Shea Irish sets yet another school record for season point tally as the Burghers win the school's first boys basketball Sectional game since the late 1990s.
Wary insurers have prompted stunts like driving snowmobiles atop water and polar swimming to be eliminated from the Lake George Winter Carnival — but event officials are trying to get the two features to be reinstated by next year. Meanwhile, a snowmobiler attempts to careen on the surface of Lake George Saturday but ends up with a submerged sled.
A wrestling program jointly conducted by Lake George and Hadley-Luzerne Central Schools surpasses other schools in the region as their athletes win a string of Sectional championships and the team sends four wrestlers to the state tournament.
Wrestlers at Warrensburg Central School are taught from an early age about honorable competition, appropriate demeanor, and respect for officials and opponents — and this approach earned the WCS wrestling program a coveted regional sportsmanship award.
Six WCS wrestlers compete in Section II tourney
A large crowd of Warrensburg sports fans turned out for the Section II tournament Sunday Feb. 15 to watch their school's wrestling team garner one of two prestigious regional sportsmanship awards. The fans got quite a bonus - watching Lane Oehler win a Section II championship at 145 pounds, and Greg Shambo take third place at 132 pounds.
All three of Lake George's winter sports programs just earned championships — and they are looking forward to respectively advance in regional and state tournaments.
A high school wrestling program only a few years old prevails over all competitors in the regional Class C Section II tournament.
Burgher wrestlers competing in Section II tourney
As a talented local athlete reaches a rare career mark, he and a half-dozen of his teammates are headed for a regional wrestling tournament.
Members of the Lake George Volunteer Fire Company and Lake George Village will reinvent the communities ice-skating ring.
State-ranked basketball standout sets school record for game points
Erin Langworthy, one of the best basketball players from Warrensburg in a generation or two, reaches her 1,000 point career mark — as a junior — a few days after she sets a school record for game points.
Warrensburg High School basketball star Erin Langworthy, reigning Adirondack League MVP, set a new school record last week, scoring 46 points, the most ever for WCS in either boys or girls basketball. Langworthy is expected to score her 1,00th point this week, perhaps as soon as Monday Jan. 12, but more likely on Wednesday or Friday.
North Creek Depot Museum to host special event at Tannery Pond Community Center that will detail the long -ost trails of the area. The discussion will be led by author Jeremy Davis who penned the "Lost Ski Areas" series as well as have a panelists to tell the tales of the slopes from long ago.
Zach Monforte, a standout Warrensburg High School wrestler from 15 years ago, returns to town — as coach of an opposing team;
Organizers say they’re primed and ready to go for the 2015 Winter Olympic Games, which are slated to kick off in February.
Despite a lack of height on their team, the Warrensburg Girls Basketball Team continues to surpass expectations.
- Preston's golden goal gives Blue Bombers third straight C title
- AuSable Valley falls to NAC in C girls final
- 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