Double play combinations are common in the Galway Central School District. There are 25 sets of twins in the 991-student school complex, grades kindergarten through 12. Fourth-graders Carter and Carson Scribner are the only identical twins. The other 48 kids are fraternal.
Sydney, left, and Emma Mariani, first-grade twins, are photographed at Galway Elementary School.
Carter, left, and Carson Scribner, are 10-year-old fourth-graders at Galway Elementary School.
Justine, front, and Jillian Quay, sixth-graders, play on the playground.
Erik, left, and Justin Matthews, sixth-grade twins, bump elbows at Galway Elementary School.
Twins at Galway's Joseph Henry Elementary School pose for a photo on one of their favorite places at school - the playground. Standing in the front row, from left, are Colette and Elise McCleneghen (in hooded coats), Sydney and Emma Mariani, Jaden and Zane St. Louis and Tim and Cole Vandenburgh. In the middle row, at far left, is Selia Zembsch, Carson and Carter Scribner and Aaron and Aiden LeClair. In the back row, from left, are Natalie Zembsch, Justin and Erik Matthews, Maya and Leah Vanderhorst, Justine and Jillian Quay and Ricardo Dery - whose twin brother Dakota was too shy to get into the picture.
Allison, left, and Jennifer Pokrzywka, twins, at Galway Middle School.
Galway High School senior twins, left to right front, are Jordan Crandall, Justin Crandall, Charlotte Cerny, Shannon Cerny and, back row, Nate Peters, Duncan Peters, Cody Marsall and Shane Marsall.
Galway High School senior twins Cody Marsall and Shane Marsall.
Galway High School seniors Jordan, left, and Justin Crandall, another set of twins.
Galway High School senior twins, Duncan Peters and Nate Peters.
Galway High School senior twins Charlotte and Shannon Cerny.
Left to right, Danielle and Michelle Eckler, twins who are salutatorian and valedictorian at Cobleskill-Richmondville High School this year.