Warrensburg ended a remarkable, action-packed season of football Oct. 25 in a Section II quarterfinal loss to Rensselaer. In overcoming many challenges during the season, the team exhibited determination and heart — while they thrilled fans.
Facing a formidable challenge, Warrensburg football players — including a few rookies — pull off a key victory with gritty determination.
The Burghers experience a setback in their remarkable mid-season turnaround, and their Sectional hopes now depend on a win Saturday Oct. 19.
The Warrensburg football team has only done it once in the prior seven years — they beat rival Lake George, and they did it with a stunning trick play in a game that will be remembered for a generation by Burgher fans.
Never make assumptions about the fortunes of the Warrensburg High School Football Team. In astonishing turnabout, the Burghers ran roughshod over a talented arch-rival merely a week after losing a game 53-0.
The Warrensburg High School football squad has endured many seasons when they both suffered slumps then enjoyed moments of brilliant play. After suffering a tilted shutout last Saturday, Burgher coach is hoping for the latter of the two to put some fire into the 2013 campaign.
The Warrensburg High football team proves how tough their defense is — and how they can grind out offensive yardage — in a gridiron battle Sept. 7 against larger Canajoharie.
Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Cross Country, Volleyball & Soccer
The coach and runners of the Lake George Cross Country team treat each other like family, reaching out to the least athletic of the squad to help them achieve their best. The result? a large number of students join the team, giving it the depth of talent it needs to capture championships — and the 2013 squad is likely to do just that.
North Warren High School athletes are known for their achievements which overcome their school's small enrollment. The NWCS cross-country running team for years has been a remarkable example of excellence in athletics despite such a limitation.
Although new Warrensburg High School field hockey coach Teresa Colvin follows the legendary Mary ann Bump who has mentored many championship teams over three decades, Colvin isn't likely to disappoint local sports fans, as she also has plenty of experience in guiding athletes to victory.
Jeremy Whipple, a six-year employee of North Warren Central School, has tackled the position of Athletic Director for the School District following the departure of Jason Humiston, who left to take on the same post at Fort Ann Central, home of two state championship sports teams.
The Lake George High School Volleyball team's lengthy legacy of victory is likely to continue for 2013, as they have eight experienced Seniors returning.
With a new coach with a positive attitude — and a lineup of experienced seniors, this is the year the Warrensburg High School volleyball team is likely to be changing course and winning a good number of games.
The stars seem to be aligned for the Warrensburg Field Hockey Team to achieve a championship this year, despite toughened competition stemming from the merger of the Adirondack and Wasaren field hockey leagues.