nah Library on Wednesday, May 15. “Two years ago, we were told,‘ e mon- Also expected shortly is a decision on

nah area stretch of I-684 could still hap- In the packed Garden Room, a panel ey is here, we’re getting it done this sum- repaving Cherry Street. Responding to

pen this year, Bedford Supervisor Chris of Burdick, Public Works Commissioner mer.’ But “an emergency came about down residents’ questions, public works chief

Burdick told the annual Katonah Forum Kevin Winn, Police Chief Mel Padilla, county” and the repaving money had to Winn said, “Cherry is certainly on the

last week. But, he essentially cautioned Katonah Fire Chief Henry Bergson and address that issue. “I was the o cial left short list [for repaving]. I’d say if it’s not

everyone not to bet on it. retiring Parks and Recreation Commis- with egg on his face,” Burdick said. done this year it will be done next year.”

Burdick swore o “any breakthrough sioner William Heidepriem discussed is- In November, the Bedford Town Board Burdick explained the town’s approach

announcements,” saying any rm state- sues raised by residents for some 90 min- stepped up its pressure, summoning re- to roadway maintenance. “Unlike the

ment would wait until state highway of- utes. e diverse subjects ranged from, gional DOT director Lance McMillan state of New York,” he said pointedly, “we

cials had publicly declared their intent to including errant hunters arrows to failed to a work session. Backed by state and try to take care of those [roads] that need

resurface the deteriorating highway. “I do septic systems, leaf-blower noise and county elected o cials and others, board attention the most. We do those rst.”

remain hopeful that it’s a possibility [the pond pollution. members urged McMillan to push state e town annually assesses Bedford’s

work] will be done this year. But I can- Roadway paving, Cherry Street as well lawmakers for I-684 funding in their s- 97 miles of paved roads and systemati-

not state with certainty on that.” Town as I-684, was a forum hot topic. Bedford cal 2020 budget. On April; 1, however, cally ranks them in their order of need

o cials should know, he said, before the Councilman Don Scott, who emceed the when the state’s $175 billion budget went for resurfacing, he said. But paving, like

State Legislature’s term ends next month. gathering, said of I-684, “It hasn’t been into e ect, no such money was included. many other town expenses, saw funding

Like supervisors before him, Burdick paved since 1968.” He recalled that state Burdick urged forum attendees to add cut back when the national economy was

said, he’s been burned by assurances from highway o cials “had given excuses [why their constituent voices to politicians’ calls mired in recession more than a decade

the state’s Department of Transportation the resurfacing had not been done] for for action now on road repair. “It’s really ago. “We didn’t want to see taxpayers hav-

(DOT) that funding was in place for the about 20 years. And after that the excuse important for our elected o cers...for the ing double-digit increases in their taxes,

project. In the most recent instance, af- became ‘they know they have to rebuild governor’s o ce, for the DOT all to hear which was compounding their own -

ter sharing Albany’s promise with town the entire interchange and this is a 30- not just from me—because it’s sort of like, nancial distress because of the recession,”

residents, Burdick learned the money had or 40- or 50-million-dollar job.’ So, they ‘Here’s Chris Burdick calling again’— Burdick said of the curtailed outlays to

been diverted instead to another, more- keep using that as the excuse to delay it.” “but to hear from you folks. maintain local streets.

pressing need. Burdick, rst elected to the Bedford “I have to tell you,” Burdick stressed, “So, it’s taken a number of years to in-

e supervisor made his remarks as Town Board in 2007, cited more than two “they keep track of that stu . How many crease the funds that we have [for new

one of ve panelists at the 13th annual decades of failed attempts by the town to calls they get. ‘Oh, here’s Bedford calling asphalt],” Burdick said. Now, “bit by bit,”
renewal of the Katonah Forum. A free- pry loose pavement funding. “Supervisor again.’ It makes a di erence, it really does.” he continued, the Bedford Town Board

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BERGSTROM to make it out of the rst round. EMISSIONS ganization she helped to create,
Before his appearance, Bergstrom, who Conrad said in a statement that
FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 she is “thrilled by this momentous
founded a Zen meditation club while a stu- achievement.”
how nancially secure I feel right now.” dent at SUNY Geneseo, spent weeks getting Energy Action Panel was appointed
Bergstrom, a working actor who lives in Los himself in the right frame of mind, including to formulate a plan for the town,” “It is the result of hard work by
abstaining from alcohol and gluten. she said. the entire community: elected o -
Angeles, said the money will provide him some cials, our partnering organizations,
breathing room as he tries to carve out a suc- “I went super meditative,” he said. “When I Roberts said Mary Beth Kass of the commitment of our citizens,
cessful career in Hollywood. was up there, it was a lot of taking deep breaths. Katonah, who chaired the all-vol- business leaders, students and reli-
When you take a deep breath and take a step unteer advisory group, spent a year gious leaders,” she said.
To date, his acting credits include the web se- back, you can see the forest through the trees.” combing through records to estab-
ries “Reckless Juliets” and “Street Survivors: e lish 2004 as a baseline year against In the years since its founding,
True Story of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash,” For Bergstrom, the most di cult ques- which the goal of a 20 percent re- Bedford 2020 has been the town’s
a feature lm in which he plays Gene Odom, a tion came at the end. For $100,000, he was duction in greenhouse gases could action arm in the campaign to curb
security guard who survived the deadly crash in shown a cartoon image that included two trees. be measured. greenhouse gases. rough separate
1977. He also appeared in the music video for A frightened cat was in one tree while a dog task forces, it has supported Com-
“King’s Dead,” a Grammy-winning rap song by barked at the other. Bergstrom was asked to Greenhouse gases—commonly munity Choice Aggregation, the
Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar and Future. identify the ve-word phrase that matched the water vapor, carbon dioxide, nitrous bulk purchase of electricity—all of
scene depicted in the cartoon. oxide, ozone and methane—con- it, in Bedford’s case, from renewable
“It was a fun time,” Bergstrom said of the tribute to global warming by trap- energy sources—and Energize Bed-
music video. “I accidentally stepped on [Ken- After contemplating it for about 15 seconds, ping heat in the atmosphere. ese ford, a pioneering energy retro t
drick Lamar’s] shoes and he didn’t like that.” Bergstrom answered: “Barking up the wrong trapped gases, residue of such things program that gives quali ed home-
tree.” as the burning of fossil fuels, create owners free or reduced-cost energy
His acting ambitions are what landed him a the greenhouse e ect widely blamed assessments and helps them to make
spot on “Mental Samurai.” After moving out Bergstrom spent the next seven months anx- for climate change. subsequent energy upgrades.
west, Bergstrom said, many of the rst gigs he iously waiting for the episode to air. at’s be-
was o ered were reality shows. cause the show’s producers told him he would In 2010, presenting her advisory e nonpro t has also supported
not get his prize money until it did. panel’s recommendations to the solar-panel installations and advo-
“I guess they just keep a list for people they Town Board, Kass called them “a cated single-stream recycling, the
had interviewed for reality shows in the past,” Bergstrom, an Eagle Scout with Troop 1 in master plan for reducing Bedford’s addition of electric vehicles to the
Bergstrom said. “ ey just sent me an email Lewisboro, said he never planned to become an greenhouse gas emissions.” at town eet and the change to LED
saying,‘Do you want to check out a game show actor. He initially pursued a career in law but environmental blueprint was later municipal lighting.
we’re doing?’” had a change of heart after doing a few law in- made part of the town’s compre-
ternships while at Geneseo. hensive plan. Kass went on to help Not content with those accom-
Several phone and Skype interviews later, found Bedford 2020, which has im- plishments, Bedford 2020 has its
Bergstrom had been brought on as a contestant. It was there he landed his rst theater role in plemented the Climate Action Plan. sights set on further achievement.
the school’s production of “Romeo and Juliet.” “ e good news is we’re not done,”
e episode was lmed at the end of October. He had been helping his girlfriend audition for Kass credited environmental ac- the organization’s program director,
“ ey ask you pretty much basic trivia ques- a role in the play. tivists Ellen Rouse Conrad and Ellen Calves, told the annual Kato-
tions,” Bergstrom said. “ e idea is they are Olivia Farr with working “behind nah Forum last week. “We are set-
questions that anyone can answer if they had Since moving to Los Angeles, Bergstrom the scenes to get the Bedford 2020 ting new goals, and we are going to
enough time.” said, he has been doing a lot of theater perfor- coalition o the ground.” work just as hard to reach them.”
But, Bergstrom said, contestants are “placed mances, recently completing a six-month run
under duress to the point where you can’t think at the Santa Monica Playhouse. His parents, Today, as co-president of the or-
straight,” which explains how a NASA astro- John and Brenda Bergstrom, remain South Sa-
naut and an MIT professor, for example, failed lem residents.

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Do you have Colors yellow signi es joy, Making a spectacle
a favorite happiness, opti-
color? Col- READING, mism, sunshine and There has been a MAN diagnose and treat medical
ors are signi cant in WRITING & summer. e color recent develop- OVERBOARD conditions related to the
in uencing mood, CHOCOLATE red is associated ment regarding eyes. Whereas an optician
levels of activity, KIM with power, excite- my eyesight which I does not test the eyes, but
food choices and so KOVACH ment, anger, hostil-
found quite disturbing: RICK simply lls the eyeglass
MELÉN
it’s getting better. I was prescriptions from the

much more. ity, and love. Blue very concerned about optometrist. Whereas an

e restaurant symbolizes knowl- that, because it goes optimist can nd the good

industry takes the suggestions of edge, integrity and sincerity. Green against a trend that has in me having to have a

color psychologists seriously when promotes thoughts of nature and been occurring ever since I started to get pair of glasses literally in every room.

decorating dining establishments. tranquility. Purple brings to mind old, which was some time after the 3rd It turns out it’s been years since I went to

Certain paint colors can make a royalty and power. grade, which is that everything else is get- the ophthalmologist. at’s because I used

dining room seem claustrophobic or Each year the Pantone Color ting worse. My knees are knotty, my back is to take the eye test at the Department of

unappetizing. e colors red and yel- Institute announces color trends for balky, my shoulder is shaky and I thought Motor Vehicles when I renewed my license,

low are considered the most appetiz- consumer products, clothing and any troubles with my backside were behind and leave it at that. But with the advent

ing when used together for product home decorating trends. e Pantone me. Even my tennis serve is getting worse, of self-driving cars, pretty soon it will be

logos, packaging, signs and restaurant color of the year for 2019 is Living and I’m thinking about taking it in for an necessary only to be able to see where your

designs. Industry insiders refer to the Coral. is color will be popping up MRI. Also, I sometimes feel like I’m losing car is long enough for you to get in it.

use of red and yellow as the “ketchup in handbags, throw pillows, clothes, that thing that helps you remember stu , I e ophthalmologist said he hasn’t seen

and mustard theory” (McDonald’s, and earrings for spring and summer. forget what it’s called. me in quite some time and I told him

Denny’s and TGI Friday’s). e Pantone color wheel is fun I used to be quite near-sighted. Before I maybe he’s the one who needs the glasses.

Food companies pay a lot of atten- to play around with for decorating was married, I was seeing a girl when I was He had a machine blow this hard poof of

tion to the way people react to colors. ideas. Another fun way to use color in college, at least I thought I was. It turns air right into my eye, which startled me and

Would you buy a loaf of bread in a is with the paint samples you can out I wasn’t, and that’s when I got glasses. I almost hit my head on the top of the ma-

black wrapping? Look at the yogurt nd in the hardware store. I like e glasses I wore corrected for near- chine. He says it’s to test for glaucoma, but

containers in purple, red and blue to show these to my writing class sightedness and astigmatism, but I had to I think it’s payback for all the times I blew

hues. Red, yellow and white seem students for inspiration. Each year take them o to read clearly. Bifocals were in my dog’s face. I’m not the only one who’s

to predominate in the grocery store the paint manufacturers try to outdo uncomfortable, because they can’t remove done it either, so don’t try to make me out

aisles. each other with exciting names for the astigmatism correction from the bottom as the bad guy. I know you’ve been doing

On dark, dreary rainy days, I tend di erent shades of the same colors. of the lens where I would read from. So I it too, and if you have, stop blowing in my

to dress in dark colors like black or You can paint your hallway red or used to wear my glasses cocked to the side dog’s face. But I AM probably the only one

navy blue. e weather a ects my maybe Rose Quartz or Vermilion or up on the bridge of my nose, so I could see who told my dog that I was checking for

choice of attire, as well as my mood. Bull’s Eye. Fun names for characters below them when I was looking at some- glaucoma. She doesn’t have it, by the way, I

Other people make a concerted ef- and locations, right? thing close, and see far away if I looked tested yesterday.

fort to wear the cheeriest colors on We associate dark colors with up. is caused people to believe that my en he shines this incredibly bright

a rainy, gloomy day to brighten their somber occasions—black, gray, face was attached to my head at the wrong light into my eye, apparently trying to peer

own moods. brown. If you dress in black you may angle. When I was talking to someone close into my soul. I told him my mother said I

I can’t wait to go outside for a walk be a Goth or a hipster or someone up, my glasses were pointing over their shouldn’t look directly into a bright light,

or hike on a sunny day. If the skies with not much of a zest for life. Yel- right shoulder, and sometimes they would and he told me he wasn’t my mother. He

are gray and gloomy, I will nd 10 low and orange are considered warm, turn around to see what my glasses found also said I should see a specialist about my

other things to do instead of head- vibrant colors. e person wearing so interesting. I was surprised that nobody soul.

ing out for a walk. Same exercise but an orange sweatshirt wants to be else wore their glasses like that, but nobody He said put on the eye patch and take

di erent mindset. noticed. else seemed to be. a look at the chart. He’s probably never

Do you think in color? I dream in If you wear the color pink, you And now people who are near and dear heard my pirate accent before so I told him

full Technicolor and associate di er- can’t help but smile and have a spring to me are blurrier than people who are a quick pirate joke, which went over like

ent words with color. As an imagina- in your step the entire day. Flowers, far and dear to me. So I went to the eye a lead doubloon. He told me to just say

tive kid, I came up with a di erent bubble gum, princesses, and happy doctor, but which one should you go to? the last line, and I thought he meant the

color for every day of the week. De- things are associated with the color An optometrist has to go to college, then last line of the joke, which went over like

cades later, I still think of each day in pink. I smile when I put on my pink after four more years of school get a degree another lead doubloon. He meant the eye

those same colors. Try this yourself: baseball cap. in optometry. He or she can test your eyes, chart, which I could only read if I squinted.

write down the days of the week and check their general health and prescribe It said in really small letters D O N T

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According to the color experts, fourth and fth graders at Katonah gist goes to medical school, then has an to look through this contraption that has a

colors symbolize di erent emotions Elementary School on May 30. internship, a residency, possibly a fellow- SEE MELEN PAGE 11

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them “defriending” her is so strong, that she keeps • Rudeness many times is displaced, especially

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Sleeping in C minor

“Ow!” LOST IN “You were, and you whacked me in the head twice!” I respond-
I woke up with a start when my husband’s left arm SUBURBIA ed. “Could you switch to a more sedate piece of music?”
whacked me in the head. I rolled over to yell at him
and saw that he was sound asleep. His hands, however, were wide He laughed.
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awake and keeping a perfect 3/4 time to some mystery concerto. TRACY sport. Couldn’t you just snore like other husbands?”
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Sadly, this was not the rst time this has happened. My hus- While I was clearly not a fan of being whacked in the head

band works in the music industry and like most husbands, he by my husband in his sleep, I suddenly realized that there might

tends to take his work to bed with him. For us, this means he actually be an untapped resource in his sleep conducting. If he

goes to sleep dreaming of music. Sometimes I wake up to the could conduct in his sleep, why couldn’t he do some other things

sound of him humming in his sleep, which, truthfully, can be kind of cute if not that would be in nitely more productive? Maybe we could get him to dream

for the fact that he wakes me out of a dead sleep humming. But the other, less about home repairs and have him x the broken garage door in his sleep. Or

cute thing he does in his sleep is conduct. And things can get dicey when he is change the lightbulbs in the bathroom. Or even take out the garbage. He could

working on a big orchestral piece and I happen to be sleeping in the string sec- sleep-chore his way through all the things he complained about doing when he

tion. was awake. It was genius.

After my husband whacked me, I rubbed my forehead and wondered if I should “I’m going back to sleep,” he said groggily.

interrupt the symphony and tell the players to take ve or roll over and go back to A few minutes passed and then I heard my husband’s breathing get more rhyth-

sleep. I watched for a minute and saw his hands start to slow down. I wasn’t sure if mic and I knew he was asleep. I leaned in close to him and began to chant softly

the piece he was conducting had become more allegro or if one of the horn players into his ear.

had screwed up and they were trying it again. “Garage door. Garage door. Garage door.”

Deciding the conducting coast was clear, I closed my eyes and tried to go back “Garage door,” he murmured.

to sleep. But just as I dropped o , I got another blow to the head. “Yes, garage door. Fix the garage door,” I said softly.

“Okay Maestro, concert’s over!” I barked at my husband, shaking his shoulder. “Good plan,” he said loudly. “And if you’re going down to the garage you might

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But I just wanted a contact what Francis Scott Key was issues behind her action.
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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019 Sports THE KATONAH LEWISBORO TIMES PAGE 15

Indians make great strides on tennis court

John Jay grits out strong season in conference two

BY DOMINICK DEPOLE
CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Developing a worthy high

school tennis program isn’t easy,

especially when your school com-

petes in one of the toughest confer-

ences around.

But John Jay (10-6) found a way

this season to etch its name in the

discussion with a huge growing

year in Conference Two.

“It was a pretty good year for

John Jay boys tennis,” head coach

Mark Passman said. “ e team

competed hard for every second

they were on the court. We would

have a good time on the bus ride

and at practice. But when we

played a match, everyone zeroed in

on what we needed to do.We came

up with a lot of nice wins. Even

the kids were surprised with how

many matches we won.”

Competing in the conference

tournament held at the high school

May 15-18, the Indians watched

doubles pair senior Ian Hunsberg-

er and sophomore Timothy Cro-

nin advance to the second round.

e duo defeated a pair from

Hen Hud before falling in the sec-

ond match to a team from Byram

Hills in a close a air.

ey lost the rst set, 7-6 and Oybeck
won the second, 6-0 before drop- Asarov
ping the last set, 10-6.

In singles competition, sopho-

more Coby Feldman beat Jack Wei

of Greeley in the rst round.

Feldman lost to Josh Nelson of

Hen Hud in two sets in the next

round. Oybek Askorov also quali-

ed, but lost in the rst round to

Ethan Lanzman of Nyack.

Askorov de nitely made it in-

teresting, losing 10-7 in a super

tie-breaker. e sophomore, along

with Feldman earned All-League

honors this year. As a program, John Jay has kept

“My two singles players are both with the pack and continues to

sophomores and are going to be move forward.

very good players,”Passman said. “ e future is looking pretty

Eighth-grader Jordan Federer good because my one and two

competed in doubles this year and players are going to be juniors

was impressive at such a young age. (Feldman and Askorov) and I ex-

His partner was sophomore Na- pect huge things from them,”Pass-

than Totash. man said. “ ey are super talented

Senior Devin Wortman played and work super hard. ere are a

third-singles and did a commend- few kids coming up from JV who

able job while ghting hard every are going to help as well. Next year

match. looks just as good as this year.”

“We were a very scrappy team,”

Passman said. He (Wortman) was

a grinder.” Coby Feldman
e Indians came a long way

as a team, defeating powerhouse PHOTOS: PAUL
Harrison, 4-3 on May 8. ANDREWS


PAGE 16 THE KATONAH LEWISBORO TIMES SPORTS THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019

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CONTRIBUTING WRITER Gressin also placed second in e girls’ squad placed seventh

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Gressin won the long jump with Kelsey Crawford nished omas Dachik led the John
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John Jay cruises past Eastchester
Ten players score goals in quarter nal rout

BY ROB DIANTONIO Ten di erent players scored for John Jay: believed that it doesn’t matter how many vance them to the nals in a game with
CONTRIBUTING WRITER O’Reilly (4G, 4A), Charlotte Wilmoth goals you score, it’s how many goals you either third-seeded Tappan Zee or sec-
(4G), DiChiara (3G, 2A), Avery Boniface create. It is this philosophy that many of ond-seeded Rye at 7 p.m. on ursday,
It was one of those games that was over (3G), Caroline Panzirer (3G, 3A), Cam- our girls play by.” May 23 at Fox Lane High School.
early and everyone got a chance to con- eron Crawford (2G), Melina O’Connor
tribute. (1G), Jenna Giardina (1G, 1A), Lily Preis John Jay grabbed 20 draw controls to “I believe our team is playing its best la-
(1G, 2A) and Bella Giner (1G). Eastchester’s eight. Giardina scooped up crosse right now,” O’Reilly said. “Playo s
Top-seeded John Jay (13-4) cruised to three ground balls. Kelly Nolan collected is a whole di erent animal and brings out
a 23-4 win over ninth-seeded Eastchester “It is a huge threat when you have a three ground balls. the most competitive nature in all of us.
in the Section 1 Class C quarter nals on team with a group of girls who can all We are working hard to make it to state
May 17. drive to cage, assist and be the support pass e Indians were scheduled to host
for a possible shooting space call,”O’Reilly Hendrick Hudson in the Class C semi - nals this year and will do everything pos-
It was 9-0 less than nine minutes into said. “ ere is no one on the team you can nals on May 20. A win there would ad- sible to make that happen.”
the game when Mia DiChiara scored con- face guard without leaving room for an-
secutive goals within a 20-second span. other great attacker to make a play hap-
pen. Our players are capable, smart and
e Indians took a 16-0 lead into half- unsel sh and that’s why so many of the
time. goals we score are o assists. I’ve always

“After having close games with teams Charlotte Wilmoth goes on the attack. Cameron Crawford looks for a teammate.
like Pleasantville and Hen Hud, we real-
ized that we need to come
at every team with the same
intensity we would have for a
state nal game,” John Jay se-
nior Cara O’Reilly said. “We
had a tough transition playing
highly ranked teams, where
we performed well, to lower-
ranked teams, where we made
it out only one or two goals
ahead. Going into the game
against Eastchester, we knew
we could never let our foot
o the gas and needed to use
every bit of energy we had
left for the entire game. e
key to getting out to a strong
start was setting our team’s
expectations high. We needed
to rise to the challenge. We
didn’t want the ball going past
our 30 and did our best in
transition to hold up the ball.”

John Jay’s Cara O’Reilly makes
her move against Eastchester.

Mia DiChiara heads
for the cage.

PHOTOS: ROB DIANTONIO


PAGE 18 THE KATONAH LEWISBORO TIMES SPORTS THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019

Indians cruise toward semifinals
Top Brewster Bears 16-4

e John Jay-Cross River “ e feeling we had when we

boys lacrosse team started their walked o that eld against Yor-

Section 1 Class B title defense ktown was a feeling that no one

with a bang on Saturday after- on this team wants to feel again.

noon, May 18, as the Indians We’ve tried to make sure of that

cruised past the Brewster Bears, as we’ve won some close games,”

16-4. was Bryce Ford’s response when

After leading 3-1 at the end asked what’s changed since the

of the rst quarter, the Indians early season loss to Yorktown.

outscored Brewster 6-1 in the Coach Schurr added, “A

second quarter and took a 9-2 few things changed. We got a

lead into the half. little healthier as Tyler Wishart,

e second half was more of Charlie Murphy and Dean Ford

the same for the Indians as they didn’t play against Yorktown.

outscored the Bears 7-2. Once all those guys came back,

“We’ve been playing and it changed the dynamic of the

practicing pretty well while also team. We’re really a team rst

having some fun. A lot of guys kind of group, so having good

have been contributing, so the players play the team game will

plan was to just play our game,” only help us.”

said coach Tim Schurr when John Jay will move onto the

asked about the game plan com- sectional semi nals at home

ing into the matchup. on Tuesday where they’ll take Bryce Ford runs the offense
for the Indians.
e Indians certainly had on another familiar foe in Fox

many contributors as Saturday’s Lane. e two teams will play

game featured nine di erent for the second time in eight days

goal scorers. with John Jay winning the rst

Although many players had matchup, 13-4. Charlie Murphy
fires a shot.
great games, senior attackman “We’re really excited. Of

Bryce Ford played strong with course, we want to win a sec-

four goals and an assist while tional championship, but we

senior mid elder Max Kesicki just have to take it one step at

acted as a facilitator for the In- a time,” said Ford when asked John Jay’s Ben
Konak controls
dians o ense with two goals and about how the team is feeling against visiting

three assists. for the rest of sectionals. Brewster in
the Class B
e Indians improved their When asked how far this quarterfinals.

record to 15-2 and have won 13 team could go, Schurr said, PHOTOS: ROB
DIANTONIO
straight games. eir last loss “We’re playing pretty well and

came against Yorktown, a famil- if we continue to play well, any-

iar Section 1 rival. thing can happen.”

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BASEBALL/SOFTBALL ROUNDUP Casey Richman
hustles to third
Indians sweep base.
Somers to close
regular season

BY ROB DIANTONIO the Section 1 Class A playo s
CONTRIBUTING WRITER on May 20.

John Jay-Cross River’s base- Softball

ball team completed a two-

game sweep of rival Somers last JOHN JAY DROPS

Wednesday, May 15, to close out DOUBLE DIP

the regular season. John Jay’s softball squad fell

e Indians started the day to Yorktown (7-0) and Somers

with a 6-0 shutout of the visit- (7-2) last Wednesday, May 15.

ing Tuskers in their senior game. Yorktown’s Alyssa Buck

ey scored ve runs in the rst struck out 11 Indians in the

three innings to take a command- ve-inning win.

ing lead.

Brett Paulsen, who nished Brett Paulsen launches a hit to right-center field.
the regular season with 40 hits
and a robust .571 batting average, PHOTOS: ROB DIANTONIO

went 2-3 with a double and a run

scored. Anthony Zunno was 2-3

with a home run, two RBIs and

a run scored. Jack Capobianco

added an RBI.

Joe Biancone pitched the rst

two innings and struck out three

while allowing no hits. Greg Fries

came on for the nal ve innings.

He scattered ve hits and struck

out four Tuskers.

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Somers, the Indians scored all 14
of their runs in the rst four in-
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in a ve-inning game.

Paulsen had a monster game,
going 3-3 with a home run,
double, four RBIs and three runs
scored.

Miles Capobianco (3-3, 3 runs,
RBI), Biancone (2 RBIs, run),
Jack Capobianco (RBIs, run),
Brett Homer (2-4, 2 RBIs), Jo-
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8, was scheduled to host No. 11
Yorktown in the opening round of


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The Harvey School Cavaliers after winning

their second straight Housatonic Valley
Athletic League (HVAL) girls lacrosse

championship at home Wednesday, May 15.

Harvey LAX girls capture HVAL crown

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captain Keegan Glucksman playing strong, fast and Janos gave credit to Jaques and the team’s two

agile in leading the o ense with seven goals and two other young attackers, eighth-grader Emma Gal-

assists. Freshman Ellie Kal- gano and seventh-grader

man of North Salem, featur- Riannah Wallach, for play-

ing expert dodges and rolls, ing their roles well

had a big game, too, with Janos also singled out his

ve goals and three assists. rst-year assistant, Ash-

Seniors Sophia Scarsella ley Dineen, calling her “a

and Daisy Grossman each great addition this year who

scored two goals. Scarsella, brought a lot to the table in-

the senior captain, added cluding some of our set plays

an assist. Coach Greg Janos were that were great.” He

said Scarsella was “great on added, “We wouldn’t have

the draws” and Grossman been as dominant as we were

“was awesome in moving this year without her.”

the ball down eld, nding e win against Wooster

an extra gear and cruising marked a career milestone

all game.” Junior defensive for Janos. It was his 75th

standout Cameron omas win as a head coach, but

contributed a goal while he preferred to celebrate

eighth-grader Juliet Jaques the accomplishment of his

added another. players in capturing the

Harvey controlled the 2019 HVAL crown.

game from the start with a “I’m really proud of this

relentless defense highlight- crew and very excited for

ed by a play by omas, who them. ey had to earn it

early on made a defensive every day. ey deserved

check, recovered the ground this one,” he said.

ball and took it all the way

down the eld for her goal. Ellie Kalman takes a shot Article courtesy of e
Janos described the play by Harvey School.
PHOTOS: GABE PALACIO PHOTOGRAPHY


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