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Powerful RCS boys' offense topples Windham

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By John Bernhardt
The big story was another 30 plus point effort by Roxbury’s Matt Faraci. Faraci, the area’s leading scorer, uses a multiple-pronged offensive attack that includes hard penetrating moves to the basket, a “spot on” shooting touch from the perimeter and solid free throw shooting racked up 35 points as Roxbury bested Windham, 59-48.
DRIVE TIME — Roxbury Rocket Chris Clark drives past a Downsville opponent during play last  Wednesday at RCS. The visitors won the game. — Photos by Dick SanfordDRIVE TIME — Roxbury Rocket Chris Clark drives past a Downsville opponent during play last Wednesday at RCS. The visitors won the game. — Photos by Dick Sanford


MCS girls best Andes but fall to the top-ranked Davenport

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By John Bernhardt
It’s a regular rite of winter. As sure as cold mountain winter air in the Catskills, year after year you can count on Davenport’s legendary girls’ basketball coach Ray Preston to have his team perched at the top of the Delaware League’s Upper Division standings. It was way back in the 2001-2002 basketball season when Preston and his Wildcats wrested the Upper Division title from Margaret­ville, and the Wildcats have finished on top ever since.

On top again


Bowling Scores: January 21, 2015

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Margaretville Women’s — 1/15/15

Frank’s Septic 31 17
Sam’s Cty. Store 28 20
Sluiter Agency 25 23
MTC Cable 24.5 23.5
The Caboose 23 25
JK Construc. 21 27
Flour Patch 20.5 27.5
MJ Clockmakers 19 29

Team High Game
The Caboose 621

Team High Series
Frank’s Septic 1,728

High Individual Game
Anna Blish 202, Kari Blish 191, Sharon Gavette 178
High Individual Series
Anna Blish 564, Kari Blish 508, Amy McCann 487

Organization League — 1/13/15

Marg. Bowl 8 0
Reliable Tent 5 3
H. Fairbairn 5 3
ROCKO 4 4


MCS boys back on track with more balanced offense

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STRONG UNDERNEATH — Margaretville’s Donovan Bullock tries to power past a Hunter-Tannersville defender in action last Wednesday at MCS. The Blue Devils won the contest, 64-28. — Photo by Dick SanfordSTRONG UNDERNEATH — Margaretville’s Donovan Bullock tries to power past a Hunter-Tannersville defender in action last Wednesday at MCS. The Blue Devils won the contest, 64-28. — Photo by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt


Lady Rockets are full steam ahead in league hoop play

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Jade Meehan leaps to score against Andes in Thursday's game. Meehan contributed 17 points total in Rocket wins against Jefferson and Andes last week. — Photos by Dick SanfordJade Meehan leaps to score against Andes in Thursday's game. Meehan contributed 17 points total in Rocket wins against Jefferson and Andes last week. — Photos by Dick Sanford
by John Bernhardt
They are off and running and it’s full steam ahead for the Roxbury girls’ basketball team. The Rockets roared to huge first quarter leads in two contests, downing Jefferson, 49-38, and Andes, 46-20, last week. The victories raise Roxbury’s Delaware League record to 5-1. The Rockets are 7-1 overall.


Roxbury boys drop a nail-biter to Jefferson

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by John Bernhardt
If you’re looking for a heart pumping, nerve wracking night of entertainment, check out a Roxbury boys’ basketball game. It seems like every time the Rockets take the floor, basketball fans in attendance are treated to a night of excitement, 32 minutes of dramatic, adrenaline pumping entertainment with the drama that comes, one way or another, with a last minute triumph.
The Rockets were at it again last week, taking local basketball fans on a dizzying basketball ride before dropping a nail biter to visiting Jefferson, 51-47.


MCS Lady Devils prevail over Windham

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NOT SO FAST— Katie Pelham of Windham (55) reaches out to try for a block as Margaretville’s Hailee Hunter gets ready to shoot in last Thursday’s Blue Devil victory over the visiting Warriors. — Photos by Dick SanfordNOT SO FAST— Katie Pelham of Windham (55) reaches out to try for a block as Margaretville’s Hailee Hunter gets ready to shoot in last Thursday’s Blue Devil victory over the visiting Warriors. — Photos by Dick Sanford
by John Bernhardt
A Cora-Bruno offensive explosion helped Margaretville race to a 28-8 first half lead over Windham Thursday. The Margaretville senior guard scored 13 of her game-high 19 points in the first two quarters of play. Bruno would hit two three-point goals on the night.


Bowling Scores: January 14, 2015

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Better Half Mixed League — 1/11/15

Team Attitude 43 33
Pin Heads 43 33
Team 8 42 18
JAB 41 35
Slicksters 41 35
Poor Craig 36 40
Komeback Kids 34 42
Flexible Team 24 52

Men’s High Game
Tom Miller 234, Alan Gavette 222, Greg Montminy 204, Brandon Johnson 204
Men’s High Series
Tom Miller 626, Alan Gavette 625, Greg Montminy 588
Women’s High Game
Kayla Gavette 193, Sharon Gavette 180, Susan Wixon 177
Women’s High Series
Kayla Gavette 520, Sharon Gavette 519, Lela Davis 480


Lady Rockets win SCS Tourney in overtime thriller vs. Milford

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CONCENTRATING — Tournament Most Valuable Player Jade Meehan of Roxbury gets set to take a foul shot during the finals of the Stamford Girls’ Booster Club Christmas Tournament on December 30. Meehan poured in 22 points to help her team to a one-point victory in overtime. — Photos by Dick SanfordCONCENTRATING — Tournament Most Valuable Player Jade Meehan of Roxbury gets set to take a foul shot during the finals of the Stamford Girls’ Booster Club Christmas Tournament on December 30. Meehan poured in 22 points to help her team to a one-point victory in overtime. — Photos by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt
Some time in the future, when the members of this year’s Roxbury girls’ basketball team look back, December 30, 2014, will represent a bell weather point of their basketball season. For it was on that day, the Rockets’ last basketball foray of the 2014 portion of their season, when they finally came of age by downing undefeated Milford in overtime, 59-58, to win the Stamford Girls’ Booster Club Christmas Tournament.


Stamford holds off RCS for boys hoop win

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By John Bernhardt
It was an old-fashioned defensive hardwood war reminiscent of high school basketball games of another era. In the end, the Stamford Indians had just enough gas left in the tank to outlast Roxbury, 50-45, on the Rockets’ home court on Monday night.
BIG EFFORT — Roxbury’s Will Rendler gets in position to take a shot as Stamford’s Jess Hults defends during Monday night action at RCS. Rendler poured in 25 points, but the visiting club was a 50-45 winner.— Photos by Dick SanfordBIG EFFORT — Roxbury’s Will Rendler gets in position to take a shot as Stamford’s Jess Hults defends during Monday night action at RCS. Rendler poured in 25 points, but the visiting club was a 50-45 winner.— Photos by Dick Sanford


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