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LIBERTY – The Liberty Central School District has named their new Director of Athletics, Erin Alvord. She takes the place of Peter Bianco, who was hired by the district in 2019, and … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR –– The Bears traveled to the home of the Wildcats on Tuesday night to tip off the season with some non-league action. Tri-Valley had their foot on the gas early and never … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY –– There was some great competition throughout the county this football season, with Sullivan West and Roscoe leading the surge into the playoffs. Sullivan West defeated … more
GRAHAMSVILLE - It has been a momentous fall for Tri-Valley cross-country coach Chip Furman. Just weeks after being named to the Section IX Track and Field Hall of Fame for his illustrious high school … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON - Oh the joy to be back on the court with the stands full of cheering spectators and the thrill of shooting the rock, passing to your teammates and evincing great defense to garner an … more
THOMPSON - Betting on sports using your mobile phone is becoming a reality soon after the New York State Gaming Commission has approved the licensees. According to Thompson Town Supervisor William … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR —The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum (CFFCM) held their 2021 Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the museum on Saturday, October 30th. In his opening remarks, Museum … more
BEAR MOUNTAIN –– Sometimes we can’t see the forest for the trees. With so much attention being paid to the football playoffs and soccer sectionals, many people miss out on the … more
For the fourth year in a row, the dynamic duo father and son team of Chuck Husson IV and Chuck Husson III are the champions of the 18-team Monday Night Men’s league at the Roscoe Twin Village … more
A reminder of what happened in 2013: The event was the Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, known to many people simply as the “Harrisburg Show”, that had run … more
Liberty fell at home to visiting Highland, 32-6, on Saturday. more
MONTICELLO – When the Monticello Panthers won their first game in four years at Liberty last spring, it was truly something to celebrate. But for second-year head coach Arthur Johannes who has … more
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