Section 2

Voorheesville basketball has a championship to defend.

Guilderland is in the Class AA finals for the second straight year. 

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Guilderland gets another chance at a Class AA championship after surviving another wild semifinal.

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The Berne-Knox-Westerlo basketball team could have used more rebounds this season.

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Bowlers need focus, but they also need to be able to read oil patterns on the lane.

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Guilderland jumpers Harrison Bickmore and Zaviir Berry will be competing at States for indoor track after winning high-jump and triple jump titles in Section 2. 

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Berne-Knox-Westerlo lost to Greenville in the Class C first round, 61 to 40.

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Guilderland basketball plays Christian Brothers Academy on Saturday for a spot in the Class AA semifinals.

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Voorheesville basketball moved on to the quarterfinals and will play Broadalbin-Perth, which is a rematch of last year's final.

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JOHNSTOWN — No matter how many three-pointers Voorheesville missed on Wednesday night — and it was many — the players were unfazed as they kept pulling the trigger from behind the arc.

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