Guilderland High School

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.

Ten Guilderland wrestlers along with one Berne-Knox-Westerlo wrestler who competed on Saturday in Glens Falls will be taking the next step toward the state competition on Feb. 28 to 29 at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association state tournament in Albany.

The Dutch will be sending three gymnasts to the state meet in two weeks. Sisters Carli and Allison Rem and Addison Seebode all qualified on Wednesday afternoon at Shaker High School in Latham.

Guilderland finished fourth, with 129 points, in the Class A sectionals Saturday at Bethlehem High School with 10 wrestlers earning a chance to compete at next week’s state qualifiers in Glens Falls.

The Guilderland boys traveled to Averill Park High School on Friday evening for a critical Suburban Council game trying to improve their seed in the conference. The Dutch fell behind and tried to mount a comeback in the second half but the Warriors sank their attempt.

Guilderland’s varsity team started the competitive cheer season with a victory. The four-time Section 2 champions competed on Sunday at the University at Albany for the annual UAlbany Showdown against nine other schools.

With the season winding down, each game is crucial for the Dutch girls’ varsity basketball team. On Friday night, the Dutch faced off at home against the Spartans of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake on Senior Night. Graycen Dubin, who scored 11 points, is the Dutch’s lone senior.

Battling the elements and the terrain of Gore Mountain Ski Bowl in North Creek on Saturday, the Guilderland Nordic Ski Team competed with 16 other teams.

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 Saturday morning, the Guilderland gymnasts took on Bethlehem, showing the judges their grace and flexibility as the Dutch performed on the balance beam, vault, floor, uneven bars. The Dutch fell in a very close meet, 157.2 to 149.7.


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