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Border Country Sports Blog-September 28th

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


Well, today is a historic day for the Hartford cross country program. It has to be a day that coach and athletic director Andrew Capone has been looking forward to for a long time. The Tanagers will host their first ever home meet this afternoon.


Argyle and Corinth will come to town to run against Hartford in the initial meet over the course. The event is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. Typically the modified runs first followed by the varsity teams.


Congrats to Coach Capone and the Hartford program.


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Argyle Hands Hartford Volleyball First Loss


Argyle handed Hartford their first loss of the season as they swept the Tanagers 3-0 in AdirondackLeague volleyball.


Set scores were 25-20, 25-23 and 25-15.


Katie Lindsey led Argye with 15 assists and five kills. Lilly Kingsley added eight digs. Kylie Ricciardelli had two kills and two blocks. Skylar McDougal had two digs, four kills and two blocks. Lillirose Prevost contributed five kills, Julia Bolio three digs and Kylee Humiston four digs.


Sarah Monore had a strong match for Hartford with 18 digs and seven kills. Gabbie McFarren had 17 digs and Karlee Nims 11 kills. Izzy Fench chipped in 15 assists.


Argyle is 5-1, 6-1. Hartford is 5-1, 6-1.


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Scots Edge Argyle in Soccer


Argyle defeated Granville for the second tome this season, edging the Golden Horde 2-0 on the pitch at Sam Eppolito Field.


The game was scoreless in the first half as the defenses ruled the day, but the Scots broke though with a pair of second half goals to earn the victory.


Caden Cuthburt handed Argyle a 1-0 lead at the 70:44 mark. Connor Brockway picked up the assist.


Cuthbert scored an unassisted goal just under eight minutes later and it turned out to be all the Scots needed.


Jared Montello earned the shutout for Argyle with 17 saves. Caden Powers played another solid game for Granville, stopping 17 shots.


Argyle is 2-3, 2-3. Granville is 1-5, 1-5.


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Granville Avanges Loss to Whitehall


The Granville golf team avenged their only defeat of the season as they cruised past Whitehall 4-1 at Skene Valley Country Club. The Railroaders beat the Golden Horde last week to snap Granville's unbeaten streak. The loss was Whitehall's first of the season after winning four straight last week.


Andrew Rathbun, Logan Harrington, Nathan Williams and Liam Farrell all picked up match wins for the Golden


Rathbun topped John Tyman 5 & 4. Harrington defeated Anthony Jones 3 & 1. Williams slipped past Tyler Brooks 4 & 2. Farrell edged Logan Terry 3 & 2.


Jacob Whiting won the Railroader's only match. Whiting defeated Ethan Martelle 4 & 3.


Rathbun shot a 40 to earn medalist honors.


Granville is now 8-1. Whitehall is 6-1.


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New York Scoreboard


High School Boys Soccer


Hadley-Luzerne 4 North Warren 0

Bolton-Warrensburg 5 Corinth 1


High School Volleyball


Lake George 3 South Glens Falls 1


High School Golf


Lake George 3 Fort Edward 2

Fort Ann-Hartford 5 Bolton 0

Hadley-Luzerne 5 North Warren 0


Vermont Scoreboard


High School Boys Soccer


Green Mountain 9 Fair Haven 2

MSJ 7 Bellows Falls 0

Hartford 2 Otter Valley 1


High School Field Hockey


Burr and Burton 4 Rutland 0


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


Photo Credit-Stacie Arnhold




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