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AHS grad Fedullo helps Oswego to win

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OSWEGO — Amsterdam graduate Louis Fedullo finished with 10 points and seven rebounds to help the Oswego State men’s basketball team to a 106-67 victory over Elmira College in the opening round of the Max Ziel Tournament on Friday night.

Parslow helps Sage win tournament

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PLATTSBURGH — The Sage Colleges’ women’s basketball team captured the championship title on Saturday in the 2018 Plattsburgh State Cardinal Tournament after beating the tournament hosts, Plattsburgh State, 78-64, in the finals. With the win, Sage is now 2-0 and the Cardinals drop to ...

Sitterly honored at Oswego banquet

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OSWEGO — The Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center hosted the annual Oswego Speedway Awards Banquet and Hall of Fame on Nov. 3 where award winners and Hall of Fame Inductees were recognized. The MC for the evening was Steve Quonce of the Oswego Safety Crew. The Hall of Fame Inductees ...

SUCCESSFUL SEASON

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The Fulton-Montgomery Community College men’s soccer team finished its season with a 7-6-1 overall record. The Raiders reached the Region III playoffs for the second straight season, losing to Herkimer College, 9-0, in the semifinals. Although the end result was not what Head Coach Cory ...

Lost Speedways event scheduled for Saturday

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — From inquiries received and conversations with racing people in the region, interest in Saturday’s Saratoga Automobile Museum’s Lost Speedways program appears to be at a record level. “We’ve had great guests in the past but the addition of Albany-Saratoga Speedway ...

Area players named WAC girls soccer all-stars

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Several area players were among those selected to the recently announced Western Athletic Conference girls soccer all-star team. Mayfield’s Taryn LaFontaine shared Defensive Most Valuable Player honors with Schoharie’s Madeline Phelan. LaFontaine and Phelan also were named a first-team ...

Fo-Jo’s Gray reaches finals

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ITHACA — Fonda-Johnstown junior Alayna Gray qualified for the finals in both of her events at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Girls Swimming Championships at Ithaca College on Friday. Gray posted personal-best times in both of her events Friday. Gray posted a ...

SOCCER SENIORS

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Damian Bruce and Ryan Issa represented Gloversville in the Foothills Council-Suburban Council senior boys soccer game Monday. The teams played to a 1-1 tie.

Baisley earns honors at Herkimer

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HERKIMER — Herkimer College has announced its Green and Gold Athletes for the month of October. They are women’s soccer player Maddie Renshaw (Herkimer) and men’s cross country runner Jake Baisley, a Dolgeville graduate. Baisley, a senior, earned All-Conference and All-Region honors by ...

Royal Mountain to host snow drags

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CAROGA LAKE — Royal Mountain Ski Area and Renegade Racing will host snowmobile drag racing again this winter. The first of three events will take place Dec. 8, with the other two events are set for Jan. 26 and March 9. Registration for riders will take place from 4 to 6 p.m., with racing ...

Meet-the-coaches night planned at JHS

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JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District athletic department will host its winter meet-the-coaches night Monday at the high school at 7:15 p.m. Pictures of each of the winter teams will take place at 6:45 p.m. in the gymnasium. All varsity, junior varsity, freshman and modified ...

Lady Patriots set for state tournament

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GLENS FALLS — After making back-to-back appearances in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class C Final Four, the Broadalbin-Perth volleyball program bumped up to the Class B. Their success during the season continued until the Section II Class B championships where ...

Lady Panthers ready for state semifinals

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GLENS FALLS — In their only previous trip to the state semifinals, the Mayfield volleyball team finished third in Class D pool play in 2015. This year, the Lady Panthers are hoping to improve upon their finish after earning their second trip to the semifinals of the New York State Public ...

Gloversville’s Philo to play for Queens

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GLOVERSVILLE — With more than 40 colleges interested in having Harmony Philo joined their squads, the sharp-shooting Gloversville High School senior finalized her choice. Philo signed her National Letter of Intent Wednesday to attend and play basketball for Division II contender Queens ...

FMCC’s Port, Brody earn all-conference honors

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JOHNSTOWN — Brianna Port and Tesa Brody of the Fulton-Montgomery Community College women’s volleyball team were named to the 2018 all-Mountain Valley Conference team.  Both Port and Brody played an integral role at the outside hitter position for the Lady Raiders this ...

ALL-CONFERENCE EFFORT

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Fulton-Montgomery Community College's Ahmed Mourad recently was named to the 2018 Mountain Valley all-Conference team. Mourad was a freshman starting forward for the Raiders Soccer team and finished the season with seven goals, including three game winners and three assists.  He led his team ...

Boyle scores 15 in Cobleskill win

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ALBANY — The Sage Colleges’ men’s basketball team opened the 2018-19 season in Tuesday night losing to the Fighting Tigers of SUNY-Cobleskill in Kahl Gym, 94-83. Cobleskill is now 1-1 on the young season. Junior guard Devin Boyle, a Johnstown graduate, had 15 points for the Fighting ...

Coaches vs. Cancer event scheduled

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JOHNSTOWN — The Western Athletic Conference boys varsity basketball coaches will host their Coaches vs. Cancer Tip-Off Classic event Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the American Cancer Society. WAC Coaches vs. Cancer ...

Fort Plain to host baseball camp

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FORT PLAIN — Fort Plain High School is hosting a six-week baseball camp starting Jan. 6. Fort Plain High School 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 ...