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Clev Lubin’s 5 Touchdowns Lead Suffern to 37-18 Victory over New Rochelle

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Remember the name Clev Lubin!

Suffern High School lead by Senior Clev Lubin’s 31 carries for 303 YARDS and 5 Touchdowns lead the Mounties to a historic 37-18 over NYS reigning state champions New Rochelle.

This is New Rochelle’s first loss to a Section 1 opponent since Nov. 1, 2014 — a semifinal loss to Arlington.

To tell you more about Lubin, he choose to play football at West Point over many other division 1 offers. He is a special talent and we have personally spoken to him and can attest to his character. At a basketball game vs Spring Valley HS last year, we captured him dunking.

 

 

A special night for Suffern Coach Bill Delaney and the Suffern Football team after the passing of beloved teammate Steve Sanon.

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NY Boulders Sundberg Recipient of 2021 Johnny Thompson Unsung Hero Award

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POMONA, NY – New York Boulders Baseball Outfielder Jack Sundberg named this year’s recipient of the Johnny Thompson Unsung Hero Award.

John Thompson, who has Cerebal Palsy, is a resident of Nanuet and a true inspiration. He embodies the never quit attitude. He is the Disabilities Liaison Officer for the NY Boulders and the play-by-play announcer for the Rockland Community College Men’s & Women’s Basketball Team.

Thompson is a rising star in sports journalism, interviewing some of the biggest names in New York sports.

Sundberg has quietly put together an outstanding season on his way to the Thompson Award. He has given the Boulders’ solid defensive play in left field, while, at bat, has maintained a batting average hovering around the .300 mark throughout the year and, through the Labor Day game versus Tri-City, is tied for the Boulders’ single season stolen base mark of 47 set by Junior Arrojo in 2016.

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Patriot Parachute Team – FDNY vs. NYPD Baseball Game at Boulders Stadium

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Patriot Parachute Team, who are all veterans, jumped into Boulders stadium during the national anthem of the FDNY vs. NYPD baseball game.

The New York City Fire Department (FDNY) would win the game 16 – 5.

Video credit Mike Joyce. 🇺🇸

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