Berne-Knox-Westerlo held their 2017 Hall of Fame ceremony at the school last Friday evening.

Volleyball teams for Guilderland boys, with a 2-6 record, and Berne-Knox-Westerlo girls, at 5-5, might be having rough seasons but they still play hard on the court as they push towards sectionals. This past week, both teams were victorious.

Senior leadership helped teams from Berne-Knox-Westerlo, Guilderland, and Voorheesville this year. Some seniors led their teams to deep sectional runs or even to victory in sectional championships.

Although graduation is not until Saturday, many goodbyes were said at Berne-Knox-Westerlo’s campus on Monday night. 

Thacher Park in Voorheesville was the host site for the 3rd annual Kenneth Ride on Saturday morning to remember a five-year-old little boy who was murdered in efforts to keep his memory alive and to raise money for a BKW student who will be majoring in the field of Social Services.

On a chilly and windy last Thursday, the Berne-Knox-Westerlo Bulldogs baseball team took on Fonda-Fultonville at home in a Western Athletic Conference battle. The Bulldogs had a lead going into the fifth inning, which saw the Braves come all the way back and win, 11 to 10.

The Bulldogs had their first outdoor track meet on Tuesday, April 11, against Schoharie where the Bulldogs split. The boys’ team lost, 67 to 45, and the girls’ team won, 79 to 56.

The Bulldogs of Berne-Knox-Westerlo and the Dutchmen of Guilderland smile, tumble, and fly high during the Section 2 winter cheer championships last Saturday at Colonie High School in efforts to head to Syracuse for the state competition. 

Berne-Knox-Westerlo boys’ and girls’ basketball teams showed their teeth last week in the Class C sectional games, the boys against Berlin, Fri Feb 17 and the girls against Stillwater, Tues Feb 21.

Jake Wideman

BKW-Voorheesville wrestlers were able to place at the Section II Class CC Wrestling Tournament last Saturday at Cohoes High School.


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