Margaretville

RCS girls top rival Blue Devils

By John Bernhardt
Roxbury’s Marissa Greene was making up for lost time in the Rockets’ softball opener at home. Injuries in both her sophomore and junior seasons prevented Greene from getting much time on the softball field. Friday, Greene started anew, pounding out four hits and scoring four times as Roxbury launched a new softball season by beating Margaretville, 24-9.


Jefferson nips in MCS baseball play

Staff report
Defending champion Jefferson scored four times to break open a 5-5 tie and then held on to squeak past visiting Margaretville, 9-8, in the Delaware League opener for both teams Monday afternoon. Four Jefferson base hits, the big blow a two-run Jimmy Reese single, proved to be Margaretville’s undoing.


MCS nets tennis win over WAJ

The Margaretville Central School Varsity Tennis Team raised its league record to 2-0 Thursday when they defeated visiting Windham-Ashland-Jewett, 4-3. Margaretville won its first match on Wednesday by default over Charlotte Valley.


Short piles up 13 strikeouts in MCS victory

Staff report
When Margaretville’s Kyle Short and Gilboa’s Hunter Grace match wits on the baseball mound, you don’t want to miss it. The two junior pitching aces started off throwing strikes in Thursday’s opener, right where they left off in a season-ending contest at Cooperstown’s Double Day Field last year. The Blue Devils outlasted their hosts, 4-3, holding back a final-inning Wildcats’ rally to earn a nail-biting win.

Allowed two hits


MCS benefits from grant funding

By Brian Sweeney
Margaretville Central School officials have recently been notified of two grants awarded to the district.

The district will be receiving a VAP (Virtual Advanced Placement) grant through Ulster BOCES and a Replication Grant from the State Education Department.


Blue Devils softball has eye on the title

By John Bernhardt
“We’ll surprise people this year,” Margaretville softball coach Bill Lonecke insisted when talking about his 2013 team. Lonecke’s confidence is forged by experience and five consecutive Blue Devil Upper Division Delaware League championships. The Margaretville coach and his team have their sights set on number six.


Fairview Library helps people get online through Connect2Compete

Margaretville — Connect2Compete is a new initiative at the Fairview Library to promote the importance of digital literacy skills and increase access to free computer and Internet training classes through EveryoneOn campaign.

Connect2Compete is a unique collaboration of government, corporate, philanthropic and community leaders committed to harnessing technology, especially the transformational power of the Internet, to improve the lives of Americans and their ability to thrive in the global economy.

Three options


Pitching, fielding will be key for Blue Devils baseball

Staff report
“If we pitch and defend, we compete.”
Margaretville’s baseball coach John Bernhardt knows his team is young and his roster is thin. Even so, Bernhardt expects his Blue Devils to compete.

Bernhardt believes baseball success begins with solid pitching. The Margaretville coach feels that in junior Kyle Short, his team has a pitching ace.
“The role of a pitching ace is about more than throwing the ball,” Bernhardt explains. It’s about the attitude you bring with you when you climb the hill to pitch,” he concludes.

Tough to hit


3 Margaretville residents charged in cocaine case

By Brian Sweeney
Three Margaretville residents were arrested last week on charges stemming from cocaine possession.

Arrested on March 13 by NY State Police on charges of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance (with intent to sell) were Victor M. Perez, 57, his wife, Kris Perez, 45, both of 104 Frog Alley Road, Margaretville. The charges are Class “B” felonies. John D. Gilchrist, 53, of 2 Olga Drive, Margaretville was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a Class “A” misdemeanor.


Mountainside earns 5-star rating

Margaretville — HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley® is pleased to announce that Mountainside Residential Care Center received a five-star rating in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Nursing Homes issue for the third year in a row.

The rating was based on data from “Nursing Home Compare,” an online database presented by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which helps consumers, families and caregivers assess nursing facilities. Mountainside was one of five, five-star facilities located in Central New York, out of 126 total facilities.


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