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BCANY names girls basketball all-stars
SULLIVAN COUNTY - The Basketball Coaches Association of New York named their Section IX girls basketball all-stars, as well as coach and players of the year last week. Several Sullivan County athletes and a local coach were honored.
Fallsburg Varsity Girls Basketball Coach Daniel Redmond was ...
Third Annual Windy Kilt 5K raises thousands for a great cause
NARROWSBURG - When it comes to St. Patrick's Day and all of its fun-filled fanfare we're all a bit Irish and green is apt to become our favorite color. With bagpipes a-playing courtesy of Jeff Burrell of Oxford, N.J., the third annual Windy Kilt 5K race was about to get underway in front of the ...
SW Junior Collin Hauschild following his dream
JEFFERSONVILLE - For most high school kids, football season comes just once a year, when the leaves begin to fall and the air turns crisp. For Collin Hauschild, there is no season for football.
The sport takes up hours of the Sullivan West junior's life, day in and day out, all year long. ...
“Thar's gold” in Monti indoor track history
MONTICELLO - When it comes to reporting on sports milestones from decades gone by, sometimes things are overlooked and thereby omitted.
In an article in the March 7 edition, “Quantum leaps; stalwart efforts: Medals earned, records break at NYSPHSAA Indoor Track Championships”(Page 8B), it was ...
Liberty Coach not involved with Sullivan West decision
LIBERTY - Contrary to a report in Tuesday's Democrat regarding Sullivan West's football program, Liberty Varsity Football Coach John Wilhelm said he was never involved in any discussions about a potential merger between Sullivan West and Liberty.
“I was never asked by anyone at Sullivan West, ...
2016-17 Wrestler of the Year: ELS' Noah Curreri
ELDRED - To be honored with an award or title as the best in your sport, there are a number of factors to consider. Did an athlete have a spectacular year or does the body of work over their high school career etch their place in history?
In the case of Eldred/Liberty/Sullivan West's (ELS) Noah ...
Sullivan West explores options for its pigskin program
LAKE HUNTINGTON - High school football is a game of numbers.
And to have a successful program, high school coaches are continually trying to get more players to go out to build their program.
However, recently schools across the county have either stopped fielding a team, combined with other ...
Cold temperatures don't stop runners from celebrating life
ROCK HILL - Runners were not fazed by well below freezing temperatures on Sunday, coming out to support a good cause and to participate in the fourteenth annual Celebrate Life Half Marathon and Lucia Rein Two People Relay in Rock Hill.
The race annually raises funds to assist cancer patients in ...
Fallsburg's Shawn Leszczynski lets nothing stop him
FALLSBURG - Reading lips is like trying to make words from falling snowflakes.
That is the analogy Fallsburg sophomore athlete Shawn Leszczynski uses to describe what challenges he faces being deaf. He says that for him, trying to listen to someone speak in a loud environment and read their ...
Highland halts Fallsburg's season
STORY AND PHOTO
BY JOSEPH ABRAHAM
FALLSBURG - Unlike the first half of last Tuesday's quarterfinal against Rondout Valley where it seemed they couldn't miss, the No. 2 seed Lady Comets struggled offensively in their 51-35 Section IX Class B semifinals loss to No. 6 seed Highland last ...
T-V overpowered by Millbrook in ‘C' final
NEWBURGH - Take Millbrook's junior forward Humberto Cabrera out of the lineup and instead of losing Friday's Section IX Class C Championship game at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh by the score of 77-42, Tri-Valley might have escaped with a four-point loss, 46-42.
Now of course that is ...
In Sports Columns
Ban early calling to gobblers
Pennsylvania Rep. Neal Goodman is sponsoring a state bill that he thinks speaks for a majority of sportsmen who will support his effort to prohibit the use of any hen turkey calls that serve only to educate male turkeys for the 30 days prior to the spring turkey season.
“Such advance turkey ...read more
What's maddening about March Madness is the officiating
I watched a great finish to the Kentucky-Wichita St. second round NCAA basketball game on Sunday. Clutch three-point shots, big-time rebounds, huge blocks. And the best part of the last four minutes was the officials stayed out of it. They let the players have the stage and made only one obvious ...read more
Thunderstorms and lightning on the golf course
While golfing last week a thunderstorm and lighting hit the area and I was amazed by the fact that some golfers tried to stay out on the course until finally warned to get off the course by one of the employees.
When thunderstorms and lightning interrupt your golf game you should heed golf ...read more
Bowlers rap out some nice scores
The 300 merry-go-round continues to highlight the scoring at Kiamesha Lanes.
In the Tuesday Mixed Firefighters league, Pedro Agapito III climbed back on the 300 bandwagon with a 300, 259, 254 for a nice 813 series.
He bowls on the Rock Hill Liquors team with team mates George Dye, Tola ...read more
Lohmeyer winning the race against time
When Eddie Lohmeyer was a youngster, he always knew he wanted a career in harness racing. At age 12, he worked with his uncle, Al Manzi (Catello's father) who at that time trained horses at the fabled Good Time Park in Goshen. Every chance he had, Lohmeyer would go to a training or racing facility ...read more
In Sports Calendar
Tuesday, February 21
Chapel Field @ Eldred, 4:30pm*
S.S. Seward @ T-V, 6:30pm
Liberty @ Chester, 7pm*
SW @ Rhinebeck, 4:45pm
Roscoe/LM @ Eldred,6pm*
Liberty @ Goshen, 6pm
Washingtonville @ Monticello, ...read more