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PINE PLAINS — Always ready to rise to the challenge on the field, players on the Pine Plains varsity boys soccer team exerted themselves as they sought victory against Ellenville in their final game of the season on Monday, Oct. 21.

The teams had excellent weather while on the fields behind Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School. Two small bunches of balloons were tied to the bleachers in recognition of three senior athletes: Anthony Shackelton, Fernando LaVariega and Adam Hess.

As the game got underway, the Bombers kept focus and stayed on track — their...

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Pine Plains boys soccer faces adversity in final game

kaitlinl@millertonnews.com

PINE PLAINS — Always ready to rise to the challenge on the field, players on the Pine Plains varsity boys soccer team exerted themselves as they sought victory against Ellenville in their final game of the season on Monday, Oct. 21.
The teams had excellent weather while on the fields behind Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School. Two small bunches of balloons were tied to the bleachers in recognition of three senior athletes: Anthony Shackelton, Fernando LaVariega and Adam Hess.

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Physical therapy, one way to heal naturally

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MILLBROOK — To some, physical therapy (PT) is the same as working out at the gym, but that misconception is far from true, as a trip to a physical therapy facility can attest. In the Millbrook area, one such facility is Millbrook Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy (MOST), which shared why it’s worth noting that October is Physical Therapy Month.

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Pumpkin Run also a swim

Well, the weather forecast said it was going to — and it sure did. Cold, pouring rain welcomed the participants in Kent’s 43rd Pumpkin Run, held on Sunday, Oct 27. 
Conditions were as bad as runners could remember. It really was one of those “What the heck am I doing here ?” kind of days. Three-hundred-sixty runners had pre-registered for the event, but there were many no-shows at the sign-in tent.  The total number of runners and walkers who finished the 5-mile race was 262.

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Sports Schedules

Millbrook
Friday, Nov. 1, at 4:15 p.m., Boys Soccer, Modified, Millbrook at Webutuck, League, Webutuck Elementary School.
Friday, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m., Football, Varsity, Millbrook at Playoffs.
Wednesday, Nov. 6, at Noon, Cross Country, Varsity, Millbrook at Section IX, Class D Boys, Bear Mountain.
Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 2 p.m., Cross Country, Varsity, Millbrook at Section IX, Class D Girls, Bear Mountain.
Pine Plains

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Build something good

I’m glad I’m not a kid these days; the pressure would just be too much for my skill set. I was watching my grandchildren playing with this incredibly complex Lego set the other day, one having directions that looked like it could have doubled as an entrance exam to MIT. It was too much for me. I just sat in the background, making sage and approving noises while trying to avoid any questions more complex than “Isn’t this cool, Grampa?”

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Dutchess Day School students tackle Adirondack canoeing challenges

MILLBROOK — In late September, the eighth-grade class at Dutchess Day School (DDS) experienced a three-day canoeing adventure in the Adirondacks, a chance to develop individual and group wilderness skills while celebrating their role as the “seniors” of the school and preparing for the challenges ahead in the coming year.

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Webutuck girls soccer loses 0-5 to Ellenville

WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck varsity girls soccer team was disappointed to add another loss to its season record following its game against Ellenville on Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Starting at 4:15 p.m., the game was held on the soccer field behind Webutuck High School. Playing as the keeper for Webutuck, Emily Thompson made 19 saves while Adriana Anderson made four saves as the keeper for Ellenville.
Scoring for Ellenville, Katherine Lopez made three goals while Julia Connor and Isabella Castro each scored one goal.

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Lady Bombers soccer honors seniors, loses home game to Rhinebeck

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PINE PLAINS — In spite of its fearless performance, the Pine Plains varsity girls soccer team lost 4-1 against Rhinebeck in a home game on Tuesday, Oct. 15.

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Celebrating autumn at the sixth annual Appalachian Trail Day

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PAWLING — The Harlem Valley Appalachian Trail Community (HVATC) drew a diverse crowd of local residents, avid trailblazers, regional organizations and AT supporters to celebrate fall along the trail at the sixth Appalachian Trail Day on Saturday, Oct. 19.

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Sports Schedules

Millbrook
Friday, Oct. 25, at 4:15 p.m., Volleyball, Modified, Millbrook at Rhinebeck, MHAL, Rhinebeck Middle School.
Friday, Oct. 25, at 4:15 p.m., Boys Soccer, Modified, Millbrook at Rhinebeck, League, Rhinebeck High School.
Saturday, Oct. 26, at 1 p.m., Football, Varsity, Millbrook  at TBA Playoffs.
Monday, Oct. 28, at 4:15 p.m., Volleyball, Modified, Millbrook at Pine Plains, MHAL, Stissing Mountain Middle School.

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