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7-on-7 workouts give local football teams head start

By MICHAEL KELLY For the Express In stealth, the high school football season is already underway — or perhaps it never really ended. “Football,” Broadalbin-Perth assistant coach Vinnie Calderone said Thursday night, “really doesn't end.” “This is all year,” Amsterdam High School head coach Doug Edick agreed. Those sentiments were shared at B-P’s Patriot Field, where prospective gridiron stars from AHS, B-P, Cobleskill-Richmondville, Gloversville a ...
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B-P’s Newfrock entering special Air Force program

By MICHAEL KELLY For the Express BROADALBIN — As his former classmates and football teammates from Broadalbin-Perth are finding jobs or preparing for the next school year, Zach Newfrock is getting ready for one crazy adventure. A senior co-captain for the Patriots on their run to the Section II Class B Super Bowl in 2013, Newfrock found out Wednesday night that he had been granted a spot to begin training to become a Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) specialist as a member o ...
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San Francisco drafts B-P’s Gage in 10th

By ADAM SHINDER For the Express Matt Gage was following the Major League Baseball draft online on June 6, wondering if and when the moment would come that his name would be called. When the 10th round came along and the San Francisco Giants made the 298th overall selection, the wait was over. Gage, a 2011 Broadalbin-Perth High School graduate and a junior pitcher at Siena College, had his foot in the door in the world of professional baseball. “I was speechless. I even broke down with a f ...
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Coveney, LeBlanc in state championships

By MICHAEL KELLY  For the Express BROADALBIN — As junior Jake Coveney heads to the outdoor track and field state championships to compete in the pentathlon, his Broadalbin-Perth head coach is optimistic. “There are points to be found,” Jeff Richards said at Tuesday’s practice. Coveney does not need to find too many after his performance at last week’s Section II state qualifiers. The B-P junior enters Friday’s start to a two-day competition as the No. 2 ...


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Wildlife Sports Museum has plans to expand by Dick Nelson

Curator Bob Kazamierski  of the Wildlife Sports and Education Museum in Vail Mills, is in the process of clearing the adjacent land and has the blueprint for an additional 12,000 square foot building. He has written and called DEC Commissioner Joe Martens office, wanting to speak to him about the possibility of getting some monetary assistance from the Wildlife Restoration Program, money the state receives from excise taxes on sporting equipment such as firearms, ammunition, bows, arrows, f ...
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Dave’s monthly contest yields some nice fish by Dick Nelson

Dave Allen, of Dave’s Bait and Tackle in Northville, tells us that Luke Olson of Northville took the first- and second-place spots in the bass category of the shops monthly fishing contest with 17 5/8 inch and 16 3/4 inch smallmouths. John Stewart, of Wells, was third with a 14 inch smallie. Olsen also tied for the top spot in the walleye division with Northville’s Brian Gander each of whom caught 20 inch marbleyes. Stewart was second with 19 1/2, followed by Gander and Edinburgh&rsq ...
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Big turnout for GSLFF fishing contest by Dick Nelson

It’s hard to say if there were more people inside Northville’s Sport Island Pub last Saturday or outside on the pub’s dining deck. There was even a crowd of people sunning themselves on the beach taking full advantage of the official start of summer. Whatever it was, a good many of them eventually found their way over to the Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation’s measuring tent to watch participants bring in their catch during the groups 23rd Annual Summer Fishing Co ...
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Black bass are back on the hook by Dick Nelson

I don’t know if the third Saturday in June was chosen as the opening of the black bass fishing season because of the proximity to the official start of summer or because spawning largemouth and smallmouth bass are generally off the nest, but whatever the reason the season is now open across the state. There is little doubt that when the bass fishing season opened Saturday thousands of bass fishermen were sitting on the edge of their swivel seats, casting everything from shiners and nightcr ...


Letter to the Editor - 07/04/2014

Thanks to library book sale volunteers To the editor: The annual book sale, hosted by The Friends of the Northville Library, will run through Saturday, July 5, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Because the book sale has outgrown the library parking lot, it will be held this year in the Northville Central School gym, located on Bridge St. Admission is free for Friday and Saturday. Over 8,000 "previously read" paperback and hardcover books will be offered for sale at bargain prices. I would like to thank all ...

Letters to the Editor - 06/13/2014

Library not run efficiently To the editor: I feel compelled to respond to Marilyn Sargent’s inaccurate statements regarding my recent letter to the editor. Asserting that I am a “flatlander” may invoke some sort of class warfare satisfaction for Ms. Sargent, but the fact is I am a Northville school district taxpayer (which she is not) and I am concerned. I simply question whether the tax dollars supporting the library are being spent wisely. Whether she agrees with me or not, ...

Letter to the Editor - 05/16/2014

Fix the runaway budget problem To the editor: Tax funded institutions are micro-socialistic entities and like socialistic nations who create supporters that are either privileged by or dependent on the system to protect it. This support is not deterred by logic, reality or necessity it just wants the system to go on and those on the inside reap the personal benefits of it. They do not reflect the trials and tribulations that the rest of the population has to deal with on a daily basis. This is ...

Letter to the Editor - 05/09/2014

Looking at the library budget To the editor: I would like to respond to the informative letters to the editor by Mark Collins which appeared in the Sacandaga Express entitled “School spending is out of control” and “Getting our money's worth.” If Mr. Collins thinks that “school spending is out of control” then he should look very closely at the budget being proposed by the board of trustees of the Northville Public Library. The budget is on the ballot of the ...

School News

Mayfied hires interim school head

By CAROLINE MURRAY For the Express MAYFIELD — The Mayfield Central School District Board of Education has named an interim superintendent for the 2014-15 school year, after failing to hire a full-time candidate this past Ju ...

Area college graduates & scholars

Sikora named to Siena College dean's list  LOUDONVILLE — Alicia Sikora, of Broadalbin, has been named to Siena College dean's list for spring 2014 semester, where she is majoring in history. To be named on the dean's li ...

Mayfield announces honor roll

MAYFIELD — The Mayfield Jr. Sr. High School announces its fourth quarter Honor Roll for June. Academic Excellence (95 and above): Grade 12 — Lindsey Barber, Mackenzie Biggers, Alexander Colby, Lucas Cole, Mathias Krutz ...

B-P board of education holds organizational meeting

By CAROLINE MURRAY For the Express BROADALBIN — A new president and vice president were appointed at  Broadalbin-Perth Central School District’s  reorganizational Board of Education meeting Monday. Former bo ...

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