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No other soccer team in Section 2 has allowed fewer goals — three — than the Berne-Knox-Westero Bulldogs. The team is comfortably in first place.

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Homecoming was a cause for celebration for current players as well as spectators who had graduated long ago as Voorheesville soccer teams swept to victories.

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Looking for a huge victory on the road, the Guilderland soccer team just became another shutout victim for Shenendehowa on Tuesday. Still, the Dutch are comfortably in first place (8-2-1) in the Suburban Council South.

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Defending soccer champs Berne-Knox-Westerlo may have a new coach, but the team's philosophy remains intact. 

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Tuesday's soccer game between Guilderland and Bethlehem was scoreless, but then Matt Schiller used his head.

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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.

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A rising soccer star, Jen Bartlett, who is embarking on the national level, may be exactly what Guilderland needs this fall.

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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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