Thursday, 12 April 2018 17:36

Local All-Star Moments

Saratoga Springs and Shen Alum Earn  Syracuse University Cheer Awards           

SYRACUSE — Syracuse University freshman cheerleaders Madison Dallas (Saratoga Springs - Class of 2017) and Brenna Hart (Shenendehowa - Class of 2017) were recently honored at the Syracuse University Cheer banquet held Sunday, April 8, at the Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel.    Madison won the “Rookie of the Year” award which is given to “The newcomer whose athletic ability, willingness to improve and dedication has contributed greatly to the success of Syracuse Cheerleading 2017-2018.”  Brenna received the coveted “Orange Award” given “To the athlete who has been an outstanding representative of Syracuse Cheerleading through service events, appearances, games, and an overall commitment to our team.” Both girls cheered for their respective high school during their time in the Capital District and cheered for the private cheer gym Cheer Intensity in Green Island, NY.  Madison and Brenna are planning to room together during their sophomore year at Syracuse University.

Spa Catholic Softball Team            
SARATOGA SPRINGS — On Monday, April 9, Saratoga Central Catholic played Hoosick Falls in their first game of the season and won, 8-2. Spa Catholic had one run in the first inning and seven in the second while Hoosick Falls had two runs in the sixth. For Spa Catholic: Victoria Alvord hit a double, Cassidy Hayner had the only home run of the evening, and Grace O’Reilly had 2 RBIs.

Saratoga Springs vs. Niskayuna Girls Lacrosse            
SARATOGA SPRINGS — On Tuesday, April 10, Saratoga Springs beat Niskayuna, 13-8. For Saratoga Springs: Sophia Burke had four goals; Lindsey Frank had three goals and two assists; Reilly Hogan had three goals; Katie Wendell had two goals and four assists; and Sylvie Waters had one goal and one assist.

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  • Police Notice Members of the Saratoga Springs Police Department will be joining members of other departments starting at 6 a.m. on Friday morning in the parking lot of the Ninety-Nine Restaurant at Exit 15 in Wilton to participate in this year's Blue Friday event. Blue Friday of New York was established to help assist the families of law enforcement officers who have been killed or seriously injured in the line of duty and, if needed, the families of officers who have died outside the line of duty. According to a statement issued by local police: “We hope you’ll stop by on…

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  • TOWN OF BALLSTON  66 Lancaster Court, $317,616. Traditional Homebuilders and Developers Inc. sold property to Kenneth and Judith Madej.  112 Charlton Rd., $227,900. James and Beth Fye sold property to Jesse and Mary Caprotti.  2 Spring Circle, $370,000. Briarwood Brooks Development LLC sold property to Rita Manarwi.  CLIFTON PARK 35 Jamison Dr., $355,000. Kevin and Debra Richard sold property to Howard and Alexandra Austin.  18 Burning Bush, $247,300. Leora Tozier sold property to Nicole and Michael Taormina.  45 Valencia Lane, $300,000. Justin Drescher sold property to Zhixia Li.  808 Plank Rd., $271,000. Ellyse Bundy sold property to Brian Lucarelli and…
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