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Shen top sports program in state

Shen top sports program in state

Awarded for excellence across programs

Platek commits to North Carolina

Platek commits to North Carolina

Basketball star now in prep school

These greats were also (sorta) Mets

These greats were also (sorta) Mets

The roster of greats who played even just a little bit for Mets is impressive.

Sports Bulletin Board July 17-23

CAPITAL DISTRICT WRESTLING OFFICIALS ORGANIZATION  is looking for new officials for the 2016-17 season.

Mets' deGrom pitches one-hitter against Phillies

PHILADELPHIA

Mets' deGrom pitches one-hitter against Phillies

Before the All-Star break last week, Jacob deGrom sat down with New York Mets manager Terry Collins to discuss his coming pitching schedule.

Stenson saves best for last, wins British Open

TROON, Scotland

Stenson saves best for last, wins British Open

Phil Mickelson had turned back the clock for a fourth consecutive day.

Rio will not be ready, and the IOC is to blame

Rio will not be ready, and the IOC is to blame

There is no way Brazil can handle these Games

Move afoot to ban entire Russian delegation from Olympics

Move afoot to ban entire Russian delegation from Olympics

Systemic doping the impetus

Kowalsky returning to coach Albany Devils

ALBANY

Kowalsky returning to coach Albany Devils

Reigning AHL coach of the year

Tom Brady accepts suspension from DeflateGate

Tom Brady accepts suspension from DeflateGate

Will sit the first four games

Yankees lose to Red Sox 5-3

NEW YORK

Yankees lose to Red Sox 5-3

With each loss, pressure builds as trade deadline looms

Patriots' Ebner tackling a different sport

CHULA VISTA, Calif.

Patriots' Ebner tackling a different sport

Looking for Olympic glory in the sport he first loved.

Averill Park's Winkler heading to Rio Games

Averill Park's Winkler heading to Rio Games

Rudy Winkler is going to Rio after all. The Averill Park High School graduate and two other hammer throwers have been added to the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team after the IAAF extended invitations to fill out the event.

Phil ties major record with 63 at British Open

TROON, Scotland

Phil ties major record with 63 at British Open

Breaks course record at Royal Troon

Varin heading to race in Ohio

Varin heading to race in Ohio

Facing best dirt track modified drivers in the Northeast and Midwest

Sometimes, hunters need to take a stand

Once again, many New York State hunters (not all of us) are only thinking about what they hunt, ignoring other hunters dealing with anti-hunter pressure.

UAlbany basketball team won't be playing at Duke

Duke released its nonconference basketball schedule Wednesday, but it still isn’t completely set due to North Carolina’s House Bill 2, the law that limits anti-discrimination protections for lesbian, gay and transgender people.

Horse racing: Dominguez headlines Saratoga preview panel

Horse racing: Dominguez headlines Saratoga preview panel

Fans eager for the start of the 148th Saratoga Race Course meet can enjoy a free preview night next Wednesday at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, featuring a panel that includes soon-to-be-inducted Hall of Fame jockey Ramon Dominguez.

Anderson sharp in pro baseball debut

Anderson sharp in pro baseball debut

Shenendehowa High School graduate Ian Anderson threw three shutout innings Wednesday when he made his professional debut for the Gulf Coast League Braves against the Lakeland Tigers.

Guilderland grad named top NBA play-by-play man

Guilderland grad named top NBA play-by-play man

Marc Kestecher has gotten the opportunity to work with Hall of Fame-caliber announcers during his time either hosting the NBA on ESPN Radio or calling games.

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