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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

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Roscoe/LM's Joseph Gould goes aloft to haul in a 14-yard TD pass from quarterback Brenden Ryder in the second quarter of Roscoe/LM's 40-0 win over Tri-Valley.

Unbeaten Roscoe/LM rolls over T-V to clinch berth in Eight-Man title game

Demolition Crew

By Richard RossRoscoe 40
Tri-Valley 0

ROSCOE -- “To everything there is a season,” begins the oft-quoted lines from Ecclesiastes which affirm that with time, there comes inevitable change.
For the Roscoe /Livingston Manor Blue Devils, the time of being beaten by other teams, most notably Tri-Valley over the past years of the Bears' dominance is now over. With a ferocious brand of hard-hitting, physical football, Roscoe/LM jumped on their visitors early and never let up as they barnstormed to their second shutout win in a row, pounding the shocked Bears 40-0 one week after beating Fallsburg 38-0.
Seventy-eight points of balanced offense featured deft running and passing authored by a host of contributors coupled with a fierce defense that yielded no points over eight quarters.
Yes, Virginia, Roscoe has arrived and this is their season at long last.
The win assured the undefeated Blue Devils who were most assuredly watched over by the angelic presence of Fred Ahart, a berth in the Section 9 Eight-Man Football title game on April 24. Their opponent is yet to be determined but with a win next week over Eldred, Roscoe will probably claim home field advantage.
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Experienced Manor Set for Title Defense

Published April 13, 1978

LIVINGSTON MANOR - Thursday Al Larson was carrying around the Eldred baseball roster in his shirt pocket. April 17, Larson, Livingston Manor baseball coach, is hoping his Wildcats will have Eldred in their hip pocket after the two teams meet in the 1978 Western ... read more

Impressive SW proves victorious over rapidly-improving Fallsburg

Sullivan West 50
Fallsburg 22

FALLSBURG -- It was inevitable that football teams would be hurt by the pandemic-related postponement of the fall season. With schools often on remote sessions and the long winter before the Fall 2 season finally got underway, conditioning and limited ... read more

Liberty improves to 5-0

LIBERTY -- In case you haven't heard, the Liberty Varsity Boys Soccer team is a force to be reckoned with. The talented bunch, which includes 12 seniors, many of whom have been playing together since their underclassman years, have jumped out to a 5-0 start. Even more impressive is the fact they ... read more

Collision course

Monticello and Liberty had rough outings against James I. O'Neill and Chester respectively on Saturday afternoon. The Panthers were defeated 35-6, and Liberty lost 42-7. Monticello's TD was scored by Julian Velasco (pictured) off a pass from Xavean Mitchell while Liberty's came on a big breakaway ... read more

Liberty boys stay perfect

LIBERTY -- The Indians continued the dominant start to their season with a 7-0 victory over Chester on Wednesday. Goals were scored by Liam Henry (3), Owen Siegel, Chase Racette, Dennis Cardenas and Raul Morales.
Assists were tallied by Norlis Acosta (3), Racette (2), Lewis Paz, Siegel and ... read more

Miller tops conference, is third in state for trapshooting

MONTICELLO - When Monticello's Kaitlyn Miller started trapshooting with the high school's club team four years ago, only four high schools in the state had teams. That number has since grown to 100 schools and the competition has increased exponentially as well.
This fall, Miller finished third ... read more

Pigskin preview: Eight-man season heating up

SULLIVAN COUNTY -- When it comes to the current standings of the Section 9 Eight-Man Football League division that Sullivan County teams call home, like the popular saying in the card game Crazy Eights goes, “All eights are wild.”
Anything can happen as Roscoe/Manor, Sullivan West and ... read more

Bulldogs' bite bests Yellowjackets' sting

ELDRED -- Striking first doesn't always mean you will laugh last. Just ask the Eldred Yellowjackets who in a valiant effort, fell to the visiting Sullivan West Bulldogs, 2-1, in their season opener on Wednesday afternoon.
The home team only has 10 players, which means they'll have to play down ... read more

Roscoe/Livingston Manor Blue Devils roll on with win over Fallsburg

Roscoe/Livingston Manor 40
Fallsburg 0

ROSCOE- “A life that touches others goes on forever.”
So even though it was the first time in the past 51 years that Fred Ahart was not standing on the sidelines of Roscoe's football field, offering the encouragement and love that he showed right ... read more

Westies mount impressive rushing attack in Eldred's grid debut

Sullivan West 36
Eldred 6

ELDRED- “Thunderbolts and lightning very, very frightening me.”
No it wasn't a Queen performance of Bohemian Rhapsody but Sullivan West's barnstorming descendance on Eldred that resulted in a 36-6 win over Eldred in its belated season opener.
The wind was ... read more

They took the prize

Published April 6, 1978

Take one twelve-year-old little girl and a brand new puppy and you usually end up with one puppy that Mom has to take care of. But that's not the case at the Earl Myers household.
Shari Myers, Earl and Marian's oldest daughter, not only trained her pup herself but ... read more

Bears beat O'Neill

GRAHAMSVILLE -- The Tri-Valley Varsity Cross Country teams continue to impress. They hosted O'Neill earlier this week, in a meet that saw the boys win 23-32. There were no team scores tallied in the girls meet.
Tri-Valley results are as follows ...

Boys --1. Adam Furman (T-V) 16:43; 2. ... read more

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