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Four CHS teams earn Scholar Athlete status

CANAJOHARIE -- Four Canajoharie High School spring varsity athletic teams have earned the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar Athlete Team Award. ?These teams had a third quarter team average of 90 or above for the required number of participants per sport. ?“Thank you to all our student-athletes, coaches, teachers and staff who all played a big role in this tremendous accomplishment,” Athletic Director Brian Dunn said.?The Scholar Athlete teams are: Girls ...

OESJ edges Fort Plain in dramatic fashion

ST. JOHNSVILLE -- In another dramatic meeting between Western Athletic Conference North Division baseball rivals, the Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Wolves remained in the hunt for a share of the division title by rallying for four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to snatch a 4-3 win from the Fort Plain Hilltoppers Tuesday.
Down 3-0 in the seventh, Jack Brundage led off for OESJ (12-2, 6-2 WAC) with a single off Jesse Heroth. A walk to Jack Dudar and a single by Dylan Klock loaded the ...

6th Annual Lady Hilltoppers Golf Scramble to be held June 18

CANAJOHARIE -- The 6th Annual Lady Hilltoppers Golf Scramble will be held at the Canajoharie Golf and Country Club on June 18. Funds raised during this event will help send the district's student-athletes to team camp and provide camp scholarships, also providing shoes, socks and equipment.
The money is also used to donate funds to the Jimmy V Foundation and the Kay Yow Fund for Cancer Research, along with local causes and charities.
Registration will begin around noon with a shotgun start at 1: ...
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Fort Plain tops OESJ 6-5 in 12-inning classic

For the C-S-E

FORT PLAIN -- After 12 innings, three-and-a-half hours and enough dramatic twists and turns to make for a pretty good Netflix series, last Wednesday's epic baseball game between the Fort Plain Hilltoppers and Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Wolves came down to fractions of an inch.
Left for dead multiple times only to improbably stay alive, the Hilltoppers had the winning run at third base in the form of eighth-grader Brady Fureno, who earlier in the inning was r ...

Police Reports

Police Reports - 05/20/2016

Amsterdam Police Departments

-- Victor J. Coles, 34, of 60 Center St., Fort Plain, was charged May 2 on a warrant for third-degree assault for an incident on Market Street in November. Coles was held pending arraignment.

Police Reports - 04/29/2016

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

-- Nicholas A. Luzinas, 31, of 312 New Turnpike Road, Fort Plain, was charged Wednesday, April 20 with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Deputies stopped Luzinas for ...

Police Reports - 04/22/2016

Gloversville Police Department

-- James Wagoner, 17, of Fort Plain was arrested by Gloversville Police on April 10 after officers received a complaint that he attempted to strike a female victim in the head with a baseball bat.
A ...

Police Reports - 04/15/2016

St. Johnsville Police Department

-- Nina M. Hilmyer, 58, of Sharon Springs, was arrested by village police on March 26 after she went to a residence, knocked on a door and punched a female subject in the face. She was charged wit ...

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