Clayton A. Bouton High School

Leadership is important for any varsity sports team at Berne-Knox-Westerlo, Guilderland, or Voorheesville. These seniors led the way throughout the year.

Varsity teams from Guilderland, Voorheesville, and Berne-Knox-Westerlo showed the state and Section 2 competition their mettle when the temperatures went up this spring — that is, once the snow melted.

The Voorheesville Blackbirds track and field team traveled to Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk to compete in the Colonial Council Championships last Thursday.

The Voorheesville Blackbirds softball team traveled to Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk for a Colonial Council matchup on Monday. The Blackbirds had a rough time at the plate and lost, 11 to 1.

The winter season for the Bulldogs, Blackbirds, and Dutchmen was hot on the court, on the mat, on the track, and in the pool. Some teams made it all the way to the state competition and some showed heart and determination in efforts to get to states.

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The magical run for the Voorheesville girls’ basketball team came to an end Saturday in a heart-pounding game.

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The Voorheesville Blackbirds boys’ volleyball team has been clicking on all cylinders since last year, 20-0. This year’s team was undefeated as well and riding a 38-match winning streak coming into the Class C/D Regional Finals at Chittenango High School on Saturday.

After three upset victories in a row, the Voorheesville girls’ basketball team won its sectional championship on Saturday. Seeded sixth in Class B, the Voorheesville Blackbirds beat the top-seeded Tamarac Bengals in the championship game, 51 to 46, at Hudson Valley Community College.

Wrestlers from the combined Berne-Knox-Westerlo and Voorheesville team have had a tough season. Last Thursday, only five team members could compete against Fonda-Fultonville/Johnstown as the others sat out with injuries.

The Guilderville boys’ swim team, made up of Guilderland Dutchmen and Voorheesville Blackbirds, hit the water against Albany High at Albany on Monday afternoon. Guilderville led from the opening with a convincing 102-to-62 win.

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