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By Jordan J. Michael

BETHLEHEM –– The Bethlehem girls’ soccer team players were bigger than the Guilderland girls, but Guilderland was a little quicker.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– The Guilderland football team had a 23 to 19 lead over Shenendehowa with 3:41 left in regulation play on Friday night. The Dutchmen didn’t win the game.

By Jordan J. Michael

BERNE –– Soccer goals are rarely scored directly from a corner kick. It happened twice in Berne on Monday.

High-school use of human growth hormone “fascinatingly uncommon,” probably not true

VOORHEESVILLE — The interim superintendent here would not say if the over-the-counter drugs Voorheesville football players were taking were related to human growth hormone.

Five football players suspended for use of performance-enhancing drugs

By Jordan J. Michael

VOORHEESVILLE –– The Voorheesville School District suspended five varsity football players last week for using performance-enhancing drugs.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– Dutchmen football outlasted Christian Brothers Academy at home on Friday as time was running out.

By Jordan J. Michael

BETHLEHEM –– The Guilderland varsity football team knew that the Bethlehem Eagles would be an extremely tough match-up. But the Dutchmen expected to complete more than a single first down in the opening half.

Voorheesville boys’ soccer team locks out CBA on cold afternoon

By Jordan J. Michael

VOORHEESVILLE –– “We kept the ball rolling on the ground,” said Blackbird soccer player Drew Alteri. “A Class C school just ran over a Class A school.”

SCOTIA –– The Scotia-Glenville field hockey team never really had a chance against the Lady Dutch on Monday. Guilderland constantly had control of the ball.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– Pete Mayta and Steve Dapcic have been friends since elementary school. Now, they work side-by-side for the surprising Tampa Bay Rays of Major League Baseball.

GUILDERLAND –– After finishing in the top 20 in New York State with a 15-3-1 record last season, the Guilderland boys’ varsity soccer team is riding the momentum.