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CHATHAM — Adryanna Jennings tripled and scored on Erin Madsen’s safety squeeze bunt in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Chatham a 9-8 victory over Warrensburg in Saturday’s Section 2 Class C semifinal.

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The Catskill Central School District (CSD) Fishing Program kicked into high gear earlier this week. On a blistering hot Monday morning, fifth-graders and their mentors paid no attention to the heat as they took to the banks of the Catskill Creek across from the high school.

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GREENVILLE — Isaiah Edmonds pitched five inings of shutout ball with nine strikeouts and helped his own cause by going 3 for 3 with a double as Greenville defeated Taconic Hills, 10-0, in Friday’s Patroon Conference baseball game.

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For the first time since the Coronavirus pandemic shut down high school sports in New York State at the end of the 2020 winter season, Section II will conduct postseason playoffs and crown champions in each of its five classes.

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DEC cautions against disturbing fawns and other young wildlife by urging New Yorkers, “If You Care, Leave Them There.”

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RAVENA — Emma Scheitinger went 5 for 5 with two doubles and four RBI, Emma Heartquist went 4 for 6 with five RBI and Sophia Saccento went 4 for 4 with a double and five RBI as Ichabod Crane crushed Ravena, 25-2, in Wednesday’s Colonial Council softball game.

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COXSACKIE — Vic Gorman had a triple and a double with an RBI and Isaiah Maines went 3 for 3 with two RBI to power Hudson to a 17-4 victory over Coxsackie-Athens in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference baseball game at McQuade Park.

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CASTLETON — Taconic Hills’ Neil Howard III set a school record and tied a state record for a freshman in the pole vault and set a school record in the long jump at Tuesday’s Patroon Conference boys track and field meet against Maple Hill.

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CHATHAM — Tate Van Alstyne belted his fourth home run of the season to highlight a 14-hit attack as Chatham defeated Coxsackie-Athens, 13-3, in Friday’s Patroon Conference baseball game.

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HUDSON — The Hudson girls track team defeated Catskill 63-27 on Saturday as Hudson’s three seniors, Rylee Brown, Deja Squires and Kimeta Alce, each won an individual event on senior day.

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HUDSON — Coxsackie-Athens placed a total of nine players on the recently released Section II Class South Division All-Star team, according to first-year coach Fred Howard.

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GREENPORT — The Hudson River Collegiate Baseball League opened its 2021 season Tuesday evening with the Orioles taking on the two-time defending league champions the Storm.

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COXSACKIE — Feshman Neil Howard III shattered a school record he set just last week with a 13-11 effort in the pole vault to spark Taconic hills to a 106-15 victory over Catskill in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference boys track and field meet.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Former Greenville standout Ava Fitzmaurice scored another big time honor on Tuesday afternoon when the University of New Haven junior was tabbed one of 54 selections to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America Teams as a Pitcher/Utility.

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CHATHAM — Emily Mesick pitched a one-hit shutout with six strikeouts and no walks and Erin Madsen belted a home run and a triple with five RBI as Chatham topped Maple Hill, 12-0, in Monday’s Patroon Conference softball game.

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Chris Brown homered and drove in two runs and Ethan Lenzo tripled, doubled and had four RBI to lead the Greene County Outlaws 8U to a 19-8 victory over the Colonie Raiders 8U in Sunday’s travel baseball game.

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CLIFTON PARK — Bella Milazzo limited Class AA power Shenendehowa to just two hits over 10 innings, striking out 14 and driving in the winning run as Ichabod Crane edged the Lady Plainsmen, 2-1, in Saturday’s non-league softball game.

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In last week’s column I discussed what was sent to me as an “Urgent Call to Action” to get sportsmen and women to contact their assembly member to urge them to vote against a harmful bill under the guise of protecting the environment. Specifically, to vote against A05728, a bill which would …

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HUDSON — Hudson’s Torri Carr won photo-finishes in both the 200 and 400 meter dashes to lead the Hudson girls to an 80-32 win over Greenville Thursday. Carr won the 400 in 68.6, edging Smith of Greenville who finished in 68.9. 20 minutes later she edged Mulholland of Greenvile in the 200 wit…