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The Best Gifts from Schoharie County

Dr. Tommy Ibrahim Leaving Bassett Healthcare Network, Staci Thompson, MHA, Named Interim CEO

Written By Editor on 11/29/23 | 11/29/23

Cooperstown, N.Y. – Today, Bassett Healthcare Network’s board of directors announced that after nearly four years of serving as president and CEO, Tommy Ibrahim, MD, MHA, has decided to leave the organization at the end of the year. The Bassett Healthcare Network board has voted to appoint Staci Thompson, MHA, Bassett Healthcare Network’s current executive vice president and chief operating officer, as Dr. Ibrahim’s successor. Thompson will assume the role of interim CEO on January 1, 2024.    

 

“Since joining Bassett Healthcare Network in 2020, Tommy has put his visionary leadership to work for Bassett by continuing the transformation of Bassett’s hospitals and other facilities into a more integrated delivery system, forging strong partnerships with forward-thinking organizations and re-imagining the possibilities for how and where care can be delivered,” said Doug Hastings, chair of Bassett Healthcare Network’s board of directors. “The board is supportive of Tommy’s decision to leave the organization to pursue new leadership opportunities in healthcare. We wish him and his family the very best in this next chapter.”

 

Under Tommy’s leadership, Bassett successfully transformed its operating model while navigating pandemic- and industry-related headwinds. Bassett has partnered with leading organizations like Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Optum, and Andreessen Horowitz to enhance how the system operates and prepares the next generation of healthcare providers and caregivers.

 

“It has been an honor and privilege to lead this amazing organization and to work alongside Doug Hastings, the Bassett Healthcare Network board, and multitudes of wonderful people. Without question, the accomplishment I am most proud of is building a strong executive leadership team to guide the organization forward in this next chapter,” said Dr. Ibrahim. “I have the utmost confidence that Staci’s operational expertise and rigor is exactly what the organization needs to ensure Bassett is functioning at its best today while continuing to plan for the future.”

 

Thompson joined Bassett in 2023 from The Guthrie Clinic, where she held several executive leadership positions, including executive vice president and chief operating officer for Guthrie Medical Group. In her current role as chief operating officer, Thompson has made strides in areas critical to Bassett’s continued success, including operational performance, quality, and patient experience.

 

“Staci is a respected, experienced leader with a real heart for rural healthcare,” said Hastings. “Her passion for Bassett and the people we serve, along with her demonstrated operational expertise, makes Staci the right person to lead the organization forward. In her role as interim CEO, Staci will focus on continuing to improve our core operations while upholding our commitment to being a national model for rural healthcare delivery.”  

 

In partnership with the executive leadership team, physicians and other caregivers, Thompson will ensure Bassett continues its sharp focus on elevating operations and working to best serve its communities today and for generations to come.

 

“I am honored that the rich legacy of Bassett has been entrusted to me. Surrounded by the capable team of leaders at Bassett, I have confidence in our ability to never miss a beat in providing the care that our patients expect,” said Thompson. “My immediate focus is the Bassett team. Bassett's physicians, advanced practice clinicians, nurses, other clinical professionals, and administrative and support staff ensure that Bassett can provide the care that our communities deserve. Recruitment and engagement of the Bassett team is at the core of operational excellence and a top priority for me in this role.”

 

Over the coming weeks, Ibrahim and Thompson will work together with the Bassett Healthcare Network board of directors and executive leadership team to ensure a smooth transition of leadership.


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Holiday Market Pop Ups at CANO Merge the Arts and Shopping Local

Written By Editor on 11/27/23 | 11/27/23



Artists, makers, and vintage vendors are popping up alongside DJ’s, Santa, art and craft activity tables, drag performers and more in a unique holiday shopping experience. It has been nearly 10 years since vendors have ‘popped up’ at CANO’s historic Wilber Mansion in downtown Oneonta. This December 1, 2, & 9, locals and visitors will have several opportunities to shop handmade and local while making holiday ornaments or having their tarot cards read.

 

“There is a plethora of Holiday Markets in the area. As an arts organization, our mission is to support artists and engage the community with artistic presentations,” remarked CANO Executive Director Hope Von Stengel. “In the spirit of the City of the Hills Festival, we are hosting pop ups that spotlight artists and makers, while providing opportunities for locals of all ages to experience the arts.”

 

Each market date features different vendors and attractions. Face painting, Big Al’s BBQ, Celia Buchanan’s holiday monoprinting workshop, DJ Casey Ruland spinning Drum & Bass, and adult and kid portraits are some attractions. Sleighin’ the Hills Drag & Brunch brings regional drag performers to CANO for two festive shows on December 9 at 1 & 3pm. Tickets are available for $10 at cityofthehillsfest.org. The rest of Holiday Market will be open to all guests that day with brunch-y foods and vendors.

 

Holiday Market Pop Ups at CANO on: December 1, 4-9pm, December 2, 11am-4pm, and December 9, noon-5pm. Free and open to the public. More information regarding a timeline of activities and events can be found at cityofthehillsfest.org or by emailing cityofthehillsfest@gmail.com


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Roxbury Fire District Annual Election Notice



Please take notice that the annual election of the Roxbury Fire District will take place on Tuesday, December 12th, 2023 between the hours of 6pm and 9pm at the basement of the Roxbury Fire Hall, 53613 Main Street, Roxbury NY 12474 for the purpose of electing one Commissioner for a five year term, commencing January 1, 2024 and ending December 31, 2028.  Candidates for the District Office shall file their names with the Secretary of the Fire Commission, Laura Bouton, in person or at mailing address Roxbury Fire District, PO Box 421, Roxbury NY 12474 or in person, no later than December 8th, 2023.



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BOIL WATER NOTICE

BOIL WATER NOTICE

Following a recent leak repair in the Halcottsville Water District,
BOIL YOUR WATER BEFORE USING

Bring tap water to a rolling boil, boil for one minute, and cool before using. Or use bottled water certified for sale by the New York State Department of Health. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth, and preparing food until further notice.

This Boil Water Notice applies to Halcottsville Water District customers.

You will need to boil your water until further notice. You will be informed when tests show that you no longer need to boil your water.

For more information, please contact:
Diana Fronckowiak via email: middwater@catskill.net, phone 845 586-4418 or the NYS Dept. of Health at 607-432-3911.

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Mobile Cancer Screening Rescheduled



MIDDLEBURGH - There will be a free cancer screening Thursday, Dec. 14 from 9am-3pm outside the Bassett Healthcare Center on Baker Avenue in Middleburgh. The event is free and will include mammograms, breast exams, pap tests, and pelvic exams. All eligible uninsured and underinsured individuals 40 and older are eligible and those with insurance will have their policies billed. There will also be colorectal cancer screening take-home kits available. Call 1-888-345-0225 to book your appointment.



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A Thank You to Readers

Written By Editor on 11/25/23 | 11/25/23

A special thanks to our readers for helping our website pass 3.5 million viewers!

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Margaretville Hunter Seriously Injured In Fall

Written By Editor on 11/24/23 | 11/24/23

Rescue personnel place injured hunter Gary Smith into a waiting ambulance after transporting him out of the woods at the head of the Dry Brook Valley. — Halcottsville Fire Department photos


ARKVILLE — A 67-year-old Margaretville man sustained serious injuries in a fall while hunting on November 17.

Gary Smith was hunting in a remote section of the Dry Brook Valley when he reportedly lost his footing on slippery terrain and plunged about 20 feet into a ravine. 

The victim began yelling for help, but the dense forest made it difficult for his companions to locate him. Mr. Smith was one of 11 family members and friends who was staying at the historic Camp 13 when the accident occurred.

The hunting party knew the general location where Mr. Smith had planned to hunt, but still had trouble pinpointing his whereabouts.  Fortunately, they were equipped with walkie-talkies which enabled them to find Mr. Smith after a search of more than a half-hour. Despite the mountainous terrain, the searchers were able to radio for medical assistance. 

Margaretville Fire Chief Nelson Delameter said his department was alerted to the emergency at 1:12 p.m. Saturday and arrived at Camp 13 in about 20 minutes. 

Recognizing that Mr. Smith was seriously injured, a medical helicopter was summoned, landing in a clearing near the Eagle Lodge property. Chief Delameter said carrying Mr. Smith through the wooded terrain was extremely difficult, compounded by the extreme pain he was in. 

It took approximately 45 minutes to transport him out of the woods. Because of the length of time, the helicopter had to respond to another emergency and a second helicopter was summoned and landed in the area off Dry Brook Road known as Kelly Flats. Mr. Smith was then transported to Albany Medical Center. He was reportedly being treated for broken ribs and a punctured lung. 

Mr. Smith was very familiar with the terrain where he was hunting, having ventured to Camp 13 for much of his life. His grandfather, Leyden Smith was among the original owners when the camp was established 90 years ago. Gary’s dad, Thomas, followed in the chain of ownership.  Gary and, more recently his son, Brent, are the third and fourth generation of partners in the camp. 

Chief Delameter said, in addition to his department, rescue personnel responding to the scene were volunteers from the Arkville, Fleischmanns and Halcottsville fire departments, and the Margaretville Hospital Emergency Medical Services. Five Forest Rangers from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation also assisted, along with several State Troopers. 

The Margaretville Fire Department was back in service shortly after 6 p.m.



A helicopter gets ready to airlift injured hunter Gary Smith of Margaretville to the Albany Medical Center.



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Third Home In Week Burns In Middletown

Written By Editor on 11/23/23 | 11/23/23

Third Home In Week Burns In Middletown



MARGARETVILLE — A third house was lost to fire in a week’s time in the Town of Middletown when flames destroyed a home off East Hubbell Hill Road, Margaretville on Saturday, Nov. 18,

Firefighters were summoned to the blaze at 1:43 a.m. When volunteers arrived 15 minutes later, the two-story house at 90 Casale Lane was fully involved in flames. Two occupants and a dog were able to escape unharmed after they were alerted by a smoke alarm. The home was owned by David and Deanna Kirk. The Red Cross has been contacted to assist.


Firefighters work to extinguish a fire that was discovered early in the morning on Saturday, Nov. 18 off East Hubbell Hill Road, Margaretville.

Margaretville Fire Chief Nelson Delameter said the main part of the fire was knocked down in about a half-hour. He reported that the fire had too large of a head start and the house was a total loss. Volunteers were called back to scene to extinguish a rekindle about 8 a.m.

“Firefighters did pretty well with the initial attack,” Chief Delameter commented. 

He said the cause of the fire remains under investigation. 


Only a portion of this home on East Hubbell Hill Road, Margaretville was left standing after a devastating fire that broke out on Saturday, Nov. 18.


Firefighters from Margaretville, Halcottsville, Arkville, Fleischmanns and Roxbury responded to the scene. Volunteers from the Bovina Fire Department set up a water supply and Arena firefighters were alerted for standby assistance.

In an eerie coincidence, the Margaretville Chief said a fire five days earlier on Taco Lane leveled a home about 500 yards from Saturday’s blaze. 

A smoke alarm was credited with allowing two residents and a dog to escape this Margaretville fire uninjured. The home was a complete loss.

Chief Delameter said deeply rutted and muddy roads resulted in several heavy emergency vehicles getting stuck and requiring towing services.










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Inspiration Point brought to you by the Mountaintop Interfaith Community

Written By Editor on 11/22/23 | 11/22/23

Inspiration Point
brought to you by the Mountaintop Interfaith Community

I woke up and realized life is great and people are awesome and life is worth living. - Hulk Hogan, retired professional wrestler

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33rd Annual Cherry Valley Holiday Weekend

Written By The Mountain Eagle on 11/20/23 | 11/20/23

CHERRY VALLEY — The Historic Cherry Valley Businesses invite you to join in the festive cheer at the 33rd Annual Cherry Valley Holiday Weekend, a cherished community tradition that has become a beacon of joy for residents and visitors alike. This event will run December 1st through 3rd, Friday 5pm - 8pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am - 5pm.

Kicking off on Friday, December 1st, this jubilant weekend promises a magical experience with a delightful array of events and activities spread throughout the historic village and town of Cherry Valley. Whether you're a local or a visitor, there's something special for everyone during this celebratory weekend.

Key Highlights of the 33rd Annual Cherry Valley Holiday Weekend:

Tree Lighting Ceremony: Witness the magic as the village comes alive with twinkling lights during the enchanting tree lighting ceremony Friday at 6pm. The Happy Haggs and Father Christmas help continue this heartwarming tradition that marks the official start of the holiday season in Cherry Valley.  The tree is decorated and provided by the Village of Cherry Valley.

Live Music: Immerse yourself in the festive tunes that will fill the air, courtesy of talented local musicians. The Big Unity Band will perform Friday night at the Red Shed Ale House and the Cherry Valley Cadette Girl Scouts will host Holiday Karaoke during their Holiday Drink Sale Saturday & Sunday 10am - 3pm. From classic carols to modern holiday favorites, they are sure to add a harmonious touch to the celebration.

Raffles and Prizes: Get ready for a chance to win exciting prizes at the raffles held throughout the weekend. The community spirit shines as local businesses contribute to the festivities with generous giveaways. The Historic Cherry Valley Businesses will host a basket raffle to benefit their activities and the Backpack program. The Catholic Church will also host a raffle during their luncheon Saturday from 11am - 2pm.

Workshops and Activities: Engage in the holiday spirit with hands-on workshops and activities suitable for all ages. From cookie decorating at 25 Main Collective and holiday card decorating at Cherry Valley Artworks to a free Sweater Swap at The Telegraph School, these interactive sessions offer a creative outlet for everyone in your family.

"We are so happy to reach this incredible milestone of the 33rd Annual Cherry Valley Holiday Weekend. This event is a beloved tradition, organized by a long line of dedicated community members, from Nancy Erway and Jackie Hull to Noelle Adamoschek and myself, among others. It brings our community together in the spirit of joy and celebration. We invite everyone to join us for a weekend filled with festive moments and gifts for everyone on your list." says Angelica Palmer, one of the event organizers and owner of The Telegraph School.

The 33rd Annual Cherry Valley Holiday Weekend is a testament to the town's commitment to fostering community bonds and spreading holiday cheer. Mark your calendars, bring your friends and family, and be part of this heartwarming celebration.

For more information please contact: Noelle Adamoschek (Event Coordinator) at 25maincollective@gmail.com or (607) 264-5340.



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Cobleskill’s “December to Remember” Lots of Fun for Everyone!

By Elizabeth Barr

COBLESKILL — Anna Marie Collins, Committee Chairperson for the “December to Remember” Committee and her team hopes you will join them in Cobleskill for a GRAND Celebration the entire month of December. They are working hard to make this the Best Holiday Celebration Ever!

  • December 2nd 5 pm – The Annual Christmas Parade. Then meet Santa and Mrs. Clause at the Firehouse

  • December 10th 12 – 4 pm – Elks Christmas Craft Show – Stunning gifts & a fabulous time

  • December 17th 4 pm – Veterans Park, Cobleskill – A Live Manger – The Churches in the area will be getting together to sing Christmas Carols and to celebrate the “Reason for the Season”, Cocoa, treats & refreshments will be available at Pizza Shack

Get your Holiday Sweaters (ugly or not) and have a great time with them. Don’t forget the jingle bells!

Mark your calendars now. For more information, please email acollins127@aol.com 



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Join In Historic Sharon Springs For Holiday Weekend, Highlighted By Annual Holiday Artisan Faire With Holiday Events All Weekend Long

Join us for a Holiday Weekend Dec 1-4 in historic Sharon Springs, New York. Friday evening, kick off holidays with Klinkhart Hall and an enchanting evening with Veronica Klaus and the Lance Horne Trio. Veronica's captivating vocals, paired with the talented trio's arrangements, promise a magical experience. Secure your tickets with at Klinkharthall.org/shop.

Saturday brings a myriad of holiday festivities beginning with our Annual Holiday Artisan Faire:
* Shop Artisan vendors in the dining rooms of The American Hotel and 204 Main Bistro.
* Enjoy Holiday Open Houses at Local Shops, Open 10-6.
* Savor warm seasonal delights and festive beverages
* Hunt for Candy Canes on a Scavenger Hunt throughout
* Decorate Holiday Cookies at Brimstone Bakery
* Free to attend

Later on Saturday, get in the holiday spirit with a Tree Lighting with Santa & The Holiday Parade of Lights. Begins at 5:30pm
Presented by The Sharon Springs Central School PTO. Tree Lighting on the SSCS lawn and parade route begins on SSCS Driveway, Right on Route 20, Left on State Route 10, Left on Park Street, Right on Beechwood Road and ends at the Sharon Springs Fire Department with a visit from Santa & friends, gifts, and a hot cocoa bar with treats!

Sunday winds down a bit, but the holiday spirit continues with the Candy Cane Scavenger Hunt and Holiday Open Houses throughout our local shops. Open 10-6.

For more information, a vendor application, please visit https://www.sharonspringschamber.org, follow us on FB and Instagram @sharonspringschamber or (e) sharonspringschamber@gmail.com.

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SUNY Cobleskill Fighting Tiger Weekly Recap

The SUNY Cobleskill men’s basketball team opened the season with a pair of impressive home non-conference wins defeating the Blazers of Elms College 84-71 followed on Saturday by 74-60 victory over the Hawks of Hartwick College to open the season at 2-0 overall. Fighting Tiger sophomore guard Robert Long, Rochester, N.Y., McQuaid Jesuit High School, was the driving force for the Orange & Black averaging 21.5 points, 2.0 steals, 1.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game while connecting on 16-of-30 shots from the field, 53.3%, 8-of-18 from three-point range, .444, and connecting on all three of his field goal attempts on the week.

The Fighting Tiger women’s basketball team opened the 2023-24 season in strong fashion posting a pair of non-conference road wins during the week defeating the host Garnett Chargers of Union College in Schenectady on Wednesday evening by a 73-66 margin before traveling to Danbury, Ct. on Sunday afternoon to defeat the Wolves of Western Connecticut State University by a score of 65-54 to open the season at 2-0 overall. Junior guard/forward Cara Walker, Phelps, N.Y., Midlakes High School, averaged 17.5 points, 11.0 rebounds, 5.0 steals and 3.0 assists per game.  

The Cobleskill men’s cross country team posted a team total of 501 points to place 16th overall in a 28-team field at the 2023 NCAA Division III Niagara Regional Championships hosted by Houghton University at the Field of Dreams in Houghton, N.Y. on Saturday to close out their season. Fighting Tiger senior Nick Logan, Queensbury, N.Y., Queensbury High School, was the team’s top finisher at the event placing 52nd overall in the 176-runner field by covering the 8000-meter course in a time of 25:59.4.

The women’s cross country team closed out their 2023 campaign on Saturday by posting a team total of 485 points to place 17th overall in a 26-team field at the 2023 NCAA Division III Niagara Regional Championships hosted by Houghton University at the Field of Dreams in Houghton, N.Y. Fighting Tiger first-year runner Lilianna Peters, Hinsdale, N.Y., Allegany-Limestone High School, was the team’s top finisher in the 147-runner field covering the 6000-meter loop in a time of 23:03.7.

The Hunt Seat Equestrian competed in a pair of Intercollegiate Horse Show Association’s (IHSA) Region 3 Zone 2 shows hosted by the Mustangs of Morrisville State College at the Morrisville State Equestrian Center. In the first show, the Fighting Tigers posted a team score of 26 points to place fifth overall in a 10-team field followed in the second show with an excellent effort as Cobleskill registered a team total of 36 points to claim a second place finish versus a 10-team field. Sophomore Caroline Palmer, Pittsfield, Mass., Taconic High School, earned high point rider honors on Sunday with outstanding individual efforts in Intermediate Flats and Open Over Fences to help the team to their second place finish.

UPCOMING HOME CONTESTS:                                                  

Morrisville State 12/2, Mount Saint Mary’s 12/4

Women’s Basketball vs. MCLA 11/20, Morrisville State 12/2, Westfield State 12/13



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SUNY’s Karageozian Named to NAC Soccer Sportsmanship Team

The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) announced today that SUNY Cobleskill sophomore Saro Karageozian, Colonie, N.Y., Colonie High School, has been named to the 2023 NAC Men’s Soccer Sportsmanship Team by the league’s coaches.

The sportsmanship team honors student-athletes in keeping with the conference's theme of "Creating an Atmosphere of Respect" for each of its sports. The establishment of the Sportsmanship Team in all sports is in concert with the league's ultimate goal to create an atmosphere that places the highest regard for exemplary behavior of all participants, coaches, administrators, fans and officials.

During the season the defender/midfielder appeared in 10 games on the season for the Fighting Tigers.

According to Cobleskill Head Coach Joe Machado, the Colonie High School alumnus is deserving of this recognition because of his work ethic and leadership ability.

“Saro is a great teammate and a very hard worker. He is respectful on and off the field and a good sportsman. As a sophomore he was a great example this fall to our large freshman class.”



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The Gift Corral & the Cobleskill Flea Market introduce the Holiday Hustle Drawing

By Elizabeth Barr

HOWES CAVE — Dot Van Apeldoorn, owner of the Gift Corral, has a nice gift shop with Teddy Bears and other unique items and antiques at her booth in the Cobleskill Flea Market in Howes Caves. She and all the vendors at the Flea Market are gearing up for the Christmas Hustle. 

Beginning, Wednesday, November 22, at 10 am the Cobleskill Flea Market will begin the HOLIDAY HUSTLE.  Each visitor to the Flea Market may put in one slip each day for a “FREE” drawing box. The first winner will be drawn on December 1st and the second will be drawn on December 20th.  Shop Vendors are contributing their merchandise for these two great boxes of gifts. Please stop in if you are interested in learning more about the HOLIDAY HUSTLE. 48 Vendors and still growing! The Cobleskill Flea Market is located at 2022 Route 7 in Howes Cave, NY.  Hours of operation are Wednesday – Sunday 10-4 pm.  

This is truly one of Schoharie County's hidden treasures.  



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Cherry Valley to Kick Off Christmas Season

CHERRY VALLEY - Come to the Cherry Valley Holiday Weekend starting Friday, December 1 and visit their shops, artisans and restaurants to celebrate the holiday season.  

Friday evening features a tree-lighting ceremony with Santa and more, as well as live music and entertainment at various locations throughout the village. Stores and restaurants will be open Saturday and Sunday and there will be many other wonderful events and workshops throughout the weekend.

Friday from 5pm-8pm

Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm

For updates & lots of nice pictures, visit them on facebook and instagram at @CherryValleyNYBiz.



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Delaware League Soccer All Stars for 2023-24 School Year

Boys All Stars

1st Team:   Charlotte Valley – Trevor Waid

                   Downsville/Walton – Nolan Barnhart, Phillip Eggers, Travis Houck 

                   Gilboa Conesville– Jamie Perry, Sean Wille

                   Hunter Tannersville – Thomas Houlihan

                   Margaretville – Tristan Mc Vitty, Aleksander Bandhan

                   South Kortright – Jack Byrne, Darren Dengler, Damon Pietantroni, Connor Quarino

2nd Team:  Charlotte Valley – John Gonsalves, Darrion Matz

                    Downsville/Walton – David Gatchalian, Chase Maberry

                    Gilboa Conesville – Jacob Strauch

                    Hunter Tannersville – Jayden Dixon, Grady Glennon

                    Jefferson/Stamford – Jon Michael Leas

                    Margaretville – Jon Flores, Connor Wayman

                    Roxbury – Roni Grieco

                    South Kortright – Lee Marigliano, Logan Reinshagen

                    Windham – Tyler Lashua 

Hon Mention:  Charlotte Valley – Travis Blumberg, Ezra Ontl

                           Downsville/Walton – Billy Gilmore, Nate Harrington

                           Gilboa Conesville – Brandan Cross, Myles Uhalde

                           Hunter Tannersville – Connor Schiefer

                           Jefferson/Stamford – Jordan Anderson

                           Margaretville – Hunter Balcom, CJ Fairbairn

                           Roxbury – Taran Davis

                           South Kortright – Chase Rockefeller, Jacob Staroba, JB Trimbell

                           Windham – Jack Pellettier, Jacob Schwartz

Girls All Stars

1st Team:  Charlotte Valley – Natalie Amadon, Maeve Carey, Cadence Losie

                  Downsville/Walton – Kiahna Henderson

                   Margaretville – Ana Gavette, Annalyse Sass

                   South Kortright – Carlee Dropp, Addy Eckert

                   Windham – Ashtyn Hansen, Hannah Tuttle

2nd Team:  Charlotte Valley – Kailey Whitbeck, Jessica Zuill

                    Downsville/Walton – Eve Foster

                    Gilboa Conesville – Caitlyn Ciaravino

                    Hunter Tannersville – Angelina Dixon

                    Margaretville – Livy Grieco, Alyssa Maggio

                    Roxbury – MiKayla Wright

                    South Kortright – Madysen Reeves, Nora Trimbell

                    Stamford/Jefferson – Autumn White

                    Windham – Erin Klein, Isabel Pedrick

Hon Mention:  Charlotte Valley – Ella Gerster, Laila Wheeler

                           Downsville/Walton – Calla Conklin, Lyliana Henderson

                           Gilboa Conesville – Lauren Cox

                           Hunter Tannersville – Lizet Molina-Rodriguez

                           Margaretville – Livy Fronckowiak, Amorelle Gavette

                           Roxbury – Ryleigh Goodchild

                           South Kortright – Hannah Collins, Lauren Dengler

                           Stamford/Jefferson – McKenna Hoyt, Abigail Villanueva 

                           Windham – Zeta Pitti                     



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