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Defending soccer champs Berne-Knox-Westerlo may have a new coach, but the team's philosophy remains intact.
Tuesday's soccer game between Guilderland and Bethlehem was scoreless, but then Matt Schiller used his head.
Out of 26 players for the Blackbirds, 24 returned from last year, and 18 are seniors.
Ahead of Guilderland’s season-opening game at Bethlehem (Guilderland lost, 3-1) on Wednesday, Head Coach Curtis Snyder said that his team was more in shape than at this point last year.
Three schools, one team.
Losing most of its experienced skill set to graduation, the current Guilderland football team is making changes.
A rising soccer star, Jen Bartlett, who is embarking on the national level, may be exactly what Guilderland needs this fall.
Jim Gillis felt like his soccer coaching at Berne-Knox-Westerlo was under the microscope of four sets of parents, so he decided to leave his post after 22 years.
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