With Mother Nature looking over their shoulders, schedule-makers are getting ready for the Fall II sports season.
Whitehall and Granville are moving toward having a joint football team after the Whitehall school board on Monday approved the merger.
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.
Fort Edward will join South Glens Falls in a football merger approved Monday night by both school boards for the fall of 2021.
The Corinth and Lake George/Hadley-Luzerne football programs have struggled with declining numbers in recent years.
For Thanksgiving, here's a walk down memory lane as we remember some of the area's best high school football games of the last 10 years.
The latest in our "Where Are They Now" series features the Glens Falls football team of 1984.
Like many local college athletes, South High graduate Joe Endieveri is missing his senior season at Cortland State.
High school officials have no games this fall, so they're getting ready for the spring
There's not much left to the fall high school sports season. The Foothills will play only low-risk sports while the Adirondack move its entire…
Fall sports in the Foothills Council is awaiting a final decision by member school superintendents; an announcement is expected Wednesday.
The Wasaren League postponed its entire fall sports season until early spring on Monday. The Adirondack League is voting on what to do, while …
Sports Editor Greg Brownell looks at what's coming up in high school sports news this week.
Area coaches and players react to the state decision to move football and volleyball to the spring of 2021.
The Section II Executive Committee on Thursday gave the green light to low- to- moderate-risk fall sports to begin practicing on Sept. 21.
There will be no high school football or volleyball played this fall. State sports officials announced on Wednesday those sports will move to …
We're still in uncharted waters as local high schools consider playing fall sports.
Guidelines for playing sports during the coronavirus pandemic were released Friday night by the New York State Public High School Athletic Ass…
The state revised some rules for high school sports on Monday and plans to issue a full set of guidelines on Friday.
There's a long way to go before high school athletes play any games this fall.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday gave the go-ahead to low-risk interscholastic sports like soccer and cross country, but football must wait at this time.
Local high school athletic fields sit empty this week, which was supposed to be the first week of fall sports practice. Normally, school field…