Times Union

Guilderland football starts slow and finishes fast to beat CBA 17-7

GUILDERLAND CENTER — Two turnovers on its first two offensive possessions is not exactly a formula for success, yet that is what unfolded for the Guilderland football team Friday night. Instead of withering away, the Dutchmen dug deep and worked through their early difficulties against Christian Brothers Academy. With the...
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Guilderland overcomes early mistakes to beat CBA

GUILDERLAND, N.Y. ( — Guilderland overcame a couple first-half turnovers to score 17 unanswered points en route to a 17-7 win over CBA. It was the Brothers’ second loss in three weeks. The Dutchmen could possibly move up the playoff standings with the victory.
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Lancaster Online

Octorara picks up program-record 7th win in L-L League Section 4 thumping of Annville-Cleona

ATGLEN — Octorara has more than it has ever had, football-wise. But the Braves are far from content. On a cool Friday night on their home turf, the Braves manhandled Annville-Cleona 53-7 in a Lancaster-Lebanon Section Four clash. Mixing just the right amount of passing with a grueling running attack that produced big plays, Octorara notched the first 53 points of the game and led 39-0 at the break.
Daily Gazette

10 numbers to know ahead of Union football’s game at Rochester

SCHENECTADY — After its bye week, Union College football returns to action at Rochester Saturday at noon for a Liberty League matchup. Union (2-0 Liberty League, 6-0 overall) has only played one game this season decided by a single possession, while Rochester (1-2, 2-4) lost three consecutive games before topping Buffalo State 14-7 last week. When Union and Rochester last met in 2019, the Dutchmen won 47-19 in a game in which Union trailed 10-7 late in the first quarter before it scored 37 of the contest’s next 39 points.

M. Golf Competes at Arcadia Fall Invite

LIMERICK, Pa. – Lebanon Valley's Men's Golf team competed at Arcadia University's Fall Invitational at Turtle Creek Country Club on Friday afternoon. Grey Conta led the Dutchmen with a T-19th finish after firing a 79 (+7). Chris Manbeck was right behind Conta with an 81. Josh Abary (83), Mason Baker (85), and Brandon Staniszewski (88) rounded out the Dutchmen five.

FH Wins Seventh Straight, Tops Stevenson

OWINGS MILLS, Md. – Lebanon Valley's Field Hockey team picked up their seventh straight win and clinched a spot in the MAC Commonwealth playoffs with a 4-1 victory at Stevenson on Friday night. The Dutchmen improve to 9-8, 5-2 MACC while the Mustangs fall to 5-9, 2-5. How It Happened.

XC Hosts Annual Last Chance Run Fast Event

ANNVILLE, Pa. – Lebanon Valley's Men's and Women's Cross Country teams hosted its annual Last Chance Run Fast Invitational at Union Canal Tunnel Park on Friday afternoon. LVC head coach James O'Brien '07, M'16 rested a number of his male and female runners, allowing several Flying Dutchmen to focus on next Saturday's Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Championship meet.

Short track star Velzeboer just misses bronze at the world cup in Beijing

Xandra Velzeboer has just missed the bronze in the 500 meters at World Cup short track races in Beijing. Velzeboer was the only one of all Dutchmen who took action in the 500 and 1,500 meters to reach an A-final. Velzeboer finished third in her semifinal after a strong quarterfinal,...
Washington Missourian

Week 9 Football - Owensville 48, St. Clair 44

The St. Clair Bulldogs were able to keep pace with Owensville high-powered offense. St. Clair (5-3, 3-3) traded score for score with the Dutchmen (7-2, 4-2) the whole night in Week 9 before Owensville emerged with a 48-44 home win. Owensville held leads of 14-6 and 28-18 after each of...

Brikic/Cacic Reach Moscow Final

Tomislav Brkic and Nikola Cacic moved into their fourth tour-level final of the season as a team on Friday at the VTB Kremlin Cup, downing Ilya Ivashka and Pedro Martinez 6-4, 4-6, 10-8. The fourth seeds won 85 per cent (34/40) of their first-serve points and rallied from 1/4 in...
Columbia Missourian

Owensville's last minute heroics overcome St. Clair

Owensville's game-winning drive in the final minutes of the fourth quarter pushed it past St. Clair 48-44 on the Dutchmen's senior night. St. Clair scored a touchdown to put it ahead by three with a little over two minutes left . It was just enough time for Owensville to drive the field and win on a rushing TD from senior Austin Lowder.
Times Union

5 things to know about Friday's high school football games

1. La Salle hoped this week’s Class A Capital Division contest against Amsterdam would be to determine the top seed for the division in the four-team playoffs set to start in Week 9. The 21-20 overtime loss last week against Averill Park, however, has made this a must-win situation for the Cadets (3-3 overall, 1-1 division) against the Rugged Rams (5-0, 3-0).