Armed with a core group of veteran athletes, Warrensburg High School's volleyball team is geared up for the upcoming season of competitive play.
Although losing some stellar talent to graduation this year, the Warrensburg High School Football Team has the dedication, chemistry and attitude necessary for success this season. Warrensburg has been known for high-energy football with surprise plays, cagey maneuvers and unlikely comebacks — all of which thrill the fans.
FOOTBALL MERGER: Students at a local school get to play interscholastic football for the first time in 33 years, while a neighboring school's program — once championship-caliber but now ailing due to declining enrollmnent — gets a substantial boost with a wealth of new athletes.
The Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference (MVAC) announces Scholar Athletes for the 2014 Spring Sports Season.
Minerva School board talks openly about plans for 2014-15
The Minerva School Board met June 26 to exchange views about the possibility of being forced to enact a contingency budget for the 2014-15 school year.
The Ticonderoga track and field standout and winner of six NYSPHSAA state championships in the 110-meter hurdles finished the high school chapter of his career with an 18th place finish in the New Balance Outdoor Nationals Saturday, June 14, in Greensboro, N.C.
The Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference (MVAC) announced Scholar Athletes for the 2014 Spring Sports Season.
A school that had 142 students enrolled in grades 7-12 as recently as 2011-12 is facing three straight years of declining numbers, preparing to be as low as an enrollment of 88 in 2015-16 and 89 the following school year.
As the Elizabethtown-Lewis and Westport school districts move towards merging their boys varsity and girls modified soccer teams, state guidance on shared services remains unclear.
In Schroon Lake, the athletic department has been facing this issue, having dropped junior varsity basketball programs and not fielding a modified (typically grades 7-9) baseball team this spring.
Snyder ran the Division II 400-meter sprint at the Cicero-North Syracuse high school track in 54.96 seconds, almost six-tenths ahead of the next closest finisher (55.55) to win the Division II NYSPHSAA Championship June 6.
Running in the 110 hurdles at the NYSPHSAA outdoor track and field championships at Cicero-North Syracuse High School June 7, Hebert scored two more state titles, claiming both the Division II and Federation championships with times of 14.06 and 14.10 seconds, respectively.
Ryan Trudeau and Hannah Ross dominated on the mound for their respective teams and Jarryn Granger and Maura Jebb played walk-off heroes as both the baseball and softball teams scored 2-1 victories: the boys against Northern Adirondack and girls against Lake Placid, the third straight year the Lady Sentinels have scored a walk-off win against the Lady Blue Bombers to capture the Class C crown.
The Crown Point baseball team defeated Westport 16-10 on May 13, in a continuation of a game that began April 24 but was called because of darkness.
Brian T. Carpenter scholarship fund receives $550 donation
Local basketball players laced up their sneakers and took to the Moriah Central court to raise funds for the Brian T. Carpenter Memorial Scholarship.
- End of the season
- Wrestling: Kenny Rivers v. Anthony DiNardo
- Wrestling: Dylan v. Dillon
- Wrestling: Kenny Rivers v. Marcus Ramundo
- Wrestling: Dylan Baker v. Luis Weierbach
- Championship weekend
- Girls play Friday
- The best (potential) games in the Section VII playoffs
- The weekend in the Valley
- Section VII Bracketology