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Bowling Scores: Nov. 12, 2014

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Better Half Mixed League 11/9/14
Slicksters 26 14
Team Attitude 26 14
Pin Heads 24 16
JAB 20 20
Poor Craig 19 21
Komeback Kids 19 21
Team 8 16 8
Flexible Team 10 30

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South Kortright boys top Edmeston for Section 4 crown

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GET A GRIP — Ryan Sluiter of South Kortright (left) overpowers Matt Soule of Morris as he heads for the ball in last Tuesday’s sectional matchup. The Rams won, 2-1, in overtime. — Photo by Dick SanfordGET A GRIP — Ryan Sluiter of South Kortright (left) overpowers Matt Soule of Morris as he heads for the ball in last Tuesday’s sectional matchup. The Rams won, 2-1, in overtime. — Photo by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt
Whatever team wins the Section III, Class D soccer championship, Copenhagen or Sackets Harbor, has got to be hoping this Saturday’s New York State, Class D boys soccer qualifier doesn’t go into double-overtime.


South Korthright girls fall finally to Delhi in "shootout"

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Officially, the game goes down as a tie. After last week’s Section IV, Class D, girls’ soccer semifinal ended in a 1-1 tie, South Kortright and Delhi went to overtime. Twenty minutes and two overtimes later the game was ruled a tie, but a shootout would determine which team would advance to the sectional finals.
OVER THE TOP — South Kortright players Brianna Laing (9) and Sam Acuna (5) move to the goal as Acuna sends a header wide of the nets. The shot would have won the game in the closing seconds of the contest. Poised for action are Delhi goalkeeper Kaitlynn Finch and Julia Burns (21). Delhi was a 3-2 shootout winner in last Tuesday’s sectional semifinal match.
— Photo by Brian HoreyOVER THE TOP — South Kortright players Brianna Laing (9) and Sam Acuna (5) move to the goal as Acuna sends a header wide of the nets. The shot would have won the game in the closing seconds of the contest. Poised for action are Delhi goalkeeper Kaitlynn Finch and Julia Burns (21). Delhi was a 3-2 shootout winner in last Tuesday’s sectional semifinal match.
— Photo by Brian Horey


Bowling Scores: November 5, 2014

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Better Half Mixed League 11/2/14

Slicksters 25 11
Team Attitude 24 12
Pin Heads 22 14
Poor Craig 18 18
JAB 17 19
Komeback Kids 16 20
Team 8 15 5
Fleixible Flyer 7 29

Men’s High Game
Tom Miller 225, Greg Montminy 202, Alan White 202
Men’s High Series
Tom Miller 576, Greg Montminy 535, Alan Gavette 519
Women’s High Game
Sharon Gavette 177, Kristi Gav­ette 176, Lela Davis 173
Women’s High Series
Lela Davis 469, Kristena Westerfeld 467, Sharon Gavette 453

Organization League 10/27/14

Erickson Auto. 17 7
Reliable Tent 16 8


Local man takes bruin weighing 500+ pounds

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BIG BEAR — Shandaken resident Tom Tintle (left) bagged this bear with a bow and arrow on October 22 in the Shandaken area. Weighing in at 510 pounds, Tintle and fellow Shandakenite Jay Braman used a front end loader to hoist the animal onto a truck to be taken for butchering. — Contributed photo


Local soccer squads fall in sectional play

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By John Bernhardt
By it’s very definition, a sectional athletic tournament is an eliminating process, a win or go home — no second chance experience. By design each round of a sectional tournament eliminates one-half of the competition, until in the final round only two teams remain standing, the winner crowned champion.


First black belts graduate from Margaretville karate school

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By Pauline Liu
The karate school in Margaretville marked a milestone by graduating its first black belts.
SELF DEFENSE—Newly promoted black belts, Joyce St. George (left) and Melissa Small demonstrate Tang Soo Do technique # 3. Small is defending herself against St. George. Both are assistant instructors at Pak’s Karate Margaretville and became the first black belts to be promoted at the school. — Photo by Pauline Liu.SELF DEFENSE—Newly promoted black belts, Joyce St. George (left) and Melissa Small demonstrate Tang Soo Do technique # 3. Small is defending herself against St. George. Both are assistant instructors at Pak’s Karate Margaretville and became the first black belts to be promoted at the school. — Photo by Pauline Liu.


New Mville Bowl managers strike balance between old charm, new ideas

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By Brian Sweeney
Two area residents with longtime ties to the Margaretville Bowl have taken over day-to-day operation of the facility.
Sharon Gavette of Margaret­ville and Fleischmanns resident Tom Miller became co-managers of the iconic bowling alley in early July. Since that time, both have been working to build league membership, increase recreational bowling participation and to showcase the business as an ideal location for special occasions.
Margaretville Bowl partner Michael Finberg said he was pleased to hand over the business reins to the pair of longtime affiliates.


SK rallies past Blue Devils to win boys' Crossover title

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By John Bernhardt
He’s a throwback of sorts, a connection to another era when high school physical education teachers were simply known as ‘Coach’ because they coached in every sport season. He’s the Dean of Delaware League coaches, a standard figure on the sidelines at South Kortright sporting events season after season and year after year. And, Saturday at the Wright Soccer Complex in Oneonta, it was the strategic moves of SK’s fabled coach Bob VanValkenburgh that made the difference in the Rams 3-2 championship win over Margaretville.


MCS boys headed to Crossover Championship

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KICK BALL — Margaretville’s Ian Todd, right, sends a pass during last Tuesday’s contest at Gilboa. The Wildcats upset the Blue Devils, 2-1. Despite the loss, MCS won the Upper Delaware League title. — Photos by Dick SanfordKICK BALL — Margaretville’s Ian Todd, right, sends a pass during last Tuesday’s contest at Gilboa. The Wildcats upset the Blue Devils, 2-1. Despite the loss, MCS won the Upper Delaware League title. — Photos by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt
The Margaretville boys’ soccer team is searching for consistency as they move towards Saturday’s Delaware League champ­ionship contest in Oneonta.


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