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Guilderland Dutchmen start strong, then lose to Schenectady and Saratoga

By Peter Henner

By Jordan J. Michael

ALBANY –– Mark it number four for the Lady Dutch lacrosse team.

By Jordan J. Michael

VOORHEESVILLE –– Before this year, Tom Kurkjian had never seen a season-ending injury in 35 years of coaching boys’ tennis at Voorheesville. This year, he witnessed three players go down.

By Jordan J. Michael

COLONIE –– The Voorheesville softball team killed two birds with one stone on Tuesday.

By Jordan J. Michael

SCHENECTADY –– Personal records have a greater meaning when they’re set on a bigger stage.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– There’s an unwritten rule in baseball when a pitcher has a no-hitter in the works: Don’t say a word about it.

By Jordan J. Michael

SCHENECTADY –– The Guilderland boys’ tennis team’s six-year streak of playing in sectional finals came to an end last Friday, but some individual players are still winning big.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– Nikki Branchini and Kayla Best didn’t travel far to go to college, but their athletic abilities carried them farther than most.

By Jordan J. Michael

ALBANY –– The Albany Dutchmen baseball team wouldn’t exist without a helping hand from its community.

By Jordan J. Michael

BERNE –– The Bulldogs’ baseball game against Middleburgh on Monday was more like batting practice. It could have been over before it started.

By Jordan J. Michael

WATERVLIET –– The Voorheesville baseball team swung hot bats on Friday and secured a playoff spot in the process.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– The Lady Dutch lacrosse team hasn’t lost a Suburban Council game in three years. Take a minute to contemplate that.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– The Lady Dutch softball team is having trouble scoring runs this season.