Many Larchmont families celebrated father's day with breakfast in bed, eating out for lunch and evening barbecues, but some decided to make it a day of games.
After getting a quick slice of pizza, Chris Difolco played a little one-on-one with his son Matthew at the Chatsworth Elementary school basketball court.
"I won one and he won one," said Difolco, of Dillon Road. "But since it's father's day, I might let him win the tie-breaker."
This year, Jared Ochacher gave his father Perry a very special gift when he made the game-winning play in his youth baseball league's championship game at Pinebrook Field in New Rochelle, which went two extra innings.
The catcher for his Minors Division team, the Hawks, found out he won the Most Valuable Player award while walking along Chatsworth Avenue with his parents and sister Julianne.
Jared's coach textedhis mother, who shouted, "'You won the MVP.'"
When asked what their father's day plans were, PerryOchacher said, "We're going to be celebrating the championship."
A few fathers received another uncommon Father's Day gift from Larchmont's Vision of Tomorrow on Larchmont Avenue, which offered Father's Day gift certificates for its spa services, which include relaxology, deep tissue, hot stone and Sweedish massages.
"We've had a few people come in and buy gift certificates," said Estee Fremont, a massage therapist at Vision of Tomorrow. "A lot of people come in with stress, not just women. Men come in too."
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