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With Big 10’s demise, Suburban Council may take on more schools
The Big 10’s demise could spell big changes for the Suburban Council.
This point of view appears in the May 14 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Program is a joint venture between NYSPHSAA and Special Olympics NY
Guilderland and Colonie Central high schools are part of a pilot sports program that, if successful, will allow athletes with and without developmental difficulties across New York to compete on the same team.
The 2014 Delmar Dash took place Sunday, April 6. Former Niskayuna High School track star Louis Serafini won the men's title with a time of 24:43, three seconds ahead of Voorheesville's Macky Lloyd, while Saratoga Springs resident Megan Hogan defended her women's division title with a time of 26:42.
Several teams switch classes and divisions for 2014
Section II football divisions have been changed for the 2014 season.
Curling is more difficult than the Olympians make it look
Do not be fooled by what you’ve seen on television. Curling is harder than the Olympians make it look.
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.
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.
Niskayuna kept its streak of Section II 400-yard freestyle relay championships intact.
BH-BL senior competes at his first state tournament
Jack Hatton knows what it’s like to compete at the highest level of sports.