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After historic win, Phillips' mind on past players

By ADAM SHINDER
For the C-S-E

FORT PLAIN -- The sign hanging on the right field fence had been covered up by a silver tarp all afternoon, just waiting to be unveiled. For a while, it looked like it would stay under wraps for at least another day.
But, when the hoopla subsided after Kiernan Briggs' walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning Monday gave the Fort Plain Hilltoppers a 6-5 win over Schoharie, the cover finally came off, and the sign proclaimed it to the world -- Fort Plain ...
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Hilltoppers get Phillips milestone win in dramatic fashion

By ADAM SHINDER
For the C-S-E

FORT PLAIN -- Kiernan Briggs dug in at the plate and the Fort Plain High School junior shortstop was ready to act out the fantasy of every kid who has ever picked up a baseball bat in his back yard or driveway and dreamed about his future.
Bottom of the ninth inning, two outs, full count, tie game with the winning run 90 feet from home plate.
Oh, and his legendary coach's 700th career victory hung in the balance, too.
So, no pressure.
The payoff pitch came from Sch ...

Canajoharie nine tops Galway in WAC, 6-4

-- Canajoharie nine tops Galway in WAC, 6-4
CANAJOHARIE -- Joe Winsman struck out 12, walked none and allowed just one earned run in a complete game effort, and the Canajoharie High School baseball team used a five-run third inning to top Galway, 6-4, in Western Athletic Conference action Friday.
Winsman also went 2 for 3 at the plate with a two-run single, while Buck Anderson was 2 for 3 with a two-run double for the Cougars (1-1, 1-1 WAC), who rebounded from Thursday's 6-1 loss to Schoharie.
S ...
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Canajoharie boys defeat Fort Plain

By MICHAEL KELLY
For the C-S-E

FORT PLAIN -- After a preseason filled with ugly weather, Canajoharie Cougars outdoor track and field junior Jordan Brownell said his club approached Thursday's season-opening meet against Fort Plain with some trepidation.
"I wasn't really sure if we were ready because it's been really cold and we've been inside a lot," he said. "But, for an overall team effort, we did really good. We worked our butts off today."
The Cougars picked up a 113-22 victory against Fort ...

Police Reports

Police Reports - 04/24/2014

New York State Police Department

-- The New York State Police Department in Princeton arrested Stephanie P. Jones, 27, of Palatine Bridge, on April 18. She was charged with five counts of issuing a bad check. The Price Chopper Fr ...

Police Report - 04/17/2014

Amsterdam Police Department

-- Michael Van Wagner, 39, of 18 Kingsbury Road, St. Johnsville, was arrested April 4 and charged with failure to appear on an outstanding bench warrant issued by Amsterdam City Court. He was held for ...

Police Reports - 04/10/2014

St. Johnsville Police Department

-- Michael C. Van Wagner, 39, of W. Grand Street, Palatine Bridge was arrested April 4 at 3:30 p.m. for failure to appear in court.
According to the St. Johnsville Police Department, VanWagner was ...

Police Reports - 03/20/2014

New York State Police

-- Misty Souza, 24, of Utica was arrested on a warrant March 5. Assisted by the Montgomery County's Sheriff's office, St. Johnsville police allegedly arrested Souza on a bench warrant signed by Village Justi ...
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