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Siena lands power forward, pair of guards

New Saints.

Devils can't sweep Comets

UTICA

Devils can't sweep Comets

Early in the first overtime Tuesday night, the Albany Devils turned the puck over not once, not twice, but three times in their own zone on the same shift.

College lacrosse: No. 5 UAlbany rolls past Siena

ALBANY

College lacrosse: No. 5 UAlbany rolls past Siena

At this stage of their local rivalry, the University at Albany and Siena men’s lacrosse teams are far apart in both talent and experience.

Union's Fishman plays big in a tiny pond

SCHENECTADY

Union's Fishman plays big in a tiny pond

As 21-year-old pitcher and first baseman Jake Fishman looks at the list of players who have recently won the USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award, which goes to the best amateur baseball player in America, he struggles to grasp the magnitude of it all.

Mayfield's Cromie takes many laps around track

Mayfield's Cromie takes many laps around track

Emily Cromie is among the best small-school Nordic skiers in the state of New York, and as a track and field athlete, she has the ability to score points as both a sprinter and a weight thrower.

Cespedes comes through in pinch for Mets

NEW YORK

Cespedes comes through in pinch for Mets

Terry Collins is a baseball lifer and in that baseball life, the New York Mets manager has learned many lessons.

Monday doubleheaders had teams road-tripping

Monday doubleheaders had teams road-tripping

Each time he dove back to first base, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake baseball’s Jacob Shippey could feel the tug a little harder in his right foot.

Albany Devils are in win-now mode

ALBANY

Albany Devils are in win-now mode

Having taken care of business at home by winning the first two games of their best-of-five playing series against the Utica Comets — and doing so in impressive fashion — the Albany Devils can exhale, relax even, as they head into Game 3 tonight at the Utica Memorial Auditorium.

Rachel Alexandra heading to Racing Hall of Fame

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Rachel Alexandra heading to Racing Hall of Fame

Track announcer Tom Durkin’s words, urgent and triumphant, still echo through the rafters of Saratoga Race Course.

Goalie Blanchfield has all angles covered

SCHENECTADY

Goalie Blanchfield has all angles covered

James Blanchfield had it figured out a long time ago.

School softball: The hits keep on coming for Shenendehowa

CLIFTON PARK

School softball: The hits keep on coming for Shenendehowa

Rounding third base with some speed, Shenendehowa senior Marissa Kirker slapped head coach Chris Farquharson an enthusiastic high-five to celebrate her two-run home run.

School baseball: Shaker comes back to beat Mohonasen

School baseball roundup

School softball: Ballston Spa wins twice

School softball roundup

School lacrosse: Guilderland girls roll to win

Kadi Futia and Hayley Kmack scored four goals apiece, and Guilderland broke away in the second half Monday to deal Shenendehowa a 12-4 Suburban Council loss Monday.

ValleyCats name 15th Anniversary All-Time Team

TROY

ValleyCats name 15th Anniversary All-Time Team

They may have been unfamiliar fresh faces when they first arrived in Troy, but the Tri-City ValleyCats 15th Anniversary All-Time Team revealed Monday following a month-long online fan voting is full of big-league names known to millions.

Appeals court reinstates Brady's Deflategate suspension

NEW YORK

Appeals court reinstates Brady's Deflategate suspension

New England quarterback could have to sit out four games to start season.

Kenyan runners prevail in London after cosmic start

Tim Peake, a British astronaut, counted down the start from the International Space Station, where he ran 26.2 miles while strapped into a special treadmill.

Islanders end 23-year Stanley Cup playoffs drought

NEW YORK

Islanders end 23-year Stanley Cup playoffs drought

The Florida Panthers were 53.2 seconds away from a Game 7 at home on Tuesday.

Warriors win, but Curry gets hurt again

HOUSTON

Warriors win, but Curry gets hurt again

The first half of a ferocious game ended with bodies sprawled all over the place.

Lacrosse: Maryland quadruplets savoring final games

Lacrosse: Maryland quadruplets savoring final games

Jamie, Lucy, Maggie and Georgia Schneidereith have played lacrosse together on and off since they were about 6 years old. But nothing means more to the Towson (Md.) High seniors than playing together this spring.

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