Bolton Central School is again pulling off an improbable feat in sports — and setting off into uncharted territory for the school — with their yet-undefeated 2014-15 season in girls basketball
The Week In Review
The ultra-small school of Bolton Central may again — for the second time in several months — beat the odds and win a string of victories like the Bolton girls soccer team did, considering the athletic talent that's on the squad.
Considering their performance in their practices this season — and the record of coach P.J. Hogan — The Lake George Girls Basketball Team is bound to go far this year.
Starters and Reserves
Award-winning Warrensburg girls basketball star Erin Langworthy is back on the floor for another season, backed up with a talented lineup that includes two basketball area All-Stars and a pair of athletes who've competed in the state Final Four in soccer. With this crew, Burgher fans are eager to see the team pursue some championships.
In recent years, the North Warren Boys Basketball team has played ball at the level of schools several times their enrollment. This year, with a 1,000-point versatile player and a strong roster backing him up, this year is likely to continue this trend.
Despite the small size of the school, expectations are high this year for the Bolton Central Varsity Boys Basketball team's season.
The Burghers open up their 2014-15 campaign with a flourish — All-Star guard Shea Irish pours in 24 points in the last quarter for a stunning comeback win.
Opportunities exist in Warren County NY for people with physical limitations to enjoy the exhilaration of downhill skiing.
A stellar record-breaking season for the Bolton-Warrensburg Girls Soccer team concludes in the New York State Class D Championship semifinals; and the team's success this season blazes a trail for an outstanding future for the joint soccer program.
The new joint Bolton-Warrensburg Girls Soccer team battles its way into the New York State Final Four — and secures a place in Section II history as they do so.
The Eagles dominated the sectional playoffs, allowing only one shot from an opponent in the 67th minute of the final game. The shot was not on goal.
“In the two practices that we will have before tomorrows game I have been working on preparing my team mentally,” Mountaineer head coach Candice Gereau said. “We know we have been riddled with injuries, but we have continued to fight and play hard, getting us to this final game.”
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- End of the season
- Wrestling: Kenny Rivers v. Anthony DiNardo
- Wrestling: Dylan v. Dillon
- Wrestling: Kenny Rivers v. Marcus Ramundo
- Wrestling: Dylan Baker v. Luis Weierbach
- Championship weekend
- Girls play Friday
- The best (potential) games in the Section VII playoffs