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Sunday, September 22, 2019

Sports > High School

Livingston Manor junior Sam Severing goes aloft to reverse the direction of a ball. Sullivan West's Emily Bair defends. Severing had two goals against Sullivan West after netting four against Tri-Valley two days prior.

WILD pitch!

Sullivan West and Manor battle to a furious OT tie

By Richard A. RossSullivan West 2, Livingston Manor 2

LAKE HUNTINGTON—Sometimes a tie feels like a win.
For the Sullivan West Lady Bulldogs, down 2-0 at the half, coming back to tie the score in the second period and battling to a stalemate over the course of the two ten-minute overtime periods to marshal the tie felt like a Dawgs' delight.
It was an uplifting moral victory for Sullivan West, a team that had endured its share of early season struggles.
Coming off an impressive 5-0 win over Chapel Field, the first victory under the watchful savvy eye of Coach Diana Hahn, this come-from-behind tie was a product of intensified second period and OT effort and great team play.
Manor's goals came courtesy of junior standout Sam, “I am Sam, Sam I am,” Severing, the firebrand junior year-round striker who scored four goals against Tri-Valley in the Lady Wildcats 8-3 win two days prior.
Sullivan West got its initial goal from sophomore phenom Grace Boyd off a feed from senior Arieon Frazier.
Frazier then blasted a penalty kick by Manor keeper Melissa Banks to knot the game up at 2-2.
Sullivan West keeper Riley Ernst as well as Manor's Banks were outstanding in the net. ...read more





In Other Sports News

Manor trounces Tri-Valley

Livingston Manor 8, Tri-Valley 3

LIVINGSTON MANOR - In one of the most bizarre starts to a season that veteran coach Mary Feusner could recall, her team had its first four games nixed by postponements.
A season home opener slated to be played against O'Neill was put off from the first ... read more


Trailblazers

Boys: Tri-Valley 15,
Livingston Manor 40;
Girls teams incomplete


GRAHAMSVILLE— Cross-country courses regularly feature steep, uphill climbs as part of their arduous landscape for runners to navigate.
Marshaling the strength and resolve to attack those hills becomes an ... read more


Pigskin Preview Week 3: Tough matchups across the board

SULLIVAN COUNTY - After week two, in which the Fallsburg Comets were the only Sullivan County team to bring home a win, footballers are all hungry and looking to improve and league play begins.
Here's a quick look at this weekend's action!

Tonight's contests
Friday, September ... read more


Travel League champs crowned

Charles (Chuck) Husson IV, left, and Bryan Thomas are the 2019 champions of the Thursday Sullivan County Travel league. They defeated John Bacigalupo and Ollie Cutler in the championship playoffs held at Tarry Brae. This is Husson's second league championship this year winning the Roscoe Twin ... read more


Fallsburg's football takes a stance

Fallsburg 40
Dover 35

FALLSBURG — Despite being Friday the 13th, there was no bad luck in sight for the Fallsburg's Comets football team.
Playing to a packed crowd at Morningside Park, Fallsburg went tit for tat with the Dover Dragons in every quarter before finally outscoring ... read more


Pine Plains Bombers level T-V; Bears vow to learn and move on

Pine Plains 38
Tri-Valley 8


GRAHAMSVILLE - As NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul Jabbar once duly noted, “You can't win unless you learn how to lose.”
For the 2018 Section IX Eight Man Football Champion Tri-Valley Bears, their sole regular season loss last year, which came at ... read more


Track and Field Officials Needed

SULLIVAN COUNTY - Track and Field Officials are needed for Sullivan County. Training clinics begin October 2 at 7 p.m. in the Liberty High School cafeteria, 125 Buckley Street, Liberty. For more information call Andy at 292 7042.


Happy trails; smiling winners: Sullivan West boys, Fallsburg girls prevail 15-50 in X-C gambit

LAKE HUNTINGTON—Mother Nature can be a friend or foe to cross-country harriers. In the early fall sometimes runners are beset by blistering heat, humidity and swarms of mosquitos. That was the case lst year when Sullivan West had its first home meet with O'Neill. But this time out it was cool with ... read more


Jamie Yannone wins two in a row in Sportsman

WHITE LAKE ­­-- This past Saturday found perfect skies and temperatures as Bethel Motor Speedway presented ‘First Responder Night' sponsored by Whelen Engineering. The Point Championship battles are heating up as the NASCAR Whelen All-American weekly series was in full effect with all of its ... read more


Skills and thrills: Seward Spartans deploy great skills against energetic Westies

JEFFERSONVILLE—Isaac Newton had it right when it comes to the issue of clash of opposing forces. His first law of motion states, “Every object in a state of uniform motion will remain in that state of motion unless an external force acts on it.” For Sullivan West featuring size, strength and grit ... read more


White lightning: Lady Spartans shut out young SW in league fray

LAKE HUNTINGTON—From year to year the division girls soccer rivalry between Sullivan West and S.S. Seward is always a keen one. Last year the Lady Westies beat Seward down on their cornfield in the regular season and then shut them out in the Section IX semifinals. But with the graduation of so ... read more


Pigskin Preview Week 2: A chance to build

SULLIVAN COUNTY - After week one, teams can get a better idea on what they need to work on in order to have an even better result the following week.
Here's a quick look at this weekend's action!

Tonight's contests
11-man
Liberty at Chester, 7pm
What could easily be considered ... read more


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In Sports Columns

Sportsman Outdoors

Kay Danchak Memorial Youth Day!

The Kay Danchak Memorial Youth Outdoor Expo was held last Saturday at the Grahamsville Fairgrounds and attracted a little over a 100 people including 64 children and their supervising adults.
Children toured the huge indoor arena where exhibitors were stationed. Many built birdhouses and ...read more


Further Review

‘Fed' up with Player of the Year

There's been much debate over Rory McIlroy's selection as the PGA Tour's Player of the Year over Brooks Koepka. The award is voted on by the players by secret ballot - true to its non-transparent nature, the PGA Tour releases no information on the final count or even how many players cast ballots. ...read more


Golfing Highlights

Bowers Jr. is new superintendent at Oneonta Country Club

Thirty-nine year-old James Bowers Jr. of Roscoe is the new golf course superintendent at the Oneonta Country Club, the area's premier golf course in nearby Oneonta NY.
Named to that position this year Bowers has previously worked as the general manager, golf course superintendent and assistant ...read more


Streamside

Tie on a Black Leech

The Beaverkill at Cooks Falls was recorded as flowing at 97 cubic feet per second on Monday morning, which is below the average flow of 123 cfs over 106 years of record-keeping. The river has been below the normal flow except for a heavy rain or two last week.
Water temperatures spiked up to ...read more


Bowling Highlights

Bowling is a different business today

“It's a different business then when just the bowing alley was here,” Christopher Collins, general manager of Lake George Lanes & Games center told us while we were vacationing in the Lake George area of New York State in mid August.
In their heydays bowling alleys were just that and that ...read more


Raceway Wrap

Ed Butler logs in Les Quick Memorial Pro Stock victory; LaPolt and T. Dachenhausen split Modified Features!

White Lake - A dismal and damp weather forecast this past Saturday found Bethel Motor Speedway postponing the races until the following afternoon with the NASCAR Whelen All-American weekly series in action.
The Sunday show was utilized not only for the perfect weather conditions but to also ...read more



In Sports Calendar

Sports Calendar

Friday, September 20

High School

Football

Tri-Valley @ Fallsburg, 6:30 pm

Sull West @ Ellenville, 7 pm

Boys Soccer

Liberty @ Highland, 4 pm

Tri-Valley @ Eldred, 4:15 pm

Girls Soccer

Liv Manor @ Monti, 4:15 pm

Fallsburg @ ...read more


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