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AHS boys lacrosse loses to South High

AMSTERDAM — Zack LaFave finished with three goals and an assist to lead South Glens Falls to a 15-4 victory over Amsterdam in a Foothills Council boys lacrosse contest at Lynch Literacy Academy on Tuesday. Anthony Barone-Lopez had two goals and an assist for Amsterdam, while Cam ...

Area runners compete in Boston Marathon

BOSTON — A total of five area runners completed the 26.2-mile course Monday in the 123rd Boston Marathon. Sprakers’ Craig Dubois posted an official time of 3:07.41 to finish 3,900th overall. Dubois was 4,604th in 2018 with a time of 3:16.42. Dubois posted a time of 3:08.14 in 2017 to ...

Landrio, Clemente honored for dedication to basketball

GLOVERSVILLE — Don Landrio may have stepped away from the sidelines as the varsity coach of the Gloversville Dragons with 410 wins, but he has not stepped away from basketball. The Hall of Fame coach has been a long-standing member of the Section II Basketball Committee and during the ...

Johnstown routs South High, 20-5

SOUTH GLENS FALLS — The Johnstown girls lacrosse team ran its unbeaten streak to six as they defeated South Glens Falls 20-5 in Foothills Council action Monday at South Glens Falls High School. The Lady Bills’ Taryn Ringer connected for five goals in the match, while Abbey Hollister, ...

Patriots, Huskies come up short in Foothills games

AMSTERDAM — Tyler Spaulding connected for a home run to help power Queensbury to a 21-2 victory over Broadalbin-Perth in Foothills Council action Monday at Shuttleworth Park. The game was originally scheduled to be played at Broadalbin-Perth High School but was moved to the turf at ...

FMCC baseball loses pair to HVCC

TROY — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College baseball team dropped both games of its Mountain Valley Conference doubleheader against Hudson Valley Community College on Thursday. The Raiders lost the first game, 8-2, and the second game, 9-8. Both games were played at Joe Bruno ...

Benton playing for Sage softball

TROY — Sage’s softball team hosted the Soaring Eagles of Elmira College on Sunday afternoon in an Empire 8 double header. Elmira posted a 7-3 win in the first game, marking the 400th career win for head coach Rhonda Faunce. The Soaring Eagles took game two, 12-4 and puts Elmira at 9-9 ...

Opalka, Tavolaro compete for Sage

DELHI — The Sage Colleges’ men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams were in action on Saturday at the SUNY-Delhi Bronco Invitational. For the fourth straight week, the Gators have continued to break school records and for the second week in a row the success was enjoyed by the ...

O’Neil competing for Sage golf team

HERSHEY, Pa. — The Sage Colleges’ men’s golf team wrapped up competition at the two-day 2019 Empire 8 Spring Championship at the Hershey Country Club. They played on the East Course, a par 71 course with a distance of 6,584 yards. St. John Fisher College won the team’s ninth straight ...

DEMAGISTRIS HONORED

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Gloversville athletic director Mike DeMagistris was the Chapter 2 winner of the Athletic Administrator of the Year Award at the Roy O'Neill Awards Banquet on March 14 at the Saratoga City Center at the New York State Athletic Administrators Conference.

FMCC softball swept by Jefferson

WATERTOWN — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College softball team lost both games of its doubleheader at Jefferson Community College on Saturday. The Lady Raiders lost the first game, 12-1, and the second game, 4-2. In the first game, Jefferson scored all 12 of its runs in the first inning ...

H.S. Softball Roundup: Fonda-Fultonville sweeps Gloversville

FONDA — Fonda-Fultonville posted a pair of wins over Gloversville in a non-league softball doubleheader Saturday. The Lady Braves won the first game, 10-1, and the second game, 8-7. In the first game, Brianne Egelston allowed just four hits in five innings for FFCS. Shelby Crahan had a ...

Track & Field Roundup: B-P girls second, boys third at Maple Hill

SCHODACK — The Broadalbin-Perth girls track and field team placed second and the boys team was third at the Maple Hill Invitational on Saturday. “Today was a good day for us as both teams were very competitive despite depleted rosters. Due to injury and two school functions, we only ...

Hinderliter helps HVCC to win

WATERTOWN — Johnstown graduate Austin Hinderliter finished with three goals and an assist to help the Hudson Valley Community College men’s lacrosse team to a 12-4 victory over Jefferson Community College on Saturday. HVCC (6-3 overall), which has won five straight games, is scheduled to ...

Nordby scores twice in Westminster win

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Westminster College men’s lacrosse team won, 10-8, on the road against Presidents’ Athletic Conference foe Chatham University on Saturday. Tyler Nordby finished with two goals for Westminster. The Titans (6-5 overall, 3-1 PAC) are scheduled to travel to Grove ...

Fort Plain honors winter sports teams

FORT PLAIN — The Fort Plain winter varsity and junior varsity sports teams were recognized at a reception Feb. 28 in the junior-senior school auditorium. The boys basketball Board of Education Second Effort Award went to Josh Nellis, while Ethan Reese earned the Super Sub Award. Dan ...

B-P HONORS

BROADALBIN — Athletic Director Matt Ehrenreich of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District Athletic Department, Broadalbin-Perth track and field coach Jeff Richards selected Hailey Parrotti, left, and Aidan DeJong, right, of the track and field team as the Student-Athletes of the Week. ...

2019 Track & Field Preview: Eyes on the Prize

With the local track and field season underway, athletes are already showing they are going to make an impact at the season-ending meets, with an eye on sending a record amount of competitors to the state championship meet at Middletown High School on June 7 and 8. In 2018, a total of 12 area ...

BACK ON TRACK

FONDA — Cars took to the track for the first time in 2019 at Fonda Speedway on Saturday as it hosted an open practice session Saturday. The first racing card of the season is scheduled for next Saturday at 6:30 p.m.