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Race for the River results The third annual Battenkill Conservancy-New York Race For The River was staged Sunday, September 27. Anita Gabalski, race director and a member o f the board of directors o f the conservancy, announced that 165 walk­ ers and runners registered for the 10K race and 4.3 mile Community Fitness Walk along the Battenkill in the towns o f Jackson and Salem. in addition, 45 young runners com­ pleted the last leg of the 26.2 mile Youth Marathon, Not to be outdone, about 50 youngsters between the ages_ o f two and twelve participated in long' and short Kids' Fun Runs. Entrants were from Northeastern New York, the Adirondacks, Western New York, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Tim Mason of Glens Falls, outpaced all 10K runners with a time of 35:12. Emily Bryans o f New Lebanon was the first female finisher with a time of 38:32. Her time set a new course record in the women's division. James Garrett holds the men's division record with a time o f 34:37. Donna and Bill Masters swept the walkers division in the 4.3 mile Community Fitness Walk in a field of 26 participants. Donna's time of 44:51 established the course record in this event. Bill's 46:57 time led the way in the men's division. Last year's champions Richard Charbonneau and Danielle Cherniak re­ turned to take second place overall in the 10K men's and women's divisions with times of 36:56 and 40:15, respec­ tively. Third place ip the fiteri's went to Chris Wolski of Cambridge, with a time of 37:04. Sandra Dee Reulet of Saratoga Springs, held on to her third place position in the women's overall with a time o f 42:32. Battenkill Valley Runners Club member John Camelio o f Sandgate, Vermont, took first place in the Men's Master's Division (ages 40 and over) with a time o f 37:31. He was followed by Don Minkle, with a time o f 37:51, and in third place, Paul Bennett with a time of 38:30. Adirondack Runners' Club Member Jo-Anne Spinnelli of Latham led the Women's Master's Division with a time of 43:51. Elaine Lutzker and Katherine Ambrosia took second and third' place, respectively, with times o f 45:10 and 46:39. The most notable performance o f the day was Ryan Ventry's 6:22 finish of the 1.2 mile last leg of the 1998 Youth Marathon. Ryan and 53 other young runners ran 25.2 miles over the course of the summer. The Youth Marathon runners ran their last laps on Sunday and finished their 26.2 mile marathon distance. The Kids Fun Ruri for children 12 years and under again featured two heats: a Run To the Scarecrow for the youngest runners and a 1/4 mile loop for the older kids. Approximately 50 children participated in the Fun Runs. In addition to the overall and mas­ ter's male winners, other male winners, by age group, were: 0-19: Robert Baniak 38:29, Jesse Lee 44:01, Jason Baniak, 46:04; 20-29: Sean Dolton 42:35; Patrick Torosian 44:14, Michael Malone 46:13; 30-34: Jim, ’Gabalski 44:48, Joe Gabalski 45:26, Rick Baum 49:47; 35-39: Bill Borges'e 38:25, Brian Teague 39:13, Keith Ronsell 41:38; 40-44: Scot McCloud 41:32, Steve Lansing 41:36, Joe SporRo 43:20; 45-49: Dan Larsen 39:47, Jeffrey Lutz­ ker 39:59 ,'John Baker 41:19; 50-54: Neil Hartiion 42:50, David Linton 43:34, Tom Lloyd 44:36; 55-59: John Pelton 38:43, Jim Patterson 42:28, Jim Werthmujler 45:48; 60-69: Jack Quinn 45:15, Jim Tierney 47:48, Ed Doucette 48:57; 70+: Jack Barnett 53:08, Leo Nash 59:49. Other female winners, in addition to *the overall and master's winners, by age group, were: 0-19: Andrea Wiegand 43:42, Ashley Lutzker 46:23, Kara Mears 1:02:29; 20-29: Vikki McKane 43:16, Marie Conjura 47:46, Polly Kimberly 48:50; 30-34: Ronette Ma­ lone 56:24, 35-39: Anne Houser 43:59, Cindy Kilic 49:24, Kathy Cech 51:00; 40-44: Maiy Withington 49:53, Mosh Bamet 50:42, Jen Kuzmich 54:35: 45-49: Martha M ischko 55:44, 50-54: Candi Schermerhom 46:55, Laura Clark 49:42, Barbara Bartwitz 50:21; 55-59: Becky Kotler 1:05:29, 60-69: Janet Aldous 1:20:41. In the Community Fitness Walk, second and third places in the males division went to Joe Morizio 51:56, and Don Schneider 52:04. Second and third places in the women's division went to Donna Ingison 52:06 and Judy Schneider 52:07. 11 Lm m up YWMtfY by Paui Bounar GREEN WICH JOURNAL ' Thursday, October J* 1998 Upland hunting seasons open Fall Sports By Tony Basile October 1 is opening day for turkey, ruffed grouse and cottontail rabbit in most o f the area, as well as for pheas­ ant, except in Rensselaer county, where the pheasant season opens on October 19. With the weatherman promising frost this weekend, hunters will be oil­ ing up their shotguns and heading for the fields and woods in quest of one or more of these popular fall quarry. The turkey population is exception­ ally strong and healthy this year, with numerous large flocks spread through­ out the area. Food is also abundant, however, allowing these flocks to stay pretty tight to their home woodlands while feeding, perhaps making them a bit harder for the hunter to find. Corn­ fields are almost always a draw for these big birds, though, and sooner or later they will come out to graze on their favorite grain. There is a two bird limit (one in the Adirondack Park Zone) for the fall sea­ son, and turkeys o f either sex may be taken. The DEC Pheasant Propogation pro­ gram will release 100,000 pheasants on lands open to public hunting through­ out the state, and mild winters have helped to stabilize local populations that make their homes on the fringes of our farmlands. Pheasants o f either sex may be taken in all areas except Rensselaer county and Washington county north of Route 149. There is a two bird daily limit, with no season limit on pheasants. Cottontail rabbits are once again plentiful for the first time in many years. Local fields and woods are jumping with them, and they don't seem to be as nocturnal as in previous years. Cottontail hunting, even without a dog, seems to be promising this season. Ruffed grouse? They are always here. The pine woods and hedgerows hide hundreds of them. Hitting them once they've been flushed -that's some­ thing else again!’ Shushan Ball Teams compiled by Molly J. Endee from the records o f John V. Nelson Shushan Blue Sox M arch 1953. There were fourteen members present and ready to begin the second season under a new name. Al Keiski had joined the ranks. The team would be unable to obtain league status but would play surrounding town teams, same as the previous year. Ar­ lington, Vt., East Greenwich, Hartford, Granville and the Smith All-Stars were added to the list o f competitors. There was now $127.25 in the uniform fund, the food sale and raffle having netted $20 and $66, respectively. Joan Rendel o f New Y o rk City, Pat Roberson o f Shushan and Josephine Murphy of Sa­ lem were the prize winners. A p ril 1953. To date, $147 has been raised, not enough to buy a good uni­ form for each team member, so the committee requested to borrow four or five uniforms from the \big team” to use. The uniforms of Gus Dering (5) and Stanley West (3) were already on loan and in use. Players were measured for hat sizes. As soon as weather per­ mitted, members would get the field in shape and begin practice. A petition to prohibit playing baseball on Sunday was rumored to be circulating about town. 1953 V a rsity Team . Stan Jennings, pitcher; Charles Boice, catcher; Bob Cassidy, shortstop; Dick McCauley, first base; Mel Bentley, second base; Alvin Keiski, third base; \Buck\ Nel­ son, left field; Dick McLenithan, center field; Ray Rowland, right field; Gary Brown, Dave Keiski, Bill Cassidy, Ken Gilchrest. Peter Rehn was team scorc- keeper and photographer. The uniforms of Stewart Brown, Bobbie Boice, Peter Clark, Worden Lewis, Leo Taibac, \Junior\ Gray, Jeff Small, Lauri Waanancn and Bob Chag- non were passed down from the \big team\. Four brand new uniforms were purchased. Rev, Heldring installed as pastor A very impressive service was conducted at the Shushan United Presbyterian church on Sunday, Sep­ tember 27. At this time the Rev. Boyd J. Heldring was officially installed as pastor of the Shushan United Presbyte­ rian church. Several area churches sent their representatives to welcome Rev. Heldring and his family. Rev. Dr. Donald Pepper who served the Shushan church for about one year, gave the sermon, \The Secrets of a Happy Church\. Other worship leaders of the day in­ cluded Rev. William Hoffman, Vice Moderator and Elder Mary Euart, Elder Robert Wright, Elder Stephen Snyder, Elder Stanley McLenithan, Rev. Amy Perkins and Mrs. Edith Meikle organist and choir director. Locals -T h e next card party will be held at the Grange Hall on Saturday, October 3, a t 7:30 p.m. -Sunday School at the Shushan United Methodist Church has started for the segson. It meets with the church service at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday morn­ ings and goes on its own at 9:45 after time for children. Gayle Shaw leads it, assisted by Edie Cuevas. All neighbor­ hood children are welcome. -C o m ing events o f the United Pres­ byterian church include: Thursday, October I - Prayer Group, 10 a.m. at the church; Bible Study, 7 p.m. at Pas­ tor's home; Sunday, October 4 - Worldwide Communion; Tuesday, October 6 - Presbytery meeting at Valatia; Friday, October 9 - Circle meeting at 1:30 p.m. -Jane English is a patient at the Veterans' Hospital in Albany. * -T h e flowers in the United Presby­ terian church on Sunday were given in memory of Kay Buffum by her family. Mrs. Buffum and her husband, Charles W. Buffum lived in Shushan during the 1930s. -Stacy and Fred Rogers and family, who lived in the Shushan area for the past two years, have returned to Ohio. -H enry and Dale Bates III of Shushan announce that their son, Private Michael Bates, has successfully completed eight weeks of intensive training with Company A, 1st Battalion 61 st infantry a t Fort Jackson, S.C. -T h e Georgi Museum's Fall Festival and Country Fair will b e held on Satur­ day, October 10, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. -C h a rles Buffum and Kathy Go­ forth of New York City are on a 16-day safari to South Africa. September 23 Girls soccer in the Central Hudson Valley League Greenwich 5, Berlin 3. Greenwich scored 2 goals in overtime. In another OT game Stillwater scored 1 to defeat Salem 2 to 1. Cambridge scored 2 over Emma Willard's 1 to win. In the Wasaren League Fiild Hockey, Hoosick Falls scored 3 to 0 for Cambridge. In the Adirondack League Schuylerville lost to Salem 2 to 1. In volleyball action, Argyle won 3 games to Warrensburg's 1 and Cam­ bridge defeated Hoosic Valley 3 to 0. In Adirondack League Boys soccer, Argyle and Salem played at Argyle. Argyle won 6 to 1. The golf match between Schuylerville and Greenwich was won by Schuylerville 3 to 2. September 24 The Greenwich boys soccer team won their match against Schuylerville 2 to 0. In golf, Greenwich won all' five matches against Warrensburg, 5-0. Hudson Falls took all the tennis matches from Greenwich in non-league play. September 25 Greenwich was defeated in football >n overtime. Mechanicville - 1 8 , Green­ wich 12. Volleyball games, - Argyle won i to 0 for Corinth, and Cambridge beat Stillwater 3 to 0. In field hockey games, Hoosick Falls scored 1 goal, Schuylerville 0, Salem 3 over Stillwater 0, and Green­ wich scored 3 over Cambridge 0. Boys soccer saw Fort Ann defeat Argyle 5 to 2, and Hartford beat Salem 6-0. Meanwhile, in girl's soccer Cam­ bridge and Greenwich tied at 1 each. The golf matches between Green­ wich and Corinth were won by Green­ wich 5 to 0. September 26 Salem went down to defeat in foot­ ball by 3. Poultney scored 10 - Salem 7. Schuylerville won their game 50 to 0 for Tamarac. The Schuylerville girls won the small school division of the Fort Plain invitational cross country. Greenwich was fifth. Schuylerville boys placed third and Greenwich was 7th. September 28 In our immediate area, Argyle played Fort Edward and Cambridge played Warrensburg in volleyball. Scores were: Argyle 3 - Fort Edward 1; Cambridge 3 - Warrensburg 0. In boys soccer, Fort Ann bested Salem 3-0 and Argyle over came Corinth 5-0. Girls soccer, the game between Cambridge and Salem was won by Cambridge 4-0. In golf, Greenwich won 4'/2 to '/2 for Hoosic Valley. The match play game was a tie. Greenwich played a non-league games with Watervliet, losing all seven matches. Fall Sports Cross Country The Greenwich Central school var­ sity cross country team competed in the Fort Plain Invite, Saturday, September 26. The boys' team placed seventh with 182 points out o f 18 teams competing. The results were as follows: V arsity Boys - 2.8 miles - 6th - Ian Kerr. 14:40; 31st - Jesse Lee, 16:19; 42nd - Patrick Pendergrass, 16:50; 48th - Russell Barnhart, 17:18; 55th - Kyle Burch, 17:40; 60th - Eric Bott, 17:49; 74th - Erik Jensen, 20:01. Varsity Girls - 2.8 miles - 26th, Alex Wright, 20:15. . Frosh Girts - 1.5 miles - 7th - Chelsie Henderson, 9:31. The 1998-99 bowling .season has < begun. The biggest change from last year, is that Roe's Bowl is back. Bill \Curley\. Roe is once again the p roprie­ tor ofrthe lanes. There are still plenty of leagues in need of bowlers,. To sign up for a league, call the center today. Barbecue Lanes has been remodeled and looks great. There are,'many new bowlers and teams. The start of the Season always brings a lot of excitement and the an­ ticipation o f a 300 game. - For months there had been specula­ tion that Cambridge Recreation would once again open up with new owners. I guess that has been pretty much squelched since the new owners have indicated ihey want to use the bowling center as a banquet house and for handicapped accessible lodging. While I never bowled there regularly, I bowled in numerous tournaments over the years and once won the Cambridge Association singles event. No question, thc lanes were tough and had their own personality. The noise level in the building was extremely high, the pole between lanes 4 and 5 gave some bowl­ ers fits as well as the closeness o f the wall on lane 1. Some bowlers did not like the over the lanes ball return with the bowling balls coming toward you, sometimes breaking your concentra­ tion. But mostly, I remember the fun times I had there, many of them just making new friends, not necessarily the bowling. While some things change for the better, in this particular case, a good friendly place no longer exists. All we have are memories. I hope that most of you who bowled there share fond memories o f Cambridge Recreation. Bill Roe is starting a new league on Tuesday nights for young people who are not able to bowl on Saturdays, if in­ terested, give him a call at the lanes. Glens Falls Chapter ADK hikes Hikes conducted by the Glens Falls Chapter, ADK the weekend of October 3 and 4 are: Moderate hike to Treadway Moun­ tain in the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness area, a 10 mile round trip, 800+ foot ascent, on Saturday, October 3. Sunday, October 4, a strenuous hike up Dix and Hough, 16 miles, 3,200 foot ascent. Another hike is bushwhacking up East Dix, 10 miles, 3,000 foot ascent. A moderate hike on Nun-Da- G a -0 Ridge will be on Sunday, the 4th. Roe's Bowl W on Lost 19 2 15 6 14 7 10 11 3 18 W o n Lost 12 3 10 5 9 6 8 7 8 7 6 9 5 10 2 13 Lois Lanes \ 1 Won Lost 11 1 9 3 7 5 7 5 7 5 7 5 5'/ j ( 3 V 2 5Vl 6 6 £ J 7 4 8 4 8 3 9 1 11 Raiders top P itches i n OT . Generals fall froift unbektuh'F&ttks* W OM E N ’S IN T E R N ATIO NA L Teams T ea Cups 3's Company Just Us Lady Bugs The 3 Stooges Singles-Triples- R o x anne Thom a s 167-458, Sally Tefft 165-446, M ary D avis 163-428. B e tty W a tk i n s 1 5 5 - 4 1 3 , D ian e Riggio 147. INDUSTRIAL Teams JNB Auto Body The Jokers Misfits American Legion Harry's Girls The Handicap High Velocity Odd Fellows Singles-Triples- Harry Clark 203-597, Carl Hichman 197-554, Ed Heineman 201-537, Dick W ulff 204-524, Ron Aldrich 189-485, Richard W ulff 170-479, John Wooddell 176-477, Libby Aldrich 157-430. T h e Greenwitches in action are No. 61 - Dave Raney; No. 78 - J u s tin Grianes and carrying the b all is Ben Clayton. By Tony @asile A low scoring hard fought defensive battle between two unbeaten Division I teams under the lights Friday night, ended in a 12-12 stalemate, forcing the game into overtime. The Witches de­ fense finally wore down in the extra pe­ riod, and Mechanicville walked away with an 18-12 victory. In spite o f the loss, Witches running back Aaron Kuzmich still rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns against the Red Raiders' tough defense. The Witches, now 3-1, host Tama­ rac (1-3) on Saturday, while Mechanicville visits Schuylerville (3-1). In another battle of the unbeatens last weekend, Poultney dug in to hand Salem a 10-7 loss on Saturday. With absolutely no passing attack, and with only 3 points on the scoreboard, the Blue Devils held off the Generals more balanced offense and took a 10-0 lead in the fourth quarter. The Generals countered with 7 points of their own, but couldn't win the defensive straggle. Salem will visit Whitehall (2-2) on Saturday, while Poultney will defend its unbeaten record at Cambridge C3-1). Indians Prevail Showing their usual powerhouse form, the Cambridge Indians shut out Whitehall 26-0 on the Railroaders' home turf. Having lost only to Green­ wich in a non-divisional game, the In- dians are 3-0 in Division II, and host undefeated Poultney this weekend in what could be the Division I] title game. Lake George 40, Rensselaer 8 Schuylerville 50, Tamarac 0 Stillwater 34, Corinth 12 Granville 32, Hoosick Falls 6 Warrensburg 28, Fort Edward 0 W h e r e v e r w e a r e , it is b u t a s t a g e o n th e w a y to so m e w h e r e e l s e , a n d w h a te v e r w e d o , h o w e v e r w e ll w e d o it, it is only a p r e p a ­ r a t i o n to d o so m e th i n g else t h a t sh a ll b e d i f f e r e n t . — R o b e r t L o u is S te v e n s o n L E G A L N O T IC E PROPOSAL NO. 9- COM M . SYSTEM-98 FOR COM M UNICATIONS SYSTEM TO BE INSTALLED AT . PLEASANT VALLEY ■ JNFJRMARY, . 4573 STATE RTE. 40, ARGYLE, NY w ill be accepted until 1:15 P.M ., O ctober 20, 1998 at the W ashington C o u n t y P u r c h a s i n g D e p a r t m e n t , U p p e r Broadway, Fort Edward, N e w Y o rk. P ro p o s a l form and sp e c if icatio n s m ay be o b ta i n e d from the C o u n t y P u r c h a s i n g D i r e c t o r on or a f t e r O c to b e r 1, 1998. Robert. L. Buck, Jr. Director o f Purchasing 10-1 LEG A L N O T IC E NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING P L E A S E BE A D ­ VISED that the G reen­ wich Town Board, pur­ su a n t to a re s o lu ti o n adopted at the Septem ­ ber 21, 1998 T own Board M eeting, hereby sched­ ules a Public Hearing for October 6, 1998 at 7:00 PM at the G reenw ich Town Hall, 2 Academy Street, Greenwich, NY to se e k in p u t fro m th e p u b lic and any in t e r ­ e s t e d in d i v id u a l s re ­ g a r d in g th e p roposed renovations and repairs to the Battenville Bridge w h ich c o n n e c t s the T o w n s o f G r e e n w ich and Jack s o n as it cro s s e s o v e r th e Battenkill just south of NYS Route 29. This is an ad d itio n a l P u b lic L E G A L N O T IC E H e a r in g and is b e in g held in lig h t o f recent cost estim a tes for the w o rk, w h ich estim a tes indicate an increase in th e cost o f Rerfftrming th e n e e d e d R e p a ir s . These increases’may re­ sult in a change to the p r e v i o u s ly p r o p o s e d work on the bridge. Be­ cause o f the potential im p a c t upon th e Tow n o f Jackson that may re­ sult from any changes to the proposed w o rk on the bridge, the Jackson T o w n B o a rd has been invited to participate in the Public Hearing. Dated Septem ber 25. 1998 Elaine K elly,Tow n Clerk 10-1 SCHUYLERVILLE M E N 'S Teams Seymour's Oil Lois Lanes DeGregorys Morrison's Carpentry Nick's Lil Engine Shop Coveville Inn Lathmore Machining Big D's Duval's Vending Fish Creek Rod & Gun Lippy's Videe Oh Pin Heads Bad News Bears Ru-Barb Farms Singles-Tripies- Jeff Lathrop 257-687, Paul Willson 237-653, Jim DeGregory 257-647, Tim Male 211 -615, John Allen 225-610, Art DeGregory 214-609, Don Hathaway 203-597, Joe Petralia 223-583, Charles Sherman 234-580, Fred Male 190-577, John J. D eGregory 196-573, C h et Rogers 212-569, Dan DeGregory 199- 562, Chip Young 201-551. .. 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