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CATSKILL — Matt Bowes fired a 612 triple with a high single game of 220 to lead Hudson to a 5-0 victory over Taconic Hills in Thursday’s Patroon Conference bowling match.

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CATSKILL — One night after the Catskill boys took the Battle of the Bridge Cup from Hudson, the Hudson girls team had a chance to avenge the loss. In a very tight battle throughout, the Bluehawks emerged victorious by a final score of 33-25.

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CHATHAM — Hannah Taylor and Naveah Daigle combined for 50 points to lead Chatham to an 80-53 victory over Albany Leadership in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference girls basketball game.

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CASTLETON — Maple Hill held off a late rally by Coxsackie-athens to post a 61-59 victory in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference boys basketball game.

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CATSKILL — The Catskill Cats overpowered the Hudson Bluehawks on Tuesday night, winning their Patroon Conference boys basketball showdown, 89-59.

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EAST DURHAM — Damien Fiducia poured in 31 points to lead unbeaten Greenville to a 69-49 victory over Cairo-Durham in Monday’s Patroon Conference boys basketball game.

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CATSKILL — The Catskill Cats hosted the Chatham Panthers in Friday night’s Patroon Conference girls basketball matchup. The Cats managed to eke out a win in a physical, tough, defensive battle against the Panthers, 44-33.

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CANANDAIGUA — The Columbia-Greene Community College men’s basketball team fell two games below .500 with a pair of losses in western New York over the weekend.

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On Friday, December 6, 2019, 44 Environmental Conservation Officers (ECOs) and Forest Rangers graduated the 22nd Basic School for Uniformed Officers at the DEC Law Enforcement Academy in Pulaski, NY.

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SCHENECTADY — Rande Harper scored 29 points to help Columbia-Greene Community College snap a three-game losing streak with a 77-61 Region III men’s basketball victory over Schenectady Community College.

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CAIRO — Janay Brantley posted a double-double and Sara Leipman played lockdown defense on Cairo-Durham’s Arianna Meyers to highlight Catskill’s 56-39 Patroon Conference girls basketball victory over the Mustangs on Wednesday.

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MIDDLEBURGH — Damien Fiducia torched Middleburgh for 43 points, including eight 3-pointers, as Greenville earned a 98-65 season-opening victory over the Knights on Saturday.

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Despite the loss of league Most Valuable Player Justice Brantley to graduation, Catskill remains a strong contender for the Patroon Conference boys basketball championship this season.

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Thanksgiving is a special time for deer hunters. This year is no exception. It’s a busy time with deer hunters who haven’t gotten their deer yet, balancing family and other obligations with filling the freezer. One of those “other” obligations frequently involves community service.

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VALATIE — The Ichabod Crane girls tennis team recently wrapped up another successful season by winning its third straight Section II Class B championship.

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GLOVERSVILLE — The No. 5 Germantown girls varsity soccer team prevailed in the quarterfinals of the Section II Class D tournament on Monday with a come-from-behind 2-1 win against the No. 4 home seed Oppenheim-Ephratah/St Johnsville.

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HUDSON — The Columbia-Greene Community College women’s soccer team played it’s final game of the season vs. Jefferson CC on Saturday. The Twins celebrated “Sophomore Day” by defeating the Cannoneers 10-1.

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CRARYVILLE — In Monday’s Section IX Class field hockey semifinal, the Taconic Hills Titans rolled to a 5-0 victory over the Ellenville Blue Devils.

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HUDSON — Ryan Parshall always knew that one day he’d be the head coach of a college basketball team. He just never dreamed it would happen at the age of 24.

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ROTTERDAM — Ichabod Crane punched its ticket to the Section II Class B boys soccer championship match with a 4-1 victory over Cobleskill-Richmondville in Wednesday’s semifinal at Mohonasen High School.

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HUDSON — Niskayuna scored two touchdowns in the final 18 seconds of the first half and went on to defeat Hudson, 26-22 in Wednesday’s crossover game at the Bluehawks Sports Complex.

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CHATHAM — Chatham High School held its 2019 Fall Sports Awards Night recently in the CHS auditorium.

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CATSKILL — Freshman Zach Porreca fired a 298 single and finished with a 734 triple to lead Hudson to a 5-0 victory over Coxsackie-Athens in the Patroon Conference bowling opener for both schools on Thursday.

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Today, Saturday, November 2 is opening day for using a crossbow to take deer and bear in the Southern Zone in NY. It runs concurrent with the long-established early archery season, until both seasons close the day before regular gun season for big game. This year regular gun season begins at…

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VALATIE — On Sunday, runners will take their marks for the forty-ninth annual New York City Marathon. Participants travel from all over the globe to the Big Apple for this infamous test of endurance and willpower each year.

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COLONIE — Schuylerville scored twice in the first half and made that two goal lead just stand up enough to pull out a 2-1 win over top seeded Ichabod Crane in Saturday’s Section II Class B boys soccer championship at Colonie High School.

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HUDSON — Niagara County Community College pulled away from a close game with a late second half run and went on to defeat Columbia-Greene Community College, 91-72, to win the Goldberg Classic championship on Saturday afternoon.

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SCHUYLERVILLE — Chatham will be playing in a Section II championship game for the second straight year after blanking Whitehall in Saturday’s Section II Class D football semifinal at Schuylerville High School.

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CRARYVILLE — The honors are rolling in for the Section IX Class C field hockey champion Taconic Hills Titans.

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VALATIE — The Grout brothers (Derek, 47, Douglas, 49, David, 51,) and their mother Jayne Zinke, 76, represented the New York Apple Association in the New York City Marathon this past Sunday.