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Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Chatham's Jayshawn Williams (3) carries the ball during this past November's Section II Class D championship game against Warrensburg at Schuylerville High School.

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Trout season opened this past Wednesday, April 1st, as did striped bass fishing on the Hudson River. The trout opener found area streams in great shape.

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Photo contributed Jeremy Metzler of Cairo said it was “great fun” watching his 10 year old son Tyler reel in one of the lunker 18-inch holdover browns, the did the same thing moments later.

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HUDSON — Columbia-Greene Community College’s Cameron Thomas, was recently named to the Mountain Valley Conference All-Conference men’s basketball team for the 2019-20 season.

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VALATIE — The softball team from Ichabod Crane has been to the NYS Final Four in four of the past five seasons. They’ve won two state championships out of the last five.

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With less than two weeks before the opening of striped bass season on April 1, Hudson River anglers are likely getting gear and boats ready, chomping at the bit to get out on the water.

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HUDSON — Outside of the impact on public health and the nation’s economy, the Coronavirus is also taking a toll on what a lot of Americans turn to in troubling times, sports.

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LATHAM — The New York State Public High School Athletic Association announces the cancellation of the remaining winter state championship events. The impacted championship events include the boys and girls basketball regionals and state championships, as well as the ice hockey and bowling ch…

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GREENPORT — Because of the rapidly spreading coronavirus, the 2020 season is over before it started for the Columbia-Greene Community College baseball and softball teams.

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Columbia-Greene Community College photoThe 2020 season for the Columbia-Greene Community College baseball and softball teams was canceled on Tuesday because of the Coronavirus.

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DEC recently announced that hundreds of students representing 37 schools across New York State will be competing in the 12th Annual National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) state tournament at the State Fairgrounds in Syracuse on Friday, March 20.

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COXSACKIE — The Coxsackie Police Athletic League (PAL) hosted its SIXth Annual Youth Basketball Tournament over the weekend of March 7 and 8. Teams from Coxsackie, Catskill, and Gilboa competed at the grade 5/6 and 7/8 levels with boys teams.

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GLENS FALLS — Nate Hopper’s three-pointer with two seconds remaining gave No. 1 seed North Warren a 64-61 victory ver Germantown in Wednesday’s Section II Class D boys basketball semifinal at Cool Insuring Arena.

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CRARYVILLE — Mid-Hudson Athletic League field hockey Most Valuable Player Delana Bonci of Taconic Hills signed a letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Monday.

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Photo contributedGreenville eighth-grader Kieran Cullen finished eighth in the 106-pound weight class of Divisiion II at this past weekend’s New York State Wrestling Championships in Albany.

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Photo contributedTaconic Hills’ Delana Bonci, the 2019 Mid-Hudson Athletic League field hockey MVP, signed a letter of intent to attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the Fall.

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Photo contributedDelana Bonci of Taconic Hills signs a letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy as her Dad Eric, Brother Aaron and Mother Judi look on.

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Photo contributedTaconic Hills’ Delana Bonci signs a letter of intent to continue her academich and athletic career at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy as Titans girls track coach Paula Voight-Jause (far left), field hockey coach Angela Webster (second from left) and her Mom Judi and…

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When former Hudson resident James Cuyler was hired as head coach of the North Warren boys varsity basketball team last summer, it didn’t take long for him to realize he had a team that was capable of something special.

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ALBANY — All five local wrestlers finished in the top eight of Division II at the New York State Wrestling Championships at the Times Union Center over the weekend.

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WESTMORELAND — The Ichabod crane boys volleyball won its second straight New York State Class B Regional championship on Saturday with a hard-fought 3-2 victory over Section III champion Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at Westmoreland High School.

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Nicole Freeman photoMaple Hill’s Caleb Svingala (top) battles Alex Skowronski of East Aurora-Holland in the New York State Wrestling Championships at the Times Union Center in Albany on Friday.

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Nicole Freeman photoMaple Hill’s Caleb Svingala (top) takes on Alex Skowronski of East Aurora-Holland in the New York State Wrestling Championships at the Times Union Center in Albany on Friday.

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Nicole Freeman photoGreenville’s Aidan Cullen (top) battles Julian Martin of Lake Shore in a first-round match in the New York State Wrestling Championships at the Times Union Center in Albany on Friday.

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Nikki Freeman photoGreenville’s Aidan Cullen (top) in action against Julian Martin of Lake Shore in the New York State Wrestling Championships at the Times Union Center in Albany on Friday.

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Photo contributedFrom left: Greenville’s Kieran Cullen, Greenville coach Pat Cullen, Journeyman Club coach Shawn Miller and Greenville’s Aidan Cullen at this past weekend’s New York State Wrestling Championships at the Times Union Center in Albany. Kieran finished eighth in Division II at 10…