Tag Archives: Hadley

Railroaders drop pair

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Whitehall played well at the beginning and end of its game against North Warren but was outscored 41-25 in the second and third quarters as the team suffered its seventh loss of the season. Three players recorded double digit scoring for North Warren as it defeated Whitehall 67-55 on Friday night. Nick Sapienza led North […]

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Annual basketball tourney this weekend

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By Jaime Thomas An event bringing together sports and the community in the name of charity will take place once again this weekend at the 34th annual American Legion basketball tournament. Boys teams from four schools—Granville, Fort Ann, Hadley-Luzerne and Mount St. Joseph Academy in Rutland, Vt.—will play against each other in a friendly competition […]

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Golf team off to 3-2 start

Whitehall lost a key match to Hadley-Luzerne Monday to fall behind the Eagles in the league standings. Hadley narrowly edged Whitehall 3-2 at Bend of the River Golf Club in Hadley. The Eagles top three golfers led the way winning their matches. Scott Broekhuizen earned medalist honors by shooting a 41 in a 2-1 win […]

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Lake George out-hustled and outplayed Whitehall in its season and home opener last Friday. The Warriors were strong offensively and defensively as they beat the Railroaders 6-1. “They beat us to the ball,” said head coach Ceil Brandi, who was disappointed with her team’s play. “They played well and we didn’t.” Emma Donnelly led the […]

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Softball team continues strong play

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Whitehall’s softball team is playing some of its best softball of the season at exactly the right time. The Railroaders have won their last four games to inch their record above .500 in the Adirondack League. On Monday, Whitehall defeated Hadley-Luzerne 15-1. Paxton Peterson led the charge offensively for Whitehall, going 3 for 5 with […]

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Baseball routs Fort Edward, loses to Hadley-Luzerne, Fort Ann

One big swing of the bat was all it took for Hadley-Luzerne to defeat Whitehall Monday evening. Matt Hay hit a grand slam in the third inning and Cory Sahiem limited the Railroadersl to three hits in seven innings as the Eagles defeated Whitehall 4-2. Dillon Griffin scatter six hits in seven innings, recorded seven […]

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Tennis team swept

Despite an improved performance across the board, Whitehall’s tennis team was swept by Greenwich last Wednesday. The Railroaders played better in their second match of the season but unfortunately the results were no better. Alex Wood and Ryan St. Clair, playing at number one and two, respectively, both lost hard fought matches 10-5. Number three […]

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Horde baseball has room for improvement

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By Jaime Thomas Granville baseball players began their season with a hard game in a 16-1 loss at Stillwater on Monday. But Coach Duane Dodge thinks his inexperienced players simply need a little time to learn. The Horde was able to snag one point in the sixth inning, but their hitting was not what it […]

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School considers cost saving tactics

Facing yet another challenging budget season and with no relief in sight, the Whitehall Board of Education is exploring several cost-cutting measures. The board plans to study the feasibility of consolidating its bus routes and will examine whether the district can save money by merging some of its sports programs with neighboring schools. Although Whitehall […]

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Poor first quarter sinks boys basketball

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The Whitehall boys basketball team fell to previously winless Hadley Luzerne 62-55 last Tuesday. The Eagles picked up their first win of the season by outscoring the Railroaders 18-6 in the first quarter. Matt Hay led four players in double figures, scoring 17 points and grabbing 15 rebounds, Jesse DeMarsh netted 15, Caliber Bolt had […]

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Washington County: Visitors, stay away

Washington County has declared a state of emergency resulting in the closure of all non-essential departments.

By PJ Ferguson Washington County is urging visitors, weekenders, second-home owners and short-term rental owners to stay away during the […]

Whitehall fiscal health ‘good’

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By PJ Ferguson The village of Whitehall is in good fiscal health, according to the annual fiscal stress report by […]

Cumberland Farms robbery suspect arrested

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By PJ Ferguson The Whitehall Cumberland Farms armed robbery suspect has found and arrested, police say. Nathan Kupiec, 21, of […]

U.S. Marshals arrest parole absconder in Granville

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By Matthew Saari A U.S. Marshals task force was deployed to the Village of Granville Wednesday evening to apprehend a […]

Village improves fiscal stress rating

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By Matthew Saari For the second year running, the Village of Granville improved its fiscal stress score. The state Comptroller’s […]

Obituary: Joan R. Monger

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RUTLAND — Joan R. Monger 87, formally of Fair Haven, passed away on March 15, 2020, at The Pines at […]

Car hits fallen electric pole

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Occupants stay inside for 90 minutes till power shut off By PJ Ferguson A vehicle drove into a fallen electrical […]

Alcohol, dog droppings concern village

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By PJ Ferguson Whitehall Village Board member Teresa Austin aired multiple concerns she received from individuals regarding allowing the sale […]

Store robbed at knifepoint

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By PJ Ferguson A man armed with a knife robbed the Cumberland Farms store in Whitehall on Monday afternoon. At […]

Officials quash martial law rumors

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By Matthew Saari Rumors have been spreading faster than the novel coronavirus in recent days, following Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 100% […]

Restrictions have little effect in Hartford

The Hartford town hall will still be open for its regular business hours.

By PJ Ferguson The town of Hartford’s operations will go largely unaffected by Governor Andrew Cuomo’s executive order to shut […]

Truck knocks out hydrant

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By Matthew Saari Whitehall’s Department of Public Works employees were working till midnight Thursday after a truck struck a fire […]

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