Clayton A. Bouton High School

Guilderland-Voorheesville girls swim team under the helm of Jenna Hyary have started the shorten season 4-0 with all their meets virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Guilderville won both meets, 118-47 against Troy-Averill Park, and 102-81 against Schenectady-Colonie.

This past week, the Guilderland and Voorheesville Girls tennis squads returned to their home courts to face local foes. Voorheesville lost to Academy of the Holy Names on Friday evening 6 to 1 while Guilderland lost to Niskayuna 5 to 4.

School sports competitions returned at last this week — with golf.

The second season for the Berne-Knox-Westerlo girls’ and Voorheesville boys’ basketball teams started with a bang this week in the Section II, Class C bracket. The BKW girls opened on Saturday evening at home against Lake George and never looked back from the opening tip, winning 67 to 17.

Track athletes from Guilderland, Voorheesville, and Berne-Knox-Westerlo battled in their sectional championships — Division 1 for Guilderland and Division 4 for Voorheesville and BKW — at the University at Albany on Sunday.

A last-half comeback by the Voorheesville girls was not enough to make up for their slow start against Watervliet on Tuesday night. The Birds were down by as many as 20 points but, after halftime, they came out firing on all cylinders.

The Voorheesville Blackbirds flew to victory, beating Ichabod Crane, 60 to 47, on Friday evening as they spread their wings in a Colonial Council matchup at Ichabod Crane in Valatie.

The Guilderville boys looked to show their swimming abilities against Shenendehowa High School on Friday afternoon in hopes of qualifying for states. The team is made up of athletes from Guilderland and Voorheesville and competed at home, in the Voorheesville pool.

On Monday afternoon the Voorheesville Blackbirds bowling team traveled to Troy to take on Lansingburgh at Uncle Sam Lanes. The Blackbirds lost, 28 to 4 (3433 to 2229 total pins).

Track teams from Berne-Knox-Westerlo, Guilderland, and Voorheesville, traveled to Springfield College in Massachusetts on Sunday to take part in the third annual Ed Cepiel Springfield Invite against 25 other teams.

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