Tag Archives: Highest Score

Lady Horde has high game, takes home pair of losses

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By Jaime Thomas The Lady Horde basketball team scored its highest game yet last Friday in a 52-40 loss to Schuylerville. “Granville came out strong in the first quarter and the only time with the lead, but Schuylerville finished in the fourth with their press,” Coach Jenn Goff said. The end of the first quarter […]

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Rifle club claims county title

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The Whitehall Rifle Club cemented its place as champion of the Tri-County Rifle League by defeating Reynolds Road 977-938 last Thursday. Whitehall was led by John Hollister who fired his second perfect 200 of the season and finished as the league’s top shooter with a sterling average of 197.7. Jason Pratt had the second-highest score […]

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Lakes Classifieds – 07/24/15

North Country Freepress – 07/24/15

Weekender – 07/24/15

Northshire Freepress – 07/24/15

Lakes Region Freepress – 07/24/15

Classifieds 07/22/15

A perfect season, game by game

Granville Football 1930

By Jamie Norton The 1930 Granville High School football team had a lot to live up to. The year before, […]

Schulz ends hunger strike, Haff pledges support

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By Dan King A supervisor says he is growing frustrated with the “politics” of the Washington County Board of Supervisors. […]

Two Granville men recognized for helping in escapee hunt

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By Dan King It’s not every day that a member of the Washington County Sheriff’s Department gets called on a […]

Bigfoot film to offer ‘new angle’

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By Dan King Filming of Bigfoot-related shows has been the topic du jour in Whitehall lately, and that continues. Seth […]

Opera to return to Granville

By Christina Scanlon There was a time an impressive stone and brick building flanked the intersection at Main and North […]

School ‘tweaks’ behavior program

By Dan King Interim superintendent Bill Scott said when he started that Whitehall’s school district needed to continue its newly […]

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