New York High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Ulster County Today - November 28
Don't miss the high school basketball games happening in Ulster County, New York today. Details on how to watch all of the action can be located below. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or alma mater and tune in!. Ulster County,...
Perrego “Gobbles” Up $5,000 Top Prize At Accord
ACCORD, NY – Anthony Perrego used the pole starting position to his advantage on Saturday night in the annual $5,000 to win “Gobbler” event at the Accord Speedway as he was able to secure the lead and victory in the 50 lap feature event. Andy Bachetti finished...
Section V boasts two top 20 finishers: See how Rochester-area runners did at the Nike race
Banking on his love for running hard uphill and down, Churchville-Chili senior Ryan Giglia Jr. tackled the monster incline that is the first half of the Bowdoin Park cross country course in Dutchess County Saturday and smiled at the top. He was hardly breathing hard. ...
Women's Basketball Claims First Home Victory of the Season vs. #RV New Paltz
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — After defeating New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) rival Montclair State University on the road Tuesday night, Nov. 21, the New Jersey City University women's basketball team picked up its first home win of the season against the #RV SUNY New Paltz Hawks on Saturday, Nov. 25. NJCU trailed early on, but picked up the energy on both sides of the ball and won its second straight, winning 75-71. New Paltz (3-1) dominated the boards in the first quarter, grabbing 14 rebounds, seven of which came on the offensive end. The Hawks also held Jersey City (2-1) to just 2-of-15 shooting and took a 16-8 lead. The NJCU offense exploded in the second, with freshman guard Na'tori Postell (Passaic, N.J., Passaic Arts & Science Charter) converting a fast-break layup after stealing the ball from the Hawks. Two offensive possessions later, Postell hit a three-pointer off a pass from senior point guard Damaris Rodriguez (Secaucus, N.J., Secaucus), cutting the New Paltz lead to five. NJCU forced nine turnovers in the quarter and, with 1:39 to go, junior guard Alaisha Mumford (Jersey City, N.J., Lincoln) picked up one of her four steals and got the ball to Postell who gave Jersey City its first lead of the game with a jumper in the paint. At the half, NJCU led 30-28.
Hawks Suffer First Loss of Season to Bard College
NEW PALTZ — The State University of New York at New Paltz closed out the Hudson Valley Tournament Saturday in its home opener against Bard College and suffered its first loss of the season after falling, 66-64. The game came down to the wire, as the Hawks (3-1 overall) were in front for the majority of the second half after taking the lead midway through the first half. The Raptors (2-1) trailed for the entirety of the opening 19 minutes of the second period until a 3-pointer by Sean Wilcox tied the score at 64 and off a miss next time down the floor by SUNY New Paltz, they re-took the lead on a layup with less than a minute left.
Horseheads’ Bonnell commits to SUNY New Paltz
HORSEHEADS, N.Y. (WETM) – One of the area’s top basketball standouts has committed to the next level. Horseheads point guard Sophia Bonnell made her college plans official by committing to SUNY New Paltz. The senior made an official post on Twitter describing the emotion of her decision. Bonnell scored 14.5 points per game to go […]
Rhinebeck High School’s Soccer Tradition: JV Players Elevate to Varsity Postseason
Rhinebeck High School’s soccer legacy continues as Junior Varsity players earn the chance to shine on the Varsity stage during the postseason. Coach Wiesenthal, the Varsity team’s coach, outlined the in-depth selection process for this impressive opportunity. “At the end of each soccer season, we look to bring...
Vassar Brewers Fall to the MSMC Blue Knights
NEW PALTZ – The Vassar College Men’s Basketball returned to action for day two of the Hudson Valley Classic as the Brewers fell 82-70 to Mount Saint Mary on the campus of SUNY New Paltz on Saturday afternoon. First year Avery Lee notched a team-high 15 points as Vassar falls to 2-3 on the season and the Knights improve to 1-3 overall.
Cross country: Two Section V runners finish in top 20 at New York Federation Championships
A pair of matching top 20 finishes by two of the Rochester area's best high school cross country runners led the way at Saturday's state federation championships in Dutchess County. Penn Yan senior James "J.D." Tette, Section V's Class C state champion, and Rush-Henrietta junior Haylie Smith, were each 18th...
Holiday Running with Steve Schallenkamp!
This week my guest is the Daily Freeman's Running Columnist Steve Schallenkamp. Join us as Steve reviews the very successful High School Cross Country Teams at the Mount Academy and Pine Plains High School. We also review the upcoming popular Thanksgiving Turkey Trot races and the Reindeer Rambles this upcoming Holiday season. For Marathon Race training Steve will talk about the Tempo run and review, Pace, Duration, Aerobic, Speed Endurance, Mental Toughness and Workout Structure. Running and staying in shape during the winter months on Sporttalk!
Pine Plains Cross-Country Squad Wins State Title!
On Nov. 11, the Stissing Mountain High School boys’ varsity cross-country team won the New York State Public High School Athletic Association cross-country championship for schools of comparable size. The Pine Plains team placed three runners in the top 20 in a five-kilometer (3.1 mile) race packed with 115 contestants.
Minor league hockey skates into Poughkeepsie
POUGHKEEPSIE – Dutchess County native Pat Manning, a former county legislator and state assemblyman, has announced the birth of the Hudson Valley Vipers minor league hockey team that will be making Poughkeepsie their home. As a county lawmaker, Manning was instrumental in attracting the Hudson Valley Renegades to Dutchess County 30 years ago.
Thoroughbreds finish atop both ends of double dual against New Paltz and Bard
NEW PALTZ, N.Y. – The Skidmore College swimming & diving teams both had double victories on Saturday on the road against New Paltz and Bard. The women earned 147-58 and 177-25 wins. The men grabbed wins of 109-96 and 166-10. Ryan Delfico for the men and Kelly Hsu and Faye Mooney for the women led the way for Skidmore with three wins each.
SUNY New Paltz Student Athletes Achieve 4.0 GPA: Balancing High-Level Academics and Athletics
Balancing academics and athletics is a challenge for student athletes due to the time and energy both require. Recently, 18 student athletes from SUNY New Paltz who achieved a 4.0 GPA in Spring 2021 were acknowledged. Among them were Hannah Ackerman, a fourth-year psychology student and field hockey player, and Michael Boccarossa, a graduate student studying elementary education and a baseball player. Both students stressed the value of routines, schedules, and good work habits.
AWC Hawks Basketball Teams Set Sights on SUNYAC Championship Title
The winter season marks the return of men’s and women’s basketball at the AWC. Both teams are targeting the SUNYAC championship title this season, after last year's performance. The men’s team ended with an overall record of 13-14 and a conference play record of 10-8, earning the fifth seed in the SUNYAC tournament. They lost in the semifinals to Oswego, the champions. The women’s team had a 24-5 overall record and an 18-0 conference play record. They won against Geneseo in the SUNYAC semifinals, but fell to the Cortland Red Dragons in the final.
Cross country: Pine Plains wins boys Class D state championship as second-year program
There was great joy, of course, the group experiencing an immense level of satisfaction in achieving a significant goal. They even cheered when Pine Plains was announced the victor as a bit of that excitement bubbled over. But there wasn't a demonstrative celebration from the boys. Even in that moment,...
Highland Girls’ Hoops Gaining Ground on the Pack
The Highland Huskies have high hopes for a new girls’ basketball season, having won double-digit games in all but two seasons since 2007. And, with some new faces leading the way, head coach Jody Fink believes he has a team that can improve on last year’s 8-8 record in conference play and an overall mark of 10-13.
Bard Opens its Season With Bryn Mawr Win
ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON — First-year Lexi Miller scored a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Bard College women’s basketball team to a season-opening win against Bryn Mawr, 60-54 at Stevenson Athletic Center. Bard (1-0) scored at least 14 points in each quarter, and took control during...
SUNY New Paltz Defeats Union Garnet in Home Opener
NEW PALTZ – In their home opener and first game of the season, the State University of New York at New Paltz defeated the Union Garnet Chargers in a runaway fashion, 82-61 Saturday. The Hawks took control of the game from tip-off, opening with a 12-0 lead for the...