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October 8, 2016 Port Jervis, NY - Harry Tomasi Reporting - The Port Jervis football team struggles continued Saturday, October 8th, against Minisink Valley, losing 21-6. This is the fifth straight loss for the Raiders.
October 8, 2016 Port Jervis, NY - Harry Tomasi Reporting -
The Running Raiders looked good on Saturday, led by PJ senior Kaylah Quarshie. Quarshie won her race outright running a time of 19:11. With this win, Quarshie set the Byram Hills record for Girls with three consecutive wins at this challenging course.
Also running in the race for PJ was Dana Clark, placing 35th in the race. Clark, only a freshman, had an impressive season running a 22:09 on Saturday. The freshman is having an impressive season and it seems that her future will be a bright one.
On the boy’s side, Raider Raven Aumick finished with a time of 19:30 on the course. He finished in 116th place with his effort.
Other notable mentions were Harry Tomasi finishing 122nd overall, running a time of 19:39, and Alex Rodriguez finishing 143rd, with a time of 19:56.
The Raiders are back in action Thursday, home at the YMCA. This will be Senior Night for the Cross Country team. All are encouraged to come out to support seniors Kaylah Quarshie, Michael Herman, Joey Eratto and Julian Dominguez.
Sept. 30th, Port Jervis, NY - Harry Tomasi Reporting - The Port Jervis Raiders were shocked Friday night as they lost their fourth straight football game at home to Poughkeepsie. With a final score of 22-14, the loss drops the Raiders record to 1-4, with three critical games remaining.
Port Jervis worked hard throughout the game. The defense was stellar giving up only a touchdown and several times making clutch stops to force Poughkeepsie to kick the ball away.
The Raider offense through the first three quarters looked good. Rabelle Sheppard led the team with two touchdowns and 100 yards rushing.
However it was the fumbles by the Raiders, two in the redzone, that cost them the game. Twice Port coughed up the ball, and twice the Pioneers returned Raider fumbles for touchdowns.
In the end there was little Port could do as Poughkeepsie controlled the ball and the clock for the last four minutes of the game.
This game was one the Raiders wanted to win. Even with this loss they aren't out of the playoffs yet. Wins in their final two games of the season against Monticello and Wallkill will get Port into the Section IX Class A playoffs.
Up next, the Raiders will be home Saturday, hosting the Minisink Valley Warriors for Homecoming. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:30 pm, at Glennette Field, on the grounds of the Port Jervis Middle School.
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It was a night where little went right for Port Jervis. The Raiders knew they had their work cut out for them against Middletown, their most historic rival. Victory in this game included bragging rights and possession of the Erie Bell.
Port Jervis faced a Middletown team stacked with seniors led by running back Jordan Bryan, a future Division One athlete. Port struggled to get and keep possession of the ball throughout the game. The final score was 42-0, handing the Raiders their third straight loss in the Bell Game......
The Port Jervis Football team came up big on Friday night against the Goshen Gladiators with a 28-14 victory at home. Henry Bowers was the hero of the night with 122 rushing yards and three of Ports four touchdowns of the night. The first of Bower’s trio of touchdowns was a one yard run in the first half that at the time gave the Raiders a 6-0 lead. Port Jervis kicker Carson Sauschuck attempt went low and wide left so the Raiders were held there......
The department is in the process of purchasing plaques with
name plates for each year’s recipients for the end of year
Unfortunately most of these award documents are unavailable.
We are looking for award winners of these awards from 1971 to 2008. If you were a recipient and would like your name on the plaque, you can contact the Athletic Office at 845-858-3100 ext. 11880 or 11881 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Port Jervis Raider Athletic Program is part of the Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association and Section IX Athletics. Raider athletes participate in over 40 team sports.