Guilderland High School

Ken Ludwig’s “Moon Over Buffalo” performed this weekend by The Guilderland Players on the high school stage. Showtimes were last Thursday through Saturday at 7 p.m. , and tickets are $5 at the door.

One bad bounce or a different play could have led Guilderland’s field hockey and football teams to the next round in their Class AA sectional games. The field hockey team played well against Shenendehowa last Thursday in a tight game that needed extra time to be resolved.

This week, the Guilderland boys’ and girls’ volleyball teams took to the court for their quarterfinal matchups in the Class AA sectional tournament.

The Guilderland girls’ soccer season ended on Friday afternoon as the Dutch lost to the Silver Warriors in the start of the Class AA sectionals, 2 to 0.

Win and get in: The Guilderland Dutchmen won against Christian Brothers Academy last Friday night at home, qualifying for the Class AA playoffs next week. The Dutch led from the start, concluding with a 41-to-19 win. Guilderland will face undefeated Shaker at Shaker Friday night at 7 p.m.

It’s the end of the regular season for Guilderland field hockey and the start of individual sectional play for the girls’ tennis team. The Dutch field hockey team traveled to Shaker last Friday to play the Blue Bison and won, 2 to 1.

In a hard-fought battle, the Guilderland boys’ soccer team lost to Christian Brothers Academy last Thursday at home, 3 to 1. The Dutch tied the game at the half but the Brothers’ defense kept Guilderland from scoring in the second half.

The girls on the Guilderland-Voorheesville swim team, who call themselves the Geese, took to the water on Tuesday afternoon at home, in Voorheesville, for Senior Night, against Troy. The Geese dominated, winning 90 to 76.

The Guilderland girls’ soccer team and boys’ volleyball team came up short in recent Suburban Council matchups. The Dutch soccer team battled with Bethlehem, ranked fifth in the state, last Thursday at home, falling, 2 to 0.

The Guilderland Flying Dutchmen cross-country teams, both male and female, lived up to their name, using speed and endurance in the 48th annual Guilderland Invitational at Tawasentha Park on Saturday morning. Flying, indeed.


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