Local Sports

Royal Mtn. skiers compete at two events

CAROGA LAKE — The Royal Mountain U14 excelsior team competed this last weekend at Belleayre Mountain on Saturday and Windham on Sunday. At Saturday’s race, Colin Cotter placed fourth overall with a combined time of 2:27.80, Carter Cheney failed to finish his first run and placed 20th in ...

Parslow scores 35 in Sage victory

ROCHESTER — Senior guard Emily Parslow, a Fonda-Fultonville graduate, scored a career high 35 points to lead The Sage Colleges to a 78-62 Empire 8 women’s basketball victory over host Nazareth College on Saturday afternoon. Parslow made 14 of 16 free throws in the game and played all 40 ...

Gonzalez playing for Sage men’s hoop

ROCHESTER — The Sage Colleges’ men’s basketball team was in action on Saturday evening at Nazareth College for an Empire 8 match-up. The Golden Flyers remained perfect in league action as they collected an 82-78 win. Sophomore forward Josh Gonzalez, a Canajoharie graduate, scored 22 ...

Amsterdam cruises past Broadalbin-Perth

BROADALBIN — During the opening half of Monday’s Foothills Council game, Broadalbin-Perth handled the pressure put on them by Amsterdam and stayed within striking distance of the Lady Rams at the break. The Lady Rams did not panic, they went into the locker room at the half, regrouped and ...

Girls Basketball Roundup: Gloversville’s Philo sets Section II 3-point record

GLENS FALLS — Gloversville’s Harmony Philo took over the top spot for career 3-pointers in the Section II record books Monday night, hitting seven times from behind the arc in a 70-52 victory at Glens Falls to raise her career total to 250. Philo, a senior headed to play at Queens College ...

Boys Basketball Roundup: Northville routs Heatly, 77-54

GREEN ISLAND — T.J. Wadsworth finished with 27 points to lead Northville to a 77-54 victory over Heatly in a non-league boys basketball contest Monday. Nate Reidell had 13 points for the Falcons (6-8 overall), while Jason Ellsworth and Wyatt Sira each had 11 points. Darius Moore scored 30 ...

H.S Bowling Roundup: Gloversville sweeps Queensbury in Foothills Council match

SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Adam Loveless finished with a high game of 221 and posted a 584 series to help Gloversville post a 4-0 victory over Queensbury in a Foothills Council bowling match at Kingpin’s Alley. Mark Sgambato recorded a 215-550 for the Huskies, Riley Griffiths had a 200-546 and ...

Boys Swimming Roundup: Queensbury tops Gloversville-Mayfield

QUEENSBURY — Queensbury won seven of 11 events on its way to a 98-70 victory over Gloversville-Mayfield in a Foothills Council boys swim meet. David Walton won the 200-yard freestyle and 100-yard backstroke for the Spartans (5-1 overall), while T.J. Bearor won the 200 individual medley and ...

Dolgeville sweeps Adirondack, 3-0

BOONVILLE — Samantha Hoke was 18-for-18 from the service line to help Dolgeville to a 3-0 victory over Adirondack in a Center State Conference volleyball match Monday. Hoke finished with 11 aces for the Blue Devils, who won by scores of 25-21, 25-15 and 25-5. Kinsey Randall posted eight ...

C-FP wrestlers top Little Falls, 54-18

LITTLE FALLS — Canajoharie-Fort Plain won nine of 12 weight classes on its way to a 54-18 victory over Little Falls in a non-league wrestling match Monday. Hayden Casler won by pin at 182 pounds for C-FP. Cody Haig (113), Adam Oertel (120), Jared Benton (126), Derek Countryman (132), Reed ...

B-P HONORS

Athletic Director Matt Ehrenreich of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District Athletic Department, Broadalbin-Perth indoor track and field coach Allissa Melucci and Broadalbin-Perth girls basketball coach Tucker Gifford selected John Coddington, left, of the indoor track and field team ...

Mayfield defeats Duanesburg, 53-39

DUANESBURG — The Mayfield Panthers put three players in double-digits in a 53-39 non-league victory over Duanesburg Saturday at Duanesburg High School. Trevon Gifford led the trio with 13 points, while Anthony Yuret had 11 and Daniel Leach finished with 10. Garrett Delaney chipped in with ...

Marhall nets 26 in Lady Raiders’ loss

JOHNSTOWN — Niaimani Marshall poured in a game-high 26 points for Fulton-Montgomery Community College but it was not enough as the Lady Raiders fell to Niagara County Community College 79-57 in non-conference women’s basketball action Sunday at Fulton-Montgomery Community ...

Stanavich a double winner at TCITL meet

SCHENECTADY — Gabby Stanavich was a double winner for the Amsterdam girls indoor track team at the Tri-County Indoor Track League meet Saturday at Union College. Stanavich led the Lady Rams with victories in the 300-meter dash with her time of 45.8 and won the 50-meter hurdles in ...

Evan MacDuff named Section II Class D MVP

Section II Class D champion Warrensburg had several players named to the Section II Class D all-star team. Warrensburg’s Evan MacDuff was named Most Valuable Player, while Jesse Griffin (running back), Hunter Mosher (offensive line) and Jaron Griffin were named to the first-team ...

JHS Student-athletes honored

Athletic Director James Robare of the Greater Johnstown School District Athletic Department and Johnstown girls basketball coach Tim Derwin selected Kanako Sasaki, left, and Anna Lee, right, of the girls basketball team as the Student-Athletes of the Week. The award is chosen weekly and ...

Ready to go: FMCC men’s, women’s basketball teams set for second half

JOHNSTOWN — Heading into the second half of the season the Fulton-Montgomery Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams are looking to carry over their momentum from the first half. The men’s and women’s teams combined to go 16-3 overall in November and December, with the ...

Mayfield girls win Johnstown Nordic Invy

BENSON — The Mayfield girls Nordic ski team picked up the victory at the annual Johnstown Invitational Friday at Lapland Lake Nordic Ski Area. Led by Madison Relyea, the Lady Panthers finished ahead of Shenendehowa in the team standings, 12-32, while Johnsburg was third with 34 points and ...

Hammond and Burnham named to Joe Hirsch Media Roll of Honor

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Two-time Eclipse Award-winning broadcaster Tom Hammond and the late Eclipse Award-winning cinematographer Joe Burnham have been selected to the National Museum of Racing’s Joe Hirsch Media Roll of Honor. Hammond, one of television’s most respected and versatile ...