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  • Nucs, after winning tourney, lose 2-1

    The Newburgh Nuclears lost to the Middletown Cobras in the District 9 title game last year and won the Graci tournament played over the weekend of June 15-16, but they couldn’t get by the Cobras last week during a 2-1 loss at home Thursday, June 20.

  • Late rally sparks Lloyd’s Legion team

    Lloyd’s senior American Legion team found itself with some momentum after winning two of their last three, and in the middle of another one-run game, leading Kingston 3-2 after the top of the third inning at home last week.

  • A local coaching legend retires

    The story of Tom Walraven’s life in with baseball begins at Yankee Stadium in the summer of 1961. Walraven was seven, and he was at his first Yankee game with his father, who gave him some money to buy some popcorn at the game. The youngster went by himself and was standing in line when Mickey […]

  • Nuclears off to 4-2 start

    It’s is still early, but the Newburgh Nuclears senior American Legion team are not ready to forget how the 2012 season ended.

  • Marlboro’s Courtney Warden second in state hurdles

    In Middletown during the state track and field finals, Courtney Warden did what she set out to do when she she beat Harley’s Isabel Hirtelen by a fraction of a second to win the state division two 100-hurdles title with a time of 14.49.

  • Marlboro loses 2 to 1 in New York State softball final

    The Marlboro High School softball team came so close to winning the New York Class B title, losing 2 to 1, to Windsor, which won the title in 2010 and 2011, and losing last year to the champion, Chatham of Columbia County.

  • Lady Vikings’ reign ends at hands of PB

    Valley Central’s hopes to four-peat as Section 9, Class AA softball champions met a shattering end Thursday, May 30 in Maybrook when Pine Bush’s Alyssa Hasbrouck blasted a three-run homer off Cindy Connoly in the top of the seventh to beat the Lady Vikings 4-1.

  • Goldbacks eliminated in quarterfinals

    Newburgh Free Academy’s baseball team started the season slow and then won seven in a row down the stretch to earn a Section 9, AA quarterfinal fifth-seed berth against Valley Central, the fourth seed.

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