Late surge against Goshen provides excitement but not victory.
The merged Saugerties High School and John A. Coleman Catholic High School boys varsity soccer team is off to a stellar 2-0 start to their 2018 campaign, a season that was never guaranteed at all.
For his remarkable funding for I Promise, a high school for at-risk students in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, LeBron James deserves universal praise, respect, and admiration. Talk about giving back!
For grownups, the all-American sport of softball takes on many guises, apparent to anyone who’s spent time in a public park in the Hudson Valley in the summertime.
The swim team captures its 7th DUSO championship title, ends season with 54th consecutive win.
With two weeks remaining in the regular season, the Kingston Recreation Softball Men’s A division could come down to the wire. Just two games separate the division’s top two teams, and Hometown Discount Beverage (10-4) and Deuire’s Trophies (8-6) will wrap the regular slate against each other on Thursday, Aug. 9.
Despite a noble effort down the stretch, the Saugerties Stallions saw their 2018 season end just shy of the playoffs.
Every Monday night, the Women’s Lower B division of Kingston Recreation softball takes to the field at Block Park for what has been described by players as the most “laid back” experience on the diamond. Not that the teams, five in all, aren’t trying to win. They just want to have fun along the way.
In the late afternoon last Thursday, the skies smiled down on the 156 runners who participated in the 16th annual Gardiner 5K Classic, a benefit event for the Gardiner fire department and rescue squad.
Kingston Stockade FC just completed its third season of semi-pro soccer, a campaign which by most measures came up short of the standard set one year earlier. The team saw its share of challenges on the field in 2018, and according to club chairman Dennis Crowley, it saw them off the field. too.