By Derek Liebig It’s all about the small things for this year’s Granville baseball team. Head baseball coach Duane Dodge said the team has the potential to win some games, but it needs to execute the fundamentals. “In order to be successful we are going to need to be good at the small game. We […]
Following a tight win over Stillwater last Tuesday, the Horde suffered two losses to Hoosic Valley and Hoosick Falls. On April 9, the boys started slow with a scoreless first inning. The Horde picked up the pace in the second and third inning to have a five-run leave, but Stillwater nearly caught up by the […]
Andreas Meyer-Giesow says it’s the little things that are different. The well-mannered 17-year-old exchange student says that fundamentally, life in the United States isn’t dissimilar from life in his native Germany. There are, however, some minor differences. The cars we drive and the homes we live in are different, skyscrapers are much more abundant in […]
South Bay may be covered under a sheet of ice and no one is ready to put away their snow blower, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t time to start thinking about the baseball and softball seasons. The Whitehall Youth League will hold mandatory sign-ups for boys and girls ages four through 15 who are […]
Whitehall Youth League will be holding two more baseball and softball registration sessions at the Recreation Center. They will run from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday March 10 and Tuesday, March 15. Youth ages 5 to 12 may sign up. Registration is $30.
The Whitehall Youth League will hold its first baseball and softball registration Tuesday, March 1, 6 to 8 p.m., Feb. 24, at the Whitehall Recreation Center and will have another session Registration is $30 per player. In addition, each player must sell 40 raffle tickets as well. The league has had raffles in the past, […]
The player, parent coach meeting for spring sports will be held Thursday, March 3, at the Granville Jr./Sr. High School. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. and is mandatory for all athletes at modified, junior varsity and varsity levels who wish to play tennis, track, baseball or softball.
By Bill Toscano The Whitehall Youth League, which provides more than 225 youths in grades 3-6 the chance to play baseball and offers football and cheerleading to about 70, has lost one-third of its funding because of the ban on coin drops. “If you add everything up, we probably spend about $20,000, and about one-third […]
The only responses I’ve been getting to this thing have been attempt to send spam or spread viruses. LOL It’s a between sports time. Little to report as the teams have just begun gearing up for the home stretch of the school year and the final sports seasons of some of their careers. Things […]