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GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland boys’ basketball team couldn’t ask for a better Thanksgiving weekend.

After feasting on turkey and all the trimmings on Thursday, the Dutchmen feasted on two Big 10 teams on Friday and Saturday.

GUILDERLAND — Guilderland hockey coach John DeRubertis was not thankful for the outcome of his team’s trip to Buffalo over Thanksgiving Weekend. But he also knows that his team is better than the results show.

GUILDERLAND — For the second year in a row, Brian Rhodes-Devey will be soaking up some sun in December.

ALTAMONT — Carolyn Barber, Greg Swift, and Chris Bates might live on the outer fringes of the Schalmont School District. but they are the center of the Sabres’ soccer teams.

BERNE — Four years ago, when Andy Wright took over the basketball program at Berne-Knox-Westerlo, he knew it would take some time before the Bulldogs would be successful again.

Now, the time might be here.

GUILDERLAND — Three Guilderland athletes had their dreams come true last week.

VOORHEESVILLE — A lot of new players will fill in spots for the Voorheesville boys’ basketball team this winter.

VOORHEESVILLE — The players on the Voorheesville girls’ basketball team are looking to return the program to the high perch it once sat upon.

GUILDERLAND — The season is right around the corner for the team. And the Dutchmen will be challenged early.

GUILDERLAND — The team will have more experienced players this year as they head into another season with high expectations.

BERNE — C.J. Vincent can’t wait to begin her senior season on the team.

It was a tough day for local athletes at the New York State Meet hosted by Warwick Valley this past Saturday.

VOORHEESVILLE — Voorheesville’s cross-country coach, Kelly McHale, stood and waited in anticipation on a chilly Friday afternoon.

BERNE — Sectional competition spurred another good performance for the Berne-Knox-Westerlo cross-country teams.