Greenberg reaches podium twice in boys triple jump at state championships
Bethlehem’s Grace Smith capped her high school outdoor track and field season by winning the state and Federation titles in the girls high jump at the New York State Championships June 6 and 7 at Cicero-North Syracuse High School.
Warriors score eight runs over the final three innings
The Bethlehem softball team couldn’t close out Section III champion Liverpool.
Senior scores game winner in final minute to defeat Guilderland
Julia Lennon saw a small opening, and she took advantage of it.
Sports poll: Do you think the New York state Legislature should approve mixed martial arts as a sport?
This poll question originally appeared in the May 21 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Blue Bison meet Lady Dutch in the Class A championship for third straight year
Two years ago, the Shaker girls lacrosse team edged Guilderland 9-8 for its first Section II Class A title.
Lady Dutch meet Shaker in the Class A championship for third straight year
The Guilderland girls lacrosse team is back in the Section II Class A finals.
Jake Johnson wins the Eddy Meet seeded mile, while Jordan Johnson wins the two mile
Jordan and Jake Johnson made their last Eddy Meet together special.
Greenberg, Bickmore win individual titles at Eddy Meet
Bethlehem’s Brian Greenberg and Guilderland’s Harrison Bickmore warmed up for Tuesday’s Section II Division I track and field championships by winning their specialty events at the Eddy Meet Saturday, May 17, at Schenectady High School.
Dutchmen edge Niskayuna for third team championship in four years
Coach Curtis Snyder isn’t ready to call his Guilderland boys tennis team a dynasty yet, but three Section II Class AA team titles in the last four years certainly makes a strong case for it.
This sports poll question appears in the May 14 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Brad Bolen (25) & Tony Sangimino (23) from the Jason Morris Judo Center (JMJC) in Glenville claimed United States Senior National Judo titles after winning their respective divisions at the Grand Sierra Resort & Casino May 3 and 4.
This sports poll question appears in the May 7 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Program is a joint venture between NYSPHSAA and Special Olympics NY
Guilderland and Colonie Central high schools are part of a pilot sports program that, if successful, will allow athletes with and without developmental difficulties across New York to compete on the same team.
Eight Colonie student-athletes announce their college choices
Eight Colonie Central High School athletes signed their National Letters of Intent at a ceremony on Thursday, April 24.
This sports poll question appears in the April 30 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
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