Sports

by Gayla Cawley

The Millbrook Youth Hockey Association’s Bantam Level Knights followed up on their league championship by winning the State Championship two weeks ago, going undefeated in the tournament. 

 

To win, Millbrook defeated their main rival, Chazy in the finals.  The tournament comprised of round robin play...

by Gayla Cawley

This spring Millbrook Central School District will begin the construction of the track and fields at Millbrook High School.  With the track and field replacements, spring sports will have to be relocated for practices and home games. 

 

Baseball and softball games will no longer be played side by side. ...

by Gayla Cawley

The Millbrook Youth Hockey Association’s Bantam level (13 and 14 year olds) Knights won their league championship game in the Hudson Valley Hockey League this past Saturday, defeating the Bedford Bears by a score of 7 to 2.  Their next step is to compete in the State Championships which begin this Friday. 

 

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by Gayla Cawley

Things didn’t go Millbrook’s way during the girls’ basketball Sectional semifinals against Tuxedo last Wednesday night.  The event began badly in the first minutes of the game when two bus loads of Tuxedo High school boys and girls arrived at the Millbrook gym.  The Tuxedos’ attitude toward the Lady Blazers throughout the game made it seem it...

by Gayla Cawley

Last Saturday afternoon, Pulse Cycling and Fitness was doing their part to raise funds for the American Heart Association by holding their first Bootcamp-athon in their fitness center on Franklin Avenue. 

 

 

Owner Lori Cassia-Decker said about 25 people were signed up for...

by Gayla Cawley

The Millbrook girls’ basketball team held their Senior night last Wednesday, honoring Treya Germano and Carli Ross at halftime. The celebration was short lived, however, as the girls’ were defeated in overtime 47 to 45 by Onteora.  With the loss, their record drops to 9 and 6 for the season. 

 

 

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