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December 15, 2017
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Noble cause

Monticello’s Dante Smalls scores two of his game-high 20 points as the Panthers notch a 56-38 win over Liberty in the BCANY Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. Monticello has won seven games in a row and sits atop Division III with an unblemished 5-0 league mark.
Photos by Richard A. Ross, sportsinsightsny.com


In college action, the SCCC Lady Generals scored a season-high tally as they downed Borough of Manhattan CC 103-45. The nation’s fifth-ranked Generals came up just shy of the fourth-ranked Borough of Manhattan 93-91.In the season’s final Alpine Skiing meet before sectionals held at Holiday Mountain, the results were as follows: Girls Team scores: 1. Monticello (Mont) 4:03.07; 2. Rondout Valley-Kingston-Roosevelt-Coleman Catholic (RKRC) 4:13.35; 3. Fallsburg-Tri-Valley (F/TV) 4:29.48; 4. Onteora (Ont) 4:33.07; 5. Liberty (L) 4:51.43; 6. Sullivan West DNF. Girls individual results: 1. Shiau-T Ciecierska (RKRC) 27.94; 2. Riley Lindholm (Mont) 28.73; 3. Taylor Pavese (Fall-TV) 28.93; 4. Miranda Davenport (RKRC) 29.35; 5. Mackenzie Mitchell (Mont) 29.35; 6. Olivia Racette (L) 29.41; 7. Kamry Conboy (L) 30.06; 8. Devon Anderson (Ont) 30.50; 9. Chloe Dumas (RKRC) 30.68; 10. Jenna Hogue (Mont) 31.01; 11. Kelly Manley (RKRC) 31.50; 12. Morgan Mitchell (Mont) 31.82; 13. Christiana Poli (Mont) 31.95; 14. Megan Porter (Fall-TV) 32.53; 15. Natalie Rubin (Ont) 32.56. Boys results were unavailable as of this writing. Sectionals were scheduled for Hunter Mountain on February 10 subject to weather conditions. For an album of photos from skiing and the BCANY Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, visit www.sportsiny.com.