Sports

Roxbury boys take two; team runs record to 3-1

By John Bernhardt
The Roxbury boys were road warriors last week winning games at Milford and Windham to run their season record to 3-1.

The Rockets capitalized on a second- and third-quarter surge to edge Milford, 47-44, in a nonleague contest, then swarmed Windham, 48-19, in their Delaware League opener later in the week.


Roxbury girls post wins over WAJ, Andes

By John Bernhardt
Kennedy Faraci is a player. The Roxbury sophomore guard launched her season with two impressive outings, leading the Rockets to season-opening victories over Windham and Andes.


New RCS girls' hoop coach takes team back to basics

By John Bernhardt
First-year Roxbury coach Lisa Faraci is hoping to help her girls rediscover the joy and excitement in playing basketball.

Faraci, who coached the girls’ soccer team in the fall, is focusing on fundamentals in the preseason that she hopes will become a strong basketball foundation for her Rockets.


Strong defense propels Rams to tournament win

By John Bernhardt
A swarming, opportunistic defense help propel the South Kortright Rams to the championship of their annual season-opening Thanksgiving Tourn-ament last weekend.


Experienced MCS girls’ hoop team brings optimism for a strong season

By John Bernhardt
Experience, inside/outside potential, strong rebounding, and excellent outside shooting have Margaretville girls’ basketball coach Kyle Holden thinking big. Holden, in his ninth season as the Blue Devils’ coach, is pleased with his team’s work ethic and likes the progress he sees in the preseason.


Andes girls' team looking to rebuild

By John Bernhardt
Andes co-coach Glenn Reynolds gave a huge sigh of relief Monday night when he learned that his senior point guard Gina Tait had not broken her wrist. With a roster decimated by graduation and the transfer of sharp-shooting point guard Mariah Ruff, losing Tait was one hit Reynolds would do anything to avoid.


MCS Boys' team looking for a rebound

By John Bernhardt
In his second year as the Margaretville boys’ varsity basketball coach, Dave Goodchild is hopeful his squad can turn things around this season. “Like every team, we would like to qualify for Section IV post-season play,” explained Goodchild.


Hamilton proves too strong for SK in State soccer match

By John Bernhardt
An exceptional skill set, sizzling speed and superior physical strength was a lethal mix at the Wright National Soccer Complex in Oneonta Saturday as Section III champion Hamilton overwhelmed Section IV champion South Kortright, 4-1, to win the regional title and advance to the Final Four in Middletown this weekend.


South Kortright boys win sectional title

By John Bernhardt


MCS Blue Devils fall to END in sectional semi-final

By John Bernhardt


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