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FMCC men defeat Mohawk Valley, 2-1

UTICA — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College men’s soccer team scored a 2-1 victory over Mohawk Valley Community College Saturday at MVCC. Jean Horacius finished an assist from Yasser Mourad at the 27:32 mark of the first half to tie the match at one apiece and Ahmed Mourad picked up ...

More to see and do at Lost Speedways

SARATOGA SPRINGS — From the time the Saratoga Automobile Museum opens at 10 a.m. on Nov. 24, visitors will be able to enjoy a variety of activities related to the day’s featured program, Lost Speedways 2018. Thanks to Bob James of Bobco Video, videos featuring racing legends CD ...

THINKING PINK

The Mayfield modified, junior varsity and varsity volleyball teams hosted a pink week last week. The teams combined to raise $1,700 for the Side-Out Foundation, which supports research for Breast Cancer prevention and treatment.

BENEFIT TOURNEY

A memorial softball tournament for Jeff “Duffer” Heroth recently took place at Meco Ball Park. The funds raised will benefit the Relay for Life. Pictured are Kevin Johnson (park manager) Jordan Hill (tournament director) Jamin Clemente (chair for Fulton and Montgomery County Relay for ...

TOURNAMENT CHAMPS

Joelle Bump and Grace Giarrizzo, of Johnstown, and Sydney Szcepanik, of Amsterdam, picked up their first tournament championship win at the 16-and-under level Oct. 14. Their team, the Rotterdam Reign, allowed only five runs throughout the tournament. Together, this was their 19th tournament ...

Gloversville gets past Green Tech, 22-18

GLOVERSVILLE — After being stopped in a goal-line stand late in the fourth quarter, the Gloversville Huskies dug deep and came up with the big plays they needed against Green Tech. After turning the ball over on the Green Tech 2-yard line, the Huskies Anthony Albanese broke through along ...

Johnstown notches win over Ichabod Crane

JOHNSTOWN — Although Johnstown was knocked out of the Class B playoffs, the Sir Bills continued their season as they hosted Ichabod Crane in a crossover game at Knox Field Friday night. After a back-and-forth first half, Johnstown scored three times in the fourth quarter to open the game up ...

H.S. Football Roundup: Patriots lose to Bulldogs

RICHMONDVILLE — Hunter Edwards rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries to power Cobleskill-Richmondville to a 34-14 victory over Broadalbin-Perth in a Section II Class B quarterfinal contest Friday. Edwards scored on runs of 1, 24 and 18 yards for the Bulldogs. Pat Nichols ...

Broadalbin-Perth volleyball sweeps Scotia-Glenville, 3-0

BROADALBIN — Cassy Bown registered her 700th career kill to help Broadalbin-Perth to a 3-0 victory over Scotia-Glenville in a Foothills Council volleyball match Friday. Bown finished the match with 12 kills, eight digs and four aces on senior night. The Lady Patriots won by scores of ...

AHS tennis players compete in sectionals

SCHENECTADY — Two Amsterdam singles players and two doubles teams took part in the Section II Tournament at Central Park this week. Amsterdam’s Helen Flint lost her lone singles match to Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake’s Veronica Fulgeri, who advanced to play in Monday’s semifinals. The ...

Brundage’s late goals power Wolfpack into Class D semis

GLOVERSVILLE — Facing the team that denied them a shot at the Section II Class D title last season, the Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville boys soccer team turned up the heat on a cold windy day. The Wolfpack dominated play through the first 72 minutes of play in their quarter final match ...

Panthers overpower Lions in Class C opener with 6-0 win

MAYFIELD — Heading into its playoff opener, Mayfield coach Jon Caraco didn’t need to remind his team that anything can happen in sectionals. But he did anyway. Last year, the Panthers were seeded first in the Section II Class C Tournament before being stunned by eighth-seeded Berlin, ...

Playoffs begin tonight for Patriots, Blue Devils

The postseason begins tonight for two area high school football teams. Both Broadalbin-Perth and Dolgeville will take to the road to begin the playoffs. The Patriots are scheduled to travel to Richmondville to face Reinfurt Division champion Cobleskill-Richmondville in a Section II Class B ...

Chapin’s goal gives Lady Bills 1-0 upset win over Greenville

GREENVILLE — Roslyn Chapin picked the right time to score her first varsity goal. Chapin poked home the lone goal of the match on an assist from Jenna Thompson as the 10th-seeded Johnstown Lady Bills upset No. 7 Greenville 1-0 Thursday to advance to the Class B quarterfinals to face No. 2 ...

Galway wins WAC volleyball tourney

CANAJOHARIE — Galway rallied in the championship match to defeat Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons and claim the Western Athletic Conference Tournament Championship Thursday night at Canajoharie High school. The Golden Eagles won the first game of the championship match 25-20 before dropping the ...

Ausfeld leads Rams to win over Bulldogs

AMSTERDAM — Peyton Ausfeld rushed for three touchdowns and threw for another to lead Amsterdam to a 51-20 victory in crossover football action Thursday night at the Lynch Literacy Academy. Ausfeld had touchdown runs of 5, 12 and 7 yards and threw a 65-yard touchdown pass to Caydren Graveley ...

Lady Sea Dragons top Amsterdam, 103-59

GLOVERSVILLE — Gloversville-Mayfield won 10 of 12 events on its way to a 103-59 victory over Amsterdam in a Foothills Council girls swim meet at Gloversville Middle School on Wednesday. Isabelle Willis won the 200-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle for the Lady Sea Dragons, while Mariana ...

Royal Mtn. Junior Ski Team to meet

JOHNSTOWN — The Royal Mountain Junior Ski Team will host a meeting Oct. 24 at the Johnstown Public Library. There also will be sign-ups and a parent information night at the event. Information for the year will be discussed and a tentative race schedule will be available. The meeting is ...

Booster Club to host McDonald’s Night

JOHNSTOWN – The Johnstown Puple and Gold Booster Club will host a McDonald’s Night Wednesday at the Johnstown McDonald’s from 5 to 7 p.m. All profits will benefit the Purple and Gold Booster Club.

Bowling Hall to host induction dinner

JOHNSTOWN — Roger Buckman, President of the New York State USBC, will be the guest speaker at the 40th annual Fulton County Bowling Hall of Fame induction dinner on Sunday. The event will take place at Patricia’s Restaurant. Inductees will be Kati-lyn Meher, Charles Murray and Charlie ...