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FMCC’s Port, Brody earn all-conference honors

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JOHNSTOWN — Brianna Port and Tesa Brody of the Fulton-Montgomery Community College women’s volleyball team were named to the 2018 all-Mountain Valley Conference team.  Both Port and Brody played an integral role at the outside hitter position for the Lady Raiders this ...

ALL-CONFERENCE EFFORT

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Fulton-Montgomery Community College's Ahmed Mourad recently was named to the 2018 Mountain Valley all-Conference team. Mourad was a freshman starting forward for the Raiders Soccer team and finished the season with seven goals, including three game winners and three assists.  He led his team ...

Boyle scores 15 in Cobleskill win

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ALBANY — The Sage Colleges’ men’s basketball team opened the 2018-19 season in Tuesday night losing to the Fighting Tigers of SUNY-Cobleskill in Kahl Gym, 94-83. Cobleskill is now 1-1 on the young season. Junior guard Devin Boyle, a Johnstown graduate, had 15 points for the Fighting ...

Coaches vs. Cancer event scheduled

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JOHNSTOWN — The Western Athletic Conference boys varsity basketball coaches will host their Coaches vs. Cancer Tip-Off Classic event Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the American Cancer Society. WAC Coaches vs. Cancer ...

Fort Plain to host baseball camp

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FORT PLAIN — Fort Plain High School is hosting a six-week baseball camp starting Jan. 6. Fort Plain High School head coach Craig Phillips will direct the program in conjunction with U.S. Baseball Academy. Classes are available for players in first- through 12th-grade and are limited to ...

Fo-Jo’s Gray ready to compete at state meet

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JOHNSTOWN — After taking a year off from varsity competition, Alayna Gray returned to the pool this fall stronger and focused. “I took the year off because I just wanted to focus on the club team [Schenectady-Saratoga Sharks] for a year,” Gray said. The Johnstown high junior rolled ...

FMCC men, women lose to Onondaga

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SYRACUSE — Sydni Eure scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds to help Onondaga Community College to a 59-55 victory over Fulton-Montgomery Community College in a Region III women’s basketball contest Saturday. The Lady Raiders led 28-25 at the half before the Lazers rallied for the ...

OESJ’s Brundage named WAC Division 2 MVP

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Several area players were among those named to the recently announced Western Athletic Conference boys soccer all-star team. Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville’s Jack Brundage was named the WAC Division 2 Most Valuable Player. The Wolves, who won the Division 2 title this season, had Robert ...

Raiders place third in tourney

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JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College bowling teams opened their season by hosting eight men’s teams and four women’s squad in their Second Annual Baker Format Tournament Saturday at Perry Lanes. The Baker format is a team comprised of five members, the leadoff bowler ...

B-P’s Fraser named Foothills Council MVP

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Several area volleyball players were among those named to the recently announced Foothills Council volleyball all-star team. Broadalbin-Perth junior outside hitter Eliana Fraser was named the Foothills Council Most Valuable Player. Broadalbin-Perth’s Cassy Bown, Johnstown’s Janay ...

Amsterdam’s Flint named Foothills all-star

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Amsterdam’s Natalie Flint was the lone area player named to the 2018 Foothills Council girls tennis all-star team. Scotia-Glenville, which won the league title this year with a perfect 12-0 mark, had Sophia Schaub, Natalie Bean and Cassie Rumfelt named to the first team. Charlotte Tvelia ...

Ward Sr., Paradiso roll perfect games

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GLOVERSVILLE — Dave Ward Sr. and Ron Paradiso rolled perfect games in Premiere Scratch league action Friday night at Arterial Lanes. Ward’s 300 game came as part of a league-high 806 series. Paradiso’s 300 was part of his 740 triple on the night.

B-P, Mayfield advance to state semifinals

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MASSENA — The Mayfield and Broadalbin-Perth volleyball teams swept their way to regional championships Saturday and are now headed to the Final Four of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association tournament. Mayfield overpowered Section 10 champion Chateugay 3-0 on game ...

Mayfield’s Relyea places fifth at state meet

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KINGS PARK — Mayfield sophomore Madison Relyea finished fifth in the girls Class D race at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Cross Country Championship on Saturday at Sunken Meadow State Park. Relyea finished the 5K course in a time of 19:33.9 to secure her third ...

BAKER INVITATIONAL

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JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College men’s and women’s bowling teams opened their seasons Saturday as FMCC hosted the Baker Invitational at Perry Lanes in Johnstown.

B-P grad Opalka competes for Sage

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LOGAN TOWNSHIP, N.J. — The Sage Colleges’ women’s and men’s cross country teams competed on Saturday at the 2018 NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional hosted by Rowan University at the Dream Park of New Jersey. Sage’s women’s team finished in 33rd place in a field of 44 teams, ...

Sitterly claims another Oswego title

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OSWEGO — Oswego Speedway’s newest track champions Otto Sitterly and Anthony Losurdo were awarded for their well deserved honors at the track’s Hall of Fame and Championship Banquet at the Lake Ontario Event & Conference Center in Oswego on Nov. 3. Following a shocking winless streak ...

Lost Speedways event scheduled for Nov. 24

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — From inquiries received and conversations with racing people in the region, interest in the Saratoga Automobile Museum’s Lost Speedways program on Nov. 24 appears to be at a record level. “We’ve had great guests in the past but the addition of Albany-Saratoga ...

Ready for Regionals

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MASSENA — The Broadalbin-Perth and Mayfield volleyball teams are experiencing a sense of deja vu this postseason. Both the Lady Patriots and Lady Panthers had last won Section II titles in 2015 and both claimed sectional crowns this season. As it did for both in 2015, the road to the ...