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The visiting Hartwick men’s basketball team lost to Russell Sage College 76-69 on Monday, March 1 in the team’s first game in 373 days.

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The northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail is the summit of Mt. Kathadin in north-central Maine. Since the majority of AT hikers of the nearly 2200 mile trail end there, I thought I would leave it for the last column in this series.

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State University of New York Chancellor Jim Malatras announced Tuesday, Feb. 23, that the State University of New York Athletic Conference will resume spring sports beginning March 20.

The Mountain Athletic Club Grounds at Fleischmanns Park received $1,238 from the Historical Society of the Town of Middletown to pay for a roadside historical marker.

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Delhi senior Alex Haight scored a game-high 37 points—totaling 1000—to lead the Bulldogs to a 80-52 victory over visiting Greene.

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Wednesday was one of those days that you don’t mind having winter. It was a little warmer, the sun was out and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky. After the ice storm, the snow had settled, so I decided to take a walk up the hill.

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With Tommy John surgery in the review mirror, Oneonta High School alumnus Teddy McGraw is set to open his freshman collegiate baseball season with Division I Wake Forest on Friday, Feb. 18.

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The Empire 8 Athletic Conference, of which Hartwick College is a member, announced on Feb. 16 that its presidents council has voted unanimously to have a spring sports season.

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