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Sal Interdonato

Award-winning writer Sal Interdonato has been on the Army football beat since 2007. He'll take you inside the huddle and into the lives of the Black Knights.

Softball: Tagg, Garcia, Kelty top state all-stars

Warwick senior third baseman Brittany Tagg, Cornwall junior catcher Julia Garcia and Eldred sophomore shortstop Lenae Kelty were named second-team all-state in their respective classes. Tagg batted .449 out of the leadoff spot for Section 9 Class AA champion Warwick. She had three home runs and 13 RBI. Garcia hit .537 with six doubles, three […]

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2019 BCANY boys hoops roster

James I. O’Neill guard Darius Boben, Monticello guard Josh Gattling and Washingtonville guard Ryan Graham will return to Section 9/Mid-Hudson team for the Basketball Coaches Association of New York Summer Fest in August. Boben, Gattling and Graham, all rising seniors, helped Mid-Hudson to a 3-1 record and a semifinal berth last summer. Joining the trio […]

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2019 Section 9 Boys Lacrosse Coaches All-Stars

Monroe-Woodbury senior defender Tyler Toledo, Highland/Marlboro senior midfielder Jack Young, Warwick senior goalie Sam Steng and Red Hook junior attack Brian Kelly were named Section 9 U.S. Lacrosse all-Americans for the 2019 season. Wallkill’s Alex Danon earned Section 9 U.S. Lacrosse coach of the year honors. Danon led Wallkill to a 13-4 record and its […]

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Girls Lacrosse: Three-peats for Warwick and Goshen

The rallying cry has become a constant for the Warwick girls lacrosse team over the last weeks. Whether it’s during practice, pregame or following another win, coach Denis O’Connor, a big Game of Thrones fan, borrows a line from Arya Stark’s scene with Melisandre in the epic series Season 8, Episode 3’s “The Long Night.” […]

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Section 9 tennis: Castillo-Sanchez brothers make history, Suri-Webber win another title

Lucas Castillo-Sanchez was fighting for every point in the Section 9 semifinals and his older brother, Gabe, was pacing back and forth in the seating area above the Match Point Tennis courts. Lucas, a seventh-grader, clinched a state-tournament berth with three-set, 2.5-hour marathon win over Newburgh Free Academy’s Troy Steiner and set up a historic […]

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Section 9 golf: New Paltz’s Puleo first-round leader

New Paltz junior Nick Puleo shot a 9-over 79 and leads the Section 9 tournament by one stroke after the first round at The Powelton Club in Newburgh. Puleo, the Mid-Hudson Athletic League champion, will tee off in the second and final round at 9 a.m. Wednesday at Casperkill Country Club. Millbrook’s Tyler Schaad carded […]

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2019 OCIAA Boys Tennis: Gabe Castillo-Sanchez repeats as singles champion, Cornwall’s Suri and Webber doubles champions

Gabe Castillo-Sanchez described his first match Friday morning in the Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association semifinal as, “a little different.” Standing on the other side of the net from the Washingtonville junior and defending champion was his brother, Lucas, a seventh-grader, making his OCIAA tournament debut. Gabe won the first-ever competitive meeting between the brothers […]

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2019 Section 9 Girls Lacrosse Brackets

Kingston, the top seed, seeks its 13th straight Section 9 Class A title when it plays second-seeded Monroe-Woodbury at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Newburgh Free Academy. Minisink Valley (Class B), Red Hook (Class C) and Millbrook (Class D) are the top seeds. SECTION 9 TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Class AChampionshipWednesday May 22No. 1 Kingston vs. No. 2 […]

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2019 Section 9 Boys Lacrosse brackets

Monroe-Woodbury, Warwick, Wallkill and James I. O’Neill earned No. 1 seeds in the Section 9 boys lacrosse tournament. The Class A and B championship games will be held on May 28 at Middletown High School. The Class C and D championship games are on May 29 at FDR in Hyde Park. SECTION 9 TOURNAMENT SCHEDULEClass […]

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2019 OCIAA early-round singles results

Washingtonville junior and defending champion Gabe Castillo-Sanchez will have get past his younger brother, Lucas, if he wants to reach his second straight Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association singles final. Gabe Castillo-Sanchez, a junior and top seed, defeated Nathaniel Nesbitt of Port Jervis 6-0, 6-0 in a quarterfinal. Lucas Castillo-Sanchez, a seventh-grader, beat Kingston’s Bradley […]

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