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NEWBURGH, NY — With 22 seconds left on the clock, it all came down to the free throw line. In the closing five seconds, Roscoe’s Erick “B” Hill proved to be the man of the … more
NEWBURGH, NY — After winning the Section IX Class D Championship Girls Basketball title on February 28, the Livingston Manor Lady Wildcats (6-13) took on the Lady Knights of Smithtown Christian … more
NEWBURGH, NY — Lindsey Rau, a gently-spoken senior guard for the Livingston Manor Lady Wildcats, ruled the day in her team’s win over the Lady Yellowjackets of Eldred. “We were very … more
FLORIDA, NY — Make no bones about it, Seward’s game plan going into the Section IX Class C girls’ basketball semifinals against Sullivan West was to stop Sabrina Martinez. And … more
“Play Hard. Play Smart. Play Together,” is the inspiration logo printed on the back of the Tri-Valley Bears warm-up jerseys. That sentiment rang true for both the home team Blue Devils of … more
GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — There’s nothing quite like warming the bench to give you a chance to reflect that basketball, like all team sports, is a united effort—not an individual endeavor. … more
ROSCOE, NY – The end result wasn’t really in doubt, as the Lady Bulldogs of Sullivan West (15-4) routed the home team Lady Devils (0-20) by a 41-point margin of victory. On Friday, … more
ELDRED, NY — In the wake of a disastrous first frame, with Eldred’s Lady Yellowjackets racking up 18 points against the Roscoe’s Lady Blue Devils’ two ticks in the scorebook, … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY – For the home team Sullivan West Bulldogs, it was a night they would like to forget. But for the Wildcats of Livingston Manor, it was a night to remember. On Monday, … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Christina Hubert, a high school Spanish teacher at Sullivan West, David “Hopper” Hubert and their three sons are united in battling her recent diagnosis of … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — The Eldred Yellowjackets boys’ varsity basketball team took to the floor February 1 against the Sullivan West Bulldogs, looking to post their first win of the season. … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Basketball and, I suppose, other sports and, by extension, life in general, is like an ocean mirrored in the ever-changing ebb and flow of time. The mesmerizing action of … more
LIBERTY, NY — On Thursday, January 31, Liberty High School hosted a Section IX varsity tri-wrestling meet that showcased the grappling prowess of matmen from three programs: Onteora versus … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — It looked like the underdogs were going to rule the day. But then came a four-minute overtime period. And the wheels came off for the team that battled back in the fourth … more
LAKE HUNTUNGTON, NY – “If a tree falls in a forest, and no one is around to hear it, does it makes a sound?” The other night, with a yet another winter storm on the near horizon and … more
ELDRED, NY — Sometimes it takes more than a 1000-point shooter to win a game. On Tuesday, January 15 the home team Lady Yellowjackets of Eldred (4-3) hosted the Fallsburg Lady Comets (6-6) in a … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — On Wednesday afternoon, January 16, the local community college hosted an invitational indoor track and field developmental event “Down in the Bunker” at SUNY … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — This is a story of Wizards and “Muggles.” On Sunday, January 6, the Sullivan West Elementary School presented a fundraising basketball game between a home team … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — The 2018-2019 boys’ varsity basketball season for Sullivan West (3-5) and their rivals from Eldred (0-5) could by all accounts be summed up in one word, and that is … more
GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — There’s a thing about tradition. For Mary Feusner, it’s a lot more than formal praxis or time-honored ways of doing things on the fields of athletic competition. … more
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