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Schools of Thought: Spring ahead, soon

March 2, 2009 Spring practice officially starts today and I can’t help feeling like I’m missing out a little bit while I’m still cooped up inside. more »»

Campus Clippings: Moore helps UAlbany to title

February 25, 2009 John Moore (Fonda-Fultonville) finished second in the 1,000-meter run helping the University at Albany men’s indoor track team to its fourth consecutive America East championship Saturday. more »»

Schools of Thought: Section seeds sketchy

February 23, 2009 This is exactly why media isn’t allowed to sit in on the seeding meetings for sectional playoffs. more »»

Campus Clippings: Parillo helps Tigers to win

February 18, 2009 A 3-pointer by Gina Parillo (Amsterdam) brought the State University of New York at Cobleskill women’s basketball team to within a point and she followed that up with a jump shot giving the Fighting... more »»

Schools of Thought: MVP, or not MVP?

February 16, 2009 It’s always fun to hear the back-and-forth chants between the Johnstown and Gloversville student sections when the two teams get togethe. more »»

Campus Clippings: Vonnak lifts Saints to playoffs

February 11, 2009 • Bela Vonnak (Canajoharie) scored 10 points as the St. Lawrence University men’s basketball team topped Skidmore 83-68 Saturday. more »»

Schools of Thought: Get some ice, lots of ice

February 9, 2009 It did not seem like a horribly hard foul when it happene. more »»

Campus Clippings: Kirk earns honors

February 4, 2009 Tyler Kirk (Gloversville) was named the Northeast-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and the Student-Athlete Academic Honor Roll for the College of St. Rose men’s team. more »»

Schools of Thought: Reaction to state cuts mixed

February 2, 2009 Everyone understands, but nobody seems to like it. The New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s Executive Committee voted to cut athletic schedules across the board. more »»

Campus Clippings: Moore, UAlbany record victory

January 28, 2009 John Moore (Fonda-Fultonville) won the 1,000-meter run with a time of 2:26.43 helping the University at Albany men’s indoor track team to a win at the Great Dane Classic Friday. more »»

Schools of Thought: Verdict: There is no winner

January 26, 2009 Broadalbin-Perth football coach Rick Snyder remembers Week 1 several years ago, a Saturday afternoon game at Schalmont. “It was so hot, I can remember the kid, Frank Vickers. more »»

Campus Clippings: Anderson earns honors at Cobleskill

January 21, 2009 Heidi Anderson (Canajoharie) was named a State University of New York at Cobleskill Athlete of the Week Monday after she helped the women’s basketball team extend its winning streak to eight games. more »»

Schools of Thought: Cougars clean the glass

January 19, 2009 I seriously thought Rick Palumbo was going to yell it until he was blue in the face. more »»

Schools of Thought: Mat mane may be misleading

January 12, 2009 Every match. Every referee, every coach has something to say to Johnstown wrestler Adam Biron. “Nice hair.” I’ve seen a lot of high school athletes with dyed hair. more »»

Schools of Thought: Foothills to test the resolute

January 5, 2009 Playtime’s over, a new year’s upon us and the bulk of the Foothills Council schedule lay before the Gloversville boys’ and Johnstown girls’ basketball teams. more »»

Schools of Thought: Size does matter

December 29, 2008 It was both a sign of how good Gloversville’s boys might be this year and how essential it is for Fonda-Fultonville to play a strong non-league schedule. more »»

Schools of Thought: Rust comes from poor scheduling

December 22, 2008 To hear the coaches talk, there was enough rust on our local basketball teams this past week to fill a late-night infomercial. If only there was a commercial voice-over guy here to help. more »»

Schools of Thought: Strange days: Dolgeville in five games

December 15, 2008 Through the two previous winter volleyball seasons I’ve seen here, I only have ever seen one thing in Dolgeville’s gym. Domination. more »»

Campus Clippings: Hall helps RPI win league meet

December 10, 2008 Steven Hall (Johnstown) won the 100-yard breaststroke and 200-yard breaststroke, helping the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute men’s swimming and diving team to a first-place finish at the Liberty... more »»

Schools of Thought: Selfless takes no time off

December 8, 2008 Cool things down and they begin to move more slowly. Molecules move slower and closer together. Cold air, cold water sink. So say the laws of physics, anyway. more »»



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