Hood Jr.'s late three-pointer secures Eagles' first Sectional title
It's a shot Jamil Hood Jr. practices all the time, and it's highly effective.
Blackbirds cruise past Broadalbin-Perth for Class B crown
As a Voorheesville basketball player, David Burch never had the opportunity to play in a regional game. Now as his alma mater's varsity boys basketball coach, Burch has that opportunity.
Waterson makes game-saving defensive play for Falcons
Cara Waterson personally saw to it that there would be no overtime.
Sports poll: With this year's Class AA boys basketball playoff results, has the Suburban Council become the new Section II power?
This appears in the Feb. 26 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Guilderland pulls away from CBA in second half to win quarterfinal contest
For the first time since the state added Class AA to its boys basketball playoff structure a decade ago, a Big 10 team has failed to make it to the Section II semifinals.
Academy-style training will pair preschool children with coaches
A variety of changes are coming to the Bethlehem Soccer Club. As the youth sports program prepares to partner with Afrim Sports on the construction of a new indoor soccer dome on its Wemple Road property, it has also decided to begin providing more thorough lessons for a younger level of athletes.
Balanced attack helps Burch get back to Glens Falls as a coach
Voorheesville boys basketball coach David Burch remembers the last time he was in Glens Falls for a Section II playoff game.
Lady Bison need 16-point fourth quarter to put away the Lady Dutch
Patience was a virtue for the Shaker girls basketball team.
This question appears in the Feb. 19 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Curling is more difficult than the Olympians make it look
Do not be fooled by what you’ve seen on television. Curling is harder than the Olympians make it look.
Guilderland lightweight duo head back to state wrestling tournament, while Tangora waits for at-large bid
Guilderland’s Josh LoGiudice and Mike Lainhart are going back to the state wrestling tournament, while Bethlehem’s Chris Tangora must wait to see if he will get an at-large berth.
This poll appears in the Feb. 12 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Developer agrees to adjust building location at Wemple Road site
Construction of the proposed soccer dome on Wemple Road is moving forward after developers agreed to move the location of where the facility would be built on the property.
Booker, Muller take their talents to Division I track programs
Four Bethlehem Central High School senior student-athletes signed their National Letters of Intent at last Tuesday’s ceremony in the school’s library, while three more announced their college choices.
Burt pins Tangora in first period to win 220-pound final
The best championship bout at Saturday's Section II Division I Class I wrestling tournament at Shaker High School was also one of the shortest of the evening.
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- Another Union player joins the pro ranks
- The ride is just beginning for Jeremy Welsh
- After 20 years, it's still an adventure
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