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Queensbury held off Burnt Hills in one game last season and rallied late for a victory in another. The televised rematch Friday night was devoid of such drama. “How we dominated, that was a little bit of a surprise,” Queensbury fullback and linebacker Chris Goudy said after his team’s 42-0 win. “It was a good surprise.”
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Football: Tartans determined to end playoff victory drought
Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014

Scotia-Glenville assured itself a third straight winning season Saturday by beating Averill Park in a Class A crossover football game. That’s not enough for the Tartans. Not anymore.
“This is the hump we’ve got to get over,” Tartans coach Kevin Warren said of Friday’s Section II playoff matchup with Bishop Maginn. “We definitely feel it’s a winnable game for us. The kids are excited to play.”

Holy Trinity vs. Mechanicville: Red Raiders rally for 27-9 victory
Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014

Kevin Collins was not pleased with his team’s first-half execution Saturday, and the Mechanicville football coach let his Red Raiders know about it.

High Schools: Tartans defeat Warriors
Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014

Dan Zeglen connected on 17 of 22 passes and three touchdowns Saturday as Scotia-Glenville beat Averill Park, 49-20, to wrap up a 5-2 regular-season football schedule.

Field hockey: Shenendehowa wins Suburban crown
Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014

Shenendehowa secured its first Suburban Council title since 2010 with a 3-0 shutout of Niskayuna Friday.

Soccer: Mayfield boys clinch WAC division title
Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014

The Mayfield boys’ soccer team won the Western Athletic Conference Northern Division title outright with a 3-2 win over Fort Plain Friday.

Football: Sagendorf carries Mohon to 52-27 win
Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014

Devin Sagendorf broke free for 134 yards rushing and three touchdowns, while quarterback Nate Stillson connected for two touchdown passes to spark Mohonasen to a 53-27 win over Niskayuna in a Class A football game Friday night.

Photo of Queensbury's ground game buries BH-BL
Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014

Queensbury held off Burnt Hills in one game last season and rallied late for a victory in another. The televised rematch Friday night was devoid of such drama.
“How we dominated, that was a little bit of a surprise,” Queensbury fullback and linebacker Chris Goudy said after his team’s 42-0 win. “It was a good surprise.”

Golf: Inspired Blue Streaks sending three to states
Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014

The words didn’t come easy, but Chris Thompson understood why his performance on the golf course this week was extra special.
With former coach Brenda Adams riding around in a cart watching and rooting, Thompson led a trio of Saratoga Springs players into the state championship next June at Cornell.

Photo of Patriots ousted from playoff chase
Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014

There will be no playoffs for the Schenectady High football team this season.
LaSalle saw to that, and assured itself of a place at the postseason table with a 27-12 win Friday night at Larry Mulvaney Stadium.

Volleyball: Broadalbin-Perth wins playoff
Friday, Oct. 17, 2014

Chelsea LeBlanc had 14 kills and eight blocks, Gabby Smith had 40 assists and Broadalbin-Perth defeated Johnstown in four sets in a special playoff for the Foothills Council South Division championship Thursday.

Soccer: Williams scores game-winner for Lady Tartans
Friday, Oct. 17, 2014

Alyssa Williams scored with 3 1⁄2 minutes left in the game Thursday, lifting Scotia-Glenville to a 4-3 non-league girls’ soccer victory over Catholic Central.

Football: BH-BL peaking at right time
Friday, Oct. 17, 2014

Points piled up fast a few weeks ago when Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake traveled to Schalmont for a non-league meeting between state-ranked football teams.
The Sabres did their damage early and the Spartans followed, scoring three unanswered touchdowns in the fourth quarter before falling short in a 34-28 defeat.
“Toward the end, we were playing lights out,” said Burnt Hills coach Matt Shell. “We carried it over to South Glens Falls and Gloversville.”

Photo of Bison finally get a banner
Friday, Oct. 17, 2014

A bit of history was made on the Shenendehowa soccer field Thursday night.
But it wasn’t the Plainsmen celebrating. Rather, it was Shaker soaking in a 1-0 win, a victory that gave the Blue Bison just the third Suburban Council boys’ soccer title in program history, and first since 2004

Photo of Shenendehowa vs. Saratoga Springs: Plainsmen prevail in OT
Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014

Emily Fraser has a hard shot to go with all of those fancy stick-handling moves. The Shenendehowa junior midfielder set up a goal with a blistering blast and scored the overtime game-winner on another as the Lady Plainsmen edged Saratoga Springs, 2-1, Wednesday in an important Suburban Council field hockey game, and kept their winning ways going.



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