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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.

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CATSKILL — The Catskill school teachers are more the just brains. They are athletes as well. Staff and Faculty showed off their skills in an annual charity basketball at the Catskill High School gym on Wednesday.