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Arlington boys place eighth at Federation Championship

Steve Arnett expected his team to be in the top 15, although he was hopeful for maybe 10th or 11th place.

But on Saturday, the Arlington High School cross country coach was pleasantly surprised when his boys team finished eighth at the New York State Federation Championships at Bowdoin Park. 297 more words

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Three locals shine in state swimming preliminaries

Franklin D. Roosevelt junior Amber Diehl, as well as Our Lady of Lourdes sophomore Clare Bosse and Roy C. Ketcham senior Heidi Simpfenderfer each will compete in the finals of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association girls swimming and diving championships on Saturday at Ithaca College. 235 more words

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Familiar names return to state swimming championships

A year ago, New Paltz High School girls swimming coach Don Bartlett said that, entering the state championships, competitors seeing familiar faces is a comforting sight. 329 more words

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Seefeldt, Coon overcame hardship to be state champs

CORTLAND – Fittingly, it was Stephanie Seefeldt who was handed the championship plaque on Sunday. As is custom in ceremonies following a state final, that keepsake is presented to the captains of winning teams. 402 more words

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Arlington wins state championship in double overtime

CORTLAND – History!

“This is the most incredible feeling I’ve ever had,” senior Emily Allen said.

“This gives me an amazing sense of accomplishment,” junior Kiana Jedlicka said. 743 more words

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Timm, Huggard among local bests at state cross country meet

Caroline Timm had one proclamation on Saturday when it was all over:

“Running is hard!”

The Our Lady of Lourdes High School cross country runner had the right to be a bit overwhelmed, having competed in the New York State championships at Chenango Valley State Park. 460 more words

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Girls soccer: Arlington anxious for state semifinals, despite mannequin act

FREEDOM PLAINS – There was complete silence and the players appeared petrified.

Everything, it seemed, came to a standstill on the pitch and the Arlington High School girls soccer team simply froze. 958 more words

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