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Webutuck’s TroiHunter Cookingham to play college ball

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck High School (WHS) library was flooded with coaches, teachers, student athletes and family members as senior TroiHunter Cookingham signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Columbia Greene Community College, on Friday, March 15.

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Sam McKenna jumped into the arms of Erin Fox to celebrate Millbrook’s victory at the southern regional Class C finals, played in New Paltz last week. For full story and another photo, see Millbrook basketball: Defending state champs one step closer to second title.

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Yoga with horses at sanctuary

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DOVER PLAINS — As part of its commitment to improving the relationship between horses and people, Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue (LOHR) has developed a new program, Yoga with the Horses, to provide a place where people can clear their minds and learn how to stay present with the help of the sanctuary’s horses. Those enrolled in the class did their yoga in the main barn, while the horses remained in their stables. The sights and sounds of the animals, though, lent an atmosphere of calming relaxation.

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Tom Terrific, a master on the mound

I have just read that Tom Seaver, one of the greatest pitchers of all time, is retiring from public life due to dementia. This disease has taken from us a seemingly ever increasing number recently, and it is a disease that exacts a terrible toll on the patient, the family and all those who love and respect the sufferer.
Dementia is infamous for robbing the patient of memory and then finally of life. It attacks the mind, the citadel of who we are, and Tom Seaver was something special indeed.

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Webutuck winter sports awards

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WEBUTUCK — Students on Webutuck winter sports teams savored the spotlight as their performances and personal growth were recognized at this year’s Winter Sports Award Ceremony on Friday, March 8, at the Eugene Brooks Intermediate School gymnasium.
Following an introduction by Webutuck Athletic Director Kathleen Howard, the ceremony began with coaches sharing the season’s trials and triumphs. Each student athlete was presented with a certificate to commend their commitment to their sport.

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Millbrook basketball: Defending state champs one step closer to second title

NEW PALTZ — The Millbrook Blazers traveled to SUNY New Paltz for the southern regional Class C finals against the Pierson/Bridgehampton/Shelter Island schools. 
It took the three schools to build a Class C-size team from Suffolk County, Long Island, to compete against Millbrook, the defending state champions. 
Millbrook won 55-26, which means the team will once again advance to the final four this weekend in Troy.
— T.C. Morton

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Lady Bombers lose to Onteora, win against Tri-Valley

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PINE PLAINS — The Stissing Mountain High School varsity girls basketball team put up a fierce fight against Onteora High School on Thursday, Feb. 21.
The Lady Bombers faced off against the Onteora Eagles in a home game.
Stissing Mountain senior Haley Strang led the Lady Bombers with 13 points, freshman Lily Brenner scored 12 points and junior Emma Hall scored 11 points.
Competing for the Eagles, Juliette Patterson scored 18 points, followed by Ashley Hillard with 17 points and Lucciana Robertson with 13 points.

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Finally, spring baseball is in the air

I grew up playing baseball in Maine. Now, Maine summers are known for their gentle winds, moderate temperatures and cool nights. In other words, perfect baseball weather, as any number of tourists could tell you.

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Bombers track team breaks more school records at state qualifiers

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PINE PLAINS — The Stissing Mountain High School varsity indoor track team continued its streak of outstanding performances at the Section 9 Indoor Track State Qualifiers on Friday, Feb. 22.
Held at West Point Military Academy’s Gillis Fieldhouse, Pine Plains was one of 37 schools competing in this year’s state qualifiers.
With a time of 6.90 seconds, Stissing Mountain High School junior Kyle Stracher came in ninth place in the 55-meter dash, breaking his own school record for the third week in a row. 

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It’s time to play ball…

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MILLERTON — With spring just a few weeks away, the village of Millerton held sign-ups for the Millerton Youth Baseball League on Tuesday, Feb. 26, and Thursday, Feb. 28. Running from 5 to 7 p.m. on both days, players and their families stopped by the Northwest Lawn & Landscaping  office, located at 16 Century Blvd. in Millerton, to sign up for this year’s baseball programs. 

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