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C-A Girls Win 6-0

Coxsackie-Athens 6, Cairo-Durham 0
COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens wrapped up an undefeated regular season with a 6-0 victory over Cairo-Durham in Patroon Conference varsity girls soccer on Friday at home.

“I’m very pleased with the all-around team effort today,” C-A coach Jacki Cashin said. “The girls elevated their level of play and controlled the game.”
Lady Indians’ Lizzy Morehouse scored two goals in the winning effort while Gen DeFrancesco had two goals and an assist, Karlee Deaver had a goal and an assist, Sydney Buhrke had a goal, and both Danni DeVinney and Lexi Pascuzzi added an assist.
C-A outshot the Lady Mustangs 30-1 on the day. C-D ’keeper Keegan Deyo had 16 saves while Lady Indians’ Alexa Reilly and Maggie Wolodkevich split time in the net without recording a save.
Coxsackie-Athens honored its seniors after the game, including Reilly, Maggie Matson, Deaver, Morehouse, Jada Hawkins-Hill, Meredith Masse and Paige Palmateer.
Nearly a year after their male counterparts celebrated the first title in program history, the Lady Indians put an exclamation point on the school’s 2014 title.
“It was a great game to finish our regular season with and we were finally able to celebrate our Patroon Conference championship,” Cashin said. “Being undefeated is something that not every good team gets to do. The kids have worked extremely hard throughout the season and hopefully we can continue our run into sectionals.”
C-A (16-0, 14-0 Patroon) awaits seeding in the Section II tournament while C-D closes out the season at 5-9.
— Brian Radewitz

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C-A Girls Cross Country Win Conference Title

The cross country girls won the Patroon Conference Title on Friday October17th. Pictures of the meet are in the photo gallery.

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C-A Defeats C-D

Coxsackie-Athens 3, Cairo-Durham 0
CAIRO — In a battle of two of the Patroon Conference’s best teams, Coxsackie-Athens shut out Cairo-Durham 3-0 in varsity boys soccer at C-D on Thursday, according to an email from Mustangs coach Larry Farrell.
The Indians used a balanced scoring attack, with Matt McDonald, Chris Wallace and Jordan Dixon each scoring a goal.
“I thought it was a great game,” Indians coach Curt Wilkinson said. “We came out with energy in the first half and we were able to control possession by winning a lot of the 50-50 balls. It also helps to have the ball bounce your way sometimes and we had good movement in the middle.”
The game also cost the Mustangs a shot at a share of the Patroon Conference championship with the loss dropping them to 11-3 in league play, as Greenville and Maple Hill a game up in the loss column. The Indians conclude the regular season at 9-4-1.
Both teams await to hear sectional seeding, which is announced on Tuesday.
— Vince Ginardi

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C-A Wins Final Game

COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens closed out the regular season with a 41-6 victory over Schoburg in Class C, South Division varsity football at C-A on Saturday.
“It was a great way to finish the regular season,” C-A coach JP Hulslander said. “It was our Senior Game and all of our seniors got to play, and they did well.”
Zach Girvin led the Indians offensive attack, going 8 for 11 passing for 145 yards and a touchdown. Girvin also had 70 rushing yards and a score on the ground.
James Squier led the C-A wideouts with 75 yards, including a 27-yard touchdown reception.
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C-A News Otober22

Attention Student Council members: Your Yankee Candle Packets are overdue. Hand them in to Mrs. Weinstein at this time.
Attention Juniors! We need you! Come out support our girls and boys soccer teams during sectional games on Thursday & Friday! While at the game, sell popcorn to support your Junior Class! Sign up with Mrs. Breen, games start at 3. Don't forget - no money - no photobooth.
Attention all National Honor Society members: There will be a mandatory meeting on Monday, 10.27 during 9th period.
There will be a meeting for all students interested in joining Drama Club on Thursday, November 6th in the Auditorium during 9th period. Hope to see you there!
The folloiwng Field Hockey players owe uniforms to Mrs. Loughran: Liberty Hellen, Dionna Taccetta, Bridgett Coleman, Megan Marafioti.
Attention all Varsity & JV Field Hockey players: Please see Mrs. Weinstein for information on our End-Of-The-Year Gathering at Crossroads on the 27th. Money is due on the 23rd, don't miss out!
Congratulations to the following tennis players for the Patroon Conference All Star selection: 1st team-Caitlin Sitcer, 2nd team-Alicia Decker.
There will be a meeting of the CA Circuit student newspaper club today during 9th period in Mrs. Kearney's room, 153. All interested students are invited to attend.
There will be after school iPad help for students in the HS library this Wednesday and Thursday during 9th period.

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· Oct. 23, 2014 3:00 PM
Boys Soccer Hudson @ C-A
· Oct. 24, 2014 3:00 PM
Girls Soccer Cohoes @ C-A
· Oct. 24, 2014 7:00 PM
Varsity Football @ Corinth
· Oct. 27, 2014 5:30 PM
JV Football @ Hudson

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