basketball

One of the most well played and intense basketball games of the season happened in Voorheesville last Thursday.

BKW boys' basketball is at the top of the Western Athletic Conference standings with a 6-1 record (8-5 overall).

This week, the Bulldogs beat Sharon Springs, 74 to 34, on the road, and then followed that up with a 74-to-71 win at home against Middleburgh on Wednesday. 

The Guilderland girls' basketball team was trying to inspire younger players, and it definitely worked.

Last Tuesday's game went down the drain for the Voorheesville girls' basketball team.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board President Joan Adriance thanked speakers at the Jan. 13 board meeting who requested documents related to the dismissal of basketball coach Andrew Wright this fall.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo hasn't let a controversial basketball coach firing slow down its success.

Voorheesville is winning basketball games, but not without some drama.

At 8-0, Guilderland is the only undefeated basketball team in the Suburban Council. Everyone is after them.

The Berne-Knox-Westerlo girls' basketball team has less experience this year, but battled hard enough to win a tense overtime game by a single point on the road.

The Voorheesville girls' basketball team can be streaky, but it is winning.

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