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Last season was a rough one for the Pine Bush boys’ lacrosse team. The Bushmen fielded a young team in 2023, and struggled mightily, winning only four of their 14 games. This season … more
The second trip to the field was more difficult for the Pine Bush flag football team. A week after routing the Highland Huskies, the Bushmen got enough offense and leaned on their defense late … more
It’s been another difficult start for the Newburgh Free Academy girls’ lacrosse team. The Goldbacks opened their season on April 9 with a 17-2 loss to the Highland Huskies at … more
The Highland Huskies were hitting the ball hard game, but in bad luck. However, by the sixth inning, the Huskies started finding holes in the New Paltz Huguenots’ defense. They scored five … more
If you control the draw, you control the game. Highland’s Caitlin Becker has been taking the draws for her team for only two years, and she controlled her 100th draw on April 9 during the … more
The Highland Huskies got off to a strong start, winning their first five games. But the streak ended on a rainy Thursday, as they fell behind early in a 10-4 loss to the Pine Bush Bushmen in a … more
Huskies top Millbrook Leland Dubois threw five innings with five strikeouts, and James Gescheidle had a hit and two runs scored and three stolen bases, leading the Highland baseball team to a … more
Vikings top Minisink, 12-6 Trevor Mitchetti had two hits, including a double and a run scored, helping the Valley Central Vikings to a 12-6 win over the Minisink Valley Warriors in an Orange County … more
Superintendent Michael Rydell gave a slide presentation last week to update the school board and the public on the current state of the 2024-25 school budget. Rydell noted that at the April 18 … more
The Valley Central High School PTSA hosted the Harlem Wizards for a fundraiser on April 2 in the school gymnasium. The Wizards defeated a team made up of staff from each of the Valley Central … more
The Panthers Players will present to the greater Wallkill community the comedic musical “Something Rotten” from Thursday, April 18 to Sunday, April 21 at Wallkill Senior High School. The … more
Eli McNair, a middle school scholar at South Middle School, won the Regional Spelling Bee on March 21 and is headed to the Washington, DC area to compete against 200 spellers from across the country … more
The Wallkill Panthers spent their spring break in Myrtle Beach, preparing for the upcoming baseball season. So, when they returned home to cold weather and rain, they were getting cooped up … more
It took about five minutes for the Pine Bush Bushmen to find their groove. And when they did, the offense got rolling, scoring 26 unanswered points in the first half on their way to a 40-19 win … more
Valley Central’s Aiden Kaleta came within a victory of qualifying for the New York State boys’ tennis tournament last season when he finished fourth in the Section 9 tournament. If … more
Lorena and Ally Rivera, have both been playing lacrosse for about 10 years. This summer, they will play at the highest level they’ve ever played. They will travel to Hong Kong for the … more
Before the seventh inning, Marlboro baseball coach John Morrissey told his team the only fact that mattered. If they didn’t score a run, they were going to be done, which he didn’t … more
The Marlboro Iron Dukes will enter the 2024 boys’ tennis season with an experienced roster. After finishing 8-5 a year ago, the Iron Dukes have only lost one senior, Jordan Johnson, but … more
It took most of the season for the Newburgh Free Academy flag football team to get its first win last season. This season is already shaping up differently as the Goldbacks routed the newly … more
The Newburgh Free Academy Goldbacks put up double-digit goals for the first time this season. It didn’t, however, translate into a victory, as the Washingtonville Wizards scored six goals … more
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