Author Archives: Sal Interdonato

Cross country: Local all-state selections

Cornwall’s Karrie Baloga was named the girls cross country freshman of the year by the New York State Sportswriters Association. Baloga earned Class A first-team, all-state honors Friday. The freshman, who placed third in the Northeast regional and fourth at the state Class A championship, is competing in the Foot Locker Nationals Saturday in San […]

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Pannell, Moulton headline Section 9 Volleyball honors

Pine Bush senior middle blocker Taylor Pannell earned the Section 9 American Volleyball Coaches Association player of the year award. Pannell, who helped Pine Bush to its second straight Section 9 Class AA title, will continue her career at Division I UConn. Cornwall’s Jeff Moulton, who guided the Dragons to their 15th straight Section 9 […]

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Exceptional Senior Football Game Rosters

Goshen quarterback Matt Giordano, Pine Bush quarterback/cornerback Kenny Holland, Newburgh Free Academy running back Syncere Tatum and Burke Catholic running back linebacker Brendan Tierney are among the players participating in the Section 9 Exceptional Senior Game at 6 p.m. Thursday at Goshen High School. Here are the game’s rosters: AmericanChester: Bryan Detweiler, LB; Devin McGovern […]

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Port Jervis’ Miracle at Middletown

The beauty of sports is that at any given moment fans can witness something they’ve never seen before. Cue in Port Jervis’ game-winning drive to secure its first Section 9 football title since 2001. Two unbelievable, unreal plays carried Port Jervis to a stunning 27-24 win over defending champion Marlboro. Freshman wide receiver Calvin Crews’ […]

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State football rankings: Cornwall alone at No. 1 in Class A

Cornwall is the undisputed No. 1 Class A team in the state rankings for the first time this season. Cornwall’s 19-game winning streak is on the line in the Section 9 Class A semifinal against New Paltz at 7 p.m. Friday night at Dietz Stadium in Kingston. The Dragons (7-0), which were idle last week […]

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2019 Section 9 Soccer Boys Soccer Coaches All-Stars

Newburgh Free Academy placed three players on the 22-member all-section team as picked by the Section 9 Soccer Coaches Association. Junior midfielder Jesus Martinez, senior midfielder/forward Anthony Murcia and junior forward Javier Rodriguez helped Newburgh (10-4-2) earned the top seed in the section Class AA tournament. Warwick senior midfielder Cody Baker Green, Burke Catholic junior […]

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Fifth Down Field Goal Attempt?

The wacky finish to Washingtonville’s 23-20 win over Monroe-Woodbury Saturday got even wackier after a review of the game video by coach Anthony Finochio. Washingtonville clinched a berth in the playoffs when Eddie Fennessy’s 22-yard field goal sailed with left with six seconds left. Monroe-Woodbury shouldn’t have been attempted because it was “fifth” down, contends […]

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Week 8 Section 9 Football Leaders

Rushing (Carries-Yards-TDs)Kymanni Dennis, Liberty 127-976-15Amin Woods, Cornwall 109-914-10Gunnar Meland, Pine Bush 135-871-12Graeme Knisell, Saugerties 91-859-7Aaron Bennett, Wallkill 74-754-9Robert Denson, Middletown 84-746-7Joey Fotino, Warwick 111-724-5Rasheen Smith, Rondout Valley 124-723-7Kyle Killenberger, Minisink Valley 102-706-5Syncere Tatum, Newburgh Free Academy 56-678-4Luke Vignola, Warwick 99-630-7Brendan Tierney, Burke Catholic 56-619-10Matt Giordano, Goshen 101-535-7Randy Rosario, Valley Central 36-526-7Elijah Williams, Marlboro 69-488-6Jacob Angeles, […]

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State football rankings: Cornwall holding at No. 1

Cornwall remains atop the state Class A rankings for the sixth straight week. Cornwall’s 19-game winning streak is currently the third-longest in the state. The Dragons (7-0) are still sharing the top spot with Garden City, which has won 42 consecutive games. Newburgh Free Academy moves up one spot to No. 7 in the Class […]

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Girls Soccer: Section 9 brackets

Monroe-Woodbury, Red Hook, James I. O’Neill, S.S. Seward and Mount Academy earned top seeds in the Section 9 tournament. Monroe-Woodbury is the defending Section 9 and state Class AA champion. SECTION 9 TOURNAMENTCLASS AASemifinalsMonday, October 28No. 4 Kingston at No. 1 Monroe-Woodbury, 2 p.m.No. 3 Washingtonville at No. 2 Valley Central, 2 p.m.ChampionshipThursday, October 31Semifinals […]

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