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Zayas, 36, said being named NYSPHSAA’s sixth executive director is a “dream job” for him. more

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New York Giants training camp director of operations Kevin Galuski addressed his 50 young interns last Thursday in the bowels of the University at Albany’s Physical Education building. more

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Some of the top Section II girls basketball players proved they are among the nation’s best players. more

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The path back to .500 was not an easy one for the Albany Dutchmen. Albany overcame five errors and a late Glens Falls rally to beat the Golden Eagles 6-5 in Saturday's Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League game at Bob Bellizzi Field. more

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Caroline McGraw and Emma Griffith got to see some of their swimming heroes up close. more

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The Albany Metro Mallers have moved to the suburbs. After playing the majority of their 40 seasons at Albany’s Bleecker Stadium, the Mallers began their 2012 Empire Football League campaign Saturday by beating the Glens Falls Greenjackets 21-0 at their new home – Christian Brothers Academy in Colonie. more

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Pat Sommo has an intimate knowledge of the Pine Bush Triathlon's bicycle course. The 11.5-mile portion of the Albany-to-Guilderland triathlon passes right by Sommo's house, which provides incentive for the 44-year-old to compete. more

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Strong starting pitching has moved Albany back to the .500 mark in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League. more

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The center of Bethlehem might be the heart of the Capital District handball scene. Five Delmar residents traveled to Montreal last month and placed at the Canadian National Handball Championships. more

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One year ago, Jimmer Fredette was walking on stage at Madison Square Garden as the No. 10 pick in the NBA Draft. Thursday, the Glens Falls native and Sacramento Kings guard was standing in the Saratoga Springs Recreation Center talking to the next generation of basketball players. more

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The Cicero-North Syracuse Northstars found itself in an all-too-familiar position following Saturday's state Class AA softball title game: wearing the runner-up medals. more

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Nick Delpopolo and Kyle Vashkulat competed at last Saturday’s Morris Cup judo tournament at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School with something greater in the back of their minds: an Olympic medal. more

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Ball control proved to be the difference between Niskayuna and Shenendehowa in Saturday's Section II Class A boys lacrosse final. more

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Matt Mender slammed the door shut on the Scotia-Glenville boys lacrosse team. more

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It wasn't a vintage pitching performance by Dylan Collett, but he got the job done. Collett pitched a two-hitter to lead No. 3 Guilderland past No. 6 Shaker 6-1 in Thursday's Section II Class AA quarterfinal baseball game. more

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If last Saturday’s game against Voorheesville is any indication, the Schalmont baseball team is ready for the Section II playoffs. more

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Matt Sexton waited patiently behind the Shenendehowa goal to find a teammate to pass the ball to. When no one was open, Sexton took matters into his own hands. more

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The Capital District Youth Rugby League is in its fifth year of operation, and clubs such as the Malta-based Saratoga Mustangs and the Scotia-based Schenectady Chargers are introducing the sport to high school-age athletes, both boys and girls. more

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When you win the battle for the ball, you win the game. The Shenendehowa boys lacrosse team applied that concept to Saturday's 12-7 Suburban Council victory at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake. more

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There is a difference between being the best squash player in the Capital District and being the best squash player in the world. more

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  • Two young runners find the Albany Devils' mascot at the Crossings 5K Challenge Sept. 28.

  • Runners young and old competed in the Crossings 5K Challenge Sept. 28.

  • Albany's Michael Cuke crosses the finish line to win the Crossings 5K Challenge Sept. 28.

  • Michael Cuke finished the 5K course with a blistering time of 17:38, nearly two minutes ahead of the next runner.

  • Town of Colonie Supervisor Paula Mahan hands a medal to a young runner following the kids mile race at the Crossings 5k Challenge Sept. 28.

  • Parents helped some of the youngest runners reach the finish line in the kids quarter mile race at the Crossings 5K Challenge Sept. 28.

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