Local Sports

H.S. Softball Roundup: Voorheesville outlasts Galway, 22-18

GALWAY — Early-game errors hurt the Galway Golden Eagles as the out-hit Voorheesville 22-18 but came up on the short end of the 22-15 final score in non-league softball action Tuesday at Galway High School. Olivia Richardson led Voorheesville with a double, two singles and three runs scored, ...

H.S. Baseball Roundup: Hudson Falls edges Johnstown, 5-4

HUDSON FALLS — The Johnstown Sir Bills got extra base hits from Charlie Brown and Dawson Sanges but came up on the short end of the 5-4 score against Hudson Falls in Foothills Council action Tuesday at Hudson Falls High School. Brown picked up an RBI with his double, while Ethan Wager ...

Barone nets three goals in Rams’ loss

AMSTERDAM — The Amsterdam Rams got three goals from Anthony Barone in their 15-5 Foothills Council loss to South Glens Falls on Tuesday at Lynch Literacy Academy. Thomas Linehan had four goals and four assists for South High (2-1, 1-1), while Jason Boucher had four goals. Zack LaFave added ...

Sir Bills extend win streak to three games

JOHNSTOWN — After a season-opening loss to Greenwich, the Johnstown boys’ lacrosse team has put together a three-game win streak. Monday, the Sir bills received scoring from eight players as they romped to an 18-4 Wasaren League victory over Lansingburgh on a cold, rainy day at Knox ...

Four area runners compete in Boston

BOSTON — A total of four area runners completed the 26.2-mile course in the Boston Marathon on Monday. Canajoharie’s Ambrose Schaffer was the top area finisher, placing 3,808th overall with a time of 3:12.34. Sprakers’ Craig Dubois was 4,604th with a time of 3:16.42, while ...

Weather wipes out most of local slate

Monday’s wet weather forced the postponement of nearly all scheduled high school athletic contests. The Gloversville baseball team had its game at Glens Falls moved to today at 4:30 p.m., while the Gloversville at Scotia-Glenville softball game was postponed with no make-up date set. The ...

Opalka competing for Sage track team

SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. — The Sage Colleges’ women’s and men’s track and field teams travelled to Massachusetts to compete at the Mt. Holyoke Spring Invitational.  In the women’s meet, the team crown went to Eastern Connecticut State University with a score of 148, while Sage was 12th ...

Brado competing for Cobleskill track

BETHLEHEM, Pa. — The SUNY Cobleskill men’s track & field team continued the 2018 season over the weekend competing at the 2018 Coach “P” Invitational hosted by Moravian College. The non-scoring meet featured athletes from all NCAA divisions of competition. The Fighting Tigers ...

Trembley to swim at Le Moyne College

CANAJOHARIE — Canajoharie High School senior Joe Trembley signed a letter of intent Thursday to swim at Le Moyne College in Syracuse this fall. Trembley, the son of Steve and Shannon Trembley, will accept a partial athletic scholarship to swim at Le Moyne. The college’s swim team is a ...

Huskies put unbeaten record on line today against Amsterdam

JOHNSTOWN — The Gloversville Huskies are scheduled to take on the Amsterdam Rams in a Foothills Council tennis match, weather permitting, at 4:15 p.m. today at Knox Field. Gloversville has rolled to a 4-0 overall record and is 4-0 against Foothills Council competition, while Amsterdam is ...

Raiders split with SUNY Adirondack

JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College Raiders split a double-header with SUNY Adirondack Saturday at the Route 67 Campus. Adirondack took the opening game 3-1, while the Raiders bounced back to win the nightcap 6-1. In the opening game Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville ...

Meeting slated for Ladies Golf League

GLOVERSVILLE — The Holland Meadows Ladies Golf League will hold its organizational meeting on May 1 at 7 pm at the Holland Meadows Golf Course on Route 29. Dues of $40 will be collected at the meeting. Light refreshments will be served. New members are welcome. For more ...

Sir Bills post 10-2 win over Mayfield

JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Sir Bills rebounded from their Foothills Council loss to Glens Falls on Friday with a 10-2 non-league victory over Mayfield on a cold Saturday at Johnstown High School. Sophomore Noah Massey threw five innings of 1-hit ball for his first career varsity start on ...

Galway softball tops Schoharie, 6-3

SCHOHARIE — Emma Smith had a big day at the plate and picked up the win in the circle as Galway defeated Schoharie 6-3 in Western Athletic Conference action Saturday at Schoharie High School. Smith went 4-for-4 with two singles a triple, a double and three RBIs at the plate and struck out ...

FLOOR HOCKEY FUN

The Fulton County YMCA wrapped up its youth indoor floor hockey program April 7. For more than 30 years, area youths have joined coach Husky for drills, skills and games. The programs were run Saturdays for 5 through 12-year-olds.

TENNIS TIME

Gloversville’s Ryan Issa returns a shot during Friday's Foothills Council match against Glens Falls at Knox Field in Johnstown. Gloversville won the match 5-2 to improve to 4-0 overall and 4-0 in Foothills Council play. No other information was available as of press time.

GETTING GOLFING

Tom Dubanowich of Charlton tees off from the 10th tee at Fox Run Golf Club Friday morning as the Town of Johnstown facility opened for the 2018 season. Golfers are encouraged to call for tee times.

AHS boys tennis loses to Scotia

SCOTIA — The Scotia-Glenville tennis team swept Amsterdam 7-0 in Foothills Council action Friday at Scotia-Glenville High School. Laif Lundstrom, Jacob McKenzie, Ethan McKone, Jared O’Connor and Ryan McKone claimed singles victories for the Tartans, while the teams of Keith Ogden and ...