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Almond's importance not measured by stats
SCOTIA

Almond's importance not measured by stats

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Joe Almond is going to give everything he has for every second he’s on the Glens Falls Civic Center court Saturday morning when his Scotia-Glenville basketball team takes on Spring Valley in a state Class A semifinal game.
 
Indoor track: Tooker breaks nine-minute mark
NEW YORK

Indoor track: Tooker breaks nine-minute mark

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Saratoga Springs junior Aidan Tooker, fresh off a victory in the 3,200 at the New York State indoor championships, became the first Section II runner to break nine minutes in the two mile over the weekend to highlight action in the New Balance Indoor Nationals at The Armory.
 
Cremo scores 39 to lead Scotia-Glenville
HAMILTON

Cremo scores 39 to lead Scotia-Glenville

Sunday, March 15, 2015
Joe Cremo erupted for a career-high 39 points in Scotia-Glenville win
 
High Schools: Saratoga Springs hockey team falls in OT

High Schools: Saratoga Springs hockey team falls in OT

Sunday, March 15, 2015
Saratoga Springs loses to Baldwinsville, 2-1, in OT in the state Division I hockey semifinals
 
Regional basketball: Shen's defense faces a tough test

Regional basketball: Shen's defense faces a tough test

Saturday, March 14, 2015
Shenendehowa basketball coach Tony Dzikas was thinking about the guys who make up his team more then the history they made when they topped Guilderland for the Section II Class AA championship Tuesday night.
 
Tartans have to hit on all cylinders
SCOTIA

Tartans have to hit on all cylinders

Saturday, March 14, 2015
Coach Jim Giammattei and his Tartans were all business as Scotia-Glenville went over Christian Brothers Academy’s offensive and defensive schemes at a crisp Thursday practice.
 
Stopera is a natural at the point
SCOTIA

Stopera is a natural at the point

Saturday, March 14, 2015
Scotty Stopera laughs when he talks about the skirmishes he and Scotia-Glenville teammate Joe Cremo got involved in as youngsters.
 
Blue Streaks' motto: Bring 'em on

Blue Streaks' motto: Bring 'em on

Friday, March 13, 2015
The Saratoga Springs hockey team must have its own kind of math.
 
Quinnipiac will be tough to beat at home
SCHENECTADY

Quinnipiac will be tough to beat at home

Friday, March 13, 2015
The last time Union earned a victory at Quinnipiac, Sam Coatta was playing junior hockey for the U.S. Hockey League’s Sioux Falls Stampede.
 
High school notes: Sabres ready for a new challenge
ROTTERDAM

High school notes: Sabres ready for a new challenge

Friday, March 13, 2015
Repetition is a big part of Schalmont’s baseball success.
Christopher Teta went through the drills as a second baseman when he played varsity ball for Sabres coach Bob Anderson, and over the last 13 years, he had the high school’s junior varsity team members doing the same things.
 
High Schools: Scotia-Glenville cruises to regional final

High Schools: Scotia-Glenville cruises to regional final

Thursday, March 12, 2015
Tartans use team effort to reach regional final
 
Bethlehem seniors fulfill their dream
ALBANY

Bethlehem seniors fulfill their dream

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Two years ago, Gabby Giacone and her Bethlehem teammates suffered through a nightmarish Class AA girls’ basketball final at the Times Union Center.
The senior standout made sure that didn’t happen again Tuesday night.
 
Plainsmen end long basketball title drought
ALBANY

Plainsmen end long basketball title drought

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Shenendehowa didn’t score a whole lot in Tuesday night’s Section II Class AA championship basketball game with Guilderland.
Wasn’t necessary.
 
Shen, Bethlehem ready for a battle

Shen, Bethlehem ready for a battle

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
They haven’t met in nearly three months.
But Shenendehowa and Bethlehem are more than ready for tonight’s Section II Class AA girls’ basketball title game.
 
Defense the key to Plainsmen's success

Defense the key to Plainsmen's success

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Shenendehowa coach Tony Dzikas wasn’t about to tip his hand on the eve of the school’s biggest boys’ basketball game in years.
 
 

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