Berlin Bowlers Have An Impressive First Match
by Rachel Turetsky
The newly formed Berlin Bowling team rolled onto the lanes in Hoosick Falls for its first match on November 20.
Saratoga Catholic 0
Hoosick Falls 5
Monday, November 25. Hoosick Falls (10-0) continued their season with a 5-0 win over Saratoga Catholic (5-5) at home.
The Hoosick Falls skeet team finished fourth in New York State competition earlier this year.
The HFCS Shooting Sports teams have done very well this season, Head Coach Chris Marsh had seven competitors recognized for their skills, with the team finishing third in its conference.
Most Valuable Player
Senior • Saratoga Catholic
Most Valuable Player
Junior • Pitcher • Tamarac
Allison Ryder Takes Home Bronze Medal
Stephentown’s Allison Ryder competed in a New York state Track and Field Meet in Middletown last Friday, June 7, earning third place in the Discus competition.
#13 HF Upsets #1 Seed Chatham;
Loses To #1 Class C Team In State
Hoosick Falls 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1
Fort Plain 0 0 3 4 1 2 X 10 11 0
Cambridge 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4 6 3
Hoosick Falls 4 0 0 4 0 3 0 11 10 2
Monday, May 20. Played at Chapko Field in Valley Falls due to unplayable field conditions at both CCS and HFCS.
19 Arrested In Latest County-Wide Welfare Fraud Sweep By Doug La Rocque Late last week Rensselaer County Sheriff’s Deputies, as well as State Police and other local law enforcement agencies, arrested 19 people who are alleged to have fraudulently accepted welfare benefits. You must be logged in to view this article.
R H E Stillwater 0 0 1 2 0 0 5 2 Hoosick Falls 4 3 0 8 X 15 6 1 Monday, May 6. Played at HFCS. You must be logged in to view this article.
Wellness Fair And 5K Run At BCS Submitted by Rachel Turetsky The Wellness Fair and 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, May 4, brought out many from the Berlin Central School District community in spite of the rain. The sky-blue 5K shirts on most of the 82 participants brightened up the cloudy day at the Berlin Middle-High […]
Budget Passes With 1.36% Tax Levy Increase by Alex Brooks The final version of the Budget for the 2019-20 school year was approved by the Hoosick Falls School board at its April 18 meeting. You must be logged in to view this article.
HFCS Unveils First Draft of 2019-20 Budget by Alex Brooks Hoosick Falls Central Schools Business Administrator Emily Sanders presented a first draft of next year’s budget, which showed a total increase in spending of 0.4%, or $102,097. You must be logged in to view this article.
From January 9 through January 18, the Junior National Honor Society members collected pasta for Hoosick Area Churches Assocation Food Pantry You must be logged in to view this article.