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GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland football team was pumped up for its cross-over game against Schenectady on Friday night.

VOORHEESVILLE — Matt Miller missed the miserable first half of a football game the Voorheesville team played on Saturday afternoon.

His teammates were happy he was there at the end.

VOORHEESVILLE — The boys on the Voorheesville soccer team walked off their home field having accomplished something the soccer program has never done.

BERNE — The Berne-Knox-Westerlo girls’ soccer team was on the wrong end of an evenly played game on Friday.

It’s sectional time for the soccer teams in Section II.

The Guilderville girls’ swim team has faced a lot of adversity this season, but Coach Walt Lane is in the midst of watching some great individual performances this season.

GUILDERLAND — Friday night’s rain dampened the offense for both Guilderland and Bethlehem.

Guilderland’s offense seemed to be stuck in the mud pit that was the Bethlehem High School field in a 10-0 loss.

GUILDERLAND — Mason Colling has pulled off a rare feat in Section II golf.

Voorheesville clinches top seed
Blackbirds nest on top of division

VOORHEESVILLE — The Voorheesville football team was on the cusp of reaching one of its major goals on Saturday afternoon.

BERNE — The Berne-Knox-Westerlo golf team surprised its coach this season.

VOORHEESVILLE — The circumstances were strange, but the Voorheesville football team will take the outcome.

It took two days to complete the game, but Voorheesville was able to win a big divisional game over Canajoharie, 15-6.

BERNE — The Berne-Knox-Westerlo girls’ soccer team kicked into high gear and sped by Canajoharie, 6-0, in a rain-soaked game in Berne on Friday.

GUILDERLAND — Guilderland senior Mason Colling won the Class A golf tournament last Thursday.

Colling shot a 69 to finish two strokes under par and beat Niskayuna’s Bryan Barach by two strokes.

GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland boys’ soccer team is on a little roll as the season begins to wind down.

GUILDERLAND — Turnovers and penalties doomed the Guilderland football team in its game Friday night against Colonie.