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Tour de Forest

More than 80 bikers from the Northwest Corner and from as far away as New Hampshire and Rhode Island joined Norfolk’s Annual Tour de Forest on Sunday, Oct. 9, tackling either a 12.6 mile route or “The Icebox Gravel” route (28.9 miles).


Ben Lowy, left, of the Kent School mixed it up with South Kent’s Gabriel Noering during South Kent’s 3-1 victory on Wednesday, Oct. 5. Photo by lans christensen

South Kent prevails 3-1 in crosstown showdown

KENT — Cold and cloudy but (thankfully) dry conditions ruled the match between Kent School and the visiting South Kent School.  Wednesday, Oct. 5. South Kent won, 3-1.

South Kent’s Xahvi DeRosa scored in the early minutes, and again late in the game. A third South Kent goal was made on a penalty kick  by Enoch Joseph.


A fat, healthy and wild rainbow trout came to the author’s (wet) hand on the Esopus Creek last week. New York state no longer stocks the Esopus, in order  to encourage the reproduction of wild rainbow trout. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Returning to angling form after long, hot and dry summer

BOICEVILLE, N.Y. — When we last checked in with Gary, he was getting used to his new life of austerity.

See, he’d made the mistake of going to the doctor for a once-over, and the medico brought in a couple of colleagues and gave Gary’s system the gang gong.


Anne MacNeil is in her ninth year as athletic director at Housatonic Valley Regional High School. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

MacNeil fosters sportsmanship, success at Housatonic

FALLS VILLAGE — There have been two things anyone can count on when attending a Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS) sporting event: the blue and gold uniforms representing the Mountaineers and Athletic Director Anne MacNeil sitting somewhere close by.


Photo courtesy of Berkshire School

Running it down

Berkshire School boys varsity soccer’s Phillip DeLima gets pressed by Hotchkiss defender Anish Reid on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at Berkshire. Berkshire prevailed 5-0.


The second heat of the Hudson Valley Rodeo’s competition was barrel racing. Female riders raced around three barrels in a clover formation as fast as they could. For another photo, see Ride ‘em, cowboy! Photo by Hunter O. Lyle

Hudson Valley Rodeo draws fan, riders and family from across the country

AMENIA — With the smell of barbecue rising through the air, people boasting belt buckles, boots and cowboy hats enjoyed music, food and the spectacle of the second annual Hudson Valley Rodeo on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Keane Farm in Amenia.

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