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Newburgh swimmers take third in tri-meet

January 20th, 2016 Comments off

As the postseason nears in early February, Newburgh’s boys’ swimming team got a taste during a tri-meet at home Monday, Jan. 11, with Monroe-Woodbury and Section 1 Suffern, of what it takes to compete at the end. Read more…

Lady Bushmen cruise past Newburgh

January 20th, 2016 Comments off

Kate Cain scored more points than she had in a basketball game, including travel and AAU ball, when Pine Bush traveled to Newburgh Free Academy Wednesday, Jan. 13. Read more…

Lady Goldbacks fall to 1-9 after loss to PB

January 20th, 2016 Comments off

Newburgh’s girls’ basketball team played at home Wednesday, Jan. 13, against Pine Bush. And Pine Bush’s Kate Cain scored 45 points as the Lady Goldbacks failed to respond in the visitor’s 58-38 victory. Read more…

Dukes sweep season series with Highland

January 20th, 2016 Comments off

It was their second meeting of the season after the boys’ basketball teams from Highland and Marlboro played each other less than two weeks earlier in Highland. Read more…

Bushmen rout Cornwall, improve to 8-0

January 13th, 2016 Comments off

Pine Bush owned the paint in Cornwall Monday, Jan. 4, and the home team’s Jason Bailey owned the three-point line, but the Bushmen had five score in double figures as they routed the Dragons 74-44. Read more…

Newburgh swimmers rusty from holiday layoff

January 13th, 2016 Comments off

Newburgh’s boys’ swimming team returned Tuesday Jan. 5 to face Washingtonville at home after not swimming in a dual meet since Dec. 16 when the Goldbacks beat Pine Bush. Read more…

Lady Dukes hold off New Paltz to stay unbeaten

January 13th, 2016 Comments off

Marlboro’s girls’ basketball team came to New Paltz undefeated 7-0 Friday and were rolling early, up 8-0 with 5:45 left in the first quarter. Read more…

Bushmen 7-0 after winning O’Neill tournament

January 6th, 2016 Comments off

Pine Bush’s boys’ basketball team entered 2016 with a 7-0 record after winning the Clifford Craig – Ronald Anderson Memorial Tournament at O’Neill Wednesday, Dec. 30. Read more…

Newburgh wrestlers 11th at tournament

January 6th, 2016 Comments off

Newburgh’s Mike DeCapua won his weight class at 152 pounds during the Mid-Hudson Wrestling Invitational at Arlington last year, and he was hoping to retain that title in 2015. Read more…

Lady Dukes win O’Neill Holiday Classic

January 6th, 2016 Comments off

Marlboro’s girls’ basketball team started 2016 undefeated after winning the Lady Raider Holiday Classic at O’Neill, Wednesday, Dec. 30 with a 58-44 victory over Middletown. Read more…

Panther wrestlers handle Bushmen

December 30th, 2015 Comments off

Wallkill’s wrestling team hosted Pine Bush Tuesday, Dec. 22, and the Panthers opened the match with a 30-0 lead due to forfeits. Read more…

Middies’ big lead too much to overcome

December 30th, 2015 Comments off

There was a little less than three minutes left in the first quarter Monday, Dec. 21, and Middletown’s Kyle Brown landed a three that gave the Middies a 15-3 lead over Newburgh. Read more…

Lady Huskies make it 6 in a row

December 30th, 2015 Comments off

Highland’s girls’ basketball team headed into Christmas undefeated after beating Red Hook 51-44 at home Tuesday, Dec. 22. Read more…

Vikings, charitable off the court, show no mercy

December 22nd, 2015 Comments off

Charity began at the admission gate but stopped at the basketball court. On a night when the Valley Central players, coaches and fans wore orange to show support for a sick Warwick athlete, the Vikings were merciless on the court, getting off to a quick start and cruising to a 73-26 Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association Division II win on Thursday night at Valley Central High School. Read more…

Goldbacks inch away from Red Hook, 54-46

December 22nd, 2015 Comments off

Newburgh’s boys’ basketball team plays Middletown a few days before the Christmas break, and they faced Red Hook Saturday in a tune-up before facing the Middies, the defending Section 9, Class AA champions at home. Read more…