Archive » August 2006 » Sports

GUILDERLAND — This might be the most talented team Guilderland soccer coach Mike Kinally has had in his four years at the school.

GUILDERLAND — Injuries have added to the challenges the Guilderland girls’ soccer team will face this season.

Foster goes deep
to replenish Kokanee Salsmon

John Foster’s dream is to one day have a pond stocked with nothing but Kokanee Salmon.

ALTAMONT — Rain didn’t wash away the Altamont 5K this year, but it did stop some runners from showing up.

VOORHEESVILLE — will be relying on a strong and experienced defense this season as it builds off last year’s success.

GUILDERLAND — As usual in the late summer, the landscape of the Nott Road Athletic Fields was filled with kids playing football.

GUILDERLAND — hopes some changes and new faces will mesh with some old ways and old timers to bring the success the program is striving for.

GUILDERLAND — Frank Finn has 15 or so years of football experience behind him. And now he sees the future of the sport.

Finn is one of the many volunteer coaches for the football league.

DUANESBURG — Three years ago, Dave Schaefer had visions of a do-it-yourself golf course dancing in his head.

Harleys and hospice seem like an unlikely match, but they have more in common than most people think.

BROCKPORT — "It was a war."

BROCKPORT — It was only her second fight, but Clare O’Connell can claim herself as the champ.

ROCHESTER — The Empire State Games have come and gone and local athletes had a strong showing at the Olympic-style event held in the Rochester area.

HENRIETTA — Despite the struggles of the Empire State Games Adirondack Lacrosse Team, a pair of Guilderland High School representatives still enjoyed their time at the annual summer event.

ROCHESTER — Saturday’s Empire State Games’ javelin competition was just another typical summer weekend activity for the Hannay family.