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Athletic achievements

On Thursday, June 6, the Millbrook Central School District Board of Education presented awards in several categories to graduating seniors. A total of 31 Senior Athletic Awards were distributed, including two senior athletes of the year. Above, from left, Millbrook High Principal Eric Seipp with Senior Athlete of the Year Sebastion Kopliak, and Athletic Director Al Hammell with Senior Athlete of the Year Samantha McKenna.

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Bombers spring track ends season with team dinner

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PINE PLAINS — Following a season on the track with several notable accomplishments, the Pine Plains varsity spring track team celebrated season’s end over dinner on Monday, June 17.
“It’s a nice way to wrap the season up and it’s a nice way to go through the highlights with kids,” said Pine Plains Coach Jeremy Weber.

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Webutuck varsity athletes honored at spring sports banquet

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Athletic Department paid tribute to student athletes on this year’s varsity spring sports teams at the annual varsity sports award ceremony on Wednesday, June 5.
The ceremony was held in the Eugene Brooks Intermediate School (EBIS) gymnasium, with more than 120 people in attendance. Each varsity spring coach gave a speech to recap the 2018-19 season and called each student athlete forward to receive a certificate for efforts and excellence.

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Stissing at the Final Four

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.
 

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Temper tantrums on the field

Recently the Yankee’s Brett Gardner took out his frustrations on his batting helmet, a blameworthy accessory indeed, and threw it against the dugout wall. The helmet, showing why it was untrustworthy, rebounded off the wall and hit Gardner smack in the face, causing the need of several stitches. Not the sort of behavior one often sees in a piece of safety equipment.
Nobody said a thing to Gardner, presumably having the desire to continue living, but I’m sure there was some laughter later, in that we have all seen this sort of thing before.

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Webutuck modified teams toast end of spring sports season

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WEBUTUCK — With a full season on the track and field behind them, the modified spring sports teams at Webutuck Central School District relished the end of the season with a brief celebration on Tuesday, June 11.
Once the final school bell rang, students assembled in the Webutuck High School cafeteria around 2:45 p.m. to celebrate their achievements over pizza.

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Lady Bombers advance to state semifinals, lose to Warsaw

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PINE PLAINS — For the third year in a row, the Pine Plains varsity softball team advanced to the New York State Softball Semifinals, on Saturday, June 15, only to end its season with a defeat by Warsaw High School.

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Field of dreams

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The end of a tremendous season Bombers varsity track loses state qualifiers

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PINE PLAINS — After an outstanding season on the track, the Pine Plains varsity spring track team completed its season competing in the annual Class D Section IX Division IV State Qualifiers meet on Thursday, May 30, through Friday, May 31.

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Follow the leader

Things coaches lie awake at night and fuss about include why their team is doing well or why it is achieving below expectation. If the team is going great guns, the coach will worry about what he needs to do to keep it going. If the season looks like it is going down the tubes, the coach will try to figure out how he can change things around.

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