After Long Wait, Brewster to Play Sleepy Hollow

Players have "faith" in teammates.

Brewster's varsity football team is set to take on Sleepy Hollow, in the second playoff game, at home 3 p.m. today.

The faceoff was originally slated for Tuesday, but Hurricane Sandy hit, pushing everything back. 

At the Bears' last practice, Coach Ed Mulvihill said the team was performing well and implementing a "special package" for Sleepy Hollow. The players were in great spirits, following a close win over Walter Panas.

"It was a nailbiter, but we've had a few of those so we were ready for it," he said. "My wife came home and said 'Everybody was so nervous!' The kids aren't really that nervous. They're used to this, and they're prepared for it, so when it came time to make a couple trick plays, they were really ready to go. Not nervous at all. They're really excited about this new opportunity."

Check out the photos above for insight from the players.

Michael Ercole November 03, 2012 at 11:14 AM
I'm looking forward to a great game. I also heard that there was a food and other necessities drive. If so would you send out an update about it. If everyone brought a 5$ item it would hi a long way.
Shari Brickman Chiara November 03, 2012 at 11:46 AM
The Brewster Varsity Football team is going to be collecting items for the victims of Hurricane Sandy tomorrow at the football game. Laura and Ed Donelan will be going down to Staten Island on Sunday to deliver the much needed items. Below is a list of some of the items that have been requested. Please find it in your hearts to help of the people affected by this heartbreaking tragedy. We will have a table at the game tomorrow, Saturday at the high school to collect any items you'd like to donate. I will make sure we get them to the Donelans to take with them on Sunday. Thank you so much! See you all tomorrow! Water juice boxes baby formula ensure or similac canned food granola bars instant oatmeal tea / coffee / hot chocolate toiletries: shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes, toothpaste feminine sanitary supplies baby diapers adult incontinance supplies contractor garbage bags gloves blankets - new pillows - new sheets - pillowcases - new socks, hats, stretchy gloves - new new or very gently used warm clothes, jackets, sweatshirts Batteries!!! Flashlights / LED lanterns other non perishable food
Ashley Tarr November 03, 2012 at 03:11 PM
Thanks so much for the heads-up, Michael and Shari. I just shared on Twitter. Shari, thanks for posting on Facebook. Please let me know (Ashley.Tarr@Patch.com) how many items folks donate!


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