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Steven Butler, top, (215) of Port Jervis won his school’s first-ever individual Eastern States Classic title by defeating Zeal McGrew of Burnt Hills 12-1 in the finals. Butler is a two-time defending Section Nine champion.

Wrestling

Port Jervis’ Steven Butler wins school’s first-ever Eastern States Classic individual wrestling title

By RICHARD A. ROSS

LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY - Strength, guile, dedication and an indomitable will are just a few of the attributes possessed by great wrestlers whose road to success goes through a seemingly endless parade of foes who seek to vanquish them.

Each match is an all-out test of skill and force. Consequently, when a wrestler evinces the kind of success demonstrated by Port Jervis senior Steven Butler, it is more than noteworthy, it is inspiring.

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Basketball

Finishing school

By RICHARD A. ROSS

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY—There’s a first time for everything and for the Lady Raiders of James I. O’Neill, their stunning 55-48 overtime victory over Sullivan West on January 9 proved that maxim as they registered their first-ever win over the Lady Bulldogs.

With their come-from-behind victory, O’Neill threw down the gauntlet, altering the existing pecking order in Division IV by overtaking a team that has historically owned them.

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Basketball

Home rule

By RICHARD A. ROSS

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY - “Our House!” growled the rabid Bulldog crowd as Dan Figueroa’s tie-breaking three swished through the rim to give Sullivan West a 52-49 lead with 1:32 left in a topsy turvy fourth quarter against league rival James I. O’Neill on January 8.

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