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CA News June 7th

LOCKER CLEAN OUT AT THE HS: Students at the HS should plan to clean their lockers out during period 2 and 3 either Thursday June 9th or Friday June 10th. All lockers must be cleaned out by the end of 3rd period on the 10th and students will not have access to their lockers after that date. …
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CA News June 6th

LOCKER CLEAN OUT AT THE HS: Students at the HS should plan to clean their lockers out during period 2 and 3 either Thursday June 9th or Friday June 10th. All lockers must be cleaned out by the end of 3rd period on the 10th and students will not have access to their lockers after that date.

Seniors, we will be collecting iPads tomorrow in English classes. Please make sure you have followed the written isntructions and backed up everything important. If you need help please go to the Tech office of Genius Bar. Please make sure the iPad is charged …

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CA News June 3rd

LOCKER CLEAN OUT AT THE HS: Students at the HS should plan to clean their lockers out during period 2 and 3 either Thursday June 9th or Friday June 10th. All lockers must be cleaned out by the end of 3rd period on the 10th and students will not have access to their lockers after that date.

Mr. K and Mr. Malsan would like to congratulate all of their students for a wonderful job at last night's Spring Concert. You all sounded great and it was a pleasure to conduct you.

Good news, students! Yearbooks are in! They will be on sale …

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CA News June 2nd

Do you need a summer job? Here's your opportunity...Sleepy Hollow Lake is now hiring lifegaruds. For more information contact Sleepy Hollow Lake directly. Give a call today - $9.25/hour + it looks great on your resume!



Attention all girls interested in playing Volleyball this fall: There will be a mandatory Girls Volleyball meeting on Thursday, June 2nd, 10th period in Room #268.

There is a full Jazz Band rehearsal TODAY 10th period.

The Music Department would like to invite everyone to their Spring Concert tonight at 7pm. Come out, enjoy some fun music and see those special seniors in their final …

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Coxsackie Varsity Boys Fall Short

TROY — Despite a grand slam by Vinny Multari, No. 3 Coxsackie-Athens came up short in its bid for the Section II, Class B championship, falling to No. 1 Hoosic Valley, 8-5, at Joe Bruno Stadium on Wednesday.
“They weren’t expecting to be here, they fought and they came through. We had some big hits today, we had opportunities to win today and we gave it our all, all the way through. I’m real proud of them,” C-A coach Curt Wilkinson said of his team.
C-A (16-6) loaded the bases with one out in the top of the first, but Hoosic Valley …

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CA News May 26

The deadline to register for the Drivers' Education Program this summer is on Friday, 05.27. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Moussea in Student Services for a registration form.

Your CA Indians brought home the Class B 2nd place plaque last night after falling in a battle against reigning State Champs Hoosic Valley. Hoosic Valley jumped out first with two runs scored ona double. The Indians struck back in the second, thanks to Vinny Multari's Grand Slam blast. Gil Bell started that inning off with a base hit while Adam Evans and Justice Middaugh walked to load the bases. Vinny …

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CA News May 25

The deadline to register for the Drivers' Education Program this summer is on Friday, 05.27. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Moussea in Student Services for a registration form.

Attention all field hockey players: There will be a mandatory meeting Wednesday, May 25th in the MS gym during period 10. This meeting is for all modified. JV and Varsity players. Note: Mandatory. This means you must show up if you plan to play field hockey next year at any level. There is a lot of information that you will need. If there is a real reason why you cannot make …

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CA News May 24

The deadline to register for the Drivers' Education Program this summer is on Friday, 05.27. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Moussea in Student Services for a registration form.

Attention all field hockey players: There will be a mandatory meeting Wednesday, May 25th in the MS gym during period 10. This meeting is for all modified. JV and Varsity players. Note: Mandatory. This means you must show up if you plan to play field hockey next year at any level. There is a lot of information that you will need. If there is a real reason why you cannot make …

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CA News May 23

Attention all field hockey players: There will be a mandatory meeting Wednesday, May 25th in the MS gym during period 10. This meeting is for all modified. JV and Varsity players. Note: Mandatory. This means you must show up if you plan to play field hockey next year at any level. There is a lot of information that you will need. If there is a real reason why you cannot make the meeting, you MUST come see Mrs. Loughran.

The Varsity Baseball team and Voorheesville each put runners in scoring position on Saturday, but your Indians capitalized on more RBI opportunities, …

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CA Track!

At the post season meeting, Miranda Hartmann and Zach Peterson were voted most valuable players for the track and field team and Anna Marino and James Heitzinger were awarded most improved players.

 


Indians head to title game

No. 3 Coxsackie-Athens 4, No. 2 Voorheesville 3
SARATOGA -- Thanks to some timely hitting and a solid pitching performance from Vinny Multari, Coxsackie-Athens is headed to the Section II Class B championship game.
Multari came within one out of pitching a complete game, holding the potent Voorheesville lineup in check as the Indians upended the Blackbirds, 4-3, Saturday at Veteran's Park in Saratoga.
Multari struck out five, walked just one and surrendered eight hits and three runs in 6 2-3 innings. James Squier came in with two on and two out in the seventh and promptly retired the only batter he faced …

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CA News May 20th

Seniors we have three outstanding scholarships to be handed in. The Mary Smith, Coxsackie-Athens Booster Club and the Coxsackie-Athens Community Voluntary Scholarship. All paperwork for these scholarships regardless of what the due date is on them must be turned in to Student Services no later than may 25. If you should have any questions please stop in to see Mrs. Mousseau.

The Varsity Boys Baseball team fended off Tamarac's late push, to win 3-2 yesterday afternoon at McQuade Park in Patroon Conference Sectional play. Zach Girvin got the win thanks to six strikeouts. Girvin allowed two earned runs on seven hits …

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CA News

Seniors we have three outstanding scholarships to be handed in. The Mary Smith, Coxsackie-Athens Booster Club and the Coxsackie-Athens Community Voluntary Scholarship. All paperwork for these scholarships regardless of what the due date is on them must be turned in to Student Services no later than may 25. If you should have any questions please stop in to see Mrs. Mousseau.

One week from today is our Bubble Ball Soccer Fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Soccer Team! Plan on attending to see our Faculty & Staff Run, Hit, Bump, Flip, and Bounce into each other. $5 to watch.

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CA News May 18

If you are ineligible and are planning on going to the Prom, you must stay 3 10th periods this week with a teacher in a course you are failing in order to be eligible to go to the Prom. You can get an ineligibility release form from Mrs. Cure.

Attention all Students & Staff: Check your email to vote for Prom Court. Voting ends Thursday at 3:10.

Prom Committee members: See Mrs. Breen about stage decorating this week.

Attention Juniors: Senior portraits will be taken in the weight room today. Please check your email for info regarding Senior portraits. Please see Mr. Pray …

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C-A Budget Vote Passed

Voters approved the 2016-17 budget proposal 514 YES to 253 NO, a 67% approval.
This was the highest approval percentage since 1990 and 1973 which also had 67% passing rates.

Mike Donahue had 599 votes
Seph Garland had 517 votes
Maureen Hanse had 613 votes

Thank you to Leslie Copleston the administrative team, the Board of Education and everyone who provided helpful input during the planning process. …

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CA News May 17th

Due to today's Budget Vote, busses will be loading in the front of the HS today.

If you are ineligible and are planning on going to the Prom, you must stay 3 10th periods this week with a teacher in a course you are failing in order to be eligible to go to the Prom. You can get an ineligibility release form from Mrs. Cure.

Attention all Students & Staff: Check your email to vote for Prom Court. Voting ends Thursday at 3:10.

Prom Committee members: See Mrs. Breen about stage decorating this week.



Attention Seniors: Please hand in your Senior Banquet …

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C-A drops final against Catskill

Catskill earned at least a share of the Patroon Conference baseball championship behind a strong pitching performance from Nik Kimmel with a 2-1 victory over Coxsackie-Athens on Saturday at Ricky Cramer Field.
Catskill finished the regular season 13-3 in the Patroon and will own sole possession of the title should Chatham beat Hudson (12-3) today. That game will be played at 3 p.m. in Hudson.

Coxsackie-Athens, which sat atop the Patroon standings for most of the season, finished with an 11-5 league record, but dropped five of its last seven games after a 9-0 start.
"It was really intense, but it was a …

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CA News May 16th

The folllowing students should come to Student Services to see Mrs. Mousseau at some point today: Tyler Cardinale, Nate Oathout, Gage Scheir, Jacelyn Dean, Connor Hillicoss, Thomas Crandall, Madison Williams, Devun Rexford, Crystal Beatty.

Attention Juniors: Prom Committee members see Mrs. Breen about stage decorating this week.

Attention Junior and Senior Prom Court members: You must see Mrs. Breen to pick up important information about Prom.

Attention Seniors: Are you interested in attending the Senior Banquet, Baccalauteate or the Senior Trip? Your deadline of Tuesday, May 17 is fast approaching to submit your permission slip to Mr. Carlson. you will not be permitted …

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Sanders beats Clinton in West Virginia

(CNN)Bernie Sanders will win the West Virginia primary Tuesday, CNN projects, besting Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.

Sanders' victory serves as a reminder to Clinton that despite her looming showdown with presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, she has yet to formally wrap up her own party's presidential nomination.
"We now have won primaries and caucuses in 19 states," Sanders said at a rally in Salem, Oregon Tuesday evening. "Let me be as clear as I can be. We are in this campaign to win the Democratic nomination."
Sanders acknowledged, however that he faces an uphill climb. And he added a subtle hint that he …

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School Store to Reopen!

The school Store will re open Friday May 6th restocked with food!

 


Ted Cruz drops presidential bid

(CNN)Ted Cruz bowed out of the Republican presidential race Tuesday following a crushing loss to Donald Trump in Indiana, clearing the path for the real estate mogul to clinch the GOP nomination.

It was a remarkable turn of events in a presidential primary race that seemed destined -- just weeks ago -- to end in a contested convention this summer. Even in the final hours of the race in the Hoosier State, Cruz insisted he was staying in the race until June 7 -- going so far as to attack his rival during a news conference as a "pathological liar" unfit …

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Meredith Ferenczy Records An Album

C-A Junior Meredith Ferenczy has recorded an album and is available to watch by clicking the link below!

 


National Teacher Appreciation Day

Today is May 3, but in schools around the country, many are taking the time to acknowledge a teacher.

It's National Teacher Appreciation Day.

So, teachers put down those lesson plans and head out to celebrate at one of the many businesses offering you a discount or even a free meal.

Teachers and staff who show school ID on May 3 at select Chick-fil-A locations will get a free chicken sandwich. Call your location to see if they're doing this.

PDQ Restaurant is offering a free combo meal for teachers as well.

Chipotle is offering a BOGO deal from 3 p.m. to close on burritos, …

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C-A Boys Tennis Wins

The C-A boys tennis won against Hudson 4-3. Winners inculde: Buddy Savasta 6-1 and 6-4, Cole Stannard 6-3, 3-6 and 6-6, Leonard Warren 6-4 and 6-4, Mike Wais, Joe Piccilo 2-6, 6-4, 6-4

 


Indians remain perfect on diamond

CAIRO — Coxsackie-Athens remained unbeaten in Patroon Conference baseball play with a 5-2 victory over winless Cairo-Durham on Wednesday.
The Indians got out early on Mustangs pitcher Matt Wayman, scoring one in the top of the first inning off of an RBI single to centerfield from Vince Multari, driving home Lorenzo Richardson from second.
The Indians would get on the board once again in the top of the third inning off of a fielder’s choice to third base off of the bat of Multari, third baseman Michael Panicola gobbled it up, threw home to try and gun Richardson out at the plate, …

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Singer Prince dies at 57

Prince Rogers Nelson, the artist known as Prince, who pioneered "the Minneapolis sound" and took on the music industry in his fight for creative freedom, has died, according to a family member reached by CNN. He was 57. The family member asked not to be identified.
Earlier this month, Prince said he wasn't feeling well, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and canceled at least one concert in the city. Some days later, he took the stage in Atlanta to perform. After that concert, the singer's plane made an emergency landing, the singer's spokesperson Yvette Noel-Schure told CNN. At the time …

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C-A News May 13th

Diederichs RV Mart is offering three scholarship for students who have helped in their community. This scholarship is not based on GPA but on what you have done for your community. Come down to Student Services and pick up your 1 page application.

Attention Seniors: Are you interested in attending the Senior Banquet, Baccalauteate or the Senior Trip? Your deadline of Tuesday, May 17 is fast approaching to submit your permission slip to Mr. Carlson. you will not be permitted to attend any of the Senior events should you fail to hand in this form.

Attention Juniors! Be sure to check your …

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New York's primary results

(CNN)Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton came home to New York and both won big.

Trump used his dominating victory as an opportunity to make his case that the only way he'll be denied the Republican nomination is if the game is rigged.RNC chief dismisses Trump's comments as 'hyperbole'
Clinton reveled in her win, which broke Bernie Sanders' string of successes in the West and Midwest.
The victories pushed both candidates much closer to their parties' nominations, leaving their opponents no room for error if either is to be stopped.
By Eric Bradner


 


Prom ticket give away!

This weeks winner is Indie Newman.
The E-Commerce class would like to thank all the students who participated in this years contest.


 


Coxsackie-Athens Continues Their Undefeated Run

COXSACKIE — Marcus Dunckle crossed the plate on a passed ball with no outs in the bottom of the eighth inning as Coxsackie-Athens kepts its perfect record intact with a 5-4 victory over Chatham in Thursday’s Patroon Conference baseball action.
“I was happy with our effort,” C-A coach Curt Wilkinson said. “We only have four kids returning, so we’re very young and don’t have a lot of experience. We’re constantly learning. What we have is a bunch of athletes learning to play baseball. That inexperience nearly cost us today. We had some outfield miscues and threw the ball around in the …

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Tim Tebow for congress?

(CNN)A conservative website is calling on former University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow to run for a newly vacant U.S. House of Representatives seat in the state, describing the favorite son as "the perfect fit" for the spot.
In an editorial titled "Tim Tebow for Congress," the editors of Red Alert Politics endorse Tebow, who famously won two national championships and a Heisman award at the University of Florida, for Florida's 4th district.
The district, which encompasses the Jacksonville-area, is where Tebow grew up, and was represented by Congressman Ander Crenshaw, a Republican who is retiring.
"Talks have circled around a sheriff, a …

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Catskill minister earns military commendation

By Greg Hudson Columbia-Greene Media
After nearly three decades of service to her nation’s military, Catskill minister Suzette Turpin has been awarded the Conspicuous Service Medal by the New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs.
Turpin has spent nearly 30 years with the DMNA, the agency which oversees more than 16,000 members of the New York Army National Guard and New York Air National Guard, according to DMNA Director of Public Relations Eric Durr.
The Conspicuous Service Medal is awarded to individuals who distinguish themselves through exceptionally meritorious service in a capacity of great responsibility, according to a press release.
“Turpin distinguished …

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CA Boys defeat Green Tech

COXSACKIE — James Squier blasted a walk-off three-run homer with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning to lift undefeated Coxsackie-Athens to a 6-3 victory over Green Tech in Friday’s Patroon Conference baseball game at home.
With the scored tied 3-3, Adam Evans drew a one-out walk to start the last of the eighth. Justin Hatch followed with a walk, setting the stage for Squier, who took the first offering from Eagles pitcher Lak’yi Russell over the wall in left field to give the Indians the victory.
C-A (4-0, 2-0) got on the board first with two runs in the …

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American Idol Crowns Final Winner

(CNN)"American Idol" ended its run Thursday night with a win that left even the judges surprised.
Mississippi farm boy Trent Harmon beat out fellow Mississippi resident La'Porsha Renae to become the winner of "Idol's" 15th and final season.
Renae had been heavily favored to win, having spent almost the entire season being lauded by the judges and fans for her strong vocals. But Harmon, another fan favorite, gave her more than a run for her money during Wednesday night's competitive show.
After host Ryan Seacrest announced 25-year-old Harmon as the winner, judge Harry Connick Jr. could be seen mouthing the word "Wow."
It was …

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Filipino teen went viral after dunking on LeBron

The views are spectacular.
From the mezzanine level of Cathedral High School, sight lines to Los Angeles' skyline are as unobstructed as they are breathtaking.
But the towering, awe-inspiring glitz, outlined against an ever-present seductive arrangement of cloud, sunshine and blue, still can't draw his eye.
The purple-clad football team stretches on the field just below while cheerleaders practice routines and fan themselves in the heat. A group of geeky science kids sit with their legs crossed on a picnic table on the main campus, with books and charts splayed out in front of them. They take breaks only to check their social …

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Monster 780-pound gator caught in Florida

(CNN)Talk about a big catch! This massive alligator was recently tracked down by hunters at Outwest Farmsin Okeechobee, Florida.
Outwest Farms owner Lee Lightsey, along with his son Mason, his guide Blake Godwin and two hunters discovered the creature Saturday at one of the ponds on their private ranch.
"We were on a hunt for hogs and happened to come across the gator. There are natural ponds and waterways around for the cows to drink," Godwin told CNN.
"There are lots of gators out there," Lightsey told CNN. "It's the start of mating season. This was a big one."
'Godzilla'-sized gator discovered in parking …

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C-A girls win opener

PATROON SOFTBALL
Coxsackie-Athens 6, Hudson 5
COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens rallied in the bottom of the seventh inning to down Hudson 6-5 in both teams' Patroon Conference varsity softball opener on Saturday at C-A.
Lexi Varade picked up the win on the mound for the Lady Indians, giving up four earned runs on six hits and five walks with four strikeouts.
At the plate, Kaitlyn Martell led the way, going 2 for 3 with two RBIs while Sage Pahl went 1 for 4 with two RBIs in picking up the game-winning hit. Rachel Dorr also went 1 for 4 with an RBI.
For Hudson, Lauren Bowes …

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Nova's buzzer beater to win the championship

This is a five-second stretch that will be replayed for years to come.
With a buzzer-beating three-point shot by junior forward Kris Jenkins, No. 2 seed Villanova won the NCAA men's basketball championship over No. 1 seed North Carolina on Monday night. It's the first buzzer beater on a three-pointer in national championship history.
Both teams recount how the final seconds unfolded.
13 seconds left
After Villanova junior guard Josh Hart hit two free throws to make it 74-71, UNC inbounded the ball with 13 seconds to go. While off balance, UNC senior guard Marcus Paige hit an acrobatic three-point shot with 4.7 seconds …

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Coxsackie Indians win over Hudson Bluehawks

Coxsackie-Athens 11, Hudson 7
COXSACKIE — If Saturday’s game is any indication, Coxsackie-Athens and Hudson will be two of the top hitting varsity baseball teams in the Patroon Conference this season.
The two squads combined for 23 hits, including 10 for extra bases, but it was the Indians that were able to pull out an 11-7 victory at Coxsackie-Athens High School.
Hudson got on the board first with a two-run first inning. Tyler Drahushuk got things going by reaching on an infield error and stealing second base. Josh Moon followed with an RBI single, went to third on Antonio Fisher’s double and scored …

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Red Sox bench $95M third baseman

When the Boston Red Sox signed Pablo Sandoval in the winter of 2014, their hope was surely that he would take his game to new heights.
Instead, Sandoval has gone down, down and down some more. And on Thursday morning, you could practically hear the THUD of him hitting bottom.
Signed for $95 million just 16 months ago, the word out of Red Sox camp is that Sandoval is no longer the club's starting third baseman. As reported by Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe, Boston skipper John Farrell has handed that job to the upstart candidate, Travis Shaw.
In explaining himself, Farrell …

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C-A Defeats Stillwater

STILLWATER — Coxsackie-Athens grabbed an early lead and never looked back in defeating Stillwater 9-3 in Wednesday’s nonleague varsity baseball gameThe Indians jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning when Lorenzo Richardson, Zach Girvin and Adam Evans walked, Justin Hatch singled in two runs and Joe Tedford singled in another.
After Stillwater plated two in the bottom of the first, C-A added a run in the third when Evans singled, took second on an error, went to third on a passed ball and scored on Hatch’s sacrifice fly to center.
The Indians tacked on four more in the fifth. …

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Coxsackie Athens- 5 Bishop Gibbons- 3

COXSACKIE — Zach Girvin and Adam Evans combined to strike out 16 batters as Coxsackie-Athens opened its season with a 5-3 victory over Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons in Tuesday’s nonleague varsity baseball game.

Girvin (4bb,4h,2r) started on the hill and fanned nine in three innings of work, while Evans (3bb,2h,1r) went the last four and struck out seven, including the last two batters to end the game.
The Indians spotted Gibbons a 2-0 lead early as the Knights plated single runs in the first and third.
C-A pushed across its first run in the bottom of the third when Marcus Dunckle singled, stole second, …

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Losing your brother to ISIS

Antwerp, Belgium (CNN)Mohamed Amin Chaib wouldn't meet with us in his home or even his neighborhood. The reason was simple: The topic of conversation was his brother, and he didn't want anyone to see a television crew around.
That's because Mohamed Amin's brother is a brutal and prolific ISIS executioner. In an organization that revels in barbarity, the hands of Hicham Chaib are more openly soaked in blood than most.
But Hicham's latest ISIS video -- an on-camera murder -- was the last straw for his family, coming days after the horrific terror attacks in Brussels that claimed more than 30 innocent …

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C-A Mock Trial Victorious

By Melanie Lekocevic Columbia-Greene Media
COXSACKIE-ATHENS — While lots of high school students are busy hitting the books and athletic fields, how many are preparing cross-examinations and prepping witnesses for the courtroom?
The 15 students of the Coxsackie-Athens High School mock trial team, that’s who.
For Coxsackie-Athens High School, the team this week competed against Hudson High School in the Columbia County Court in front of the Honorable Jonathan Nichols, and came out victorious.
The next step will be the bi-county finals, to go head to head with the mock trial team from Windham-Ashland-Jewett High School.
The Coxsackie-Athens team has participated in the annual competition …

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Game Night at the HS Library

In case you missed the announcement: The Library club is hosting a Game Night in the high school library Wednesday from 3:30 to 7:00. Everyone is welcome. Bring your own games and/or snacks or just bring yourself! …
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Brussels bombers are said to be brothers

Two brothers blew themselves up duringbloody terrorist attacks in Belgium's capital that once again rattled Europe to its core, the country's federal prosecutor said Wednesday.
Prosecutor Frederic Van Leeuw identified Ibrahim El Bakraoui as one of the suicide bombers atthe Brussels airport and his brother, Khalid El Bakraoui, as the man behind the deadly suicide blast about an hour later near the Maelbeek metro station.
There has been no official word yet on the identity of two other men seen, alongside Ibrahim El Bakraoui, pushing luggage carts through the Brussels Airport in a photo released by authorities Tuesday.
One of those unidentified men …

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Soccer's richest two teams to face off

(CNN)When Middle East backers bought Manchester City in 2008 and Paris Saint-Germain in 2011, respectively, their eyes were surely on Europe's top football prize: The Champions League.
After Friday, one is sure to get a step closer to the final in Milan on May 28.
Manchester City was pitted against PSG in next month's quarterfinals, arguably the standout pairing from the draw in Nyon, Switzerland.
Though both clubs are supported by oil-rich owners who have invested heavily -- City's from Abu Dhabi, PSG's from Qatar -- neither has ever won the European title. City has reached the last eight in the competition for …

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Homeless man rewarded with $100,000

(CNN)It was customary for Matthew Hay-Chapman to go to McDonald's each day. He lived in a San Francisco park near the fast-food restaurant and would go to get coffee in the morning.
In January while on his routine walk to get his cup of Joe, he saw a white van in the nearby Whole Foods parking lot. It was odd. People appeared to be sleeping inside.
One man got out of the van, and Hay-Chapman recognized him from the newspapers he salvaged from the garbage cans. It was one of three escaped convicts from Santa Ana. The whole state was looking for …

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Daylight Savings

(CNN)Ready or not, daylight saving time starts at 2 a.m. Sunday.
Loved by some, loathed by many, our biannual clock twirling ritual has wide-ranging and often surprising implications.
From energy use to our very health, here's a look at some of the mythology and facts surrounding DST.
It doesn't seem to be a huge energy saver
One of the most commonly offered rationales for daylight saving time (yes, it's "saving," not "savings") is the presumption that by extending summer daylight later into the evening, Americans would use less energy.
It was the reason Congress used in enacting daylight saving time during World War I and …

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School Store Has New Clothes

The school store now offers new hoodies and crew neck sweatshirts. The hoodies are $25 and the sweatshirts are $20. Come to the school store before they are sold out.

 


Patroon Bowling All Stars

MVP — Elijah Chewens, 194 average, Coxsackie-Athens
FIRST TEAM
Michael Taber, 192 (C-A)
Jacob Crews, 188 (Catskill)
Miranda Hartmann, 188 (C-A)
Kiora Christiana, 184 (Catskill)
Mark Randazzo, 182 (C-A)
Steve Bowes, 181 (Hudson)
SECOND TEAM
Kelsi Boehlke, 176 (Catskill)
Tom Burgess, 176 (Rensselaer)
Taylor Mignone, 175 (C-A)
Phil Decker, 175 (Cairo-Durham)
Isaiah Cerle, 174 (C-A)
Connor McCagg, 174 (Hudson)
Tyler Torres, 174 (Rensselaer)
HIGH TRIPLE
Michael Taber, 785 (C-A)
Mark Randazzo, 722 (C-A)
Elijah Chewens, 698 (C-A)
HIGH GAME
Michael Taber, 278 (C-A)
Mark Randazzo, 278 (C-A)
Elijah Chewens, 266 (C-A)
Connor McCagg, 264 (Hudson)
FINAL STANDINGS
Coxsackie-Athens 12-0 (57-3)
Catskill 9-3 (45-15)
Rensselaer 9-3 (45-15)
Hudson 6-6 (31-29)
Chatham 3-9 (18-42)
Cairo-Durham 3-9 (12-48)
Taconic Hills 0-12 (1-59) …

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Library, fields remain contentious

COXSACKIE — With taxpayers poised to vote on the $17.9 million proposed capital project for the Coxsackie-Athens school district, voters Wednesday had the chance to ask questions and voice concerns about the plan.
Not surprisingly, the cost of the project, along with the proposal to install artificial turf on sports fields and to build a new library — which would put the high school and middle school libraries adjacent to one another — topped their list of concerns.
Held at Coxsackie Elementary School, roughly 20 residents turned out to listen to the details of the project, presented by Coxsackie-Athens School District Superintendent …

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American Airlines

(CNN)An American Airlines flight attendant has been charged after admitting to starting a fire on board a flight, the FBI said.

Authorities said Johnathan Tafoya-Montano was working on a flight traveling from Dallas to Detroit on February 1 when he reported a fire in the rear lavatory and then extinguished it.

MORE: Open door forces passenger plane to turn back

The plane, which was already near the Detroit airport when the pilot reported the fire to the control tower, landed without incident.

Why did a pilot flush ammo during a flight?

Why did a pilot flush ammo during a flight? 01:20
The FBI said an investigation …

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C-A News April 20th

The Coxsackie Democratic Committee is once again offering a Scholarship. Please come to student services to pick up a copy of the application.

Attention Juniors: We need volunteers to sell popcorn on Thursday - Only a few more weeks to make $ before Prom - see Mrs. Breen by Thursday morning.

Attention all Drama Club members who are not in band or chorus: See Mr K. today if you are interested in getting information about a potential trip to NYC to see a Broadway show.

Time is NOT on your side - no, it's not! Attention students: Did you know that April …

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Leap of Kindness: ‘Just like the old days’

COXSACKIE — Adding an extra day to the calendar every four years – known as Leap Year – is needed to keep the calendar and the Earth’s orbit in sync.
A loose-knit group of church volunteers decided to use the occasion as an opportunity to do an act of kindness as well.


 


C-A News March 2

The following students should come to Student Services at some point today: Connor Dedrick, Nick Gerber, Devyn Bagley, Maraih Finch, Valek Segura, Eric Post, Anthony Vining, Conner Mastmann, Matt Myer.

Seniors check your school email for The Schrader Scholarship from the Hudson Mohawk Road Runners Club is being offered for a student athletic runner. Deadline is April 1st.

The following student - Miranda Hartmann - please see Mr. Pray in Room 164 immediatley following these announcements.

Congratulations to the Mock Trial defense team on their victory over Hudson yesterday!

There will be a staff meeting of the CA Circuit student newspaper today during 10th …

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Spring Sports

Baseball is almost here; check back next week to see the roster. Softball is almost here as well, check back next week to see the roster. Track and field is right around the corner sprint back next week to see the roster. Boys tennis will be starting next week come back to next week to see the roster. …
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CA News February 29

Attention Sophomores! Class rings will be delivered on onday. A Josten's representative will deliver all ring orders in the cafeteria during all lunch periods on Monday, February 29th. Please see Mrs. Kearney if you have any questions.

Do you have a special talent? The Foreign Language Club's Talent Show is back! Show us what you're made of to win $20 and a shiny trophy. See Mrs. Decker to sign up today! Sign up sheets are in the HS office, with the Club officers and Mrs. Decker.

Christian Club has been moved to the 2nd Monday of every month. It will be held …

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Leap Year: Once every four years

Once every four years, an extra day is added to the calendar, and Leap Year just happens to be this Monday.
The Farmer's Almanac describes Leap Year as a year in which an extra day is added to the Gregorian calendar — Feb. 29. A person born on this day is considered a “leapling.”


 


Jadyn Coutte Channel 6 Interview

Please click on the link below to watch the interview.

 


County federation announce youth program dates

The Columbia County Sportsmen’s Federation (CCSF) and its member clubs recently released the dates and agenda for its highly successful Youth Outdoor Education Program, beginning with a three-hour turkey calling and hunting seminar on April 2.
Held at the Kalicoontie Rod & Gun Club, 333 Schneider Road, Livingston from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., it is the first of 17 free youth orientated events that will be held from April through October, each of which is aimed at introducing county youngsters ages 12-18 to the hunting, fishing, trapping and the shooting sports — the latter including a program on archery.


 


C-A News February 25

The Town & Country Women's Network is offering a scolarship for any senior who is attending a 1, 2 or 4 year post secondary program. Come down to Student Serivces to pick up your application.

The Community Foundation for the Great Capital Region administers scholarships for local students and last year awarded over $500,000. There is additional information on their website whcihw ill let you know which ones you can apply for. http://www.cfgcr.org/scholarships.php

Just a reminder: The Gene Robb Scholarship, which is for any HS senior who expects to study communications in college, deadline is March 4th. You can get more info …

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Hot pursuit of speeders in Palenville

CATSKILL — The Catskill Town Board wants to slow down speeders on Route 23 east of the hamlet.
Board members said at their February workshop meeting that the speed limit on the straightaway coming out of the hamlet may need increased enforcement.


 


C-A News February 24

The Community Foundation for the Great Capital Region administers scholarships for local students and last year awarded over $500,000. There is additional information on their website whcihw ill let you know which ones you can apply for. http://www.cfgcr.org/scholarships.php

Just a reminder: The Gene Robb Scholarship, which is for any HS senior who expects to study communications in college, deadline is March 4th. You can get more info in Student Services.

The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is offering a scholar incentive / merit award for HS seniors who reside in the Capital Region. Please come to Student Services to pick up your …

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C-A News February 23

The Community Foundation for the Great Capital Region administers scholarships for local students and last year awarded over $500,000. There is additional information on their website whcihw ill let you know which ones you can apply for. http://www.cfgcr.org/scholarships.php

Just a reminder: The Gene Robb Scholarship, which is for any HS senior who expects to study communications in college, deadline is March 4th. You can get more info in Student Services.

The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is offering a scholar incentive / merit award for HS seniors who reside in the Capital Region. Please come to Student Services to pick up your …

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Weather ups and downs to continue into spring

The warm and cold weather ups and downs area residents have been experiencing will continue well into the upcoming spring season.
While communities across the Hudson Valley and Capital Region experienced warmer temperatures this past weekend, the weather will not remain like this.


 


Prom Contest

Attention Students:
What does spring mean to you? Perhaps going to the prom, once again the scoresup website will offer free prom tickets. Check back for further updates.


 


C-A News February 22

On Tuesday, February 23rd, please support John Murphy's sister Robyn by wearing pink to school. It symbolizes the 2 month anniversary of her accident. Plan ahead and support her. All pictures that you take of yourself may be sent to 518.312.3857 along with the names of the people in the photos.

The Community Foundation for the Great Capital Region administers scholarships for local students and last year awarded over $500,000. There is additional information on their website whcihw ill let you know which ones you can apply for. http://www.cfgcr.org/scholarships.php

Just a reminder: The Gene Robb Scholarship, which is for any HS …

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C-A News Feb.12

CAIRO — An alternate source of water is high on the list of priorities for the Cairo Town Board this year.
Cairo Town Supervisor Daniel Benoit said Tuesday that the board discussed the need for at least one more source of water for the town at a Feb. 1 meeting.
Benoit said the board is investigating the possibility of utilizing wells on former Cedar Terrace Resort property located at 665 Main St. in Cairo.
“Julie and Steve Freeman own the property. We are going to see if the wells could meet the needs of people in town,” Benoit said. “We have to see …

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C-A February 11th

Seniors, don't miss this opportunity. Hartwick College will be here on Friday, Febraury 12 for Instant Admissions. Please come to Student Services to see Mrs. Mousseau for an application if you are interested.

Would you like to buy a delicious treat for your special someone? If so, the Sophomore Class will be selling treats 10th period today for $1, so stop in!

Attention all Drama Club cast: We will have our normal 3:30-6:30 rehearsal today but tomorrow, Friday we will start rehearsal at 2:30 for the entire cast and end at 6pm.

Jazz Band will rehearse today, 1st period.

Attention Interact Club members: …

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C-A Volleyball

C-A varsity volleyball beat Catskill on Wednesday night with a score of 3 sets to 1 set. Their last match will be tomorrow at Ichabod Crane.

 


C-A News February 10th

Seniors, don't miss this opportunity. Hartwick College will be here on Friday, Febraury 12 for Instant Admissions. Please come to Student Services to see Mrs. Mousseau for an application if you are interested.

The library will be closed, today 2/10/16 all day. No students may leave classrooms, study halls to go to the library.

Do you have a special talent? The Foreign Language Club's Talent Show is back! Show us what you're made of to win $20 and a shiny trophy. See Mrs. Decker to sign up today! Sign up sheets are in the HS office, with the Club officers and Mrs. …

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C-A Wrestlers In Action

The Patroon Conference made itself known in the upstate New York wrestling scene this past weekend with several local grapplers placing in various Section II Class Championships.
Following the Patroon Conference title this season, Coxackie-Athens earned a third place finish in a field of 12 in Class C action at Tamarac with 182.5 points. Individually, the Indians captured three first place finishes with Austin Wood at 120 pounds, Zach Peterson at 182 and Mason Osborn at 285.
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C-A also had three second place finishes with Anthony Vining at 138 pounds, Sean VanFonda at 160 and Devon Shader at 195.
“It was just an …

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C-A Girls Lose To Taconic Hills

CRARYVILLE — Taconic Hills ended its regular season with a bang on Tuesday night, defeating Coxsackie-Athens 60-12 in Patroon Conference varsity girls basketball action at home.
Brooke Monty led the Lady Titans with 16 points in the winning effort while Courtney Dearnley had 15 and Kylee DeRocha added 15.
For C-A Olivia Bradt had a team-high six points.
With the win, TH closes its season at 7-11.


 


C-A Beats Taconic Hills

CRARYVILLE — Coxsackie-Athens rallied in the fourth quarter to down Taconic Hills 69-65 in the final varsity boys basketball regular season game for both squads Tuesday night.
Isaiah Garvey led the Indians with 25 points in the win while Noel Alma had 18 and Thomas McGuigan added nine.
For TH, Russell Beck scored a team-high 22 points as Austin Shadic had 19 and Louis Mellan chipped in with 11.
“It was Senior night and graduating is Louis Mellan, Austin Shadic, Zach Churchill and Austin McComb,” TH coach Chris Preusser said. “I wish them well and they will be missed next year.”
C-A (69): I. …

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C-A Cheerleaders take 2nd place

COXSACKIE — It’s just the Coxsackie-Athens cheerleading team’s first year in competition, but the squad is already making noise.
On Saturday, the girls traveled to Guilderland for the Big Red Rah Rah competition and impressed. The Big Red Rah Rah featured a field of 46 teams and in the Lady Indians’ eight-team Division II, Small Varsity group, C-A came away with a second place finish.
“It was amazing. It was absolutely amazing,” cheer coach Stacy Serson-White said. “I’ve never been more proud of a group of girls.”
C-A formed a competitive cheerleading team last year, but the 2015-16 winter season marks the group’s …

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C-A News Feb. 9th

Seniors, don't miss this opportunity. Hartwick College will be here on Friday, Febraury 12 for Instant Admissions. Please come to Student Services to see Mrs. Mousseau for an application if you are interested.

Attention all Drama Club cast: Today's rehearsal is for everyone in Act 1 Scenes 4, 5 and everyone who is in the song and dance 'Freak Flag'. Rehearsal will end at 6pm today.

Attention All County Band members - we will rehearse 10th period today in the band room.

Do you have a special talent? The Foreign Language Club's Talent Show is back! Show us what you're made of …

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C-A Wrestling

Congratulations to the CA Wrestling team. Not only did they go undefeated this season and win the Patroon Conference Championship ( a first in CA history! ) they also finished 3rd this past weekend in Sectionals, advancing them to the State Qualifiers this upcoming weekend. CA will enter into the Glens Falls Civic Center with 10 place finishers (3 of them being Section Champs, another first in CA history) Ethan Foster, Champion Austin Wood, Anothony Vining, Matt St. Denis, Justice Middaugh, Sean VanFonda, Champion Zach Peterson, Devon Shader, Marc Martinez and Champion Mason Osborn will all wrestle for a chance …
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C-A Bowling

Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling Team on finishing in 6th place out of 19 teams at last Friday's Class B Sectionals! Top bowlers included: Elijah Chewens: 236 high game - 607 series, Michael Taber: 227 high game - 584 series, Miranda Hartmann: 213 high game, 584 - series. Bowlers are asked to check their school email for banquet information. Congratulations on a great season! …
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Hoop Shoot

ATHENS — The Knights Of Columbus Council 548 put on its annual Basketball Free Throw Competition last month at the Coxsackie-Athens High School.
Boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 14 years old participated. The Knights partnered with the local Police Athletic League (PAL) Basketball Program, as it has for the past three years.
“This has been a tremendous partnership with benefits going to our young participants. We had 11 winners and we congratulate them and all the other participants,” Richard Martin said. “Many thanks to all 38 participants and their families and to Dennis Kiefer, Rob Scott and Mike …

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C-A News February 8th

COXSACKIE ― The Coxsackie Police Athletic League hosted its second annual Winter Fest despite the lack of snow on the ground.
Over 120 people turned out Sunday to enjoy the warm sunshine at McQuade Park before they returned home to watch Super Bowl 50.
Coxsackie Police Sgt. Bill O'Brien said the weather this year was very warm compared to all of the snow on the ground in 2015.
“We had to use alternative methods to hold the festival this year, but it was very successful,” O'Brien said. “It's our second year now and we run it with the help of the Coxsackie-Athens High …

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NYC Crane Accident

Dramatic cell phone footage has captured the moment a construction crane crashed more than 200 feet to the ground in Manhattan this morning killing one and injuring three.
The crane, at 57 Worth Street near Church Street and West Broadway in Tribeca, was being lowered and secured when it plummeted at 8:24am, clipping two buildings as it fell on a line of parked cars.
A 38-year-old man, David Wiches, was sitting in his car when he was killed on the scene. A 45-year-old female who suffered a leg injury and a cut to the head has been transferred to Beekman …

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C-A News February 5th

If you are a resident in the New Baltimore Fire District and plan on attending a 2 or 4 year technical school, come down to Student Services to pick up an application for a scholarship.

Attention all Drama Club cast: We need everyone who is in Act 2 Scenes 8 & 9, which includes all fairy tale characters, as well as all the rats and the 3 blind mice.

Nicole Whitbeck: please see Mr. K sometime today.

Do you have a special talent? The Foreign Language Club's Talent Show is back! Show us what you're made of to win $20 and a …

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C-A Soccer Players

February 3rd marks the National Letter of Intent Signing Day for Perspective Student-Athletes signing in 2015-2016 and enrolling in 2016-2017. We recently celebrated 5 seniors who have been accepted and are planning on playing Women's Soccer at the collegiate level. Congratulations to: Sydney Buhrke, Hudson Valley Community College Izabella Coleman, Southern Vermont College Genevieve DeFrancesco, SUNY Plattsburgh Danielle DeVinney, Lancaster Bible College Alexis Pascuzzi, SUNY Cortland We will hold a second "signing day" in March for the rest of our teammates and C-A student-athletes to be recognized for their commitment to play at the collegiate level, as well.

 


C-A News February 4th

If you are a resident in the New Baltimore Fire District and plan on attending a 2 or 4 year technical school, come down to Student Services to pick up an application for a scholarship.

Attention all Drama Club cast: Today's & tomorrow's rehearsals need everyone who is in the song and dance 'Freak Flag' to be at rehearsal.

Do you have a special talent? The Foreign Language Club's Talent Show is back! Show us what you're made of to win $20 and a shiny trophy. See Mrs. Decker to sign up today! Sign up sheets are in the HS office, with …

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Boys Varsity Basketball Wins

Yesterday evening C-A varsity boys defeated Maple Hill with a score of 62-46. It was a very intense game all the way to the end. Your top 3 scorers were Isaiah Garvey and Noel Alma with 12 points, and Marcus Dunckle with 11. The C-A boys will face Rensselaer tomorrow in Rensslear at 7.

 


Philmont bank generates interest

CATSKILL — The Bank of Greene County may be heading toward opening its 14th full-service office if bank officials determine the location warrants it.
The potential site is Columbia County’s village of Philmont, and the subject has come up because Key Bank, the community’s only bank, has announced it is closing its Philmont location in late April.
Philmont Mayor Clarence Speed has since said he hopes the Bank of Greene County, with whom the municipality already does business, will come in and fill the void, and on Tuesday BoGC President Don Gibson said the idea is of interest.
“We’re certainly looking at it,” …

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C-A News February 3rd

If you are a resident in the New Baltimore Fire District and plan on attending a 2 or 4 year technical school, come down to Student Services to pick up an application for a scholarship.

There will be a staff meeting of the CA Circuit student newspaper today during 10th period in the HS library. All interested students are invited to attend.

Do you have a special talent? The Foreign Language Club's Talent Show is back! Show us what you're made of to win $20 and a shiny trophy. See Mrs. Decker to sign up today! Sign up sheets are in the …

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C-A Bowling

Congratulations to the Varsity bowling Team on their win aganist Catskill yesterday. C-A defeated Catskill with a score 4 to 1. The top 3 bowlers were Miranda Hartmann: 226 High Game,651 Series, Isaiah Cerle: 214 High Game, 548 Series, Taylor Mignone: 205 High Game: 541 Series. C-A finishes the regular season undefeated and heads to Boulevard Bowl in Schenectady on Friday for the class B sectionals tournament. Good luck bowlers!!!!

 


Athens Farmers

ATHENS – Farm-to-table is one of the hottest new trends in healthy nutrition, and locally Field Goods is one of the top ways people are making it happen.
The company, which opened in 2011 with founder Donna Williams making food deliveries from the back of her station wagon, opened its new facility Friday to much fanfare.
Field Goods is a food distribution company that offers a year-round weekly subscription service that delivers produce from small farms to its customers.
Deliveries are made to workplaces and community sites, such as schools, libraries and other central locations in communities around the Capital Region.
Simplifying the concept, …

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C-A News February 2nd

Attention all Drama Club cast - today's rehearsal is for everyone in Act 2, Scenes 3 and 4, which includes the 3 Blind Mice, and we also want the 4 Rats today - Liz Heinzinger, Kathryn Casey, Victoria Anderson and Tara Josberger. Rehearsals are now going until 6pm.

All County Band Members - We will rehearse today, 10th period in the Band Room.

Attention all Mock Trial team members: Practice is today, 5:30-6:30 in Mr. Perlee's room.

Do you have a special talent? The Foreign Language Club's Talent Show is back! Show us what you're made of to win $20 and a …

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C-A Bowlers Remain Undefeated

C-A Bowlers defeated Rensselaer with a score of 5-0. Top bowlers include Micheal Taber with a high score of 278 high 785 series, Miranda Hartmann and Isaish Cerle. Next match is Tuesday against Catskill.

 


C-A’s Coutte selected for Team USA

Defensive lineman Jadyn Coutté has been named to the U.S. Under-17 National Team and will compete against Canada in the 2016 International Bowl at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, on February 5, 8:00 pm on ESPN3.
Coutté is one of 59 of the nation’s best high school football players to be selected for this honor to represent Team USA.
Four high school-aged U.S. National Teams will compete against national teams from Canada in the seventh annual International Bowl series.
All US National Teams are assembled and managed by USA Football, which is recognized as the sport’s national governing body by the …

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Blizzard causes parts of Northeast shut down

Washington (CNN)Dave Schneider shook his head as he surveyed the scene around him.

Inside a stadium parking lot, there were mountains of snow piled high as far as the eye could see.

"It's a horror show," the dump truck driver said. "It's just, there's no way to keep up with it right now."

Days after a blizzard clobbered the East Coast, officials across the region were still dealing with a difficult problem: where to put all the snow.

In Washington, truckloads of snow came rumbling into the parking lot of RFK Stadium, where city officials said they planned to bring a machine that can …

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C-A News February 1, 2016

There will be a Prom Committee meeting today during 10th period in Mrs. Roberg's room.

Attention all Drama Club cast and crew - please make note that starting today our daily rehearslas will go until 6pm. Today's rehearsal is for all people in Act 2 Scene 2 and Act 1 Scene 4.

Do you have a special talent? The Foreign Language Club's Talent Show is back! Show us what you're made of to win $20 and a shiny trophy. See Mrs. Decker to sign up today! Sign up sheets are in the HS office, with the Club officers and Mrs. Decker. …

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C-A Wrestlers Win the Conference

Congratulations to the C-A Wrestling program on their undefeated season and on winning the Patroon Conference championship for the first time in C-A history. Great job everyone!

 


CGCC Art Show

Rachel Dorr and Mairead McCarran will be representing CA at this juried show! It takes place Tuesday January 26 from 4pm- 6pm at the CGCC Art Building.

 


C-A loses to Chatham

CHATHAM — Chatham limited Coxsackie-athens to three second-half points and cruised to a 54-17 victory in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference girls basketball game.
Chatham led 18-6 and 28-14 at the first two quarter stops, and then put the game out of reach with a 15-1 run in the third quarter.
Haleigh McKay paced the Panthers with 15 points. Brooke-lyn Doyle added 11.
“We had been struggling on the offensive end, so we tried to get to them early with some pressure defense to create some easy opportunities,” Chatham coach John Roloson said. “The girls made some good reads tonight and executed well to get …

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Jv Girls Basketball Beat Chatham

Congratulations to the JV Girls Basketball team for beating Chatham, 27-21. High scorer was Anya Josberger with 13 points. Jordan Keller added 6 and Alex Myer & Kezia Decker both knocked in 4 points. Nice job, ladies. …
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C-A Wrestling Pulls a Close Victory

Coxsackie-Athens 41, Maple Hill 40
COXSACKIE — In a match that saw nine pins in total, Coxsackie-Athens squeaked out a 41-40 victory over Maple Hill in Patroon Conference varsity wrestling action Thursday at C-A.
Indians’ Mason Osborn picked up the quickest pin of the evening in just 21 seconds.
The two teams will meet again today in the Joe McCabe Invitational Tournament at Maple Hill which begins at 10 a.m.
Results: 99 — Foster (CA) won by forfeit; 106 — Merhige (MH) pinned Cruz, 2:59; 113 — Reese (MH) won by forfeit; 120 — Wood (CA) pinned Leahon, 4:48; J. Warren (MH) def. Warren; …

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C-A Bowling Beat Cairo

The C-A Bowlers beat Cairo with a score of 5 to 0. Elijah Chewens had a high game of 266 and a 698 series. Kenny Scott had a high game of 255 with a 617 series and Mike Taber had a high game of 215 with a 598 series. Next match is next Thursday against Rensselaer at Sparetime Lanes in East Greenbush. Good job Bowlers. …
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Capital Dist.Future City® Selects Benito Flores

Albany, New York– The Capital District Future City® Competition has selected Benito C. Flores from Earlton, NY as their 2015-2016 Alumni of the Year. The scholarship comes with an award of $500. It is awarded to alumnus of the Capital District Future City Competition held in Albany, NY and to those who plan to attend/are currently enrolled in an accredited engineering or engineering technology program or a pre-engineering program. The scholarship is available to all graduating high school seniors and current undergraduate college students.

Benito Flores is an alumni of the Coxsackie-Athens Jr/Sr High School Future City Program. He …

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C-A Boys Basketball Fall To Greenville

GREENVILLE — Greenville picked up a hard-fought victory over Coxsackie-Athens on Tuesday night, downing the Indians 54-53 in Patroon Conference boys varsity basketball action at home.
“What a great game — back-and-forth the whole way,” Greenville coach Steve Bartholomew said. “Both team played with passion and energy. Neither would give in.”
With the game tight in the first half, Spartans’ Cole Ackerman nailed a 3-pointer at the buzzer to put his team ahead entering intermission. Ackerman would pull through again for his team at the final buzzer, converting on a lay-up off a full court pass from Bryan Drossel to win the …

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C-A Girls defeat Titians

Congratualtions to the JV Girls BB team for taking down the Taconic Hills Titians in a very exciting win, 30-26. High scorers include Anya Josberger and Jordan Keller. The girls next game is in Greenville. Good luck Lady Indians. …
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Could you guarantee yourself a Powerball jackpot

Here's the theory: At $2 a ticket and 1 in 292 million odds, you could seemingly buy every Powerball combination for "just" $584 million -- and still walk away with a massive profit.
The lump-sum jackpot payment is estimated to be about $868 million. That alone would give you a handsome $284 million profit if you bought every ticket. And since there are $92 million in lower-tier prizes, you'd win all of those too. And by flooding the system with all those tickets you purchased, the lump-sum value of the jackpot would rise by $200 million -- which you'd be guaranteed …

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State of the Union Address 2016

President Obama will deliver his final State of the Union address on Jan. 12, a speech expected to cover everything from the Islamic State threat to the economy to gun control.

 


CA Varsity Boys Wins Against Taconic Hills

Coxsackie-Athens 54, Taconic Hills 37
COXSACKIE — Isaiah Garvey poured in a game-high 25 points to lead Coxsackie-Athens to a 54-37 victory over Taconic Hills on Friday night in Patroon Conference varsity boys basketball action.
James Squier added 12 points to the Indians’ cause while Tyler Orovsky picked up seven in his first game on the varsity level.
For TH, Russell Beck had 19 points in the loss as Ron Piper added nine.
C-A (3-5) visits Greenville while the Titans host Hudson on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
C-A (54): N. Alma 1-0-2; M. Dunkle 2-0-5 (1); I. Garvey 10-3-4-25 (2); L. Richardson 1-1-2-3; J. Squier …

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C-A News January 25th 2016

Attention all Drama Club members - We will be following the rehearsal schedule as posted on both Tuesday & Friday of this week even though both are 1/2 days. Please plan to be at rehearsal from 3:30-5:00 as normal.

Do you have a special talent? The Foreign Language Club's Talent Show is back! Show us what you're made of to win $20 and a shiny trophy. See Mrs. Decker to sign up today! Sign up sheets are in the HS office, with the Club officers and Mrs. Decker. …

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Alumni Day

Yesterday, several C-A Alumni came to the school to talk to our juniors and seniors about college life and how they should prepare. Five total alumni came, including Jada Hawkins-Hill from Siena, Shelby McNeil from University of Rhode Island, Brian Bishop from Saint Rose, Sarah Andrews from SUNY Potsdam and Molly Oliveira from Penn State. The alumni met in the auditorium and gave tips and tricks for college to our juniors and seniors. They gave many useful tips such as, planning your time, behavior, and your expectations as a student. Then, the students were allowed to ask the alumni questions …
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C-A defeats Rensselaer in Overtime

COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens overcame a seven-point fourth quarter deficit and went on to edge Rensselaer 59-58 in overtime in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference varsity boys basketball game.


The Indians trailed 38-31 entering the final stanza, but outscored the Rams 18-11 over the final eight minutes to send the game into overtime. C-A outscored Rensselaer 10-9 in the extra session to earn their second victory of the season.


James Squier led the Indians with 16 points. Isaiah Garvey chipped in with 12 and Lorenzo Richardson had 11.


Chris Spath topped Rensselaer with 20 points. Anthony Carter had 15 and Kasheim Bandy 13.


Coxsackie-Athens (2-8) plays host …

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C-A Bowling Claims Fourth Consecutive Title

CATSKILL — The Coxsackie-Athens varsity bowling rolled to another George Cotich Memorial tournament first place finish on Tuesday at the Catskill HoeBowl, its fourth in as many years.
The Indians threatened the all-time tournament scoring record, set by Catskill in it’s first year, finishing with 2,972 pins.
C-A was followed by Catskill with 2,665; Rensselaer with 2,657; Hudson with 2,411; Cairo-Durham with 2,137; Taconic Hills with 2,097; and Chatham with 1,928.
Individually, C-A’s Miranda Hartmann earned the high triple award of the day with a 646 while teammate Eli Chewens took second with a 616. Indians’ Mike Taber took the high single award, …

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C-A Boys Volleyball defeat Lebanon Valley

CA Boys Volleyball pulled out a victory yesterday against Lebanon Valley. They won 3 sets to 2. There next match is against Greenville on January 7th at home.

 


Obama Calls to Fight Gun Violence

(CNN)President Barack Obama grew emotional Tuesday as he made a passionate call for a national "sense of urgency" to limit gun violence.

He was introduced by Mark Barden, whose son Daniel was killed in the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Obama circled back to that shooting in the final moments of his speech.

"Every time I think about those kids, it gets me mad," Obama said, pausing to wipe away tears.

He added: "And by the way, it happens on the streets of Chicago every day," referring to his hometown where he began his political career.

The White House is …

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Epiphany

An epiphany is an experience of sudden and striking realization.

 


C-A loses against Pittsfield

Pittsfield 72, Coxsackie-Athens 46
RAVENA — After leading 18-17 in the first quarter, Coxsackie-Athens buckled and eventually fell to Pittsfield 72-46 in the consolation final of the Ravena Gold Medal Tournament on Wednesday.
Noel Alma led the way for the Indians with 18 points while Lorenzo Richardson added 11 and Isaiah Garvey added eight. Alma was named to the All-Tournament Team.
For Pittsfield, Luis Higuera posted a game-high 23 points in the win and was named to the All-Tournament Team after scoring 54 points in the two contests.
C-A falls to 1-8 on the season and returns to Patroon Conference play on Tuesday, hosting …

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C-A Boys Basketball Loses To Ichabod

By Tim Martin Columbia-Greene Media
VALATIE — With their team leading Coxsackie-Athens by just five at halftime, Ichabod Crane Sean Daly and Joe Werner decided to take over.
After going scoreless in the first half, Daly poured in 11 points in the third quarter, while Werner had five in the third and 10 more in the fourth to lead the Riders to a 64-47 non-league boys basketball victory over the Indians on Saturday afternoon.
“Sean carried us in the third quarter and Joe carried us in the fourth,” said Ichabod Crane coach Will Ferguson. “When you’ve got a game going on, you’ve got …

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C-A Bowlers Continue Their Undefeated Season

CATSKILL — The Coxsackie-Athens varsity bowling team topped Catskill 4-1 on Thursday at Catskill Hoe Bowl Lanes.
The Indians won by a total pinfall of 3,317-3,194.
“I was very pleased with my team’s performance. I was down a couple of bowlers. I was pleased with how the subs stepped up and my regulars really bowled steady,” Cats coach Len Reyngoudt said. “To get one point from this team is very difficult, they are a strong team. We stole a point, I’m really pleased with that.”
For the Indians, Michael Taber had a 246 high game and 623 triple, Miranda Hartmann had a 226-603 …

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C-A News January 6th, 2016

A reminder to Juniors attending Career Day on Friday: Please bring a lunch to eat on the bus, please go to your 1st period class before dismissing for the field trip.

Attention all 9th Grade Students: Please check your school email for an important announcement from Miss Pray. Also, your entertainment book money is due to Miss Pray right now!

Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling Team for winning the Patroon Conference Tournament for the 4th consecutive year! Top bowlers included: Miranda Hartmann who won 1st place series for a 646 with a 254 high game. Elijah Chewens who won 2nd place series …

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C-A Wrestling Crushes Cairo-Durham

Coxsackie-Athens 66, Cairo-Durham 12
COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens picked up a 66-12 victory over Cairo-Durham in Patroon Conference varsity wrestling Thursday at C-A.
The Indians (3-0) compete in the Battle in the Valley on Saturday at CObleskill-Richmondville while C-D (1-2) competes in the Tiger Duals at Cohoes this weekend.
Results: 99 — Foster (CA) def. Allen; 113 — Cruz (CA) won by forfeit; 120 — Wood (CA) won by forfeit; 126 — Warren (CA) pinned Hallenbeck at 2:42; 138 — Armstrong (CD) pinned Vining at 5:51; 145 — St. Denis (CA) pinned Pollack at 1:28; 152 — Uhll (CD) def. Middaugh by DQ slam; …

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C-A News December 18th, 2015

A reminder to Juniors: The permission slips for Career Day are due in the Counseling Office by Tuesday, December 22nd. All Juniors are expected to attend Career Day at CGCC on Friday, January 8th.



Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

The Small Animal Class is collecting monetary donations for Columbia-Greene Humane Society. Collection jars can be found in the Main Office, library and DL lab 184. Please help us help the animals. Thank you!

Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling Team on their win …

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C-A girls defeat Albany Leadership

COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens picked up its first victory of the season on Wednesday, downing Albany Leadership 46-34 in Patroon Conference varsity girls basketball.
Sage Pahl netted a game-high 15 points for the Lady Indians while Kaitlyn Martell had 13 and Olivia Braidt added eight.
C-A improves to 1-4 on the season and plays at Cairo-Durham today at 7 p.m.
ALB (34): J. Currie 2-2-2-6; A. Gooding 3-1-5-7; K. Leigh 4-3-4-12 (1); A. Poole 1-1-1-3; B. Rice 3-0-6; Totals: 13-7-12-34 (1).
CA (46): H. Bohem 1-0-2; O. Braidt 3-2-4-8; C. Dekle 1-0-2; R. Dorr 2-0-4; O. Hardy 1-0-2; K. Martell 5-0-13 (3); S. Pahl 6-3-4-15; …

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C-A girls defeat Albany Leadership

COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens picked up its first victory of the season on Wednesday, downing Albany Leadership 46-34 in Patroon Conference varsity girls basketball.
Sage Pahl netted a game-high 15 points for the Lady Indians while Kaitlyn Martell had 13 and Olivia Braidt added eight.
C-A improves to 1-4 on the season and plays at Cairo-Durham today at 7 p.m.
ALB (34): J. Currie 2-2-2-6; A. Gooding 3-1-5-7; K. Leigh 4-3-4-12 (1); A. Poole 1-1-1-3; B. Rice 3-0-6; Totals: 13-7-12-34 (1).
CA (46): H. Bohem 1-0-2; O. Braidt 3-2-4-8; C. Dekle 1-0-2; R. Dorr 2-0-4; O. Hardy 1-0-2; K. Martell 5-0-13 (3); S. Pahl 6-3-4-15; …

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C-A Quiz Bowl

Congrats to your CA Quiz Bowl Team in defeating 4 different high schools last night! CA's overall point total was 1,100 to 200 as the squad dominated the matches. CA remains at 6-0 on the top of their division. Keep it going guys! …
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C-A News December 17th, 2015

A reminder to Juniors: The permission slips for Career Day are due in the Counseling Office by Tuesday, December 22nd. All Juniors are expected to attend Career Day at CGCC on Friday, January 8th.



Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

The Small Animal Class is collecting monetary donations for Columbia-Greene Humane Society. Collection jars can be found in the Main Office, library and DL lab 184. Please help us help the animals. Thank you!

Deck the Doors is here! Between now and December …

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C-A News for December 17th, 2015

A reminder to Juniors: The permission slips for Career Day are due in the Counseling Office by Tuesday, December 22nd. All Juniors are expected to attend Career Day at CGCC on Friday, January 8th.



Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

The Small Animal Class is collecting monetary donations for Columbia-Greene Humane Society. Collection jars can be found in the Main Office, library and DL lab 184. Please help us help the animals. Thank you!

Deck the Doors is here! Between now and December …

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C-A News December 16th

Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

The Small Animal Class is collecting monetary donations for Columbia-Greene Humane Society. Collection jars can be found in the Main Office, library and DL lab 184. Please help us help the animals. Thank you!

Attention all 9th Grade Students: Our Entertainment Book Fundraiser is ending soon. Please sell your book and return the money to Miss Pray or one of your officers ASAP. Also, turn in your non-perishable food items to Mrs. Roberg or Mr. Perlee. The …

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C-A Wrestlers crush Waterford

Coxsackie-Athens 61, Waterford 10
COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens crushed Waterford-Halfmoon 61-10 in a Patroon Conference varsity wrestling match Tuesday at home.
Four Indians won by pin, including Austin Wood, Justice Middaugh, Dakota Anatriello and Marc Martinez.
With the win, C-A improves to 3-0 and next hosts Cairo-Durham on Thursday at 6 p.m.
Results: 113 — Cruz (CA) won by forfeit; 120 — Wood (CA) pinned Sprague at 1:52; 126 — Warren (CA) def. Babcock; 132 — Maurer (CA) won by forfeit; 138 — Litchko (CA) won by forfeit; 145 — Recore (WH) pinned St. Denis at 5:30; 152 — Middaugh (CA) pinned Wiegner at 2:50; …

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C-A Bowlers Continue Their Undefeated Season

CATSKILL — The Coxsackie-Athens varsity bowling team topped Catskill 4-1 on Thursday at Catskill Hoe Bowl Lanes.
The Indians won by a total pinfall of 3,317-3,194.
“I was very pleased with my team’s performance. I was down a couple of bowlers. I was pleased with how the subs stepped up and my regulars really bowled steady,” Cats coach Len Reyngoudt said. “To get one point from this team is very difficult, they are a strong team. We stole a point, I’m really pleased with that.”
For the Indians, Michael Taber had a 246 high game and 623 triple, Miranda Hartmann had a 226-603 …

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C-A girls fall to Catskill

CATSKILL — A 11-2 second quarter outburst from the Lady Cats helped boost Catskill to a 34-23 victory over Coxsackie-Athens on Friday night in Patroon Conference varsity girls basketball.
Three players had double digit point totals for the Cats as Samantha Taylor scored a team-high 11 while Shayna Ostrowsky and Clinique Robinson had 10 apiece.
Olivia Bradt led the Lady Indians with eight points in the losing effort.
Catskill (2-1) visits Taconic Hills as C-A (0-3) hosts Albany Leadership on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
C-A (23): O. Bradt 2-1-6-8 (1); C. Dekle 2-0-2-4; O. Hardy 1-2-2-4; K. Martell 1-1-4-3; A. …

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C-A News Dec 15

Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

The Small Animal Class is collecting monetary donations for Columbia-Greene Humane Society. Collection jars can be found in the Main Office, library and DL lab 184. Please help us help the animals. Thank you!

Attention all 9th Grade Students: Our Entertainment Book Fundraiser is ending soon. Please sell your book and return the money to Miss Pray or one of your officers ASAP. Also, turn in your non-perishable food items to Mrs. Roberg or Mr. …

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C-A Boys lose to Catskill

COXSACKIE— Catskill overcame a sluggish start to hand Coxsackie-Athens a 58-40 victory in Friday’s Patroon Conference boys basketball game.
The Cats were down 13-8 after the first quarter, but used a 14-5 second quarter run to go up 22-18 at the half and increased the lead to 45-30 after three quarters.
Justyn Lacy paced the Cats (2-1) with 18 points. Justin Worth added 17 and Yusef Abushqier 11.
Catskill coach Doug Lampman was pleased with the victory, especially the play of his three sophomores, Worth, Abushqier and William Bartholomew.
“I have to give credit to my junior varsity coach Pat Hernandez and his assistant …

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C-A News Dec. 14

Are you interested in a local career in food production, marketing, purchasing, business office functions or working an assembly line? If so, come and spend time this Monday, December 14th during your lunch at POWER LUNCH with the founder and owner of Field Goods, an Athens based food production company. Sign up with Mrs. Cure in the Main Office to spend your lunch in room 164 this Monday and learn more about these exciting local careers. Free pizza will be served.



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Giant 4ft 7in salamander

Monster from the deep: Extremely rare giant salamander measuring a whopping 4ft 7in discovered in remote cave in China
• Other-worldly amphibian, which weighs 114 lbs, is rare to find these days
• Majority of population in China has been hunted for food and medicine
• Crab-eating beast is 200 years old and said to be 'critically endangered'
• Scientists have found that ancient creatures co-existed with dinosaurs

An enormous and incredibly rare salamander, estimated by experts to be over 200-years-old, has been found in an isolated karst cave in south-west China
The 4ft 7in amphibious beast, weighing in at about 114 lbs, was stumbled upon going about its business …

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CA bowling remains undefeated

Coxsackie-Athens 5, Cairo-Durham 0
CATSKILL — Mark Randazzo fired a 278 single en route to a 722 triple as Coxsackie-Athens defeated Cairo-Durham 5-0 in Thursday’s Patroon Conference bowling match.
The Indians finished with a total pinfall of 3,506 while the Mustangs had 2,637.
Michael Taber added a 234-647 to the Indians’ cause. Miranda Hartman added a 213-593 and Elijah Chewins a 236-592.
Phil Decker paced Cairo-Durham with a 246-639. Chris Morse rolled a 180-488.
“Both teams should be very proud of their performance today,” C-A coach Victoria Kardas said. “Cairo finished 150 pins over their highest pin total this season, and some of my bowlers …

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December 11 C-A News

Students, please come down to Student Services to pick up an application for a scholarship offered by the National Honor Society, Sons of the American Revolution. The deadline for this scholarship is December 31, 2015. Don't miss this opportunity to win some money for college.

Are you interested in a local career in food production, marketing, purchasing, business office functions or working an assembly line? If so, come and spend time this Monday, December 14th during your lunch at POWER LUNCH with the founder and owner of Field Goods, an Athens based food production company. Sign up with Mrs. Cure in …

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UK petition to ban Trump

London (CNN)A petition calling for Donald Trump to be banned from entering the UK has attracted more than a quarter of a million signatures -- more than enough for a committee to consider sending the motion for parliamentary debate.
The petition to block the front-running Republican presidential candidate from entering the country was created on the British government's official petitions website in response to Trump's call Monday to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. due to the threat of terrorism.
"The UK has banned entry to many individuals for hate speech. The same principles should apply to everyone who wishes to enter …

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Patroon Conference Field Hockey All-Stars

Margaret Benson, Coxsackie-Athens
Kaitlyn Martell, Coxsackie-Athens
Courtney Sherman, Coxsackie-Athens
Sarah Smith, Coxsackie-Athens


 


December 9 C-A News

Students, please come down to Student Services to pick up an application for a scholarship offered by the National Honor Society, Sons of the American Revolution. The deadline for this scholarship is December 31, 2015. Don't miss this opportunity to win some money for college.



The library is closed all day today, December 9th. Students in Study Halls and lunches must remain in those locations.



Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

Fun Fact: New York has 39,102 open computing jobs. The average …

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Ronda Rousey

• The athlete, 28, was dethroned as Ultimate Fighting Champion by Holly Holm, 32, in a brutal knock-out loss last month
• Ronda's face appeared healed when she was spotted in LA on Dec 6, but said she's far from recovered and will take up to six months off
• Still, she remains optimistic about her career, and has big plans for when she returns to fighting next year
Ronda Rousey is speaking out for the first time about her stunning upset loss to Holly Holm, who dethroned her as Ultimate Fighting Champion in their big match-up last month.
The 28-year-old fighter, who was left unconscious and …

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December 8 C-A News

Students, please come down to Student Services to pick up an application for a scholarship offered by the National Honor Society, Sons of the American Revolution. The deadline for this scholarship is December 31, 2015. Don't miss this opportunity to win some money for college.



Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

CA is hosting an interscholastic robotics competition on January 23rd in the MS gym. At least 16 teams will compete for a spot at the regional and state championships. We are …

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no charges against Chicago police officer

Prosecutors in Chicago will not file criminal charges against a police officer who shot and killed a black man last year, an incident that occurred a week before a different fatal shooting that brought national scrutiny to Chicago’s police force, officials said Monday. The decision was announced by Anita Alvarez, the state’s attorney for Cook County, Ill., and came on the heels of the Justice Department announcing plans for a broad civil-rights investigation into the Chicago Police Department. Alvarez held a lengthy news conference Monday to announce the decision, going over details of the investigation, what police and witnesses said …
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Coxsackie Boy's Volleyball win

Coxsackie-Athens earned a 25-16 victory in the fifth and deciding set to edge Hudson 3-2 in a Patroon Conference boys volleyball match on Thursday at Hudson.
The teams split the first four sets with C-A winning the first (25-19) and third (25-21) and Hudson taking the second (25-22) and fourth (25-23).
Corey Topple had 20 points (11 kills, five service winners, four blocks) to pace Hudson. Tyler Drahushuk had 17 (eight kills, four service winners, five blocks), Noah Taylor 13 (five kills, four service winners, four blocks), Chris Meano 11 (five kills, six service winners), Derek Delamater 8 (five kills, three blocks), …

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Coxsackie Boy's basketball win

Coxsackie-Athens held off a late run by Greenville to pick up a 61-60 Patroon Conference varsity boys basketball victory Thursday night.
Four clutch freethrows by Isaiah Garvey and Lorenzo Richardson helped seal the deal for the Indians down the stretch.
Garvey scored a team-high 18 points in the win while Richardson added 17 and Marcus Dunckle added 14.
For the Spartans, Cole Ackerman netted 17 points while Bryan Drossel added 12, Silas Yelich had 13 and Ryan Mulholland scored 10.
The Indians (1-1) visit Chatham on Wednesday at 7 p.m. as Greenville (0-2) plays in a nonleague tournament at Waterford-Halfmoon this weekend.
CA (61): N. …

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December 4 C-A News

Hey, Seniors - Check your school email to find out about the latest scholarship opportunities!

Attention Seniors! If you are planning a career in education, come down to Student Services and pick up an application for the Phi Delta Education Scholarship. The deadline is March 1st so stop in soon!



Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

CA is hosting an interscholastic robotics competition on January 23rd in the MS gym. At least 16 teams will compete for a spot at the regional and …

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California Shooting

The two attackers who killed 14 people in a rampage at a banquet fired as many as 75 rifle rounds at the scene, left behind three rigged-together pipe bombs with a remote-control device that apparently malfunctioned, and had over 1,600 more bullets with them when they were gunned down in their SUV, authorities said Thursday.At their home, they had 12 pipe bombs, tools for making more explosives, and over 3,000 rounds of ammunition, Police Chief Jarrod Burguan said in a grim morning-after inventory that suggested Wednesday's bloodbath could have been far worse.

Wearing military-style gear and wielding assault rifles, Syed Rizwan …

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December 3 C-A News

The Firemen's Association of the State of New York Scholarship Advisory Committee will award fifteen $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors entering college. Those that can enter should be a member in good standing with the FASNY or have a parent / legal guardian who is a member. Please come to Student Services for more information.

Attention Seniors! If you are planning a career in education, come down to Student Services and pick up an application for the Phi Delta Education Scholarship. The deadline is March 1st so stop in soon!



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Laquan McDonald shooting

(CNN)In April, Chicago City Alderman Howard B. Brookins Jr. was prepared to vote in favor of a $5 million settlement for the family of Laquan McDonald.

The city's top attorney, known as the corporation counsel, warned that the police dashboard camera video that captured the shooting of the 17-year-old by a police officer had the potential for a long, litigious battle.

But one thing bothered the alderman.

The city said the dashboard camera video could not be released while the FBI and the U.S. Attorney investigated the shooting. Take our word for it, they said. The video was described to Brookins as "horrific."

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Varsity Bowling Team Wins First Two Matches

Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling team on their 1st two wins of the season! CA defeated Taconic Hills last Tuesday with a score of 5-0, and defeated Hudson yesterday with a score of 4-1. Top bowlers included Elijah Chewens: 234 high game, 613 series. Mark Randazzo: 209 high game, 574 series. Mike Taber: 194 high game, 542 series. Isaiah Cerle: 243 high game. Taylor Mignone: 219 high game. CA faces Chatham next Tuesday at Chatham Lanes. Good luck, bowlers! …
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December 2 C-A News

The Firemen's Association of the State of New York Scholarship Advisory Committee will award fifteen $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors entering college. Those that can enter should be a member in good standing with the FASNY or have a parent / legal guardian who is a member. Please come to Student Services for more information.

The library is closed for 3rd period today.

Mr. Kowalski's lessons are cancelled for today.



Attention Seniors! If you are planning a career in education, come down to Student Services and pick up an application for the Phi Delta Education Scholarship. The deadline is March 1st …

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Coxsackie Boys Basketball 2015 outlook

The Coxsackie-Athens varsity boys basketball team surprised the Patroon Conference in the 2013-14 season and backed up their impressive campaign with another in 2014-15, culminating in the Coach of the Year award for second-year coach Aaron Boudreau and a third place finish in the league.
The Indians hope to remain competitive again this season, but will have to make up for the loss of their two best players — First Team Patroon Conference All-Star Matt McDonald and Second Team All-Star Tristan Valencia.
The Indians do return a big team, though, with seniors James Squier and Caleb Muarer, along with junior Isaiah Garvey, …

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December 1 C-A News

The Firemen's Association of the State of New York Scholarship Advisory Committee will award fifteen $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors entering college. Those that can enter should be a member in good standing with the FASNY or have a parent / legal guardian who is a member. Please come to Student Services for more information.

The library is closed all day today, December 1st. Students in study halls & lunch must remain in those locations today.

Attention Seniors! If you are planning a career in education, come down to Student Services and pick up an application for the Phi Delta Education …

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November 30 C-A News

The Firemen's Association of the State of New York Scholarship Advisory Committee will award fifteen $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors entering college. Those that can enter should be a member in good standing with the FASNY or have a parent / legal guardian who is a member. Please come to Student Services for more information.



Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

Attention Student Council members: Your Yankee Candle orders are IN! Please come to see Mrs. Weinstein to pick up your …

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SALE!

Make you're way on down to the school store for 50% off all clothing. We have sweatshirts, sweatpants, t-shirts, volleyball t-shirts, and much more. Make sure you get yours before its all gone.

 


November 24 C-A News

Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

Attention all Drama Club members: Check the revised cast list on Mr. K's door today as some changes to your part may have occured. The 1st cast read through will be during 10th period on Tuesday, December 8th. …

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What happened to Ronda's feet?

Forget the battering Ronda Rousey took to the face - what happened to her FEET? Photos of humiliated UFC champ's purple and yellow toes take over the internet
• Photos showed that soles of Ronda Rousey’s feet were yellow and purple
• It sparked a debate on what caused this kind of discoloration
• Reason for this ranged from jaundice to training on dirty floors
• Wore sunglasses and held a pillow to her face as she arrived back in U.S.
• Was escorted to limo by bodyguards past crowds of curious passengers
• Ronda Rousey did her best to hide her disappointment as she touched down in the United States …

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November 23 C-A News

Attention Seniors with Late Arrival: Please check the High School website for important information on how delays due to bad weather will impact your schedule.

Student Council members attending this afternoon's trip to the Empire State Plaza to volunteer for the Equinox Community Thanksgiving Dinner should see Mrs. Weinstein during lunch for important information.

Mr. Kowalski & Mrs. Edwards would like to congratulate music students Benito Flores and Sarah Smith for their outstanding performances as members of the Are All State Band and Orchestra over the weekend at Suffern High School. Great job, and thank you for representing CA Music Department so …

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November 19 C-A News

If you are a member of SEFCU Credit Union stop down to the Student Services Office for important scholarship information!

The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region is offering The Gene Robb Journalism Scholarship. If you are interested come to Student Services for more information.

Interested in the history of Greene County? If so, there is a scholarship for you. One of our students won this $1,000 offered by the Greene County Historical Society last year. Come down to Student Services for more information and you could be this school year's winner.

Did you know over 100 million marine animals are killed …

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November 18 C-A News

If you are a member of SEFCU Credit Union stop down to the Student Services Office for important scholarship information!

The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region is offering The Gene Robb Journalism Scholarship. If you are interested come to Student Services for more information.

Interested in the history of Greene County? If so, there is a scholarship for you. One of our students won this $1,000 offered by the Greene County Historical Society last year. Come down to Student Services for more information and you could be this school year's winner.

A college representative from New Haven College will be at …

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November 17 C-A News

If you are a member of SEFCU Credit Union stop down to the Student Services Office for important scholarship information!

The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region is offering The Gene Robb Journalism Scholarship. If you are interested come to Student Services for more information.

Interested in the history of Greene County? If so, there is a scholarship for you. One of our students won this $1,000 offered by the Greene County Historical Society last year. Come down to Student Services for more information and you could be this school year's winner.

A college representative from New Haven College will be at …

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November 16 C-A News

Interested in the history of Greene County? If so, there is a scholarship for you. One of our students won this $1,000 offered by the Greene County Historical Society last year. Come down to Student Services for more information and you could be this school year's winner. …
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Paris Attack

-- More than 150 police anti-terror raids conducted in cities across France.

-- A fourth attacker has been identified from the Bataclan massacre as Samy Amimour, aged 28, the Paris prosecutors office announced.

-- A worldwide manhunt is underway for Belgian-born French national Salah Abdeslam, who is suspected of being involved in the attacks. French police released his photo and warned that he is "dangerous." Sources told CNN that he was stopped and questioned by French police shortly after the attacks.

-- The French Air Force carried out bombing missions over Raqqa early Monday. Targets included a command center, recruitment center, ammunition storage …

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November 16 C-A News

Interested in the history of Greene County? If so, there is a scholarship for you. One of our students won this $1,000 offered by the Greene County Historical Society last year. Come down to Student Services for more information and you could be this school year's winner. …
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C-A News November 13

Interested in the history of Greene County? If so, there is a scholarship for you. One of our students won this $1,000 offered by the Greene County Historical Society last year. Come down to Student Services for more information and you could be this school year's winner.

Attention all Drama Club members -Auditions for Shrek will be held this Friday starting at 2:45 in the Auditorium. Be sure to have a ride home. as the auditions could go past 4:30 or longer. If you have a conflict with this date, be sure to see Mr. K before Friday to inform him. …

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Mystery Object Falls To Earth

A mysterious piece of space junk dubbed WT1190F made a spectacular re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere early Friday, as predicted by scientists. Experts, however, are unsure whether it splashed down in the Indian Ocean, as initially expected.

“It appears that [the re-entry] happened as predicted,” explained a spokesman for the European Space Agency (ESA), in an email to FoxNews.com, noting that scientists successfully monitored the object from an aircraft.

Related: Buzz Aldrin commemorates his first ever spacewalk with historic selfie

Experts had forecast that the object would enter Earth’s atmosphere at about 1:20 a.m. ET and had predicted a splashdown in the Indian Ocean …

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Buzz Aldrin Legendary selfie

Kim Kardashian has some serious competition from Buzz Aldrin. The astronaut touted “the first space selfie” on social media Thursday to commemorate his first ever spacewalk.

“Did you know I took the first space selfie during Gemini 12 mission in 1966? BEST SELFIE EVER,” he posted on Instagram.
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C-A News November 12th

A college representative from the College of St. Joseph will be in Student Services on Tuesday, November 10 at 10am. If you would like an appointment please stop in to see Mrs. Mousseau.

Interested in the history of Greene County? If so, there is a scholarship for you. One of our students won this $1,000 offered by the Greene County Historical Society last year. Come down to Student Services for more information and you could be this school year's winner.

Chorus lessons are cancelled today, Tuesday, 11.10.

Attention all Drama Club members -Auditions for Shrek will be held this Friday starting at 2:45 …

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C-A receives sponsor check from NB of Coxsackie

Last Thursday the C-A eCommerce team received a 200$ check from the National Bank of Coxsackie. They have sponsored the C-A Scoresup website for the past 10 years. A big thank you the Mr. Mark Maraglio and the National Bank of Coxsackie.

 


Alysia could have won the bronze

American runner who was denied medal by Russian 'cheaters' leads a chorus of athlete condemnation - as she breaks down in tears and says everyone 'knew' what was going on'
• Alysia Montano came fifth in the 800m during the London 2012 games
• Mariya Savinova-Farnosova and Ekaterina Poistogova won medals
• Both are facing lifetime bans for their alleged role in the doping scandal
• It means Montano would be given the bronze medal for the race
• She is excited at that prospect, but admitted nothing could replace how she would have felt if she won it then
• The US Anti-Doping agency has backed strict …

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November 10 C-A News

A college representative from the College of St. Joseph will be in Student Services on Tuesday, November 10 at 10am. If you would like an appointment please stop in to see Mrs. Mousseau.

Interested in the history of Greene County? If so, there is a scholarship for you. One of our students won this $1,000 offered by the Greene County Historical Society last year. Come down to Student Services for more information and you could be this school year's winner.

Chorus lessons are cancelled today, Tuesday, 11.10.

Attention all Drama Club members -Auditions for Shrek will be held this Friday starting at 2:45 …

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Did the Russians cheat??

A landmark report published on Monday claims Russian athletes competed in the London games despite strong indications that the country was running a 'state-supported' doping program. It called for lifetime bans on five Russian middle-distance runners, including Olympic champion Mariya Savinova-Farnosova and bronze medalist Ekaterina Poistogova (pictured together left). The report also accuses Russian Sports Ministry Vitaly Mutko, pictured center top right, of issuing direct orders to 'manipulate particular samples'. Releasing the report this afternoon, pictured bottom right, co-author Dick Pound warned the revelations were simply 'the tip of the iceberg'.

 


Attention all winter athletes!

If you are going to participate in Basketball,Wrestling,Volleyball, or bowling on any level; make sure to hand in your parent permission form and have your physical up to date with Mrs. Breen!

 


November 9 C-A News

CA Movie Night is coming! Tuesday, november 10th; The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Part 1 at 7pm here in the auditorium. It's free! How much does it cost? Nothing. It's free! bring money if you want to buy snacks or raffle tickets. Check your school email for more info and to let us know if you're coming. …
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November 9 C-A News

CA Movie Night is coming! Tuesday, november 10th; The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Part 1 at 7pm here in the auditorium. It's free! How much does it cost? Nothing. It's free! bring money if you want to buy snacks or raffle tickets. Check your school email for more info and to let us know if you're coming. …
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November 5 C-A News

A math tutor is needed for Common Core Algebra. Please see Mrs. Essex if you are interested in helping out.

Listen up JV & Varsity Field Hockey players: This is your last chance to attend the end-of-the-year dinner for free. That's right. If you haven't handed in your permission form - you are not on the list. If you are not on the list and you show up - you must pay $18 in order to stay and enjoy our fun. Varsity players with outstanding uniforms will not be permitted to attend. Hand in your overdue stuff TODAY. Don't miss out!

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Attention all winter athletes!

If you are going to participate in Basketball,Wrestling,Volleyball, or bowling on any level; make sure to hand in your parent permission form and have your physical up to date with Mrs. Breen!

 


November 4 C-A News

A math tutor is needed for Common Core Algebra. Please see Mrs. Essex if you are interested in helping out.

There will be a World of Difference meeting on Wednesday 11.04. All are welcome, all members please attend.

There will be a SADD meeting Wednesday 10th period in Mrs. Roberg's room. We will meet with a representative from Columbia-Greene Reality Check to discuss our upcoming project. All members should attend since we will be electing officers.

A reminder to all JV & Varsity Field Hockey players: Your end-of-the-season dinner form is PAST DUE. Please hand it in to Mrs. Weinstein at this time. …

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Congrats to the C-A Tennis girls!

"At an awards dinner Wednesday night for the Patroon Conference champians, Coxsackie-athens, special recognition was given to individual tennis players. Elected to the patroon all stars are Calli Boeri for second team and Maggie Capra for the first team. Alicia Decker was voted most outstanding player in the Patroon Conference.
For the C-A girls' tennis team, Sarah O'Leary was voted most improved player and most important player is Alisha Decker.
Congratulations to the C-A girls' tennis for being undefeated this year and winning Patroon Conference."


 


Golf 2015

The Coxsackie-Athens Golf Team recently concluded another successful season. Thank you to Coach Leif Roberg for providing this team photo and also a photo of C-A golfers at the Patron Conference Medalist tournament. Golfers on the 2015-16 team are listed below:Backus Chad,Batson, Logan, Brea Jeremiah,Cerle Isaiah, Flores Benito, Hynes Josh, Mann Joe, Mann Stuart, McGuigan Thomas, Natalie Lorenzo, Stannard Cole

 


Field Hockey 2015

The 2015 Varsity Field Hockey Season has come to an end. It was a very busy season that had us on the road, traveling to play schools that were not in our league or our class, and at times not in our section. It was an exhausting but also awesome experience. There were 18 girls on our team, 11 of which were seniors. There will be some big shoes to fill, starting with our defense. Sarah Smith and Rachel Dorr were outstanding defenders, keeping the ball out of the cirlce and passing forward to our midfielders. Margaret Benson kept us …
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JV Football wins against Mechanicville

The Jv football get a late first win of the season against Mechanicville 18-0. Great job boys!!!

 


Girls and Boys Cross Country

Congratulations to both the girls and boys cross country teams for their 2nd place finish yesterday at Windham for the Greene county championships!
Team member include:
Tara Josberger, Who finished 2nd for the girls
Tiffany Gao
Hanna Boehm
Olivia Baxter
Deana Dibenedetto
Matt St. Denis, Who took 7th place for the boys
Kareel slager
Ben Pacuk
Andrew Horsman
Philip Horsman
Jonny Baxter
And Frank Fandozzi
C-A competes in The Patroon Conference Championships on Tuesday. Good luck runners!


 


C-A Girls win sectional Opener

COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens did all the scoring it would need in the first half and went on to defeat Holy Names 2-0 in a Section II, Class B first-round girls soccer playoff game on Friday.
Lexi Pascuzzi gave the Indians a 1-0 lead when she scored off a corner kick by Izzy Coleman at the 21:00 mark of the first half.
Genevieve DeFrancesco made it 2-0 when she took a pass from Coleman and beat Holy Names goaltender Skylar Miglucci at the 26:00 mark.
Coxsackie-Athens had a 20-6 edge in shots on goal and took six corner kicks to Holy Names’ three.
Maggie Wolodkevich …

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Feature Teacher: Ms. Solcum

Ms. Solcum is the new math teacher who started working at CA September 25th. She likes CA because it is a small school. She went to high school at Chatham and attended college at Mount Saint Mary. Outside of school she likes to swim and read.

 


Daily News for October 22nd

There will be a Prom Committee meeting Friday 10th period in Mrs. Roberg's room.

Listen up! The Booster Club & Student Council are running a Spectator Bus to the Friday night Sectionals football game but the bus will only go if it is filled! Permission slips and $6 for admission to the game must be handed in by noon on Thursday and if the bus isn't filled by then it will be cancelled. Grab your permission slip today from Mrs. Weinstein in room 138.

Attention Student Council members: Please check your CA email for the ballot you need to vote on this …

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JV Volleyball Defeats Cairo

The JV Girls Volleyball team ended it's season yesterday defeating Cairo 2 games to 0. Both gamed were hard fought and were won by a margin of only 2 points per game. Congratulations to the girls on an exciting match and a great season. The Varsity team shocked Cairo as it came back to win the final 3 games of a 5 set match. The final game saw the squad stomp Cairo in a 25-11 victory. Congratulations to the team on a fantastic regular season and all of the best of luck on your quest for success with sectionals. You …
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October 21 C-A News

A college represetnative from Rogers & Williams University will be in Student Services on Wednesday, October 21 at 10am. If you are interested in an appointment, please see Mrs. Mousseau. In addition this week, a college representative from SUNY Plattsburgh will be here on Thursday, October 22 at 12pm. Come see Mrs. Mousseau if you would like an appointment.

Sleepy Hollow Lake's Helping Hands will be awarding a $500 scholarship to a graduating CA student who has exhibited good character and an outstanding sense of community service. Please come to Student Services for more information.

There will be a Prom Committee meeting …

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C-A Girls Varsity Sectional Game

Friday at 3:00pm C-A girls varsity will be hosting their sectional game vs the winner of Holy Names/ Hoosick Valley. Come support!

 


Indians bring it all to the playoffs

The Indians will face Mechanicville at Mechanicville HS at 7PM on Friday night. Come out and support the team!

 


Indians lose the cup this year to Fonda

COXSACKIE — Fonda pulled away from a close game with three third-quarter touchdowns and went to defeat Coxsackie-Athens, 35-13, to win the Class C South Division title at Chaloner Field on Saturday.

 


Come support the boys in taking the division!

This Saturday The C-A Boys will host for the Fonda-Fultonville Braves in the game to take over the Divison Title!!! Kickoff starts at 1 PM on the football field.

 


C-A Girls Soccer Champs

Coxsackie-Athens 1, Greenville 0
GREENVILLE — Lexi Pascuzzi’s early first half goal proved to be enough for a 1-0 win in Thursday’s Patroon Conference varsity girls soccer action at Greenville, and thus, enough for a Coxsackie-Athens league title in the battle of undefeated teams.
The Lady Indians and Lady Spartans played to a 2-2 draw in September, setting up a Patroon title game on Thursday.
“This was something we were striving for all year, so we are happy with the end result. We wanted redemption from the tie earlier in the year,” Lady Indians coach Jacki Cashin said. “We played really strong the …

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Daily News For October 16th

A college representative from the College of Daemen will be in Student Services on Tuesday, October 20th at 11am. If you would like an appointment come to Student Services and see Mrs. Mousseau.

Attention all students: Do you care about our environment? Do you want to be of help to your community? Do you like to have fun? Well, if so pleasee See Miss Bryan ASAP in room 155 and please attend the first meeting of the CA Student & Community Recycling Project on Friday, October 16th.

After a stellar undefeated regular season, CA girls tennis team lost to Catholic Central and …

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C-A News October 15

Skidmore College is offering the Filene Music Scholarship. Winners will be awarded a four year scholarship ($12,000) totaling $48,000. Please come down to the Student Services office for more information.

If you are ineligible for the 1st five weeks, you must stay 10th period three times this week with a teacher whose course you are failing in order to be eligible next week. Ineligibility release forms are in the Main Office.

Attention all students: Do you care about our environment? Do you want to be of help to your community? Do you like to have fun? Well, if so pleasee See Miss …

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C-A defeats Hudson in Tennis Action

COXSACKIE — The No. 2 Coxsackie-Athens varsity girls tennis team opened up postseason play with a 5-2 Section II, Class B home win over No. 7 Hudson on Tuesday.
With the win, the Lady Indians (14-0) host the winner of No. 3 Catholic Central and No. 6 Cairo-Durdham in the semifinals today at 3 p.m. The season comes to a close for the Lady Bluehawks (5-9-1).


 


School news, October 14th.

Skidmore College is offering the Filene Music Scholarship. Winners will be awarded a four year scholarship ($12,000) totaling $48,000. Please come down to the Student Services office for more information.

The CAFE, which is a local fund raising group committed to assisting the CA School District, is hosting it's annual Gala Event next Friday, 10.23. The GALA needs students volunteers to come and work the event which will be occurring from 6pm until midnight at Anthony's in Catskill. If you are interested in earning volunteer hours and contributing your time to a good cause, please sign up in the Main Office …

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The School Store Is Now Selling Pizza!

The School Store is now open everyday period 8. Come on down for a snack, including chips, candy, soda, tea! Also pizza tenth period. Be sure to check it out before we sell out. Pizza sale will start next week period 10.

 


JV Defeats Taconic, again

JV Girls volleyball beat Taconic Hills last night 2-1 for the second time this season.

 


C-A Wins Against Cairo 3-2

C-A wins against Cairo with a score of 3-2 with 2 goals scored by Kelley Hair and 1 from Danielle Palmateer. (13-1-1; 12-1-0)

 


C-A Boys Beat Hudson 1-0

COXSACKIE — Jameson Baker scored off a corner kick 21 minutes into the first half and Coxsackie-Athens went on to blank Hudson, 1-0, in Patroon Conference boys varsity soccer action.
Hudson took 16 shots and had four corner kicks. Coxsackie-Athens answered with eight shots and four corners.
Indians’ goaltender Anthony Byrd had eight saves. Hudson’s Matt Sweet turned away three shots.
“Hudson played very well and controlled most of the game,” Indians’ coach Curt Wilkinson said. “We were fortunate to come out with the win. We played hard and bent, but didn’t break, and found a way to win.”
C-A (5-6-1) hosts Mechanicville in …

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C-News October 13

A college representative from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will be in Student Services on Tuesday, October 13 at 8:30. Please see Mrs. Mousseau if you'd like an appointment. In addition on the 13th, a representative from the United States Air Force will be in the cafeteria during all lunches.

The 15th Annual National Co-Op Scholarship Program will be awarding 175 merit scholarships totaling $4.5 million. Come down to the Student Services office to see if the institution that you are planning to attend is one of them and get the info to apply.



Miss Bryan's SAT ELA class will …

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C-A Boys Beat Hudson 1-0

COXSACKIE — Jameson Baker scored off a corner kick 21 minutes into the first half and Coxsackie-Athens went on to blank Hudson, 1-0, in Patroon Conference boys varsity soccer action.
Hudson took 16 shots and had four corner kicks. Coxsackie-Athens answered with eight shots and four corners.
Indians’ goaltender Anthony Byrd had eight saves. Hudson’s Matt Sweet turned away three shots.
“Hudson played very well and controlled most of the game,” Indians’ coach Curt Wilkinson said. “We were fortunate to come out with the win. We played hard and bent, but didn’t break, and found a way to win.”
C-A (5-6-1) hosts Mechanicville in …

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C-A News October 9th

A college representative from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will be in Student Services on Tuesday, October 13 at 8:30. Please see Mrs. Mousseau if you'd like an appointment.

The 15th Annual National Co-Op Scholarship Program will be awarding 175 merit scholarships totaling $4.5 million. Come down to the Student Services office to see if the institution that you are planning to attend is one of them and get the info to apply.



All of Ms. Finneran's studens, exceppt for 9th period, go to the library today.
Attention Seniors: Math SAT prep classes will begin Tuesday, October 13. If you …

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C-A Girls win 4th in a Row

The CA Girls Varsity Volleyball team made it 4 wins in a row yesterday by defeating Hudson 3 games to 1. The girls Senior Game saw stars Lizzie Dufkin, Brianna Weeks, Rachel Reeves, Melody Irwin and Sam McCarten shine in the limelight. Keep it going ladies. …
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C-A Wins Against Catskill 1-0

Coxsackie-Athens 1, Catskill 0
COXSACKIE — Lexi Pascuzzi scored 18 minutes into the second half and Coxsackie-Athens went on to defeat Catskill 1-0 in Thursday’s Patroon Conference girls varsity soccer game.
Pascuzzi’s goal came off a Kelley Hair corner kick and helped the Indians (11-0-1, 12-1-1) remain unbeaten in league play.
“It was the last home game for our seniors, so it was full of emotion,” Coxsackie-Athens coach Jacki Cashin said. “It was an absolutely great game. Both teams played hard, aggressive soccer and it was a lot of fun to be a part of.”
Coxsackie-Athens outshot Catskill 22-10 while the Cats held an …

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C-A News October 8

A college representative from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will be in Student Services on Tuesday, October 13 at 8:30. Please see Mrs. Mousseau if you'd like an appointment.

The 15th Annual National Co-Op Scholarship Program will be awarding 175 merit scholarships totaling $4.5 million. Come down to the Student Services office to see if the institution that you are planning to attend is one of them and get the info to apply.



All of Ms. Finneran's studens, exceppt for 9th period, go to the library today.
Attention Seniors: Math SAT prep classes will begin Tuesday, October 13. If you …

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C-A Volleyball beats Hudson 3 to 1

The CA Girls Varsity Volleyball team made it 4 wins in a row yesterday by defeating Hudson 3 games to 1. The girls Senior Game saw stars Lizzie Dufkin, Brianna Weeks, Rachel Reeves, Melody Irwin and Sam McCarten shine in the limelight. Keep it going ladies. …
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C-A News October 7th

College representatives from Johnson & Wales College will be in Student Services on Tuesday, October 6 at 11:45am and Fredonia College will be here on Wednesday, October 8 at 1pm. If you would like an appointment come to Student Services and see Mrs. Mousseau.

The 15th Annual National Co-Op Scholarship Program will be awarding 175 merit scholarships totaling $4.5 million. Come down to the Student Services office to see if the institution that you are planning to attend is one of them and get the info to apply.

Attention all students: Beginning today, Mr. Mousseau will be allowing and supervising students to …

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C-A News October 7th

College representatives from Johnson & Wales College will be in Student Services on Tuesday, October 6 at 11:45am and Fredonia College will be here on Wednesday, October 8 at 1pm. If you would like an appointment come to Student Services and see Mrs. Mousseau.

The 15th Annual National Co-Op Scholarship Program will be awarding 175 merit scholarships totaling $4.5 million. Come down to the Student Services office to see if the institution that you are planning to attend is one of them and get the info to apply.

Attention all students: Beginning today, Mr. Mousseau will be allowing and supervising students to …

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C-A Yet Again Crushes Another Team

Coxsackie-Athens 13, Hudson 0
COXSACKIE — Danielle Palmateer and Kathryn Casey each recorded a hat trick to help Coxsackie-Athens defeat Hudson 13-0 in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference girls varsity soccer action.
Palmateer and Casey both finished with three goals and an assist for the Indians (11-1-1, 10-0-1). Izzy Coleman added two goals and an assist, Alexis Pascuzzi 1 goal and 2 assists, Danni DeVinney a goal and an assist, Sydney Burke, Casey McDonald and Skylar Pigott one goal each, Kelley Hair three assists and Anya Josberger and Allison Wallace one assist apiece.
The Indians took 54 shots on goal and had nine corner kicks. …

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C-A News October 7th

College representatives from Johnson & Wales College will be in Student Services on Tuesday, October 6 at 11:45am and Fredonia College will be here on Wednesday, October 8 at 1pm. If you would like an appointment come to Student Services and see Mrs. Mousseau.

The 15th Annual National Co-Op Scholarship Program will be awarding 175 merit scholarships totaling $4.5 million. Come down to the Student Services office to see if the institution that you are planning to attend is one of them and get the info to apply.

Attention all students: Beginning today, Mr. Mousseau will be allowing and supervising students to …

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The Patroon Conference Varsity Girls Tennis

CASTLETON — The Patroon Conference varsity girls tennis tournament continued on Monday at Maple Hill and Chatham’s doubles team of Gaby Neven and Ana Verma emerged as the doubles champions.
The singles championship between Kayley Fountain, of Maple Hill, and Alicia Decker, of Coxsackie-Athens, was postponed due to darkness on Monday after Fountain won the first set 6-3. The second set was played at C-A on Tuesday with Fountain clinching the title by winning 6-1.


 


JV Girls Volleyball makes a win over the Rams

The JV girls volleyball team defeated Rensselaer yesterday 2 games to 0! Serving stars included Taylor Foster, Kylie Scheir and Nadia Newman. Nice match, girls! The Varsity girls continued it's winning streak making it 3 in a row downing Rensselaer 3 games to 1. Standouts on the night included Alex Collum and Cheyenne Warren with over 19 successful service points each. Nice match, ladies! Come see the team in action tonight during their Senior Game vs Hudson. …
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October 5

College representatives from Johnson & Wales College will be in Student Services on Tuesday, October 6 at 11:45am and Fredonia College will be here on Wednesday, October 8 at 1pm. If you would like an appointment come to Student Services and see Mrs. Mousseau.



A reminder that all class officers should meet with Mr. Quiles during 10th period today in the library.

Attention Seniors: Math SAT prep classes will begin Tuesday, October 13. If you have not yet signed up with Mrs. McIntyre, you will need to by October 9th. A list of scheduled dates and times are available in …

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C-A Girls Defeat Maple Hill Again 5-2

Coxsackie-Athens 5, Maple Hill 2
COXSACKIE — Danielle Palmateer put together a hat trick to lead Coxsackie-Athens to a 5-2 win over Maple Hill on Friday at home.
Kelley Hair added two goals for the Lady Indians while Izzy Coleman, Sydney Burke and Lexi Pascuzzi each chipped in with an assist.
For Maple Hill, Lauren Krupa and Amanda Kern each scored a goal.
“I have to give credit to Lexi Pascuzzi for maintaining control in the center of the field for us, giving us opportunities to advance the ball early and often,” C-A coach Jacki Cashin. “Danielle and Kelley finished goals really well today. …

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Coxsackie beats Hudson at the homecoming game

Coming off its first loss of the season, Coxsackie-Athens wanted to set the tone early in Friday night’s homecoming football game against cross-county rival Hudson.

The Indians did just that, forcing a turnover on the Bluehawks’ first possession, then marching 56 yards in eight plays for the first score of the game en route to a 14-6 victory.

“I’m just so proud of the kids rebounding from a tough loss last week, coming back this week and putting points on the board,” Coxsackie-Athens coach J.P. Hulslander said. “Our defense played great. Our line really played awesome this week.”

Hulslander was well aware of …

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Girls Volleyball is shut out by Spartans 3-0

GREENVILLE — Greenville downed Coxsackie-Athens 3-0 in straight sets on Thursday in Patroon Conference varsity girls volleyball.
Set scores were 25-18, 25-20 and 25-17.
Lady Spartans' Emily Vetere had 11 serving points, three aces and five kills; Chenoa Berg Cox had six serving points, an ace, five kills and four blocks; Kelsie Morrill had 21 digs.
"The ladies had great communication tonight which contributed to their victory tonight," Greenville coach Lisa Johnson said in an email.
Greenville (11-1) visits Catskill on Monday as C-A (2-7) hosts Germantown today at 5:30 p.m.
— Brian Radewitz


 


Daily News For Homecoming Day (October 2nd)

College representatives from Mount St Mary and SUNY Oneonta will be in Student Services on Friday, October 2. Mount St Mary will be here at 10:30 and SUNY Oneonta at 1pm. If you would like an appointment please see Mrs. Mousseau.

Attention Seniors: Math SAT prep classes will begin Tuesday, October 13. If you have not yet signed up with Mrs. McIntyre, you will need to by October 9th. A list of scheduled dates and times are available in room 250.

The 1st World of Difference Club meeting will be Monday, October 5 at which time we will establish our esteemed officers.

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October 1st News

College representatives from Mount St Mary and SUNY Oneonta will be in Student Services on Friday, October 2. Mount St Mary will be here at 10:30 and SUNY Oneonta at 1pm. If you would like an appointment please see Mrs. Mousseau.
Come to an artists' reception Thursday, October 1st during 10th period for library hall artists. Refreshments will be served!
The 1st World of Difference Club meeting will be Monday, October 5 at which time we will establish our esteemed officers.
Juniors, we need volunteers to sell popcorn during Friday night's Homecoming game. See Mrs. Breen to sign up for a 30 minute …

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C-A crushes Taconic Hills 13-0

Coxsackie-Athens 13, Taconic Hills 0
COPAKE — Coxsackie-Athens jumped out to a 8-0 halftime lead and went on to defeat Taconic Hills 13-0 in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference girls varsity soccer match.
Kelley Hair recorded a hat trick to pace the Lady Indians. Kathryn Casey, Danielle Palmateer, Izzy Coleman and Casey McDonald all had two goals and Sami Sutherland and Allison Wallace each added one.
Sydney Buhrke had two assists, while Hair, Casey, Coleman, and Lexi Pascuzzi contributed one each.
C-A outshot Taconic Hills 29-3 and had 11 corner kicks to the Lady Titans’ two.
Maggie Wolodkevich had one save for the Indians and Patricia Anderson …

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Lady Indians get the 7th win of the season

CHATHAM — Coxsackie-Athens slipped past Chatham on Monday in Patroon Conference girls varsity soccer action as the Indians downed the Panthers 3-1 at Chatham.
C-A’s Danni DeVinney, Danielle Palmateer and Kelley Hair each scored a goal while Kathryn Casey added an assist. In the net, Maggie Wolodkevich grabbed 12 saves on 17 shots.
Chatham’s Taylor Hanson scored her team’s lone goal of the afternoon. Goalie Jenna Ripple had 11 saves on 16 shots.
The Lady Indians (7-1, 6-0 Patroon) travel to Taconic Hills today at 4:15 p.m. while Chatham hosts Catskill on Saturday at 2 p.m.
— Brian Radewitz


 


Today's News for September 30th

College representatives from Mount St Mary and SUNY Oneonta will be in Student Services on Friday, October 2. Mount St Mary will be here at 10:30 and SUNY Oneonta at 1pm. If you would like an appointment please see Mrs. Mousseau.

Come to an artists' reception Thursday, October 1st during 10th period for library hall artists. Refreshments will be served!

The 1st World of Difference Club meeting will be Monday, October 5 at which time we will establish our esteemed officers.

There will be a Prom Committee meeting Thursday, 10th period in Mrs. Roberg's room.

Attention Seniors: SAT review class will begin October 6th. …

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Coxsackie Girl's Volleyball will keep the streak

The Girls Varsity Volleyball team continued it's winning streak yesterday by defeating Chatham 3 games to 0. Aces and kills dominated the court as stars Cheyenne Warren, Liz Oliveira, Kaleigh Griffin, Melody Irwin, Natalie Vining, Rachael Reeves, Alex Collum, Sage Pahl and Jennie Rundell all chipped in. Congratulations, ladies …
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C-A Tennis wins Patroon Conference

Congratulations to the CA girls' tennis team for capturing 1st place in the Patroon Conference with a record of 13 wins and 0 losses. Patroon championships begin today at Maple Hill. Alicia Decker is seeded #1 singles. Calli Boeri is also playing singles. Mairead McCarran, Emma Messick, Maggie Capra and Sarah O'Leary are doubles team. If you see these players and the following players congratulate them on a perfect season. Other team members include: Hannah Lindstrom, Kaylee Sawicki, Nicole Weidel, Abby Draiss, Kat Tergeoglou and Hannah Warner …
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C-A Volleyball beats Hudson

CA Girls Varsity Volleyball Team emerged victorious yesterday vs Hudson. Aces were wild as Kayleigh Griffin, Melody Irwin, Sam McCarten, Alex Collum, Liz Oliveira, Lizzy Dufkin and Rachel Reeves all chipped in. Murderer's Row continued to execute as Sage Pahl, Natalie Vining and Jennie Rundell all stabbed at Hudson with multiple kills. Congrats, ladies! …
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RB Zack Peterson #33
RB Zack Peterson #33

Coxsackie fights to the end in overtime

When Marcus Dunckle intercepted an Alex Archer pass at the goal line to prevent the game-winning touchdown on the final play of regulation, it seemed as though the football Gods were smiling down on the Coxsackie-Athens football team.
Dunckle’s key play in Saturday’s non-league game with Beekmantown came with the scored tied at 21-21 and forced overtime.
As it turned out, the pick just delayed the inevitable, however, as the Eagles went on to score on their first possession of the extra period, then forced a turnover on the Indians’ possession to escape with a hard-fought 28-21 victory at Chaloner …

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CA vs. Chatham 3-1

Coxsackie Athens girls fought a well earned win against Chatham on Tuesday night with a score of 3-1. Goals scored by Danielle Palmateer, Danni Devinney, and Kelley Hair. (8-1-1; 7-1-0)

 


C-A girls' Tennis defeat Hudson 5-2

CA Girls Tennis defeated Hudson 5-2 in a Patroon Conference match. Alicia Decker won in straight sets as did Maggie Capra and Mairead McCarran. Calli Boeri succeeded in a 3 setter. The #1 doubles team lost the first set but Hannah Lindstrom and Sarah O'Leary came back to handily win the next two sets. The last game in regular conference play is at home against Chatham today. Please come out and support the team! …
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C-A News September 29

Come to an artists' reception Thursday, October 1st during 10th period for library hall artists. Refreshments will be served!

There will be a Prom Committee meeting Thursday, 10th period in Mrs. Roberg's room.

Attention Seniors: SAT review class will begin October 6th. All interested students, please see Miss Bryan, Mrs. McIntyre or your counselor to sign up.

Seniors, your counselors are now ready for you to set up your senior reviews. Please come to student services during your study hall or at the end of the day to set up with Mrs. Mousseau.

Seniors: The NYS STEM Incentive Program is providing a …

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C-A girls return to winning ways

The Varsity girls soccer team defeated Cairo-Durham yesterday by the score of 4-0. The win improves the teams record to 6-0-1 in the Patroon Conference. The girls next game is Monday September 28th at Chatham. …
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C-A Girls defeat Ichabod Crane

The Varsity Field Hockey Team played a well, hard fought game this past Tuesday against Ichabod Crane. The Lady Indians played a great defensive game, lead by seniors Sarah Smith and Rachel Dorr. The ladies also played a great offensive game, thanks to Emily Nazi, Courtney Sherman, Sophie Saccoccie, Kaylee Lasher, Olivia Bradt, and Miranda Hartmann. A special thanks goes to Nicole Whitbeck for scoring a goal as a mid fielder, and the top honor goes to Katelyn for her sole performance as center, and shooting and scoring a goal. It was a great win for the Varsity Team. The …
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CA Wins Against Ichabod Crane

VALATIE — Coxsackie-Athens grabbed a 2-1 victory over Ichabod Crane in Patroon Conference varsity field hockey play on Tuesday at ICC.
"Even though we lost, we continue to improve. It was a good, competitive game that could have gone either way," ICC coach Debbie Smith said.
Whitbeck and Martell each scored a goal for the Lady Indians while Jenna Rothwein scored off of an assist by Felicia Chiera for ICC.
C-A held an advantage in shots on goal (7-5) and penalty corners (5-3).
ICC (0-2) hosts Taconic Hills as C-A (1-1) plays at Emma Willard on Thursday at 4:15 p.m.


 


C-A News Sept. 25

Congratulations to Junior Class Officers: President: Sam Horsman, Vice President: Jonathan Baxter, Co-Treasurers: Philip Horsman and Macey Jourdin, Secretary: Julia Dorr
Attention Seniors: SAT review class will begin October 6th. All interested students, please see Miss Bryan, Mrs. McIntyre or your counselor to sign up.
Seniors, your counselors are now ready for you to set up your senior reviews. Please come to student services during your study hall or at the end of the day to set up with Mrs. Mousseau.
Seniors: The NYS STEM Incentive Program is providing a full SUNY tuition scholarshop to the top 10 percent of …

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C-A and Greenville tie in soccer

COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens and Greenville each entered Tuesday’s Patroon Conference varsity girls matchup with perfect league records but neither team could put away the other, with the game ending in a 2-2 double-overtime draw.
“I feel like our team dominated possession of the game,” Lady Indians coach Jacki Cashin said. “We had plenty of opportunities with 27 shots. In order to win big games we need to be able to find the back of the net. I’m certain we will be able to do that because we had several shots that we are just hitting wide.”
Chelsea Ruggiero got the scoring started …

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C-A News

A college representative from Southern Vermont College will be in Student Services on Monday, September 21. Please see Mrs. Mousseau for an appointment.

The course add/drop period is over. Begininng Monday, 09.21, any course request changed require written approval from teachers, parents, school counselors and Mr. Quiles. All course withdrawls after today will result in showing a 'withdrawn' on a student's transcript.

Attention all 9th Grade Students: We need class officers! If you are interested in being a leader and making sure you have an excellent Junior Prom, please see Ms. Pray today. We have openings for class president, vice president, secretary …

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Ecommerce Team 2015

Welcome to our scores up 2015 website. This website is run by our ecommerce team. We are a small but dedicated class who are proud to be running this website for all to enjoy. We will be featuring local sports articles, games, and school announcements. Visit scoresup.com/coxsackie-athens for all your C-A news. The members of the ecommerce team are Isaiah Cerle, Dominic Giannascoli, Zachary Hebert, Gabrielle Holdridge, Zarea Howard, Marco Landi, Kaitlyn Martell, and Ashley Wixon.

 


CA Girls Remain Undefeated

PATROON GIRLS SOCCER
Coxsackie-Athens 10, Hudson 0
HUDSON — Kelley Hair had three goals and assisted on two others as Coxsackie-Athens blanked Hudson 10-0 in Patroon Conference girls varsity soccer action Wednesday.
Lexi Pascuzzi had two goals and two assists and Gen DeFrancesco added two goals for the Lady Indians.
Also for C-A, Alexa Blunck and Dani DeVinney had a goal and an assist each, Danielle Palmateer had a goal and Skylar Pigott and Sydney Burke had one assist apiece.
The Indians owned a 29-2 advantage in shots on goal.
C-A split goaltending duties betwen Maggie Wolodkevich (two saves) and Patricia Anderson (no saves). Gabby Cozzolino …

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