CARS HOMES JOBS
 

High schools: Sabres crush OFA in final

Sunday, June 8, 2014
Reaches semifinals
 
TROY

Regional baseball: Plainsmen capture regional crown

Sunday, June 8, 2014
Top-ranked team in state.
 
CICERO

State track: Brown wins second straight 400M title

Saturday, June 7, 2014
Junior sprinter Izaiah Brown of Amsterdam captured his second consecutive Division 1 400 meter title, and Stillwater sophomore jumper Leah Moran was a double winner in the girls’ Division 2 long jump and triple jump to pace six Section II championship performances at the New York State Track and Field Championships Friday at Cicero-North Syracuse High School.
 
Errors hurt young Wolves
AMSTERDAM

Errors hurt young Wolves

Saturday, June 7, 2014
The youngest of Section II’s five state tournament baseball teams showed its age for the first time in quite a while Friday.
 
CORTLAND

Lacrosse: Loss doesn't discourage BH-BL girls

Saturday, June 7, 2014
That’s what defense looks like in the state semifinals.
It was a hard way to learn the lesson, but the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake girls’ lacrosse team took it in stride in their 9-3 loss to Section VIII’s Manhasset, chalking it up to a learning experience and one more building block for the program.
 
MALTA

Softball: Bethlehem wastes 7-0 lead, loses in eighth

Saturday, June 7, 2014
Bethlehem was all but through to the state semifinals Friday.
But everything the Lady Eagles did right in the first 4 1⁄2 innings went for nothing as Section III champ Liverpool got off the deck and rallied for an 8-7, eight-inning win in a Class AA regional championship game at Malta Rec.
 
MALTA

Softball: Alonzo stymies Saranac

Friday, June 6, 2014
A solid seven innings from pitcher Kirstyn Alonzo and one big inning from her teammates were more than enough for Mechanicville in Thursday’s Class B regional softball semifinal at Malta Rec.
 

Baseball: No. 1 Sabres waiting for an opponent

Friday, June 6, 2014
Schalmont is playing a game of wait and see. It’s an enviable position for a baseball team seeking its first state final four berth.
 

Track: Flower has blossomed quickly

Friday, June 6, 2014
Julia Flower provided Section II with a highlight performance last month when she exploded off the line and ran away to a victory at the William F. Eddy Jr. Memorial Track and Field Meet.
The Schalmont High School sophomore clocked a 4:32.09 for 1,500 meters that day. The year before, on the same weekend of the Eddy Meet, she ran a 5:10.7 at that distance at Fonda-Fultonville’s Frosh-Soph Meet.
 

Lacrosse: Spartans face Manhasset in semifinals

Thursday, June 5, 2014
Three years ago, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake finished with double-digit victories for the first time. On Friday, the Spartans will play for a spot in the state Class B girls’ lacrosse championship game.
 
MECHANICVILLE

Raiders have become versatile team

Thursday, June 5, 2014
Some words of advice for any team playing Mechanicville from this point on in the state softball tournament: Disregard anything you might have learned about the Lady Raiders last season.
 
Chiefs overwhelm Niskayuna
HEMPSTEAD

Chiefs overwhelm Niskayuna

Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Even when Massapequa didn’t score on its initial rush, after slowing down to play the possession game, the Chiefs didn’t take long to find a scoring opportunity.
 

Nisky lacrosse defeated, 23-9

Wednesday, June 4, 2014
In state lacrosse action this afternoon, Massapequa defeated Niskayuna, 23-9.
 
Boys' state lacrosse: Warriors like their chances

Boys' state lacrosse: Warriors like their chances

Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Niskayuna lacrosse coach Mike Vorgang has some stories to tell his once-beaten Silver Warriors. One centers around his 2005 team that made it to the state championship game. The other is about his 2009 edition that made it back. Those inspirational tales will likely be relayed sometime during today’s long bus trip to Hofstra University, or maybe in the lead-up to the Silver Warriors’ Class A semifinal with Massapequa.
 
Patriots' Schnepf earns All-America honor

Patriots' Schnepf earns All-America honor

Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Performance isn’t always measured by wins and losses. Just look at James Schnepf, Schenectady High School’s newest All-American.
 
 

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