Baseball was always his game. “You know, I really don’t know why. I just liked the idea of getting outside and smacking a ball around and being around people and having fun with it.”
Colby Amell, Saugerties’ wrestling team’s lightest member at 99 pounds, will be representing the Sawyers in the state wrestling tournament on February 24 and 25 at the Times-Union Center in Albany.
The Saugerties boys’ basketball team had one of its best and most satisfying games against Marlboro before 500 fans in the Saugerties gym Monday night.
The Kingston High School gymnastics team went from winning a 13th straight Section IX title two years ago to almost not happing at all this season.
The Kingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team didn’t mind seeing January come to an end. The team was winless during the first month of the year, and head coach Steve Garner said the Tigers have to treat the rest of their regular season schedule like the playoffs.
After months of practice and perfecting their programs, more than 20 skating club members from Saugerties are ready to compete in the 2017 Empire State Winter Games that begin Feb. 3 in Lake Placid.
Kingston Stockade FC on Wednesday, Jan. 25 announced the hiring of David Lindholm as their new head coach. Lindholm, a coach at Bard College with a wealth of experience in American soccer, replaces former head coach George Vizvary, a local legend who guided the club through its inaugural season.
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.