Sports

by Gayla Cawley

Dutchess Day School

Sports Reports for Week Beginning Monday May 13

 

By Nigel Pink

 

Following a no sport week with the whole upper school on five day trips to Washington or Cape Cod, the...

by Gayla Cawley

The Amenia Monarchs opened their season on a low note after being defeated by the Thomaston Threshers 7 to 1 during a constant downpour that dampened any sparks in offense. 

 

The Monarchs had their chances to score.  They put runners on base often throughout the nine innings of play, but weren’t able...

by Gayla Cawley

Opening Day for the Amenia Monarchs is next Sunday, May 19, when Amenia plays a home game against Thomaston at 1 p.m. at Doc Bartlett Field.

 

Last year the Monarchs made it to the semifinal round of the playoffs. Manager Tom Downey said it was the team’s best record since 2005. The team finished 13 and 8. In the regular...

by Gayla Cawley

Mary-Kate Bida, Millbrook’s standout runner in track and cross-country, chose SUNY Oneonta as her college after receiving letters of interest from about 40 schools.

 

 

Bida said she narrowed her choices down to Oneonta and the University of Rhode Island because both offer majors in fashion....

by Gayla Cawley

Millbrook High School

 

Girls’ Lacrosse

Head Coach: Jillian Cafarchio

 

Millbrook’s record is at 9 and 5 after winning two games and losing...

by Gayla Cawley

Amanda Riebe, a senior at Millbrook High School, is looking forward to continuing varsity play at the  college of her choice after a season of heavy recruitment. 

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by Gayla Cawley

Millbrook High School

 

Girls Lacrosse

 

Head Coach: Jillian Cafarchio

 

Millbrook’s record is 6 and 3...