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Little things mean a lot

I remember reading a study on the subject of how girls felt about having to wear uniforms to school. In general, they seemed not to mind the seeming uniformity of uniforms because they found all sort of ways to individualize them. Details like just how high the socks were and what shoes were worn became of much more importance than would have been the case had the girls had unlimited choices in their clothing.

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Bombers track team breaks school record at FDR invitational

kaitlinl@millertonnews.com

HYDE PARK — Facing off against 25 different teams, the Pine Plains varsity spring track team rose to the challenge and brought home a new school record after its performance in a recent invitational meet on Saturday, May 4.
Starting at 9 a.m., the teams gathered at the track at Franklin D. Roosevelt High School in Hyde Park.
With a total of 21 points, the Pine Plains girls track team finished in 17th place with 21 points while the Pine Plains boys came in 21st place with five points.

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Lady Bombers softball wins big: Pine Plains defeats Dover, 15-5

kaitlinl@millertonnews.com

PINE PLAINS — The Stissing Mountain High School varsity softball team began the month of May with a fierce home game against Dover on Wednesday, May 1.
The game was held on the ball field behind the high school. As a special treat, children who registered for this year’s youth baseball and softball teams in Pine Plains were invited to stand with the varsity players on the field during the National Anthem.

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Bombers and Warriors face off on the track

kaitlinl@millertonnews.com

PINE PLAINS — Both the Pine Plains girls and boys varsity spring track teams  had outstanding performances against Webutuck during a home dual meet on Tuesday, April 30.
Starting at 4:15 p.m., the meet was held on the track behind Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School.

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Sports Schedules

Millbrook
Friday, May 10, at 4 p.m., Boys Lacrosse, Varsity, Red Hook at Millbrook, Non-League, Millbrook High School (MHS).
Friday, May 10, at 4:15 p.m., Softball, Varsity, Highland at Millbrook, Non-League, MHS.
Friday, May 10, at 5:30 p.m., Girls Lacrosse, Varsity, Millbrook at Goshen, Non-League, Goshen C.J. Hooker Middle School.
Monday, May 13, at 4:30 p.m., Girls Lacrosse, Varsity, New Paltz at Millbrook, Non-League, MHS.

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Bombers track team: April ends on a high note at invitational

kaitlinl@millertonnews.com

PINE PLAINS — The Stissing Mountain High School varsity spring track team finished the month of April on a high note as it competed at the Gander Invitational meet held at Rondout Valley High School on Saturday, April 27.
In addition to Pine Plains and Rondout Valley, the Gander Invitational welcomed the varsity spring track teams from Ellenville, Millbrook, Wallkill, Hudson, Rhinebeck, Dover, New Paltz and Spackenkill, starting at 9 a.m.

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Millbrook girls still winning at lacrosse

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MILLBROOK — The Millbrook Blazers girls lacrosse team hosted the two-time defending champions, Warwick, on Saturday, May 4. Scoreless through much of the first half, it was a defensive battle all the way. Millbrook scored first and kept the momentum going until halftime, with a score of 1-0. 

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Opening day draws athletes and fans

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AMENIA — The softly falling rain that blanketed the ball fields on Saturday, May 4, couldn’t deter dozens upon dozens of young ball players from picking up both mitts and bats for Amenia’s opening day. The players all converged at Beekman Park, which welcomed the young athletes, their families and their friends.
“I love it,” said mom Jessica Deister, whose 4 year old, Cody, played with the Tiny Tots. “It’s really cute, and he makes new friends.”

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First to last

If you missed The Kentucky Derby, you didn’t just miss the hats, the dresses, the mint juleps and the rain, you also missed a piece of history.
For the first time ever, an objection posted by the number two finisher was upheld and a 65-1 horse, Country House, won the Derby after one of the favorites, Maximum Security, was disqualified.

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An American pastime

Players from Amenia’s Majors and Softball teams held an oversized American flag as Tori Gilleo sang the National Anthem during opening day’s opening ceremony. For full story, see Opening day draws athletes and fans.

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