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  • Bushmen surge past Vikings, 41-22

    At the start of the game with Pine Bush and Valley Central, the match-up looked like an even pairing for opposite reasons, and the Vikings’ Chandler Toth took little time proving that notion.

  • Big plays boost Goldbacks past Minisink

    The Newburgh Free Academy football team made enough big plays on offense and got enough key plays on defense to escape Minisink Valley High School on Friday night with a 28-14 win over the Warriors.

  • Dukes make it 8 in a row over Highland

    The winner of the annual Black and Blue Bowl rivalry game between Marlboro and Highland not only gets a shiny totem to display in its trophy case for an entire year, but local bragging rights about football supremacy as well. On Friday evening at Carl F. Meekins Field, the Dukes beat Highland 55-12 to capture […]

  • Vikings dominate Panthers in season opener

    It was a different year and similar circumstances. But there was a different conclusion when Valley Central and Wallkill met during their annual Battle of the Valley rivalry football game Friday.

  • Goldbacks roll over Kingston in opener

    By the time the Newburgh Free Academy Goldbacks ran an offensive play halfway through the first quarter, they already had two touchdowns and an eight-point lead.

  • Dukes crush O’Neil in opener

    Football seasons are precious commodities to high school players lucky enough to compete on the varsity level, as Marlboro senior quarterback Phil DeSantis found out the hard way last year. The signal caller missed several games due to injury in the 2016 campaign, with then-sophomore QB Sam Mongelli stepping up to fill the starter’s role […]

  • Bushmen, in 2017, know how to win

    After a loss in the divisional semis to NFA in 2016 with a young squad, Pine Bush returns with more experience and knowledge of how to win.

  • Dukes set for opener against O’Neill

    As the most dominant high school football team in the region for the past decade, the Marlboro Dukes are unaccustomed to entering a season looking for revenge against a division rival. But the 2017 campaign will be a mission to return to the pinnacle of Section 9, Class B for Marlboro after New Paltz captured […]

  • Huskies relying on two-way players

    Highland’s football team finished 3-6 last season, and something has come out of camp this year that may lead to a better finish this fall.

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