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2015 HS football schedule features tough early tests

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Area high school football teams will be challenged right out of the gate this season, none more so than the Amsterdam Rugged Rams and Broadalbin-Perth Patriots.
Both Amsterdam and B-P will play a returning state runner-up and a returning sectional finalist in the first two weeks of their respective 2015 seasons, which are scheduled to open the weekend of Sept. 4 and 5.
Amsterdam will open its season Sept. 4 in Syracuse against defending Section II Class B runner-up ...
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Experienced group leading the way for Fort Plain baseball

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FORT PLAIN -- The good-natured jibes between veteran coach Craig Phillips and his team flew back and forth to fill the gym Tuesday evening at Fort Plain High School.
Even entering his 40th season coaching the Hilltoppers baseball program and with 710 victories to his credit, Phillips was still flinging balls across the gym -- tossing a few behind his back -- to give his players a chance to simulate running down fly balls, and the chatter came thick and fast.
These ...
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Canajoharie hopes to contend in WAC

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CANAJOHARIE -- In a division loaded with talent, Canajoharie Cougars baseball coach Brent Watterson believes his team is in the best position in years to make some noise.
Have no doubt, the Western Athletic Conference North Division is flush with talent. Saratoga Central Catholic and Fort Plain tied for the division title in 2014, and both are perennial powers. Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville has its entire team back a season after winning the Section II Class D ...
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Canajoharie big man Gonzalez honored as boys player of the year

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The race for The Recorder's 2014-15 High School Boys Basketball Player of the Year award was as close as it could possibly get. For the entire season, five different players -- Canajoharie's Josh Gonzalez, Amsterdam's Kory Bergh, Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville's Dylan Klock, Broadalbin-Perth's Ryan Dingman and Northville's Danny Reidell -- made their cases.
All of them had strong, consistent efforts throughout the season and produced stretches that made it look ...

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Former county resident arrested for inappropriate contact with minor

COPAKE -- On March 27, SP Livingston Bureau of Criminal Investigation commenced an investigation into allegations of inappropriate contact between a 15 year old female victim and a 60 year old man residing in the town of Copake, N ...

St. Johnsville man convicted of sexually abusing Amish boys

FONDA -- A jury convicted a St. Johnsville man Tuesday of sexually abusing six Amish boys over the course of seven years. In Montgomery County Court, Robert A. Madsen, 48, was found guilty on 37 of 40 charges against him. Madsen f ...

Police Reports - 04/02/2015

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

-- Steven James VanPatten, 34, and Christina Marie McArthur, 25, both of St. Johnsville, were arrested following a traffic stop in the town. Deputies said McArthur was pulled over because she fa ...
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St. Johnsville man arrested for manufacturing meth

ILION -- Joseph Perrigo, 24, of St. Johnsville was arrested by Ilion Police, assisted by the Fulton County probation department, on charges related to a 139 West North St., Ilion meth lab bust on Feb. 18.
He was charged with third ...

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