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Scotia's Jack No. 1 seed at states

Friday, Nov. 21, 2014
Section II record-setter Olivia Jack of Scotia-Glenville is the top seed for the 100-yard breaststroke heading into the state swimming and diving championships scheduled for today and Saturday at Ithaca College.
 
Title slips away from Spartans
GLENS FALLS

Title slips away from Spartans

Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake took the first set and rallied to make the second one close in its rematch Sunday with fellow volleyball heavyweight Pittsford Sutherland before the Knights prevailed in a thrilling Class A final at the Glens Falls Civic Center.
 
Volleyball: BH-BL earns shot at crown
GLENS FALLS

Volleyball: BH-BL earns shot at crown

Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake girls’ volleyball coach Gary Bynon wiped his head, let out a deep breath and smiled.
That meant it was a good day for him and the Lady Spartans in the NYSPHSAA girls’ volleyball tournament Saturday at the Glens Falls Civic Center. That’s because they will be back here today to play for a Class A state title.
 
WAPPINGERS FALLS

Saratoga girls win Federation cross country title

Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014
Different venue, same result.
The Saratoga Springs and Shenendehowa girls’ cross country teams renewed their Suburban Council rivalry Saturday in the New York State Federation Championships at Bowdoin Park, and the Blue Streaks again came out on top.
 
KINGSTON

Football: Plainsmen give total effort

Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014
Shenendehowa gave up a long touchdown run and fumbled the football away twice in the early stages of Saturday night’s state Class AA regional game with John Jay-East Fishkill.
“When we got down, that football game could have swung in their favor, big-time,” Plainsmen coach Brian Clawson said after his team’s 27-20 victory at Dietz Stadium. “We had a slow start, but we recovered.”
 
MIDDLETOWN

Boys' soccer: Shen stymied by Commack goalie

Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014
All day Saturday, it seemed it was just a matter of time until Shenendehowa broke through.
Time, though, rolled into overtime at Middletown High School with the Plainsmen still looking for a way around 6-foot-3 Commack goalie Ryan Sinnott. Two minutes into the extra session, he made two saves in the span of a few seconds to serve notice he didn’t plan on getting beaten.
 
CORTLAND

Girls' soccer: Indians suffer frigid ending

Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014
Schoharie’s bid for a girls’ state soccer title was put on ice Saturday night by Lansing.
 
GLENS FALLS

State girls' volleyball: BH-BL 2-2; Shen 1-3

Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014
Round-robin play
 
Sabres deliver knockout punch
CLIFTON PARK

Sabres deliver knockout punch

Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014
After trading first-quarter touchdowns with Peru in Friday night’s Class B regional football game, Schalmont collectively said enough is enough.
Nick Gallo ran for two scores and passed for another in a breakaway second quarter that included interceptions by Zac O’Dell early and Devin Higgins late, and the Sabres soared to a 60-20 victory at Shenendehowa’s Steuerwald Stadium.
 

Football: Plainsmen ready to write next chapter

Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014
Shenendehowa football coach Brian Clawson gave his Section II championship team a rare Sunday off. Their Sunday was Monday, with a look at film, some lifting and even a visit from former coach Brent Steuerwald, who had several Plainsmen teams in this same spot.
 

Schalmont football beats Peru, 60-20, in regional finals

Friday, Nov. 14, 2014
The Sabres earn another trip to the state semifinals with an easy win over Section VII champ Peru.
 
Sabres aren't overlooking Peru

Sabres aren't overlooking Peru

Friday, Nov. 14, 2014
The Schalmont football team isn’t concerned about asthetics at this stage of the season. The focus is on advancing, be it ugly, pretty or somewhere in between, and getting another state title shot.
“I don’t care if we win by one point or 40 points,” Sabres coach Joe Whipple said. “We want to keep playing.”
 

Girls' soccer: Lady Indians aren't straying from routine

Friday, Nov. 14, 2014
They’ve gained near-celebrity status, but the Schoharie girls’ soccer team has not let the attention, or their success, go to their heads.
 

High school notes: Blue Streaks face big hurdle

Friday, Nov. 14, 2014
Saratoga Springs will make its third state field hockey final-four appearance Saturday morning against Mamaroneck at Maine-Endwell High School.
 
Volleyball: BH-BL girls headed back to Glens Falls

Volleyball: BH-BL girls headed back to Glens Falls

Friday, Nov. 14, 2014
No matter how many miles they log during the season, the road always seems to end in Glens Falls for the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake girls’ volleyball players.
 
 

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