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Bowling a perfect game of 300 is difficult, and two teammates getting it at the same time is even more rare.

Hairs off by Dutchmen to fight childhood cancer at Amsterdam event, over $30,000 raised.

The Third Annual Sap Run 5K happened in Knox last weekend.

Will the Voorheesville baseball team three-peat this season? Coach Kyle Turski and his players seem confident.

A deal has been made between the Schoburg varsity football team and Berne-Knox-Westerlo to allow BKW students to join Schoburg for 2014.

For two years, Rachael Degnan has been one of the best swimmers in the North Eastern Athletic Conference.

It was a strong winter for Guilderland indoor track; three athletes made the state competition.

After 12 years, 196 victories, and five Section 2 titles, Gary Chatnik stepped down as the Guilderland girls' lacrosse coach. Chatnik's assistant, Carrie Britt, has filled the position.

 HILLTOWNS — The BKW Little League president says he was thrilled as a kid at Christmas to have the ValleyCats reclaim a field ravaged by tropical storms in 2011. He’s looking for volunteers to help.

Guilderland seniors, best friends, and training partners, Josh LoGiudice and Mike Lainhart, wrestled at States for the second consecutive year. 

 

The Blackbirds played like the best Class B basketball team all season, so a championship was only fitting.

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