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Weightlifting: Williams setting realistic goals for Nationals

ROUND LAKE

Weightlifting: Williams setting realistic goals for Nationals

A lightweight pipe; sometimes, a broomstick. That’s what Christine Williams started training with at the start of 2015 when she first got going with Olympic-style weightlifting.

NYSPHSAA Hall of Fame selection process has serious flaws

NYSPHSAA Hall of Fame selection process has serious flaws

Remember the laugh we had last fall when Amsterdam basically forgot to induct Kirk Douglas into its inaugural Hall of Fame class? Good times.

High schools: Howard's clutch hit gives Mekeel baseball team 3-2 win

JP Howard had a two-run single and got the pitching win in leading Mekeel Christian Academy past Duanesburg 3-2 in a Western Athletic Conference baseball game Wednesday.

UAlbany dominates America East lacrosse awards

UAlbany dominates America East lacrosse awards

Great players want to play for the University at Albany lacrosse program.

Auriemma's turkey hunt a big success

Here’s a tale I like — the results of Mike Auriemma’s kids’ hunt.

Albany Devils win Game 1 of North Division final

TORONTO

Albany Devils win Game 1 of North Division final

The Albany Devils stole Game 1 on the road against the team with the best record in the American Hockey League, and it only took them 130 seconds to do it.

High school track summaries

Guilderland 102, Saratoga Springs 77

UAlbany tennis team rewarded for sticking together

ALBANY

UAlbany tennis team rewarded for sticking together

When fate and circumstances were storming the ramparts, the Great Danes leaned on each other, and now, here they are, playing in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history.

Devils-Marlies series has an NHL feel to it

Devils-Marlies series has an NHL feel to it

There will be NHL postseason hockey played in Canada this spring after all.

Baseball: Scotia-Glenville locks up postseason berth

Lucas Terwilliger went 3-for-3 with a double, four RBI and four runs scored as Scotia-Glenville beat Glens Falls 15-2 in a Foothills Council game Tuesday and clinched a spot in the Section II playoffs.

Lacrosse: BH-BL boys extend winning streak to 11

Will Clark scored four goals, and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake held off Suburban Council foe Guilderland 9-7 Tuesday to extend its school-record win streak to 11 games.

Softball: Harrigan has big day for Guilderland

Madison Harrigan went 3-for-3 with two RBIs, and also struck out 16 to lead Guilderland to a 7-3 Suburban Council win over Saratoga Springs Tuesday.

Shen's Boland named to all-state basketball first-team

CLIFTON PARK

Shen's Boland named to all-state basketball first-team

Led Plainsmen to state title game.

High schools: Colonie boys' lacrosse team defeats Schenectady

Liam Dollard tallied three goals and added an assist to lead Colonie to a 9-4 win over Schenectady in a Suburban Council boys’ lacrosse game Monday.

New York Giants got played at NFL Draft

New York Giants got played at NFL Draft

Eli Apple, the New York Giants’ first round pick at No. 10, is a solid choice. Big and fast, he went right around where I thought he would.

Cancer ended Lloyd's baseball career, but not his bond to Union

Cancer ended Lloyd's baseball career, but not his bond to Union

When Justin Lloyd stepped to the plate against the University of Chicago in Union’s third game of the 2014 season, it was clear to everyone there this was no normal early season at-bat.

Girls' lacrosse goalies face the toughest shot in sports

Girls' lacrosse goalies face the toughest shot in sports

Bethlehem lacrosse goalkeeper Katherine Chiarella scrunched her nose like she smelled something bad.

Gostisbehere finalist for rookie of the year

Gostisbehere finalist for rookie of the year

Joins Panarin and McDavid; winner to be named June 22

Yankees' offensive outburst not enough to beat Red Sox

Yankees' offensive outburst not enough to beat Red Sox

Alex Rodriguez has a theory about run production for a major league offense, a theory based on his 22 years of pumping out hits and runs in the American League.

Keselowski avoids carnage, wins at Talladega

Keselowski avoids carnage, wins at Talladega

Brad Keselowski’s victory in Sunday’s Geico 500 came at a cost to many of his fellow drivers that only Talladega Superspeedway can exact.

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