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RCS girls reach quarterfinals but fall to Southern Cayuga

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by John Bernhardt
Until the closing seconds of the third period Friday, it looked like the Roxbury girls’ basketball team had a shot at extending their magical basketball campaign to reach the Section IV Class D semifinals. With 17 seconds remaining, the Rockets were giving Southern Cayuga all they could handle. The Chiefs, an Interscholastic Athletic Conference team, were clinging to a 33-32 lead as the game moved toward the final period.
TOUGH SPOT — Roxbury’s Stacey Sprague is surrounded by Edmeston defenders during last Tuesday’s sectional opener at RCS. The Rockets advanced with a 51-42 win, but had their season end on Friday when they fell to Southern Cayuga. — Photos by Dick SanfordTOUGH SPOT — Roxbury’s Stacey Sprague is surrounded by Edmeston defenders during last Tuesday’s sectional opener at RCS. The Rockets advanced with a 51-42 win, but had their season end on Friday when they fell to Southern Cayuga. — Photos by Dick Sanford

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MCS falls to defending champion Davenport in sectional opening round

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By John Bernhardt
In Davenport last Wednesday, the Margaretville Blue Devils boys’ basketball team drew a gritty seasoned opponent in the opening round of the Section IV, Class D Tournament. The Wildcats, defending Class D champions, 16-2, were the number five seed of a talent-packed tourney. In the end, Davenport’s resilience proved too much for the Blue Devils, a third period run lifting the Wildcats past Margaretville, 64-50, to advance to the quarterfinal round.

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Bowling Scores: March 4, 2015

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Margaretville Women’s — 3/4/15
Sam’s Cty. Store 48 24
Frank’s Septic 46 26
The Caboose 39 33
MTC Cable 35.5 36.5
JK Construc. 33 39
Flour Patch 32.5 39.5
Sluiter Agency 29 43
MJ Clockmakers 25 47

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Shephard Hills to host junior golf program

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Roxbury — Catskill Mountains Junior Golf is once again offering a junior golf program at two locations in 2015.
The Shephard Hills Golf Course in Roxbury and Ouleout Creek Golf Course in North Franklin are both offering junior golf clinic days, a championship day and a parent/junior tournament in July. The main program will be followed by a season-ending banquet and awards day at the Fortin Park in Oneonta.

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Delaware students honored as scholar athletes; coaches get the nod for Hall of Fame

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An awards ceremony held between the girls’ and boys’ Delaware League Championship games Friday night in the Clark Sports Center at SUNY Delhi honored student athletes and inducted seven coaches into the Delaware League Coaches Hall of Fame.

 Shannon Sprague of Roxbury, Kira Oliver of Gilboa-Conesville, Emily Whipple of Charlotte Valley, Leigha LaTourette of Downsville, Heather Murin of Hunter-Tannersville and (from left, bottom photo) Elia Tanzer of Margaretville, Kaitlyn Stinson of South Kortright, Kyle Faraci of Roxbury and Sean O’Connor of  South Kortright. — Photos by Dick SanfordSPECIAL HONORS — Delaware League students named 2014-15 Joseph P. Beck Scholar Athlete winners were honored at Friday’s league Crossover Championship played at Delhi Colege. Those honored included, from left, top photo: Shannon Sprague of Roxbury, Kira Oliver of Gilboa-Conesville, Emily Whipple of Charlotte Valley, Leigha LaTourette of Downsville, Heather Murin of Hunter-Tannersville and (from left, bottom photo) Elia Tanzer of Margaretville, Kaitlyn Stinson of South Kortright, Kyle Faraci of Roxbury and Sean O’Connor of South Kortright. — Photos by Dick Sanford

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South Kortright sweeps the Crossover Championships

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By John Bernhardt
From the opening seconds of the game Friday night, South Kortright’s Tori Rockefeller had her eye on the rim. And, when the SK guard launched the ball in the air, she rarely missed. Rockefeller scored 24 points to lead New York State’s top rank­ed Class D girls’ basketball team to a 50-14 Delaware League championship over Davenport.
BOUNCING BACK — Tori Rockefeller of South Kortright tries to penetrate towards the hoop against Charlotte Valley’s Emily Whipple. The SK club posted an easy 50-14 victory to claim the Delaware League Crossover Championship crown on Friday night. The Lady Rams enter sectional play this week with a 19-0 record. Rockefeller led her team with 24 points.— Photos by Dick SanfordBOUNCING BACK — Tori Rockefeller of South Kortright tries to penetrate towards the hoop against Charlotte Valley’s Emily Whipple. The SK club posted an easy 50-14 victory to claim the Delaware League Crossover Championship crown on Friday night. The Lady Rams enter sectional play this week with a 19-0 record. Rockefeller led her team with 24 points.— Photos by Dick Sanford

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Local skiiers headed to the state competition

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 Nick Vajtay, Rose Battista, Kyle Faraci, Ethan McDaniel, Claire McDaniel, Kendall Walcutt and Beau O’Donnell. — Photos by John McDanielSKIING TO THE STATES — Seven skiers from Roxbury Central School competed in Section IV Ski Meet on February 11 at Belleayre Mountain in Highmount. From left are: Nick Vajtay, Rose Battista, Kyle Faraci, Ethan McDaniel, Claire McDaniel, Kendall Walcutt and Beau O’Donnell. — Photos by John McDaniel

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Bowling Scores: Feb. 25, 2015

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Better Half Mixed League 2/22/15
Slicksters 55 41
Team 8 55 25
Team Attitude 54 42
Pin Heads 53 43
Poor Craig 51 45
JAB 49 47
Komeback Kids 40 56
Flexible Team 27 69

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MCS honors Hoop Team seniors

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LAST HURRAH — The senior members of the Margaretville boys’ basketball team were honored on Senior Night last Tuesday, prior to the team’s final regular season home game against Roxbury. From left are: Alex Serdiouk, Cooper Reither, Eric Mathiesen, Yair Sanchez, Matt VanValkenburg and Marvin Octavio Morales. — Photos by Dick Sanford

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Roxbury Senior Send-Off

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Ten Roxbury Central School seniors were honored at Senior Night last night for their hard work and contributions to the school. At left and far right are coaches Lisa Faraci and Tom Faraci. Receiving recognition were, from left, Ethan McDaniel, Will Rendler, Matt Faraci, Shannon Sprague, Connor DiBenedetto, Sarah Shultis, Hailey Mosley, Chris Clark, Michaela Jordan and Kyle Faraci.
— Photo by Dick Sanford

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