Broadalbin-Perth girls’ volleyball wins Section II Class B championship

Broadalbin-Perth girls’ volleyball wins Section II Class B championship

SARATOGA SPRINGS — In the only set it lost Friday night, the Broadalbin-Perth girls’ volleyball team showed championship-level resolve.In the next one, head coach Kayla Twardzik’s team demonstrated just how high of a level its play could reach.“These girls are led by such an amazing group of seniors that truly motivate them,” Twardzik said of her club. “They just wanted it.”Top-seeded Broadalbin-Perth secured its program’s third-straight Section II Class B championship Friday at Saratoga Springs High School with a 25-15, 23-25, 25-11, 25-18 victory against second-seeded Holy Names. Broadalbin-Perth won the last two championships held in 2018 and 2019, as there…
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Patriots top Sir Bills after three-week layoff

Patriots top Sir Bills after three-week layoff

BROADALBIN -- Taking the field for the first time in nearly a month, the Broadalbin-Perth football team showed little sign of rust.The Patriots rolled to a 41-14 victory over Johnstown in a crossover contest at Patriot Field on Thursday."We're in a much different spot than we were a month ago," Broadalbin-Perth coach Jim Pelneau said. "This was a good way to end the season, especially for our six seniors. They stuck it out in a tough situation. I'm proud of them and they deserved to go out like this."B-P last played a game on Oct. 8, when it dropped a…
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Deputies: Northville man arrested for illegal firearm possession

Deputies: Northville man arrested for illegal firearm possession

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office arrested 35-year-old Taylor Hatch of Northville on Oct. 22, after an investigators discovered illegal firearms during the course of domestic dispute complaints, a Fulton County Sheriff’s Office release says.   The investigation began with complaints of a domestic dispute between Hatch and a woman, according to the statement released Thursday. While responding, authorities discovered Hatch may have been in possession of weapons, prompting them to apply for a search warrant. It was granted by Fulton County Court, according to the sheriff's office. The search revealed 19 firearms, including three unregistered handguns. In addition, several other firearms, including more unregistered handguns, were…
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Covid exposure at Cub Scout meeting in Mayfield

Covid exposure at Cub Scout meeting in Mayfield

Fulton County Health Department is alerting residents of a potential COVID-19 exposure at a Cub Scout meeting held between 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at Mayfield Elementary School Cafeteria, 80 N. Main St, Mayfield. The quarantine end date is Nov. 6.If you have been affected by the exposure monitor yourself for symptoms up to 10 days after the time of exposure. Many individuals also exhibit no symptoms. Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or a runny nose, nausea,…
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Mayfield gets past Chatham to reach Class C girls’ volleyball final

Mayfield gets past Chatham to reach Class C girls’ volleyball final

GLOVERSVILLE -- In her first season as head coach, Mayfield’s Brynn Hlozansky will have an opportunity to claim a sectional title.Hlozansky’s second-seeded team posted a 3-1 victory over third-seeded Chatham in a Section II Class C semifinal match Wednesday at Gloversville High School. Mayfield won by scores of 25-19, 24-26, 25-20 and 25-23.“We came in with a goal in mind and we knew that they would be coming for us,” Hlozansky said. “They’re a great team and it was a battle. They gave us everything they had.”Julia Fitzgerald registered 28 assists, seven aces, six digs and a block for Mayfield,…
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B-P football to return to field for crossover contest with Johnstown

B-P football to return to field for crossover contest with Johnstown

BROADALBIN -- For the first time in nearly a month, the Broadalbin-Perth football team is planning to take to the field.The Patriots are scheduled to host Johnstown in a crossover contest Thursday at 6 p.m. at Patriot Field.“I think it is very important for us to finish the season on the field, on our own terms, rather than sitting on the sidelines,” Broadalbin-Perth coach Jim Pelneau said.B-P hasn’t played since Oct. 8, when it dropped a 46-14 decision to Gloversville in its homecoming game.Following that contest, the Patriots canceled their next three games due to a lack of available players…
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