High School Sports

Schultz Holds Own in First AAA Start
Making his first start at the AAA level as he continues his ascent to the Major Leagues, Maple Hill graduate Jaime Schultz held his own on Saturday night.
Pitching for the Durham Bulls, Schultz went 4.1 innings, allowing just two earned runs...
Huerter’s Image Becomes New Shen Hoops Logo
While at Shenendehowa, standout guard Kevin Huerter accomplished nearly everything. He helped the Plainsmen win two consecutive Section II titles and also helped Shen capture the NYSPHSAA Championship in 2014-15.
But now, Huerter will add one more thing to his list of accomplishments and a legacy tha…
Schultz Earns Spot at AAA
Maple Hill graduate Jaime Schultz is now one step closer to the ultimate goal of reaching the Major Leagues. The right-hander has earned a spot on the AAA Durham Bulls of the Tampa Bay Rays system.
Schultz dominated in AA a season ago, striking out 168 batters in just 135 innings for the Montgomery B…
Jimmer and the Knicks Headed to Playoffs
Despite losing their last game of the regular season, the Jimmer Fredette-led Westchester Knicks are heading to the D-League playoffs.
It means more chances to see the Glens Falls star play. He is leading the way for the Blue and Orange with 21...
NBA: 19-year-old HS Star Declares
With the one-and-done rule in effect, there aren't many players left in the NBA that came to the league via high school. But that may soon change.
In an announcement via Bleacher Report,19-year-old five star recruit, Thon Maker, confirmed his intentions to declare for the NBA draft...
Local Grad Helps Coach GW to NIT Title (AUDIO)
Last night, the George Washington University Colonials captured the NIT championship at Madison Square Garden with a 76-60 win over Valpo.
The Colonials, of the Atlantic 10, won their school record 28th game.
It's the first postseason championship of any kind for the Colonials...
Columbia Grad Kevin Smith Talks Maryland Baseball (AUDIO)
Columbia High School graduate Kevin Smith is helping lead the Maryland baseball team again this season. After starting 65 of 66 games for the Terps a season ago, Smith has started all 25 contests for Maryland this season (13-12).
The Terps made a deep run a season ago in the national playoffs and are…
Undecided Recruit Rocks Jam Fest
College Basketball is coming to a close with the Final Four being played later this week, but next season is already looking exciting with a number of incoming freshmen. Last night, a number of McDonald's All-Americans joined together in Chicago at the Powerade Jam Fest to showcase their talent…
Albany Native Helping GW Make NIT Run (AUDIO)
Here at 104.5 The Team and 1045theteam.com, we love to find local success stories. We enjoy bringing the listener stories of Capital Region natives who are doing big things.
Today, we spoke to Carmen Maciariello, an Albany native who is an assistant basketball coach at George Washington University...
Albany Academy Captures Federation Championship (AUDIO)
After five Section Two teams failed to yield a state championship in boys' basketball, the Albany Academy Boys basketball team captured the Class A Federation Championship.
Academy, which does not compete in the Section II or NYSPHSAA Tournament, represents the Independent Schools at the Federat…
Huerter Named Gatorade NYS Player of Year
Big news out of Shenendehowa: Senior standout guard Kevin Huerter has been named the Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of New York.
He follows in the footsteps of Niskayuna standout Garrett Whitley, who earned the same award on the baseball diamond after the 2015 campaign...
Troy High Preps For State Title (AUDIO)
After dispatching CBA-Syracuse in the NYS Regional Final, the Troy High School boys' basketball team is just two wins away from a New York State championship in Class A.
Rich Hurley's team will play against Williamsville-South (Buffalo Area) at 9 a...

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