This is the 54th anniversary of the club and its annual tradition of honoring those who have made a significant impact on Saugerties sports history.
Even with the Hudson Valley feeling the icy grip of winter, Kingston Stockade FC is heading into 2017 with plenty of news and plenty of noise.
The Kingston High indoor track and field team is off to a solid start to the season, though as with any year in any high school sport there have been growing pains.
The John A. Coleman Catholic boys’ varsity basketball team is undermanned, outgunned and thus far winless. But coach John Funk said Statesmen team spirit remains high.
‘I think we’re a group that can get better as a team each and every week and each and every game.’
It wasn’t enough that New Paltz wrestling opened the season with a 45-28 win over Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West (ELSW), or that
Coaches at competing schools believe that because the Lady Sawyers lost their two best players they might not be very good this year. Coach Melville suggests they may be in for a shock.
There aren’t many teams that would feel like a 17-6 season wasn’t all it could have been, but the Kingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team is heading into the 2016-17 campaign looking to make the most of an athletic lineup and build on last year’s overall result.
Unlike the last several years when the Sawyers had a number of tall players who could dominate under the basket, this year’s team is a bit shorter, but much faster.
Kingston High School senior Avery Short signed a National Letter of Intent last week to play baseball for Siena College next year.