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In a state semifinal game between Pine Plains and Warsaw, Lady Bombers freshman Emily Lindquist stretched for the ball at first base. For full story and another photo, see Lady Bombers advance to state semifinals, lose to Warsaw.

 

Millerton News Sports

Pitchers shine as Millerton takes on Region One

MILLERTON — If, to a true baseball fan, a well pitched game is what a fine meal is to a gourmet, then the fans at the contest between Millerton and Region One at Sharon, Conn., on Thursday, July 26, were served up a tasty treat indeed. Millerton lost 6-3, but the three pitchers involved performed so well that fans on both sides went away highly satisfied.

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Tied game has fans on edge of seats

MILLERTON — On a sultry summer evening, host Millerton and visiting Dover played to a 9-9 tie at Eddie Collins field on July 16. The action was every bit as hot as the weather.
The first part of the game belonged to Dover. With Millerton’s Zack Klinger on the mound, Dover scored one run in the first, four in the second and two in the third. Taking the mound in the fifth, Cole Cookingham came on for Millerton and limited the out-of-town team to only one run per inning.

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Fitch’s Corner celebrates 25 years Year of Trials

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MILLBROOK — Hot on Saturday, a little breezy and overcast on Sunday, Fitch’s Corner celebrated their 25th Anniversary on Saturday and Sunday, July21 and 22.
The events included Dressage, Cross-Country and Stadium Jumping. There was also a Saturday Nite Social from 6 to 9 p.m. and a Spectator’s Lunch on Sunday.

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Cyclists take to the Rail Trail

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MILLERTON— Once again, the Harlem Valley Rail Ride has brought together cyclists from across the state to experience the region’s beauty on Sunday, July 22.
Organized at Eddie Collins Field, cyclists could pitch a tent on Friday, July 20 until Monday, July 23. 
There was a free bonus warm-up ride with a choice of a 12-mile route up the Harlem Valley Rail Trail or a 25- to 35-mile route.

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Golfing for a good cause

MILLBROOK — The 12th Annual Grace Church Golf and Dinner Benefit brought 60 golfers together on Monday, July 9. More than 105 enjoyed dinner and an awards ceremony in the evening, completing the day. 

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Millerton triumphs over Pine Plains on the ball field

MILLERTON— The Pine Plains baseball team fell 5-14 to Millerton at Eddie Collins Field on Thursday, July 12, in a Colonial League tilt.
Cameron Farnham, sporting number 99, a designation all Yankee fans will recognize, pitched a complete game. Being new to the position, at least for this year, he had a bit of trouble finding the plate in the first inning, but then settled down to dominate the rest of the way. 

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It’s all horses and hooves at Mashomack polo fields

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PINE PLAINS — The Savannah and Bandoleros/WildHorses polo teams couldn’t have asked for a better morning for a little friendly competition at the Mashomack Polo Club fields on Saturday, July 7.  
Starting at 10 a.m., the teams had flawless weather for their morning competition at Field #4. Competing on the Savannah polo team were Julian Steinberg, Julio Ezcurra, Juan Olivera and Nick Bienstock while Luis Galvan, Rich Terbursch, Juanse Olivera and Victoria Gray competed on the Bandoleros/WildHorses team.

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Amenia Lions Club Fishing Derby reels in the fun

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AMENIA — The Amenia Lions Club invited fisherman of all ages to cast their lures at the Ralph Vinchiarello Pond at its annual fishing derby on Saturday, July 14.
For more than 20 years, the Amenia Lions Club has organized a fishing derby for the local community. On top of giving children a chance for fishing and fun, local businesses also get involved, including Freshtown of Amenia and Renny’s Store & Deli in Dover.

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Amenia plays Tri-Town at home

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AMENIA— The Amenia Macony baseball team put forth its best effort in its first home game of the season, on Wednesday, June 20.
Led by Coach Chris Milano and Assistant Coach Steve Reed, this year’s Amenia Macony baseball team includes 14 players ages 16 to 20 from the towns of Amenia, Dover, Pine Plains and Millerton.
The game was held at Beekman Park against Tri-Town. Both teams were dressed in red baseball uniforms, though Amenia Macony players were distinguished by the white “A” on their shirts. 

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Eighth annual Stissing Sprint Triathlon on track for summer fun

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PINE PLAINS — Under cloudless skies, Pine Plains was invited to come out and cheer local and visiting athletes competing in this year’s Stissing Sprint Triathlon on Saturday, June 30.
This year’s triathlon welcomed a great number of participating athletes from throughout the Northeast.
“We’re thrilled: we had 150 athletes registered,” said Tonia Wilson, who helped organize the Stissing Sprint Triathlon with her husband, Mark.

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