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For the second year in a row, the Blackbirds were halted by Ichabod Crane in the boys' soccer match. This time, they took a goal, ending the game 2-to-1.

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LANSINGBURGH — Voorheesville made Schalmont look unworthy of its number-one state ranking with a heroic upset in the Class B soccer semifinals on Wednesday night.

The Blackbirds held strong and played smart as the Sabres failed to finish any of its scoring chances.

Four or five soccer teams can make a case for a Class AA championship in 2014, and Guilderland is certainly one of them. 

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The BKW girls' soccer team turned an 0-5 start into a 6-7-2 season as it hopes to win a sectional game on Friday. 

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Guilderland is the defending Class AA soccer champion, and after a successful regular season, the team is looking to repeat.

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Again, the Berne-Knox soccer team pitched a shutout, but it took two overtimes to score a goal to advance in the Class C playoffs.

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Soccer sectionals have started, and Voorheesville had an excellent win over Cohoes as the team will face Ichabod Crane, again.

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No other soccer team in Section 2 has allowed fewer goals — three — than the Berne-Knox-Westero Bulldogs. The team is comfortably in first place.

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Homecoming was a cause for celebration for current players as well as spectators who had graduated long ago as Voorheesville soccer teams swept to victories.

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Looking for a huge victory on the road, the Guilderland soccer team just became another shutout victim for Shenendehowa on Tuesday. Still, the Dutch are comfortably in first place (8-2-1) in the Suburban Council South.

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