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Royal Mountain open house set for Sunday

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CAROGA LAKE — Royal Mountain Ski Area will host its annual open house Sunday from 1-4 p.m. The open house will feature discounted day passes and season passes. Trailblaiser and Royal Mountain Ski School information and registration will also be available. Once again this season, Royal ...

Executive committee hosts October meeting

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LATHAM — The New York State Public High School Athletic Association held its quarterly meeting of its Executive Committee in Troy on Oct. 12. The committee voted on several key proposals important to the Association’s 786 member schools. The committee approved the formation of an ...

Northville advances to Class D championship

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FONDA — After picking up a single goal in the first half of a Section II Class D semifinal match, the Northville girls soccer team picked up five second-half goals to defeat Fort Plain 6-0 Saturday at John G. Boshart Field at Fonda-Fultonville High School. With the victory the top-seeded ...

Amsterdam girls claim team title at Harvest Classic

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GALWAY — The Amsterdam girls cross-country team won the team title in the eighth annual Harvest Classic at Bob’s Tree Farm on Saturday. The host Lady Rams finished with 38 points to claim the title, while Sauquoit Valley was second with 49 points. Hoosic Valley (62) was third, ...

Raiders advance to semis

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JAMESTOWN — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College women’s volleyball team competed in the Region III Championship pool play Saturday. FMCC played Broome, Finger Lakes and Onondaga Community College. In each match, there were three sets played and the top two teams in FMCC’s pool ...

Lady Sea Dragons compete at meet

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TROY — The Gloversville-Mayfield girls swim team had several swimmers in competition at Saturday’s last-chance meet. In the 50-yard freestyle, Isabelle Willis (30.10 seconds) was 10th, Libby Sturgess-Mansell (30.83) was 15th, Sophey Willis (33.64) was 19th and Maya Rivera (33.76) was ...

Sage volleyball wraps up season

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Sage Colleges’ women’s volleyball traveled to Skidmore College on Saturday for the final two matches of the 2017 season. Sage fell to Skidmore College, 3-0 (25-14, 25-13, 25-14) and then dropped the second match to Potsdam State, 3-0 (25-12, 25-21, 25-19). Sage ...

Robataille helps Hartwick past Sage

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ONEONTA — Amsterdam graduate Cassandra Robataille, a sophomore goalkeeper, helped Hartwick College to a 2-0 victory over Sage on Saturday in an Empire 8 women’s soccer contest. With the victory, Hartwick earned the regular-season crown in the league and the top seed for the upcoming ...

Youth basketball sign-ups scheduled

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GALWAY — The Galway Youth Commission Basketball Program will begin Saturday at Galway Central School for girls and boys in first through sixth grades in the Galway School District community. The program will be held at various gyms in Galway School on Saturdays through Dec. 16. From ...

Huskies hold off Sir Bills, 35-27

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GLOVERSVILLE — With his team trailing 28-27 in the final minute, Johnstown Coach Tyler Hall gambled to give his Sir Bills a chance at winning Friday’s inter-city classic. Hall told his guys to let Gloversville score, which senior running back Trevor Mee did with a 40-yard touchdown run ...

H.S. Volleyball Roundup: B-P, Johnstown, Mayfield, Galway advance

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BROADALBIN — Sydney Rogers finished with 20 service points, eight digs, two kills and two aces to lead second-seeded Broadalbin-Perth to a 3-0 victory over seventh-seeded Emma Willard in the quarterfinals of the Section II Class B volleyball tournament on Friday at Broadalbin-Perth High ...

Sage volleyball loses two matches

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SCHENECTADY — The Sage Colleges’ women’s volleyball travelled to Union College on Friday night for a tri-match with Union College and SUNY-New Paltz. The Gators dropped a pair on Friday, falling to Union, 3-0 (25-9, 25-6, 25-14) and New Paltz, 3-0 (25-14, 25-12, 25-22). Against New ...

Lady Bills fall to top-seeded Schuylerville in Class C semis

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SCHUYLERVILLE — The third time was not the charm for the Johnstown field hockey team against Schuylerville. The top-seeded Black Horses posted a 5-1 victory over the fourth-seeded Lady Bills in a Section II Class C semifinal contest at Schuylerville on Thursday. “I don’t know what it ...

Huskies host Sir Bills in 90th inter-city game

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There may not be a championship on the line but it is still The Big Game. The 90th edition of the Gloversville-Johnstown inter-city football game will kick off tonight at 7 p.m. at Robert E. Gould Stadium at Husky Field. “This game means so much, to so many people; I just feel grateful ...

Scotties rally to beat Rams, 23-7

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AMSTERDAM — The Amsterdam Rams got off to a fast start putting Ballston Spa in a 7-0 hole before Jason McCarthy led the Scotties back with three touchdowns and a 40-yard field goal to give Ballston Spa a 23-7 Class AA/A crossover football victory thursday night at the Lynch Literacy ...

Albany swims past Amsterdam, 98-59

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AMSTERDAM — Albany won eight of 11 events on its way to 98-59 victory over Amsterdam in a non-league girls swim meet at Lynch Literacy Academy on Thursday. Brogan Monroe (200 individual medley), Olivia Hampson (50 freestyle), Kiana Yrrah-Samonte (100 butterfly), Grace VanBowen (100 ...

OESJ falls short in Class D semifinals

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ST. JOHNSVILLE — The Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville boys created opportunities and controlled the ball for most of the game but could not overcome a pair of first-half goals as the second-seeded Wolves fell to No. 4 Loudonville Christian 3-0 in a Section II Class D semifinal soccer match ...