On Bethlehem’s Senior Night, the girls swim team defeated Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 98-74 Friday, Oct. 16.
The town’s first little league field will be open as early this April at the Stephen P. Wallace Town Park, taking the place of one of the town’s two softball fields.
Luke Dole and Mike Considine scored to lead Bethlehem to a 2-0 victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Tuesday, Sept. 15, in a Suburban Council boys soccer game.
After losing to Shaker two days earlier, the Bethlehem boys soccer team held on for a 2-1 Suburban Council victory over Shenendehowa Thursday, Sept. 10, in Delmar.
The Bethlehem boys and Colonie girls cross country teams swept their head-to-head match-ups in a Suburban Council dual meet with Shaker and Niskayuna Tuesday, Sept. 8, at Elm Avenue Park.
Carter Haydock scored twice in the first 30 minutes of the game to lead Shaker to a 3-1 victory over Bethlehem Tuesday, Sept. 8, in a Suburban Council boys soccer game.
A good road trip for the Bethlehem girls soccer team was nearly a whole lot better.
The Voorheesville football team fans will see at its home opener Saturday, Sept. 5, is not the same one they saw last year.
The Section 2 Class AA football season starts Friday, Sept. 4, and Bethlehem and Guilderland are ready to go.
The Voorheesville girls soccer team began its Colonial Council season with a 7-0 victory over Fonda-Fultonville Tuesday, Sept. 1.
The Bethlehem boys soccer team began its Suburban Council season with a 7-0 victory over Schenectady Tuesday, Sept. 1.
It’s a new era of Suburban Council sports. Beginning with the first varsity golf matches Monday, Aug. 24, the league is up to 16 schools.
The widow-making, production-killing, Dungeons & Dragons-eske imaginary pastime of Fantasy Football is here
In 2006, the Pew Research Center out of Washington D.C. estimated that 5 percent of all adults play fantasy sports, two-thirds of whom played fantasy football. Fantasy sports may lend credit to baseball for its origins, but football reigns as the Mack Daddy of them all.
Class began every summer afternoon on the ballfield at Bethlehem Central Middle School. The crunch of gravel underneath Jesse Braverman’s beat-up Ford Escort could be heard as he promptly rolled in at noon. He’d step out of the car with as many as 50 to 70 neighborhood kids already waiting for him. Instead of a syllabus, Braverman would pull out bags of helmets, bats and baseballs. It was the School of Baseball and class was now in session. In time, kids would simply call it “Jesse Ball.”
Being from Brooklyn, 18-year-old Aaron Straker hadn’t been near a farm until he and the other members of Jeter’s Leaders visited the Patroon Land Farm in Voorheesville Monday, Aug. 3.
- A look at the girls basketball field for Sectionals
- A look at the boys basketball field for Sectionals
- Section II swim meet primer
- Colonie Youth Basketball helps Coaches vs. Cancer Friday
- Five Albany Dutchmen to watch
- Another Union player joins the pro ranks
- The ride is just beginning for Jeremy Welsh
- After 20 years, it's still an adventure
- This is the winter sports season?
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