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Warwick Washingtonville Ice Hockey Club players take spotlight in games

PUBLISHED NOV 1, 2018 AT 12:59 PM

NEWBURGH — The Washingtonville Ice Hockey Club, an organization primarily composed of players from the Washingtonville and Warwick, hosted four games at Ice Time Sports Complex in Newburgh over the last weekend of October.

Despite the mixed results, players Jacob Branch and Jack Vander Plaat sounded meaningful buzzers and goalie Ricky Palmeri made his JV debut.

Varsity WIHC’s Varsity, lead by Head Coach Bob McGrath and Assistants Bob Eisenhauer and Jon Branch, went head-to-head against the Saugerties Mustangs at Ice Time Sports Complex in Game 1, on Saturday, Oct. 27, winning 4-3. Wizards Andrew Godfrey, Brendan McGrath, Dean Soutar and Jacob Branch, who scored the game-winning goal, all hit the back of the net in a very intense match. Goalie Ryan Troy would save 23 of 26 shots. Read full story here...

Photo Credit:
WIHC Board Assistant JV Coach Chris Rohe, Jack Vander Plaat and JV Head Coach Chris Deftereos.

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WIHC Board Assistant Varsity Coach Bob Eisenhauer with Jacob Branch.


‘Hockey’s coming back’
Monroe-Woodbury varsity ice hockey program reinstated

PUBLISHED APR 27, 2017 AT 5:55 PM (UPDATED APR 28, 2017)
BY ERIKA NORTON NEWBURGH — A handful of Monroe-Woodbury varsity ice hockey players presented their school superintendent, Elsie Rodriguez, with an oversized #34 Crusader hockey jersey on Wednesday, a gesture that would have seemed extremely unlikely just a week ago.

The teammates were thanking Rodriguez, the school district, the Newburgh Ice Time sports complex and several elected officials for making a deal ensuring that their program would no longer be eliminated as part of budget re-allocation. The district had said they planned to use the money for hockey to start new programs: a freshman football team, junior varsity lacrosse teams and a special education unified sports program.

From heartbreak to smiles “At first when we found out it was going to be gone, I was heartbroken,” said junior Ryan Urtz, a player since his freshman year. “But as you can see today by the smiles in the room, the atmosphere around, that it’s a good feeling to have the passion back, to have what you strive for every year. Read full story here...


Photo Credit: Erika Norton
The Monroe-Woodbury varsity hockey team posed with State Sen. Bill Larkin (R-39), who vouched for the district keeping the program from being eliminated.



Breakthrough puts local skater on national stage

POSTED JANUARY 13, 2017 BY KEN MCMILLAN
NEWBURGH — Time is critical to everything about Ashley Leahy’s life. Leahy is a young figure skater trying to reach the elite levels of her sport. In recent years she’s had to perform a balancing act with her schooling and practice time and anything else she could squeeze in. Leahy has been able to maintain good grades in school and rise through the ranks in skating but the obstacles stared her straight in the face every time the results of competitions were posted.

“All the other girls that were beating me were home-schooled and were able to skate five or six hours a day,″ Leahy, 12, said. “I was only getting an hour and a half, so I felt I had a disadvantage to them.″ Read full story here...


Photo Credit: Kelly Marsh/Times Herald Record
Figure Skater Ashley Leahy performs in the rink at IceTime Sports Complex in Newburgh.



 


 
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