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                                                                                                                                           «,                                     The Enterprise — Tim Matteson
                                                                                       The Enterprise — Tim Matteson     Fast mover: Vborheesville's Pat Jones runs with the football and
 Popping pads: The Guilderland defense and the Voorheesville offense got together at the Black and                       gets help from a blocker in a scrimmage against Mohonasen at.
 Blue Football Gamp df Guilderland High School last week. Mohonasen, Averill Park, and Bethlehem                         Guilderland's Black and Blue Football Camp.
 were also at the camp.



                                                                               High numbers not enough for Lady Dutch track
                                                                                        By Tim Matteson                 earn points for the team" during                "We have a very young team,"
                                                                                  GUILDERLAND — Guilder-                the season* She had abest throw               Usher said. "We' had 89 kids
                                                                               land girls' track coach Dick             of 30 feet in the shot put.                   finish and a lot of them were
                                                                               Usher is looking for dedicated              A small group of underclass-               underclassmen."
                                                                               athletes.                                men showed.a lot of talent and                   Though there was a good
                                                                                  Though he had ,89 "kids" on           worked for Guilderland this                   turnout, of athletes, Usher said,
                                                                               his team, not all of them were           spring, said Usher. .                         there's more to the sport than
                                                                               there to get,better in a track-             Sophomore Carly Giles com-                 just showing up. There must be
                                                                               and-field event, he said,                peted in the high jump and the                a lot of work put into it.
                                                                                 "The potential ..was. obviously        pentathlon. She finished second                  "Numbers don't mean that
                                                                               there," Usher said. "Whether we          in the fiye-discipiine event at the           much," Usher, said. "It's the
                                                                               have athletes to be competitive, I       Class A Section II meet. Giles                quality of athletes that counts."
                                                                               don't know; .We had a couple            jumped .5 feet, 2 inches in the
                                                                               that were really interested and          high jump.
                                                                               wanted to be the best they can
                                                                               be. The rest just chilled."
                                                                                                                           Classmate Taylor Murphy had
                                                                                                                        a best leap of five feet in the
                                                                                                                                                                      Lax all-stars
                                                                                  The Lady Dutch had a tal-             high jump and 32 in the triple                   GUILDERLAND — A number
                                                                               ented athlete in senior Katie           jump.                                          of member's Of Guilderland girls'
                                                                               Murdock. She was a captain on               Junior Liz Schwenker had. a                lacrosse.team were named to the
                                                                               the team and had a successful            season best 59.8 in the 400-                  Suburban Council all-star team.
                                                                               season as a hurdler.'                    meter run for the Lady Dutch                     Senior defenders Nikki Bran-
                                               The Enterprise — Tim Matteson      Murdock set the school record         this spring.                                  ching Lynn Trah, and Julie
                                                                               in the 100-meter hurdles with a             Sophomore Alicia Bowman                    Malkowski, along with senior
  Mid-season form: Guilderland's Paul Booker, looks to be ready                                                         had a best throw of over 90 feet
                                                                               time of 15.9 seconds. She also                                                         goalie Jen Kaye were named to
  for the heart of the season as he runs through the Bethlehem de-                                                      in the discus and classmate
                                                                               ran the 400-meter hurdles and                                                          the first team.
  fense at last week's Black and Blue Football Camp at Guilderland                                                     Brianna Delbene threw the dis-
                                                                               finished fourth in both events at                                                        Junior attack Abbey Fashouer
  HighSchool.                                                                                                           cus 101 feet.
                                                                               the state qualifier meet.                                                              and      sophomore     Danielle
                                                                                  Senior Miriam Booker was the             Usher also has seen talent in a            Tetreault were named to the
                                                                               only athlete who graduated to           young distance runner..                        second team. Joining them on
                                                                                                                           Seve.nth-grader Lea Cure had               the second team are sophomore
Schoolcraft Trail Run                                                          Dutch honored for
                                                                                                                        an. excellent year running the
                                                                                                                        longdistance races and the stee-
                                                                                                                        plechase, the coach said.
                                                                                                                                                                      Amanda Best' in the midfield and
                                                                                                                                                                      junior Lauren Cagino on de-
                                                                               play on the diamond
to be held on June 23                                                             GUILDERLAND — Suburban
                                                                                                                            7th Annual SCHOOLCRAFT 5K Trail Run
                                                                                                                                                                      fense.

   GUILDERLAND — The                      Awards will also be given to         Council baseball champion
seventh annual Schoolcraft 5K          the top three male and female           Guilderland took home a number
                                                                               of awards from the league's
                                                                                                                                                 & Fitness Walk
Trail Run & Fitness Walk will          walkers, while all walkers will
take place on Saturday, June 23,       receive finishing awards.               coaches.                                                                  Saturday, June 23, 2007
at 8:30 a.m. at Tawasentha Park           Entry fees are as follows: $15          Senior pitcher and infielder
and will feature both 2006 cham-       to pre-register or $10 to pre-          Nick Polsinelli was the league's                                          • Run 8:30 a.m. • Walk 8:35 a.m.
pions back to defend their titles.     register if 7Q-plus. Race-day           Player of the Year and Coach                       Tawasentha Park, Route 146, Guilderland, New York
   Bob Irwin of Guilderland, and       registration is $20 for all.            Doug LaValley was named the                            Proceed? to benefit the Schoolcraft Cultural Center
Joyce Goodrich of Scotia will be          All proceeds will benefit the        league's Coach of the Year.                                  Featuring:'doorprizes't^shifts*music
returning to see if they can best      Schoolcraft Cultural Center.               Polsinelli and classmate Ben                         • refreshments 'family fun '(]" 125 to pre-regisier)
the field again in this year's            There are lots of ways to enter      Henderson were named to the
                                                                                                                         Awards: Top 3 male'& female overall - age group awards (3 deep) 12 & under,. 13-16,17-
edition of the STR.                    this year's event: '• By mail to        first team. Junior third baseman
                                       Schoolcraft 5K Trail Run, 35            Jake Cpiavito and junior out?             19,20-24,25-29,30-34,35-39,40-44,45-49,50.54,55-59,60-64,65-69 and 70 +... Also,.
   Irwin covered the 5K trail                                                                                            top 3 walkers (mate & female) will get.special awards! Awards to all .walkers.
course, designed by Guilder-           Whipple Way; Altamont, NY               fielder Andrew Simpson were
                                       12009, or go, on-line to                named to the first team;                    Fees:'$l5 pre-registration: $i0 pre-registration 70+; Race Day $20 for all
land's Bob Oates, in 17:37. Good-
rich took top female honors in         www.active.corilf             • "          Senior pitcher Greg Bareomb              Registration available at www.active.com or by mailing in the entry form below
2006, winning in a time of 23:31,         To get an entry form, call race      was named to the. second team.                For more information email: pcarducc®nycap.fr.com or call 518-861-6350
                                       director Phil Garducci at 861-             Senior catcher Mike Goldstein                      Make Checks payable to: Schoolcraft Cultural Center
   The field for the 2007 School-      6350 or contact him by e-mail at        was named ah honorable men-
craft 5K is, expected to reach                                                                                            Mail to: Schoolcraft 5 KTrail Run, 35 WhippleWay, Altamont, NY 12009
                                       pcarducc@nycap.rr.com.                  tion.: Joining. Goldstein is senior
record numbers this year, with                                                 outfielder Joe Lima, junior out-         Check One: Run                      Walk^
                                          As in all events, volunteers are
many top ndtch athletes trying                                                 fielder .Nick Ranalli, junior             Name
                                       always needed. Volunteers will
to unseat the defending cham-                                                  pitcher C;J. Sohl; and sophomore          Age,.-,         ' ' ..                              Phone_
                                       get a T-shirt and a ,door prize                                                                                Sex^
pions.                                                                         designated hitter Steve Ander-
                                       ticket; and can also enjoy the                                                    Address                                           _City___
   The 2007 STR will have                                                      son'. .'• •'/'•-[
                                       refreshments. To volunteer, call                                                                               Zip.
awards in new age groups, T-                                                                                             State               .'•
                                       861-6360 of contact one of the                                                   In consideration ofyou. accepting my entry, I, the undersigned, intending to be.leg
shirts, door prizes, music, great
refreshments, and mutihrhore.
                                       board members.                          Chariebois runs                          boundforeby waive any andall rights and claims for damages 1 may have against a
  Award age groups are: Top
three overall inale arid female
                                       Irwin wins                           EAST BERNE — Donna                          rait(organizersand officials,the Friends ofthe Schoolcraft Cultural Center, the: Cou
                                                                                                                        of Albany, the Town of Guilderland^ and all others involved with this event, for a
                                       . GUILDERLAND •'— Dr. Charlebois of East Berne rah at
                                                                                th
                                                                                                                        injuries suffered by me in said event.
will be recognized, and then'to        Robert Irwin, of Guilderland, the 29 Annual Freihofer'6 Run
the topthree in each group -r- 12      won the 3,6th HMRRC; Distin-     . for W-omen on June12. *                       Signature                              . . . .        ' . '.'.
arid under; lei to 16; 17 to 19; 20    guished Service Eight-Mile*: iii     Ch&rlebois, 49, finished the                (if under 18, Parent/Guardian must sign)
to 24; 25 to 29; 30 to 34; 35 to 39;   45:21. Brina Seguine of East race in 27:43 in the event that                     Entry Fee:.                                Add'l Donation
40 to 44; 45 to 49; 50 to 54; 55 to    Greenbush was the women's features world-renown runners                                                                       (all donations are tax-deductible to tliefull extent of the law)
59; 60 to 64; 65 to 69; and 70-plus.   winner in 48:19.                  and local competitors as well.



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