Guilderland High School

Two Guilderland gymnasts — Allison Rem, middle left, and Rachel Drislane, middle right, are on their way to state competition, March 3 at Cold Springs Harbor High School on Long Island.

The Guilderland Dutchmen wrestlers took to the mat on Saturday at Shenendehowa High School in Clifton Park for the Section 2, Division 1, Class A championships. The Dutch finished sixth with 124.5 points.

Three-time defending Section 2 champions, the Guilderland co-ed cheer team took to the mat in the annual UAlbany Cheer Showdown on Sunday afternoon. The Dutch cheered the day before in Saratoga where they finished second.

The Guilderland girls’ basketball team won a Suburban Council matchup against Ballston Spa at home on Friday evening. The Dutch’s full-court pressure kept the Scotties off kilter all game long, giving Guilderland the victory, 69 to 48.

On Jan 12, Farnsworth Middle School and the Voorheesville Public Library competed in the annual Future City competition at the Armory at the Sage Colleges in Albany.  

As temperatures hovered around freezing, the Dutchmen took to the hills at the Lapland Lake trails against 10 other teams on Tuesday afternoon for the Guilderland Nordic Invitational in Northville.

The annual tournament, hosted by the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk wrestling team, is named for an RCS wrestling booster who was 29 when he died of cystic fibrosis in 2010.

Guilderland, with a seasoned team, and Voorheesville, with a new indoor track team, both competed in the seven school Tri-Valley meet at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy on Sunday afternoon. The Blackbirds’ team has one junior and all the other athletes are younger.

Guilderland gymnasts showed their grace and tumbling skills on the mat during Tuesday’s dual meet at Bethlehem High School. The team is young with some “rookies” and also had some key members injured to start the season. Bethlehem Eagles won, 159.10 to 155.25.

On Tuesday, the Guilderland Dutchmen faced off against Christian Brothers Academy on the court and on the lanes. The bowling team played the Brothers at home at Town ’n’ Country lanes in Guilderland and, won 20 to 12, while the boys’ basketball team traveled to the CBA and fell, 77 to 48.


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