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OESJ's Taylor earns WAC award

OESJ's Taylor earns WAC award
ST. JOHNSVILLE -- Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville's Hannah Taylor has been named the Western Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year and shared Player of the Year in the WAC North Division with Julie Hampton of Mayfield.
Taylor, an integral part in OESJ's Section II Class D championship team that reached the state final four, was joined by three teammates who were named WAC first-team all-stars — goalkeeper Caitlin Handy, midfielder Addie Brundage a ...

OESJ girls soccer falls in OT in state semifinal

CORTLAND -- The Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville girls soccer team's run ended one match shy of the state championship, as two goals from Wheatland-Chili in the first 10-minute overtime session proved too much for the Lady Wolves to overcome in a 3-1 New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class D semifinal loss Saturday at SUNY Cortland.
After a scoreless first half, Wheatland-Chili broke the ice 10 minutes into the second half when Abbey Callaghan struck from 25 yards out. It t ...

Brundage's goal sends OESJ girls soccer to state semis

MIDDLETOWN -- Addie Brundage's goal with 5:36 left in the second 10-minute overtime session proved to be the difference as the Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville girls soccer team advanced to the New York State Class D semifinals thanks to Saturday's thrilling 2-1 win over Section IX champion Eldred at Faller Field.
It's the first trip to the state final four since the merger between the St. Johnsville and Oppenheim-Ephratah school districts prior to the 2013-14 school year. St. Johnsville won th ...
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Cougars fall in Class D semis

For the C-S-E

SCHUYLERVILLE -- Playing the numbers game has been a losing battle all season for the Canajoharie High School football team, and it proved too much to overcome Saturday against the Cambridge Indians in the Section II Class D semifinals.
The Cougars started brightly, marching down the field to score on their first offensive series and forcing Cambridge to punt on its first three drives, but Canajoharie's offense stalled, Cambridge's picked up steam and the Cougars' ...

Police Reports

Police Reports - 11/27/2015

Montgomery County Court

-- James M. Rodriguez, 51, of 32 Hancock St., Fort Plain, was sentenced Tuesday, Nov. 17, to one to three years in state prison. He pleaded guilty Oct. 23 to a charge of felony driving while intoxicated. R ...

Police Reports - 11/13/2015

New York State Police

-- Emil A. Johnson, 50, of Fort Plain, was arrested after an investigation into a brush fire in Palatine. Johnson was arrested after troopers found he had built a fire three feet from the railroad track. Joh ...

Police Reports - 11/06/2015

New York State Police

-- State Police in Fonda arrested Erica Hastings, 23, of Glens Falls, and Dennis Waldron 29, of Dolgeville, after a traffic stop in Oppenheim.
Hastings and Waldron were arrested after Troopers found prescrip ...

Police Reports - 10/30/2015

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

-- Charles W. Orlinger, 29, of Schenectady, was charged Saturday, October 17, with second-degree criminal trespass. Orlinger allegedly drove to the town of Minden and entered a residence. Deputi ...

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