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Reidell lifts Northville past Galway

NORTHVILLE — Danny Reidell kept up his torrid play to start the season, topping the 30-point mark for the second straight game as the sophomore scored 31 points to lead Northville in a 79-52 win over Galway in Western Athletic Conference boys basketball action Monday. Reidell buried seven 3-pointers to follow up his 35-point effort in the Falcons' season-opening win Nov. 29 against Sharon Springs. Wolfgang Reinke added 17 points and Will Wilson chipped in 16 points for Northville (2-0, 1-0 ...

Mayfield loses WAC opener to Cougars

After spotting Mayfield five early points, Canajoharie responded by tallying 27 of the game's next 29 points to open up a 20-point lead and never let the Panthers get back in the game as a balanced offensive effort and smothering defensive performance sent the Cougars to a 55-31 victory. It was the opening game of the Western Athletic Conference schedule for both teams. For Mayfield (0-3, 0-1), it continued a trend of early-season offensive struggles. Though Albertin scored a game-high 13 points ...

Area high school sports schedule

DECEMBER 12 BOYS BASKETBALL Northville at Mayfield, 7 p.m. Schuylerville at Broadalbin-Perth, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL Broadalbin-Perth at Schuylerville, 7 p.m. Mayfield at Northville, 7 p.m. DECEMBER 15 BOYS BASKETBALL North Warren at Northville, 7 p.m. BOWLING Johnstown at Broadalbin-Perth, 4:30 p.m. DECEMBER 16 BOYS BASKETBALL Mayfield at Galway, 7 p.m. Broadalbin-Perth at Amsterdam, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL Amsterdam at Broadalbin-Perth, 7 p.m. DECEMBER 17 GIRLS BASKETBALL Galway at Mayf ...
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Patriots look solid in 59-31 win over Bulldogs

By ADAM SHINDER For the Express RICHMONDVILLE — When things are at their best for the Broadalbin-Perth boys basketball team, the Patriots’ plentiful array of pressure defenses translate directly into baskets at the other end of the court. Things were at their best for the Patriots quite a lot Tuesday night against the Cobleskill-Richmondville Bulldogs. “We made the emphasis in the locker room before the game on defense,” said B-P senior forward Ryan Dingman. “We we ...

Columns

Deer hunting season doesn’t end with a bang by Dick Nelson

New York's regular big game hunting seasons are coming down to the wire. The gunning season ended Sunday and, unless you shoot something during the late bow and muzzleloader seasons, you'll have to go through a whole year of greasy pork chops, plain old beefsteaks, or other store-bought vittles. Both the late bow and muzzleloading seasons end in the Northern Zone Dec. 14 and in the Southern Tier Dec. 16. At any rate, it would be far better to nourish yourself with a healthy fat-free venison stea ...
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For many, the big game season is over by Dick Nelson

New York's Southern Zone big game hunting season may end Dec. 7, but for the vast majority of hunters it ends last weekend — regardless of whether they fill their tag or not. By all accounts, there haven't been many hunters in the woods since the opener and it reflects in the kill. According to DEC spokeswoman Wendy Rosenbach, the reported statewide harvest stands at 64,000 which is five percent lower than what was taken during this same time last year — and that includes the deer ta ...
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Both hunters and DEC officers have been busy by Dick Nelson

It's been feast or famine for most big game hunters since the season opened along the Southern Tier last weekend, with an emphasis on famine. According to DEC Regional Citizen Participation Specialist Wendy Rosenbach the reported kill is down by about 5 percent from this same time last year. That would be understandable if weather conditions were similar to what hunters in Buffalo and the surrounding areas are experiencing. But, weather-wise, the first several days of the season were pretty dece ...

New York’s big game hunters hit the trails by Dick Nelson

New York’s big game hunting season opened across the Southern Zone Saturday and if it’s anything like previous years, hundreds, maybe even thousands of deer hunters will step into the woods without as much as a clue on what to expect. I’m referring to the hunters that never take the time to do any pre-season scouting. All they know is that it’s opening day and as long as they have enough ammunition to shoot at a herd of deer, they’re good to go. Many of them arrived ...

Viewpoints

The show must go on (and on) in Mayfield

Hurry, hurry. Step right up to the three-ring Mayfield Circus. In the first ring, you'll see Steven Salton, neighborhood owner of three tigers and two leopards. See Salton and his attorney James Doyle jump through flaming hoops in their attempts to keep these animals. In the second ring, see the Mayfield zoning board of appeals, town justice, Fulton County court judge, a state supreme court judge and an appellate court all pile out of a clown car with seltzer bottles, squirting corsages and bulb ...

Letters to the Editor - 09/05/2014

Benefit concert for family was a success To the editor: I would like to thank the newspaper for the thorough coverage of the summer concert hosted and sponsored by the Mayfield United Methodist Church to raise funds to help the St. Louis family who lost their home in a fire. The story was one of the many ways we reached out to friends for support. Thank you Caroline for the interview and the pictures. This helped our concert to be successful. I also would like to thank all the performers and es ...

Time to remove exotic animals

After years of doing battle with the town of Mayfield in New York State courts, and losing every step of the way, it’s time for the town to enforce its cease and desist order against exotic animal business owner Steve Salton. Mr. Salton has kept at least three full-grown tigers and two leopards in a back yard enclosure in an R-1 residential district for several years and charged money to exhibit them. In June 2011, Mayfield town code enforcement officer Michael Stewart notified Salton that ...

Letters to the Editor - 08/15/2014

Talk to your kids about gambling To the editor: Before you read this article it is only fair to state that we are neither for nor against gambling. Gambling can be a fun activity for adults, when done responsibly. We are writing this letter because we are concerned with youth and “problem gambling” and feel we have information for parents that can be helpful. It’s important to first understand what gambling is. Webster’s Dictionary defines gambling as, “to stake or ...

School News

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Northville students take the stage in ‘Cafe Murder’

By CAROLINE MURRAY For the Express NORTHVILLE — Who killed Rosemary, the most demanding and regrettable customer at “Cafe Murder?” If you attend Northville High School’s senior play, you might just find ou ...

Capital project timeline outlined for school board

By CAROLINE MURRAY For the Express MAYFIELD — Representatives from an architectural firm presented a timeline for a proposed capital project at a Mayfield Central School District board of education meeting this month. The d ...

Mayfield Central School District first quarter honor roll

MAYFIELD — The following students have been named to the first quarter honor roll at Mayfield Jr. Sr. High School: ACADEMIC   EXCELLENCE (95 and above) Grade 12 — Alyssa Austin, Alyssa Davis, Austin Davis, Maryssa ...
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Broadalbin-Perth high school art students complete felting workshop

Students in Wendy Carroll’s high school art class at Broadalbin-Perth completed a two-day workshop on wet felting, Tuesday, Nov. 25, and showed off their finished projects and a few pieces in progress. The workshop, taught b ...
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