The Survival of the Shawangunks is arguably one of the most grueling and unusual triathlons in the world.
The 2019 Sawyers, again under Coach Drew Carpino, are hoping to build on the successes of last season’s squad, which went 5-5 overall, including a four-game win streak.
The Kingston High School varsity girls soccer team is 1-1 on the season, quickly finding their rhythm in a 6-1 win over Pine Bush on Tuesday, just days after opening their Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association 2019 campaign with a tough 1-0 defeat against Valley Central.
The Kingston American Legion Post 150 Ulster Fillies softball team had their best-ever run in an 18-under Open or A softball Nationals tournament, finishing second in a tournament in Ocean City, Maryland two weeks ago.
Professional Muay Thai fighter and part owner of Stockade Muay Thai in Uptown Kingston Chris Mauceri is stepping back between the ropes on on Saturday, Aug. 17 versus Stephen Oppong for Lion Fight 58. The fight is taking place at the Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Mashantucket, Conn.
Led By Abbie Santos, Delaney Pece, Ashley Benkert, Brooke Vos and Julia Napoli, the New Paltz SeaHawks ran their Dutchess-Ulster Swim Organization [DUSO] Championship string to seven straight and eight in the last nine years, amassing 1,512 points to second-place Zena’s 1,283 in Saturday’s title meet at the Ulster County Pool. The Seahawks, 7-0 this season, have also put together an incredible 61-straight dual-meet string.
In its fourth season, local soccer team Kingston Stockade FC returned to its winning ways under new Head Coach Jamal Lis-Simmons, compiling a 7-3-4 record, highlighted by an 11-game unbeaten streak. As the long off-season gets underway, Lis-Simmons and Club Chairman Dennis Crowley look back on what the team accomplished in 2019, and look forward to the future.
Edge, who grew up in Saugerties and amassed 1016 points during his varsity career for the Sawyers, graduated in 2015.
For the past close to a half-century, the Shawangunk Runners and their comrades in sneakers have been hosting a six-week series of running races for kids and adults, in various spots throughout New Paltz, known simply as “the Summer Series.”
The Saugerties Stallions saw their seven-game win streak snapped last week. What followed was a topsy-turvy run of games that left them in the middle of the East-Division pack but still well in the playoff hunt.