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South Glens Falls tops B-P girls, 45-37

BROADALBIN -- Rylee Coon led all scorers with 15 points as South Glens Falls pulled away in the fourth quarter to notch a 45-37 win over Broadalbin-Perth in Foothills Council girls basketball action Friday night. Claiure Carpenter chipped in 11 points, Felicia Buser scored seven and Alexa Brown contributed six points for South High in the winning effort. Tatiana Ivery paced B-P with nine points, while Nicole Traver scored seven and Erica Kordyjak chipped in six points.  Photos by Trevor Jun ...

Sports schedule

Area high school sports schedule JANUARY 30 BOYS BASKETBALL Mayfield at Saratoga Central Catholic, 7 p.m. Fort Plain at Northville, 7 p.m. Johnstown at Broadalbin-Perth, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL Broadalbin-Perth at Johnstown, 7 p.m. Saratoga Central Catholic at Mayfield, 7 p.m. Northville at Fort Plain, 7 p.m. FEBRUARY 3 BOYS BASKETBALL Northville at OESJ, 7 p.m. Broadalbin-Perth at Scotia-Glenville, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL Scotia-Glenville at Broadalbin-Perth, 7 p.m. FEBRUARY 4 GIRLS BASK ...

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B-P sharp in victory vs. Mekeel SCOTIA  — Robbie Van Brocklin erupted for 19 points, all in the second half, to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a 59-47 victory over Mekeel Christian Academy in a non-league boys basketball game on Wednesday night. B-P used a relentless man-to-man defense in the second half to erase a three-point halftime deficit — 32-29. Mekeel Christian Academy (10-1), ranked No. 12 in the latest state Class B poll connected on just 5-of-29 shots from the field in the ...
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Patriots lose to Gloversville, Queensbury in overtime

GLOVERSVILLE — The Broadalbin-Perth boys basketball team suffered its second straight heartbreaking overtime loss Tuesday night, falling 56-52 to the Gloversville Dragons in Foothills Council action. Ricky Mitchell scored 23 points — including an 8-of-8 performance at the free throw line — to lead the way for Gloversville. The Dragons also got 16 points from Jacquez Nails, nine from Alex Reppenhagen and eight from Taylor McCredie. B-P was led by Vincenzo Dicaterino’s 18 p ...

Columns

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Ice fishing fast becoming a way of life for some by Dick Nelson

If you think these days of winter temperatures aren't fit for man or beast, you don't know the caliber of ice fishermen. They've been out there taking all the nasty stuff Old Man Winter has to offer full in the face and coming back for more. It's not exactly a parade of fishermen making their way across the frozen expanses, but there are enough of them out there to make you sit up and take notice. During the Martin Luther King holiday, the presence of snowmobiles and bundled-up ice anglers were ...

Ice fishermen don’t shiver at the frosty climate by Dick Nelson

You would think any self respecting angler would spend the winter preparing for the opening of trout season. Well, if you are one of those people who thought that way, you thought wrong. Even during the coldest days, when numbing temperatures and winds strong enough to tear the scales off a walleye, area lakes and ponds are dotted with anglers. Apparently many of those fishermen are as cold blooded as the fish they're trying to catch. As for me, I no longer have ice running through my veins. See ...

Some events were hard to foresee in 2014 by Dick Nelson

Predicting the future is no easy task, and while I had no way of foreseeing all of the events in 2014 -- both on a personal and universal level -- eight of my 15 premonitions came to be. As predicted, Gov. Andrew Cuomo reinforced his position on the NY SAFE Act in his 2014 State of the State Address. As predicted, gun legislation, fracking and land access remained hot button issues. As predicted, legal action to overturn the SAFE Act continued as earlier initiatives were stalled. As predicted, t ...
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2014: A storied year for sportsmen in review

Depending on your outlook, 2014 was either a great year or one that failed to lived up to expectations. In my case, it started out on the right path, but sadly ended with the passing of my wife Ann on Dec. 13. But before looking back at this storied year, I want to thank everyone who sent condolences. Your thoughts and prayers were helpful in getting my family and me through the most sorrowful time of our lives. As for 2014, the year began pretty much as it did the year before with gun owners pr ...

Viewpoints

Letter to the Editor - 12/26/2014

Why is state ignoring Fulton County? Dear Editor: On Thursday, December 11, Governor Cuomo announced the latest 2014 grant awards from New York State's Regional Economic Development Councils, including 62 projects in the Mohawk Valley Region. Fulton County was the only upstate county in the state that was totally neglected by this round of the State's economic development program. Our region of the state was hit hard when the American manufacturing sector began shrinking several decades ago. Si ...

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 ...

School News

Area students on F-MCC dean’s list for fall semester

JOHNSTOWN — Fulton-Montgomery Community College recently named students to its dean's list for the fall 2014 semester. Students recognized received a grade point average of at least 3.20. The following are students from the ...
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Town’s photo earns third place prize

RJ Town of the Mayfield Central School District submitted the above photograph to a regional art contest sponsored by eSchool Data, a student management system based in Long Island.  Town won third place and $50, while his cl ...

Businesses supporting incentive program for students at B-P

BROADALBIN — Broadalbin-Perth High School ramped up incentives for students who display positive behavior in school by partnering with area businesses for its Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Program. Through the ...

On the Dean's List

Herkimer College HERKIMER — Caitlyn-Emery-Louise Frye, of Broadalbin, has been named to the Herkimer College dean's list for the fall 2014 semester where she is majoring in Criminal Justice: Forensic Investigations.  To ...
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