I’ll never forget Saugerties! Roll, Ponies.
Saugerties Times | Sports
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.
With a few small tweaks to the coaching staff, a slight adjustment to the offense game plan and the a new defensive scheme, head football coach Dominic Zarrella of the Saugerties Sawyers is optimistic.
The Saugerties Stallions have stepped up their broadcasting game this year.
A number of Saugerties baseball players were recognized by the New York State Sportswriters Association for their play this year.
“It’s a dream come true,” says Glasco resident Joseph DePola as he looks around his newly opened New York Wrestling Academy (NYWA) at Simmons Plaza on Route 9W. With its karate school, fitness center and now the wrestling academy, the plaza is quickly turning into a center for physical fitness.
I was feeling more confident. I basked in the thrill of playing again. I ran out to the mound for my next inning. My body felt strong. That’s when I threw the pitch that would change my summer.
After losing their first two games on the road, a 5-4 squeaker to the Jamestown Jammers and a 15-12 slugfest against the Elmira Pioneers, the Saugerties Stallions picked up their first win by drubbing the Oneonta Outlaws in their home opener at Cantine Field last Sunday night by an 8-2 score.
The latest in a series by Saugerties Stallions pitcher Gavin Hellman
‘In a world that worshipped football, this was surely a baseball town…’