By ROB JONAS It may be the biggest Suburban Council girls basketball game in a generation – possibly longer than that. Shenendehowa hosts Saratoga Springs tonight in… Read more “Girls basketball: Shen, Saratoga set for Suburban showdown”
Leaders heading into Section 2 Boys Swimming and Diving Championships
By ROB JONAS With the Section 2 Boys Swimming and Diving Championships beginning Thursday, Feb. 13, at the Shenendehowa Aquatic Center in Clifton Park, here is a… Read more “Leaders heading into Section 2 Boys Swimming and Diving Championships”
Video: Gloversville defeats Glens Falls on the “Al Horford Play”
By ROB JONAS
The official Gloversville boys basketball Twitter account called it the “Al Horford play.”
Joseph Rowback hit the winning basket as time expired to give the Dragons a 57-55 victory over Glens Falls Friday night. Shadowed by a lone Glens Falls defender, Rowback sprinted towards the basket and caught the inbounds pass. After the defender flew by, Rowback easily shot the ball through the hoop to give Gloversville the victory. Someone captured the moment on their cell phone, and the “Al Horford play” was shared to the world.
Rowback finished with 25 points, while teammate Dante Bouchard netted a team-high 29 points for Gloversville. Nick Danahy led Glens Falls with 15 points, and Noah Girard chipped in with 14 points.
The victory moved Gloversville into sole possession of first place in the Foothills Council and gave the Dragons a sweep of their regular-season series against Glens Falls. Gloversville improved to 10-1 in the league and 11-1 overall. Glens Falls dipped to 9-2 in the Foothills and 11-2 overall.
Measuring stick: Can the Storm slow down Bethlehem?
By ROB JONAS By any measure, this has been an eye-opening year for the GMSSV Storm. The five-school program – consisting of players from Guilderland, Mohonasen, Schalmont,… Read more “Measuring stick: Can the Storm slow down Bethlehem?”
Queensbury wins 35th Foothills Council wrestling title with victory over Amsterdam
By ROB JONAS The Queensbury wrestling team continued its dominance over the Foothills Council by claiming its 35th league championship with a 51-24 victory over Amsterdam Wednesday,… Read more “Queensbury wins 35th Foothills Council wrestling title with victory over Amsterdam”
Who to watch for in boys swimming and diving
By ROB JONAS With the Section 2 championships lurking next month, it’s time to look at some of the individuals and relay teams that are making waves… Read more “Who to watch for in boys swimming and diving”
Wrestling: Coxsackie-Athens roars past Maple Hill for Patroon Conference title
By ROB JONAS After spotting the visitors a 21-0 lead, Coxsackie-Athens roared back to defeat Maple Hill 48-33 and claim the Patroon Conference wrestling title Tuesday, Jan.… Read more “Wrestling: Coxsackie-Athens roars past Maple Hill for Patroon Conference title”
Who to watch for in indoor track
By ROB JONAS We’re closing in on the league championships for the 2019-20 indoor track season, so here are some athletes to watch down the stretch. BOYS… Read more “Who to watch for in indoor track”
Two key wrestling matches coming this week
By ROB JONAS High school wrestling fans may be focused on Tuesday’s Section 2 Division 1 and Division 2 Dual Meet Championships – the winners of which… Read more “Two key wrestling matches coming this week”
This weekend in the CDHSHL: Time for Shen to make a move
By ROB JONAS If the Shenendehowa hockey team has any hopes of contending for a high seed in the Section 2 playoffs, it will need a win… Read more “This weekend in the CDHSHL: Time for Shen to make a move”
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