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The Hastings 14U Yellow Jackets’ baseball team launched their 2020 summer season in the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League (GHVBL) on July 9 with an 8-1 win over the Cobra Baseball Academy of Greenwich, Conn.

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With the cancellation of the spring high school sports season, The Rivertowns Enterprise is running a series of salutes to the seniors who did not get the chance to wrap up their careers on the field. This week will recognize the softball players.

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With the cancellation of the spring high school sports season, The Rivertowns Enterprise is running a series of salutes to the seniors who did not get the chance to wrap up their careers on the playing field. This week we honor the baseball players.

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What seemed inevitable came to fruition on May 1 when Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that schools throughout New York State would remain closed through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year, thus ending any hopes for a spring scholastic sports season.

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Almost a full year after Artie McCormack left his post as Irvington’s athletic director for a similar job at Pearl River, the district found his permanent replacement in John Buonamano.

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After being named the Enterprise softball player of the year twice, and leading the Ardsley Panthers to a state title in her final season, Lauren Rende was looking forward to playing at the Division-1 level at Manhattan College.

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The New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced on March 23 the cancellation of the remaining winter state championship events. The impacted contests include the boys’ and girls’ basketball regionals and state championships, as well as the ice hockey and bowling championships.

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While administrators were wrestling with the decision to keep school doors open or close them to students, spring sports coaches tried to keep their players’ hopes of a season alive as talk to the contrary surrounded them.

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The New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced on March 12 that it was postponing the remaining winter championships — including boys’ and girls’ basketball, ice hockey, and bowling — because of concern over the coronavirus.

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Inside an empty gym at Marlboro High School, Hastings rallied from a seven-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the host team, 48-45, in the first round of the state playoffs on March 11. The game was held sans spectators due to concerns about the Covid-19 coronavirus. Only a handful of me…

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Irvington’s Sarah Garcia continued her strong outdoor track and field season with an impressive seventh-place finish in the 1500-meter race walk at the New York State championships on March 7 at the Ocean Breeze Track and Field Facility on Staten Island.

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Christian Lee placed fourth in the 200-IM and helped a pair of AHEDI relay teams to top-18 finishes at the New York State boys’ swim and diving championships on March 6-7 at the Nassau County Aquatic Center.

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Emotions ran deep for not only the teams on the court, but for everyone in attendance at the Section 1 Class B championship match between fourth-seeded Irvington and second-seeded Putnam Valley on March 7 at the Westchester Country Center in White Plains.

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Week seven of Hastings Recreation Basketball’s regular 10-game season anticipated the seedings for the playoffs, which begin March 23. The resumption of play on Feb. 29 after a two-week winter break did little to cool the ardor of the contestants.

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Ardsley’s George Lebberes (285) ended his high school wrestling career with a third-place finish at the state championships in Albany. Meanwhile, Irvington’s Ian Schwam (145) earned All-State honors with a seventh-place effort. The two-day event was hosted at the Times-Union Arena on Feb. 28-29.

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