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SALISBURY — Edgar Giffenig barely has time to sit down for a bit of lunch, he’s that busy giving tennis lessons at the Norfolk Country Club and dealing with pulling together his second book about the sport.

But he did find a half hour to chat recently in the dining room of the club before he walked back down a hill to the tennis courts for a lesson.

Giffenig’s life has been entwined in tennis since his days as a top-rated junior player in his native Mexico. He went on to play for The University of Texas (Austin), where he completed an undergraduate degree...

Lakeville Journal Sports

Steamrollers roll over Eaglebrook, 22-0

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NORTH CANAAN — The Steamrollers football team crushed Eaglebrook School from Deerfield, Mass., 22-0, in a home game under the lights on Friday, Oct. 28.
The game was well-attended, with about a hundred people in the stands at the private Salisbury School, which offered the team use of its field for the game.
The team’s next home game is this Friday, Nov. 4, and it will be played at The Hotchkiss School beginning at 6:30 p.m. The visiting team will be from Rumsey Hall.

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Mountaineer Week in Review

FALLS VILLAGE — The Mountaineers suffered some tough losses during the past week. The JV co-op football team (MCW United) traveled to Vinal Tech in Middletown on Monday, Oct 17. Quarterback Troy Brazee and running backs Max Dodge and Frandy Rodriquez (from Oliver Wolcott Technical School) showed some great running in the 26-0 loss.

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The future of local football

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Chariots of Fido: Dogs run too at Little Guild 5k benefit Oct. 15

CORNWALL — Sneakers and snouts were waiting just behind the starting line on Pine Street. 

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Mountaineer Week in Review

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School boys and girls soccer teams brought home four wins on Tuesday, Oct. 11. 
Varsity players Lucas Calhoun (2), Johan Diaz  (2), Dante Maddock (1) and Sebastian Munoz  (1) contributed to the 5-2 victory against The Gilbert School. 
JV players Marcus Winburn (1), Eli Johnson (1), Jack McAuliffe (2) and Luke Mollica (1) contributed to the 5-0 win versus Gilbert. 

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Victory

Amanda Jacquier ankled the soccer ball for the Housatonic Valley Regional High School girls varsity soccer team at home on Thursday, Oct. 13. Housy  beat rival Lewis Mills, 3-2. It was head coach Tess Segalla’s 50th win with HVRHS. For more sports results, turn to Page A11.

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Chilly weather just made them run faster

LAKEVILLE — It was a brisk 50-degree morning on Sunday, Oct. 9. The grounds and air at The Hotchkiss School were saturated from the rain that had fallen the previous night and continued in the morning as a drizzle.
Normally, such conditions would discourage the idea of running for more than 3 miles. For the more than 150 people who participated in this year’s Bearcat 5K race, however, the weather was a minor irritant.

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For x-country runners, it’s all about team effort

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic boys cross-country team lost to Wamogo on Oct. 3, bringing their record to 0-8, but for them, races are not just about winning. 
Team captain Hunter Riley said that he is “happy as long as everyone achieves their personal best and is happy with what they do.” 

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At Morgan meeting, old friends & old cars

ANCRAM, N.Y. — Linda Eckler of Ancram and daughter Katie paused at the Saturday, Oct. 1, Autumn 2016 MOG (Morgan Owners Gathering) at the Hyde Hall National Historic Landmark on Otsego Lake, near Cooperstown, N.Y.  
The Eckler family owns Morgan Motors of New England, based in Ancram, which serves the Northeast Chapter (New England, New York and New Jersey) of the Morgan Sports Car Club.  

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Mountaineer Week in Review

FALLS VILLAGE — Junior varsity boys soccer at Housatonic Valley Regional High School won two out of their three games this week. On Tuesday, Oct. 4, the team won 4-1 against Wamogo with goals by Jack McAuliffe, Luke Mollica (two) and Caleb Thompson. 
The team lost 3-1 to Shepaug in a rescheduled game. Luke Mollica had the lone goal and Goalie Jacob Sheltra had three saves. The team ended the week with a 2-0 victory against Terryville on Friday, Oct. 7.

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