Guilderland High School

The Guilderland cheer squad was the only one of five Section 2 teams to make it to the final round at the state championships in Syracuse Saturday where 52 schools competed.

After three upset victories in a row, the Voorheesville girls’ basketball team won its sectional championship on Saturday. Seeded sixth in Class B, the Voorheesville Blackbirds beat the top-seeded Tamarac Bengals in the championship game, 51 to 46, at Hudson Valley Community College.

The Dutchmen winter cheer team came into last Saturday’s Section 2 championships at Guilderland High School wanting to finish first three years in a row — mission accomplished. Having bested four other schools to become sectional champions in the co-ed division, the Dutch will move on to state co

Isabella Bruno, a Guilderland junior, qualified on Sunday for state competition in the triple jump, long jump, and high jump.

The Guilderland Dutchmen indoor track team competed in the Section 2, Division 1 championships on Sunday at the University at Albany. The girls finished in third place with 79 points and had two sectional champions: Isabella Bruno and Hannah Durant. The boys finished eighth with 13 points.

The Guilderland gymnastics team — with 10 girls, three of them in middle school — showed grace, flexibility, and smiles to the judges in efforts to win a sectional title on Wednesday at Shaker High School in Latham.

For the Guilderland girls’ basketball team, Friday was not only Senior Night for the team’s two seniors — Jessie Fiori and Caitlin Gagan — but it marked a critical game for the Dutch to get a higher seed for the upcoming sectionals.

The Guilderland wrestling team battled for Class A championships last Saturday at Saratoga Springs High School. The top five in each weight class will move on to this Saturday’s state qualifiers in Glens Falls. Eight Dutchmen made the cut.

The Guilderland cheer team won the Coed Division against Columbia High School and Schuylerville in the UAlbany Showdown at the University at Albany on Saturday. With four men, the team returned to the coed division, guided once again by Patti Palmer.

The Guilderland Dutchmen wrestlers traveled to Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School Saturday to compete in the Jamie Mormile Tournament in Ravena. The Dutch wrestled against 14 other schools and finished in second place with 141 points, only 19.50 points behind winner Watervliet-Heatly.


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