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  • Lady Panthers return from Fla.

    After making it to the Section 9, Class A final a year ago and losing to Cornwall, Wallkill’s softball team embarks on another season after one of the program’s most successful campaigns.

  • 2013 Goldbacks can flex muscles

    Newburgh’s varsity baseball team had a scrimmage last week against O’Neill, and the pitching staff gave up a hit, and the batters put across nine runs.

  • Familiar faces give Bushmen hope

    Pine Bush’s baseball’s season ended last year with a loss in the Section 9, Class AA final to Kingston. Kingston went on to win the state title while many of the Bushmen went out and played American Legion senior ball for the Middletown Cobras through the summer.

  • Lady Goldbacks put last year behind them

    After missing the playoffs and having a miserable season against other sectional Class AA teams last year, Newburgh’s softball team will try and rebound this spring and get on a winning track.

  • Wallkill soph wins Dooley 5K race

    Brendon Sutta, a Wallkill sophomore, woke up on Sunday’s frosty morning and took off with 160 other runners, and he was the first one back during the 1st Lt. Mark Dooley 5K Race of Honor.

  • Warwick’s Tahito wins Shamrock race

    Wallkill conducted one of its largest Shamrock Scrambles ever Sunday, March 17 with 630 pre-registered to run the 5K race. “Pre-registered,” said Al Favata, a race organizer, “we’ve never had that many.” The race helps fund scholarships at Wallkill High School and Habitat for Humanity.

  • Goldback girls try to overcome injuries

    Newburgh’s girls lacrosse team finished 3-11 last season, plagued by problems like the concussion that afflicted Jasmine Ramon, a senior attacker for the Lady Goldbacks at the end of the campaign.

  • Highland girls to make their lacrosse debut

    Highland has fielded a boys lacrosse team since the end of the last decade. Now the girls are joining varsity ranks, and they began practice last week to get ready for the upcoming 2013 season.

  • Wallkill girls come up short

    Wallkill’s girls basketball team jumped out to an 11-2 lead Saturday in Binghamton against Maine-Endwell, but the Spartans quickly figured out the Panthers in the state Class A quarterfinal before going on to win 62-58.

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