Jordan J. Michael

Momentum, communication, and energy all feed off each other in volleyball. Guilderland realizes that.

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No other soccer team in Section 2 has allowed fewer goals — three — than the Berne-Knox-Westero Bulldogs. The team is comfortably in first place.

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Varsity coaches are feeling increased pressures to placate parents; a recent stack of email exchanges among BKW school leaders shows how one coach's post was dispatched.

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A late goal by Michelle Burmistrova helped Guilderland win its first field hockey game of the season.

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Ron Osinski has reached the end of the road for coaching varsity basketball.

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Voorheesville put together a two-minute drill for the history books, beating Mechanicville, and claiming first place. 

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Electric cars are clean, quiet, but need to be re-charged every day.

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It has been a bit of a struggle so far for the Schoburg football team.

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Defending soccer champs Berne-Knox-Westerlo may have a new coach, but the team's philosophy remains intact. 

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Tuesday's soccer game between Guilderland and Bethlehem was scoreless, but then Matt Schiller used his head.

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