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At last, Cleveland can call itself a championship city

OAKLAND, Calif.

At last, Cleveland can call itself a championship city

The mid-'60s Browns were the last major pro sports team from Cleveland to win it all.

Wheeler wins Schenectady Classic

SCHENECTADY

Wheeler wins Schenectady Classic

Overcame losing part of his foot last year.

Sports Bulletin Board June 19-26

THE HUDSON MOHAWK ROAD RUNNERS’ CLUB  has begun its Tuesday night summer program.

The pros, cons of playing college sports close to home

The pros, cons of playing college sports close to home

Joe Cremo knows some people wonder why he “only” went to the University at Albany to continue his basketball career after graduating from Scotia-Glenville High School.

Coaches not happy with proposed OT rule change

Coaches not happy with proposed OT rule change

While pro and junior hockey leagues in North America have gone to 4-on-4 or 3-on-3 to decide overtime games in the regular season, NCAA hockey has kept the 5-on-5 format for its regular season OT contests.

Golf: Three tied for Schenectady Classic lead

Golf: Three tied for Schenectady Classic lead

A breakthrough performance could be in the works for today’s final round of the 66th Annual Schenectady Classic, sponsored by The Daily Gazette.

Neet's health is getting better, so is his golf game

Neet's health is getting better, so is his golf game

As a club professional at Golf Galaxy of Albany, John Neet’s job is to help golfers enjoy their favorite game more by teaching them a better way to swing, chip, pitch and putt.

Lowry has U.S. Open lead

OAKMONT, Pa.

Lowry has U.S. Open lead

Third round stopped by darkness.

New York lawmakers vote to legalize fantasy sports

ALBANY

New York lawmakers vote to legalize fantasy sports

Months after being halted by the New York attorney general, daily fantasy sports won a major legislative victory early Saturday as New York lawmakers moved to legalize the online games.

When talking NYRA, there is one sure thing in horse racing

When talking NYRA, there is one sure thing in horse racing

Don't bet on real re-privatization.

ValleyCats have grand opening, romp over Tigers

TROY

ValleyCats have grand opening, romp over Tigers

Hit game-opening homer, grand slam.

Russian track and field barred from Rio Games

Russian track and field barred from Rio Games

Ban believed to be the first of its kind

Weight thrower made the most of her one shot

Weight thrower made the most of her one shot

The Cobleskill-Richmondville star is also a middle-distance runner.

SCHENECTADY

Lindner leads after Day 1 of Schenectady Classic

Three-day tournament resumes Saturday.

ValleyCats set to start season

TROY

ValleyCats set to start season

The Tri-City ValleyCats are looking for a fresh start into the 2016 season with many new faces, including a new skipper.

ValleyCats play on year after year

ValleyCats play on year after year

ValleyCats start 15th season tonight.

Cavaliers force Game 7 in NBA Finals

CLEVELAND

Cavaliers force Game 7 in NBA Finals

James scores 41.

Rain is big winner on first day of U.S. Open

OAKMONT, Pa.

Rain is big winner on first day of U.S. Open

The downhill, 49-foot birdie putt left Bubba Watson’s putter with a gentle nudge just after noon Thursday, on a winding, ambling path toward the cup on the 10th green of Oakmont Country Club. And it took its sweet time.

LaDuc recovers from serious medical scare

LaDuc recovers from serious medical scare

Stock car drivers think nothing of throwing on a firesuit, climbing behind the wheel of a race car and running 100 laps on a half-mile dirt track in the dogs days of summer.

Shen's Huerter finalist for U18 USA basketball team

CLIFTON PARK

Shen's Huerter finalist for U18 USA basketball team

Less than a week after helping the Shenendehowa baseball team win its first state title, Kevin Huerter advanced through the first round of tryouts for the 2016 USA Basketball Men’s U18 national team.

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