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Hiking is a good way to avoid “Cabin Fever.”

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  • As the coronavirus outbreak in Warwick and nearby communities keeps people home and shuts them out of restaurants, their businesses and workplaces, there is still a way to avoid “Cabin Fever,” keep a social distance and enjoy nature in our nearby parks, trails and open spaces. This past weekend many people took advantage of hiking along the Appalachian Trail, which has an entrance and parking area on Route 17 A between Bellvale and Greenwood Lake. One couple, perhaps new to this area, asked, “How far does this path go?” The answer, “If you keep going this way, Georgia. If you go the other way, Maine.”
  • 3/23/2020
  • Album ID: 2257427
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Mount Peter Ski Area closed for the season

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  • The popular Mount Peter Ski Area Spring Rally, scheduled for this Sunday, March 22, has been canceled. Although that might be prudent for the current coronavirus epidemic, the ski area, which has an extraordinary snow making capability that can usually keep it fully open without any help from Mother Nature, also needed cold weather to continue making snow. And an unusually warm March hindered its capability. And so last Saturday, March 14, Mount Peter officially closed for the season. An announcement posted on its Website at www.mtpeter.com thanked everyone for a great season and stated that the planned “Scout Weekend” would be rescheduled for the opening weekend of its 85th season next December.
  • 3/18/2020
  • Album ID: 2257257
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Mount Peter Ski Area closed for the season - Warwick,NY - 3/14/20

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  • The popular Mount Peter Ski Area Spring Rally, scheduled for this Sunday, March 22, has been canceled. Although that might be prudent for the current coronavirus epidemic, the ski area, which has an extraordinary snow making capability that can usually keep it fully open without any help from Mother Nature, also needed cold weather to continue making snow. And an unusually warm March hindered its capability. And so last Saturday, March 14, Mount Peter officially closed for the season. An announcement posted on its Website at www.mtpeter.com thanked everyone for a great season and stated that the planned “Scout Weekend” would be rescheduled for the opening weekend of its 85th season next December.
  • 3/18/2020
  • Album ID: 2257264
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Lady Falcons soar past Lady Braves in Semifinal

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  • Jefferson Township High School (Oak Ridge, New Jersey) defeated Newton High School (Newton, New Jersey) in girls varsity basketball on Saturday, March 7, 2020. The final score was 45-32. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) sectional tournament, Semifinal Round, North Jersey, Section 1, Group 2 took place at Jefferson Township High School.  Ivana Tisma scored a game-high 18 points for Jefferson Township. Patricia Orlandoni scored 13 points. Deanna Torsiello scored 6 points. Olivia Demko scored 4 points. Leah Demko and Allyson Legora scored 2 points apiece. Jessie Brannick scored a team-high 12 points for Newton. Maddie Gore scored 9 points. Olivia Buckley scored 8 points. Taylor Squiers scored 3 points. Team records: Jefferson Falcons 23-6. Newton Braves 19-9.
  • 3/8/2020
  • Album ID: 2256771
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Sparta tops Teaneck in the semifinal round

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  • Sparta High School (Sussex County, New Jersey) defeated Teaneck High School (Bergen County, New Jersey) in boys varsity basketball on Friday, March 6, 2020. The final score was 46-39. The semifinal round of the North Jersey Section 1, Group 3 tournament took place at Sparta High School.  Aidan Mastandrea scored a game-high 16 points for Sparta. Mike Piwko scored 11 points. Dean Alkovic and Luke Szabo scored 7 points apiece. Colby Plotts scored 4 points and Rashir Scott scored 1 point. Hunter Toro scored a team-high 9 points for Teaneck. Elian Tejada scored 8 points. Damion Simpson Jr. scored 7 points. Kris Edwards scored 6 points. David Teeal scored 5 points. Desmond Burke scored 2 points. Kyle Perez and Xavier Washington scored 1 point apiece. Sparta advances to host second-seeded Ramapo in the sectional final on Monday, March 9, 2020. Team records: Sparta Spartans 17-9. Teaneck Highwaymen 10-18.
  • 3/8/2020
  • Album ID: 2256766
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Pope John handles Wallkill Valley on the hardwood

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  • Pope John XXIII Regional High School (Sparta Township, New Jersey) defeated Wallkill Valley Regional High School (Hardyston Township, New Jersey) in boy's varsity basketball on Saturday, February 22, 2020. The final score was 58-47. Wallkill Valley Regional High School hosted the game. Mike Atta scored a game-high 21 points for Pope John. Shawn Falk scored a team-high 13 points for Wallkill Valley. Team records: Pope John Lions 6-16. Wallkill Valley Rangers 11-12.
  • 2/22/2020
  • Album ID: 2255758
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Camden County Cougars crush Sussex County Skylanders

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  • Camden County College defeated Sussex County Community College in men's basketball on Saturday, February 15, 2020. The final score was 108-65. The game took place at Sussex County Community College in Newton, New Jersey. Team records: Camden County Cougars 19-5. Sussex County Skylanders 3-24.
  • 2/16/2020
  • Album ID: 2255317
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Sussex County defeats Camden County on the court

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  • Sussex County Community College defeated Camden County College in women's basketball on Saturday, February 15, 2020. The final score was 81-59. The game took place at Sussex County Community College in Newton, New Jersey. Alyssa Aragona scored a team-high 26 points for Sussex County Community College. Team records: Camden County Cougars 4-16. Sussex County Skylanders 12-11.
  • 2/16/2020
  • Album ID: 2255314
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Mount Peter Ski Area has the only snow in town - Warwick,NY - 2/9/20

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  • It appeared winter was here when Warwick had its first snowstorm of 2020 on January 18. However the accumulation was only a few inches and since then, for most residents, a few flurries has not disturbed a welcome mild winter to date. But for those who enjoy winter sports Mount Peter Ski Area still has lots of well groomed snow. In fact as of this writing it’s the only snow in town. Although the ski area has enough snow making capability to carry it through the season without any help from Mother Nature, snow on the road is welcomed as a natural invitation to “Think snow,” and enjoy winter sports. And snowstorms can help cover all 13 trails and the tubing park. But unlike some of the major ski areas in the West or North, Mt. Peter has 100 per cent snowmaking capability and when temperatures are right, snowmaking crews can work around the clock. In general and contrary to what some people believe, snow is snow no matter how it is made. Snowmaking is simply a process of creating snow by dispersing tiny water particles and air, under pressure, into cold air. This produces a snowflake structure that is similar to natural snow. And by regulating the water content, snow can be deliberately made into covering ranging from light powder to wet base snow. It can also withstand higher temperature before melting. Mt. Peter is open every day and there is also night skiing and snow boarding. And there is a multi-lane 600-foot tubing run equipped with a carpet lift. For tubing schedules, additional information and the latest snow reports call 986-4940 or visit: www.mtpeter.com
  • 2/10/2020
  • Album ID: 2254977
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Mt. Peter Ski Area opened early for the eason. - Warwick,NY - 12/7/19

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  • They had help from the recent storm and the snow blowers have been operating as often as temperatures permit. As a result, the Mount. Peter Ski Area officially opened on Saturday, December 7, a week or so earlier than usual for the 2019-2020 season. Mt. Peter has added new and more energy efficient snow guns to its huge fleet, which, although unlikely, has enough snow making capability to carry it through the season without any help from Mother Nature. And when temperatures are right, snowmaking crews work around the clock. By the way, in general and contrary to what some people believe, snow is snow no matter how it is made. Mt. Peter, now in its 84th season of continuous operation, is well known throughout the Greater Metropolitan area for its friendly family atmosphere, free beginner ski and snowboard school, great snowmaking, expert grooming, a terrain park, snow tubing and top-notch racing and development programs. “The Friendly One,” as Mt. Peter is known, is the oldest operating ski area in New York State, and one of the few remaining family operated ski areas in the country. Professional PSIA (Professional Ski Instructors of America) and AASI (American Association of Snowboard Instructors) will take the first-time beginner up on the slopes and teach to his or her needs and age. Almost every weekend Mt. Peter hosts a special fun event for the entire family. Conditions, hours of operation, special events and other notices are reported daily on a recording at 986-4940. Select No. 1 for the snow report or visit www.mtpeter.com
  • 12/9/2019
  • Album ID: 2250972
  • Photos by Roger Gavan
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