Clayton A. Bouton High School

On Friday, Oct. 1, Voorheesville Blackbirds boys soccer team took on Colonial Council foe Catholic Central at home. From the opening whistle, Voorheesville led till the end and won 10-to-0.

On Thursday, Sept. 30, the Guilderland-Voorheesville girls team swam against Bethlehem at home. The talented Bethlehem swimmers led from start to finish to beat young Guilderville 110.5-to-75.5. The Geese are led by new head coach and former Guilderville alum Sarah Webber.

On Monday, Sept. 27, the Voorheesville Girls tennis team looked to get back to their winning ways as they battled Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk at home. The Birds played in singles competition but took the win in doubles to rally to a 4-to-3 win.

On Sunday morning, September 12, the Voorheesville girls soccer team participated in the NYS Hall of Fame soccer tournament. The Blackbirds faced off against Section 3 Central Valley Academy and fell 2-to-0.

On a bright and sunny Saturday morning, September 11th, Berne-Knox-Westerlo, Guilderland, and Voorheesville cross-country teams took part in the Blackbird Invitational at Swift Town Park in New Scotland. The Voorheesville girls won the Division 2 title, the boys took 12th.

Last Friday, Sept. 10, the Voorheesville Blackbirds opened up their season against Watervliet. The Birds showed the Cannoneers that there’s no quit in this team to tie the game up with under a minute left, but the Cannoneers took control in overtime to win, 28 to 22.

On Thursday September 9, the Voorheesville Blackbirds’ golf team traveled to Schenectady Municipal Golf Course in Schenectady to take on Mohonasen. The inaugural girls’ team won their match, 151-to-165. While the boys came up a few strokes short, 196-to-204.

With COVID protocol still going on within the schools, Section 2 track n’ field sectionals were held in groups, based on school size, this past week at different schools.

It was senior night for the Mohonasen softball on Tuesday, June 1. The Blackbirds started off well in the first three innings but the Warriors’ talented team took over after that. Two big innings cost the Blackbirds in making a comeback and fell 9-to-3.

Last Thursday, May 27, the Voorheesville baseball team hosted the Sabres of Schalmont at home. The Sabres’ bats and patience at the plate helped them take advantage of the Birds’ mistakes and opened up an 11 to 1 lead. The Birds attempted a comeback but fell 11 to 5.


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