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By Jordan J. Michael

NEW SCOTLAND –– On Tuesday, the Voorheesville girls’ cross-country team ran as a solid pack. On the other side, the boys’ team was separated.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– The Lady Dutch volleyball team won one match last year, but it’s already widely surpassed that mark in 2010.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– Rain and wind made for subpar conditions during last Thursday’s football game between the Dutchmen and Christian Brothers Academy. The Dutch fought through the elements on home turf, but couldn’t hold on for the win.

By Jordan J. Michael

EAST GREENBUSH –– Guilderland senior Jordan Weeden exploded for four goals on Tuesday and led his soccer team to a 5-to-1 victory over a desperate Columbia squad.

By Jordan J. Michael

COHOES –– Sometimes one team has superiority over another. This usually results in a lopsided score.

By Jordan J. Michael

GUILDERLAND –– The Dutch cross-country team believes that its 2.7-mile course at Tawasentha Park is one of the hardest in the state. Perhaps this is because the course has a finish called “Suicide Hill.”

By Jordan J. Michael

SCHOHARIE –– It was the Mattia Cornell show in Schoharie on Monday until Berne-Knox-Westerlo decided to score some goals of its own.

By Jordan J. Michael

BERNE –– Berne-Knox-Westerlo and Duanesburg were both awarded penalty kicks in Wednesday’s inaugural soccer contest. Each team missed its chance, but the Bulldogs’ failure proved to be more costly.

 

ALTAMONT — The first-ever Scottish Games 5K race began and ended with the sound of bagpipes.

By Jordan J. Michael

SARATOGA SPRINGS –– The Guilderland football team came into its season-opening game at Saratoga on Friday night with large expectations. The Dutch did show a few signs of greatness, but it wasn’t nearly enough.

Voorheesville clamps down on Raiders in first game

By Jordan J. Michael

VOORHEESVILLE –– Six-and-a-half is a fine number for the amount of quarterback sacks by a team in one football game. Zero is a better number when it’s the opposing team’s score.

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