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Jefferson Jayhawks best Roxbury last week in baseball action

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REACHING OUT — Jefferson’s Michael Adlum reaches for a throw as Roxbury’s Tyler Phillips steals second base during Monday’s action. Backing up the play is shortstop Dan Wade. The JayHawks won, 9-5.— Photos by Dick Sanford

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Roxbury freshman hurler shuts down Blue Devils

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Rain, some snow, and generally nasty weather last week played havoc with softball and baseball schedules but in Roxbury on Saturday, Anthony Cortese moved further into his high school pitching career with some flair. The Roxbury freshman, who picked up his first varsity win in relief last week, added another notch on his belt as a starter. Cortese turned in a strong performance, throwing five shutout innings to guide his team past Margaret­ville, 7-1.

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Youth hunters bag toms

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FIRST TURKEY — Panos Stamas, 12, of Ramsey, NJ (above) shot his first turkey on Sunday, the second day of the youth turkey-hunting season. Panos was hunting with his uncle, Ilias Stamas of Dry Brook, and his father and 10-year-old brother. The big gobbler came to the hunters after 45 minutes of calling and fell to one shot from Panos’s 28-gauge single-shot shotgun. The bird weighed 22 and-a-half pounds, sported one and-one-quarter inch long spurs and had a 10-inch beard. — Contributed photo

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Hook, Line & Sinker: April 29, 2015

With air temperatures still hovering around the 30s and 40s at night, fishing has been a bit slower this season, as water temperatures haven’t risen as quickly as usual, and we are still waiting for them to reach that ‘magic number’ of 50 degrees Fahrenheit. 
Reservoir fishing in general has also been slow, not only on the Pepacton, but on the Cannonsville and Rondout reservoirs as well. The cold snap after the last weekend of 70-degree temperatures seems to have sent the trout back into inactivity.

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Delaware League tennis action heating up

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April 27 results
MCS defeats RCS, 5-1
1S: Riley Ancona (M) d. Nick Dorrance (R), 9-1
2S: Yair Sanchez (M) d. Jennifer Blunt (R), 9-1
3S: Rhiannon Kearns (M) d. Isabel Batista (R), 9-0
4S: Ian Todd (M) d. Molly O Brien (R), 9-2
5S: Kobi Anfimovas (M) d. Mika Garcia (R), 9-7
1D: Brendan Reidlinger & Cristian Sparisou (R) d. Lindsay Day & Casey Serdiouk (M), 10-11(1-7)
April 21 results
Windham defeated Roxbury, 7-0
1S: Malcom Seamens (W) d. Nick Dorrance (R), 0-9
2S: Joe Pelham (W) d. Jennifer Blunt (R), 0-9

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Bowling Scores: April 29, 2015

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Organization League 4/21/15
FINAL STANDINGS
H. Fairbairn 43 17
Erickson Auto. 37 23
Reliable Tent 33 27
Marg. Bowl 31 29
ROCKO 28 32
Water Guy 27 33
Marg. FD 22 38
Z Painting 19 41
Team High Game
Reliable Tent 1,155
Team High Series
Reliable Tent 3,233
High Individual Game
Drew Frano 266. Greg Montminy 258, Armen Murad 225
High Individual Series
Drew Frano 653, Greg Montminy 633, Brandon Johnson 605

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RCS boys rally late for wins

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Late-game rallies, including one come-from-behind, walk-off style, lifted Roxbury past Stamford and Jefferson last week in local baseball action.
The Rockets scored two runs with two outs in the bottom of the final inning with a Ryan Howell single the game winner to edge Stamford, 5-4. It was Tyler Phillips with a big hit resulting in two runs, this time in the visitor’s sixth, breaking a 5-5 tie and lifting the Rockets over Jefferson later in the week.
IN THE DIRT — RCS third baseman Will Rendler goes to the ground to field a ball during Monday’s loss to Windham. — Photos by Dick SanfordIN THE DIRT — RCS third baseman Will Rendler goes to the ground to field a ball during Monday’s loss to Windham. — Photos by Dick Sanford

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RCS softball battery slams Stamford

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It was a power hitting display reminiscent of the Yankee’s Murderer’s Row of yesteryear when the Roxbury girls’ softball team overpowered Stamford, 31-11, last week.
The Rockets amassed 30 hits including 13 of the extra-base variety, and the Rockets had double-digit outputs in two of the seven inning of the contest.
Roxbury’s Jade Meehan led the long-ball display blasting a pair of triples and a home run. Caroline Davis also slammed a round tripper for the Rockets.

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MCS girls win three in a week

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The Margaretville girls’ softball team got its game in high gear last week winning three times without a defeat. Margaretville got great starting pitching from Ana Endaya who threw six shut-out innings in a 13-8 Blue Devil win over Jefferson. The Blue Devils then took both ends of a double header beating Windham 12-7 and 17-16.
SLIDING IN SAFELY — Margaretville’s Emily Baker hits the dirt as she scores a run during Monday’s contest against visiting South Kortright. Looking for the ball is SK catcher Laura Hannigan. — Photos by Dick SanfordSLIDING IN SAFELY — Margaretville’s Emily Baker hits the dirt as she scores a run during Monday’s contest against visiting South Kortright. Looking for the ball is SK catcher Laura Hannigan. — Photos by Dick Sanford

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MCS boys still struggling for a win

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The Margaretville baseball team can’t get all cylinders running in the same baseball game as they struggle to break into the winning column this spring. Friday, the Blue Devils played almost errorless baseball but surrendered too many free bases as their pitchers walked seven batters and hit four more when they fell to Jefferson, 14-11.
ALL IN STRIDE — Margaretville’s Tristan Santiago starts his swing during baseball action on Monday at South Kortright. The host team was a 13-4 winner. — Photo by Dick SanfordALL IN STRIDE — Margaretville’s Tristan Santiago starts his swing during baseball action on Monday at South Kortright. The host team was a 13-4 winner. — Photo by Dick Sanford

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