Voorheesville

Voorheesville is not the volleyball powerhouse it once was.

Guilderland was a big winner at the Albany County Meet last Friday.

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The Guilderville swim team ended its regular season on Monday with a victory over Albany to finish with an overall record of 6-4. 

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Soccer sectionals have started, and Voorheesville had an excellent win over Cohoes as the team will face Ichabod Crane, again.

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Voorheesville is having one of its best football seasons ever.

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The Section 2 golf tournament was held in Altamont on Tuesday, and Guilderland's Will Burger didn't take many practice swings.

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Voorheesville native Matthew Schreiber has been living in New Orleans, playing the accordion in several bands. This weekend, he returns to New York to play in Schenectady.

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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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Voorheesville Elementary School has, once more, been awarded national Blue Ribbon school status.

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VOORHEESVILLE — On Tuesday, Oct. 14, community members can give the school board their input on what they would like to see from a new superintendent.

After six years at the helm of the district, Teresa Thayer Snyder will be retiring next July.

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