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Sullivan West’s Austin Erlwein cruises out of the mist and into the end zone on a 69-yard pass reception from QB Ryan Alsdorf. Erlwein had a big night in the 36-14 win over Pine Plains. He carried the ball 6/101 and caught 3/95 with a TD.

Week in review

Night clashes and wide eyes toward post-season bids

By RICHARD A. ROSS

SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY—Sullivan West grabbed the limelight this week with a trio of night games honoring seniors from its soccer and football teams. An epic cats and dogs neighborhood spat between the Lady Panthers of Monticello and the Lady Bulldogs of Sullivan West on the soccer pitch reached feverish proportions as the Monties came back from a 3-0 deficit to tie the game late. Sullivan West won eventually on Katrina Graby’s second goal of the night. The girls sit atop Division IV with a league record of 2-0-1 and an overall mark of 6-2. The Lady Dawgs will have tough rematches against Liberty, O’Neill and Burke in the coming weeks but should make sectionals barring a collapse.

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Sight lines

Coming Home

By RICHARD A. ROSS

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY—Homecoming is a chance to return to one’s roots as former students and players return to their high schools to co-mingle and remember the glory days of yore. On October 3, Sullivan West wrapped up its Homecoming weekend with a game against Pine Plains. At halftime, the fans lauded a dozen former football players from the Delaware Valley Eagles and Jeffersonville-Youngsville Trojans, two Sullivan County grid rivals that subsequently combined with Narrowsburg to form the merged Sullivan West school district.

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