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Talking Local Hoops with Steve Dagostino

Steve Dagostino of @DagsBasketball joins Brady Farkas to talk about his upcoming events this summer, the rapid growth of his basketball training program, who he's working with, his thoughts on Scotia-Glenville, AAU and more

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Cremo, Rooney Named NYS Players of the Year

After a phenomenal winter season, the recognition keeps rolling in for Section II's best basketball players.

Joe Cremo (Scotia) was named the NYS Class A Player of the Year after helping lead the Tartans to the Section II, Regional, State and Federation championships

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Local Product Gives Back to Local Players

Do you know what some of the best players in the Capital Region have in common?

Did you watch Section II basketball this season and wonder how some of these players got so good?

Chances are, they are working out with Steve Dagostino

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Getting to Know the State Champs (Audio)

In the days where some people just use high school athletics as a venue to get to college athletics, it’s sometimes hard to remember what is so great about high school sports.

It’s the camaraderie of playing with the kids you grew up with

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Breaking Down the Federation: Albany Academy (Audio)

Tonight marks the beginning of the New York State Federation Tournament of Champions, and thus ends our team previews.

But perhaps we saved the best for last. Albany Academy is the reigning Federation champ in Class A and they’ll look to repeat this weekend. The Cadets open up with the No. 1 team in New York State, Scotia, tonight at 8:30 at the Times Union Center.

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Breaking Down the Federation: Scotia (Audio)

Today it’s part two of our three-day series to preview the New York State Federation Tournament of Champions.

We kick off our Class A preview by looking at the Scotia-Glenville Tartans, who will take on reigning federation champion Albany Academy on Friday, 8:30 p

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Section II Produces Three State Champs (Audio)

The schedule keeps saying that spring is coming and basketball season is winding down, but it really feels like this season just keeps on going.

And for Section II, it does.

Three Capital Region teams captured New York State Championships this past weekend at the Glens Falls Civic Center including Green Tech (AA), Scotia (A) and Hoosic Valley (C)

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Scotia starters rejoice on the bench with just seconds remaining in the team's win against Bishop Ludden.
Scotia starters rejoice on the bench with just seconds remaining in the team's win against Bishop Ludden.
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Six Section II Teams Advance to Final Four

Six teams from Section II will have a chance to play for a coveted state championship next weekend. It was yet another great weekend of basketball that highlighted the best this area has to offer. Five of the eight teams in action got to play at Hudson Valley Community College on Saturday, and a great crowd came out all day to see the action

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Updated Section II Regional Schedule

Three Section II representatives took to the hardwood on Wednesday, with the Scotia boys and the Fort Edward girls winning to advance to the regional finals this weekend. Here is a look where Section II stands right now

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Section II Weekend Reactions

Last week’s five-overtime, 52-minute Class AA boys’ semifinal between Guilderland and Columbia will go down as one of the best games in Capital Region history.

It’s definitely the best game I have ever seen

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Section II Thursday Thoughts

The sectional basketball finals are set across all classes after Thursday night action.

We’ll talk about the Class A boys in the back half of this recap, but last night I changed it up and went over to Hudson Valley to watch the Class AA girls’ semifinals

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Photo by Al Tielemans /Sports Illustrated/Getty Images
Photo by Al Tielemans /Sports Illustrated/Getty Images
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Silver Medalist Has Local Ties

United States skiier Andrew Weibrecht used an improbable run to win the silver medal in the Super-G at the Winter Olympics in Sochi on Sunday.

Weibrecht hails from Lake Placid, N.Y. but has a Capital Region connection

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