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2020 Section 9 Boys Basketball Brackets

Newburgh Free Academy, Minisink Valley, Marlboro, Millbrook and Livingston Manor earned top seeded in the Section 9 tournament. Defending Class AA champion Kingston is the second seed. Two-time defending Class A champion New Paltz is seeded fourth. Defending Class B champion Ellenville is the sixth seed. SECTION 9 TOURNAMENTCLASS AASemifinalsWednesday, March 4No. 4 Washingtonville at […]

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MHAL Boys Basketball All-Stars: New Paltz’s DeMaria honored

New Paltz junior guard Justin DeMaria earned Mid-Hudson Athletic League American Conference player of the year honors. DeMaria, a first-year starter, is averaging 15.7 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.1 assists ahead of Tuesday’s MHAL semifinal against Marlboro. Onteora’s Jake Stern, a 1,000-point scorer, was named the National Conference player of the year. The awards are […]

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2020 state wrestling seeds, first-round matchups

Pine Bush senior 152-pounder Tommy Askey and Monroe-Woodbury senior 160-pounder Joey McGinty, both returning medalists, earned No. 2 seeds for the state Division I championship Friday and Saturday at Times Union Center in Albany. Askey, the only undefeated section wrestler (37-0) heading into the state tournament, placed fourth at 145 pounds last season. Nationally-ranked A.J. […]

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Wrestling: Romano, Greco, Merli earn state wildcards

Valley Central senior 132-pounder Matt Romano earned his third trip to the state tournament and second as a wildcard with the announcement of at-large bids Wednesday. Romano (35-8) finished second at the Section 9 Division I tournament Saturday. The 2018 Section 9 Division I 126-pounder is seeking his first state medal next Friday and Saturday […]

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2020 Section 9 Division I final results: Askey MOW, Minisink Valley 7 champs

Minisink Valley crowned seven Section 9 champions including first-year varsity wrestler JC Cabrera at the Division I championships. Nick Picariello (120), Zack Ryder (126), Jordan Suarez (132), Sean Savacool (138) and Adam Fenner (285) captured their second straight titles for Minisink Valley. Pine Bush senior Tommy Askey continued his undefeated season, winning his second consecutive […]

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2020 Section 9 Division II Wrestling Seeds

Port Jervis sophomore Trevor Tufano, junior Bryce Horner and senior James Oosterom are among the returning champions to earn top seeds in the Section 9 Division II championships Sunday at SUNY Ulster in Stone Ridge. Red Hook senior Matt Morris, Onteora junior Nick Ross and Onteora senior Nate Ross are top seed that were 2019 […]

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2020 Section 9 Division I Wrestling Semifinal Results

Middetown senior Armel Duke is headed to his first Section 9 Division I final after pinning two-time state medalist Maxx DeCapua of Newburgh Free Academy in 5:38 in 220-pound semifinal. In a battle of returning Section 9 champions, Minisink Valley senior Nick Picariello edged Kingston’s Jake Chenier 1-0 in a 120-pound semifinal. Picariello, the most […]

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2020 Section 9 Division I wrestling seeds

Pine Bush senior 152-pounder Tommy Askey takes an undefeated 34-0 record into this weekend’s Section 9 Division I championships at Monroe-Woodbury High School in Central Valley. Askey is one of eight returning champions to earn a top seed. Minisink Valley’s Zack Ryder (126), Jordan Suarez (132), Sean Savacool (138) and Adam Fenner (285), Middletown’s Justin […]

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Wrestling: Minisink Valley’s road to state dual-meet title

Minisink Valley cemented its standing as the state’s top wrestling team by capturing the Division I dual-meet championship Saturday at the SRC Arena in Syracuse. The Warriors (25-3) were dominant in their four matches, winning 44 of their 60 bouts. Eighth-grader Zack Ryder (126), freshman Ethan Gallo (182/195) and junior Adam Fenner (285) won all […]

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Officials vs. Cancer tournament update

Cornwall boys basketball will close the Officials vs. Cancer tournament with an intersectional matchup against John Jay-East Fishkill at 4 p.m. Saturday at Dutchess Community College in Poughkeepsie. The game was originally schedule for Jan. 18 but was postponed due to weather. Arlington-Roosevelt (12:30 p.m.) and Red Hook-Beacon (2:15 p.m.) will be played ahead of […]

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