Girls track and field: Section 9 leaders

Girls indoor track and field
Section 9 leaders
(through January 20)
55-meters: 1. Rochele Williams (Middletown, Sr.) 7.27**; 2. Jade Anthony (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 7.61; 3. De’Ja Bowen (Middletown, 8th) 7.63; 4. Ahnrea McCaskill (Newburgh, So.) 7.65; 5. Kristin Butts (Dover, Jr.) 7.71; 5. Marielle Aponti (Newburgh, So.) 7.71; 7. Kayla Meade (Cornwall, Fr.) 7.73; 8. Olivia Gibson (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 7.79; 9. Taniya Brown (Middletown, Jr.) 7.82; 10. Mecca Walters (Rondout Valley, Jr.) 7.84.
55 hurdles: 1. Michelle Mitchell (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 8.94; 2. Penny Greibesland (Warwick, So.) 9.11; 3. Christa Sidoti (Cornwall, Sr.) 9.30; 4. Tara Kemp (Middletown, Sr.) 9.40; 5. Jennifer Saint-Surrin (Middletown, Jr.) 9.57; 6. Rachel Volpe (Kingston, Jr.) 9.88; 7. Danielle Thomas (Pine Bush, Sr.) 9.94; 8. Morgan Menzzasalma (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 10.00; 9. Laynie Callo (Marlboro, So.) 10.04; 10. Jackie DeJesus (Middletown, Jr.) 10.14; 10. Michelle Gildea (Washingtonville, Sr.) 10.14.
300: 1. Morgan Menzzasalma (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 41.93**; 2. Olivia Gibson (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 42.49**; 3. Deborah Boerke (Washingtonville, Sr.) 42.77**; 4. Ahnrea McCaskill (Newburgh, So.) 43.37; 5. Gabby Fanning (Cornwall, So.) 43.56; 6. Alayjah Fisher (Newburgh, Jr.) 44.02; 7. Marielle Aponti (Newburgh, So.) 44.38; 8. Kayla Meade (Cornwall, Fr.) 45.15; 9. Maimuna Jammen (Newburgh, So.) 45.38; 10. Maggie McDermott (Chapel Field, Sr.) 45.44.
600: 1. Jillian Decker (Cornwall, Sr.) 1:37.53*; 2. Gabby Fanning (Cornwall, So.) 1:41.10**; 3. Deborah Boerke (Washingtonville, Sr.) 1:41.90**; 4. Jodi Collymore (Pine Bush, Sr.) 1:43.10; 5. Alexis Gomez (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 1:43.19; 6. Morgan Menzzasalma (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 1:44.26; 7. Kiana Zollner (Middletown, Jr.) 1:45.70; 8. Spencer Pavia (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 1:45.94; 9. Kylee Kresge (Valley Central, Jr.) 1:46.40; 10. Angelique Atlas (Goshen, Jr.) 1:47.90.
1,000: 1. Beatrice Boylan (Cornwall, Sr.) 2:58.65*; 2. Ashley Wallace (Cornwall, Sr.) 3:05.35**; 3. Agnes Eigo (Warwick, Jr.) 3:11.34; 4. Dara Cuffe (Cornwall, Sr.) 3:11.61; 5. Megan Reilly (Warwick, Jr.) 3:13.85; 6. Jessica Cueva-Scarpelli (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr.) 3:15.05; 7. Hannah Mellino (Cornwall, So.) 3:15.48; 8. Kiana Zollner (Middletown, Jr.) 3:15.88; 9. Lizbet Navarro (Middletown, Jr.) 3:18.44; 10. Maive Kelly (Washingtonville, Sr.) 3:19.13.
1,500: 1. Dara Cuffe (Cornwall, Sr.) 4:49.30*; 2. Beatrice Boylan (Cornwall, Sr.) 4:50.10*; 3. Ashley Wallace (Cornwall, Sr.) 4:53.90**; 4. Angelique Atlas (Goshen, Jr.) 5:03.00**; 5. Danielle Bartolotta (Warwick, So.) 5:12.93; 6. Sarah Rudge (Onteora, Jr.) 5:16.10; 7. Maeve Kelly (Washingtonville, Sr.) 5:20.30; 8. Morgan Serkes (Goshen, So.) 5:21.30; 9. Alyssa Villielm (Kingston, Fr.) 5:22.21; 10. Heidi Cavalluzzo (Valley Central, So.) 5:22.70.
3,000: 1. Beatrice Boylan (Cornwall, Sr.) 10:19.96*; 2. Kathryn Munks (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr.) 10:24.51*; 3. Annie Kurdziel (Monroe-Woodbury, So.) 10:39.63**; 4. Lauren Rothstein (Warwick, Sr.) 11:46.55; 5. Maggie Noe (Kingston, 8 th) 11:48.80; 6. Samantha Leonick (Pine Bush, Sr.) 12:23.00; 7. Jackie Corbett (Pine Bush, So.) 12:23.90; 8. Kelsey Dutton (Sullivan West, Sr.) 12:25.70; 9. Angie Ballard (Tri-Valley, 8 th) 13:31.65; 10. Mary Conway (Tri-Valley, Jr.) 13:44.96.
1,500 race walk: 1. Katie Miale (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 7:24.50; 2. Alina Kasparsons (Monroe-Woodbury, So.) 7:45.30; 3. Emily Foreman (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 8:22.46; 4. Athena Blair (Cornwall, Sr.) 8:44.30; 5. Regina Mun (Roosevelt, Sr.) 8:46.60; 6. Jessica Hussey (Tri-Valley, Sr.) 9:18.10; 7. Emily Downes (Onteora, So.) 9:19.50; 8. Kimberly McArdle (Sullivan West, Jr.) 9:25.80; 9. Dia Jones (Cornwall, Sr.) 9:35.20; 10. Margaret Ryan (Monroe-Woodbury, Fr.) 9:39.30.
800 relay: 1. Middletown 1:46.02*; 2. Newburgh 1:47.70**; 3. Cornwall 1:47.92**; 4. Monroe-Woodbury 1:50.17; 5. Warwick 1:51.01; 6. Washingtonville 1:51.01; 7. Kingston 1:54.63; 8. Onteora 1:56.30; 9. Wallkill 1:56.55; 10. Pine Bush 1:58.22.
1,600 relay: 1. Cornwall 4:06.71**; 2. Monroe-Woodbury 4:08.04**; 3. Newburgh 4:10.16**; 4. Warwick 4:15.43; 5. Wallkill 4:19.10; 6. Washingtonville 4:20.80; 7. Middletown 4:21.50; 8. Valley Central 4:26.40; 9. Kingston 4:28.59; 10. Minisink Valley 4:36.04.
3,200 relay: 1. Cornwall 9:23.37*; 2. Monroe-Woodbury 9:52.79**; 3. Warwick 9:58.96**; 4. Washingtonville 10:15.11; 5. Goshen 10:24.10; 6. Valley Central 10:26.20; 7. Kingston 10:57.05; 8. Minisink Valley 11:11.68; 9. Newburgh 11:30.59; 10. Tri-Valley 11:30.61.
High jump: 1. Qurran Maise (Newburgh, Jr.) 5-0; 1. Sydney Heidt (Dover, Jr.) 5-0; 1. Ahnrea McCaskill (Newburgh, So.) 5-0; 4. Renee Williams (Kingston, Sr.) 4-11; 5. Georgi Crisci (Valley Central, Sr.) 4-10; 5. Laura Doherty (Monticello, Sr.) 4-10; 5. Mikaela Hopkins (Kingston, Sr.) 4-10; 5. Samantha Shaw (Kingston, So.) 4-10; 9. Lisa Jacobson (Monroe-Woodbury, Fr.) 4-9; 10. Four tied at 4-8.
Long jump: 1. Jennifer Joseph (Dover, Jr.) 16-5; 2. Sam Beyar (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 15-9; 3. Seraya Freidman (Monroe-Woodbury, So.) 15-8.5; 4. Angelica Butler (Middletown, Sr.) 15-5; 5. Riley Wood (Wallkill, So.) 15-4; 6. Christa Sidoti (Cornwall, Sr.) 15-3.5; 7. Michelle Mitchell (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 14-10; 8. Ariel Perez (Middletown, Fr.) 14-9; 9. Alexis Acevedo (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 14-8.75; 10. Nassim Iusto (Kingston, Sr.) 14-8; 10. Megan Drake (Wallkill, Sr.) 14-8.
Triple jump: 1. Alexis Acevedo (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 33-10.5; 2. Michelle Mitchell (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 33-2.75; 3. Riley Wood (Wallkill, So.) 33-2; 4. Christa Sidoti (Cornwall, Sr.) 33-1; 5. Angelica Butler (Middletown, Sr.) 32-7.5; 6. Abby Borchert (Marlboro, Jr.) 32-5.5; 7. Gabrielle Gordon (Pine Bush, Sr.) 31-0; 8. Kelly Teel (Monroe-Woodbury) 30-11.75; 9. Elizabeth Myers (Monroe-Woodbury, Fr.) 30-9.5; 10. Jenna Maggiolo (Pine Bush, Fr.) 30-6.5.
Shot put: 1. Valerie Hinds (Kingston, Sr.) 40-11.25; 2. Denaia Flanders (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 35-4.75; 3. Endi Nardi (Kingston, Jr.) 34-11.25; 4. Rachel Campo (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr.) 31-7.5; 5. Zandra Adams (Wallkill, Sr.) 31-4; 6. Kaitlyn Lane (Port Jervis, Sr.) 30-6.25; 7. Nicole Komonczi (Port Jervis, Sr.) 30-4; 8. Sarah Curtin (Cornwall, Sr.) 29-2.25; 9. Katie Casazza (Monroe-Woodbury, So.) 28-0; 10. Mikaela Hopkins (Kingston, Sr.) 27-10.
Weight throw: 1. Denaia Flanders (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 40-11; 2. Valerie Hinds (Kingston, Sr.) 37-3.5; 3. Rachel Campo (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr.) 34-3.25; 4. Zandra Adams (Wallkill, Sr.) 33-3; 5. Diana Echols (Ellenville, Jr.) 33-0.5; 6. Endi Nardi (Kingston, Jr.) 31-7; 7. Heather Rysinger (Minisink Valley, Sr.) 28-9; 8. Ashleigh Convery (Minisink Valley) 28-1.25; 9. Erin Wilson (Washingtonville, Fr.) 28-0; 10. Heather Giza (Monticello, Sr.) 27-2.
Pole vault: 1. Sam Beyar (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 12-0; 2. Erin Leahey (Warwick, Sr.) 11-0; 3. Kristen Lubeskie (Monroe-Woodbury, Fr.) 9-10; 4. Katarina VanLedtje (Cornwall, Sr.) 9-6; 5. Andrea Dolan (Wallkill, Sr.) 9-0; 5. Colleen-Ann Leahy (Burke, So.) 9-0; 5. Sophia Alter (Rondout Valley, Jr.) 9-0; 8. Morgan Beers (Roosevelt, So.) 8-0; 9. Seraya Freidman (Monroe-Woodbury, So.) 8-0; 10. Six tied at 6-0.
Source: NY.milesplit.com; * – indicates MileSplit first-team all-star; ** – indicates MileSplit second-team all-star

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OCIAA track meet results from December 19

Boys’ track and field
OCIAA dual meet
(from Friday, at West Point)
Team key: Chapel Field (CF); Ellenville (Ell); F.D. Roosevelt (FDR); Liberty (Lib); Minisink Valley (MV); Monroe-Woodbury (MW); Monticello (Mont); Onteora (Ont); Pine Bush (PB); Pine Plains (PP); Poughkeepsie (Pok); Rondout Valley (RV); Tri-Valley (TV); Warwick (War)
55-meters: 1. Curi White (PB) 7.6; 2. Malik Lewis (Pok) 6.7; 3. Bovin Odhiambo (FDR) 6.7; 4. Colin Maggiolo (War) 6.8; 5. Joe Mill (PB) 6.8.
55 hurdles: 1. Dylan Soder (MW) 7.8; 2. Jon Vasquez (PB) 8.2; 3. Aikan Farrell (PB) 8.5; 4. Chris Fotke (MW) 8.5; 5. Youseff Tadross (MW) 8.5.
300: 1. Najee Gillian (War) 34.7; 2. Tom Cooper (MW) 36.6; 3. Malik Lewis (Pok) 37.2; 4. Pat Dempsey (PB) 38.0; 5. Dan Wright (War) 38.3.
600: 1. Wayne Williams (MW) 1:24.9; 2. Tanner Senius (War) 1:25.3; 3. Omar Arietta (War) 1:27.4; 4. Isaiah Bevans (Pok) 1:30.5; 5. Jordan Milite (Ont) 1:30.7.
1,600: 1. Chris Biondi (PB) 4:34.7; 2. Kevin Vinolas (MV) 4:36.9; 3. Matt Adolph (War) 4:37.5; 4. Tom Nafash (War) 4:38.7; 5. D.J. Peterson (War) 4:40.8.
800 relay: 1. Warwick 1:37.0; 2. Roosevelt 1:39.8; 3. Monroe-Woodbury 1:40.5; 4. Minisink Valley 1:43.8; 5. Ellenville 1:43.9.
1,600 relay: 1. Monroe-Woodbury 3:31.8; 2. Pine Bush 3:43.7; 3. Minisink Valley 3:48.4; 4. Warwick 3:53.2; 5. Poughkeepsie 3:58.9.
3,200 relay: 1. Pine Bush 8:51.5; 2. Warwick 8:53.2; 3. Roosevelt 9:18.1; 4. Minisink Valley 9:30.5; 5. Monroe-Woodbury 9:34.1.
High jump: 1. Shane Black (Lib) 5-10; 2. Dennis Vandunk (War) 5-8; 3. Youseff Tadroos (MW) 5-6; 4. Jon Vazquez (PB) 5-4; 5. Devon Mendryzycki (War) 5-4.
Long jump: 1. Will Randon (PB) 20-5; 2. Joe McKeon (FDR) 20-1; 3. Chayne Price (PB) 19-4.5; 4. Chris Ebbrell (PB) 19-1; 5. Kesigh Deloatch (War) 18-8.5.
Triple jump: 1. Dennis Vandunk (War) 41-1; 2. Chris Ebbrell (PB) 40-10.5; 3. Chayne Price (PB) 40-5.5; 4. Kesigh Deloatch (War) 40-1; 5. Shane Black (Lib) 38-3.5.
Shot put: 1. Robert Detz (CF) 58-0.5; 2. Nate Sander (War) 48-8.75; 3. Tim Snyder (War) 44-8; 4. Brad Demetrieu (PB) 44-0.5; 5. Charlye Hernandez (MW) 36-8.75.
Pole vault: 1. Brandon Nebiker (MW) 12-0; 2. Matt Greenlaw (War) 11-6; 3. Isaac Heatley (War) 10-6; 4. David Goodman (FDR) 10-0; 5. Vinnie dePaolo (MW) 9-6.
Weight throw: 1. Nate Sander (War) 64-1.5; 2. Mohib Khan (TV) 44-1; 3. Chris Kovalcik (Ell) 39-1; 4. Tim Snyder (War) 37-5.5; 5. Jacob Banse (MV) 37-2.

Girls’ track and field
OCIAA dual meet
(from Friday, at West Point)
Team key: Chapel Field (CF); Ellenville (Ell); F.D. Roosevelt (FDR); Liberty (Lib); Minisink Valley (MV); Monroe-Woodbury (MW); Monticello (Mont); Onteora (Ont); Pine Bush (PB); Pine Plains (PP); Poughkeepsie (Pok); Rondout Valley (RV); Tri-Valley (TV); Warwick (War)
55-meters: 1. Marielle Apronti (NFA) 7.6; 2. Mecca Walters (RV) 7.6; 3. K. Singleton (Pok) 7.7; 4. A. Morrison (Pok) 7.8; 5. Victoria Laiso (NFA) 7.9.
55 hurdles: 1. Peggy Greibesland (War) 9.0; 2. Lisa Jacobsen (MW) 10.1; 3. Jesenia Colon (Ell) 10.1; 4. Adi Spiegler (RV) 10.4; 5. Cristal Bruce (PP) 10.5.
300: 1. Alijah Fisher (NFA) 45.2; 2. Maggie McDermott (CF) 45.2; 3. Mainmuana Jammel (NFA) 46.3; 4. Laura Doherty (Mont) 46.5; 5. Celena Gonzalez (Ell) 46.9.
600: 1. Jodi Collymore (PB) 1:44.8; 2. Courtney Maurin (PB) 1:51.9; 3. Jillian Eggers (RV) 1:52.9; 4. Molly Byrne (War) 1:55.5; 5. Isabella Harris (FDR) 1:55.7.
1,500: 1. Sarah Rudge (Ont) 5:16.1; 2. Emily Eder (War) 5:23.9; 3. Molly Byrne (War) 5:31.9; 4. Daniela Mercado (Lib) 5:36.8; 6. Hannah Espinosa (MV) 5:37.7.
1,500 racewalk: 1. Alina Kasparsons (MW) 7:45.3; 2. E. Fornow (MW) 8:30.2; 3. Regina Mun (FDR) 8:46.6; 4. Jessica Hussey (TV) 9:18.1; 5. Emily Downs (Ont) 9:19.5.
800 relay: 1. Onteora 1:56.3; 2. Pine Bush 2:00.6; 3. Liberty 2:00.8; 4. Roosevelt 2:01.5; 5. Monticello 2:02.0.
1,600 relay: 1. Pine Bush 4:37.3; 2. Warwick 4:39.8; 3. Minisink Valley 4:44.7; 4. Rondout Valley 4:48.3; 5. Poughkeepsie 4:58.2.
3,200 relay: 1. Roosevelt 11:53.5; 2. Minisink Valley 11:54.1; 3. Monroe-Wodbury 12:11.8; 4. Rondout Valley 12:13.0; 5. Pine Bush 12:17.1.
High jump: 1. Ahnrea McCaskill (NFA) 4-10; 2. Laura Doherty (Mont) 4-10; 3. Jordan Earl (RV) 4-8; 4. Lisa Jacobson (MW) 4-8; 5. Katie Brantmeyer (RV) 4-6.
Long jump: 1. Megan Reilly (War) 14-7.5; 2. Gabrielle Gordon (PB) 13-9; 3. Danielel Thomas (PB) 13-4.5; 4. Catina Audain (MV) 13-4; 5. Asya Jeane (MW) 13-3.
Triple jump: 1. Gabrielle Gordon (PB) 31-0; 2. Jenna Maggiolo (PB) 30-6.5; 3. Catina Audain (MV) 30-6; 4. Agnes Eigo (War) 30-1; 5. Kelly Teel (MW) 29-4.5.
Shot put: 1. Courtney Baxter (MV) 27-6; 2. Melissa Kanuch (Ont) 27-5.5; 3. Diana Echols (Ell) 26-6; 4. Ashley Higby (RV) 26-5; 5. Chrissy Straub (War) 26-4.5.
Pole vault: 1. Sophie Alter (RV) 9-0; 2. Morgan Beers (FDR) 8-0.
Weight throw: 1. Denaia Flanders (MW) 40-11; 2. Racheal Campo (MW) 34-2.5; 3. Diana Echols (Ell) 33-0.5; 4. Heather Rysinger (MV) 27-8; 5. Heather Giza (Mont) 27-2.

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Girls’ soccer standings (through Sept. 22)

OCIAA Division I
Monroe-Woodbury 3-0 6-1
Newburgh 2-0-1 3-2-2
Pine Bush 2-2 3-3
Kingston 0-2-1 1-3-1
Middletown 0-3 0-6-1
OCIAA Division II
Minisink Valley 2-0 5-1
Washingtonville 2-0 3-1-1
Valley Central 0-2 2-4-1
Warwick 0-2 2-5
OCIAA Division III
Goshen 2-0 6-0
Cornwall 2-0 6-1
Port Jervis 0-2 2-3-1
Monticello 0-2 2-6
OCIAA Division IV
Burke 2-0 5-0-1
O’Neill 2-0 5-1
Fallsburg 0-2 1-3
Liberty 0-2 1-5
OCIAA Division V
Seward 2-0 3-2-1
Chester 1-0-1 2-1-1
Tuxedo 1-1-1 3-2-1
Tri-Valley 1-1 1-3
Sullivan West 0-3 0-5
OCIAA Division VI
Eldred 1-0 4-1
Livingston Manor 1-1 1-4
Chapel Field 0-1 0-2
MHAL Division I
Saugerties (8) 4-1 4-2
Wallkill (7) 4-1 5-1
Roosevelt (2) 1-5 1-6
Poughkeepsie (0) 0-5 0-6
MHAL Division II
Red Hook (13) 5-0 7-1
Marlboro (10) 5-1 5-1
New Paltz (9) 6-3 6-3
Rondout Valley (1) 1-4 1-4
Highland (0) 0-6 0-6-1
MHAL Division III
Spackenkill (9) 5-0 5-0
Ellenville (5) 3-2 3-3
Onteora (3) 1-2 3-3
Dover (2) 2-3 2-3
MHAL Division IV
Rhinebeck (13) 7-0 7-1
Coleman (4) 2-3 2-3
Pine Plains (2) 1-3 2-4
Millbrook (2) 1-5 1-5-1
Webutuck (2) 1-5 1-5

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XC: Warwick Wave Mania assignments

The Warwick Wave Mania cross-country festival takes place on Saturday morning at Sanfordville Elementary School, former host to the New York State public-school championships. As usual, a host of Section 9 schools will participate.
The boys’ Varsity I race will go off at 9:51 a.m. and will include Minisink Valley, Monticello, Mount Academy and Warwick.
The girls’ Varsity I race starts at 10:16 a.m. and will include Warwick, James I. O’Neill, Port Jervis, Minisink Valley and nearby Beacon.
The boys’ Varsity II race is set for 10:46 a.m. and will include Cornwall, Eldred, James I. O’Neill, Port Jervis, S.S. Seward and nearby Beacon.
The girls’ Varsity II race is slated for 11:11 a.m. and will include Cornwall, Eldred, Monroe-Woodbury, Monticello and S.S. Seward.
Three junior varsity races will follow the varsity events.

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Kingston football to air on WKNY

Kingston radio station WKNY (1490-AM) will once again broadcast Kingston High School varsity football games. The nine-game schedule gets underway on Sept. 7 when the Tigers travel to Long Island to take on Holy Cross.
A brief 10-minute pregame show precedes the kickoff.
The games can also be heard on 1490wkny.com and also on the TuneIn.com website.
The schedule, with kickoff times:
Sat. Sept. 7 – at Holy Cross, 4 p.m.
Thur. Sept. 12 – Washingtonville, 7 p.m.
Fri. Sept. 20 – Cornwall, 7 p.m.
Sat. Sept. 28 – at Warwick, 1:30 p.m.
Fri. Oct. 4 – Pine Bush, 7 p.m.
Fri. Oct. 11 – Monroe-Woodbury, 7 p.m.
Fri. Oct. 18 – at Middletown, 7 p.m.
Fri. Oct. 25 – at Newburgh, 7 p.m.
Fri. Nov. 1 – Crossover or playoff, time TBD

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Middletown-NFA football game on cable TV

The Sept. 28 high school football game pitting Middletown at Newburgh Free Academy will be televised live on Time Warner Cable Sports at 7 p.m.
The remainder of the TWCS high school football schedule:
Aug. 31 — Burnt Hills at Troy, 7 p.m.; Sept. 7 — Colonie at Shaker, 7 p.m.; Sept. 14 — La Salle Institute at Christian Brothers Academy, 7 p.m.; Sept. 21 — Ballston Spa at Shenendehowa, 7 p.m.; Sept. 28 — Middletown at Newburgh Free Academy, 7 p.m.; Oct. 5 — Mechanicville at Stillwater, 7 p.m.; Oct. 12 — regular game TBD, 7 p.m.; Oct. 19 — Section 2 quarterfinal, 7 p.m.; Oct. 26 — Section 2 semifinal, 7 p.m.; Oct. 27 — Section 2 semifinal, TBA; Nov. 2 — Section 2 finals, TBA; Nov. 3 — Section 2 finals, TBA
Though not announced in the press release, Time Warner has been airing the state semifinals (Nov. 16-17) in Kingston and Rochester and state finals (Nov. 23-25) in Syracuse in recent seasons and will likely do so again.
TWCS can be found in the Hudson Valley on Ch. 413 in standard definition and 461 in high definition. There’s a possibility these games could also end up on Time Warner’s sports overflow channels (197-199).

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Empire State Games to Valley in 2014 a distinct possibility

Frank Intervallo, the Hudson Valley regional director for the Empire State Games, said the new organizers of the summer games have reached out to representatives in the region about hosting the state Olympics in 2014.
“I think it’s exciting and it’s great the Games are back,” Intervallo said, “and it’s even better that they are considering coming back to the Hudson Valley. It speaks highly to the experience we had in 2005 and the faith they have in us to bring the Games back to where they should be.”
The Mid-Hudson Valley hosted the 2005 Empire State Games, utilizing Poughkeepsie, New Paltz, Newburgh and the surrounding area. Those Games were considered a critical success by state officials.
The region was set to host the Games in 2009 before the state ran into serious financial troubles and forced local organizers to pull the plug on a scaled-back Games. The Empire State Games returned in 2010 in Buffalo but the state did away with the Games’ organization in 2011.

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Local entries in upcoming Penn Relays track carnival

An early list of accepted entries into the high school events at the Penn Relays reveals a number of local participants.
For the girls, Olivia Jebb of Cornwall will compete in the triple jump; Christina Zelenoy of Monroe-Woodbury will run the 400-meter hurdles; and, Gianna Frontera of Newburgh Free Academy will run the 3,000. Warwick has a distance medley relay. Cornwall and Monroe-Woodbury have 3,200-meter relay entries.
For the boys, Xaivier McAllister of Newburgh will compete in the high jump. Monroe-Woodbury and Warwick have 3,200 relay teams entered.
The lists are not finalized, and do not include the 400 and 1,600 relay entries, which should include a number of local entries.

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Early Friday results from Indoor Nationals track meet

Emerging Elite division
Boys
2-mile: 31. Hunter Proscia (Eldred) 9:46.50; 40. Jim Bernstein (Tri-Valley) 9:52.63.
60 hurdles: 12. Eric Wellmon (Wallkill) 7.74.
3,200 relay: 6. Kingston (Sean Lyons, Pat Cahill, Taariq Jones, Taylor Davis) 8:04.79.
Girls
400: 6. Sara Flores (Kingston) 57.64.
3,200 relay: 25. Kingston (Kayley Jansen, Jamie Woych, Kelly Burke, Baylee Corrigan) 9:56.18; 32. Warwick (Jessica Stokkeland, Agnes Eigo, Shannon Bauer, Deirdre Davis) 10:02.18.

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My entry into the Twitter universe

With the encouragement of my colleagues, I have decided to join Twitter. You can follow me at #KenMcMillanTHR. I will Tweet about news and notes from my high school beats, college sports coverage and the sports media world, and include random tweets on the sports world. Let’s get the conversation going.

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