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Cross country: Greenwich sweeps Wasaren titles

Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014
With Jeremy Spiezio running a winning time of 14:47.9 for 5k, the Greenwich boys won the Wasaren League championship at Saratoga Spa State Park Tuesday.
 

Field hockey: Streaks advance with 3-0 win

Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014
Maggie Conway scored a goal in each half, and Sam Geils made four saves to lift Saratoga Springs over Shaker, 3-0, in a quarterfinal game of the Section II Class A field hockey tournament Tuesday at the Adirondack Sports Complex.
 

Boys' soccer: Bison get No. 1 seed in Class AA

Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014
The large-school boys’ sectional championship used to come down to Guilderland and Shenendehowa.
Recently, some other schools have gotten into the mix. This year, it could be Shaker’s turn, as the Blue Bison are the top seed in Class AA, followed by Shenendehowa, Guilderland and Niskayuna.
 

Girls' soccer: Tartans replace BH-BL at top of Class A

Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014
No, that isn’t a misprint.
That is Scotia-Glenville sitting atop the Class A postseason brackets, occupying a spot that has been the domain of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake since the state went to five enrollment classifications in the fall of 2003.
 

Soccer: McCarty sparks Lions' victory

Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014
Eighth-grader Daniel McCarty scored his first two varsity goals Monday to lead the Mekeel Christian Academy boys’ soccer team to a 5-0 Western Athletic Conference victory over Sharon Springs.
 

Volleyball: Braves wins Colonial showdown

Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014
Miranda Nethaway turned in eight kills, four blocks, eight digs and six aces as Fonda-Fultonville beat Mayfield, 25-13, 25-13, 21-25, 25-22, in a match-up of Colonial Council powers Monday. Gianna Cruz had nine kills and six digs for the Lady Braves (13-2 Colonial Council, 13-3 overall), Anne Sinicropi added 12 points, five aces and 20 assists.
 

Cross country: Queensbury sweeps Foothills titles

Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014
Queensbury swept the boys’ and girls’ Foothills Council championships at Saratoga State Park, the boys beating out second-place Scotia-Glenville, 41-67, and the girls topping runner-up Schuylerville, 34-73.
 

Football: Tartans determined to end playoff victory drought

Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014
Scotia-Glenville assured itself a third straight winning season Saturday by beating Averill Park in a Class A crossover football game. That’s not enough for the Tartans. Not anymore.
“This is the hump we’ve got to get over,” Tartans coach Kevin Warren said of Friday’s Section II playoff matchup with Bishop Maginn. “We definitely feel it’s a winnable game for us. The kids are excited to play.”
 
SCHENECTADY

Holy Trinity vs. Mechanicville: Red Raiders rally for 27-9 victory

Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014
Kevin Collins was not pleased with his team’s first-half execution Saturday, and the Mechanicville football coach let his Red Raiders know about it.
 
SCOTIA

High Schools: Tartans defeat Warriors

Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014
Dan Zeglen connected on 17 of 22 passes and three touchdowns Saturday as Scotia-Glenville beat Averill Park, 49-20, to wrap up a 5-2 regular-season football schedule.
 

Field hockey: Shenendehowa wins Suburban crown

Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014
Shenendehowa secured its first Suburban Council title since 2010 with a 3-0 shutout of Niskayuna Friday.
 

Soccer: Mayfield boys clinch WAC division title

Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014
The Mayfield boys’ soccer team won the Western Athletic Conference Northern Division title outright with a 3-2 win over Fort Plain Friday.
 

Football: Sagendorf carries Mohon to 52-27 win

Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014
Devin Sagendorf broke free for 134 yards rushing and three touchdowns, while quarterback Nate Stillson connected for two touchdown passes to spark Mohonasen to a 53-27 win over Niskayuna in a Class A football game Friday night.
 
Queensbury's ground game buries BH-BL
BURNT HILLS

Queensbury's ground game buries BH-BL

Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014
Queensbury held off Burnt Hills in one game last season and rallied late for a victory in another. The televised rematch Friday night was devoid of such drama.
“How we dominated, that was a little bit of a surprise,” Queensbury fullback and linebacker Chris Goudy said after his team’s 42-0 win. “It was a good surprise.”
 
ALTAMONT

Golf: Inspired Blue Streaks sending three to states

Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014
The words didn’t come easy, but Chris Thompson understood why his performance on the golf course this week was extra special.
With former coach Brenda Adams riding around in a cart watching and rooting, Thompson led a trio of Saratoga Springs players into the state championship next June at Cornell.
 
 

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