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TRR photo by Richard A. Ross
Tri-Valley seniors, including Charlie Edwards, standing left, back left hidden from view, Nick Cassidy (hidden from view), Bo Murphy, Sean Drown, Ed Bonnell, Tanzeel Khan, Garrett Grey, Mike Mickelson, kneeling from left, Kevin Drown, Brendan Musa, Dave McDonald and Jake Gray hold the Lem Atkins Trophy and Section Nine plaques aloft validating their long-sought quest to win the title from Sullivan West who beat them the past two years.

Section Nine Class C Football Championship


Tri-Valley cashes in on its year-long effort to garner Class C title and finally subdue rival Sullivan West


KINGSTON, NY—“Every dog has his day,” and the Sullivan West Bulldogs have certainly had theirs. But on November 3, the day belonged to the Bears with Tri-Valley’s 18-6 Class C championship win over the team they had long-sought to beat for the crown.

For the past three years, the Dawgs have reigned supreme in football. Their ravenous teams devoured a Class B title in 2004 and Class C titles in 2005 and 2006.

The latter two came at the expense of Tri-Valley, which had to endure the bitter defeat of consecutive Section Nine title losses sandwiched around a 2006 Division loss. The Bears’ last title came in 2004 before Sullivan West dropped into their class and ended the Bears’ two-year title streak over Pine Plains.

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Section Nine Class D Football Championship

Abiding faith


KINGSTON, NY—It’s one thing to spend an entire year preparing to win the most important game of your life, to practice and sweat and concentrate your collective energy with a unity of purpose.

But it’s another thing to go on when things suddenly go terribly awry, and it looks like all of what you dedicated yourself to accomplishing is about to vanish in an instant.

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Section Nine Cross-Country Championships

Sullivan sweetness


BEAR MOUNTAIN, NY—Ring the bells, raise the roof and scream to the hilltops. Sullivan County runners made a resounding statement at this year’s Section Nine championships held on November 2. Their message: we run like the wind so it’s time you took notice.

This year, Sullivan County schools will send 18 runners to the state meet on November 10 at Norwood High School in the hinterlands near the Canadian border in Norfolk.

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