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Week 7 Section 9 Football Leaders

Liberty senior Kymanni Dennis continues to lead Section 9 in rushing (869 yards) and rushing touchdowns (14). Chester’s Joe Battiato (1,395 yards) and Jacob Delgado (37) top the area in passing yards and receptions respectively. Rushing (Carries-Yards-TDs)Kymanni Dennis, Liberty 111-869-14Amin Woods, Cornwall 92-812-9Aaron Bennett, Wallkill 74-754-9Gunnar Meland, Pine Bush 110-702-9Kyle Killenberger, Minisink Valley 88-654-5Robert Denson, […]

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2019 OCIAA girls tennis draws

Two-time defending champion Jalynn Balleste, a Washingtonville junior, earned the top seed in the Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association tournament. Monroe-Woodbury freshman Maeve Cassidy, a two-time OCIAA finalist, is the second seed. Warwick’s Gabby Donohue and Austin Post are the top seed in doubles. The tournaments starts with early-round doubles Wednesday and early-round singles Thursday […]

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Fallsburg football making history

Fallsburg football celebrated the biggest win in the program’s eight-year history Friday. Fallsburg’s 12-6 victory over Roscoe clinched the school’s first postseason berth. Or did it? Section 9 Eight-Man coaches received an email Sunday that the section’s football committee was discussing changing the playoff format from eight to six teams. The email stated that Eldred […]

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Section 1 vs. Section 9 Boys Soccer Challenge

Goshen will host the 6th annual boys soccer Section 1 vs. Section 9 Challenge for the first time Monday. Newburgh Free Academy plays Mamaroneck, currently the state’s top Class AA team, in the featured game at 2:30 p.m. Mamaroneck dropped its first game Monday to Ossining. Here’s the five-game schedule: 10 a.m.: Spackenkill vs. Valhalla […]

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NFA’s Barnhill, Wallkill’s Sweeney up for Heart of a Giant Award

Newburgh Free Academy running back Justin Barnhill and Wallkill receiver Brandon Sweeney are among the 10 nominees for the Heart of a Giant award this week. After Barnhill’s house was lost to a fire about a year ago, his family moved to Fishkill. Barnhill rode a bike across the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge to football practice. “Whether […]

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State boys soccer rankings:

Goshen and Mount Acadmey are ranked No. 7 in Class A and D respectively in the latest state boys soccer rankings. Wallkill is No. 6 in Class A. Defending state Class AA champion Monroe-Woodbury is No. 19. James O’Neill is ranked 19th in Class B. Class AA1. Mamaroneck-1, 11-02. Brentwood-11, 10-03. Clarence-6, 10-0-14. Commack-11, 8-0-15. […]

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State football rankings: Cornwall still No. 1

Cornwall stays tied atop the state Class A rankings following a riveting 38-35 win over Class AA Pine Bush. The Dragons’ 17-game winning streak is still the third-longest in the state. Chester (4-1) makes the biggest move of the week from No. 16 to No. 12 after victory over previously state-ranked Dobbs Ferry. Newburgh Free […]

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Mid-Hudson Hoops Showcase rosters

The Basketball Coaches Association of New York will hold their fourth annual Mid-Hudson Hoops Showcase Sunday at Goshen High School. The event will feature three games: The Girls County Challenge at 10 a.m., Underclassmen Boys game at 11 a.m. and Class of 2020 Boys game at 1 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 […]

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Section 9 Football Stat Leaders: Week 5

Burke Catholic’s Brendan Tierney tops Section 9 with 12 touchdowns through the first four games of the season. Liberty’s Kymanni Dennis has cracked 500 rushing yards and scored 10 touchdowns. Chester’s Joe Battiato continues to lead the section in passing yards (1,156). Chester senior Jacob Delgado is the section’s top receiver with 31 catches. Fallsburg’s […]

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State football rankings: Cornwall No. 1

Cornwall’s 16-game winning streak is currently the third-longest in the state. Cornwall (4-0) stays atop the state Class A rankings as the co-No. 1 with Section 8’s Garden City, which has won 39 straight games. Newburgh Free Academy remains in the Top 10 in Class AA. Middletown (4-0) moves into the Top 20 in Class […]

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