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Section II Galleries

Schalmont football practice
posted Nov. 28, 2014

Cross Country Championships
posted Oct. 31, 2014

Girls Volleyball: Niskayuna vs. Troy
posted Oct. 28, 2014

Boys soccer: Burnt Hills at Scotia
posted Oct. 25, 2014

Boys soccer: Shaker at Shen
posted Oct. 16, 2014


After state-ranked Troy turned a potential rout into a close game, Schen­ectady ran to the finish line.
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Girls' basketball: Sabres hit 11 threes in Colonial win
Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014

Underclassmen Sydnee Metzold and Rachel Strijek combined to make 11 three-point baskets Friday, leading Schalmont past Albany Academy, 59-13, in the Colonial Council opener for both teams.

Schenectady wrestling team raising the bar
Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014

The expectations are a little higher this year for the Schenectady wrestling team.

Photo of Tartans romp in opener
Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014

The new guys in Scotia-Glenville’s starting lineup can play some ball.
Seniors Diamond Corker and Joe Almond scored 10 points apiece and were a pesky part of the Tartans’ staunch defensive effort in Friday night’s season-opening 72-50 non-league win against Ogdensburg Free Academy.

Photo of Tartans need to diversify attack
Friday, Dec. 5, 2014

The three-point shot was such a huge part of Scotia-Glenville’s undefeated run last season.

Sectionals staying in Glens Falls
Friday, Dec. 5, 2014

The Section II boys’ basketball and wrestling champions will be crowned at the Glens Falls Civic Center for at least three more years.

Basketball: Holmes, Lind lead Schenectady
Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014

Tobias Holmes and Neftali Lind scored 18 points apiece, and Schenectady opened its season with a 71-54 non-league win at Lansingburgh Wednesday night.

Niskayuna wrestlers win opener
Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014

Niskayuna opened its wrestling season with a win, and a pair of coaches taking over from two highly successful predecessors also were victorious Wednesday.

Maloney’s 24 points lift Golden Knights
Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014

Boys' basketball roundup.

Boland, Shenendehowa roll to 87-28 SC victory
Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014

Girls' basketball roundup.

Higgins leads Stillwater girls to easy win
Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014

Abby Higgins pumped in 23 points, and Stillwater outscored Emma Willard, 15-1, in the third quarter en route to a 39-19 non-league girls’ basketball win Monday night.

Photo of M-E ends Schalmont's dream of state title
Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014

Grab the momentum and go.
That was Schalmont’s thing for 12 weeks in a row, but in Sunday’s state Class B championship game, Maine-Endwell flipped the switch.

Mohonasen girls beat Johnstown in basketball opener
Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014

Saeeda Abdul-Aziz scores 19 points, and Mohonasen holds off Johnstown, 50-46

Unselfish Pinn a key for Schalmont
Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014

Shamere Pinn's unselfish play on line a key for Schalmont

Basketball: Eagles open with win
Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014

Kevin Lenehan notched 27 points to lead four double-digit Duanesburg scorers, and the Eagles beat Loudonville Christian School in the opening round of their tournament, 71-55, Friday.

Photo of Sabres better prepared for rematch
Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014

Schalmont held a halftime lead in last year’s state Class B championship football game against Maine-Endwell. The Sabres held a late lead, too, after a quick exchange of touchdowns.
“They had a running back slip out of the backfield,” Schalmont coach Joe Whipple recalled. “It’s something they hadn’t shown. They made a play.”



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