The Warrensburg football team has only done it once in the prior seven years — they beat rival Lake George, and they did it with a stunning trick play in a game that will be remembered for a generation by Burgher fans.
Plattsburgh High School Superintendent James M. Short announced recently that due to the dwindling number of players, the Plattsburgh High School varsity football team has been forced to cancel the remainder of its season.
Usually Westport wears blue and Schroon Lake white and red when they meet on the soccer pitch. On Sept. 25, both broke from their traditional uniform colors for something a little more pink.
The Johnsburg cross country team held its first home meet on Tuesday, Sept. 24.
Keene Valley Neighborhood House 2013 Golf Tournament was held on Wednesday, Sept. 4 at the prestigious Au sable Club Golf Course at the Mountain Reserve in St. Hubert’s.
Never make assumptions about the fortunes of the Warrensburg High School Football Team. In astonishing turnabout, the Burghers ran roughshod over a talented arch-rival merely a week after losing a game 53-0.
The Warrensburg Youth Football teams tangle with opponents in September matchups.
During the past few years, Cross Shores Farm, home of the Adirondack Polo Club, has brought the sport of polo to the town of Westport.
While they were able to come away relatively pain free, it was one penalty during the Indians’ 47-7 victory that will change the game plan heading into their Class C matchup with Saranac Lake scheduled for this Saturday, Sept. 28.
Three of the four newest inductees to the AuSable Valley Hall of Fame took their place at the 50-yard line Sept. 20 in Clintonville.
The second annual Capital Region Nordic Alliance (CRNA) Nordic Tune Up is back, partnering with the North Creek business community for a one-day, family-oriented day of nordic activities on Sunday, Sept. 29.
Saturday, Sept. 14 dawned cool and pleasant for the town of Minerva’s third annual Pant-Pedal-Paddle contest.
Runners from 11 nations compete in Schroon Lake
Runners from more than 30 states and 11 countries came to Schroon Lake for the 17th annual Adirondack Distance Festival Sept. 21 and 22. The event attracted 1,289 athletes from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, Slovakia, United Kingdom and United States, according to Joel Friedman, race director.
The 1979-80 boys varsity basketball team will join three new members of the Hall of Fame in ceremonies that will be held Friday, Sept. 20, during halftime of the AuSable Valley varsity football team’s home game against Peru.
For the AuSable Valley Patriots, one win, Sept. 13 against Plattsburgh High, put an end to an 11-game skid and gave the team a shot of momentum heading into a pair of very tough match-ups in the next two weeks.The AuSable Valley Patriots varsity football team will host the team many believe to be the top in Section VII Friday night, as the Peru Indians come to town on Hall of Fame night.
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