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Local Scoreboard: Soccer Scores Sept 2 - 23, 2014

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Here are the latest scores from local high school soccer games. There are dozens of pictures from many of these games in our image galleries, just look in "High School Sports"
RCS (boys) v. Stamford, Sept 23, RCS won 2-1
MCS (girls) v. Hunter-Tannersville, Sept 23, MCS won 1-0
MCS (boys) v. Onteora, Sept 20, NELSON Tournament, MCS won tournament 1-0
Onteora (boys) v. Downsville, Sept 19, NELSON Tournament, Onteora won 2-1
MCS (boys) v. Tri-Valley, Sept 19, NELSON Tournament, MCS won 4-1
MCS (girls) v. Eldred, Sept 20, COHEN Tournament, MCS won the tournament, 7-1
MCS (girls) v. Coleman, Sept 18, COHEN Tournament, MCS won 6-0
RCS (girls) v. Eldred, Sept 18, COHEN Tournament, Eldred won 5-3
MCS (boys) v. RCS, Sept 16, MCS won 3-0

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Local soccer teams win in several nail-biters

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HEADS UP — Roxbury players Charles Carey (15) and Tyler Phillips (17) leap for a head ball during play last Tuesday against Stamford. The Rockets won the contest. — Photos by Dick SanfordHEADS UP — Roxbury players Charles Carey (15) and Tyler Phillips (17) leap for a head ball during play last Tuesday against Stamford. The Rockets won the contest. — Photos by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt
“It ain’t over till it’s over.” It was late September in 1973 when baseball legend Yogi Berra made one of his most famous fractured quotations.

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Fleischmanns "nets" new tennis courts

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Father-Son team tops in Connecticut tennis tournament

A father and son team with Arkville roots won the Connecticut Tennis Open Tournament at Yale University in New Haven, CT last week.
Nicholas Steiglehner, 10, and his father Tom with their trophyNicholas Steiglehner, 10, and his father Tom with their trophy

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Bowling Scores: October 1, 2014

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Better Half Mixed League — 9/28/14
Slicksters 14 2
Pin Heads 11 5
Team Attitude 9 7
Poor Craig 9 7
Komeback Kids 9 7
JAB 5 7
Fleixible Team 8 8
BYE 0 16
Men’s High Game
Greg Montminy 232, Larry Wixon 225, Alan White 203
Men’s High Series
Larry Wixon 613, Alan Gavette 568, Greg Montminy 542, Alan White 542
Women’s High Game
Kristena Westerfeld 191, Sharon Gavette 174, Susan Wixon 159
Women’s High Series
Kristena Westerfeld 503, Sharon Gavette 451, Susan Wixon 440

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Soccer incident prompts investigation of SKS by schools

By Joe Moskowitz
An incident during a girls’ soccer game between South Kortright and Margaretville last Thursday has the administrations from both schools still trying to find out exactly what happened and has also resulted in South Kortright Central School Superintendent Pat Norton-White issuing a letter of apology for the incident to the Margaretville girls’ soccer team and the school community.
The incident began when Margaretville player Cora Bruno collided with a South Kortright player and went to the ground with what was feared to be a head or neck injury.

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DEC opens nearly 12,000 more acres to hunting

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has announced that it will expand a deer management program in the Catskills to include additional areas around Ashokan, Cannonsville and Neversink reservoirs.
By expanding hunting privileges on 11,948 acres of water supply land, DEP is seeking to promote forest regeneration and protect water quality by controlling the size of deer populations in the immediate vicinity of these reservoirs.

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Host MCS soccer teams win tourneys

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FANCY FOOTWORK — Matt VanValkenburg of MCS (2) tries to dribble past Roxbury’s Tyler Phillips in Delaware League action last Tuesday. The Blue Devils were 3-0 winners.  — Photos by Dick SanfordFANCY FOOTWORK — Matt VanValkenburg of MCS (2) tries to dribble past Roxbury’s Tyler Phillips in Delaware League action last Tuesday. The Blue Devils were 3-0 winners. — Photos by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt
The chant “She’s our goalie” erupts from the Margaretville bench every time Alany Gomez makes a challenging save.

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Bow hunting season starts October 1

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The 2014 Whitetail Deer Hunt­ing Season in the Southern Zone gets underway on Wednesday, Oct. 1 when the Early Bowhunting season opens and continues through November 14.
The regular hunting season for deer will run from Saturday, November 15 through Sunday, Dec. 7. The Late Bowhunting Season and the Muzzleloading Season in the Southern Zone take place from December 8-16.

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Busy week in soccer action for local teams

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By John Bernhardt
It was inevitable, simply a matter of strategic soccer planning. With Matt VanValkenburg doing almost all of the scoring for Margaretville during their first two games of the season, it was only a matter of time before the Blue Devils faced defensive alignments tipped in the direction of their senior scoring ace. That was exactly what VanValkenburg faced, a logjam of Windham defenders Thursday in a game that ended in a scoreless tie.
Margaretville’s Ian Todd, #9, rifles a shot past Downsville defender Lucas Elmore, #10 in Margaretville’s 5-2 win over the visiting Eagles last week Tuesday. Click any image to see a photo gallery of that game. — Photos by Dick SanfordMargaretville’s Ian Todd, #9, rifles a shot past Downsville defender Lucas Elmore, #10 in Margaretville’s 5-2 win over the visiting Eagles last week Tuesday. Click any image to see a photo gallery of that game. — Photos by Dick Sanford

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