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Fort Plain beats Canajoharie to improve to 4-0

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CANAJOHARIE -- Pitcher Jesse Heroth has been a mainstay for the Fort Plain High School baseball team since he was an eighth grader, and in those four-plus seasons, the diminutive southpaw has rarely disappointed Hilltoppers coach Craig Phillips.
"Jesse's fantastic, and he's gonna be really hard to replace," Phillips said. "He's been with us since the eighth grade -- and I think he was taller then."
"Yeah, I think I've shrunk," added Heroth, who is listed at just 5- ...

Fort Plain takes advantage of Canajoharie errors, wins 9-4

FORT PLAIN -- The Fort Plain Hilltoppers broke open a tie game with five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to grab a 9-4 win over Canajoharie in Western Athletic Conference baseball action Tuesday at Phillips Field.
Canajoharie scored four runs in the second inning to take the early lead, but Fort Plain rallied with three runs in the fourth and one in the fifth to tie the game before the five-run sixth helped the Hilltoppers pull away. Eighth-grader Brady Fureno laid down a squeeze bunt to ...

Old Timers Wrestling Tournament to be held April 9

CANAJOHARIE -- The Canajoharie High School, 136 Scholastic Way, will host an Old Timers Wrestling Tournament on April 9. Weigh-ins will take place from 8-9 a.m., pooling from 9-10 a.m. and wrestling will begin at 10 a.m.
Entry fee is $25. Admission is $2 for adults. Students and children enter for free.
Food and drinks will be available at the concession stand.
Wrestlers will compete in several divisions: Division 1, 18-26 years old; Division 2, 27 years old and up. Both include weight classes 1 ...
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Fort Plain players unite to get field ready; Phillips returns for 43rd season

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FORT PLAIN -- Last Thursday morning, the Fort Plain Hilltoppers were more a maintenance crew than a varsity baseball team.
Before they could start fielding grounders or taking their hacks in batting practice, the Hilltoppers were setting up the wind screen that covers the entire outfield fence at Phillips Field, making sure all preparations are in order for when the season opens Friday against Broadalbin-Perth.
It was an activity that won't go anywhere in terms of ...

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Police Reports - 04/29/2016

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

-- Nicholas A. Luzinas, 31, of 312 New Turnpike Road, Fort Plain, was charged Wednesday, April 20 with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Deputies stopped Luzinas for ...

Police Reports - 04/22/2016

Gloversville Police Department

-- James Wagoner, 17, of Fort Plain was arrested by Gloversville Police on April 10 after officers received a complaint that he attempted to strike a female victim in the head with a baseball bat.
A ...

Police Reports - 04/15/2016

St. Johnsville Police Department

-- Nina M. Hilmyer, 58, of Sharon Springs, was arrested by village police on March 26 after she went to a residence, knocked on a door and punched a female subject in the face. She was charged wit ...

Police Reports - 04/08/2016

Amsterdam Police Department

-- Robert E. DeFrancis, 29, of 351 New Turnpike Road, Fort Plain, was charged March 17 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle without a license ...

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