Guilderland Central School District

GUILDERLAND — For the third time in four years, the Guilderland High School Boys’ Tennis team has been named the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete State Champions, with a team average of 98.4 percent.

John C. Overbeck, Guilderland Center

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“We wanted to do something to brighten the library, and, while looking at some of the artwork the high school students had on display here in May, well, it just gave me an idea,” said Tim Wiles, di

GUILDERLAND — Alumni and alumnae will celebrate the 40th reunion of Guilderland’s Class of 1975 on Sept. 26.

Starting at 5:30 p.m., the event will be held at the Ciderhouse Restaurant inside the Orchard Creek Golf Club on Dunnsville Road just outside of Altamont.

Track-and-field events sometimes come down to physics and psyche, pushing by increments.

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Without a coach, Shayla Lyons has perfected her shot put technique watching YouTube videos; her school has no track facilities, so she practices in a parking lot — the challenges have made her a champ.

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The high sun and heavy humidity didn't stop Guilderland athletes from placing near the top during state championships for outdoor track and field.

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Each year, in what looks like it could be a session from the United Nations, students who have come to school at Guilderland from many foreign lands, gather together with their families for a shared meal.

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Raising money was the goal, jailbreak was the game last Friday afternoon at Guilderland Elementary in Guilderland to help raise funds to fight cystic fibrosis, a genetic disorder that often affects the lungs. Two Guilderland students — second-grader Avery Schorr, and fourth-grader Braeden Schorr — have cystic fibrosis.

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A two-mega-watt array will supply power to the school's facilities from a 20-acre field near Dunnsville and Becker roads.

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