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Esports, or competitive video gaming, is a $1 billion dollar industry that Berne-Knox-Westerlo teacher William Dergosits wants to bring to the school. He says it may open doors for students academically, professionally, and socially — especially for those in what he calls the “hidden demographic.” 

The Guilderland High School girls’ varsity field hockey team was honored at Tuesday’s school board meeting by county Executive Daniel MCoy

BETHLEHEM — The Board of Directors of the Bethlehem Tomboys Girls’ Softball League unanimously voted to change its name to Bethlehem Softball League at its October meeting.

“You are the best of the best” says President and Chief Executive Officer of Special Olympics of New York Stacey Hengsterman to the Guilderland High School students at Friday’s rally. 

The Albany Figure Skating Club’s Learn to Skate program will begin on Saturday, Oct. 12.

Group lessons will be held on Saturdays from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Bethlehem YMCA at 900 Delaware Ave. in Delmar from Oct. 12 through Dec. 14.

BETHLEHEM — At its September meeting, the board of directors of the Bethlehem Tomboys Girls’ Softball League unanimously elected Mark Ciafardo as its new president.

Guilderland Police officers stayed inside the Dunkin’ shop to due to unsafe conditions during the fundraising for the Special Olympics.

A small number of students at Middleburgh hope to join Berne-Knox-Westerlo’s wrestling team, BKW officials say.

VOORHEESVILLE – The Voorheesville Board of Education, in its effort to encourage greater participation by female athletes in sports, at its May meeting approved creating a varsity indoor track team for boys and girls next year.

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