If Voorheesville, playing Cobleskill, had let fewer balls pass, it may have been a different game.
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VOORHEESVILLE — Three brothers from a small school have all been chosen by the nation’s top military academy — West Point.
Their care for each other belies the reputation of an armored soldier.
Baseball's relaxed pace of play may be adding to its uniqueness in such a fast-paced world.
Some pitching troubles for Voorheesville led to an early deficit on Monday.
Tuesday's loss to Niskayuna made for a long post-game conversation for the Guilderland girls' lacrosse team.
Herm Wyld, a coach who never hollered, gets his due.
Now that the baseball season is about to start, it's almost a given that Guilderland will be in the mix at the end.
Guilderland's lacrosse connection with the University of Albany goes beyond the playing surface.
Harrison Bickmore and Zaviir Berry share the spotlight as two of the best high jumpers in Section 2.
Guilderland had another chance at a Class AA basketball title, but came up short, again.
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