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Schools of Thought: Two are not better than four

December 1, 2008 I was a little stunned when after the first seven minutes of play in the Johnstown-Northville boys’ basketball game Friday, a first-round game in the Andy Palmer Tip-Off Classic in Canajoharie, ther... more »»

Campus Clippings: Curtis competes for HCCC

November 26, 2008 Jordan Curtis (Johnstown) was a freshman goalkeeper on the Herkimer County Community College men’s soccer team during the Fall 2008 season. more »»

Schools of Thought: Now who do you go to?

November 24, 2008 Considering the number of times Northville’s Ryan VanNostrand and Broadalbin-Perth’s Dan Schulz put their teammates on their backs, took the game in their hands and made good, you’d think they’d hav... more »»

Campus Clippings: Cool earns honors

November 19, 2008 Willie Cool (Canajoharie) was named a State University of New York at Cobleskill Athlete of the Week after leading the men’s swimming and diving team to a second-place finish at the school’s fall... more »»

Schools of Thought: So this is what that feels like

November 17, 2008 It was an odd night for both teams in Friday’s state quarterfinal football game between Dolgeville and Walton. more »»

Campus Clippings: Vedder earns league award

November 12, 2008 Juleah Vedder (Dolgeville) was named the Northeastern Athletic Conference Player of the Year for the State University of New York Institute of Technology volleyball tea. more »»

Schools of Thought: Leaving it all on the field

November 10, 2008 When Broadalbin-Perth sent both its boys’ and girls’ cross country teams to the state meet Saturday, it was the realization of a goal set six years ago. That was quite an accomplishment. more »»

Campus Clippings: Eschler honored by league

November 5, 2008 Aaron Eschler (Broadalbin-Perth), a sophomore, was named the New England Collegiate Conference Goalie of the Year. Eschler, a psychology major, tallied 150 saves with a . more »»

Schools of Thought: Do you like my costume?

November 3, 2008 Anyone who saw me at the girls’ Section II Class D championship soccer game Friday night might have noticed my “Guy trying to stay warm” costume. It didn’t work very wel. more »»

Campus Clippings: AHS grad honored by SUNYAC

October 29, 2008 Allison Pepe (Amsterdam) was recently named a State University of New York Athletic Conference volleyball Player of the Week for SUNY Potsdam. Pepe, a junior outside hitter, had a . more »»

Schools of Thought: No, no — the game’s not over

October 27, 2008 It makes sense, but some stubborn part of me still doesn’t like it. My most recent run-in with one of my least-favorite rules was Oct. 20 at Knox Field. more »»

Campus Clippings: Sleezer earns league honors

October 22, 2008 Meghan Sleezer (Gloversville) was named a Liberty League co-Rookie of the Week as she posted two shutouts for the Skidmore College women’s soccer team. more »»

Schools of Thought: Serving up one more great match

October 20, 2008 I’m not too big on appetizers. I’m more of a main-course kind of guy. I’ll make an exception for Tuesday’s non-league volleyball match between Mayfield and Johnstown, though. more »»

Campus Clippings: McCloskey playing for UAlbany

October 15, 2008 L.B. McCloskey (Gloversville) made three tackles and recorded his fourth career interception, which helped to seal the University at Albany football team’s 33-23 win over Duquesne. more »»

Schools of Thought: Backfield in traction

October 13, 2008 Football is supposed to be one of the most team-oriented sports. In so many other sports, a game is easier for a single player to dominate. more »»

Campus Clippings: Mayfield runners competing at Hartwick

October 8, 2008 There now is a Mayfield duo running for the Hartwick women’s cross country team as 2008 graduate Sierra Derby joins her former high-school running mate, Kim Negrich, in Oneonta. more »»

Schools of Thought: Face book 'em Dan-o

October 6, 2008 Whether we like it or not, kids are finding new and exciting ways to do stupid things. more »»

Racing Around

September 25, 2008 The state of stock car racing and a slowing economy was evident last weekend at Fonda Speedway. more »»

Racing Around

September 18, 2008 Local stock car racing fans will get their fill, maybe, this weekend. more »»

Racing Around

September 11, 2008 Did anyone else get a little chuckle when they went to the Fonda Fair this year, seeing blacktop on Fonda Speedway? It just didn’t seem to fit, even in a just small strip to make it... more »»

 
 
 

 

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