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Up or down, the Voorheesville volleyball team knows how to win.

It was a playoff soccer game to remember in Berne last Saturday as two rivals fought to make the next round.

It was a rough first half for Voorheesville football last Friday at Corinth; the Birds turned the ball over five different times.

The Voorheesville girls' soccer team was no match for the defending state champion this week, but that's not the point. 

Interim Superintendent Lonnie Palmer said school officials were confused on what they were supposed to do after dramatic public comments and were mistaken not to acknowledge them.

Winning 11 straight league games, and giving up only five goals over that time, the Berne-Knox-Westerlo soccer team is rolling deep.

New York’s estimated 823,000 hunters and trappers are officially returning afield for recreational hunting and trapping across upstate New York, according to Joe Martens, the state’s commissioner of environmental conservation. 

GUILDERLAND —Students who want to play a winter sport at Guilderland High School — boys’ and girls’ basketball, boys’ swimming, bowling, ice hockey, cross-country skiing, gymnastics, wrestling, cheerleading, or indoor track — should sign up now.

Voorheesville didn't get close to beating Chatham or Fonda; the Birds need to improve if the team hopes for a playoff run. 

Opponents can't break the defense of the Guilderland girls' soccer team, which hasn't allowed a goal in seven games. Even an undefeated Shenendehowa squad couldn't score.   

Volleyball is the ultimate team sport, but sometimes a single player can shine in the spotlight.

The Guilderland football team is 4-0 for the first time since 2007, and with a steady balance of offense and defense, the Dutch are blazing a trail to the playoffs.

Voorheesville tennis players are on the losing end this season, but they still love the game.

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