Guilderland baseball is looking to clinch a Class AA playoff spot.
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One of Regan Johnson's colleagues said that he's the prime example of an athletic director.
If Voorheesville, playing Cobleskill, had let fewer balls pass, it may have been a different game.
VOORHEESVILLE — Three brothers from a small school have all been chosen by the nation’s top military academy — West Point.
Their care for each other belies the reputation of an armored soldier.
Baseball's relaxed pace of play may be adding to its uniqueness in such a fast-paced world.
Some pitching troubles for Voorheesville led to an early deficit on Monday.
Tuesday's loss to Niskayuna made for a long post-game conversation for the Guilderland girls' lacrosse team.
Herm Wyld, a coach who never hollered, gets his due.
Now that the baseball season is about to start, it's almost a given that Guilderland will be in the mix at the end.
Guilderland's lacrosse connection with the University of Albany goes beyond the playing surface.
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