Guilderland High School

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.

Athletes from Berne-Knox-Westerlo and Guilderland took their talents to the state level this past weekend in wrestling, at Albany’s Times Union Center, on Friday and in gymnastics, at Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island on Saturday.

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