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UAlbany women rally to win 7th straight Albany Cup

ALBANY

UAlbany women rally to win 7th straight Albany Cup

Opposing coaches played an old fashioned game of “Chicken” during the women’s basketball version of the annual Albany Cup.

Shenendehowa gets its hockey coach back

CLIFTON PARK

Shenendehowa gets its hockey coach back

When preseason practices start today for high school winter sports teams throughout the Capital Region, the Shenendehowa hockey program will have its veteran leader back at the helm.

Holy Trinity plays in donated gear after fire

SCHAGHTICOKE

Holy Trinity plays in donated gear after fire

‘Playing was a victory in itself ’

Scratch Challenge won't be an easy test

The first official major tournament in the Capital Region is meant to test all aspects of a scratch bowler’s game.

Schalmont football isn't rattled

ROTTERDAM

Schalmont football isn't rattled

Schalmont’s football team was trailing at the half last Friday in a game it needed for a lot of reasons.

Griffin goes from from golf hacker to team anchor

SCHENECTADY

Griffin goes from from golf hacker to team anchor

Schenectady senior picked up sport a year ago

U.S. captures Ryder Cup

CHASKA, Minn.

U.S. captures Ryder Cup

The United States clinched the 41st Ryder Cup on Sunday at Hazeltine National Golf Club when Ryan Moore, the last man named to the team, won his singles match with his European opponent, Lee Westwood, by 1-up to give the Americans 15 points.

U.S. halts European surge, regains momentum in Ryder Cup

CHASKA, Minn.

U.S. halts European surge, regains momentum in Ryder Cup

Hope not to repeat collapse of 2012

Arnold Palmer, the magnetic face of golf in the ’60s, dies at 87

Arnold Palmer, the magnetic face of golf in the ’60s, dies at 87

Arnold Palmer, the champion golfer whose full-bore style of play, dramatic tournament victories and magnetic personality inspired an American golf boom, has died, a close friend said on Sunday. Palmer was 87.

A look back at the top-10 golf stories

A look back at the top-10 golf stories

Autumn officially began this week, and that signals the final stretch of the golf season.

Gifford, Stoffer qualify for USGA 4-Ball Championship

Gifford, Stoffer qualify for USGA 4-Ball Championship

Both Jim Gifford and Chad Stoffer have been around the block a few times when it comes to stellar golf accomplishments.

Shen, Nisky golf show promise (Updated)

CLIFTON PARK

Shen, Nisky golf show promise (Updated)

Bethlehem wins Suburban title

Wentraub gets an albatross

Wentraub gets an albatross

Jay Wentraub didn’t believe his buddies when they told him the ball dropped into the cup.

Age isn't a factor for Russo

Age isn't a factor for Russo

Golf is a game for a lifetime. It’s one of the few sports where excellence can be maintained — even at its pinnacle — over several decades.

Ex-UAlbany SID DePasquale enjoying time at USGA

Ex-UAlbany SID DePasquale enjoying time at USGA

For 17 years, I knew Brian DePasquale as perhaps the hardest working college sports information director in a business full of talented workaholics.

SARATOGA SPRINGS

It was a rough one for Franco, Lull

The Bolton Landing turned into a rough landing for jockey Manny Franco and his mount Lull, the 6-5 favorite, at Saratoga Race Course on Wednesday.

Martin is the king of holes-in-one

Martin is the king of holes-in-one

Holes-in-one are every duffer’s dream shot.

NISKAYUNA

Gifford ties for fourth at state golf amateur

Streak of no local winning continues

Capital Region golfers hope to break NYS Men's Amateur Championship drought

Capital Region golfers hope to break NYS Men's Amateur Championship drought

It’s been 30 years since a Capital Region player won the New York State Men’s Amateur Golf Championship, and even some home cooking hasn’t helped reverse that trend in recent years.

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