For the Schalmont girls’ soccer team’s accidental goalie, it was an accidental save that gave her the confidence she needed.
The New York Jets had promised rebirth.
It was a long trip here. With another loss on their record as a souvenir, it promised to be an even longer trip back.
Turns out athletic heroes — even those who alter the history of a franchise and a city — don’t have to look the part.
Union hockey coach Rick Bennett calls it the “pack of wolves,” a ferocious mentality he wants his team to have on offense when the puck is in front of the net.
This Union College offense is all about meat and potatoes.
‘Playing was a victory in itself ’
The geometry didn’t make much sense, but the only math the Union College hockey team cared about at the time was two plus one equals three.
When Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake fumbled the ball away on its second play and South Glens Falls quickly scored, the Spartans kept their cool, and kept a sectional winning streak alive.
He’d already made one mistake, mishandling the critical kickoff. So when Shaker senior Maki Medici regained control of the football at his team’s 15-yard line, he just wanted to minimize the damage.
The smoke smell hits you in the face.
High school football roundup.
The University at Albany football team crossed into the second half of its regular season with the second half of last weekend’s 20-16 loss to Maine.
The Union football team’s bye week came at the perfect time for the players.
Sixth-seeded Mohonasen scored a goal in the second half to break a 2-2 tie and stun third-seeded Albany Academy 3-2 Friday in the Section II Class A boys’ soccer tournament.
Playoffs underway for most teams.
AMERICAN KANG DUk WON KARATE will be offered at St. Kateri Tekakwitha Parish at 1803 Union Street in Schenectady throughout the coming months.
A morning fire destroyed the Holy Trinity football team's equipment a day before the team's first-ever playoff game, police said.
Mohonasen was in position to do something special last Friday in its final regular-season game against Queensbury when it trailed the Class A Northwest Division champions by two points midway through the final quarter.
Four different players accounted for the goals, and Ballston Spa began defense of its Section II Class AA boys’ soccer title with a 4-2 first-round win against LaSalle.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.