GUILDERLAND — The Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake girls volleyball team remained undefeated with a 3-0 Suburban Council victory over Guilderland Tuesday, Sept. 13.
The Lady Dutch (2-4) made things difficult for the Lady Spartans (4-0), though. Strong defense on Guilderland’s part kept the scores close in every game, with BH-BL ultimately winning 25-18, 25-18 and 25-21.
Hannah Shell had five kills, five aces and 16 digs for BH-BL, which hasn’t lost a Suburban Council match since 1990. Avery Pollard contributed 26 assists and three aces.
Katelyn McDonough led Guilderland’s defensive effort with 41 digs. Kate Johnston had 27 digs, along with five kills, 10 service points and two aces, while CaraMia Reutter added 20 digs and seven kills.
Today, seven names were added to the EMS Memorial to honor those EMS professionals who lost their lives in the line of duty. Thank you to EMS professionals across the state who work hard for the people of New York every day. 🇺🇸🚑 ... See MoreSee Less
We already have the program in place. It’s called the Navigator app.
It would definitely help for out-of-towners (like myself)
One problem is not everyone owns a smartphone and the elderly don't know how to use them. How many people use the Navigator card? One problem with CDTA is that it needs to get more people to befriend CDTA on Twitter and Facebook. CDTA has 7375 following them on Facebook while it has 3,030 on twitter while SUNY Albany has 17,373 students and HVCC has 11,640 students. The are 19 colleges and 7 hospitals in the Capital District which means having 10405 following you on either Facebook and Twitter that means if you go by the numbers that means you have only 416 in each college and hospital following you, those are not good numbers.
This morning we announced a special promotion for all of our residents! Refer a friend, family member, or colleague to The Spinney at Van Dyke for a $500 credit towards your ledger at The Spinney. Referrals are unlimited for all Spinney at Van Dyke residents. Stop into the Leasing Office to learn more about the program while it lasts! ... See MoreSee Less