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Belleayre sets opening day for Nov. 13

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By Jay Braman Jr.
As the nights get crisp and the leaves begin to fall, ski centers are planning for their seasons.
This year Belleayre is leading the way, announcing plans to open the 2010-2011 season on November 13, almost two weeks before Thanksgiving.


Margaretville defeats Roxbury 2-0 in rain drenched game

By John Bernhardt
There’s an old proverb that says timing has a lot to do with the outcome of a rain dance. Timing was the story in last Thursday’s boys’ soccer clash between Margaretville and Roxbury on the Pete Palen Field in Margaretville. In an 80-minute contest, a series of events during a 21-second span would determine the outcome.


Kennedy Faraci lifts Roxbury past Andes

By John Bernhardt
The difference in a closely matched game between two teams in any sporting event is the ability to move while the ball is in the air.


3-D Archery Shoot set Sept. 25

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Claryville — A 3-D Archery Shoot will be held at Frost Valley Y on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Lady Blue Devils advance to Cohen Classic finals

It clinked. It locked in. As she always believed they would, Toni Smith’s Margaretville Girls’ Soccer team finally found some offense.


Potter’s magic sinks MCS girls’ team

By John Bernhardt


Windham girls edge Mountaineers in soccer play

By John Bernhardt
They had lost one-half of their roster from last fall. They had only 11 girls eligible to play. They took the field on the road with almost every girl stationed in new positions. Even so, the Andes girls’ soccer team made a fierce stand in Windham Friday before falling 2-1 to the Warriors in a non-league opener.


3-D Archery Shoot set Sept. 25

Claryville — Frost Valley Y will hold its second 3-D Archery Shoot of the season on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The 3-D shoot will test the skills of every level of competitor who will take aim at realistic foam animal targets placed in natural settings along a half-mile course.


MCS defeats Gilboa, 8-2

Dan JenkinsDan JenkinsThe Margaretville boys’ varsity soccer team traveled to Gilboa Wednesday afternoon and returned home with a lopsided 8-2 victory over the Wildcats. The Blue Devils offense proved too much for the Gilboa defense, as the Blue Devils netted eight goals. Ian Williams and Cody Fronckowiak scored two each, with Iso Desic, Peter Cella, Abraham Morales and Dan Jenkins also scoring. The game was the second win for the Margaretville boys, who will travel to Coleman on Friday for a non-league match. Check the Image Gallery for more photos of the game at Gilboa.


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