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Lady Sea Dragons sail to victory over visiting Rams

By ADAM SHINDER For the Express GLOVERSVILLE — The Gloversville-Mayfield Lady Sea Dragons soundly defeated the Amsterdam High School girls swimming and diving team last week.. The teams left it all in the pool last Wednesday as the Lady Rams won just one event in a 101-65 loss to the Lady Sea Dragons. Gloversville-Mayfield coach Mike Harrington said the Lady Sea Dragons focused on moving swimmers around to different events and getting younger competitors experience Wednesday. Jenny Vicker ...
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Spraker, Famiglietti lead B-P past Johnstown

By ADAM SHINDER For the Express BROADALBIN — A little more than three weeks ago, the Broadalbin-Perth boys soccer team couldn't find a way around the Johnstown Sir Bills' defense as the teams played to a scoreless draw in Johnstown. Thursday night, on B-P's home turf, the Patriots were able to hit their mark, coupling their usual dominance in possession with some slick finishing around the net in a 3-0 win on Senior Night at Patriot Field. "We were finishing tonight," B-P head coach Brian ...
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High school sports roundup

BOYS SOCCER B-P 5, Gloversville 0 Austin Famiglietti scored twice in the first half — getting on the board first just 15 seconds into the match when he headed home a cross from Jake Bunker — as the Broadalbin-Perth boys soccer team rolled over Gloversville, 5-0, in the seventh annual Patriot Pink Out Saturday night at Patriot Field in Broadalbin. Keegan Vedder and Stephen Spraker each had a goal and an assist for B-P (10-2-1, 8-2-1 Foothills Council). Will Austin also scored and Zach ...
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B-P cross country teams top Amsterdam

By ADAM SHINDER For the Express A balanced Broadalbin-Perth girls cross country team defeated Amsterdam on Sept. 22, 20-37 — and about a half-hour later, the B-P boys finished the sweep with a 21-38 win. Amsterdam's Olivia Lazarou's finished first in the girls race with a time of 18 minutes, 15 seconds —  1:19 over the B-P duo of Celina Onzo and Gabrielle Larsen. B-P also ran at the Crusader Classic, and while the Lady Patriots don't have a star on Lazarou's order, their top fi ...


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Treestands are used for a variety of reasons by Dick Nelson

With New York's bowhunting season open across the Southern Tier since Thursday and Northern Zone archers sticking it to deer and bear since Sept. 19, it stands to reason more people are perched in trees. When you add to this the number of gun hunters who hunt above ground, you can see why treestand manufacturers are riding high. But, whether used by hunters to put food on the table, photographers looking to capture nature on film or lovers of wildlife who want to enjoy animals in their natural s ...
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DEC Capt. DiDonato hangs up his Stetson by Dick Nelson

There were enough Environmental Conservation Officers at the Polish American Club in Albany last week to establish a decent-sized police force. Not that all of the 330 ECOs in the DEC’s Division of Law Enforcement were there to wish ECO Captain Larry DiDonato a fond farewell. Somebody had to stay home and mind the store. If word ever got out that the whole division was attending DiDonato’s retirement party, fish and game violators would have had a picnic. But 76 well-wishers did atte ...
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Local fishing contest numbers on the rise by Dick Nelson

The Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation held its final contest of the season last Saturday out of Sport Island Pub in Sacandaga Park and according to Randy Gardinier the 126 entrants were more in line with the 127 that participated in 2013 then it was with the 104 that registered last year. As with all GSLFF fishing contests, participants had opportunity to cash in four categories -- Bass, Walleye, Pike and Trout -- with prizes of $300 for first, $200 for second, $100 for third and $50 awa ...
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Fishing event marks the end of summer by Dick Nelson

Forget the long Labor Day holiday weekend and the fact the first full day of autumn is September 23; the "reel" unofficial end of summer is the Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation fall fishing contest. The 14th annual contest takes place today with some 100 anglers expected to participate. Held out of Sport Island Pub on Riverside Boulevard, Sacandaga Park in Northampton, the contest will provide up to $2,600 in prize money -- $17,600 should all of the 20 tagged trout be caught. The only p ...


Letters to the Editor - 09/18/2015

Can't we do better for our pets? To the editor: Two weeks ago, our dog was bitten multiple times by a dog that got out of its back yard in Gloversville. The vet told us he was lucky; one of the bite punctures nearly missed his jugular, and their office has seen many cases like this lately where the injured dog was much worse off. Although there is a leash law ("Dogs at large prohibited") in the city of Gloversville, the responding police officer told us that it was only a civil matter and he co ...

Letter to the Editor - 09/11/2015

Water board misconceptions To the editor, In an effort to dispel some of the misinformation that has been in the media over the past months concerning the Johnstown Charter Review Commission and the dissolvent of the Johnstown Water Board (WB), we the board members wish to present the following information to the water users and taxpayers of the City of Johnstown.   City voters originally adopted the Johnstown Charter in 2000.  Part of the Charter set up a WB to run independently from ...

Letter to the Editor - 08/14/2015

Residents oppose Fonda connector To the editor, Given the recent coverage of the “Fonda Connector” in the Fulton Country media, your readers will want to know that there is indeed considerable opposition to the proposed highway from the residents of Montgomery County. First and foremost, your readers should recognize that the proposed highway will be built almost entirely in Montgomery County, not in Fulton County. Fulton County officials have funded the study; Montgomery County off ...

Letter to the Editor - 07/03/2015

Another successful golf tournament To the editor: The 13th annual Broadalbin Youth Commission golf tournament was held at the Holland Meadows Golf Course June 13 and was a great success. The golfers enjoyed a beautiful day for a round of golf, followed by a delicious chicken barbecue prepared by Dave Early and Lee Zierak from the Sons of the American Legion. The funds raised will go directly to the development of future town park and recreation facility on Route 29. The local businesses and in ...

School News

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College Caravan visits Northville

NORTHVILLE — The CASDA College Caravan visited Northville Central School District Tuesday, Sept. 22. Junior and senior students had the opportunity to meet with representatives from 25 colleges and universities. 
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Education leaders come together for agriculture summit at BOCES

By JOHN BORGOLINI Fulton County Express JOHNSTOWN — Agriculture enthusiasts gathered at the Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services building on Route 67 Tuesday to learn about the opportunities ...
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Family gives $2 million donation to FMCC

By JOHN BORGOLINI Fulton County Express JOHNSTOWN — Fulton-Montgomery Community College officials announced Friday that a $2 million estate of Donald and Violet O'Connell will be donated to the school. Del Salmon, chairman ...
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Flower sale fundraiser

Senior Danielle Biggers loads flowers into the trunk of a car on Friday, Sept. 25 in the parking lot of Broadalbin-Perth High School. Daniele, her friend Tatiana Ivery, and other classmates delivered flowers to buyers for a fundra ...

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