Sports

Margaretville tennis squad ties for league title

The Margaretville tennis team posted a 4-3 win over the visiting Wildcats of Hunter-Tannersville on Monday to earn a share of the Delaware League title. Margaretville and Hunter each finished the regular season with 8-2 records to share the top spot in the league.


Devils keep winning on diamond; Rockets fall in close games

By Julia Green
In sports, it’s a matter of doing the little things right – even when it might not seem like it counts. That mentality is what makes champions, and it is without a doubt the mentality that has earned the Margaretville Blue Devil baseball team the No. 6 slot in the New York State rankings.
It was prominently on display during the sixth inning of the Blue Devils’ home game against the visiting Stamford Indians on Monday night. Despite a 12-0 lead in Margaretville’s favor, a foul tip off a Stamford bat headed toward the home team’s bench and appeared to be out of the reach of MCS catcher Jon Fairbairn.
Key words being “appeared to be.”


MCS, Roxbury teams atop softball divisions

By Julia Green
The Roxbury Rockets came out firing on all cylinders in last Thursday’s match-up against the host Wildcats of Hunter-Tannersville, despite less-than-ideal weather conditions.
“It was a wind dome,” said Roxbury Head Coach Jane Ware. “You could throw a ball from first base to home plate on that field and it would move over six feet.”
The gusts didn’t ruffle the feathers of Roxbury pitcher Heather Davie, however, who led off the game with a home run.


Margaretville School Board votes down proposed athletic merger with Andes

By Julia Green
The Margaretville Central School Board of Education voted four to one Monday night at its monthly board meeting to reject Andes Central School’s request for an athletic merger for the coming academic year.
Board president Barbara Funck represented the lone yea vote, while board members Robbie Martin, Randy Moore, Joe Moskowitz and Al Tanzer voted against the measure, which would have allowed male Andes student-athletes to compete on Margaretville Central School athletic teams.


Blenheim Reservoir open for recreational boating

North Blenheim — The New York Power Authority (NYPA) reopened the upper and lower reservoirs at its Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project on Wednesday, April 14, to recreational boaters.
Boats and boat trailers accessing both reservoirs must be clearly marked with registration numbers and a NYPA permit.


Margaretville, RCS girls post softball wins

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By Julia Green
Roxbury Rockets
The Roxbury girls posted an 18-3 win over the visiting Wildcats of Gilboa on Thursday. Led by Sydney Peters, who went 2-for-2 with three RBIs, two runs and a triple, the Rockets moved to 4-0 overall and in league play.


RCS, MCS net tennis wins

The Roxbury Rockets advanced to 4-0 with two tennis wins last week. The Rockets posted a 5-2 win over the Warriors of Windham on Tuesday and edged the visiting Wildcats of Hunter-Tannersville 4-3 on Friday to remain unbeaten.


Rockets post first baseball win; Margaretville holds off JayHawks

By Julia Green
The Roxbury Rockets earned their first win of the season on Thursday as they posted a 15-8 win over the host Windham Warriors. The Rockets were led by winning pitcher Andy Merwin, who went 3-for-4 with three runs, two doubles, and two RBIs.


Margaretville Board of Education hears request for athletic union

By Julia Green
The Margaretville Central School Board of Education held a public forum last Wednesday night to hear a proposal from Andes Central School regarding the possibility of allowing Andes student-athletes to compete on Margaretville athletic teams next year.
Andes Superintendent Bob Chakar and Athletic Director Margaret Brown delivered a presentation to MCS Board of Education members and Superintendent Tony Albanese, as well as roughly 70 members of the community.


Roxbury's Davie no-hits JCS; Andes edges MCS in softball

By Julia Green
Roxbury’s Heather Davie tallied her second no-hitter in two years on Tuesday, as the Rockets posted a 2-0 win over the host Jefferson JayHawks.
“It was a pitchers’ duel,” said Roxbury Head Coach Jane Ware, whose own team was limited to two runs by Jefferson’s pitcher.


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