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Published by Halston Media, 2019-10-31 17:10:21

North Salem News 10.31.19

North Salem’s only weekly newspaper mailed to every home and business.

Vol. 5 No. 31 Visit TapIntoNorthSalem.net for the latest news. Thursday, October 31, 2019

Apple season
fruitful for

business owners

BY HELU WANG
STAFF WRITER

Every autumn when the lower Hudson Valley trans-

forms into a patchwork quilt of orange, yellow and red,

hundreds of thousands of people ood into North Salem

to pick apples or grab a glass of cider at one of its orchard options.

Supervisor Warren Lucas said that increasingly over the past 10 years,

the two apple orchards on Hardscrabble Road—Harvest Moon Farm

and Orchard and Outhouse Orchard—have become a destination for

people from all over the area.

“A lot of people want to come here on weekends. It’s a gorgeous area,”

Lucas said. “We love it that they come here and take a look at it.”

Located in the northeast corner of Westchester, North Salem is the

county’s least dense suburb: 24 square miles of rolling hills and farm-

land. ousands of acres of open land host a variety of farms ranging

Enjoying the apples one of from horse farms to organic animal farms and farm-to-table vegetable
Harvest Moon’s fall weekends.
farms. SEE APPLES PAGE 3
PHOTO: GRAHAM CLARKE

Hayfields opens annex at Purdys train station

Hay elds held a grand opening this week for its annex at the Metro North Purdys Train Station.
e popular North Salem co ee spot brought over a number of its popular o erings and commuter essentials to the new location, which will be open 6-10:30 a.m. and

5-7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
e products and services include co ee and beverages, baked goods and breakfast options, grab-and-go sandwiches and some over-the-counter medicines like Tylenol,

phone charges, batteries, umbrellas and more. e location will also o er dry cleaning, shoe shining and a package drop o conceirge service.
Earlier this year, Metro North said it granted a lease to Hay elds to take over the spot that had been vacant since 2017.

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Family Day spot by Nov. 7. e cost is $35 al Taste of North Salem Parents

The Staff Hammond for members; and $40 for non Night out from 7-11 p.m. Fri- CORRECTION
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Thursday, October 31, 2019 North Salem News – Page 3

Conan and Mr. T
visit Outhouse
Orchards in sketch

from 2000

BY JODI WEINBERGER enough to be at Outhouse Orchards on Mr. T and Conan O’Brien at Outhouse Orhcards PHOTO COURTESY OF JILL KEENE
EDITOR the day of the shoot.
to the brim with apples. Jill Keene worked in the bakery putting
Last year, late night host Conan “All the kids that were there were go- It’s not the rst time Outhouse Or- out pies “as fast as I could during the busy
O’Brien celebrated his 25th year of being ing nuts over him,” Wayne Outhouse season” at the time of the lming and re-
on TV with a gift to his fans. His “Team said. “When I saw him in real life, he was chard hosted a lm crew. members it being a “fun day for all.”
Coco” crew began releasing decades-old not the person in the role, he was more a “We’ve had movies shoot here. We
segments from his adventures outside the pussy cat.” To see the clip, search “Conan goes
studio, bringing back a ood of memories used to have a sawmill on the property apple picking with Mr. T” on YouTube or
to the folks at Outhouse Orchard, which During a break from lming, Wayne and they used to shoot some horror mov- visit teamcoco.com.
is featured in a clip from 19 years ago. Outhouse remembers Mr. T taking time ies,” Wayne Outhouse said. “ ere’s been
for the patrons. a lot of photo shoots.”
In the segment from October 2000,
O’Brien and Mr. T take a road trip from “He said, ‘Don’t worry, I’ll be back to
New York City to North Salem’s Out- give the kids a handshake, the moms a
house Orchards for apple picking, pump- hug and the grandmas kisses’,” Wayne
kin carving, fall foliage and a hayride Outhouse recalled.
through the farm.
e biggest laugh of the segment comes
Wayne Outhouse hadn’t seen the clip at a moment where Wayne Outhouse is
in years but remembered the day vividly. driving O’Brien and Mr. T around on a
hayride. O’Brien has his guitar out and
He described O’Brien has “very conge- is ad-libbing a song using Mr. T’s fa-
nial” and “very tall” but said the star of mous catchphrase “I pity the fool” when a
the visit was Mr. T. ough his fame had branch smacks Mr. T in the face. e kids
faded since the height of his popularity as seated next to the duo start giggling.
the tough-talking B.A. Baracus on “ e
A-Team,” he was a draw for those lucky Wayne Outhouse’s favorite part is the
end where O’Brien and Mr. T drive away
from the orchard in a Rolls Royce lled

APPLES really bring the community together.” tially this year to direct parking.
FROM PAGE 1
Marije Preci, owner of Salem Pizza and Pasta on June “ e best we can do is to provide more space here

Road, is one of the bene ciaries. She said the business and to get more people to get the cars in more quickly

With about 2,000 trees and numerous animals, Har- bene ts from the orchards, especially during harvest and park more e ciently,” Jahaly said. “We’ve dedicated

vest Moon Farm and Orchard is one of the most popu- season when dozens of customers pack the restaurant more resources this year and we’ll continue to do so.”

lar spots in town. Kristina Jahaly, manager of the Har- that mostly relies on delivery service. Over the years, the town has worked with state police

vest Moon, said the 65-acre farm is over 100 years old “It’s a beautiful thing because it helps businesses, es- to direct tra c at the intersections of I-684 and Hard-

and is also a home base for the community where people pecially on weekends when we expect fewer customers,” scrabble Road. More police o cers are dispatched there

can meet friends and neighbors and get together with Preci said. and sometimes Exit 8 has to be closed.

their families. However, the tra c caused by the crowd makes Pre- Additionally, Sam Car Service, a taxi company in

Over the years, the farm has hosted many seasonal ci’s delivery cars get stuck for hours, blocks residents’ Croton Falls, helps through rideshare. Owner Sean

events, including the Easter Egg Hunt, Apple Blos- way home and raises concern about emergency service Murray said during the peak season, the company rents

som Festival and the most popular one—Fall Festival access. shuttles to transport people from the Croton Falls train

on weekends during September and October when the Bill Monti, a longtime resident on Hardscrabble Road, station to the orchards at a cost of $5 a person.

farm hires temporary workers and brings local vendors said it takes about half an hour to drive less than a mile Lucas said people in town appreciate having the farms

in to accommodate more than 40,000 visitors. It also to his house when the tra c stands still. But his major here, but solving the tra c issue takes time.

provides educational opportunities to students and do- concern is about emergency vehicle access on the road. “People in our town love having the farms here. ey

nates trees and plants to the town and the school district, “I don’t deny that they deserve the business, but they love the rural character of our town and the working

and produce to food pantries in neighboring towns. have to do something to alleviate the problem that they farms keep the town that way,” Lucas said. “We con-

“We’re very proud that we can grow produce that caused,” Monti said. tinue to work with the orchards, but there is no easy

bene ts our local community,” Jahaly said. “We feel that Jahaly said the farm has increased its sta substan- solution.”

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Wedding announcement ROCK org or visit keelerlibrary.org. UPCOMING EVENTS
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Thursday, October 31, 2019 North Salem News – Page 5

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Page 6 – North Salem News Jessi-Ann Jamboree Thursday, October 31, 2019

On Saturday, Oct. 5, the North Salem Soccer Club hosted the 3rd annual Jessi-Ann Jamboree, a charity soccer event in honor of Jessi-Ann Bettcher, former Brewster

resident and youth soccer coach. Youth soccer teams from Brewster, Rye, Katonah-Lewisboro and Armonk came out Joe Bohrdrum eld park in North Salem to participate

in a fun- lled day of soccer and to raise money for Live On NY, a charity that advocates for organ donation. PHOTOS COURTESY OF JENNIFER LATTERNER PHOTOGRAPHY

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Thursday, October 31, 2019 North Salem News – Page 7

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Page 8 – North Salem News Opinion Thursday, October 31, 2019

Happily
Ever After

Nora! Nora! Nora! Trick or treat

ago when Ibsen unleashed Torvald owes her for his years
of treating her like chattel
Nora on an unsuspecting instead of as a life partner with puddle of rain water pour out of the
free will. trash bag along with the candy.
world. Call it a male-domi- READING,
Torvald’s “facts”here are that WRITING & As you may know, Halloween has
BRUCE nated world’s shotgun mar- he had to raise their children CHOCOLATE its origins in ancient Celtic festivities.
THE BLOG riage to misogyny. at the without a mother (with live-in People wore costumes and masks, lit
divorce is long overdue is but nanny Anne Marie sacri cing KIM bon res and carved turnips and ruta-
BRUCE the care of her own child to KOVACH bagas to place in windows and door-
APAR one of Lucas Hnath’s many serve as Nora’s surrogate); and ways to ward o evil spirits. When
musings on the subject. that he never led for divorce When I was a little kid, my Irish immigrants sailed to America
from Nora, which now is caus- rst Halloween costume in the 1800’s, they brought their Hal-
I’m a rm believer that ing her potential legal trouble was a witch out t. e loween traditions including the old
that could undermine her lucra- costume consisted of an ugly-looking folktale of Stingy Jack. As the legend
any open-minded, curi- tive literary career, compelling greenish plastic face mask with a goes, old Jack tricked the devil twice
her to seek Torvald’s help. black hat attached and a long black and was cursed to spend eternity
ous individual can honestly skirt to complete the ensemble. I wandering the earth carrying a carved
Torvald’s “truth”here is that think my brother wore a skeleton turnip as his lantern.To celebrate All
“ADoll’s House,”by present two or more sides he owes Nora nothing, not costume. Hallows Eve in their new country,
immortal drama- even an apology; she chose to large American pumpkins were
tist Henrik Ibsen, of almost any issue without leave him and their kids. In his Halloween was much simpler carved into Jack-O-Lanterns (instead
prejudice. Mr. Hnath is one of mind, Nora, far from being an in those days. We wore the same of turnips) for a more dramatic e ect
those persons. He nimbly nds innocent victim, manipulated costumes for a few years in a row to when lit from within.
and mocked him during their trick or treat up and down our block
sent shock waves through several ways to hypothesize marriage. after school. As we got older, we put By the early twentieth century,
together our own costumes from Halloween became a celebration for
strait-laced, late-19th Century the consequences—15 years is is not to say some of the items in our parents’closets. One year children. Colorful costumes, parades
aforementioned “truths”don’t I dressed in a long bathrobe and pink and haunted houses were introduced
European society by having an hence—of Nora’s derring-do. evolve before the curtain falls, plastic hair curlers, another year I in towns and cities across the U.S.
but I’m not into spoilers. wore my dad’s U.S. Navy uniform. Instructions for making children’s
oppressed mother of two leave costumes were printed in women’s
WHAT MEN & WOMEN WANT e year we lived in Florida, there magazines. en in the early 1900’s
her family as the curtain came FACT MEETS TRUTH e playwright gets tre- was a torrential rainstorm on Hal- commercially manufactured costumes
loween. My brother and a neighbor became available. Ghosts, skeletons,
down, leaving audiences of the What I took away from his mendous mileage from riding kid decided that we should still go devils and witches were the most
Ibsen’s coattails to examine a trick or treating despite the down- common costumes for children. Early
time in disbelief. entertaining exercise is that, range of timeless issues that pour. We cut holes in large trash bags costume companies in Massachusetts
inform how men and women to pull over our t-shirts and jeans and Pennsylvania began making
“A Doll’s House Part 2” while facts may not be arguable, co-exist. and grabbed another plastic trash paper costumes in 1910. e Ben
bag each to use as our trick or treat Cooper Company in Brooklyn
(ADH2) by Lucas Hnath we humans since time began We are reminded how bags. e neighbors were surprised expanded into Halloween costumes
seemingly innocent cat-and- to see us on their doorsteps in such in addition to the theatrical costumes
imagines what might happen if love to argue, with hidebound, mouse games can quickly ignite bad weather. ey gave us extra candy they produced for the Cotton Club
nuclear attacks of mutually since no other children had ventured and Ziegfeld Follies dancers in 1937.
Nora returned 15 years later. e defensive ferocity, over what assured destruction (shades of out in the rain storm. Our plastic
George and Martha in Ed- bags were heavy with all of that Hal- I like costume parties and candy
one-act play (without intermis- each of us sees as objective ward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of loween candy. I remember excitedly as much as the next person, but the
Virginia Woolf?”) dumping my bag of candy onto the idea of bobbing for apples turns my
sion) can be seen through Nov. 2 “truth.”You know -- that word living room rug and watching a stomach. Did you know that the
Mr. Hnath adroitly and
in Armonk. It is being presented we like to use as a convenient entertainingly presents the four SEE KOVACH PAGE 10

by Hudson Stage at North euphemism to elevate -- or SEE APAR PAGE 10

Castle Library’s Whippoor- cloak -- what in fact is a wholly

will Hall eatre. (For ticket subjective “opinion.”

information: A Doll’s House In ADH2, there are a lot of

2—Brown Paper Tickets). truths ying across the stage,

Mr. Hnath’s imaginative and in every direction, not only be-

provocative creation is both a tween Nora (Denise Bessette)

celebration of womanhood and and Torvald (Kurt Rhoades),

a consideration of victimhood. but among their now-adult

It is wrought with the rigor of a daughter Emmy (Rachel Kent)

blacksmith setting o sparks. and housekeeper Anne Marie

What resonates with people (Mary Stout).

like me in this Tony-winning Nora’s “facts”here are that

2017 play is the writer’s timely she’s become a prominent

agenda—and obvious facility— author of books that encourage

in challenging hoary assump- women to assert their indepen-

tions about stubbornly persis- dence, even if it means leaving

tent social standards that were their husband.

morally benighted 140 years Nora’s “truth”here is that

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Thursday, October 31, 2019 OPINION North Salem News – Page 9

Chill’n Out Burnin’ down
the house
JUST birthday, so I liked to think that my sis. Our new home was all electric
JO ANN present would be the gift of warmth. and three times the size of our rst As the TRACY
Complaining about the heat, or lack home. Ken quickly learned to turn chief BECKERMAN
JO ANN of, became a tradition my sisters and down the thermostat when our rst domes-
FRANCELLA I performed each fall with our dad. electric bill was way more than he tic o cer of
Ah, the fun we had as we shivered. had anticipated. It was a “chilling” our family. I’m
Remember when you were a But, truth be told, I loved the cozy lesson.
kid and you wanted to turn up feeling of snuggling up under a blan- usually pretty
the heat in fall and your father ket with my sisters in our pajamas as I enjoyed writing this column
said,“Not until November 1. at’s the whole family watched television and loved the “warm” thoughts as I fastidious about
when landlords turn on the heat.” at night; but we weren’t going to let traveled down memory lane. anks
Dad know that. Dad for the “fall fun” and the heating the cleanliness
No? You don’t recall that? You lesson. We certainly all survived, and
mean my dad was the only one who Fast forward twenty years and I the family warmth and love made of my home. But
said that? was married. Suddenly with one up for the lack of heat. Dad is no
child, my own home and monthly longer with us, and my sisters and every once in a while, something escapes my attention,
I recall that transitional time be- bills, I began to understand my dad’s I never did let on that we knew he
tween mid-September and October autumnal chants of, “No heat until didn’t wait until November 1 to turn and then, before I know it, we have a disturbing situation
31 when the temperatures would November 1.” up the heat. And Ken, hold on just a
gradually fall and the house felt like bit longer…it’s almost November 1. on our hands.
an icebox. One by one my three As a child, my husband, Ken,
sisters and I would approach my dad and his family lived in the rst oor joannfrancella@aol.com Such is the case with my refrigerator.
and tell him we were freezing. First, apartment of his grandparents’ home.
he would tell us that apartment His grandparents were very generous Fun Facts “Something in the fridge has gone bad,” my husband
building landlords wouldn’t turn up with the heat, so Ken always en- by Jo Ann
the heat until November 1, and then joyed being warm and comfortable. said, slamming the refrigerator door on the o ending
he’d tell us to put on a sweater. Early in our marriage, he often com- The Romans were among the
plained that our house was too cold. first people to create heated smell.
“But we don’t live in an apartment My response? “Put on a sweater.” I
building, Dad; we live in a private didn’t have the heart to tell him that floors. More than half of “I may have forgotten to throw something out,” said I,
house.” We were whistling into the he had to wait until November 1 for American homes are heated
wind. No heat until November 1. some heat. at was a family joke I by natural gas, and the U.S. the likely guilty party.
was sure he wouldn’t understand or uses more than one quarter
“Um, Dad, I think I have ice appreciate. “Well, don’t worry about it,” he said. “At this point,
crystals on my eyelashes.” of the world’s total oil.
When we moved into our second whatever it is can probably walk itself to the garbage.”
“Nice try. November 1!” Of home, Ken insisted on keeping all
course, November 1 was also my the rooms heated just to see what it I will typically empty out the leftovers once a week.
would cost us on a monthly ba-
But occasionally a leftover will be pushed to the back of

the fridge, out of sight and out of the smell zone, until it

gets so bad, we have to bring in a crime scene clean-up

crew to take care of it.

Typically, the o ending culprit is just one lone con-

tainer and the stinki ed aroma is not that bad. In this

case though, the smell was so horri c that it was clear

there might be multiple former leftovers that had trans-

mutated into things with consciousness, and also, possibly,

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APAR mum e ect, to the delight of the KOVACH turns trying to grab oating apples with their teeth
audience. She is an actor’s actor. sounds like a germ-fest to me.
FROM PAGE 8 FROM PAGE 8
I was intrigued by Rachel Speaking of germs, don’t forget to sanitize your door-
characters’ varied perspectives on Kent’s take on Emmy, Nora and tradition of bobbing for apples in a tub lled with bell on November 1st after all of those trick or treaters
the sacrosanct institution of mar- Torvald’s daughter. She toys water dates back to the Roman invasion of Britain? have pressed their ngers on it on Halloween night!
riage. It all happens so fast, the mischievously with her absentee
90-minute play ew by in what mother, a ecting a decidedly e conquering army incorporated apples into Kim Kovach enjoys eating candy every day of the
seemed like half that time, a credit smug demeanor, replete with the Celtic traditions as part of All Hallows Eve year. Treat yourself to a creative experience in Kim’s
to director Margarett Perry and highly animated facial expressions festivities. e Romans brought the apple tree to writing classes for adults, children and teens. www.
the very skillful cast. that signaled mock interest, over- Britain, a representation of the goddess of plenty, kimkovachwrites.com
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As Nora, Denise Bessette DE COUPLED CONVERSATIONS? BECKERMAN age containers that looked and kitchen version of Chernobyl.”
I recommend this play highly, smelled suspect. My husband “I think we’re in over our
(co-producer of Hudson Stage) FROM PAGE 9 opened the rst one.
smoothly journeys through a with the cautionary note that heads,” he said. “We need a
gamut of guises. Her Nora plays couples whose relationship might hair. Knowing that the endeavor “What is it… or rather what bio-hazard team to contain the
victim, role model, blamer, confes- be on less-than- rma terra will of nding and disposing of the was it?” he asked, stepping problem.”
sor, shamer, survivor. She knows either have a lot to talk about as problem could singe my nose back for fear that the thing in
how to hold a stage, in this case a they leave the theater -- or won’t hairs or otherwise expose me to the container would leap out, “No, we can do this,” I assured
strikingly austere room, designed be talking at all, at least for a little a life-threatening health hazard, consume him, and then consume him through my mask. “ ere’s
by David L. Arenault, with but while, until they can process the I donned rubber gloves, a rain the house, the city, and all the just one more container.”
two chairs, walls, and a door (plus shock of recognition that just poncho, and a surgical mask. people in it.
cleverly used neon lighting). played out in front of them. Experience had taught me As we pried open the top,
that when it comes to rotting “I don’t know,” I admitted. my son walked into the room,
Kurt Rhoades brings to Torvald In seeing A Doll’s House Part 2, leftovers, you can never be too “Maybe sh?”We both stared assessed the situation, and then
a suitably dour dose of impassive we are moved to assess our own treat- careful. at the former sh and realized peered into the Pyrex.
gravitas, joined by a vulnerability ment of a partner. Are we kind or cru- we no longer had sh, but we
and repressed rage on the verge el? Are we considerate or self-serving? “OK, save the dog and your- did have an excellent source of “Oh, hey! I was wondering
of detonation. He speaks volumes Are we content or complacent? self,”I announced. “I’m going in.” homegrown penicillin. what happened to my leftover
without saying a word. It all adds pizza,”he said.
up to a Bryan Cranston vibe that Mr. Hnath succeeds with artful My husband did not leave, We opened another container
is the perfect foil for Ms. Bessette’s exuberance in doing what any though. He o ered to help, prov- and decided that not only did I raised an eyebrow at him.
emancipated, extroverted Nora. quality playwright is obliged to ing once again that love is not the contents have to go, so did “It was just biding its time be-
do: he makes us dig deep to ques- only blind, it is also olfactorily the container itself. fore it could take over the world,”
Adding immeasurably to the tion our own values and behavior. challenged. After he put on his I said.
success of this production is the As half of a relationship, just what own personal hazmat suit, we “I’m afraid to open the next “Oh cool,”he replied.“Do you
marvelous (dare I say scene- kind of human being am I being? opened the fridge and began one,” said my husband as he think I can still eat it?”
stealing?) performance of Mary clearing out the items in the front reached for the third storage
Stout as Anne Marie. Every move ere may not be any question that we suspected were blocking container. “Every time I open You can follow Tracy on Facebook
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Ruth Keeler Memorial Library is located at 276 Titicus Road. For more information on any of these events, call 914-669-5161 or visit keelerlibrary.org.

Zombie Special Effects on Booster Club from 7-11 p.m. ebration of science, technology, well as some biographies. e a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and led by

Sunday November 17, 11 a.m. to Friday, Nov. 1, at the Salem Golf engineering, art and mathemat- books are chosen by the group Maryanne D’Amato the rst

3 p.m. Join special e ects NYC Club, 18 Bloomer Road, North ics. Mad Science will be here and are wide ranging. Multiple Wednesday of the month. It is

artist, Christina Vida, for a fun Salem. Ticket price is $50. with a spectacular show at noon copies of the books at the library open to all writers and aspiring

hands-on workshop. Limited to Celebrate Halloween with and then participants can have for people to check out and read. writers who are invited to share

17 spaces only. For ages 12 - 18 Story Times and Crafts on fun with rockets, dry ice, a wind “ e World Broke in Two” by their work or desire to write in a

pre-registration required, there is Monday, Oct. 28, 10:30-11:30 tunnel and more! For children in Bill Goldstein on Nov. 12 at 7:30 supportive atmosphere.

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Bagels & Books. First urs- do a craft. stay with your child and have fun. by Richard Brookhiser on Dec. by many world-class museums.

day of each month from 10:30 Castles, Homes and For- Handmade Holiday Bazaar 10 at 7:30 p.m. You can visit some of these free

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Page 16 – North Salem News Sports Thursday, October 31, 2019

GIRLS SOCCER

North Salem
outlasts Croton

Tigers win double OT match
to advance in playo s

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER e sage advice of Coach Robert Martin

SPORTS EDITOR helped the athletes keep their composure, Mo-

lina said.

e playo opener for North Salem girls soc- “One of my favorite sayings ‘Mart’ has for

cer was a war of attrition. moments when tensions are high is ‘duck on a

After 90-plus minutes of battle with visit- pond.’ Which means: Look peaceful and calm

ing Croton Harmon on Friday, Oct. 25, it was while the craziness of a game is [happening] fe-

North Salem’s Julia DeSanto who nally broke rociously underneath,” Molina said.

through to score the game’s one and only goal, e win earned North Salem a trip to Pleas-

ending a physical game between two evenly antville, where they took on the top-seeded

matched teams, identical even in mascots. Panthers in a quarter nal match on Monday

Scoreless throughout, the match between the (Oct. 28).

eighth- and ninth-seeded Section 1 Class B e match took place too late for the results

teams was at times tense and grueling. But the to be included in this paper. Check back next

moment never got too big for the North Salem week or visit @Halston_Sports on Twitter.

Tigers, whose preparation was key to them sur-

viving over the Croton Harmon Tigers.

“We have been working for this moment since Lily Guiliano tries to get
Aug. 19,” said co-captain Ellie Molina. “We ran by the Croton keeper.
9 miles a day to prepare us for Friday’s game.”
PHOTO: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER

FIELD HOCKEY

North Salem moves on to semifinals

Stella DiDomenico

Juliet Serra battles for position against a Valhalla defender on Oct. 26. PHOTOS: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER North Salem eld hockey (14-2-1), the No. 2 seed
in the Section 1 Class C playo s, defended their
home turf on Saturday, Oct. 26, against No. 7 Val-
halla.

Allison Eberhardt scored 2 goals and Juliet Serra
scored 1 goal for the Tigers.

North Salem hosted No. 3 Rye Neck in the semi-
nals on Wednesday, Oct. 30.

e nals will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2,
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BOYS SOCCER Co-captain Marc Schembri fires up his teammates before the match.

North Salem blanked in playoff opener

e North Salem boys soccer team’s season is over after fall-
ing, 3-0, to Ardsley in the rst round of the Section 1 Class B
playo s on ursday, Oct. 24.

Ardsley’s Alexander Sydor broke a scoreless tie 4 minutes be-
fore halftime. e Panthers went up 2-0 just 2 minutes later. ey
added the third and nal goal with 7 minutes left in the game.

North Salem’s goalkeeper, senior Mark Mackenzie, made 9
saves in defeat.

After starting the season on a ve-game losing streak, the Ti-
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Thursday, October 31, 2019 SPORTS North Salem News – Page 19
North Salem junior
CROSS COUNTRY Ava Jolley heads for
the finish line.
Jolley wins county
championship meet A Neww CA oNonenwcceCerotrntcDeDritniDniniinnginggEExExpxpeeprrieeienrcnieecInnecSIoenutSihnoSauSletohmu,StNahYleSmal,eNmY

Junior becomes rst North Salem
athlete to capture title

BY ROB DIANTONIO
CONTRIBUTING WRITER

North Salem junior Ava Jolley nished rst in the Westchester County Cross Coun-
try Championship Meet on Oct. 26 at Croton Point Park. She became the rst North
Salem athlete to ever win the county meet.

Jolley clocked a personal best time of 18:09. As the race progressed, she lengthened
her lead and pulled away from New Rochelle’s Kaitlyn Casas (18:35.6), who took
second.

“ e best thing that happened today for Ava is that she was challenged in the front
end of the race by a New Rochelle runner,” said coach Chris Gould. “She has great
instinct with when to make a move to create separation and she did that between the

rst and second mile and held her 5:51 mile pace for a decisive, historical win. at is a
10 second personal best and she currently has the top Class C time in New York State.”

Juliette Intrieri placed 21st in 18:09 for the girls, who were 14th overall out of 28
teams.

Henry James was the top nisher for the Tiger boys, nishing in 106th out of 237
runners. All of North Salem’s boys competitors clocked personal best times.

e Tigers will compete in the Section 1 championship meet on Nov. 9 at Bowdoin
Park.

Gould said the boys team “will continue to work and improve” while the girls squad
is looking to put themselves in the mix at sectionals.

“It is a challenge the girls have embraced and we will see where it takes us,” Gould
said. “Bowdoin Park is a vastly di erent course compared to Croton Point Park. We’ll
put the work in to face the hills with everything on the line.”

Henry James was
the top finisher for
the boys team.

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 19

Nicholas DiGiacomo competes in Ryan Renda Mia Santis heads down the home stretch.
the county championship meet.

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Dkindoywo?u NOTICE OF PUBLIC procedures in the Town of Org. led with Sec. of State against may be served & shall
HEARING North Salem Code, Chapter of NY (SSNY) 9/26/2019. mail process to 110 Travers
While the image of a witch 107 Freshwater Wetlands and Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY
riding her broomstick across a e North Salem Planning Chapter 193 Stormwater. e as agent upon whom process 10543. General Purpose.
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hood of witnessing a full at 7:30pm or as soon thereafter General Purpose. Notice of Formation of
moon on Halloween is pretty as may be heard, in the Town A copy of the application Plain Bay Syndicate, LLC. Art.
slim. According to Moongi- Meeting Room at 66 June Road, may be seen in the o ce of the LLC FORMATION NOTICE Of Org. led with SSNY on
ant.com, a full moon on Hal- North Salem, NY to consider an Planning Board, 270 Titicus 09/16/2019. O ce Location:
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een ve times every century. is designated on the Tax Location: WESTCHESTER. Road, North Salem, New York
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