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Revised State Boys Soccer Final Four schedule

Five boys soccer semifinal games have been moved to Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh and Marlboro High Saturday due to field conditions at Middletown High’s grass surface and Twin Towers Middle School. All state finals will now be played Sunday at Middletown High’s turf field. Here’s an updated schedule: Saturday Class AA semifinals (at [...]

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OCIAA cross country meet results

Boys Team: 1. Washingtonville (Wash) 49 points; 2. Cornwall (Cor) 82; 3. Mount Academy (MA) 97; 4. Monroe-Woodbury (MW) 101; 5. Goshen (Gosh) 124; 6. Minisink Valley (MV) 151; 7. James I. O’Neill (JIO) 187; 8. Warwick (War) 250; 9. Newburgh Free Academy (NFA) 279; 10. Tri-Valley (TV) 325; 11. Pine Bush (PB) 326; 12. [...]

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2018 Section 9 Boys Soccer Coaches All-Stars

Class AA champion Monroe-Woodbury had four players named to the all-section team by area coaches. Seniors Christian Garner, Nolan Kelly, Dylan McDermott and Connor Paik represented the Crusaders on the 20-member all-section team. Senior goalie Stuart Boller made the all-section for Class D champion Mount Academy. ALL-SECTION Wakely Banker, Warwick, Sr., defense; Stuart Boller, Mount [...]

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Class A playoff scenarios and tie-breakers explained

I’ve gotten plenty of questions about what might happen with the Section 9 Class A playoff seeding after this upcoming weekend’s results. As a primer: three teams from each of Class A’s two divisions make the playoffs, with the division winners getting the No. 1 / No. 2 seeds and a bye, the second-place teams [...]

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Men’s basketball: SUNY Orange roster

The preseason for SUNY Orange is about to get into full swing, with Joe Detz still at the helm of the Colts. Here is a look at the roster for the 2018-19 season: Sophomores (5) – No. 4 Dominique Bowens, G (Monticello); No. 12 Sean Campbell, G (Burke Catholic); No. 14 Keith Karen, G (Monroe-Woodbury); [...]

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Local schedule for Friday, May 25

High schools Girls lacrosse Section 9-B semifinal: No. 3 Valley Central at No. 2 Warwick, 2 p.m. Section 9-C semifinal: No. 4 Highland/Marlboro at No. 1 Goshen, at McNally Field, 4 p.m. Section 9-C semifinal: No. 3 Saugerties at No. 1 Red Hook, 4 p.m. Section 9-D semifinal: No. 3 John S. Burke Catholic at [...]

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2018 Section 9 boys tennis draws

OCIAA champions Gabriel Castillo of Washingtonville and Cornwall’s Emil Vyskocil and Will Webber earned the top seeds at the Section 9 tennis championships Wednesday and Thursday at Match Point Tennis in Goshen. MHAL champions Dan Feigelson of Millbrook and New Paltz’s Noah Kalus and Issac Cheriuyot are the second seeds. Defending singles champion Lucas Arora, [...]

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Former Army associate hoops coach Colleen Mullen takes over at Albany

(From the University of Athletics sports communications office) UAlbany announces hiring of Colleen Mullen as women’s basketball head coach ALBANY, N.Y. — The University at Albany has announced Monday, May 14, the hiring of Colleen Mullen as the 12th women’s basketball coach in program history. Mullen joins the Great Danes from Army West Point, where [...]

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Marist football to bring in 29 freshmen for 2018

(release from Marist Athletics) POUGHKEEPSIE, New York – The Marist football program has announced the addition of 29 newcomers for the 2018 season. The class includes student-athletes from nine different states plus the District of Columbia: New Jersey (nine), New York (five), Georgia (three), Florida (three), Connecticut (two), Maryland (2), Pennsylvania (2), Massachusetts (1), Virginia [...]

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Quick thoughts: New Paltz-Saugerties Class A final instant classic

The chants of MVP resonated as New Paltz’s Mike Holohan finished his postgame interviews. Holohan cemented his name in Section 9 history with one of the most clutch performances in recent tournament history in the best high school game I have ever witness. Three overtimes were needed to decide the Class A championship. And, Holohan [...]

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