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Millerton News Sports

Bombers track team excels at Hudson invitational

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PINE PLAINS — Pine Plains Coach Jeremy Weber said he was impressed by the outstanding performances of the Pine Plains varsity spring track team at an invitational meet on Saturday, May 11.
Pine Plains competed against 10 different teams on the track at Hudson High School in Hudson. By meet’s end, the Pine Plains girls track team finished in fifth place out of 11 teams with a total of 48 points while the boys track team came in fourth place with 57 points.

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Bombers spring track team shows improvement in MHAL Championships

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HYDE PARK — Faced against 17 other competing schools, the Pine Plains varsity spring track team rose above the competition to produce strong performances in the recent Mid-Hudson Athletic League (MHAL) Championships on Saturday, May 18.
This year’s championships were held at Franklin D. Roosevelt High School and featured 17 varsity spring track teams. Out of the 17 participating schools, the Pine Plains girls track team finished in 13th place with seven points while the Pine Plains boys track team finished in 14th place with eight points.

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Great day for a fishing derby

AMENIA — The Ralph Vinchiarello/Amenia Lions Club Kids Fishing Derby couldn’t have taken place on a lovelier day, on Saturday, May 18, at Vinchiarello‘s pond off Mygatt Road. 
The late Vinchiarello, a fishing enthusiast, former town supervisor and county legislator, had provided the pond by his home, at the intersection of Old North and Mygatt roads, for the derby since its inception, roughly 25 years ago.

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Bombers track defeats Coleman

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PINE PLAINS — The Pine Plains varsity spring track team recognized the dedication and perseverance demonstrated by its 11 senior athletes with a special Senior Night celebration on Tuesday, May 14.

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Millbrook wins over Burke, clinches first in Class

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MILLBROOK — At a thrilling game on Wednesday, May 15, the Millbrook Blazers girls lacrosse team played Burke Catholic, winning 15-4, and clinching the number one seed in Class D, and finishing the regular season with an impressive 10-3 record.
Scoring goals were Hailie Every, with 1; Cat Halpin and Carrie Halpin, with 2 each; Arianna Radovic, with 4; Emma Sager, with 4; and Stephanie Williams, with 4.

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Bombers varsity baseball honors two seniors at recognition game

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PINE PLAINS — As a token of their admiration, the Pine Plains varsity baseball team took a moment to recognize Stissing Mountain High School seniors Shane Benziger and Evan Proper for their athleticism and dedication to the team at the senior recognition game on Thursday, May 9. 
Organized on the ball field behind the high school, the Bombers held a quick ceremony to acknowledge the seniors before their game against the Onteora Eagles at 4:15 p.m. 

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Millerton Youth Basketball program hopes to expand

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MILLERTON — Given the seasonal demand for the program by local basketball players, the Millerton Youth Basketball program wants to expand next year to feature two teams and focus more on fundamental skills.
While the youth baseball was previously funded and run by the Amenia Recreation Committee for about six years, Millerton Village Clerk Kelly Kilmer decided to run the program in Millerton when the town of Amenia chose not to last winter.

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Sports Schedules

Millbrook
Friday, May 17, at 4:15 p.m., Softball, Modified, Rhinebeck at Millbrook, League, Millbrook High School (MHS).
Friday, May 17, at 4:15 p.m., Baseball, Modified, Rhinebeck at Millbrook, League, MHS.
Friday, May 17, at 4:15 p.m., Spring Track, Modified, Rondout Valley at Millbrook, MHS.
Saturday, May 18, at 9:30 a.m., Spring Track, Varsity, Millbrook at MHAL, Championship, FDR Roosevelt High School.

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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

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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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