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Lori Mahan

Thursday, 13 December 2018 17:12

Local All-Star Moments

Spa Catholic Girls Basketball
SCC-34 v. North Warren-54 Ryleigh O'Connell led the way with 7 points and 8 rebounds.  Ashley Upson did a great job on the point with 6 points and 4 steals. Saratoga Catholic:  Overall  1-2, Conference 0-0 Ashley Upson:  3 0 0-0 6 Katie Cronin:  0 1 0-0 3 Ryleigh O'Connell:  3 0 1-4 7 Ria Walsh:  1 0 0-0 2 Grace O'Reilly:  2 0 0-0 4 Faith McKenna:  1 0 0-0 2 Sarah Custer:  0 0 0-0 0 Lauren Maher:  1 0 1-2 3 Anne McKenna:  1 0  0-0 2 Molly O'Reilly:  2 0 1-2 5 Totals:  14 1 3-8 34 Ashley Upson led Saratoga Catholic with 7 points, Katie Cronin had 8 rebounds and Ryleigh O'Connell was 6-6 from the foul line. Saratoga Catholic:  Ashley Upson:  3 0 1 7 Katie Cronin:  0 0 0 0 Emy Murray:  0 0 0 0 Ryleigh O'Connell:  0 0 6 6 Grace O'Reilly:  1 0 0 2 Faith McKenna:  0 0 2 2 Lauren Maher:  2 0 0 4 Anne McKenna:  0 0 0 0 Molly O'Reilly:  0 0 0 0 Totals:  6 0 9 21

Local Coeds Cheer  on Syracuse Football
SYRACUSE - Three recent graduates of Suburban Council schools will be on the sidelines December 28 in Orlando, Florida cheering on the Syracuse University football team as they take on West Virginia in the Camping World Bowl (5:15 p.m. on ESPN).  Madison Dallas (Saratoga Springs - Class of 2017), Brenna Hart (Shenendehowa - Class of 2017) and Caitlyn Harley (Shaker – Class of 2016) are all members of the Syracuse University Coed Cheer Team.  The trio made the team, which cheers for the Orange for both football and men’s basketball seasons, during tryouts held in May.  This is Caitlyn’s third season on the squad and the second for both Madison and Brenna.  All three girls cheered for their respective high school during their time in the Capital District with Madison and Brenna also cheering for the private cheer gym Cheer Intensity in Green Island. In addition to their cheer responsibilities during Syracuse football and basketball seasons, the team also gets the opportunity to appear at special events and at Syracuse area fundraisers.  They were part of the opening ceremonies at the New York State Fair this past summer and attended events benefitting the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central New York, the United Way and the Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital to name a few.   Madison, Brenna and Caitlyn were also recently chosen to be members of the cheer team that will represent Syracuse University at the UCA College Cheerleading and Dance Team National Championships held in Orlando, Florida on January 18-20, 2019.  Direct any questions to Madison Dallas at (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Saratoga Blue Knights Bantam Team
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Saratoga Blue Knights Bantam A Team won the CHE Bantam Hockey Tournament held December 7-9.  They defeated Ajax Knights from Ajax, Ontario 4-2. Saratoga Blue Knights player, Julia Amodio, was named MVP for the tournament.

Saratoga Blue Streaks Hockey
SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Saratoga Blue Streaks Varsity hockey team opened their season with two games played at the Ice Hutch in Mount Vernon, NY winning both. The Saratoga Blue Streaks played the John Jay Indians in a game at 8:30 p.m. on November 30.  After going down 2-0 just past midway through the First Period, and then trailing 4-2 in the Third Period, the Blue Streaks tied the game 4-4, and then went on to win 5-4 in Overtime.  The Saratoga Blue Streaks played North Rockland in a game at 3:30 p.m. on December 1.  There were no goals scored
by either team in the first period.  The Blue Streaks opened up a 3-0 lead in the second period and went on to win 5-1. The Saratoga Blue Streaks Varsity hockey team played their first of two games in the Don Kauth Memorial Tournament at 12:30 p.m. on December 8 at the Weibel Ice Rink.  The Blue Streaks trailed 2-1 after 2 periods and rallied back to go ahead 3-2 with 5-1/2 minutes left in the third period, and then score an empty net goal for a final score of 4-2.  The game results are below. The Saratoga Blue Streaks will play their second game of the tournament against Williamsville
North at 2 p.m. on December 9 at the Weibel Ice Rink. The Saratoga Blue Streaks Varsity hockey team played their second game in the Don Kauth Memorial Tournament against Williamsville North at 1:45 p.m. on December 9 at the Weibel Ice Rink.  The Blue Streaks went down early in the first period on an even strength goal and gave up a second goal later in the period to a Williamsville North power play.  Although the Blue Streaks outshot Williamsville North 35-23, the Blue Streaks suffered their first loss of the season 5-0.  Saratoga’s Xavier Clarke was named defensemen of the tournament.

Spa Catholic Bowling
SARATOGA SPRINGS — On Wednesday, Dec. 5, Spa Catholic took on Stillwater, winning 3-1. For Spa Catholic, Micaela Barbolt took the lead with 633 with Tim Barrett following closely behind with 615. For Stillwater, Cody Julian led the team with 642 with Brandon Dyer coming in second with 589.

Saratoga Regional YMCA/Saratoga  Honda Youth Basketball League
ROTARY JR. DIVISION Saratoga PBA 41 v. Cudney’s Launderers 40 In a game that was a battle from the opening tip off, Saratoga PBA got a last second basket to pull out a 41 to 40 thriller over Cudney’s Launderers. PBA was led by John Gerardi with 17 points along with 10 points apiece from Jared Arpey and Riley Waterhouse and 2 points each from Makenna DiCaprio and Brycen Panis. Cudney’s got 20 points from Tom Maurer, 9 points from Alex Cutler, 8 points from Sam Chaucer in the loss. Pashley Contracting 41 v. Village Photo 26 With the help of Connor Johnson’s game high 24 points and teammates Isaac Ryan who had 10 points, Blake Connery with 2 points, Pashley Contracting defeated Village Photo 41 to 26. The winners got an 8 point first half lead and opened it up in the second half. Kemauri Johnson 9 points, Finn Kelly 6 points, 5 points from Carter Wood and 4 points from Wyatt Wood.
LION’S CLUB SR. DIVISION Synergy Promotions 42 v. Barrelhouse 35 Using a smothering defense in the first half Synergy had a 27 to 12 lead at the end of the first half but the Barrelhouse never gave up and came back in the second half just to fall a little short 42 to 35. Elijah Woods led his team in scoring with 16 points while teammates Pat Deschaine and Thomas Kelly had 6 points each. Noah Rourke had 16 points and Collin Edwards had 10 points in the loss. Raloid Tools 55 v. Saratoga Honda 36 Raloid Tools had a 15 point lead at the end of the first half as they coasted to a 55 to 36 win over Saratoga Honda. Ian Fisk dropped in 17 points to lead his team and teammates Shane Richardson and Paul Steves had 12 points each, Seth Mattice and Will Sambrook each contributed     8 points in the victory.  Noah Joly poured in 13 points along with 11 points for Stephen Bebee and Lucas Welch had 9 points for Saratoga Honda.

Saratoga Regional YMCA Over 50 Basketball League
WEEK FOUR SCORES - WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28 GAME ONE: Nemer - 53 v. Gennaros - 60 Ed Benway led all scorers with 31, and Jim Doern added 14 has Gennaros overcame a half-time deficit to knock off Nemer.  Mike Bentley had 27 and Phil “Fitz” Fitzpatrick scored 19 in the losing campaign. Gennaros - 60: Ed Benway (31), Jim Doern (14) Nemer - 53: Mike Bentley (27), Phil Fitzpatrick (19) GAME TWO: Waltons - 71 v. West Side - 82 Kevin Reilly had 31 points, John Mooney poured in 30 and Paul Aspland added 10 to lead West Side over Waltons.  Bobby Hanson had a game and league high 37 and Tom Kelly had 11 for Waltons. West Side - 82: Kevin Rielly (31), John Mooney (30), Paul Aspland (10) Waltons - 71: Bobby Hanson (37), Tom Kelly (11) GAME THREE: Post Time  - 67 v. D’Andreas - 62 Post-Time defeated D’Andreas led by Patrick Reidy with 28 points in a double-overtime affair.  Pat Correa had 20 and Tony Catalano had 15 for the winning effort.  Post-Time scorers included Tom Welch with 22, David Wolf with 18, Greg Greico adding 11 and Don Davis with 10. Post Time - 67: Pat Reidy (28), Pat Correa (20), Tony Catalano (15) D’Andreas - 62: Tom Welch (22), David Wolf (18), Greg Greico (11), Don Davis (10) GAME FOUR: Mama Mia’s - 64 v. Village Photo - 50 Mark Hixson had a game high 22, with Mark Sohl adding 15, Mike McCamy  and  John Bishop each with 10 for Mama Mia.  Village Photo was paced by Charlie Maurer with 19 and Steve Rucinski with 10 points. Mama Mia’s - 64: Mark Hixson (22), Mark Sohl (15), Mike McCamy (10), John Bishop (10) Village Photo - 50: Charlie Maurer (19),  Steve Rucinski (10)
WEEK FIVE SCORES - WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5 GAME ONE: Mama Mias - 62 v. West Side - 56 Mama Mia’s led by Mark Hixson with 34 points was victorious over West Side. Mark Sohl had 17 and John Bishop 10 for the winning squad. For West Side, Kevin Reilly had 26 and John Mooney added 20. Mama Mia’s - 62: Mark Hixson (34), Mark Sohl (17), John Bishop (10) West Side - 56: Kevin Reilly (26), John Mooney (20) GAME TWO: Post Time - 55 v. Gennaros - 48 Post Time Wine and Spirits posted 55 points in a complete team effort with Pat Reidy leading the way with 23 points.  Alex Marin had 13, Mike Lander 11, and Tony Catalano had 10 for the winning squad.  Ed Benway led all scorers with 30 while Any Sephas had 12 and Wayne Cherry chipped in for 10 for Gennaros. Post Time - 55: Pat Reidy (23), Alex Marin (13), Mike Lander (10), Tony Catalano (10) Gennaros - 48: Ed Benway (30), Andy Sephas (12), Wayne Cherry (10) GAME THREE: Waltons - 86 v. D’Andreas - 67 Bobby Hanson crested the half century mark with 53 points while Joe Twomey added 16 points as Waltons downed D’Andreas.  D’Andreas was led by Dave Wolf with 27 points and Tom Welch with 26 points. Waltons - 86: Bobby Hanson (53), Joe Twomey (16) D’Andreas - 67: Dave Wolf  (27), Tom Welch (26) GAME FOUR: Village Photo - 57 v. Nemer - 48 Village Photo took down Nemer with three players in double digits, Lamont Williams 19 points, Mike Sanlon 17 points and Steve Rucinski adding 12.  Phil Fitzpatrick led the losing squad with 22 points and Mike Bentley had 11 points. Village Photo - 57: LaMont Williams (19),  Mike Scanlon (17), Steve Rucinski (12) Nemer - 48: Phil Fitzpatrick (22), Mike Bentley (11)

Thursday, 13 December 2018 17:08

Athlete of the Week: Devin Crowe

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SARATOGA SPRINGS —  Devin Crowe, a 17-year-old senior at Saratoga Springs High School has been wrestling since the fifth grade.

“I got involved because my cousins were wrestling, and I just decided that I wanted to do it. A lot of the kids in the program made me decide to stick with it. Brant Robinson was wrestling at the same time and so we all just started together on modified and then we just kept going,” Crowe explained.

Crowe is a co-captain this year with Brant Robinson and Doug Cooper.

“I like being captain. I like showing the younger guys what is expected of you, how to carry yourself in school, and also how to help the team out when you need it. Maybe when you’re not necessarily supposed to win a match, you’ll still go out there and you’ll fight the entire match. Just don’t have a quitting attitude no matter what the situation is,” Crowe stated.

Crowe was also a captain on the football field where he plays right tackle and defensive end.

“Wrestling definitely helps me with a lot of balance and footwork and stuff like that. During the off season we’re lifting for football so that helps me get a lot stronger. The only thing it doesn’t help you with is getting bigger,” he laughed.

“You’re trying to be bigger for football and smaller for wrestling,” he explained.


Crowe manages it all by only focusing on one sport at a time. He isn’t mid-football and thinking about what weight he needs to be to wrestle.

“You just take it one sport at a time and go with it,” Crowe said. Crowe manages his wrestling weight, 182, by not eating constantly and not snacking as often. His favorite go-to snack when he can pig out is ice cream. So far this season, he is 8-2.

“Obviously with football, it doesn’t matter how you’re feeling for that individual day. You’ve got to get the whole team on the same page but when it comes to wrestling, you’ve got to get everyone just to have a goal. You have to have a goal in mind for every match and then if you can get everyone to think of that and put their best foot forward, that’s all you can ask them to do. Obviously, you want to win as a team, but you can’t always dictate what the other guys do,” Crowe said, stating the difference between football and wrestling season.

Crowe loves both sports but does have a preference for football, simply because, “you can eat as much as you want all the time,” he laughed.


He is considering playing football in college and is thinking of studying mechanical engineering. His “senioritis” hasn’t hit him yet, he’s averaging a 93 for the school year so far. His biggest support system is his parents, Mike and Cindy, and his grandpa, Dave Gougler.

To catch Crowe in action, check out Sports at a Glance game schedules on page 42.

Thursday, 13 December 2018 17:05

UPCOMING PARENT UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS

UPCOMING PARENT UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Parenting and educating our students is one of life’s most important and demanding pursuits. The Saratoga Springs City School District continues its community-focused mission of supporting our families and community members through Parent University, a series of free, informative programs. Parent University recognizes that behind each successful student are supportive families, teachers, school staff and community members who actively participate in a student’s education. No matter what role you play in our school community. Programs are generally designed with parenting adults in mind, but teens may also benefit from attending certain sessions. 2018-2019 PROGRAMS: Tuesday, January 15:
 “More than Sad” presented by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. This program will be held in the Maple Avenue Middle School Large Group Instruction room (on the second floor) at 6:30 p.m.  “More Than Sad” teaches parents and staff how to recognize signs of depression and other mental health problems, initiate a conversation about mental health with their child, and get help. This is a free program based on funds raised by the Capital Region Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).  Students are
invited to attend this program with their parents/guardians. Tuesday, January 22:
 (Snow date of January 23) Screenagers film showing.  This program will be held in the Maple Avenue Middle School Large Group Instruction Room at 6:30 p.m.  Screenagers probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including the director’s own, and depicts messy struggles, over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. In addition, Skidmore College Assistant Professor Aarathi Prasad, Ph.D will share insight and answer questions about data management and privacy practices when using Internet-connected devices.  Students are invited to attend this program with their
 parents/guardians. Tuesday, February 5:
 “The New Discipline Plan: How to Gain Control of Your Home” presented by Dr. Cale.  This program will be held at Caroline Street Elementary School at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, February 7: “Mind Your Stress” presented by Laurie Newcomer. Details TBD. Wednesday, February 13:  “Escalation: Understanding Signs of Relationship Abuse” presented by Wellspring. Follow a young couple through the very sweet beginnings of their relationship and observe how unhealthy behaviors can escalate into abuse. After watching the short film Escalation, dive into a discussion
guided by a trained facilitator about the early warning signs of relationship abuse and what resources are available in your community. This program will be held at the Saratoga Springs High School Library at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13:  “Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities” presented by Charmaine M. Handler, Community Employment Specialist.  This program will be held at the Saratoga Springs High School Library at 6:30 p.m.  Learn about ACCES-VR services and other resources to help you plan a seamless transition from high school to post-secondary success! Students are invited to attend this program with their parents.

Thursday, 06 December 2018 20:11

Saratoga Blue Streaks Wrestling Preview

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Kris West, varsity wrestling coach at Saratoga Spring High School, is starting his tenth season out strong. A former Blue Streak wrestler and 1994 grad himself, West is no novice to the Saratoga Springs wrestling history.

"I’ve got five guys who placed in the top four of sectionals who are returning for this year. We have Eric Griskowitz, a Section II runner up; Griffin Viviano, who was third in Section II last year; Devin Crowe was fourth in Section II; Brant Roinson, third in Section II; and Doug Cooper was fourth in Section II,” West said.

The varsity team this year is all ninth through twelfth grade, but team star Eric Griskowitz has been wrestling on varsity since the seventh grade.

"Eric’s been on our varsity team since the seventh grade, so he obviously has been around, he's a junior now. He's placed at sectionals three times, he's been in the finals twice. All those other guys I mentioned, they placed in sectionals for the first-time last year,” he said.

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