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Buddhi Tribe aligns with Women’s Support Services

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MILLERTON— Beyond her work in improving area residents’ health and sense of balance at her Millerton studio, Buddhi Tribe owner Kate Shanley has made it her mission to offer support to those who need it most. She hosted a fundraiser to benefit Women’s Support Services at the end of October, which she now says will hopefully become one of many.

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Second in the state: Millbrook girls volleyball: close, but not quite

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MILLBROOK — So close, and yet so far. This may have crossed the minds of the players, their families and friends as the Millbrook girls volleyball team lost the final game on Sunday, Nov. 18, in Glens Falls.  It lost to Portville after two days of the state tournament games, which ran Nov. 17 and 18. Many Blazer fans made the trek to watch, cheer and support the team.
Coach Shawn Stoliker was proud of what the team has accomplished this season, finishing second in the state.

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Lady Bombers: basketball Only varsity this year

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PINE PLAINS — As a result of low enrollment, the Pine Plains Central School District Board of Education announced at its meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 14, that the district won’t be hosting a girls junior varsity basketball team this year.
Superintendent of Schools Martin Handler explained that the decision not to have a girls junior varsity team was a matter of numbers. When it came time to register for basketball, only 14 students signed up, which was enough for one varsity team but not for a varsity and a junior varsity team.

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Sports Schedules

Millbrook
Thursday, Nov. 29, at 4:15 p.m., Basketball, Junior Varsity, FDR, Hyde Park at Millbrook, Scrimmage, Millbrook High School. 
Thursday, Nov. 29, at 4:45 p.m., Boys Basketball, Varsity, FDR, Hyde Park at Millbrook, Scrimmage, Millbrook High School.

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Millbrook Athlete Hall of Fame inducts three

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MILLBROOK — The Annual Millbrook High School Athlete Hall of Fame Induction ceremony took place on Friday, Nov. 16, and as always, it was well attended with about 170 guest coming together for cocktails, dinner and a lot of catching up to do.
Some of these people only meet once a year, at the Hall of Fame Induction. Some of them have moved and travel in just for this ceremony, and a chance to see old friends and team mates. The ambience at the Millbrook Golf and Tennis Club, with a roaring fire in the fireplace, seemed like a perfect place to do it.

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Casting about on a rainy day with a legendary Wulff

Since the endless rain has turned the fall 2018 fly-fishing season into a soggy mess, I thought the best way to wrap things up would be to go to the Phoenicia, N.Y., library to hear Joan Wulff speak.
Wulff, widow of the innovative angler Lee Wulff, is a legendary figure in the sport. Clocking in at about 5 feet flat, she can outcast most men. 
She set a distance record in 1951, casting a fly 161 feet. Most modern fly lines are 90 to 100 feet long, incidentally.

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Chad Malarchuk Scholarship Golf Tournament supports local students

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COPAKE — Richard Briggs and the Hillsdale Fire Company found a way to make use of the donations made in honor of Briggs’ late husband, Chad Malarchuk, by organizing the first annual Chad Malarchuk Scholarship Golf Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 15.
On top of operating Chad’s Hair Studio in Millerton, Malarchuk was well-known for being an active firefighter with the Hillsdale Fire Company, receiving his 15-year pin the year before his passing on Sunday, Jan. 28, at the age of 46.

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Sports Schedules

Pine Plains Saturday, Nov. 17, at 10 a.m., Girls Basketball, Junior Varsity, Coxsackie-Athens at Pine Plains, Scrimmage. Saturday, Nov. 17, at 10 a.m., Girls Basketball, Varsity, Coxsackie-Athens at Pine Plains, Scrimmage, Stissing Mountain High School. T

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Webutuck Warriors end soccer season with a loss

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WEBUTUCK — After advancing to the second half of the Section IX playoffs, the Webutuck varsity boys soccer team faced defeat as it competed against S.S. Seward Institute on Tuesday, Oct. 23.
The first round of Section IX playoffs was at a home game, on Friday, Oct. 19. Webutuck Coach Kevin Doyle said the team had a “rough and tumble game like we always play against Millbrook,” though he was proud of his players’ performance on the field. He said Webutuck stuck to the team’s game plan and triumphed in the end.

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Bombers football defeated in championship game

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PINE PLAINS— While they fought hard throughout the season this fall, the Stissing Mountain High School varsity football team ended its season with a loss in an eight-man championship game on Saturday, Nov. 3.
The Pine Plains Bombers competed against Tri–Valley at Dietz Stadium, in Kingston. 

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