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Pine Plains field hockey wins in season opener

stefanieg@millertonnews.com

PINE PLAINS — In the first game of the season, the Webutuck High School varsity girls field hockey team met Stissing Mountain High School for a close game that resulted in a 2-1 win for Stissing Mountain.
Webutuck’s Sam Murphy made the first goal of the game, but at the end of the second half, Megan Proper and Anna Woodward of Stissing Mountain each made a goal, securing the win for their team.
“I’m really proud of the way the kids played the last 15 minutes of the game,” said Stissing Mountain coach Dick Meilinger. “We have to play that way all the time in order to be successful.”

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Webutuck girls soccer has second shutout in a row

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DOVER — Webutuck won 4-0 in an away game against Dover, their second game and second shutout of the season.
The game started out like the first game of the season with no goals during the first half.
“We’re not finishing in the first half, but we’re getting the goals in the second half to put teams away,” said Webutuck coach Mark Moren.
Victoria Cullinan scored the first goal of the game off a penalty kick five minutes into the second half.
Danielle Stoetzner made the second goal with an assist from Briana Bailey.

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Coleman bests Pine Plains

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PINE PLAINS — The Stissing Mountain High School varsity girls soccer team played its second game of the season on Wednesday, Sept. 14, on their home field against Coleman.
Freshman Jaimee Kennett made Pine Plains’ only goal at the end of the first half, bringing the score to 2 -1.
“It was a huge goal for us and gave us momentum going into the second half, but we just couldn’t connect any more shots,” said coach Kelly Hicks.
The final score of the game was 4-1, with Coleman coming out ahead.

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The Amenia Warriors

The Amenia Warriors travel team finished their first season with an 8 to 7 win over the Carmel Diamondbacks. The Warriors team includes players from Amenia and Millerton 15 years of age or younger. They will be playing this fall as well, under the leadership of Coach DJ Reilly and Assistant Coach Mike Downey. Practice is held at Beekman Park in Amenia. Those interested in joining the team should call Christine Ford at 845-373-7130.
Warriors’ schedule
WEBUTUCK — Following is the Amenia Warriors schedule:

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Taking it to the net

The Webutuck girls volleyball team played against Pine Plains in a home game on Thursday, Sept. 8. Normally, five games are played to determine the winner of the match, but since Pine Plains won the first three games, the remaining two games weren’t played. Marina Ballantine hit the ball so her teammates, Maria Farias and Rachel Flynn could send it over the net.

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Girls soccer team kicks off winning season

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Warriors girls varsity soccer team played their first game of the season on their home field against Poughkeepsie on Friday, Sept. 9.
Webutuck won 6-0.
“We’re starting out on a good note,” said coach Mark Moren.
The first half of the game was scoreless.
“We had a lot of good chances to score, but we just didn’t put it in the net,” said Moren.
The first goal of the game came in the first minute of the second half, scored by Brianna Bailey. Bailey scored a second goal later in the game.

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Hunter pace season begins Sept. 11

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Hunter paces are part competitive sport and part glorified trail ride. Inspired by fox hunting, hunter paces are an opportunity for horse and rider to gallop (trotting and cantering are OK, too) across the countryside, covering many miles and obstacles.
As a competition, there is an established optimum time and riders go off in teams of two, three or four.

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Millbrook’s fall teams hit the fields

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Millbrook — Though school doesn’t start until next week, Millbrook Central School District’s student athletes turned out for tryouts beginning Monday, Aug. 22.
The football team will play the first game of the season Friday, Sept. 2, while other teams will start competing once classes begin.
Brian Devincenzi, director of athletics, said participation is high.

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Successful fundraiser in memory of local athlete

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PINE PLAINS — More than 90 participants took part in the second annual Erin Shanley Memorial 5k Run on Saturday, Aug. 20, at the Pine Plains Lions Pavilion.
Erin Shanley was a 16-year-old, four-sport athlete with great grades at Stissing Mountain High School when she was tragically killed in a car accident in January 2004.
The walkers and runners (and four-legged companions) chose between a 1-mile and a 5-kilometer (3.11-mile) route along Stissing Lake.

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Taking it to the hoop in Millbrook

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