Goose-pulling is dead and gone, and lawn darts are on life support, but roque is alive and well and avoiding the roster of extinct sports thanks to the good folks of Angelica, an attractive village of fewer than 1,000 souls in the southwestern corner of New York State.
What’s that: you’ve never heard of roque? Affix a “c” to its left and a “t” to its right and you have its sporting parent.
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