Horace Greeley

This Place in History: Horace Greeley

“We’re going to be talking about Horace Greeley,” Vermont Historical Society executive director Steve Perkins said. “And I think many people have probably heard the name Horace Greeley. He’s one of the most historically important journalists — I think, in the history of this country — and he had his roots right here in Poultney, Vermont. We’re going to go talk to Ann Duncan, who’s a member of the Horace Greeley Foundation, to tell us more about his life and times.”
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Boys Varsity Baseball Triples Horace Greeley in Win

Rye Boys Varsity Baseball tripled Horace Greeley Tuesday, winning the away game 9-3. “Tyler Winderman pitched 6⅓ innings and allowed two runs on nine hits while striking out four,” said Rye Boys Varsity Baseball Coach Michael Bruno. “Derek Woods went 2 for 3 with a double and three RBI and Jack Margiloff had a pair of RBI for Rye.”
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Girls Varsity Lacrosse Netted by Horace Greeley

Rye Girls Varsity Lacrosse was netted by Horace Greeley on Wednesday, falling 8-13 at home. “Taylor Bainbridge kept their offensive catalyst scoreless,” said Rye Girls Varsity Lacrosse Coach Michelle Mason. “Paige Vanneck was absolutely fearless throughout the field.”. Ellie Hedges, Maren Wydra, and Mackenzie Chimento had two goals...

Track and field: Horace Greeley and Ursuline win first ever Section 1 class titles

NEW YORK — There were personal bests. Too many to easily count. And there were expected finishes, as well as upsets. But, once every point was counted, what stood out from Wednesday night's Section 1 Class A indoor track and field championships at The Armory was who stood atop the podium for the class team championships. That was Horace Greeley and Ursuline.

Boys Varsity Hockey Send Horace Greeley Back Up 684

Rye Boys Varsity Hockey sent Horace Greeley back up I-684 Wednesday night after topping the opponent at home 3-2. “Anabelle played huge for us in net, making some highlight reel saves and stopping a breakaway in the 3rd period to preserve a one goal lead and seal the win,” said Rye Boys Varsity Hockey Coach Peter Thomas.

Horace Greeley Quakers Defeat Irvington for Fifth Consecutive Win

On a night when Horace Greeley High School paid tribute to the 50th anniversary of its 1971 football team that had gone unbeaten two years running and amassed a 20-game winning streak, the current crop of Quaker players continued to make a little bit of history themselves. Quarterback Ryan Wohl...

Girls Varsity Swimming Drained by Horace Greeley

Rye Girls Varsity Swimming was drained by Horace Greeley on Wednesday afternoon, losing the away meet 66-109. “Freshman Sophia Lord placed 2nd in the 200 Free,” said Rye Girls Varsity Swimming Coach Kelly Johanson. “Our 400 free relay placed 1st- Lord, Goldberg, Lien, Lombardo.”. Junior Zoe Lien placed 3rd in...

Horace Greeley Stays Unbeaten in Win Over Goshen Gladiators

Horace Greeley football fans haven’t had much to cheer about in recent years, but on Friday night they packed the home bleachers under the lights and refused to let a pesky light rain dampen their enthusiasm. That’s because the Quakers, new members of the Independent League, are suddenly playing winning...

Varsity Boys Soccer Snake Eyes Horace Greeley

Rye Varsity Boys Soccer snake eyed Horace Greeley Friday in a 1-1 tie at home. The team’s season shifts to 2-1-1. “Ian Koford headed home a Jack Childs corner kick in the 10th minute to put Rye ahead 1-0,” said Rye Varsity Boys Soccer Jared Small. “Greeley tied the game 15 minutes later and the game eventually wound up 1-1 in overtime.”

Boy Varsity Tennis Loved by Horace Greeley

Rye Boy Varsity Tennis was loved by Horace Greeley on Friday – but not in a good way – falling at the home match 7-0. “This non league match was tough but the young Rye team played good games and competed well,” said Rye Boy Varsity Tennis Coach Sue Dickson. “They are learning how to raise their games to compete with the best.”