CARS HOMES JOBS
 
ENDWELL

Shen loses in championship game

Sunday, June 15, 2014
The game ended the same way a couple late Plainsmen scoring threats ended, with an easy fly ball landing in an outfielder’s glove. Shenendehowa reached the Class AA state championship game Saturday with a gutty performance on the mound earlier in the day from Bryan Warzek, and then the Plainsmen fell to Section V champion Victor, 3-0, as starting pitcher Dale Wickham kept the Plainsmen just off balance at Maine-Endwell High School’s Gary Crooks Field.
 
State Baseball: Musk hurls Sabres to crown
VESTAL

State Baseball: Musk hurls Sabres to crown

Sunday, June 15, 2014
Greg Musk had one last jam to escape. “I got a little nervous, but I know I have great defense,” Schalmont’s senior lefty said of the seventh-inning threat he faced in Saturday’s state Class B championship game at Binghamton University. “I had them to back me up, and they did their job.”
 

Baseball: Pitching depth could give Plainsmen an edge

Saturday, June 14, 2014
Make an error, make the next play. Miss location on a pitch, execute the next one. Ground out, get ready for the next at-bat.
That’s the Shenendehowa baseball way, and that stay-positive, move-forward approach has helped the Plainsmen get back to the state final four for the first time in nearly two decades.
 

Softball: Raiders dreaming of a parade

Friday, June 13, 2014
It’s their turn.
After growing up idolizing state championship teams and witnessing the reception they got, the current Mechanicville softball team wants in on that tradition. The Lady Raiders get their chance Saturday, when they play Section III champ Solvay in an 11:30 a.m. Class B semifinal at Moreau State Park.
 

High school notes: Johnston shooting for 20-foot jump

Friday, June 13, 2014
Record-setting long jumper Nastasja Johnston will be among a large Section II contingent at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals today through Sunday at North Carolina A&T University’s Aggie Stadium.
 

Baseball: Sabres have goal in sight

Friday, June 13, 2014
Bob Anderson broke down Schalmont’s fantastic season into simple terms.
“We pitch. We play defense. We score enough runs,” said the veteran baseball coach. “That’s been our style all year.”
 
'Glorious league' dissolves

'Glorious league' dissolves

Wednesday, June 11, 2014
The Big 10 Athletic Conference will no longer be a part of the Section II landscape beginning July 1 following a vote by its athletic council.
 

Options open up for smaller schools in Big 10

Wednesday, June 11, 2014
As with any breakup, the formal disolution of the Big 10 Athletic Conference, while not unexpected, still has left some issues unresolved.
The most immediate problem — scheduling games — has been largely settled. The fall and winter league schedules have already been completed, and, for the most part, will be contested, but as non-league games.
 

Big Ten Athletic Conference disbanding

Monday, June 9, 2014
The Big Ten Athletic Conference is disbanding effective July 1.
 
CICERO

State track: Brown saves his best for last

Sunday, June 8, 2014
Wins 400, anchors 400 relay victory.
 

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.
 
 

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