Gloversville High principal DeMallie leaving to become superintendent; Hired by Fort Edward schools

Gloversville High principal DeMallie leaving to become superintendent; Hired by Fort Edward schools

GLOVERSVILLE – Principal Richard DeMallie, who has been with the Gloversville Enlarged School District for 21 years, will be leaving at the end of the school year to become the superintendent of a district in Washington County. The Fort Edward Union Free School District Board of Education plans to announce its appointment of DeMallie on Wednesday, according to a Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex (WSWHE) BOCES press release. DeMallie, 49, has been the Gloversville High School principal since 2008. “It’s bittersweet to leave because I have shared so much with the people of Gloversville,” DeMallie said on Monday. “But as a driven person who…
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Gloversville baseball rallies past Johnstown late (2 photos)

Gloversville baseball rallies past Johnstown late (2 photos)

GLOVERSVILLE — Base-running errors stalled innings for both Johnstown and Gloversville in the rivals' Foothills Council baseball teams Monday night, but patience at the plate by Doug Cook paid off as the Dragons rallied past the Sir Bills, 3-2. After an early one-run lead by Gloversville, Dragon starter Kyle Robare gave up two runs to Johnstown in the second inning, but found his control later in keeping the Sir Bills off the scoreboard for the final five innings. “He struggled early on," Gloversville coach John Lott said. "He had a hard time finding his fastball early in the game. Once…
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