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Tough week for RCS softball club; MCS softball washed out this week

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It was a frustrating week of ‘could have beens’ for the Roxbury girls’ softball team last week. The Rockets carried a one-run lead into the final inning in Gilboa, but the undefeated Wildcats eked out two scores to squeak past their guests in walk-off style, 12-11.
A rare triple play squelched a big Rocket comeback rally in the opening round of the Milford Tournament with Roxbury falling 12-7 to Laurens. Then, with Roxbury in front 4-1, and needing only three more outs to make a complete game, rain washed out a possible win in consolation play later in the day.


MCS baseball team wins twice

With one out in the seventh inning, and two strikes on Danny Conroy, the Margaretville baseball team was desperate for bat to meet ball Monday afternoon. The Blue Devils trailed 1-0. Kyle Short led off third base representing the tying run, knowing that if Conroy couldn’t connect with the ball, he might very well come out on the short side of one of the best baseball outings of his life. But, Conroy lined a single to center, field tying the score, and breathing new life into the Blue Devils.


Fish beat work any day!

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Jack Macdowalt of Hancock was out on the reservoir on Friday morning and caught several fish. He said that the fishing was so good he hated to have to go to work that day. He obviously decided in favor of fishing and against work, as he returned with a beautiful nine-pounder that he’d caught while fishing with Kastmasters! — Photo by Al’s Sport Store


Tennis scores: April 30, 2014

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The Margaretville Tennis Team earned two Delaware League victories last week while Roxbury split a pair of matches.

Roxbury was a 5-2 winner over Davenport on April 22.
Josh Riley (R) d. Lindsey Zeisler (D) 9-0
Joe McAfee (R) d. Kyle Moorby (D) 9-7
Kajus Normantas (R) d. Bryce Kohout (D) 9-6
Danny Ballard (R) d. Nathan Backus (D) 9-4
Tristan Mulder (R) d. Eric Merwin (D) 9-0
Alyssa Hendrickson & Dorthy Zeisler (D) d. Emily Arvanete & Nick Dorrance (R) 9-4
Aaron Schubert & Keith Fiorello (D) d. Isabel Batista & Molly O Brien (R) 9-5


Two wins, tough loss for Roxbury softball

By John Bernhardt
Roxbury’s girls’ softball team sandwiched mercy rule wins around a heartbreaking 12-11 loss to Windham last week to run their season’s record to 6-2.
Lexi Dubois heads back to third base after getting caught in a rundown in play on Thursday. RCS catcher Stacey Sprague chases the runner back toward third as third Jade Meehan awaits the throw. Also taking part in play are pitcher Devin Fox left, and shortstop Kaelie VanLoan, who is covering third. The runner was eventually tagged out. SK rallied to win the contest in extra innings.Lexi Dubois heads back to third base after getting caught in a rundown in play on Thursday. RCS catcher Stacey Sprague chases the runner back toward third as third Jade Meehan awaits the throw. Also taking part in play are pitcher Devin Fox left, and shortstop Kaelie VanLoan, who is covering third. The runner was eventually tagged out. SK rallied to win the contest in extra innings.


Bowling Scores: April 23, 2014

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Organization League, 4/16/14

H. Fairbairn 38.5 25.5
The Ice Bar 38 26
Water Guy 38 26
Reliable Tent 34 30
Marg. Bowl 33 31
Marg. FD 26.5 37.5
Erickson Auto. 26 38
ROCKO 22 42


Lady Rockets top MCS in softball

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“Roxbury hits way too well for us to give them two or three extra outs an inning.”
Safe Slide: Roxbury’s Taylor Peters steals second base at Margaretville shortsop Cora Bruno awaits the throw in Monday’s contest at MCS. The Rockets were 21-3 winners. — Photos by Dick SanfordSafe Slide: Roxbury’s Taylor Peters steals second base at Margaretville shortsop Cora Bruno awaits the throw in Monday’s contest at MCS. The Rockets were 21-3 winners. — Photos by Dick Sanford
That was how Margaretville softball coach Kyle Holden sum­med up his team’s 21-3 loss to the Rockets on Monday. Holden’s team piled up 14 defensive errors providing a huge boost to the Rockets’ offensive game.


MCS Devils beat RCS Rockets in baseball

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Monday’s warm spring weather seemed to heat up the Margaret­ville bats as the Blue Devils rapped out 12 hits to down Roxbury, 13-7, in non-league play. The first five batters in the Blue Devils’ batting order had a pair of hits with Matt VanValkenburg and Cooper Reither both scoring three times.
Close Catch: Roxbury’s Sam Nash heads into second base on a steal play as Margaretville’s shortstop Ethan Bush awaits the throw from the catcher during Monday’s contest at RCS. The Blue Devils posted a 13-7 victory. — Photo by Dick SanfordClose Catch: Roxbury’s Sam Nash heads into second base on a steal play as Margaretville’s shortstop Ethan Bush awaits the throw from the catcher during Monday’s contest at RCS. The Blue Devils posted a 13-7 victory. — Photo by Dick Sanford


RCS softball club splits two this week

It’s a season of transition in Roxbury with a lot of new faces, and veteran softball coach Jane Ware is still figuring out what she does and does not have. One thing Ware has learned is that her girls can hit the softball. Roxbury banged out double digit batting outputs, 23 hits in all, several of the extra base variety, as her Rockets edged Stamford last Wednesday, 16-13, before falling to Gilboa, 14-7 on Thursday.


MCS softball enjoys their first victory in see-saw contest

CLOSE CALL: Cora Bruno of MCS (on the ground) and Jefferson’s third baseman Brittany Brovetto look to see the umpire’s call after Bruno slid into third on a close play during action  week. MCS won the contest, 16-13.CLOSE CALL: Cora Bruno of MCS (on the ground) and Jefferson’s third baseman Brittany Brovetto look to see the umpire’s call after Bruno slid into third on a close play during action week. MCS won the contest, 16-13.
It was a see-saw contest, an up and down affair, and when it was over the Margaretville girls softball team was on top, 20-17, and first-year head coach Kyle Holden had his first victory.


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