With the Suburban Council season starting Friday, we want to know which boys basketball team you believe will be the best overall in the league.
Four members of the Glenville-based Jason Morris Judo Center team took home medals from the Dallas Invitational Judo Championships Nov. 23.
One dozen players make up the Storm for 2013-14 season
Guilderland High School’s ability to field an ice hockey team has become so tenuous, it needs two schools to partner with it to have enough skaters to barely exceed the state minimum.
Burnt Hills advanced to the next round of the playoffs in Boys Volleyball on Nov. 1 defeating Mohonasen in the Section II, Division 2 finals
It came down to one kick with one second left for Guilderland to advance in the Section 2 playoffs against Colonie on Oct. 25.
Junior quarterback rushes for 155 yards in Sectional quarterfinal win
Whenever the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk football team needed a big play, David Warnken made it.
The Spartans welcomed home alumni on Oct. 12 with a stunning 49-0 victory over Amsterdam. See all the pictures from the game.
Burnt Hills Ballston Lake dominated South Glens Falls on Oct. 4 with a 60-14 win over the Bulldogs. These are photos from the game.
Christian Brother Academy beat Ballston Spa 42-0. See all the photos from the game.
Pancake breakfast at Scotia-Glenville High School.
The Spartans continued their winning ways from last year winning 69-25 over Lansingburgh. The Knights visited Burnt Hills in the opening game of the High School season on Sept. 6, but found out the Spartans were ready to play.
Close contest in opener
Guilderland and Ballston Spa battled it out on the gridiron on Sept 6 on opening day of the 2013 Section 2 boys high school season. The Scotties were leading into the fourth quarter when Guilderland made a 14-0 run to win the contest 28-21. See all the photos.
Ronnie Mitchell had an RBI single in the second and Michael Martinez an RBI single in the third inning as the Tri-City Valley Cats handed the Vermont Lake Monsters the fourth 2-1 loss of the New York-Penn League season Aug. 20 at Bruno Stadium in Troy, N.Y.
In a close battle, you chose Shaker as your pick to win the Section II Class AA boys basketball title in last week's poll question. Now, we're asking for your opinion as to which team will win the Class AA Sectional championship in girls basketball.
Niskayuna kept its streak of Section II 400-yard freestyle relay championships intact.
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