Stephen Haynes, Poughkeepsie Journal

Stephen Haynes

Poughkeepsie Journal

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Past articles by Stephen:

Landon Ramsey's interception secures nail-biting win for Red Hook football

This football rematch was nothing like the blowout Red Hook rolled to last season, but the Raiders had just enough to edge Roosevelt in a nail-biter. → Read More

Pawling/Dover youth softball team wins district title

The Pawling/Dover minors softball team is headed to the sectional round after rallying to beat the Town of Wappingers for the District 17 title. → Read More

Baseball: Chester tops Rhinebeck to capture second straight Section 9 title

The rebuilt Chester baseball rolled, following last year's Section 9 Class B title with a Class C triumph. → Read More

Poll: Vote now for the Poughkeepsie Journal Athlete of the Week (4/2-4/10)

Voting will be open until 3 p.m. Tuesday. The winner will be announced on the Journal Sports' Twitter and Instagram pages on Tuesday evening. → Read More

'She made a lot of people smile': Teen killed in crash remembered, mourned by teammates

The Our Lady of Lourdes girls lacrosse team honored Madison Dingee, remembering their charismatic teammate who perished in a December car crash. → Read More

The 'it' factor: Erin Doughty's journey from walk-on to Brian Giorgis' successor at Marist

Erin Doughty, then a walk-on basketball player, once wondered if she belonged at Marist. Now, she's the successor to Brian Giorgis. → Read More

Boys basketball: D'Auria, defense help Lourdes complete season sweep of Poughkeepsie

Even the Lourdes basketball players were surprised at the way they dominated Poughkeepsie. But the Warriors completed a sweep of their nemesis. → Read More

Online sports gambling in NY an immediate success, says DraftKings head from Poughkeepsie

Few people were happier that online sports betting was legalized in New York than Poughkeepsie's Johnny Avello, an oddsmaker and DraftKings executive. → Read More

Girls soccer: Kari Horos' scores winning goal in double OT as John Jay-EF edges Lourdes

Elizabeth Lennane shined at goalkeeper, buying her teammates time before Kari Horos delivered the winner in overtime, lifting John Jay over Lourdes. → Read More

Dutchess-based soccer-centric boarding schools cuts ties with Spanish club and rebrands

A Dutchess-based soccer academy and boarding school severs ties with its Spanish parent club after its inaugural year and rebranded with a new focus. → Read More

Hoops and a cause: Arlington grad organized team competing for $1 million, mental health

A team created by an Arlington graduate will compete for $1 million in The Basketball Tournament while helping to raise awareness for mental health. → Read More

Ride for Mental Health a success as New Paltz event returns to in-person cycling

After being held virtually last summer amid COVID-19, the Ride for Mental Health was successful in its return to in-person cycling in Ulster County. → Read More

Millbrook native Andrew Rappleyea has major college football offers starting to pour in

College football offers, including Ole Miss and Wake Forest, have begun pouring in for Andrew Rappleyea, a Millbrook native and former Lourdes star. → Read More

Softball: Skylar Brandemarte pitches perfect game as Ketcham thumps Beacon

Skylar Brandemarte was masterful, pitching her first perfect game as Alyssa Hughes and the offense helped Roy C. Ketcham softball win big over Beacon. → Read More

Softball: Morgan Pepe, Arlington continue to prove turnaround is real, rout Red Hook

The Arlington softball team continues to prove its turnaround is real in a breakthrough season, and they did it again Thursday in a rout of Red Hook. → Read More

Baseball: Smith, Bergeron combine for no-hitter as Arlington tops Lakeland

Sean Smith and Nick Bergeron were masterful, combining to no-hit Lakeland as the Arlington baseball team turns heads with five straight wins to start. → Read More

Redemption: Castellano, Pawling rebound from disappointment to win 8-man football title

Joe Castellano shook off a frustrating first half and excelled, helping Pawling shake off past postseason heartbreaks and win the 8-man football title. → Read More

From basketball to bobbins: Poughkeepsie man launches fashion brand, platform for designers

After starring as an athlete for Poughkeepsie High School, Mo'Quez Dickens created his own clothing brand and is hosting pop-ups for designers. → Read More

Boys basketball: Gabe Bristow, underdog Ketcham stun Poughkeepsie in overtime

With stellar defense, Roy C. Ketcham shocked the Poughkeepsie boys basketball team, a huge win for an underdog that returned none of its starters. → Read More

Red Hook's Firehouse Productions providing audio for NBA, NHL empty stadiums

After its success in the NBA bubble, Red Hook's Firehouse Productions was contracted to provide NBA and NHL arenas realistic sounds throughout 2021. → Read More