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Guilderville swimmers Kelly Gao and Caroline Conforti competed at the state championships last weekend at Ithaca College.

A handful of area soccer players were named to their respective All Star teams.

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As Thanksgiving approaches, the girls made sure they didn't have a turkey of a game and came out firing on all cylinders.

The Guilderland girls' basketball team is ready to show Section 2 what it can do in the 2013-14 season with enhanced chemistry and talent. 

Guilderville swimmers like to laugh and have fun, but they’re serious in the pool. Head Coach John Urbanski believes that Kelly Gao and Caroline Conforti, the two swimmers headed to States this weekend, are the ideal reflection of Guilderville’s demeanor.

Four years at the state championships for Voorheesville volleyball, and no titles. The players and their coach say they have no regrets.

Guilderland's hopes for a state title in soccer were axed by Fairport last Saturday in Middletown.

COLONIE — Fresh off a Section 2 title, the Guilderland soccer team is nowhere near finished with its season. The Dutch have struck gold, and the players seem to be performing at a higher level each time they step on the field.

After 10 years with Andy Wright at the helm, the Berne-Knox-Westerlo varsity basketball coaching post has been filled by an unknown face.

The Voorheesville volleyball team will try to win a state title for the fourth year in a row; the championship has been elusive before. Can they do it? 

Andrew Wright, Berne-Knox-Westerlo's former varsity basketball coach, said he has accepted a coaching position with the junior-varsity team in Middleburgh.

The Guilderland boys' soccer team is Class AA champions for the first time since 2008, putting four goals on the scoreboard against Albany. 

Voorheesville is now a Class C volleyball champion for the fourth straight time. Is it time to start talking about a dynasty?

Both Guilderland soccer teams — boys at top, girls below — advanced to the Class AA semifinals this week. The girls (16-1-0), the defending sectional champions and number-one seed in 2013, will play Saratoga on Friday night in Schuylerville after beating Colonie, 5 to 1, on Monday.