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It's time to get that Christmas list together

With all the TV, radio and printed advertisment featuring the Black Friday sales, I thought I might get a jump on some of the outdoors equipment sales I found in the Bass Pro Shop inserts in my mailbox.

Sports Bulletin Board (updated Dec. 2)

ALBANY ELITE GIRLS LACROSSE  will be holding a tryout for its summer/fall program in grades 3-9 on Sunday, Dec. 4 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Afrim’s on Route 7 in Latham.

Killington shines on international stage

Killington shines on international stage

Killington hosted the women’s World Cup slalom last weekend, the first time the event has been held in the Eastern U.S since 1991.

A fall season of seasons to remember

A fall season of seasons to remember

Many memorable scholastic sports moments

A clean slate for MAAC scheduling

A clean slate for MAAC scheduling

No more guaranteed home-and-home conference games next season

Union returns to the ice

SCHENECTADY

Union returns to the ice

Plays at Princeton, Quinnipiac

At 94, 'The Mayor' still local bowling ambassador

At 94, 'The Mayor' still local bowling ambassador

Frank Cornicelli is the undisputed ambassador of local bowling.

Siena's Benitez developing into high-scoring leader

LOUDONVILLE

Siena's Benitez developing into high-scoring leader

After averaging 10.7 points per game during a campaign in which she was named to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference All-Rookie Team, more was expected this season from Siena College women's basketball sophomore guard Jackie Benitez.

UAlbany suffers ugly loss to Holy Cross

ALBANY

UAlbany suffers ugly loss to Holy Cross

As the University at Albany trailed Holy Cross 41-40 with just minutes to play in a brutally ugly game Wednesday at SEFCU Arena, Joe Cremo hoisted a 3 from the top of the arc, hoping to hit the Great Danes’ first trey of the night.

Wisconsin goes zone-bustin', beats Syracuse

Wisconsin goes zone-bustin', beats Syracuse

Greg Gard’s Wisconsin players taught an advanced course Tuesday night at the Kohl Center: Zone busting 101.

Suspensions, mental lapses have hurt Siena's continuity

LOUDONVILLE

Suspensions, mental lapses have hurt Siena's continuity

The “soul-searching” that Siena College men’s basketball head coach Jimmy Patsos said his team needed to do after its rivalry loss Sunday to UAlbany boiled down to one thing. “We have

Mets re-sign Cespedes for 4 years, $110 million

Mets re-sign Cespedes for 4 years, $110 million

Let’s give credit to all parties involved in Yoenis Cespedes’ return to the New York Mets.

Basketball: Scotia boys open season with 75-57 victory

Sean DeGraffenreid scored 25 points, which included four of Scotia-Glenville’s 11 3-point baskets, and the Tartans defeated Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 75-57 in a non-league season-opening basketball game for both teams Tuesday night.

Amsterdam grad emerging as top-notch rodeo rider

Amsterdam grad emerging as top-notch rodeo rider

I’ll bet the way Scotty Bevins horses around isn’t the same as you and I do.

Former River Rats coach Rowe named Panthers' interim coach

Former River Rats coach Rowe named Panthers' interim coach

The Florida Panthers fired Gerard Gallant because of inconsistent play and a phil­osophical divide between the coach and front office, team officials said Monday.

Huerter has helped Maryland get off to 7-0 start

Huerter has helped Maryland get off to 7-0 start

Shortly after his team rallied for a 69-68 win over Kansas State in the Barclays Center Classic title game Saturday night in New York, Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon crossed paths with Wildcats coach Bruce Weber.

Cremo celebrates big win with a little more practice

ALBANY

Cremo celebrates big win with a little more practice

When University at Albany guard Joe Cremo uncharacteristically missed a pair of free throws late in Sunday’s Albany Cup win against Siena, the joke on press row was the noted gym rat would be back on the SEFCU Arena floor after the game to shoot. It was no joke.

Sports Bulletin Board (updated Nov. 28)

THE NISKAYUNA FIRESTORM  is looking to add one strong utility player to its roster for the 2017 Hudson-Mohawk season and tournaments.

Danes enjoy home court, win Albany Cup

ALBANY

Danes enjoy home court, win Albany Cup

Walking off the court at SEFCU Arena after his team’s 81-72 victory to reclaim the Albany Cup from Siena College, University at Albany men’s basketball head coach Will Brown said he greeted his school’s athletic director with a smile, a handshake and a request.

Nichols, cold, clinical for Danes

ALBANY

Nichols, cold, clinical for Danes

In a battle of fire and ice, take ice every time.

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