GUILDERLAND — Mike Lainhart was worn out. He didn’t want to wrestle anymore, but said that his best friend bribed him into coming back.
This friend, Josh LoGiudice, said that it wasn’t a bribe, but it was a persuasion.
In a record five ovetimes, the Guilderland boys bested Columbia on Wednesday, 102 to 100, testing the stamina of the players, coaches, and crowd.
With a stacked line-up, and with Class B's top seed in hand, the Voorheesville basketball team began its playoff run.
Berne-Knox-Westerlo's basketball season came to an end after getting out-muscled by Rensselaer.
After two consecutive winless seasons, the Guilderland hockey team is on the chopping block in the proposed GCSD budget. Other high school hockey teams are also struggling to get players.
Local skaters, armed with smart phones, watched their Olympic heroines competing in Sochi before they took to the ice at the Empire State Games.
Altamont's Chris Whalen hit what he called a "powder hole" in his nighttime Nordic race at The Empire State Games, but still brought home a Bronze medal.
Wrestling is a tough sport, says Voorheesville coach who has more slots empty than filled on his team this season.
Winning isn't a priority for Guilderland cross-country skiers; it's a privilege.
Guilderland has had a lot of large leads this season, but Columbia closed the gap to four points in the last quarter of Friday's game.
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