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2019 OCIAA Boys Tennis draws

Top-seeded Washingtonville junior Gabe Castillo-Sanchez seeks his second straight Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association title starting Thursday at Match Point Tennis in Goshen. The three-day tournament kicks off Wednesday with early-round doubles action followed by early-round singles competition Thursday. Semifinals and finals for singles and doubles are Friday. Play starts at 9 a.m. on all […]

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Softball state rankings: Monroe-Woodbury takes over top Class AA spot

Undefeated Monroe-Woodbury softball is the new No. 1 in the state Class AA rankings. Monroe-Woodbury (17-0) has outscored opponents 139-22 this season. The Crusaders have two dominant pitchers in junior Sam Ryan and freshman Brianna Roberts. Emma Lawson and Jessica O’Brien are among the hitters that have sparked Monroe-Woodbury’s lineup, which has produced five games […]

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Softball: Pine Bush pushes toward playoffs

Pine Bush increased its playoff chances with an important 5-3 OCIAA Division II win over Valley Central Monday. Senior Jada Bjaelker drew a bases-loaded walk to break a 3-3 tie in the top of the seventh inning and sophomore Jessica Fowler followed with an RBI single. Kayla Consolo pitched four innings of scoreless relief as […]

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College bound: Where Class of 2019 will compete at next level

Here’s a partial list of where Varsity 845 2019 graduates will be competing in college this fall. If we are missing anyone, please send us a direct message on Twitter @Varsity845 BaseballDivision IFritz Genther (Kingston) Virginia TechSam Mongelli (Marlboro) Sacred HeartDivision IIMichael Greco (Marlboro) DominicanBrendan Mahusky (Marlboro) DominicanEthan Nolan (Onteora) DominicanMatt Stam (S.S. Seward) St. […]

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Basketball: Lubin picks Cortland

Washingtonville senior and Varsity 845 first-team forward Kareem Lubin has committed to Division III SUNY Cortland. Lubin led the area in rebounding (10.8 per game) while averaging 14.4 points. The 6-foot-4 Lubin had 12 double-doubles in 22 games and topped the area in free-throw shooting at 88 percent.

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Tennis: Washingtonville stops Cornwall’s streak

Washingtonville first-year varsity players Jack Godfrey and Owen Strommer helped end Cornwall’s record 91-match winning streak Monday. Godfrey and Strommer, both freshman, posted a straight-set win at third doubles to give Washingtonville a 4-3 victory and hand Cornwall its first regular-season loss since April 26, 2012. Washingtonville bounced back from a 5-2 defeat to Cornwall […]

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LaVallie new VC football coach

Valley Central has hired Andrew LaVallie as its next football coach. LaVallie was expected to be introduced to the team this week. He replaces Ron Introini, who resigned after 19 seasons at Valley Central. LaVallie, a U.S. History and economics teacher at Valley Central High School, served seven years in the Army, rising to the […]

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Monroe-Woodbury hires James Sciarra as football coach

James Sciarra was approved as Monroe-Woodbury new football coach at Board of Education meeting Wednesday night. Sciarra, who was the head coach at Warwick from 2006-12, was a Monroe-Woodbury assistant from 2013-15. He has spent the last three seasons as an assistant at Burke Catholic. Warwick advanced to two Section 9 Class AA finals under […]

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Bryan Powell commits to Pace

Bryan Powell, the 2018 Varsity 845 player of the year, will begin his college basketball career where his high school career came to a close. Powell, a Canterbury (Conn.) Prep forward and 2018 Pine Bush graduate, announced his commitment to Division II Pace Wednesday. Powell played one of his best prep games at Pace’s Goldstein […]

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2018-19 Boys Basketball Stat Leaders

Kingston senior guard Brian Moore led the area in scoring, averaging 27.4 points per game, and made an area-high 71 3-pointers. Washingtonville senior forward Kareem Lubin was the top rebounder (10.8) in the area. Statistics were provided by coaches and gathered from team pages on Max Preps. Coaches, who would like their players included in […]

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