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    Nolan Smith leads Colonie
    Colonie boys basketball coach Ken Dagostino earned his first win with his new team Friday, Dec. 5.
    Guilderland's rally falls short
    The Guilderland girls basketball team’s home debut did not go as planned.
    An impressive start
    Through two games, the Shaker girls basketball team has yet to be challenged.
    Bethlehem boys basketball pulls even
    The Bethlehem boys basketball team evened its Suburban Council record at 1-1 with a 69-53 victory over Mohonasen Thursday, Dec. 4.
    Taking the next step
    There are two traditional types of high school wrestling tournaments — invitationals where individuals compete in a ladder-style format to determine a weight class champion, and dual meets where teams wrestle against multiple opponents.
    Learning curve begins
    Judging from what happened at last weekend’s Thanksgiving Tournament, the Shaker/Colonie hockey team has some growing to do.
    Tough start for Bethlehem Eagles
    For the first time in his coaching tenure, Andre Rodrigue missed a Bethlehem hockey game.
    Close calls
    As the winter sports season begins, let’s take a look back at the fall season.
    Local teams shine
    As the winter sports season begins, let’s take a look back at the fall season.
    Six sign their letters of intent
    Six Bethlehem Central High School seniors signed their National Letters of Intent to play sports at the collegiate level at a Tuesday, Nov. 18, ceremony.
    Change comes to Colonie
    The Suburban Council boys basketball coaching fraternity has some new faces this season, along with one person who has switched schools.
    Sports poll: Who is the top Class AA football player?
    Five nominess. Only one can win. Who is your Section 2 Class AA football player of the year?
    North Rockland ends Bethlehem’s run
    Young, resilient and fearless, the Bethlehem girls soccer team would not back down from the odds thrown at them, all the way through earning Section 2 and regional Class AA girls soccer championships.
    Bethlehem's ride continues through regionals
    None of this was supposed to happen. The Bethlehem girls soccer team was too young to contend, too inexperienced to match up with the rest of the Suburban Council.
    Jordan Zlogar comes through for Shenendehowa
    Jordan Zlogar made all the important catches when Shenendehowa needed them the most.
    Kicking into high gear
    Joe Hasan started his martial arts training at 4 years old and went on to compete in national and international competitions. Now, he’s looking spur other 4-year-olds’ interest in taekwondo.
    Bethlehem returns to the top
    No. 3. No. 2. No. 1. Those were the higher seeds Bethlehem knocked off to win the Section 2 Class AA girls soccer title.
    A basketball tradition
    Following a 42-year tradition, the Colonie Elks Lodge is inviting kids of all ages to the annual Hoop Shoot Competition on Saturday, Nov. 8, at the Cicotti Family Recreation Center, 30 Aviation Road in Colonie.
    Bad breaks for Voorheesville Blackbirds
    The Voorheesville girls soccer team’s run in the Section 2 Class B playoffs ended on a cold, damp afternoon in Lansingburgh.
    CBA Brothers advance to football final
    Christian Brothers Academy started the 2014 football season by rallying for a 34-16 victory over Shaker. Eight weeks later, the Brothers pulled off another come-from-behind win over the Blue Bison.
     
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