After dropping three straight meets, the Tigers ousted visiting Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association foe F.D. Roosevelt 99-79 in the pool at Kate Walton Field House.
Running back Hindes hopes to lead the Sawyers deep into the playoffs.
As unbelievable as it may seem, the Saugerties’ Sawyers football team can make the playoffs this year. Job one: Beat Wallkill in a Friday the 13th road game.
It was a miracle at Cantine Field.
The Kingston High School varsity field hockey team has a new coach for the first time in nearly two decades, but they’ve started the season pretty much how they always do — outscoring their opponents over four games by a combined score of 26-1.
The Kingston City School District last week announced the inaugural members of the Kingston High School Athletic Hall of Fame, a veritable who’s who of Tigers legend.
I’ll never forget Saugerties! Roll, Ponies.
Of the Tigers’ 18-player roster, 13 are varsity returnees, including senior co-captains Kate Lord, a center fullback; and Jaime Hopkins, a midfielder.
As summer winds down in Kingston, the competition is heating up on local softball fields, as the City of Kingston Parks and Recreation men’s and women’s softball teams are closing out the playoffs.
Brian Praetorius, a 2003 graduate of Saugerties High School and a standout on the school’s lacrosse team, has been named the new head coach of Bard College’s men’s lacrosse team.