Paul Bricoccoli Sr. is part of a coaching legacy at Glens Falls High School, one of only three head football coaches in the last 65 seasons. Now, he is poised to join another select brotherhood — the Capital Region Football Hall of Fame.
UPDATED: with Chris Doody's coaching record at Corinth.
GLENS FALLS — Josh Griffen’s senior season of football culminated in a state championship, but it wasn’t exactly the season he had envisioned.
Girard, Lilac, Luke honored by state
NOTE: Warrensburg filled its open date this Saturday, Sept. 2, and will host Woodstock (Vt.) at home, 1 p.m. Also, Granville filled its opening in Week 5, and will play Friday, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. at Springfield (Vt.). Read more
Patrick Morency is leaving the Bolton girls soccer program after seven years as head coach.
The alarm, with its annoying siren sound, went off at 5:05 a.m. Breakfast was a cup of yogurt.
HOMER -- Bolton made it to halftime in a scoreless tie with Poland on Saturday, and there was hope.
The Glens Falls Civic Center retained the State Girls Volleyball Tournament in a vote taken at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s executive committee meeting Friday in Troy.
Kevin Crossman of Glens Falls and Cathy Stanilka of Lake George were among those named coaches of the year for the 2015-16 season by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association on Tuesday.
Graceann Bennett was named MVP for the second straight year as the Adirondack League announced its volleyball all-star team. Bennett had 425 kills and 85 aces this season.
GLENS FALLS — Walter Panas’ first state championship in any sport was in sight, but Kings Park made the Panthers work for it. The Kingsmen came close to forcing a fourth set in the Class A final of the State Volleyball Tournament
Section honors boys soccer stars
Two Fort Ann players and one from Stillwater were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-New York team for 2016.
MIDDLETOWN — Fort Ann was 5 minutes, 23 seconds away from defending its state championship.
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Five area players recently were named to the all-state field hockey team.
Hoosick Falls and Warrensburg led the Adirondack-Wasaren League field hockey all-stars with four players each on the first team.
Queensbury and Schuylerville each placed four players on the 2016 Foothills Council field hockey all-star team.
Queensbury placed three girls on the first team of the Foothills Council all-star team for girls tennis.
Queensbury's No. 1 singles player, Olivia Fraser, reached the quarterfinals of the Section II Individual Girls Tennis Tournament last week.
GREENWICH — The Greenwich Witches’ trust paid off Tuesday.
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Her name catches one’s attention first.
GLENS FALLS — Mia Cote brought two hats. Glens Falls athletic director Chip Corlew said that just illustrated how prepared she always is.
ITHACA — Glens Falls senior Mia Cote finished seventh overall, and sixth among public school swimmers, in the 100-yard butterfly ‘A’ final of the State Girls Swimming and Diving Championships at Ithaca College on Saturday.
ITHACA — Queensbury junior Megan Cook placed seventh overall, with 475.15 points, in the diving finals Friday at the State Girls Swimming and Diving Championships at Ithaca College.
Adirondack League X-C stars named
Saratoga Springs sophomore Kelsey Chmiel was named the overall Runner of the Year and Sophomore of the Year when the all-state cross country teams were announced.
WAPPINGERS FALLS — South Glens Falls senior Regina Rosati was the top local finisher at the Federation Cross Country Championships at Bowdoin Park on Saturday.
Four area runners will compete at the Federation Cross Country Championships Saturday at Bowdoin Park in Wappingers Falls.
ITHACA — Noah Bonn of Queensbury High School finished tied for 83rd in the State Boys Golf Championships at Cornell University on Monday.
Queensbury's Noah Bonn will compete in the State Boys Golf Championships on Sunday and Monday at Robert Trent Jones Golf Course in Ithaca.
Queensbury placed three golfers on the Foothills Council Golf All-Star Team.
Whitehall had two golfers named to the Adirondack League's golf all-star team. Garrett Stevens and Matthew Redmond earned the honor for the Railroaders.