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PERFECT SEASON

PERFECT SEASON

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Fonda-Fultonville boys basketball team’s undefeated championship run through the Tri-Valley League in 1970-71. In the back row, from left, are manager Alex Mancini, manager Bruce Wendell, Tom McNicholas, Gary Rose, Wayne Boshart, Jeff Roubaud, Joe Mancini and coach Jack Lilie. In the front row, from left, are Bob Schlote, Larry Simonds, Roy Philbrook and Baine Wiltey.
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Rogers scores twice in Patriots win over Schuylerville

Rogers scores twice in Patriots win over Schuylerville

BROADALBIN — Broadalbin-Perth put heavy pressure on the Schuylerville goal early in the match, but it was the Black Horses that put their first goal of the match on the board. Reid Rockhill tucked the ball inside the near post for the Schuyerville goal. The Patriots went back to work with Sam Rogers finishing off assists from Nick Bianco and Jack Dunlap for a 2-0 advantage at the half. The teams continued to put together…
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Dolgeville girls lose to Little Falls

DOLGEVILLE — Kylie Kress scored 21 points to lead Little Falls to a 58-26 win over Dolgeville in a Center State Conference girls basketball game Friday. The Mounties outscored the Blue Devils 26-4 in the second quarter on their way to the win. Shayna Straney finished with 12 points and 15 rebounds for Little Falls (3-1 overall). Lexy Morse and Kerisa VanOlst each had six points to lead Dolgeville (0-6 overall). On Wednesday, Dolgeville lost…
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Lady Bills shut out Hudson Falls, 3-0

Lady Bills shut out Hudson Falls, 3-0

JOHNSTOWN — After losing 7-0 at Scotia-Glenville on Wednesday in its season opener, the Johnstown girls soccer team looked to regroup Saturday in its home opener. The Lady Bills did just that, posting a 3-0 victory over Hudson Falls in a Foothills Council contest at Knox Field. “We played with 10 girls on Wednesday,” Johnstown coach Erica Fitzpatrick said.”Starting with Scotia-Glenville is a tough way to open the season, especially when you’re shorthanded. I think…
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Sir Bills blanked by Hudson Falls, 4-0

Sir Bills blanked by Hudson Falls, 4-0

JOHNSTOWN — After dropping an 11-0 decision at Scotia-Glenville in its season opener Monday, the Johnstown boys soccer team was looking for better results in its home opener Friday against Hudson Falls. The Sir Bills played better, but dropped a 4-0 decision to Hudson Falls in a Foothills Council contest at Knox Field. “We have a young team this year,” Johnstown coach Nicole Naselli said. “We only have three returning seniors.” Brayden Becker led Hudson…
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