Full slate of games
To play first home night game
New lineup means adjustments
Wednesday's high school roundup
For Ballston Spa, which graduated 23 players from last year’s state runner-up squad, even the smallest of things are going to take time to get down pat this season.
Ryan Stewart scored twice for Niskayuna, which topped Mohonasen 4-0 in a Suburban Council boys’ soccer game Tuesday.
First week of Saturday high school football.
Slapping hands with a pair of his teammates after his team’s final score Friday night, a smile played on Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake senior lineman Jake Warren’s reddened face.
It was just like old times for the Troy football team. Let’s say six years.
It's opening night of the high school football season.
It will be business as usual, sort of, when Schenectady hosts Albany in a Week 4 Class AA football game.
He’s the latest star Stanavich, and likely not the last one.
Colleen Goodspeed believes this is the year the back and forth between the Niskayuna and Shenendehowa swimming and diving programs comes to an end.
Fresh out of SUNY Cortland, John Coletta was offered a job teaching physical education at his old high school. It came with a catch.
Could compete in the Suburban Council
From Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake volleyball to other teams and individuals who have racked up impressive consecutive wins
Schalmon freshman Davia Rossi planned to wear number 10 for this year’s soccer season.
Schalmont football players are wearing T-shirts this fall with the words “All In” written on the back in big green letters. The meaning is two-fold.
Some have already made a mark
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.
Davia Rossi scored the goal last fall that ended the Schuylerville girls’ soccer team’s season in the Section II Class B semifinals.