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Bethlehem, Greenville & LaSalle Pull Upsets on Sectional Tuesday
Bethlehem, Greenville & LaSalle Pull Upsets on Sectional Tuesday
Coaches tell their players all of the time, you never know. If you do your jobs, play smart and execute properly, good things happen, like a #13 seed can upset a #3 seed on their home floor. That's why you play the games. Upsets happen in the NBA. They happen more often in college and certainly more than that in high school sports. Tuesday night had a few examples in the Section 2 championships.
Eyes On Section 2 Hoops Divisions Start to Take Focus
Eyes On Section 2 Hoops Divisions Start to Take Focus
As high school basketball heads into the last weekend of January, coaches, players and fans begin to focus in on who may be in their school's way of a championship. This is the time of year when coaches try to make sure their best players aren't getting too worn down, while winning every game possible. Let's check out the top teams in each division in Section 2.
What Capital Region Teams Won on Tuesday in High School Hoops?
What Capital Region Teams Won on Tuesday in High School Hoops?
Tuesday was a typical busy night in high school hoops with 28 games on the boys schedule with an additional 14 in girls basketball. A big thank you to Bethlehem High School athletic director Len Kies and BCHS student Sasha Jo for the awesome photographs. All athletic department contributions are enthusiastically accepted by our 104.5 The Team sports crew!
Section II HS Football Championships Are Set for This Week
Section II HS Football Championships Are Set for This Week
Friday Night Lights glamorized and dramatized high school football on TV. Different areas have various levels of enthusiasm for the gridiron. In the Capital Region, this is a huge weekend coming up that will draw the attention of thousands of local fans and students. Section II high school football enjoys it's brightest spotlight this week as the Section II football committee announced the Class AA, Class A, Class C and Class D championship times and locations on Sunday.
A World Series Ring Belongs to Shenendehowa's Own Ian Anderson
A World Series Ring Belongs to Shenendehowa's Own Ian Anderson
Any baseball expert in the world would qualify 5 scoreless, and hitless, World Series innings as a major contribution to a team's championship. However, the Capital Region doesn't need any experts to tell them how special Ian Anderson is and neither do the Braves. Now, the player who grew up in Rexford and pitched for the Shenendehowa High School Plainsmen gets to flash some pretty incredible bling around town.
Clifton Park Wild for this Year's World Series
Clifton Park Wild for this Year's World Series
It's been a good year for Clifton Park, New York when it comes to a personal attachment to the highest levels of professional sports, especially in the playoffs. This summer the Saratoga County town went hoops crazy for their budding NBA star, Kevin Huerter of the Atlanta Hawks. Huerter and his Hawks knocked off the popular local favorite New York Knicks in the first round of the NBA playoffs and had an impressive run to the Eastern Conference Finals with Kevin right in the middle of their success. But, it's another Atlanta team and Huerter's Shenendehowa high school teammate that has the 12065 going crazy, the Atlanta Braves Ian Anderson.
Shen's Ian Anderson Shines MLB Playoffs
Shen's Ian Anderson Shines MLB Playoffs
One thing is for sure, Shenendehowa High School grad, Ian Anderson of the Atlanta Braves likes it when the heat of the season gets turned up high, especially in the postseason. On Monday, Anderson delivered another gem for his National League East regular season champions in Game 3 of the National League Division Series. The former Plainsman shutdown the powerful Milwaukee Brewers line-up for 5 innings, giving up no runs on 3 hits while striking out 6.

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