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With powerful Albany Academy becoming an independent, parity returns to the Colonial Council this season. Voorheesville, Cohoes and Watervliet each have solid post players and enough firepower to pace those contenders, while perennial stalwarts like Lansingburgh and Mechanicville, led by veteran coaches Guy DiBacco and Joe Loudis, respectively, should have just enough talent to remain in the mix. “Without Academy, the league opens up,” said Cohoes coach Jeff Huneau. “It should be a very good ...


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