Caswell and Carroll return to lead Bethlehem’s top line into the 2013-14 season
Will this be the year the Bethlehem hockey team finally reaches the Section II Division I finals?
Shaker’s veteran trio sets their sights on reaching Sectional finals this season
Last year’s 52-36 loss to Troy in the Section II Class AA semifinals still haunts the returning seniors on this year’s Shaker boys basketball team.
One dozen players make up the Storm for 2013-14 season
Guilderland High School’s ability to field an ice hockey team has become so tenuous, it needs two schools to partner with it to have enough skaters to barely exceed the state minimum.
Four Shaker girls lacrosse players commit to NCAA Division I programs; Colonie’s Riddick goes east
Wednesday, Nov. 20 was a busy day for Town of Colonie high school senior athletes.
Wood displeased with Fairport coach's decision in pool play
How much did one boys volleyball coach’s decision factor into Bethlehem’s failure to make the Division I finals at last Friday’s state tournament in Glens Falls?
Colonie junior plays for two hockey teams when she's not figure skating
Put a pair of skates on Mikayla Carhart, and she can do just about anything.
Shaker/Colonie hopes to challenge Saratoga and Shen again
Shaker/Colonie hockey coach Steve Hudak believes his Jets can be a factor in the Capital District High School Hockey League again this season.
Dutchmen hit crossbar twice in loss to Fairport
Guilderland wasn't ready for the speed of Matt Bischoff and the Fairport Red Raiders.
Blackbirds fail to get out of pool play as they say good-bye to senior class
The end of the road came a little too soon for the four seniors on Voorheesville's girls volleyball team.
Five lacrosse players and a softball player declare their collegiate plans
Six Guilderland seniors signed their national letters of intent at an official ceremony Thursday at the high school.
Connelly scores overtime winner off O'Brien's free kick
It's reaching the point where opponents will have to avoid fouling Guilderland or allowing corner kicks because sooner or later, Connor O'Brien will find a way to make them pay.
Eagles take six out of seven sets to advance past Oswego and Suffern in regionals
The Bethlehem boys volleyball team is heading back to Glens Falls.
CBA senior drops out of top 20 after being near the lead
Justin Van Epps' right hamstring gave way at the worst possible time. The Christian Brothers Academy senior was in contention for a state cross country title when he felt his hamstring give way at the 2-mile mark.
Bethlehem senior out-leans Aidan Tooker at finish line
Stephen Booker got what he wanted. The Bethlehem senior nipped Saratoga Springs' Aidan Tooker at the finish line to place fifth in the boys Class A race at Saturday's New York State Public High School Athletic Association Cross Country Championships at Queensbury High School.
Christian Brothers Academy defeated Shaker 13-8 in Friday's Section II Class AA football championship game at the University at Albany's Bob Ford Field behind a stellar defensive effort in the second half.
Last-second stand seals Brothers' win over Shaker
A combination of timely defense and critical penalties gave Christian Brothers Acadmey its first Section II Class AA football title in seven years.
Senior's three-point night lifts Dutchmen past Albany in final
Kledis Capollari was a young man of mixed emotions Monday night. On the one hand, he was happy to help Guilderland win its first Section II Class AA boys soccer title in five years. On the other hand, it came against an Albany team he had a close connection to.
Brothers come up big to advance to Class AA finals
Friday's Guilderland-Christian Brothers Academy football game wasn't a carbon copy of their regular season meeting three weeks ago, but the theme was similar.
Defending champs fall in Class AA quarterfinals
The Bethlehem boys soccer team knew it was in for a tough game against Big 10 champion Albany in Saturday’s Section II Class AA quarterfinal game. What the Eagles didn’t expect was to come out on the losing end.
Guilderland escapes Colonie with three-point quarterfinal victory
Just when Colonie thought it had Guilderland on the ropes, the Dutchmen slithered free.
Junior quarterback rushes for 155 yards in Sectional quarterfinal win
Whenever the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk football team needed a big play, David Warnken made it.
Blackbirds clinch Class C playoff berth by beating Coxsackie-Athens
The Voorheesville football team is in the Section II Class C playoffs thanks to its defense.
A pair of Chris Schmid goals helped the Shenendehowa boys soccer team beat Shaker 2-0 on Thursday, Oct. 17.
Two early touchdowns help Shaker win Colonie Cup
The Colonie Cup and the Liberty Division title reside in Latham again. The Shaker football team scored two touchdowns in the first four minutes and pulled away for a 49-6 victory over crosstown rival Colonie Friday.
Brothers sack Gallo seven times in victory over Guilderland
By doing something no one else had managed to do all season, the Christian Brothers Academy football team accomplished something it hadn’t done since classification play began in Section II.
Lansing adds to her Grout Run trophy case; Van Epps wins boys race
Maryanna Lansing did it again. The Shaker sophomore held off a late charge from Queensbury’s Megan Kellogg to win her third straight Grout Run title Saturday at Schenectady’s Central Park.
Bethlehem places second in the boys and girls standings at Schenectady race
Stephen Booker won his first cross country invitational title at last year’s Grout Run in Schenectady. Now, the Bethlehem senior can claim he’s a repeat champion at an invitational.
Rodriguez leads Schenectady past Colonie in critical Liberty Division showdown
The Colonie football team’s dream of winning the Liberty Division title may have come to an end.
Guilderland opens up four-point lead over Bethlehem in South Division race
Guilderland boys soccer coach Mike Kinnally isn’t ready to declare his team the champions of the Suburban Council South Division just yet, but he likes the position the Dutchmen are in.
Colonie ends three-game skid with goal outburst against Columbia
Colonie boys soccer coach Mike Trimarchi readily admitted that his team is no longer concerned about winning the Suburban Council South Division title.
Three evenings with paranormal society will be added to this year’s program
The Original Albany Ghost Tour isn’t just about telling spooky stories. It’s about giving people a different look at the history of New York state’s capital city.
Bethlehem boys beat Niskayuna and Saratoga following OT loss to Ballston Spa
A rare Suburban Council loss riled up the Bethlehem boys soccer team last week.
Winchester wins Super Senior division title at state amateur tournament
Earl Winchester practically grew up on the Normanside Country Club golf course.
Shaker boys soccer is off to a 4-1 start under Fountain
A split-second decision has turned into a superstition for Shaker boys soccer coach Dan Fountain.
Colonie scores 22 points in fourth quarter to beat East Syracuse-Minoa
When the Colonie football team found itself trailing East Syracuse-Minoa 13-0 at halftime, it didn’t panic.
Three running backs contribute to Brothers' opening night victory
CBA kept coming with running back after running back on its way to a 32-13 victory over Empire Division rival Bethlehem.
Led by Gallo, Guilderland aims for Empire Division title
Could this be the year the Guilderland football team has waited for?
Colonie wants Liberty Division title Shaker won last year
The Colonie football team wants at least one thing crosstown rival Shaker had last year — the Liberty Division championship.
Guilderland faces tough Suburban Council field beginning with Bethlehem
Winning the Section II Class AA girls soccer title was a challenge for Guilderland. Repeating the feat will be another challenge.
Getting more Colonie girls to play soccer year-round part of Southworth’s plan
When you’re trying to build a program from the ground up, success is measured in incremental steps.
Blue Bison will rely on newcomers for 2013 football season
The Shaker football team opened training camp for the 2013 season with holes to fill on both sides of the ball.
Bethlehem soccer teams take to the field for first day of practice
The Bethlehem boys soccer team’s Section II Class AA title defense officially began Monday with the first day of practice.
Bob Ford Field upgrades UAlbany’s football and soccer programs
Workers are in the midst of placing the final touches on Bob Ford Field, the new home of the University at Albany’s football and soccer teams.
Colonie Central High School graduate takes the reins at the University at Albany
Caitlin Colfer is making the leap from the NCAA Division III to the Division I level.
A new stadium comes with move to a new conference
A new era in University at Albany football history began with Monday’s first practice.
Anthony Marks’ 10th-inning single gives the Albany Dutchmen their first home playoff win
The Albany Dutchmen’s season ended Sunday, but not before they made some franchise history.
All-time hits leader visits Guilderland while another PED scandal rocks MLB
Pete Rose has a simple message for any Major League Baseball player who uses steroids.
Three out of 146 golfers finish under par at Schuyler Meadows
Victor Fox had the New York State Men's Amateur Golf title in his sights Thursday, but it slipped away on the final hole.
Delmar native shoots 4-under-par 68
A couple extra hours of sleep put Victor Fox in the right frame of mind. The Bethlehem Central High School graduate shot a 4-under-par 68 to take the lead on the first day of the New York State Men's Amateur Golf Championships Tuesday at Schuyler Meadows Club.
Vintage game brings baseball back to its 19th century roots
Jeff “Kentucky Kid” Jones sat on the Bethlehem Braves bench with a soaked towel over his head, trying to cool off after pitching the top of the fifth inning against the New York Mutuals.