Category Archives: Sports

Adam Erno – Chasing the Dream By Sandy McBride

For 18-year-old Adam Erno, his senior year of wrestling at Mechanicville High School was supposed to be the pinnacle, the exclamation point on five years of hard work all aimed…

Hoosic Valley Eases Through Round #1

Hoosic Valley eases through round one of Sectional Play.  The Hoosic Valley Girls Team defeated Stillwater by a score of 58-27 and the Boys Team beat Duanesburg 46-36.Sydney Fitzpatrick puts…

Judge and Jury – By Sports Writer Doug Keenholts

When the Baseball Writers’ Association of America (BBWAA) vote was counted last week and nobody was elected to the Hall of Fame this year, it signaled a tipping point in…

Sportsmen – By Doug Keenholts

Last week, Sports Illustrated announced its choice of Lebron James for 2012 Sportsman of the Year.  As the end of each year nears, every outlet everywhere compiles “best of” and…

Sportsmen – By Doug Keenholts

Last week, Sports Illustrated announced its choice of Lebron James for 2012 Sportsman of the Year.  As the end of each year nears, every outlet everywhere compiles “best of” and…

Nathan Hatalsky – Named Athlete of The Year By Sandy McBride

Nathan Hatalsky is pretty sure he was tossing a football around before he could walk, and it’s a safe bet that he learned how to tackle taking down his older…

Time to Go Home By Doug Keeholts

 Last week, the Big East announced that Tulane University and East Carolina University had accepted invitations to join the conference in 2014 — Tulane in all sports and East Carolina…

The Year of the Coach – By Doug Keenholts

  If you could have any job in sports right now, one that should be at or near the top of the list is agent for a head coach.  If…

Secretary of Sports by Doug Keenholts

  It’s election season, and no matter what side of the aisle you reside on, I think we can all agree that the mailings, robo-calls, and commercials cannot end soon…

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