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A look back at the top-10 golf stories

A look back at the top-10 golf stories

Autumn officially began this week, and that signals the final stretch of the golf season.

Gloversville downs Scotia

How did your football team do Saturday?

Ballston Spa girls' cross country wins own invitational

Olivia Skylstad and Whitney Wright of Ballston Spa took the first two spots, and the Scotties won the girls’ team title at their invitational meet Saturday.

Shenendehowa football exacts revenge at homecoming

CLIFTON PARK

Shenendehowa football exacts revenge at homecoming

In the days leading up to Friday’s matchup with their archrival, senior Nick Cosgrove said the members of the Shenendehowa football team kept a simple message in their minds.

Deguire sparks Mohonasen football win

ROTTERDAM

Deguire sparks Mohonasen football win

Mohonasen had things well in hand when Green Tech tried a late onside kick in an attempt to gain one final possession.

Averill Park downs Burnt Hills 19-16

Averill Park downs Burnt Hills 19-16

Carl Nitz scored on a 2-yard touchdown run in the third quarter Friday, giving Averill Park a 19-16 Class A Southeast Division victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.

Union football seeks to end three losing streaks at once

SCHENECTADY

Union football seeks to end three losing streaks at once

The Union College football team already snapped one losing streak this season when they ended a 12-game slide with its 28-13 win over Western Connecticut State two weeks ago. But there are three other losing streaks the Dutchmen have hanging over them.

UAlbany football's rise sparked by youth movement

ALBANY

UAlbany football's rise sparked by youth movement

Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks is one of the nation’s top rushers. Mason Gray makes an impact play from the safety position each week. Neven Sussman is entrenched as the University at Albany football team’s quarterback.

Schenectady native pens book on early years of the Mets

Schenectady native pens book on early years of the Mets

With the New York Mets in the midst of a struggle to reach the postseason, what better time to read about the team’s glory days of the early 1960s?

Saratoga field hockey edges Niskayuna

Sara Phillips scored on an assist from Erin McCarthy in the first half as Saratoga Springs defeated Niskayuna 1-0 in Suburban Council field hockey.

Scotia boys' soccer downs Amsterdam

David McKenzie, Jason Crandall and Dan Clune had two goals and an assist apiece to power Scotia-Glenville to a 9-0 Foothills Council boys’ soccer victory over Amsterdam.

Week 4 Friday high school football scores (Final)

How did your team do?

Cabrera three-run homer wins it for Mets in 11th

NEW YORK

Cabrera three-run homer wins it for Mets in 11th

Trailed by two; New York stops slide

Viscusi scores three; Thursday's high school roundup

Viscusi scores three; Thursday's high school roundup

Soccer, field hockey and volleyball

Great high school fall performances

Great high school fall performances

From the gridiron to the pool

A new tradition grows: Schenectady vs. Albany day football

SCHENECTADY

A new tradition grows: Schenectady vs. Albany day football

Game moved to Saturday again; safety cited

Greene a driver who gets it

Greene a driver who gets it

Area stock car racing

Bowler Herrington now one of the (big) boys

Bowler Herrington now one of the (big) boys

Finds success on PBA50 tour that had eluded him

Sometimes, love is the best medicine

TROY

Sometimes, love is the best medicine

The little girl in the blond wig, the Michigan State shirt and the “Big Ten Champions” hat, the one at the top of the ladder with the jolly green giant, isn’t with us anymore.

Defense? Offense? It doesn't matter to UAlbany's Dolce

ALBANY

Defense? Offense? It doesn't matter to UAlbany's Dolce

At some point, Brian Dolce stopped trying to keep up. That’s why his Twitter bio still lists him as a tight end.

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