spa catholic

Dale Long Jr. Joins Us
Maple Hill Girls Basketball had a winning streak in the Patroon Conference that went from 2006-2015.
Hoosick Falls football had a 59-game Section II win streak snapped earlier this season.
Those streaks are incredibly impressive, and now we find ourselves in the middle of another great streak in Secti…
Tim Stauffer Released By Twins
Tim Stauffer, one of the players who has helped blaze the trail for Capital Region natives in professional baseball, has been released by the Minnesota Twins.
The Spa Catholic grad was designated for assignment on June 10th.
Stauffer spent nine years with the Padres before signing a 1 yr/$2...
Tim Stauffer DFA’d by Twins
It's been mostly good news this week on the local baseball scene, as we saw three Section II products get drafted in Garrett Whitley of Niskayuna, John Stewart of Greenwich, and CBA graduate Trevor Lacosse.
But with all the good news, comes some bad...
Section II Duo Wins National Championship at Cortland
Yesterday on the field in Appleton, Wisc., the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons captured the 2015 NCAA Division III National Championship in baseball.
The Red Dragons topped the University of Wisconson - La Crosse by a score of 6-2. Cortland went 5-0 at the World Series after capturing the New York Regional…
Reds Throttle Saratoga’s Tim Stauffer, Padres
It was a night to forget for Saratoga native Tim Stauffer.
The San Diego starting pitcher allowed five homeruns in the first three innings. The Cincinnati Reds hit seven in all — matching an MLB record — in a 13-1 victory over the Padres.
Saratoga’s Tim Stauffer, Padres Shutout Dodgers
Tim Stauffer has been one of the best pitchers in Major League Baseball over the past month.
On Wednesday night, the Saratoga native shutout the Dodgers as the San Diego Padres avoided a three-game sweep with a 3-0 win.
Saratoga’s Tim Stauffer, Padres Roughed Up By Phillies
Tim Stauffer has been the Padres most consistent starting pitcher this year.
But on Sunday, the Saratoga native struggled for one of the few times this season and the result was a 5-3 Philadelphia win in front of 45,241 at Citizens Bank Park.
Two Capital Region Natives In MLB
Congrats to Saratoga's Tim Stauffer and Schenectady's Casper Wells.  Both Capital Region natives are on Major League Baseball rosters for the 2011 season.