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By Jordan J. Michael

BERNE –– The Berne-Knox-Westerlo girls’ basketball team is switching back to a defensive formula after losing 95 percent of its scoring from last year.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– In preparation for the new basketball season, Lady Dutch Head Coach Frank Cacckello did some re-evaluating.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– The only thing slowing down Jenna Bickel is the resistance from the water that she swims in.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– The Dutchmen basketball team is starting with a clean slate for the 2009-10 season after losing most of its top scorers from a year ago.

By Jordan J. Michael

Even though the three varsity volleyball teams from Guilderland and Berne-Knox-Westerlo didn’t win many matches, they tried to have fun.

By Jordan J. Michael

COLONIE –– The Voorheesville boys’ soccer team is flying high once again.

By Jordan J. Michael

SARATOGA –– The Section II cross-country championships are held at Saratoga State Park every single year. Local runners know the course intimately and excel because of it.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– It’s tough to win a sectional soccer game and even tougher to win a game against Bethlehem.

By Jordan J. Michael

VOORHEESVILLE –– The Lady Birds’ soccer team has been steadily improving over the last few years, but couldn’t carry that success deeper into sectionals.

By Jordan J. Michael

VOORHEESVILLE –– This week, the Blackbird soccer team has knocked off two opponents with strong traditions of winning and may be on the road to building one of its own.

By Jordan J. Michael

BERNE –– Every team needs a little luck to be successful. The Berne-Knox-Westerlo soccer team didn’t get the luck it needed in 2009.