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Legion baseball sign-ups scheduled

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ST. JOHNSVILLE — Sign-ups for St. Johnsville American Legion baseball will take place March 10 at 10 a.m. Sign-ups are for players age 19 and younger. The team also is looking for coaches. Sign-ups will take place at the St. Johnsville American Legion at 38 W. Main St. Players from ...

Leon powers Wolfpack to WAC title

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JOHNSTOWN — The last time a school other than Mekeel Christian Academy won the Western Athletic Conference boys championship game was in the 2010-11 season when Fort Plain took home the championship trophy. Tuesday night at Fulton-Montgomery Community College, Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. ...

Johnstown’s Way earns berth at state bowling championships

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SCHENECTADY — Johnstown’s Garrett Way rolled a six-game total of 1,303 Tuesday at the Class B bowling championships and advanced to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association championship match March 10-11 at Oncenter Convention Center in Syracuse. Way also registered a ...

Boys Basketball Roundup: Sir Bills fall to Spartans, 62-49

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JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Sir Bills closed out their regular season on the short end of Tuesday’s 62-49 Foothills Council score against Queensbury at the Warren Street Elementary School. Matthew Boyle led Johnstown with 15 points, while Adam Wilson chipped in with 10 and Trevor Porter ...

Fleming places fifth in sectional GS

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QUEENSBURY — Johnstown’s Emily Fleming placed fifth in the giant slalom at the Section II Alpine Skiing championships Tuesday at West Mountain. Fleming posted a time of 59.64 in the giant slalom and followed it with a 12th place run in the slalom with time of 54.66. As a result of her ...

JHS bowling team hosting fundraiser

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JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown High School bowling team is hosting an 8-pin, no-tap tournament on Feb. 25 at Perry Lanes. The benefit to support the Johnstown High School varsity bowling team will start at 1 p.m. and is open to four-person teams (mixed, ladies, men, children) with an entry fee ...

Lady Dragons tame Tigers in regular season finalé

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GLOVERSVILLE — On a night when Gloversville honored the six senior members of it’s team, the Lady Dragons closed out their regular season with a 70-55 Foothills Council victory over Hudson Falls Monday night at Gloversville High School. With the victory the Lady Dragons finished the season ...

Calderone, Monroe lead B-P to victory

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BROADALBIN — Dante Calderone and Troy Montroe combined for 50 points to lead Broadalbin-Perth past Scotia-Glenville 59-47 in Foothills Council boys basketballa action Monday night at Broadalbin-Perth High School. Calderone did nis damage on the inside with 10 field goals and a 6-for-7 ...

Lady Raiders top century mark in win

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JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College women’s basketball team topped the century mark as the Lady Raiders romped to a 102-40 victory Monday night at FMCC. Diasia DeBoue hit a triple-double for the Lady Raiders with 25 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists, while Mayfield ...

Hirscher wins gold in men’s combined

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By GRAHAM DUNBAR The Associated Press JEONGSEON, South Korea — Marcel Hirscher won the men’s combined today, finally getting his Olympic gold medal. The 28-year-old Austrian, one of skiing’s greatest racers, used his silky skills in the slalom leg of the event to rise from 12th ...

Lady Panthers top Schoharie in WAC crossover

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JOHNSTOWN — Camryn Meca and Lindsey Hampton combined for 25 points to lead Mayfield to a 52-35 victory over Schoharie in girls Western Athletic Conference crossover action Saturday at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. Meca had a pair of 3-pointers in her 13-point performance, while ...

FMCC bowlers fifth at tourney

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SOUTH GLENS FALLS — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College men’s and women’s bowling teams completed their conference matches on Friday at King Pin Lanes in South Glens Falls and both teams finished third in the conference. The men finished 5-5 on the day with an overall league record ...

Yacobucci, Lazarou win 2017 high school cross-country awards

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HAGAMAN — Andrew Yacobucci of Canajoharie-Fort Plain High School and Olivia Lazarou of Amsterdam High School have been named winners of the Fulmont Roadrunners Club’s annual Cross-Country Runner of the Year Awards honoring the year’s top male and female cross-country runners in Fulton and ...

Scheeren earns state championship berth

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GLENS FALLS — Galway’s Joey Scheeren punched his ticket to the state tournament by winning the 106-pound title Saturday at the Section II Division II Tournament at the Cool Insuring Arena. Scheeren posted a 13-2 major decision over Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk’s Austin Delisle in the ...

Canjo girls edge Northville, 51-45

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JOHNSTOWN — Canajoharie used a strong second-half surge to pull away from Northville and win the Western Athletic Conference game 51-45 in girls basketball action Saturday afternoon at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. Madison Koelbl led the Lady Cougars with 14 points, while Alexz ...

FMCC women lose to Mohawk Valley

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UTICA — Alzae Davis and Zorria West each scored 19 points to lead Mohawk Valley Community College to an 84-68 victory over Fulton-Montgomery Community College on Saturday in a Mountain Valley Conference women’s basketball game. FMCC (8-9 overall) had its five-game win streak ...

Swimmers compete in last chance meet

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ALBANY — Several area swimmers competed in the last chance meet at Albany Academy on Saturday. It was the final opportunity for swimmers to qualify for this week’s Section II Championships. In the 50-yard freestyle, Gloversville’s Paul Lamanto (26.32 seconds) was fifth and ...

Patroons defeat Vancouver, 127-100

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ALBANY — The Vancouver Knights came into Albany after playing back to back games in Rochester, and then traveled to Albany to play the 9-1 Patroons. The Pats are now 10-1 after beating a tired Vancouver team, 127-100 before a crowd of almost 1,200 at the Washington Avenue ...