Local Sports

OESJ boys edged in overtime by Fort Ann

COLONIE — The emotions of the Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville boys’ soccer team ran from elation to stunned disbelief in the final minute of Tuesday’s Section II Class D soccer match. The Wolves broke a scoreless deadlock with 7:42 left in regulation and staved off an all-out attack ...

Mayfield rolls past Argyle in semifinals

BALLSTON SPA — With a senior-laden team, the Mayfield volleyball team had high hopes heading into the season. After Tuesday’s 3-0 win over Argyle in the Section II Class D semifinals at Ballston Spa High School, the Lady Panthers are just one win from a sectional title. Mayfield, the ...

Galway punches its ticket to Class D title match

BALLSTON SPA — Coming into the season, the Galway volleyball team had just three returning players from last year’s squad. Despite having several new faces, the Golden Eagles punched their ticket to the Section II Class D championship match Tuesday at Ballston Spa. Galway, the No. 1 ...

AHS swimmers lose to Albany, 91-60

ALBANY — Albany won nine of 12 events on its way to a 91-60 victory over Amsterdam in a non-league girls swim meet Monday at Albany High School. Brogan Monroe won the 200-yard individual medley and the 200-yard butterfly for Albany, while Maggie Carroll (200 freestyle), Olivia Hampson (50 ...

Decker competing for SUNY Cobleskill

LANCASTER, Pa. — The SUNY Cobleskill women’s cross country team posted a score of 137 points to place fifth overall in a field of 12 teams at the 2018 North Eastern Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships hosted by Lancaster Bible College at the school’s home cross country ...

Heartbreakers

FONDA — It was an emotional, heartbreaking night for the Northville and Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville girls’ soccer teams. Playing in the Section II Class D semifinals on a cold, blustery night at John G. Boshart Field at Fonda-Fultonville High School, it took more than 100 minutes of ...

Twister Valley wraps up 2018 season with CNYMRA event

FORT PLAIN — Twister Valley Sports Complex wrapped up its 2018 schedule Sunday as it hosted the final Central New York Motocross Racers Association event of the season. Two area riders picked up victories. Fort Plain’s Spencer Mang won the collegeboy class. Mang also was second in the ...

Dolgeville competes at Barnard Invitational

BOONVILLE — The Dolgeville boys and girls cross country teams competed in the John Barnard Invitational on Saturday at Adirondack High School. The Dolgeville boys finished seventh in the team standings in the boys varsity 2 race. Rome Free Academy won the team title with 23 points, Beaver ...

Ryder, Nethaway playing for Sage

ALBANY — The Sage Colleges was slated to host a tri-match on Saturday at Kahl Gym, but Lehman College was unable to attend due to the weather. Sage and Plattsburgh State faced one another in a volleyball doubleheader instead. Plattsburgh took the first match, 3-1 (25-23, 22-25, 25-10, ...

B-P graduate Opalka competes for Sage

ALFRED — The Sage Colleges’ women’s and men’s cross country squads were in action on Saturday at the Empire 8 Championship hosted by Alfred University at Jericho Hills Field. Despite the terrible conditions, Sage’s women’s team managed a seventh place team finish. Utica College ...

Quay scores first goal for Morrisville

MORRISVILLE – The Morrisville State women’s soccer team picked up a 5-0 North Eastern Athletic Conference win over SUNY Poly on Saturday. Galway graduate Justine Quay netted her first collegiate score for the Mustangs, who improved to 7-10-1 overall and 6-4 in NEAC play.

Hoosick Falls edges Johnstown in Class C final

GLOVERSVILLE — Having rolled through the opposition this season, the Johnstown field hockey team looked to add to its accomplishments in the Section II Class C title game against Hoosick Falls on Sunday at Gloversville High School. Both teams came into the contest unbeaten and the Panthers ...

Queensbury sweeps Harvest Classic X-C titles

GALWAY — The Queensbury Spartans swept the team titles at Saturday’s Ninth annual Harvest Classic Invitational hosted by the Amsterdam Cross-Country team at Bob’s Trees. The Queensbury boys topped Sauquoit Valley 34-51 for the team title, while Scotia-Glenville was third, Tully fourth ...

GIRLS OF FLAG FOOTBALL 

The all-girls Raisin’ Havok flag football team competed in the Johnstown Flag Football League last spring at Johnstown High School. The team included Isabell Ropeter, Ava Barker, Kurstin Wilson, Jena Barker, Gianna Rizzo, Jaelyn Christman, Kelsey Leonard, Mollie Kortz and Marlee Trajlinek. ...

Jamestown Jammers will not play in 2019

JAMESTOWN — The Jamestown Jammers will not field a team for the 2019 season, the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League and franchise announced at a Wednesday press conference. The Jammers will retain PGCBL membership, and the league and city are hopeful that a team will call Russell E. ...

More to see and do at 2018 Lost Speedways event

SARATOGA SPRINGS — From the time the Saratoga Automobile Museum opens at 10 a.m. on Nov. 24, visitors will be able to enjoy a variety of activities related to the day’s featured program, Lost Speedways 2018. Thanks to Bob James of Bobco Video, videos featuring racing legends CD ...

Little Lady Bills sign-ups Nov. 3

JOHNSTOWN – The Johnstown Little Lady Bills girls basketball program will host sign-ups for the 2018-19 season Nov. 3 at the Warren Street Elementary School gymnasium. Sign-ups will take place from 9 to 11 a.m., and there will be a $35 registration fee. The fee includes a T-shirt and ...

YMCA to host youth basketball

JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County YMCA will once again host its youth basketball program for boys and girls for ages 7-9. Players will improve their basketball skills through various drills and positive competition with their peers. The league promotes sportsmanship, teamwork, individual ...