We will be taking a look at the alignments and schedules for all five football classes in Section 2 this week. To read about Class D, click here.
Four Class C football programs are on the move to different classes in 2019, while two Class D teams jump in to replace them.
Holy Trinity moves up to Class B this fall after adding players from Bishop Maginn to its roster, which also includes players from Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons, Catholic Central and Saratoga Central Catholic. Meanwhile, Chatham and Helderberg Valley slide down to Class D, and Corinth merges with Fort Edward and moves to Class D, where it will be ineligible for the Section 2 playoffs. Hoosic Valley returns to Class C from Class D, and Rensselaer moves up with the Indians. Continue reading “Section 2 football: A first glance at Class C”
SARATOGA SPRINGS – Section 2 announced its brackets for this year’s girls basketball tournament Wednesday, Feb. 13.
Shenendehowa (Class AA), Averill Park (Class A), Tamarac (Class B), Cambridge (Class C) and Fort Edward (Class D) are the No. 1 seeds in their respective brackets. Shen, Averill Park and Fort Edward received byes into the quarterfinals.
Preliminary round games in Class B and C are scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 14. Opening round games in Class AA, Class A and Class D take place Friday, Feb. 15. Continue reading “Section 2 girls basketball playoffs: Shenendehowa, Averill Park, Tamarac, Cambridge and Fort Edward receive top seeds”
SCHENECTADY – Lansingburgh bested the field by more than 200 pins to take the team title at the Section 2 Class B boys bowling championships Friday, Feb. 8, at Boulevard Bowl.
The Knights had three bowlers record six-game series of more than 1,200 pins to win their 11th Sectional title with a total pin fall of 5,912. Mechanicville was second with a score of 5,634, and Schuylerville placed third with a score of 5,487.
Codi Genthner led Lansingburgh with a six-game total of 1,254, which included a high single game of 246. Mike Connally was second on the Knights with a total of 1,228 pins, which included a three-game set of 654, and Grant Laustrup added a six-game series of 1,203 that included a high single game of 254. Continue reading “Section 2 bowling championships: Lansingburgh takes Class B boys crown”
SCHODACK – The Maple Hill boys and girls basketball teams swept Patroon Conference rival Cairo-Durham on Senior Night Tuesday, Feb. 5.
In the girls’ game, Maple Hill shrugged off a slow start to defeat Cairo-Durham 51-24. The Wildcats outscored the Mustangs 35-16 in the second half to break open a low-scoring game.
Stacia Coyne and Lydia Chittenden each scored 12 points to lead Maple Hill’s balanced attack. Arianna Myers netted 12 points for Cairo-Durham. Continue reading “Patroon Conference basketball: Maple Hill sweeps Senior Night doubleheader against Cairo-Durham”
The Maple Hill girls basketball team took a 14-8 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in defeating Coxsackie-Athens 70-17 on the second day of the Patroon Conference Coaches vs. Cancer showcase Sunday, Jan. 27, at Columbia-Greene Community College.
Lauryn Smith led a balanced attack with 13 points for the Wildcats, who put the game out of reach by outscoring Coxsackie-Athens 56-9 over the final three quarters. Karsyn Berger contributed nine points, while three other Maple Hill players – Natasha Strock, Shannon Tacy and Abby Utter – all added eight points.
Ryan Carroll netted eight points for Coxsackie-Athens. Continue reading “Patroon Conference basketball: Maple Hill rolls past Coxsackie-Athens at Coaches vs. Cancer event”
Maple Hill used a 16-3 run in the third quarter to pull away for a 58-36 victory over Catskill Tuesday, Jan. 15, in a Patroon Conference girls basketball game.
Lydia Chittenden and Natasha Strock each scored 14 points for the Wildcats, who led 28-24 at halftime. Lauryn Smith contributed 10 points in the victory.
Ashley Shook had 14 points, and Janay Brantley added 12 points for Catskill. Continue reading “Patroon Conference girls basketball: Maple Hill surges past Catskill”
Maple Hill jumped out to a 20-5 lead in the first quarter and cruised to a 55-41 victory over Chatham in a Patroon Conference girls basketball game Friday, Jan. 11.
Stacia Coyne netted 14 points, and Lauryn Smith contributed 12 points for the Wildcats, who remained undefeated in league play. Naveah Daigle had nine points for Chatham.
Second-place Hudson kept pace with Maple Hill by defeating Cairo-Durham 61-49. Deja Beauford and Jenaya Robinson each scored 20 points for the Blue Hawks, who pulled away by outscoring Cairo-Durham 21-12 in the fourth quarter.
Jolie Polsen led Cairo-Durham with 18 points, while Arianna Myers chipped in with 13 points. Continue reading “Patroon Conference girls basketball: Maple Hill cruises past Chatham”
Coxsackie-Athens closed out the December portion of its dual meet schedule with a 72-15 victory over Cairo-Durham Thursday, Dec. 20, in a Patroon Conference wrestling match.
Six wrestlers earned pins for Coxsackie-Athens – Tommy Nato (126 pounds), Noah Bartels (138), Colin Riley (152), Jake Warren (160), Dakota Antriello (220) and Marc Martinez (285). Four of the Indians’ six pins happened in the first period.
Richie Savoia (145 pounds) won by fall for Cairo-Durham. Continue reading “Patroon Conference wrestling: Coxsackie-Athens cruises past Cairo-Durham”
Chatham outscored Catskill 17-9 in the fourth quarter to pull out a 41-33 victory over the Cats Tuesday, Dec. 18, in a Patroon Conference girls basketball game.
Naveah Daigle netted 14 points, while Hailey Cascioli and Hannah Taylor each added eight points for Chatham. Ashley Shook led Catskill with 14 points, including four three-pointers.
Elsewhere in the Patroon Conference, Maple Hill jumped out to a 22-3 lead in the first quarter and cruised to a 78-16 victory over Albany Leadership Academy for Girls. Continue reading “Patroon Conference girls basketball: Chatham rallies past Catskill; Maple Hill rolls past Albany Leadership”
Maple Hill’s defense limited Greenville to less than seven points in each quarter as the Wildcats pulled away for a 40-15 victory over the Spartans Wednesday, Dec. 12, in a Patroon Conference girls basketball game.
Maple Hill had a difficult time pulling away from Greenville in the first half, but the Wildcats broke the game open with a 16-6 run in the third quarter that gave them a 28-13 lead.
Natasha Strock had seven points, eight rebounds, two assists and two blocked shots to lead a balanced attack for Maple Hill, which remained undefeated after five league games. Paige Bleau and Lydia Chittenden each contributed six points.
Skyla VanVleet netted seven points for Greenville. Continue reading “Patroon Conference girls basketball: Maple Hill shuts down Greenville; Taconic Hills wins in OT”