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By Jordan J. Michael

DELMAR –– A hockey game with a lopsided score can be just as entertaining as one with a close score. Guilderland and Bethlehem provided evidence of that on Saturday night.

By Jordan J. Michael

BERNE –– Bowling is constantly overshadowed by mainstream sports. But, it’s just as challenging and competitive as any other sport, bowlers say.

By Jordan J. Michael

SARATOGA SPRINGS –– The Guilderland boys’ basketball team hasn’t been able to break 50 points in a Suburban Council game so far this season.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– For the Flying Dutchmen, outdoor track and field in the spring reigns supreme over its indoor winter counterpart.

By Jordan J. Michael

VOORHEESVILLE –– Last Thursday’s opening meet for the Blackbird wrestling team was full of forfeits and pin falls. Voorheesville ended up on the losing side, 54-30.

By Jordan J. Michael

COHOES –– The second string of players for Voorheesville gave the girls’ basketball team a little extra push and it was enough for a win at Cohoes on Tuesday night.

By Jordan J. Michael

BERNE –– The wrestling season is young, but the Bulldogs are already ahead of nine other teams in Section II after finishing first in its own Bulldog Invitational on Saturday.

By Jordan J. Michael

BERNE –– The Bulldogs are looking like a confident basketball team despite losing a key piece of its puzzle.

By Jordan J. Michael

ROTTERDAM –– It took the Blackbird basketball team an entire half to find its rhythm in the season opener at Schalmont on Tuesday night.

By Jordan J. Michael

TROY –– Matt Cubillos may be Guilderland’s all-time leader in wrestling wins with 168, but he’s learned in a short period of time that competition at a Division I college level is incomparable to that of high school.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– The wrestling Dutchmen may have lost some big-name performers, but the attitude and work ethic of the team is still intact.