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  • 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.

  • Dukes fall in overtime in state tournament

    Marlboro’s boys basketball team played a pair of overtime games last week, winning the first and then losing the second, 56-49 during the state Class B quarterfinal against Babylon at Old SUNY Westbury on Long Island Saturday.

  • Lady Panthers claim Class A crown

    It took everything they had, and Wallkill’s girls basketball team used the entire floor Sunday at SUNY New Paltz to beat a pesky Cornwall team 62-52 for the Section IX, Class A crown.

  • Lady Goldbacks run out of firepower

    During the basketball season’s final moments of pandemonium, the gym at Newburgh Free Academy was engulfed with students when the Lady Goldbacks held off Minisink, 33-32, Tuesday, Feb. 26 with Emily Cook’s three-pointer to win their Section IX quarterfinal with nine seconds left in the game.

  • Dukes repeat as Class B champs

    Marlboro’s boys basketball team repeated as sectional champs Saturday at SUNY New Paltz, but they did so only after surviving the final minute against Spackenkill.

  • Lady Panthers claim MHAL title

    Wallkill’s girls basketball team won its second MHAL title in three years when they beat Onteora 55-33 Thursday, Feb. 21 in Stone Ridge.

  • Lady Goldbacks prepare for playoffs

    Newburgh’s girls basketball team was playing without one of its best players this season, junior Sarah Williams, when they hosted Monroe-Woodbury during the season’s finale Wednesday, Feb 20.

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