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C-A Girls Win Again

Your CA Girls Varsity Volleyball team emerged victorious last night as they defeated Hudson 3 games to 1. Stars on the night included Amy Balint, Deb Greco, Ashley Millett and Gabriella Peters. Molly Oliviera had 8 consecutive super service points and it was murderers row as Julia Reeves, Sage Pahl and Caroline Hanna all contributed with their kills. The JV posted it's 6th consecutive win in a row as aces were dealt by Samantha McCarten, Cheyenne Warren, Angelina Faccio, Rayselle Rivera, Christine Burton and Alex Collum. In the top spot was Kaliegh Griffin and Liz Oliviera each putting up 10 …
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C-A Tennis Victorious

Coxsackie-Athens 4, Cairo-Durham 2


COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens earned a 4-2 Patroon Conference varsity girls tennis win against Cairo-Durham on Wednesday at C-A, according to a fax from Lady Indians coach Anthony Patsky.


C-A (5-0) hosts Hudson today at 4:15 p.m. while the Lady Mustangs (0-7) rematch at C-A on Friday at 4:15 p.m.


Results (C-A listed first): Caitlin Sitcer def. Kera Hunt 6-1, 6-1; Alicia Decker def. Jessica Jacobs 6-1, 6-0; Maggie Capra def. Brooke Mizzell 6-2, 7-6 (7-1); Calli Boeri def. Brandi Ruvolo 6-2, 6-1; Mairead McCarren lost to Jenna Poulsen 6-1, 2-6, 3-6; Doubles: Emma Messick/Shannon Maurer lost to Nina Sommer/Gillian …

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Boys Pick Up A Win Against Taconic Hills

Coxsackie-Athens 9, Taconic Hills 0
CRARYVILLE — Coxsackie-Athens beat Taconic Hills 9-0 in Patroon Conference varsity boys soccer action at TH, according to an unofficial score report on capitalregionsoccer.com.
The teams play again at 4:15 p.m. on Friday when the Indians (5-2-1, 4-2-1 Patroon) host Catskill and the Titans (0-7, 0-7) welcome Cairo-Durham.
— Vince Ginardi


 


Girls Remain Undefeated

CA Girls Cross Country remain undefeated following Tuesday's 21-39 win against Catskill. The meet took place at Olana and 1st across the finish line overall was Tara Josberger. She was followed by Katrina Josberger with times of 22:08 and 22:12 for the 3 mile hilly course. Grace Stanton, Stephanie Chase and Rachel Knaust rounded out the 5 scorers. The Boys lost to Catskill 33-20 but Kareel Slager placed 2nd overall with a time of 20:24. Kareel was followed by Jonnie Baxter, Ben Pacuk, Andrew Horsman and Thomas Multari. Our next meet is Tuesday at home against Taconic Hills and Hawthorne …
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Varisty defeats Cairo-Durham

CAIRO — The annual tradition of proving who’s better on the football field in Greene County took place Saturday afternoon in Cairo’s town park. It didn’t take very long to determine the better team, as Coxsackie-Athens cruised to a 48-0 victory over Cairo-Durham, making a bold statement that it’s not only a player in the Class C, South Division this season, but a potential candidate for a nod from the New York State Sportswriters Association in the form of a state ranking.
The second part may be premature at this point, but nonetheless, C-A athletic director Terry Nash and Indians head …

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Incontrovertable

Not able to be denied or disputed

 


C-A Girls Continue Winning Streak

Coxsackie-Athens 6, Maple Hill 2
CASTLETON — The Coxsackie-Athens varsity girls soccer team netted four goals in the first half en route to a 6-2 shellacking of Maple Hill during a Patroon Conference battle of unbeatens at MH on Friday, according to an email from Lady Wildcats coach Sheila Golden.
Lady Indians’ Karlee Deaver opened the scoring with a goal roughly eight minutes into the first half on an assist by Danny DeVinney and Gen DeFrancesco added a solo score about three-and-a-half minutes later. Sydney Buhrke gave C-A a commanding 3-0 lead with an unassisted goal about midway through the first half.
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C-A Competes in PAL 5k

COXSACKIE — The Coxsackie Police Athletic League held a 5K on Saturday in Coxsackie, and Ben Fasciano, 15, was the first finisher to cross the line, posting a time of 18 minutes, 32 seconds, according to a release from Kathleen Balthazar. Tess Fitzmaurice, 11, was the first female runner to finish the race with a time of 20:30
Male results: (under 10) 1. Roe Coleman, 35:51; 2. Robert Rebusmen, 43:25; (age 10-14) 1. Kareel Slager, 20:20; 2. Ethan Hanse, 24:19; (15-19) 1. Jonnie Baxter, 22:04; 2. John Donahue, 29:15; (20-24) 1. Ryan Romagnano, 19:54; 2. Justin Szepessy, 22:27; (25-29) 1. Zury …

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Hegemony

leadership or dominance, especially by one country or social group over others

 


Another Win for C-A Girls

Coxsackie-Athens 2, Catskill 1


COXSACKIE — Lizzy Morehouse took a pass from Karlee Deaver and found the back of the net with less than nine minutes left in regulation to lift Coxsackie-Athens to 2-1 Patroon Conference varsity girls soccer victory at C-A on Wednesday.


“Overall, we played well. We are having some struggles finding the back of the net but we aren’t getting frustrated and are finding ways to win,” Lady Indians coach Jacki Cashin said of her team, which improved to 6-0 overall. “Every one of these games is a big game.”


Morehouse tallied the C-A’s first goal off of an assist …

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Cross Country Results

CA boys beat Cairo-Durham and Hunter Tannersville in Tuesday's Cross Country meet but lost to Mindham-Ashland-Jewett. Top boys were Kareel Slager, Jonnie Baxter and Ben Pacuk. The girls swept the mountain top school beating all 3, top girls were Tara Josberger and Stephanie Chase. The girls are still undefeated. …
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Varsity Volleyball Defeats Catskill Cats!

The Varsity Girls Volleyball team shocked Catskill Tuesday night by defeating them 3 games to 1. Stellar service was delivered by Nicole Marino, Caroline Hanna and Amy Balint (who also dealt 4 aces). Communication and control were key with Ashley Millett, Deb Greco, Julia Reeves, Molly Oliviera and Sage Pahl fighting for every point. A great match by all. You ladies are awesome!! …
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C-A Building Winning Attitude

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Packing up the shoulder pads and helmets in late October has been an annual occurrence with the Coxsackie-Athens varsity football team. The 2014 Indians are looking to alter that reality.

Coxsackie-Athens has made only three Section II playoff appearance since the postseason format began in 1978. The Indians do not have a postseason victory.

An attention-grabbing win over Chatham in Week 1, however, has this season's squad thinking big under the tutelage of third-year coach JP Hulslander.

The Indians (2-0, 2-0) look to continue their winning ways Saturday when they take on Cairo-Durham (0-2, 0-1) in Class C South Division play.

Coxsackie-Athens has managed …

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C-A boys varsity nets big win!

Coxsackie-Athens 5, Chatham 0
CHATHAM — Coxsackie-Athens went on the road to blank Chatham 5-0 in Patroon Conference varsity boys soccer on Friday.
“Chatham never gave up and fought hard to the end,” Chatham coach Justin Forrest said. “We had opportunities, but couldn’t capitalize on them.”
Matt McDonald led the Indians with two goals in the winning effort while Tristan Valencia, Sam June and August Gerrain each scored one goal. Jordan Dickson and Matt St. Denis chipped in with one assist apiece.
C-A outshot the Panthers 15-5.
“My goalie (Casey Jones) played extremely well,” Forrest said. “He had a number of really nice saves for …

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Win for C-A Girls Tennis

C-A girls Tennis defeated Rensselaer girls 6-1 last Friday afternoon. Maggie Capra and Calli Boeri had to go to a 3rd set tie break in their respective matches before they prevailed. Alicia Decker, Emma Messick and the doubles team of Mairead McCarron and Shannon Maurer won their matches in straight sets. Next match is Tuesday home against Catskill!

 


C-A Varsity Football Defeats Taconic Hills

This past Saturday the C-A football team defeated Taconic Hills 16-6 to improve their record to 2-0. Zach Girvin rushed 23 times for 155 yards, with 1 rushing touchdown, and 1 passing touchdown to James Squier. Chris Goss also added to the Indians rushing game carrying the ball 14 times for 116 yards. Come support the team this Saturday 1pm at Angela Canna town park when the C-A Indians take on the Cairo-Durham Mustangs for the Greene County Cup.

 


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