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Carras’ presence helps Colonie romp past Ballston Spa
Following three consecutive losses to start the season, the Colonie girls lacrosse team drew inspiration from one of its former players to earn its first victory.
The 2014 Delmar Dash took place Sunday, April 6. Former Niskayuna High School track star Louis Serafini won the men's title with a time of 24:43, three seconds ahead of Voorheesville's Macky Lloyd, while Saratoga Springs resident Megan Hogan defended her women's division title with a time of 26:42.
Shaker scheduled to start season Thursday against Lansingburgh
Like every baseball team in Section II, the Shaker Blue Bison are sick and tired of being cooped up inside the gym for practices.
Suffern wards off CBA’s challenge in the second half
This wasn’t the effort coach Tim Vivian wanted to see out of his Christian Brothers Academy lacrosse team. Section I’s Suffern limited the Brothers to one goal in the first half on its way to a 9-5 non-league victory in Saturday’s non-league game at Troy High School.
Shaker student schooled in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu ranked ninth nationally
Darby Wilson Jr. enjoys a challenge. The Shaker High School student competes regionally on the North American Grappling Association (NAGA) circuit – a tour where Brazilian Jiu Jitsu athletes such as Wilson compete against other types of grapplers including wrestling and judo.
Colonie girls bowling leads the list of winter accomplishments
With two weeks remaining before the start of the spring sports season, it’s time to take a glance back at the recently completed winter season.
Two Veeder Elementary School families chosen to receive funds from annual charity basketball contest
John Aidala has volunteered at the Amy Tisa Memorial Basketball Game as its scorekeeper since it started in 2008. He never thought he and his family would one day be selected to receive funds from it.
Several teams switch classes and divisions for 2014
Section II football divisions have been changed for the 2014 season.
Guilderland pulls away from CBA in second half to win quarterfinal contest
For the first time since the state added Class AA to its boys basketball playoff structure a decade ago, a Big 10 team has failed to make it to the Section II semifinals.
Eagles make big plays at the end to prevail
Green Tech came through in crunch time.