Guilderland High School

Guilderland girls field hockey took on Niskayuna on Monday afternoon when the Dutch played on their home turf due to a site change and daylight shortage. The Dutch led from the start to the finish winning 6-to-1.

On Tuesday evening the Guilderland Dutchmen boys' soccer team not only battled Colonie but the rain as well. The Dutch fell 2-to-1.

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.

Guilderland girls soccer team played against Averill Park on Tuesday evening at home on wet and rainy night. Dutch fell 3 to 1.

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.

On Sunday afternoon, the Guilderland boys' and girls' cross-country teams opened against Saratoga at Saratoga State Park where the Dutch wore their masks.

The Guilderland field hockey team, the defending section 2 sectional champions, opened their shorten season against Saratoga at Saratoga High School on Saturday afternoon. 

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

Seven Guilderland athletes held their own on Saturday as they competed with the best track-and-field athletes across New York State in the state championships at the Ocean Breeze Track & Field Athletic Complex on Staten Island.

One critical shot or one mistake can lead a team to winning or losing when battling in sectional play to get closer to the finals. The Guilderland girls faced off against top-seeded Saratoga last Thursday at Saratoga High School.


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