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Section II Galleries

Girls Lacrosse: Shen at Saratoga
posted April 10, 2015

Niskayuna vs. Saratoga LAX
posted April 3, 2015

Scotia-Glenville win streak ends
posted March 27, 2015

Bethlehem girls win Class AA
posted March 10, 2015

Shen boys win Class AA
posted March 10, 2015

Niskayuna senior pitcher Mike Gabriele didn’t have to be overpowering against Mohonasen on Friday afternoon, just efficient.
Photo of Shenendehowa boys fall in Federation basketball semis
Saturday, March 28, 2015

Shenendehowa boys lose to Wings Academy in Federation Class AA semifinal

Photo of Scotia-Glenville's win streak ends at 53
Friday, March 27, 2015

Scotia-Glenville's 53-game basketball winning streak came to an end this morning, as Canisius defeated the Tartans 68-63 in overtime in the semifinals the New York State Federation Tournament of Champions at the University at Albany.

Photo of Shen foe features future Hoya
Friday, March 27, 2015

Shenendehowa has taken great pride in its defense this season.
The effort the Plainsmen put out on the defensive end this season, and the way they play their 3-2 zone, was a major factor in their 25-0 run to a state title.

Photo of Scotia sets sights on 55
Friday, March 27, 2015

Pretty would be the last word to describe the postseason run Scotia-Glenville put together to reach this weekend’s New York State Federation Tournament of Champions at the University at Albany.

Photo of Niskayuna routs Bethlehem in SC boys' lacrosse opener
Thursday, March 26, 2015

Aidan O'Brien scores six goals in Niskayuna's 16-4 lacrosse win over Bethlehem

Photo of High school notes: Matz named swimmer of year
Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Juniors Will Matz of Shaker and Matthew Walton of Queensbury have been selected the Division 1 and Division 2 athletes of the year for Section II boys’ swimming and diving.

Photo of Plainsmen end 28-year title drought
Sunday, March 22, 2015

Move over, Greg Koubek. Make room, Brendan O’Sullivan.
Twenty-eight years after those two future Division I players led Shenendehowa to a state basketball championship, a new group has elbowed its way into the Shenendehowa record book.

Photo of State Class A crown stays in Scotia
Sunday, March 22, 2015

The Scotia-Glenville basketball team played follow the leader Sunday afternoon.
Joe Cremo beat the first-quarter buzzer with a halfcourt heave, Joe Almond hit another three-pointer to kick-start a monster run that followed and the Tartans rode that burst to another state Class A championship-game win at the Glens Falls Civic Center.

Photo of Shenendehowa advances to boys' state Class AA basketball final
Sunday, March 22, 2015

Shenendehowa boys rally in fourth quarter to beat Mount Vernon

Photo of Scotia-Glenville needs one more win for second straight state crown
Sunday, March 22, 2015

Joe Cremo scores 34 points to spark Scotia-Glenville win

Photo of Shen doesn't plan to be tentative in state semis
Saturday, March 21, 2015

Shenendehowa rarely went full throttle in practice this week in a lead up to today’s state Class AA semifinal game with Mount Vernon at the Glens Falls Civic Center.

Photo of Porter switching focus to Greco-Roman
Saturday, March 21, 2015

Having a double major in college is not unusual.
Having it in business management and Greco-Roman wrestling, that takes a unique individual.

Photo of Tartans can't afford any mistakes
Friday, March 20, 2015

Scotia-Glenville basketball coach Jim Giammattei has a list on his smartphone of the five to-dos for Saturday morning's state Class A semifinal game with Spring Valley at the Glens Falls Civic Center.
Defense is at the top of the list, followed by eliminating transition baskets and rebounding.

Photo of High school notes: Fischer a horse on the boards
Friday, March 20, 2015

Brandon Fischer had a chance to win Saturday’s Class AA regional basketball game late in regulation when the Shenendehowa senior spun quickly on the baseline and put up a short jumper that bounced away.
That move, or any other one, wasn’t possible at the outset of the season.

Photo of Almond's importance not measured by stats
Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Joe Almond is going to give everything he has for every second he’s on the Glens Falls Civic Center court Saturday morning when his Scotia-Glenville basketball team takes on Spring Valley in a state Class A semifinal game.

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