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Maple Ski Ridge, Anderson part company

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
After nearly 50 years of an on-snow partnership that has introduced snowsports to as many as 100,000 area children and adults, the Schenectady Ski School, headed by the legendary Freddie Anderson, and Maple Ski Ridge in Rotterdam have parted ways.
 

Volleyball: Eagles sweep Saratoga Catholic

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
Mayfield dominated at the net behind Kaylee Bumpus and Bri Eagan, who each recorded nine kills during a 28-26, 25-11, 25-15 Western Athletic Conference girls’ volleyball victory over Saratoga Catholic Central Monday.
 
ALBANY

Basketball: Warner, Tucker to be reunited

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
Former University at Albany head women’s basketball coach Mari Warner is one of the few fortunate people in sports to experience more than one homecoming.
Warner, who returned to her native Maine four years ago and is currently the Falmouth High School girls’ basketball coach, will make her UAlbany homecoming Sept. 27 at the college’s annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Warner joins 2001 graduate Liz Tucker, one of her star players; former football player and contributor Ty Curran; and the 1984 men’s and women’s cross country teams in the hall.
 

Field hockey: Massiello scores five goals in Columbia win

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
Helena Massiello was an offensive force, playing a role in all seven scores with five goals and two assists as Columbia pounded Shaker, 7-3, in a Suburban Council match Monday.
 

Soccer: Hanehan making impact at Cazenovia

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
Ryan Hanehan learned a year ago how to turn disappointment or frustration into opportunity.
Work, improve, repeat.
 

Soccer: Saints take lead in WAC North

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
Liam Rice scored all three goals Monday, as Saratoga Central Catholic took sole possession of first place in the Western Athletic Conference North Division with 3-1 victory over Northville.
 
Rays oust Yankees from East race

Rays oust Yankees from East race

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
And then again, sometimes these things go exactly as expected.
Monday night brought the two worst offenses in the American League together and, to the surprise of no one, scoring suffered.
 
Giants let Cardinals off the hook
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Giants let Cardinals off the hook

Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014
The Arizona Cardinals are finding ways to win, even without starting quarterback Carson Palmer.
Offense, defense, special teams, everybody is chipping in.
 
TROY

Area College Football: Alfred spoils RPI's home opener, 34-31

Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014
Sophomore quarterback Tyler Johnson threw for 203 yards and two touchdowns to go along with 166 yards on the ground as Alfred spoiled Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s home opener, 34-31, Saturday at East Campus Stadium.
 
Union vs. Utica: Pioneers stymie Dutchmen
SCHENECTADY

Union vs. Utica: Pioneers stymie Dutchmen

Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014
The Union College offensive unit started out like Dr. Jeckyll but ended up being Mr. Hyde. Although the Dutchmen put up 16 points and totaled 122 yards in the first half, they were shut out in the final 30 minutes and managed just four first downs as Utica rallied for a 23-16 non-conference victory Saturday at rain-soaked Frank Bailey Field.
 
ALBANY

High Schools: Gwinner powers Pats' win

Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014
Brandon Gwinner threw four touchdown passes, three to Alex Rodriguez, as Schenectady beat Albany, 46-6, in a Class AA football game at Bob Ford Field.
 
SCHENECTADY

Holy Trinity vs. Tamarac: Combined team gets first victory

Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014
Brendan Maloney mentioned every offensive lineman while discussing his tying touchdown. David Haskell couldn’t say enough about how the defense stepped up late. Holy Trinity coach John Barber talked about the “1-11” he’s been preaching to his mix of players. “The kids did the 1-11,” Barber said after Holy Trinity rallied for a 28-20 victory over Tamarac Saturday in the rain. “That’s when you do your job, and you trust the other guys to do their job.”
 

Sports Bulletin Board for week of Sept. 14-20

Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014
A listing of local sports happenings.
 

Football roundup: Spartans roll to 48-16 win

Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014
John O’Donnell scored one touchdown on offense and another on defense as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake ripped off three quick touchdowns en route to a convincing 48-16 victory over Green Tech in a Class A football game Friday night.
 
SCHENECTADY

Wii bowling perfect for seniors

Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014
The thrill of a perfect game in bowling never grows old — even if some of the octogenarians — and beyond — can’t quite throw real bowling balls the way they used to.
That’s the reason why simulated bowling is perfect for the super senior set.
 
 

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