WELCOME TO HUDSON VALLEY SPORTS REPORT!
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22
* HIGH SCHOOLS *
HS BOYS SOCCER, SECTION 1-AA TOURNAMENT: Arlington No. 1 seed ; JJ 5th, RCK 6, Mahopac 15, Carmel 16
HS BOYS SOCCER, SECTION 1-A TOURNAMENT: Beacon seeded 19th
HS BOYS SOCCER, SECTION 1-C TOURNAMENT: Haldane seeded No. 3
HS BOYS SOCCER: Kingston at Roosevelt, 4:15 pm.
HS GIRLS SOCCER, SECTION 1-AA TOURNAMENT: Arlington seeded 3rd; John Jay 4, Mahopac 7th, Ketcham 15th
HS GIRLS SOCCER, SECTION 1-A TOURNAMENT: Beacon seeded 16th, Lourdes No. 18
HS GIRLS SOCCER, SECTION 1-C TOURNAMENT: Haldane seeded No. 1, goes straight to title game Nov. 2
HS FIELD HOCKEY, SECTION 1-A TOURNAMENT: Mahopac seeded 2nd, Carmel 5th, John Jay 8, Arlington 10
HS FIELD HOCKEY, SECTION 1-B TOURNAMENT: Brewster seeded 12th
HS FIELD HOCKEY, SECTION 1-C TOURNAMENT: Pawling seeded 3rd
HS VOLLEYBALL, SECTION 1-AA TOURNAMENT: Mahopac seeded 2nd, John Jay 6th, Arlington 9, Carmel 14th, Ketcham 15
HS VOLLEYBALL, SECTION 1-A TOURNAMENT: Beacon seeded 9th, Brewster No. 17
HS VOLLEYBALL, SECTION 1-B TOURNAMENT: Lourdes seeded 7th
HS VOLLEYBALL, SECTION 1-C TOURNAMENT: Pawling seeded 6th
HS VOLLEYBALL, SECTION 1-D TOURNAMENT: Haldane seeded 2nd
HS GIRLS TENNIS: Section Nine Tournament, semifinals and finals, at Goshen, 9 a.m.
HS GIRLS TENNIS: Section One Tournament, semifinals and finals, at Harrison, 3 p.m.
* COLLEGES *
COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER: WOMEN’S SOCCER Canisius at Marist, 1 p.m.
COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER: William Paterson at Vassar, 4 p.m.
COLLEGE MEN’S SOCCER: Marist at Canisius, 4 p.m.
COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL: Quinnipiac at Marist, 7 p.m.
COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY: SUNY New Paltz at RPI, 5 p.m.
* NEW YORK PRO SPORTS *
NBA: Washington at New York (preseason), 7:30
NBA: Brooklyn at Boston (preseason), 7:30 p.m.

Sending our thoughts and prayers and strength to Red Hook football coach John Kravic

Our thoughts, prayers and strength go out this morning to Red Hook High School football head coach John Kravic.

Kravic, who led the team to the playoffs in his first year last fall, has stepped aside this season to continue his battle with leukemia.

So far, so good for John, as we wish nothing but continued success for this honorable man.

Former Red Hook football and wrestling coach Bill Stutz has taken over the program for this season.

One Response to Sending our thoughts and prayers and strength to Red Hook football coach John Kravic

  1. Sean Keenan Reply

    August 21, 2014 at 5:24 pm

    I’ve know John for several years, he is a man that defines “Class”. The thoughts and prayers of the Millbrook Football team are with John during this time.
    Sean Keenan

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