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Four runners qualify for state indoor championships

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ALBANY — Four local athletes and a relay team will be heading to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association indoor track and field championships Saturday. Fonda-Fultonville’s Brittany Castelluccio, along with Amsterdam’s Lauren Santiago, Gabby Stanavich and Charlie ...

Wells boys lose to Crown Point in OT

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CROWN POINT — Zach Spaulding scored 28 points to lead third-seeded Crown Point to an 81-65 double-overtime victory over sixth-seeded Wells in a Section VII Class D quarterfinal Saturday. The Panthers outscored the Indians, 20-4, in the second overtime to earn the victory. Jake LaDeau ...

OESJ boys punch ticket to semifinals

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STILLWATER — After playing their last game on Feb. 13, the Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville boys seemed a bit disheveled in the opening half of Saturday’s Section II Class D quarterfinal game at Stillwater High School. The top-seeded Wolfpack struggled offensively with unforced turnovers ...

Mayfield edged in Class C quarterfinals by Maple Hill

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TROY — After falling behind by 15 points in the opening quarter, the 14th-seeded Mayfield Panthers battled back to put themselves in position to win Saturday’s Section II Class C quarterfinal game. The Panthers’ Garrett Delaney hit a 3-pointer from the left side with 1:35 left in ...

Relyea, Fleming headed to state ski meet

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Two area competitors will compete in the state skiing championships on Monday and Tuesday. Johnstown’s Emily Fleming qualified for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Alpine Skiing Championships, while Mayfield’s Madison Relyea will compete in the New York State ...

Palaszewski places third at state tourney

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ALBANY — Having come up short of the podium in his last two trips to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Wrestling Championships, Galway’s Dillan Palaszewski finished third in his fourth and final trip to the state meet. Palaszewski, a senior, finished third in the ...

FMCC men, women earn regional spots

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JOHNSTOWN — Following their victories over Columbia-Greene Community College Saturday, the Fulton-Montgomery Community College basketball teams learned their seeds in the NJCAA Region 3 D-III basketball tournament. The Raiders topped Columbia-Greene 125-94 Saturday and picked up the eighth ...

McCoy playing for King’s College

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GWYNEDD VALLEY, Pa. — Johnstown graduate Kendra McCoy, a senior on the King’s College women’s lacrosse team, had a career-high five goals and two assists in a 24-7 victory over Gwynedd Mercy University in the season-opener for both teams in Gwynedd Valley on Wednesday. Nine different ...

Local athletes competing for Albany

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BOSTON — Broadalbin-Perth graduate Jake Coveney and Amsterdam graduate Omahri Sturdivant both posted third-place finishes for the University at Albany men’s indoor track and field teams at the America East Championships this weekend at the Boston University Track and Tennis ...

Askews compete at MAAC Championships

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BUFFALO — Johnstown High School graduates Erica Askew and Trevor Askew posted several solid finishes at the 2018 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championships for Division I swimming and diving. The meet took place at Erie Community College’s Burt Flickinger Athletic Center in ...

GHS graduate Pettit helps SUNY Cobleskill win NEAC title

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COBLESKILL — The SUNY Cobleskill men’s swimming & diving team successfully defended its North Eastern Athletic Conference title, capturing their second consecutive league championship, their third in the past four seasons, by posting a score of 497 points to better a four team field at ...

FMCC BASKETBALL TEAMS HONOR SENIORS

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The Fulton-Montgomery Community College men’s basketball team lost its final home game of the season 75-67, against Mohawk Valley Community College on Thursday. FMCC honored its seniors before the contest for their commitment as student-athletes at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. The ...

Galway wrestlers fare well at state tourney

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ALBANY — Heading into the second day of competition, both of Galway’s competitors were in the mix for podium finishes at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Wrestling Championships. Both Joey Scheeren and Dillan Palaszewski remained alive in their respective brackets ...

Mercy rule being considered for Section II baseball

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When the Section II baseball coaches meet March 5 they will have a big decision to make — to accept or reject the 10-run “mercy” rule passed earlier this month by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Executive Committee. The Executive Committee to adopted a 10-run ...

Fake competing for Morrisville State

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MORRISVILLE — The Morrisville State College Western Equestrian Riding Team wrapped up its regular season show schedule Sunday, hosting two shows at the college’s riding arena on Swamp Road in Morrisville, finishing as reserve high point team for the season. In the morning show, ...

Parslow scores eight for Sage in loss

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ROCHESTER — The Sage Colleges’ women’s basketball team travelled to St. John Fisher College on Friday for the semifinals of the 2018 Empire 8 Women’s Basketball Championship. Seeded No. 2, Sage took on the No. 3 seeded Ducks of Stevens. Stevens posted the upset win topping Sage, 64-62 ...

Gallup scores 16 for Patroons in loss

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Tornados extended their win streak to five games by beating the Patroons, 114-102, in North American Premier Basketball League contest Friday.
The  Patroons fell to 12-3 while the Tornados improved to 6-7.   Xavier Moon led the Patroons with 22 ...

Hladik tournament set for March 3

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JOHNSTOWN — The 45th annual Billy Hladik Bowling Tournament will take place March 3 at 1 p.m. at Perry Lanes.  The tournament is a handicap tournament which consist of five-person teams at a cost of $75 per team.  The handicap is based on 80 percent of 1,100. Hladik perished in a fire in ...

Lady Rams shake off slow start to beat South Glens Falls

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AMSTERDAM — To reach the Section II Class A semifinals for a third straight season, the Amsterdam girls basketball team had to defeat South Glens Falls for the third time this season. The second-seeded Lady Rams shook off a slow start and withstood a third-quarter rally by the ...