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Griffin will return to Mohawks for 12th season

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AMSTERDAM — Keith Griffin will return to the Amsterdam Mohawks in 2020 for a 12th season as the team’s head coach.
 Griffin is the franchise’s all-time wins leader, having led the Mohawks to a 404-162 record between the regular season and playoffs since taking over as head coach in ...

Girls Soccer Roundup: OESJ blanks Mekeel

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SCOTIA — Abby Johnson and Alexis Mumford each scored twice to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville to a 6-0 victory over Mekeel Christian Academy on Wednesday in a Western Athletic Conference girls soccer contest at Maalwyck Park. Madisyn Schell and Michaela Wilson also scored for the ...

Fort Plain to host winter baseball camp

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FORT PLAIN — Fort Plain High School will host a six-week baseball camp starting Jan. 5. Fort Plain head coach, Craig Phillips, will direct the program in conjunction with U.S. Baseball Academy. Classes are available for players in first through 12th-grade and are limited to seven players ...

BYC basketball set to begin Nov. 2

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BROADALBIN — Registration for the Broadalbin Youth Commission basketball program is now open. Registration is open to all children (kindergarten through sixth grades) in the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District. Play will begin Nov. 2. The cost will be $45 and registration closes Nov. ...

Girls Soccer Roundup: Broadalbin-Perth edges Johnstown, 1-0

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BROADALBIN — With the regular season in its final week, the Broadalbin-Perth and Johnstown girls soccer teams had the postseason on their minds when they met in a Foothills Council South Division contest Tuesday. The Lady Patriots picked up the 1-0 victory at Patriot Field, which could ...

Field Hockey Roundup: Huskies slip past Glens Falls in overtime

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GLOVERSVILLE — It took every second, and then some, to determine a winner in Tuesday’s Foothills Council field hockey match at Gloversville High School. The Gloversville Huskies and Glens Falls Indians battled to a 2-2 draw through regulation and the first overtime period and appeared ...

Gloversville blanked by Scotia-Glenville, 6-0

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GLOVERSVILLE — After falling to Johnstown in a Foothills Council match last Wednesday, the Gloversville girls’ soccer team looked to rebound on its home turf against Scotia-Glenville. The Lady Tartans had different plans as six different players scored as they defeated Gloversville 6-0 in ...

Boys Soccer Roundup: Patriots, Tartans play to 1-1 draw

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SCOTIA — Sam Rogers scored the lone goal for Broadalbin-Perth in a 1-1 tie with Scotia-Glenville in a Foothills Council South Division boys soccer contest Monday. Jared O’Connor scored the lone goal for Scotia-Glenville on an assist from Kofi Jack. Jack Marsden made 13 saves for B-P, ...

Galway’s Lovelass advances at sectionals

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ALTAMONT — Galway’s Josh Lovelass carded a 5-over-par round of 76 to advance at the Section II Class A-B-C-D golf tournament Tuesday Orchard Creek Golf Club. Loveless’ score puts him in a tie for seventh heading into Friday’s final round. Amsterdam’s C.J. Durinick tied for 34th with ...

GHS volleyball tops Schoharie, 3-0

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GLOVERSVILLE — Aireana Muhlberger finished with 26 assists, 15 service points and eight aces to lead Gloversville to a 3-0 victory over Schoharie in a non-league volleyball match Tuesday at Gloversville High School. The Huskies won by scores of 25-18, 25-8 and 25-12. Macey Salvione posted ...

Dragons close out regular season with 5-1 victory over Amsterdam

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AMSTERDAM — The Gloversville boys soccer team is building momentum as they get set to play in the Section II Class A postseason tournament. Monday, the Dragons snapped a two-game losing streak, defeating host Amsterdam 5-1 in a Foothills Council match at the Lynch Literacy Academy ...

Williamson earns signature NAPA Super DIRT Week victory

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OSWEGO — Would he make it or not? The closing laps of Sunday’s Billy Whittaker Cars 200 capped a drama-filled NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week at Oswego Speedway, where Mat Williamson had enough fuel to charge to the checkers while the car that was closing on him fast did not. A late ...

Blue Devils’ rally falls short against Thousand Islands

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DOLGEVILLE — With the exception of its 28-0 victory over Waterville, the Dolgeville’s margin of victory in the other three games has been by a touchdown or less. Saturday, the Blue Devils found themselves trailing in the fourth quarter and put together a potential game-tying drive only to ...

Canajoharie-Fort Plain falls to Tamarac, 28-24

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FONDA — All season long, the first half has been a struggle for the Canajoharie-Fort Plain football team. That trend continued Saturday as C-FP hosted Tamarac at John G. Boshart Field at Fonda-Fultonville Central School. The Bengals led 21-8 at the half and held off a late comeback bid by ...

Dolgeville girls post 2-1 win over West Canada Valley

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DOLGEVILLE — Alexis Smith and Rylee Lamphere scored to lead Dolgeville to a 2-1 victory over West Canada Valley in a Center Staste Conference Division II girls soccer contest Saturday. Smith netted a first-half goal for the Blue Devils, while Lamphere scored the game-winning goal in the ...

MILESTONE MET

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Johnstown’s Anna Lee, with sign, poses with her teammates after recording her 100th career point in a 10-0 victory over Gloversville on Tuesday at Gloversville High School.