Few of the players who turned up on Saturday morning will get a call to come work with the first unit, and even fewer might get into a Stockade game this season. But with the team looking to build not only for the present, but also the future, club officials were pleased with what they saw on the frosty Dietz grounds.
The club, which had faced the possibility of closure last year before a sale to a new group of investors, will also be open to the public for the first time this season.
Liz Praetorius was among the first wave of girls at Saugerties High School to have the chance to compete in three different sports: volleyball, basketball and softball. Praetorius excelled in all three, but her posthumous induction into the Saugerties Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, April 14 as part of the Class of 2018 this month is about much more.
Joe “Base” Quirk, a name synonymous with local sports, will be inducted into the Saugerties Sports Hall of Fame this weekend. Quirk earned his way in not only because of his own playing days but also because of his dedication to Saugerties sports ever since.
After opening its season with a loss, the Saugerties High School varsity boys lacrosse team has won two in a row and is looking ready to take on the world.
U.S. Soccer this week announced the first-round pairings for the 105th edition of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, with Kingston Stockade FC set to hit the road when it battles the Long Island Rough Riders Soccer Club of the Premier Development League (PDL) on Wednesday, May 9.
New Paltz is coming off a brilliant season. Highland is hoping to turn things around.
For the first time since before most of its players were even born, the Kingston High School varsity girls lacrosse team will open its season with a coach other than Deb Eaton at the helm.
The Saugerties High School varsity baseball team enters the 2018 season hoping to extend the legacy of last year’s impressive campaign, which saw the team go 16-7-1 overall, win the Section IX, Class A title, and make it all the way to the Capital Region semifinals of the state tournament before their Cinderella season came to an end.
New coaches and lots of depth.