The 2020-21 school sports year was a struggle for the athletes, but in its twilight, there was a chance to celebrate.
Section II moves start of spring sports back to April 25, from a previous start date of May 2. The season will run through June 16.
Queensbury Board of Education Vice President Tim Weaver talks about his desire to see students return to the classroom if the district goes fo…
Playing football in the early spring could be a daunting task amid melting snow, mud and unpredictable weather, but Section II is gearing up for it.
Section II has set a date for the start of the winter sports season, but basketball, hockey and wrestling remain on hold.
The Section II Executive Committee on Thursday gave the green light to low- to- moderate-risk fall sports to begin practicing on Sept. 21.
Global Campaign earned a front-running victory in the Grade I Woodward on Saturday at Saratoga Race Course.
Oscar Nipps Jr. had waited more than 76 years for the salute he received on Tuesday night in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
Cambridge's Sophie Phillips, the state's reigning Class C Player of the Year, has made a verbal commitment to the University of Rhode Island for 2021-22.
Queen Elizabeth II has cancelled her 94th birthday celebration due to coronavirus. Her birthday is usually commemorated with a public celebrat…
There was an error in Tuesday’s edition regarding the Lake George boys basketball team. It is entering its sixth consecutive Section II, Class…
Local girls basketball scoring leaders and state rankings through Jan. 29, 2020.
Correction for boys basketball standings
RECENT CLASS A FOOTBALL CHAMPS
(through Week 7)
BURNT HILLS 7, QUEENSBURY 0