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MILLERTON — The roads in Dutchess and Columbia counties in New York state will be filled with athletes in colorful riding uniforms,spinning their wheels on July 30 as the annual Harlem Valley Rail Ride bicycle event rolls out of Millerton.

At least 1,200 riders are expected to take part in rides of varying length, according to Bob Bagomolny, race director and co-owner (with Beth Katz) of BB Cycling Events. 

He and Katz have “tinkered” with the routes to include a newly paved section of the trail. They also added another 100-mile route as an...

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Tyler Lydon heads to the NBA

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ELIZAVILLE — The Pine Plains community — especially the hamlet of Elizaville — was jubilant last Friday, June 23, following the previous night’s announcement that Stissing Mountain High School basketball alumnus Tyler Lydon was drafted by the NBA. Lydon, who was a first-round pick, will play with the Denver Nuggets. 

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Webutuck varsity athletes honored at Spring Sports Awards ceremony

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WEBUTUCK — Webutuck High School (WHS) varsity athletes reflected on their accomplishments as they bid farewell to their classmates and coaches at the Spring Sports Awards ceremony on Tuesday, June 13.
The athletes and their families celebrated with a barbecue dinner. With the sun high in the sky and smoke coming off the grill, students stacked their plates high with burgers, hot dogs, mac and cheese and salad. Once settled, the ceremony commenced with opening remarks by Athletic Director Rosanne Persico.
Persico thanked the students for their hard work.

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Tournament honors John Lamb

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AMENIA— In spite of the cloudy skies overhead, the determined spirit of the five Little League baseball teams remained intact as they competed in the recent double elimination tournament on Saturday, June 17, at Beekman Park.

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Two recent wins for Amenia Monarchs

AMENIA — The bats for the Amenia Monarchs have heated up. The team improved its record to 5-3 with recent lopsided victories over the Torrington Rebels and Valley Thunder.

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Amenia Monarchs Schedules

Thursday, June 8, at 7 p.m., Brass City at Amenia, Doc Bartlett Field.
Saturday, June 10, at 1 p.m., Amenia at East Mountain,  Crosby High School.
Tuesday, June 13, at 7 p.m., Amenia at Torrington, Fuessenich Park.
Saturday, June 17, at 1 p.m., Amenia at Valley Thunder,  Tyrell Middle School.
Thursday, June 22, at 7 p.m., Bristol at Amenia, Doc Bartlett Field.
Sunday, June 25, at 10 a.m., Amenia at Litchfield, Community Field.
Sunday, June 25, at 1 p.m., Tri-State Old Timers Game, Litchfield Community Field.

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Webutuck plays hard at Sr. Field Day

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WEBUTUCK— With graduation day just around the corner, the seniors of Webutuck High School (WHS) enjoyed a final day of fun at the district’s first Senior Field Day, on Wednesday, June 7.
Organized by Senior Advisors Mari-Ann Hoke and Susan Pomeisl, the day was the first of its kind at WHS, though there have been annual Field Day events for the district’s other schools.

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Edmundson siblings compete at states

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WEBUTUCK — Late into the morning of Thursday, June 8, student athletes Angus and Taylor Edmundson of Webutuck High School (WHS) were recognized for qualifying in the New York State track and field tournament.

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Stissing Mountain athletes make their mark, despite losses

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PINE PLAINS — There’s no denying it — Stissing Mountain High School has had a talented bunch of student athletes pass through its hallways this year.
Softball
After an incredibly successful season — with a winning record of 18-5 — the girls varsity softball team fell in the state championship finals against Bishop Kearney, 4-3, on Saturday, June 10. 

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Amenia Monarchs win one, lose one, at home and away

AMENIA — The old saying, “baseball is a game of inches,” rang true last Thursday night, June 8, at Doc Bartlett Field as the Amenia Monarchs, despite out hitting their opponent, were defeated by Blasius Chevrolet, 4-2.

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Galloping excitement at Polo Challenge

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PINE PLAINS — A weekend of festivities at the Mashomack Polo Club culminated last Sunday afternoon, June 9, with the celebration of the 20th annual Mashomack International Polo Challenge and Luncheon.
Mashomack Polo Club hosted six teams that represented Brazil, France, Great Britain, Ecuador, Croatia and Mexico. Prior to the final match on Sunday afternoon, games were hosted on the polo fields on Friday, June 9, and Saturday, June 10.

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