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Open skate

arvolynh@millertonnews.com

Sevilla, 9, Melanie and Martin, 8, of Kent, Conn., all enjoy the open skate which has been open to the community since January every Sunday. The last open skate for the season was Feb. 20.

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Bombers MHAL roundup

kaylas@millertonnews.com

PINE PLAINS — The Stissing Mountain High School varsity boys basketball team recently won the Mid-Hudson Athletic League (MHAL) semifinals game against Millbrook on Wednesday, Feb. 15.
The Bombers triumphed with a final score of 61-41, sending them to the MHAL championship where they would face off against Marlboro.
During the game, Pine Plains senior Rob Lamont scored his 1,000th point for the Bombers.
The boys went on to face Marlboro High School for the MHAL Championship on Friday, Feb 17.

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Leslie Robertson to play soccer for Pace

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WEBUTUCK — Senior Leslie Robertson signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Pace University this coming fall semester at a ceremony held at Webutuck High School on Wednesday, Feb 15.
The girl’s varsity soccer team, along with coach Mark Moren and Athletic Director Jon Zenz, attended the ceremony.
“A lot of these girls have been together since modified. This is a really proud moment for our team, for Leslie and for the school,” Moren said.
Leslie, a goalie, has been one of the captains for the last two years. Moren said he will be sad to see her leave the team.

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Maplebrook rundown

AMENIA — Maplebrook School hosted its annual basketball tournament on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3 and 4.
In the first game, Deveroux-Glenholme beat the CAPS team 64 to 40 to reach the finals.
In the second game, Oakwood Friends beat the Maplebrook squad 44 to 28 to advance to the finals, which were played on Saturday.
In the consolation game, Maplebrook beat the CAPS team 45 to 30, and in the finals Deveroux-Glenholme beat Oakwood Friends 45 to 36 to win the tournament.
Submitted by Bill Hale, athletic director of Maplebrook School.

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Everybody wins at Coaches vs. Cancer Classic

karenb@lakevillejournal.com

PINE PLAINS — Though the Stissing Mountain High School boys varsity basketball team got its first taste of defeat against Red Hook during the Northern Dutchess Coaches vs. Cancer Classic on Feb. 11, the fact that the charity event brought so many participants together for a worthy cause made everyone out to be a winner.
The tournament did keep score, however, and the Pine Plains Bombers lost 62-41.
“They jumped us in the first quarter and we really just couldn’t come back from that,” Bombers Coach Brendan LoBrutto said.

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Millbrook celebrates Senior Night

kaylas@millertonnews.com

The Millbrook Lady Blazers varsity basketball team celebrated Senior Night to honor their senior players before their game against the Webutuck Warriors on Friday, Feb.10. From left, players Bryce McKenna, number 5, Savannah Rose, number 11, Anna Meyer, number 20, Amanda Stewart, number 2, and Antonia Haunsik, number 3, shared the spotlight with their families after receiving flowers. By the end of the game the Blazers were victorious; Millbrook defeated Webutuck 48-8.

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Salisbury was jumping on busy Jumpfest weekend

SALISBURY — The Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA) held its 86th annual ski jump competition (Feb. 11) and the U.S. Eastern Ski Jumping Championships (Feb. 12) at Satre Hill in Salisbury.
The Jumpfest weekend also included newer sources of winter fun, including target jumping under the lights on Friday night, Feb.10, as well as a chili cook-off and human dog sled race. The annual Snow Ball was held Saturday evening. The ice carving competition was held on the lawn in front of the Scoville Library this year, on Saturday.

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Kildonan 23rd Annual Classic Basketball Tournament

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AMENIA – Kildonan School held its 23rd Annual Classic Basketball Tournament Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3 and 4, with six teams vying for the championship title.
The school hosted the games in its athletic center, which opened in 2008. In previous years the tournament had been held at neighboring North East (Webutuck) Central School District’s facilities.
At the tournament, the Kildonan School hosted Great Barrington Waldorf High School, Hudson Valley Rocks, The Woodhall School, Eagle Hill Pioneers and the Oakwood Friends.

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What a howl! Human dog sled racing will return Feb. 10

cynthiah@lakevillejournal.com

SALISBURY — The human dog sled race, a centerpiece of the Winter Carnival held over the weekend, was such a success that the Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA) plans to host another race during Jumpfest weekend, Feb. 10 to 12.
The race will be held Friday, Feb. 10, following that evening’s target jumping under the lights. Register by emailing Ken Barker at kennethsbarker@gmail.com.
Teams that signed up by Feb. 9 will not have to pay the $10-per-person general admission fee for that night’s Jumpfest events at Satre Hill. They will only have to pay their $10 per-team entry fee.

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Sports Schedules

Millbrook
Friday, Feb. 10, at 4:15 p.m., Boys Basketball, Junior Varsity, Millbrook at Webutuck.
Friday, Feb. 10, at 5 p.m., Girls Basketball, Junior Varsity, Webutuck at Millbrook.
Friday, Feb. 10, at 5:45 p.m., Boys Basketball, Varsity, Millbrook at Webutuck.
Friday, Feb. 10, at 6:30 p.m., Girls Basketball, Varsity, Webutuck at Millbrook.
Saturday, Feb. 11, at noon, Girls Basketball, Varsity, Millbrook at Rhinebeck, Bard College.

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