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Friday, September 25, 2020

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SHADOWING: Livingston Manor defender Melissa Bryant, right, tried to keep Roscoe's Kelly Ahart from passing the ball in Friday's game in the Manor. The visiting Blue Devils won 3-1.

A look back at sports: Roscoe holds off Wildcats

By Frank RizzoPublished September 22, 1998

LIVINGSTON MANOR - Two days after an emotional overtime win against Tri-Valley, Livingston Manor faced a Roscoe squad which may have replaced TV as the class of Western Sullivan League girls' soccer.
The result was a 3-1 victory in Manor by the visiting Blue Devils on Friday, but the game was closer than the score would indicate.
A couple of missed Manor opportunities going the other way, and the outcome could have been different.
“We were tired. It was our third game this week,” was the simple explanation of Manor (1-2-1 WSL) coach Shirlee Davis. “We also had a couple of injured (starters) and I had no bench.”
Still, Davis gave credit to Roscoe, which is in sole possession of first place right now.
Amanda Huck opened the scoring for Roscoe at 19:23, beating keeper Jen Miller from 20 yards out with a shallow parabolic shot that tucked itself under the crossbar.
Minutes earlier, Miller had come out to make a sliding save on Mary Kate Johnston's breakaway.
Manor had its chances, but could not seem to get enough force on its shots on net.
With just under seven minutes left Erinn Adamse launched a low, soft left-footed more

In Other Sports News

Harness racing resumes at Monticello Raceway

MONTICELLO — After being out of work for the past six months, harness racers at the Monticello Raceway were finally able to return to the track this week.
Alan Schwartz is President of the Monticello Harness Horsemen's Association (MHHA), which includes over 500 members, owners, trainers, ... read more

Catholic Charities Golf for Charity Outing raised nearly $40,000 for emergency food, shelter assistance and other community programs

GOSHEN - Masks when not on the golf course, physical distancing, plentiful hand sanitizer, and no post-golf festivities made Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster's 2020 Golf for Charity Outing a tournament to remember.
Catholic Charities hosted 18 foursomes at West Hills Country ... read more

11th Annual DaHunt for the Cure event raises $80,000 for Hudson Valley Charities

MONTGOMERY - When the pandemic struck, DaHunt for the Cure founders Charlie and Diane Medici knew they couldn't move forward as planned with their sporting clays charity shooting event. However, canceling was out of the question. Instead, the innovative couple pivoted, extending the event to two ... read more

Callicoon Center Team takes Round Robin

Published September 22, 1977

Western Sullivan Firemen's Softball league held a round-robin playoff at Fremont Center on Labor Day. Six teams were in the play; Callicoon Center Fire Dept. team took the first place trophies.
The team won the complete round-robin by defeating Lake ... read more

Early bear take

Sixteen-year-old Nathaniel Viningre, a Sullivan County Long Beards member and Tri-Valley student, harvested his first black bear -- a 270-lb sow -- on opening day of early bear season. He used his grandfather's Rem 280. The bear was taken in Ulster County.

Swan Lake crowns Tuesday champs

The champions of the Swan Lake Golf and Country Club Tuesday Night Men's league are Scott Hamlin and Kort Wheeler. The team of Todd and Taylor VanKeuren took second place. Pictured from left, Todd VanKeuren, Scott Hamlin, Kort Wheeler and Taylor VanKeuren.

Fall sports moved to spring

SULLIVAN COUNTY -- Sullivan County high school sports teams will have to wait a little bit longer to participate in the games they love.
Last week, the Section 9 Athletic Council approved a resolution establishing an opening start date of November 30 for athletics for all schools in section. ... read more

A look back at sports: Jeff-Y nips DVCS 2-1

Published September 15, 1981

JEFFERSONVILLE - In a hard fought game played Friday afternoon, the Jeffersonville-Youngsville girls soccer team nipped Delaware Valley 2-1, scoring what proved to be the winning goal in the first of two overtime periods.
Jeff-Y seemed to have a slight upper ... read more

Baker and Iatauro Top 3rd annual Monticello Run-a-Thon

Published September 15, 1981

MONTICELLO - On a warm Indian summer day close to 200 runners lined up on Fraser Road in Monticello for the third annual Run-a-Thon sponsored by the Monticello Rotarians for the benefit of the Sullivan County Special Olympics.
A steep hill greeted the runners ... read more

NYSPHSAA Football, Volleyball, Competitive Cheer (Fall) Seasons moved to March 1, 2021

LATHAM - The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced today that football, volleyball and competitive cheer fall seasons will be postponed until March 1, 2021 to address membership concerns associated with high-risk fall sports.
The decision was rendered by ... read more

Monticello High School Trap Team:

MONTICELLO - With New York State schools getting the go-ahead to begin planning for the start of non-contact, low-risk sports on September 21st, Monticello High School is looking forward to resuming its place in the groundbreaking USA High School Clay Target League.
Before all school sports ... read more

Shari Van Hage, Coaching for Two

Published September 8, 1987

ELDRED - Shari Van Hage didn't plan her current situation, things just kind of turned out this way.
“When I got married last December I had all intentions of being the coach,” explained Van Hage, who was asked to take over the Eldred girl's soccer team last ... read more

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Sportsman Outdoors

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Multiple teams of lady anglers will compete in the fifth annual Reeling For A Cure ladies fishing tournament to raise money for women fighting cancer.
The fishing tournament will be held on Lake Ontario and the ladies will fish from 6 a.m. to noon. After the weigh-in of fish there will be an more

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Golfing Highlights

Single plane swing wins The Open

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From the classroom to the stream

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On Saturday morning we drove more

Bowling Highlights

So far, Fox Bowling Center's Tournament is not cancelled

Bill Gleim, owner and operator of the Fox Bowling Center in Hancock in a Facebook statement dated March 17 issued a positive statement noting that, “The bowling center is closed for now” and that their 68th annual men's women's and mixed handicap tournament “is not cancelled and we will reassess more

Raceway Wrap

Walt Henry, Ed Dachenhausen have big nights in Bethel

WHITE LAKE -- It was ‘Music Night', sponsored by Frank Stevens Roofing, at Bethel Speedway last Saturday. The night was highlighted by the ‘Detroit Iron 35' which was a special race for the fan popular street stock division. Track Championship races also continued to gain attention as there are more

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