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Horses almost missed their dream date

Scotia-Glenville's Joe Cremo, is fouled by Amsterdam's Kory Bergh at the Section II Class A Semi Final game at the Civic Center in Glens Falls Thursday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Scotia-Glenville's Joe Cremo, is fouled by Amsterdam's Kory Bergh at the Section II Class A Semi Final game at the Civic Center in Glens Falls Thursday.
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Scotia-Glenville and Troy will meet for the Section II Class A basketball championship tonight. It’s a game that’s been anticipated and talked about for months. It’s a game that almost didn’t happen. “We found a way to stick to it,” Troy coach Rich Hurley said after his Flying Horses escaped Gloversville’s upset bid Thursday night. “We’re here. We’re surviving, and I think we have a chance in the next one.” Gloversville erased all of a ...


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