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Border Country Sports Blog-November 27th

Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Blog, I'm Keith Harrington.


I'm back! After a few days off to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday with my family and catch up on some sleep, (although for me 7 a.m. is sleeping in) I am ready to get back at it. I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving as well!


There is snow on the ground and winter sports is just around the bend. Tonight and tomorrow I am back on the road to Williamstown, Massachusetts to call Williams vs. Oswego men's hockey for NSN. It is just the beginning for me. My next days off should be around Christmas.


I certainly will have a busy winter. Besides being the play by play announcer for Williams men's and women's hockey on NSN, I will be the play by play voice of Granville basketball winter sports on NFHS Network, covering Granville, Whitehall and Hartford sports for NYVT media's newspapers and of course, getting up in the morning to keep up with the Border Country Sports Blog. There also are a few other surprises in the works. Stay tuned!


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ADK Well Represented As Section II Names Girls Soccer All-Stars


Section II recently announced the 2021 Girls Soccer All-Stars and the teams of the Adirondack League are well represented. Several players from the ADK were honored in both Class C and Class D, while a pair of goalies earned the top honors.


In Cass C ADK championship game combatants Lake George and Bolton-Warrensburg led the way. Both the Warriors and Eagles placed two players on the first team.


Lila Frasier and Samantha Gorey were named to the first team from Lake George. Kara Bacon and Gabs Mowery made the first team from Bolton-Warrensburg. Hadley-Luzerne's Carolina Lott-Diamond also earned first team recognition.


Corinth's Lorelai Peterson was named the Class C Goalkeeper of the Year.


In Class D finalist Fort Ann had three players recognized. Angel Aratare, Paige Trzaskos and Olivia Winchell each received first team recognition.


Salem's Kathryn Sweenor was named Class D Goalkeeper of the Year.


Due to Covid-19 there will not be an awards dinner this year.


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With the Border Country Sports Blog, I'm Keith Harrington.

Photo Credit-Stacie Arnhold








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