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UNBEATEN TEAMS SET TO COLLIDE

Class A Burnt Hills and Class B Schalmont to meet with perfect marks on line

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: B1

Fifteen teams enter play in the Week 4 schedule of Section II football games undefeated. That number is guaranteed to decrease by at least one team as there is one 3-0 vs. 3-0 matchup on the schedule -- Friday's interclass contest pitting Burnt Hills vs. Schalmont in Rotterdam.
Burnt Hills has made eight consecutive Section II Class A Super Bowls, winning six titles. Schalmont has appeared in five consecutive Class B Super Bowls, winning four times.
The Spartans and Sabres met during the 2012...

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SPARTANS GET LATE GOALS TO STUN 'CATS

Greenville ties it in final minute, then wins it in overtime

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: B8

Tyler Biernacki scored with one minute left in regulation to tie the score and teammate Bryan Drossel tallied the game-winner one minute into overtime as Greenville nipped Maple Hill 2-1 in a Patroon Conference boys' soccer game on Monday afternoon.
Nick Fettuccia gave the Wildcats a 1-0 lead six minutes into the contest.
The loss dropped Maple Hill to 5-2 and was its second overtime defeat. The Spartans improved to 5-1.
Girls' soccer: Sarah Hume and Natalie Ricci each had a goal and an assis...

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AREA COLLEGES

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: B5

AREA COLLEGES
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
SUNY IT def. Cobleskill, 25-19, 25-15, 25-19.
TUESDAY'S SCHEDULE
WOMEN'S GOLF
Cobleskill at Elmira Invitational, 11 a.m.
MEN'S SOCCER
Lafayette at UAlbany, 7 p.m.
RPI at Williams, 4:15 p.m.
Skidmore at MCLA, 4 p.m.
WOMEN'S SOCCER
Adelphi at Saint Rose, 5:30 p.m.
Mount Holyoke at RPI, 7:30 p.m.
Skidmore at Union, 7 p.m.
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Oneonta at Union, 7 p.m.

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CDTA DRIVER WINS STATE BUS ROADEO

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: E1

Guilderland
Robert Rzeszuto, a Capital District Transportation Authority bus driver based in Schenectady, finished first in the New York State Bus Roadeo Saturday at Crossgates Mall. The 28-year veteran topped 12 other drivers. Douglas Rowles of Ulster County Area Transit placed second and two other CDTA drivers, Ken Strait and Corey Bixby, finished third and fourth respectively.

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AREA GOLF

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: B5

LOCAL GOLF
HAGGERTY TWO-MAN
(Schenectady Municipal, Schenectady)
PAR 35-37--72
Championship flight
Chad Stoffer-Jim Welch 66-61--127
George Roe-Zack Sullivan 65-68--133
Lance Hope-Jay Singh 70-65--135
J.Brescia-Mike Salvatore 67-70--137
E.Wasserbach-S.Hoffman 69-71--140
Chris Braman-Nick Braman 70-70--140
B.Allen-John Hillenbrandt 71-72--143
Stanley Farmer-Andy Weise 71-72--143
D.Riccio-Vince Petraccione 71-73--144
Kevin Dwyer-Michael Dwyer 71-77--148
First flight
Carl Gilbert-Ch...

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HIGH SCHOOLS

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: B5

HIGH SCHOOLS
BOYS' SOCCER
CHVL
Berlin 1, Loudonville Christian 0
Loudonville Christian 0 0 -- 0
Berlin 0 1 -- 1
Scoring: Berlin -- Ryan Willis 1-0, Keel Krumenacker 0-1. Saves: Loudonville Christian -- Johnny Dariano 11. Berlin -- Jackson Burhans 11.
Waterford 5, Heatly 2
Waterford 1 4 -- 5
Heatly 1 1 -- 2
Scoring: Waterford -- Nick Castle 2-0, Quintin Cahrenger 1-0, Jordan Le 1-0, Tyler Helwig 1-0, Chris Warren 0-1. Heatly -- Nick Richmond 1-0, own goal 1-0. Saves: Waterford -- Jared...

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RODGER'S QUICK TAKE

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: B2

Masahiro Tanaka is a game changer for the Yankees. Once this season ends and Derek Jeter's Hall of Fame career is over, the Yankees will quickly turn to next season. Tanaka looked very good on Sunday and will make one more start against the Red Sox. I am still not sold that he will be in the starting rotation on Opening Day next season. But if he comes through his next start in good shape, then I guess it's possible. The Yankees have too much money invested not to find out if he's going to need...

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HOME SALES DROP IN AUGUST

Despite an 11 percent decrease compared to last year, prices are up

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: E1

Albany
Home sales fell by 11 percent in August compared to a year earlier and are running 6 percent behind last year for the first eight months, the Greater Capital Association of Realtors reported Monday. But the average sale price rose 3 percent to $241,017, and the median price -- at which half the homes sell for more and half for less -- climbed 4 percent to $210,000.
The figures cover an 11-county region that includes the five-county Albany-Troy-Schenectady metropolitan area.
Sales in Au...

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WINE STORE UNCORKING LAWSUIT

Challenge to state ban on sales to out- of-state customers

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: A1

Albany
A popular Capital Region liquor retailer is uncorking a lawsuit against the State Liquor Authority, claiming the regulatory body is overstepping its powers by seeking to shut down the store's sales to out-of-state customers.
Empire Wine, located in the Northway Mall off Central Avenue, plans to file suit Tuesday in state Supreme Court in Albany. The action comes seven weeks after the SLA hit Empire with a letter saying it was in violation of a regulation that allows the state entity to...

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SOLAR FACTORY DEAL DONE?

Buffalo site would be one of the world's largest panel makers

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: E1

Albany
It appears that SolarCity may have reached an agreement with New York state on its plans to build one of the world's largest solar panel factories in Buffalo.
The company, which is backed by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Elon Musk, also appears to be planning a separate research and development facility, according to a recent regulatory filing.
Earlier in the year, SolarCity, the largest solar installation firm in the U.S., announced it was acquiring a solar panel manufacturer called Sil...

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FAREWELL TO POLICE PIONEER

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: D1

The casket of former Albany Police Chief John Dale is carried Monday from the Metropolitan NT Mission Baptist Church in Albany. Dale, an Indianapolis native raised in Albany, was the city's first black detective, supervisor and chief. He died last week at 80. Dale served in the Marine Corps during the Korean War and joined the police force in 1958, working his way up through the ranks. In 1989, he was appointed chief by Mayor Thomas M. Whalen III and served until his retirement in 1995. Dale was...

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DANES' START EARNS RANKING

Team is rated 24th in the country in Sports Network poll after opening 3-0

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: B1

Three weeks into the Greg Gattuso era for UAlbany football, there are results.
The Danes, who won one game a year ago, are off to a 3-0 start this season and have been recognized with a No. 24 ranking in the Sports Network Top 25 poll, which was released Monday.
"It's a little premature, but it's nice for the kids to see that hard work can pay off," Gattuso, UAlbany's first-year coach, said Monday.
The Danes, who play Columbia in a nonconference game at 6 p.m. Saturday at Bob Ford Field, are...

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CHANGE AT TOP AT KEYBANK

Buffalo-area executive in charge of entire state

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: E1

Albany
Cleveland-based KeyBank is once again consolidating its New York operations by putting a Buffalo-area executive in charge of the entire state.
The move comes as the bank, the largest in the Capital Region with $8.7 billion in deposits, announced the departure of Hugh Donlon, regional sales executive of KeyBank's eastern New York operations and Capital Region market president.
Under the new structure, Gary Quenneville, the regional sales executive in charge of KeyBank's western New York...

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BAN SOUGHT ON FLAME RETARDANTS

Schumer bill would outlaw toxic chemicals in toys, furniture and children's pajamas

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: A3

Albany
University at Albany research showing the health risks to firefighters of inhaling smoke infused with flame-retardant chemicals is leading a push for national legislation to ban some of the chemicals, which are ubiquitous in upholstered furniture, toys, and children's bedding and pajamas.
U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer was at the Engine 10/Ladder 3 Firehouse on Brevator Street Monday with Susan Shaw of the UAlbany School of Public Health, firefighters and consumer advocates to announce legisla...

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WINNERS AND LOSERS AT HEARING ON CASINOS

Tuesday, September 23, 2014,   Page: D1

Colonie
The people who oppose a casino in East Greenbush are fired up and dedicated. That was clear during Monday's long hearing in front of the Gaming Commission's siting board.
You probably knew that if you've been following the Capital Region's competition for a casino license. Now members of the commission know, too.
But what wasn't as obvious until the daylong public hearing was how much support there is in Schoharie County for a casino at Howe Caverns. None of the four proposed casino s...

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