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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Storm starter Connor Christensen delivers a pitch to the plate during Wednesday’s Hudson River Collegiate Baseball League season opener against the Rattlers at Ricky Cramer Field in Catskill.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Storm pitcher Connor Christensen throws during Wednesday’s Hudson River Collegiate Baseball League season opener against the Rattlers at Ricky Cramer Field in Catskill.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Storm shortstop Angel Rodriguez tags out a Rattlers runner at second base during Wednesday’s Hudson River Collegiate Baseball League season opener at Ricky Cramer Field in Catskill.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Rattlers pitcher Michael Poirier throws during Wednesday’s Hudson River Collegiate Baseball League season opener against the Storm at Ricky Cramer Field in Catskill.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Rattlers pitcher Michael Poirier delivers a pitch during Wednesday’s Hudson River Collegiate Baseball League season opener against the Storm at Ricky Cramer Field in Catskill.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Rattlers left fielder Joe Saia tracks down a fly ball during Wednesday’s Hudson River Collegiate Baseball League season opener against the Storm at Ricky Cramer Field in Catskill.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Storm pitcher Sheridan Dillon throws during Wednesday’s Hudson River Collegiate Baseball League season opener against the Rattlers at Ricky Cramer Field in Catskill.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Storm manager Ed Dupont keeps a close eye on the action during Wednesday’s Hudson River Collegiate Baseball League season opener against the Rattlers at Ricky Cramer Field in Catskill.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Former Ichabod Crane standout Austin Walsh pitched a perfect inning of relief with two strikeouts in the Storm’s 2-0 victory over the Rattlers on Wednesday at Ricky Cramer Field in Catskill.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene MediaHudson River Collegiate Baseball League Owner/General Manager Ed Dupont (right), his daughter Jessica and son Derrek work on getting Ricky Cramer Field in Catskill ready for Wednesday’s season opener.

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For close to over three full months now, the entire world of sports had been put on hold due to the spread of Coronavirus across the globe. Though there have been a few plans put in place for certain leagues and organizations to return to action, the immediate future is still uncertain.

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Spring training for the Yankees and Mets will be held at home this year, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday, before encouraging the major league teams to play at least part of a season.

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Photo contributed Taconic Hills track and field standout Amelia Canetto will be attending Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina in the Fall.

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Columbia-Greene Media Chatham’s Hannah Taylor was named a First-Team Patroon Conference Softball All-Star and helped the Panthers win the Section II Class C championship in 2019.

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Columbia-Greene Media Ichabod Crane’s Isabella Milazzo was named the Colonial Council MVP, earned First-Team All-State status in Class B and helped the Riders reach another state Final Four in 2019.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Attending Game 2 of the 2018 American League Championship Series in Boston was Matt Bowes’ favorite moment as a sports fan.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Coxsackie-Athens three-sport standout Aiden Boehm will be attending West Point in the Fall.

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Photo contributed A record-setting performance by a Taconic Hills teammate is Dylan Foutch’s favorite sports moment as a fan.

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Photo contributed Coxsackie-Athens’ Logan Campbell won a Section II wrestling championship and finished eighth in the state in the 113-pound division this past season.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Greenville’s Damien Fiducia scored his 1,000th career point and was named a First-Team Patroon Conference All-Star as a junior this past season.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Catskill freshman Janay Brantley earned Patroon Conference girls basketball Most Valuable Player honors this past season and is just 33 points away from reaching 1,000 points for her career.

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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media After earning Patroon Conference girls basketball MVP honors as a junior and First-Team All-Star status as a senior, Hudson’s Deja Beauford will be taking her talents to SUNY Plattsburgh in the Fall.