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Stissing Sprint has second successful year

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PINE PLAINS — The second annual Stissing Sprint Triathlon was held Saturday, July 2.
More than 100 athletes ranging from age 16 to 69 competed in the three-part race. Participants came from as far away as Virginia and Washington, D.C., to participate.
Michael Sikorski of New York City won this year with a time of 1:21:5.59. He placed fifth last year.
Sikorski ran track and cross-country in high school and college, but switched to competing in triathlons after an injury. He trains for triathlons from spring to fall, but prefers playing ice hockey during the winter.

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Amenia Monarchs beat Watertown in shutout

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AMENIA — The Amenia Monarchs baseball team shutout the Watertown Blaze 4-0 at home Thursday, June 30.
The highlight of the game was a homerun hit deep into center field by Ken Shufelt.
Andrew Wolinski pitched the entire game, allowing just four hits and four walks. He struck out five batters.
The Monarchs are now 5-6.

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Mashomack polo match benefits local causes

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PINE PLAINS — The Mashomack Polo Club hosted its 14th annual International Polo Challenge on Saturday, June 25.
The event and one of the U.S. teams were sponsored by Town&Country magazine with three other teams sponsored by Moncler (U.S. team), Castello di Vicarello (Italian team) and Berluti (French team).
The proceeds from the event benefited three local causes: the Foundation for the Pine Plains Community Center and Library, the Pine Plains Fire Hose & Rescue Company and the Mashomack Barns Preservation.

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Special Olympics bike tour rolls through region

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HARLEM VALLEY — The 22nd annual bicycle ride to benefit the Special Olympics in the Hudson Valley rode through the area on its nearly 200-mile CycleAbility Challenge Bike Tour (formerly the Bresnan Bike Tour) during the weekend of June 18.
This year followed a new route dubbed both “picturesque and demanding” that went exclusively through the Hudson Valley, including through both Millerton and Amenia, on its way from Patterson to Kingston. Previous routes took the participants into Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont.

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Teeing off for Tommy

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WEBUTUCK — The fourth annual Memorial Golf Tournament in honor of Webutuck alum Thomas J. Berlinghoff will be held on Friday, July 29. The tournament is to raise money for a scholarship that is awarded to a Webutuck student in good academic standing who is interested in continuing their sports involvement in college.
Thomas J. Berlinghoff, who died suddenly of a brain aneurism at the age of 23, was an avid sportsman.
The four-man scramble golf tournament will be held at the James Baird State Park Golf Course in Pleasant Valley.

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Webutuck athletes honored with spring sports awards

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WEBUTUCK — Webutuck Junior/Senior High School held its spring sports awards barbecue dinner on Tuesday, June 7.
The ceremony honored students who were on the baseball, softball and track and field teams during the spring season.
Coaches handed out awards recognizing the students’ hard work and dedication, but kept the ceremony light with colorful stories about some of the practical jokes the players played on the coaches.

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New inductees to Tri-State League Hall of Fame

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AMENIA — During an afternoon of baseball on Sunday, June 5, eight men were inducted into the Tri-State Baseball League Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony was followed by a double-header.
The new Hall of Fame inductees were Glynn Baron, Don Maki, Mark Barry, Joe Carroll, Harry Janner, Doug Werner, Rich Scott and Bill Quartiero. Each received a plaque in honor of their contributions to the league.
The first game of the double header was played by the “Old Timers,” or ex-Tri-State Leaguers. All former league players were invited to join.

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Memorial weekend a hit at Lime Rock Park

LIME ROCK — Memorial Day weekend at Lime Rock Park revved up May 28 with the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge race, sped into May 29 with the Royals Garage Presents The Veterans Memorial Car Show and made a grand finish May 30 with the Rolex Sports Car Series and GT race.
The Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge race featured Mazda MX-5 Miatas, Mini Coopers, BMWs, Honda Civics, Kia Forte Coupes, MazdaSpeed 3s and VW GTIs.

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Kildonan School community hits the links in Millbrook

The Kildonan School recently held a golf tournament fundraiser at the Millbrook Golf and Tennis Club. Top photo, Brendan Costello (Kildonan alum), Karl Oppenheimer (Kildonan alum, Alumni Association president, director of residence life) and Stephen Forneris (Kildonan alum) posed for a shot before teeing off. Right photo, Kildonan faculty member Blake Wynot completed an impressive chip.

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Millbrook, Pine Plains, Webutuck High School Sports Schedules

Millbrook
Friday, May 27, at 4:15 p.m., Baseball, Modified, FDR, Hyde Park at Millbrook.
Friday, May 27, at 4:15 p.m., Softball, Modified, FDR, Hyde Park at Millbrook.
Friday, May 27, at 4:15 p.m., Spring Track, Modified, Millbrook at Webutuck.
Tuesday, May 31, at 4:15 p.m., Baseball, Modified, League, Millbrook at Spackenkill, Todd Middle School.
Tuesday, May 31, at 4:15 p.m., Softball, Modified, Millbrook at Spackenkill, Nassau Elementary School.

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