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Boys Basketball Roundup: Schoharie rolls past Mayfield

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MAYFIELD — John Blackwood scored 25 points to lead Schoharie to a 64-42 victory over Mayfield in a Western Athletic Conference boys basketball game Monday at Mayfield High School. The Indians led 31-12 at the half on their way to the win. Fletcher Griffin and Quin Barton each scored 11 ...

Lady Bills fourth at Stillwater Invitational

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GREENWICH — The Johnstown girls alpine ski team placed fourth at the Stillwater Invitational at Willard Mountain on Monday. Ballston Spa won the team title with 20 points, Shenendehowa was second with 32 points and Saratoga Springs was third with 34 points. Johnstown was fourth with 40 ...

Dolgeville volleyball earns third seed

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DOLGEVILLE — The Dolgeville volleyball team earned the third seed for the Section III Class C Tournament on Monday. The Blue Devils, who posted a 14-3 overall record, will face either No. 6 seed Little Falls (13-5 overall) or No. 11 seed Westmoreland (8-10 overall) in the quarterfinals ...

FMCC Roundup: Raiders top Clinton, 72-62

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PLATTSBURGH — Javan Johns scored 25 points and grabbed 30 rebounds. to lead Fulton-Montgomery Community College to a 72-62 victory over Clinton Community College in a Mountain Valley Conference men’s basketball game Sunday. Ashton Pardie had 17 points, eight rebounds, four assists and ...

Dolgeville boys, girls fifth at CSC Championships

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UTICA — The Dolgeville boys and girls indoor track teams both finished fifth Friday at the Center State Conference Division II Championships at Utica College’s Hutton Dome. West Canada Valley won the boys team title with a 221 points. Remsen/Old Forge was second with 59 points and ...

Sea Dragons lose to Queensbury, 103-79

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GLOVERSVILLE — Queensbury won nine of 12 events on its way to a 103-79 victory over Gloversville-Mayfield in a Foothills Council boys swim meet at Gloversville Middle School on Thursday. T.J. Bearor won the 200-yard freestyle and 100-yard backstroke for the Spartans, while Nick Brown won ...

Galway to celebrate women in sports

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GALWAY — Galway Central School District will join entities across the nation to celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day on Thursday. From 1-2:15 p.m., girls in grades three to eight will hear from head field hockey coach of Wesleyan University Christine Kemp, who will share stories ...

Cotter, Kruggel lead Johnstown to strong finish

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CAROGA LAKE — The Johnstown Alpine ski teams turned in strong performances at the annual Johnstown Invitational Saturday at the Royal Mountain Ski Center. The Lady Bills won the first run team title and placed third in the second run team score, while the Sir Bills placed second in both runs ...

Patriots finish second at Foothills Championships

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ALBANY — The Broadalbin-Perth boys finished second in the team standings at the Foothills Council indoor track and field championships Sunday at U-Albany. The Patriots finished second to Scotia-Glenville 137-128, while Amsterdam finished third with 73 points and Gloversville was seventh ...

Blue Devils win CSC wrestling title

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COOPERSTOWN — Jordan Null and Ethan Randall won individual championships to lead Dolgeville-Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville to victory at the Center State Conference wrestling tournament Saturday at Cooperstown High School. The Blue Devils edged Mount Markham 158 1/2-155 to win the CSC ...

Northville tops Fort Ann at Sunmark Shootout

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GLENS FALLS — The Northville Falcons got a 21-point, 15 rebound performance from Jason Ellsworth top defeat Fort Ann 43-35 in the Sunmark Shootout Saturday at the Cool Insuring Arena. Northville got 10-points apiece from Wyatt Sira and Jacob Frank and two from Levi Morgan in the non-league ...

MAKING HIS CHOICE

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Amsterdam's Peyton Ausfeld signs his letter of intent to play football for the Division II Assumption Greyhounds next season. Looking on are Art and Melissa Ausfeld along with Amsterdam varsity football coach Doug Edick and the Rams coaching staff. Ausfeld plans to major in Health Science.

Mount Markham wins The Finale

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DOLGEVILLE — Mount Markham turned in a 10-0 performance in the round robin competition to win The Finale volleyball tournament Saturday at Dolgeville High School. The Mustang’s Stephanie Burke was selected as the tournament’s Most Valuable Player, while teammates Lauren Jones and Jordan ...

FMCC bowlers fourth at match

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UTICA — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College Raiders traveled to Utica on Friday to compete in their second set of conference matches and finished fourth in both matches. In the first match against Herkimer, newcomer Brendan McGillin of Amsterdam lead all Raiders with a three game series ...

Lady Braves rout Berne-Knox-Westerlo

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FONDA — The Fonda-Fultonville Lady Braves played host to the Berne-Knox-Westerlo Bulldogs Friday night in a clash between division leaders in the Western Athletic Conference. After trailing early, the Lady Braves got on track and rolled to a 59-34 victory to stay unbeaten in league ...

FMCC women lose to SUNY Sullivan

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LOCH SHELDRAKE — Infinity Hammonds scored 26 points to lead SUNY Sullivan to a 100-67 victory over Fulton-Montgomery Community College in a women’s college basketball game Thursday. The Generals led 31-10 after one quarter on their way to the win. Aniyah Calderon finished with 14 points ...

Hall of Fame seeking candidates

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The Greater Capital Region Track, Field and Cross Country Hall of Fame, already sporting an impressive list of Olympians, state and national champions and long-time record holders, is now accepting nominations for its third class of inductees. Eligible candidates include track and cross ...

UPSTATE N.Y. SPORTS LORE: Salerno part of Adirondack sports lore

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In the 1950s, Adirondack baseball was put on the map when 23-year-old Mineville native Johnny Podres beat the New York Yankees in Game 7 of the 1955 World Series. Podres hurled a 2-0 shutout against the perennial World Champions and was named the World Series Most Valuable Player. From ...

Johnstown boys lose to Schuylerville, 72-58

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JOHNSTOWN — Jacob Vanderhoof finished with 18 points to lead Schuylerville to a 72-58 victory over Johnstown in a Foothills Council boys basketball game Friday at Johnstown High School. The Black Horses outscored the Sir Bills in every quarter on their way to the win. Alex Vallee scores 14 ...

Wilson nets 18 in Lady Bills victory

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SCHUYLERVILLE — Johnstown picked up its second straight Foothills Council victory with a 60-32 victory over Schuylerville Thursday night at Schuylerville High School. Jaden Wilson led the Lady Bills with 18 points, while Anna Lee had 12 points, and Jayden Chest finished with ...