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Student athletes selected for Section II Class D all-star football team

CANAJOHARIE -- Seven Canajoharie student athletes were selected this year for Section II Class D all-star football team honors.
First team all-star honors went to Jordan Brownell, wide receiver; Jace Fox, quarterback; Sam Decon, offensive tackle; Nathan Ferguson, linebacker and Trever Brownell, defensive tackle.
Honorable mentions went to Mike Hartlieb, defensive tackle and Buck Anderson, special teams.

OESJ's Rylie Smith reaches milestone

OESJ's Rylie Smith reaches milestone
ST. JOHNSVILLE -- Rylie Smith reach a career milestone last Wednesday night, hitting the 1,000-point plateau on her 27th and final point of the night as the dynamic senior guard paced the Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville girls basketball team in a 52-24 rout of Fort Plain Wednesday in Western Athletic Conference action.
Smith came into last Wednesday sitting on 973 points and did the bulk of her work at the free throw line against the Lady Hilltoppers as she ...

Van Loan scores season-high 26 in Fort Plain's 79-58 win over Mayfield

MAYFIELD -- Aiden VanLoan erupted for a season-high 26 points to lead three Fort Plain boys basketball players in double figures, and the Hilltoppers scored 46 points in the second half to soar to a 79-58 win over Mayfield that moved Fort Plain into a tie for second place in the Western Athletic Conference North Division.
Jon Calbet contributed 16 points and Ryan Delaurie scored 15 for the Hilltoppers, who sit at 6-3 in the division as part of a three-way tie with Northville and Oppenheim-Ephrat ...
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Fort Plain's Failing set to pitch at Albany

By ADAM SHINDER
For the C-S-E

As a lefthanded pitcher with a track record of shutting down opposing hitters, Fort Plain native Marcus Failing had his pick of where he wanted to continue his college baseball career next year. With the University of Albany, everything added up for him.
Failing, who will pitch this spring for Herkimer County Community College, recently signed his National Letter of Intent to compete for coach Jon Mueller at UAlbany in 2016. For the former Hilltoppers star, choosin ...

Police Reports

Police Reports - 01/29/2015

New York State Police

-- Kirk Hoensheldt, 55, of Sprakers, was charged with second-degree menacing following a traffic stop in the town of Amsterdam. Hoensheldt allegedly brandished a knife to another driver during an altercation ...

Police Reports - 01/22/2015

In recent arrests:

-- Eldora Oeser, 83 W. Main St., St. Johnsville, was arrested for having an active bench warrant in the town of Minden. Oeser was arraigned in Minden town court and remanded to the Montgomery County Correctiona ...

Police Reports - 01/15/2015

Canajoharie Police Department

-- Allison B. Laubsch, 38, of 58 Cliff St., Canajoharie was arrested for aggravated unlicensed operation in the third degree following a traffic stop on Abeling Street.  Laubsch was arraigned in ...

Police Reports - 01/08/2015

St. Johnsville Police Department

-- Nicholas Erikson, 35, of William St., St. Johnsville, was arrested on Dec. 21 following an incident at Park Place.
Village police stopped the car driven by Erikson after noting some suspicious ...
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