Dan Pietrafesa, Poughkeepsie Journal

Dan Pietrafesa

Poughkeepsie Journal

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Past articles by Dan:

Pickleball gaining popularity

Pickleball is a sport for people of all ages but is gaining popularity among seniors → Read More

Kiseda continues competing at high level

Hopewell Junction's Jim Kiseda may be heading to the 2015 National Senior Games → Read More

Wrestling: McHugh leads Arlington by Mahopac

Austin McHugh's pin at 145 pounds led Arlington by Mahopac, 38-34 → Read More

Hart returns to Marist men in loss, Curry back soon

Red Foxes fall at Quinnipiac; Curry's return may be coming soon → Read More

Pinky Swears preparing for next World Cup

Danielle “Pinky Swears” Correia is already preparing for her next World Cup. That’s the Blood & Thunder Roller Derby World Cup. Correia, the president of the Hyde Park-based Hudson Valley Horrors, just returned from Dallas where she represented Portugal at the World Cup. Portugal finished 1-3 to place 25th overall, beating Switzerland and losing to Brazil, France and Denmark. “I’m already… → Read More

Boys basketball: Marlboro downs Poughkeepsie

Nick Mongelli scored a game-high 20 points as the Marlboro High School boys basketball team defeated host Poughkeepsie, 60-49, in the Mid-Hudson Athletic League game on Tuesday. The Iron Dukes scored the first 10 points of the game and had their lead cut to two before Mongelli hit a pivotal three. “Marlboro is a great team. They’re really mature, have great senior leadershiop and they’re… → Read More

Girls basketball: New Paltz wins 1st game

New Paltz defeated Rondout Valley, 55-37, for its first win of the season → Read More

Marist men fall to VMI

The Marist College men's basketball team fell to Virginia Military Institute 92-77 on Saturday → Read More

Marist women return home after 'better' loss to Baylor

Marist begins a five-game homestand on Friday, may get Jarosz back → Read More

Bella Burda leaves Wednesday for cross country nationals

Bella Burda won the Nike Cross Country Regional to qualify for nationals in Portland, Oregon. → Read More

Men's basketball: Marist's Hart out at least 4 weeks

Marist's Khallid Hart is out at least four weeks with a foot injury. → Read More

Joe Panik preparing for 2015, special local ceremony

Final details are being finalized for a ceremony to honor Joe Panik on Dec. 10. → Read More

Boys soccer: John Jay advances to state quarterfinals

John Jay plays Ithaca at 11 a.m. Saturday at Arlington High School. → Read More

104th Assembly District: Skartados leads early returns

Frank Skartados and Sakima Green-Brown are battling for the 104th Assembly District seat. → Read More

Halloween Treat: Zombies vs. runners for great cause

Special Olympics New York and Anderson Center are putting together rUNDEAD for Saturday. → Read More

Football Huddle: Highland, Marlboro preparing for showdown

The Highland and Marlboro football teams play for a league title on Friday night. → Read More

Arlington triumphs, raises $2,000 for Miles of Hope

Arlington defeated Pawling, 3-0, in field hockey action on Wednesday. → Read More

Football Huddle: Millbrook set for 'punch in the face'

Blazers, Highland Huskies ready to meet in battle of unbeatens → Read More

VIDEOS: Routine maintenance pivotal for bicycles

Bicycles should be taken to a shop at least once a year for routine maintenance. → Read More

Red Hook vs. Highland to start Class B football logjam

Football Huddle: Dan Pietrafesa explains why Saturday night's game is a must-win for both → Read More