Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake’s most successful boys’ lacrosse season ended Wednesday with a 16-9 Class B sub-regional loss to Yorktown on the Cornhuskers’ field.
Every time Shenendehowa built a lead, Niskayuna fought back. That’s what state lacrosse champions do.
Section II’s top outdoor track and field stars will descend upon Shenendehowa later this week to earn spots representing the area at the June 10-11 state championships in Cicero.
The Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake varsity lacrosse team’s 10th anniversary season was already special in a lot of ways.
On the first day of tryouts, Ballston Spa softball coach Amanda Fifield gathered her players to tell them her plan for the season.
A base hit and the Indians are certainly back in it, and maybe even on their way back to the state tournament they won the last two years.
Jessica Corrozzi didn’t win any individual events, but her versatility helped Cobleskill-Richmondville win the Section II Group 3 girls’ title Thursday night at Schuylerville High School.
Matt Stucchi already had a big game going, then it got so much better.
As she delivered her final pitch, Ballston Spa senior Ashlyn Kersch had to fight to keep her composure.
Ian Anderson gave up five more hits and registered seven fewer strikeouts in Thursday’s Section II Class AA baseball championship game than he did a year ago on this stage.
Those who showed up at Thursday’s Board of Education meeting to express public support or condemnation for the Saratoga Springs’ embattled varsity girls’ soccer coach Adrienne Dannehy had to do so behind closed doors.
It was an imperfect game from a perfect team, but it was more than good enough.
In one dugout, there’s reigning Section II Class AA softball champion Shenendehowa, which is making its 16th appearance in an area title game and seeking its 11th championship.
Lucas Quinn was overqualified for his role a year ago in the Niskayuna boys’ lacrosse team’s attack.
Sixth-seeded Schalmont took top-seeded Saratoga Central Catholic out of its comfort zone early and often.
From an effort standpoint, the girls’ lacrosse teams from Guilderland and Shenendehowa both deserved 10s after their fierce and physical Section II Class A semifinal game Wednesday.
Little separates Christian Brothers Academy and Shenendehowa heading into tonight’s Section II Class AA baseball championship game.
Kevon Boucaud of Amsterdam won the 100, 200 and 400 and placed second in the long jump at the Section II Group 2 championship meet Wednesday at Knox Field.
Michael Haelen of Albany Academy defeated Alex Federov of Guilderland 7-5, 7-6 (7-4) in the singles final of the Section II individual tournament Wednesday at Shenendehowa High School.
Morgan Skpowski allowed just one run and five hits over seven innings to lead Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake to a 4-1 Section II Class A semifinal win Tuesday over Averill Park.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Named one of the 20 best players in WNBA history