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Scotia-Glenville Pep Band leader and tuba player Kyle Yaielski, 16, cheers as players are introduced at the varsity basketball game against Gloversville at Scotia-Glenville High School Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Scotia-Glenville Pep Band leader and tuba player Kyle Yaielski, 16, cheers as players are introduced at the varsity basketball game against Gloversville at Scotia-Glenville High School Tuesday.
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Kyle Yagielski isn’t hard to spot these days at Scotia-Glenville High School sporting events. “I’m the short kid in the kilt playing a tuba,” he said. Indeed, there he was Tuesday night, in his tartan kilt and sash, crimson knee socks and Converse sneakers, blasting away on the giant brass beast from inside his high school gymnasium. To learn more about the pep band or book them for an event, visit http://Sgppppb.weebly.com. At halftime, when ...


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