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Murray's second Wimbledon win as emotional as his first

WIMBLEDON, England

Murray's second Wimbledon win as emotional as his first

A three-year drought can surely not generate the same sort of anxiety as a 77-year drought.

Sports Bulletin Board July 11-16

CAPITAL DISTRICT WRESTLING OFFICIALS ORGANIZATION  is looking for new officials for the 2016-17 season.

Hoop dreams: ‘Love and understanding’

SCHENECTADY

Hoop dreams: ‘Love and understanding’

The gym at the State Street YMCA buzzed with the sounds of jovial conversation as basketballs bounced on the floor and off backboards Saturday afternoon.

Serena wins Wimbledon title

WIMBLEDON, England

Serena wins Wimbledon title

Ties Graf with 22 Grand Slam titles.

Yankees beat Indians in 11

CLEVELAND

Yankees beat Indians in 11

McCann delivers.

Some strange statistics as baseball hits All-Star break

Some strange statistics as baseball hits All-Star break

A look at the strange and surprising stats as the Major League Baseball season approaches the All-Star break (statistics as of Friday night):

New technology finds home on golf range

Scott Hoffman, owner of Northway Golf Center, knows his business must be constantly changing in order to keep a dwindling customer base happy.

Ski center using summer to chase wintertime blues

ROTTERDAM

Ski center using summer to chase wintertime blues

Unlike the winter, the hills are alive this summer at Maple Ridge.

Serena wins Wimbledon, ties Steffi for most Grand Slams

Serena wins Wimbledon, ties Steffi for most Grand Slams

On the first point of the women’s final at Wimbledon on Saturday, Angelique Kerber ended a rally with a forehand winner down the line.

A painful loss for Mets

NEW YORK

A painful loss for Mets

Mets keep dropping; fall to Nationals 3-1.

Amsterdam Mohawks pitcher practically blind in one eye

AMSTERDAM

Amsterdam Mohawks pitcher practically blind in one eye

He was more highly touted in high school than Ian Anderson.

Summer basketball gets players ready for high school season

CLIFTON PARK

Summer basketball gets players ready for high school season

In his first two seasons on the Shenendehowa boys’ basketball varsity squad, Mike Pizziketti rarely dribbled up the court.

Serena advances to ninth Wimbledon final

WIMBLEDON, England

Serena advances to ninth Wimbledon final

When Serena Williams took the court on Thursday with Elena Vesnina for their semifinal match at Wimbledon, it was impossible not to think about Roberta Vinci.

Positive drug test knocks Jones out of UFC 200

LAS VEGAS

Positive drug test knocks Jones out of UFC 200

Jon Jones was pulled from the UFC 200 main event late Wednesday after being notified by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency that he has submitted a positive sample for a banned performance-enhancing substance.

Friesen doubles his pleasure

Friesen doubles his pleasure

You know it’s a busy week when no one returns your calls.

Union goalie Black transfers to Vermont

SCHENECTADY

Union goalie Black transfers to Vermont

Goalie Melissa Black was undoubtedly the best player on a Union College women’s hockey team that failed to win a game last season.

Federer rallies to win Wimbledon quarterfinal

WIMBLEDON, England

Federer rallies to win Wimbledon quarterfinal

At the 2014 U.S. Open, the only man standing between Roger Federer and another major final, another chance to add to his 17 Grand Slam titles, was Marin Cilic.

Flores homers twice as Mets win

NEW YORK

Flores homers twice as Mets win

The juxtaposition of the two players was inescapable Wednesday afternoon. Jose Reyes, the former star player brought back by the New York Mets despite past domestic abuse issues, tore around the bases against the Miami Marlins after two doubles, his first contributions since joining the team the day before.

ESPN executive Wildhack is new Syracuse athletic director

SYRACUSE

ESPN executive Wildhack is new Syracuse athletic director

After spending his entire professional career at ESPN, John Wildhack is returning to his alma mater.

SCHENECTADY

Union women's hockey will have some early home cooking

It’s tough to tell what game new Union College women’s hockey head coach Josh Sciba is excited about.

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