Football Awards Dinner Recognizes Wasaren Athletes


Four Wasaren players were recipients of the Scholar Athlete Award on Monday evening at the 28th annual awards dinner hosted by the Capital District chapter of the National Football Foundation.

The Scholar-Athlete Award honors seniors for their excellence both in the classrooms and on the football field.

Michael Romack of Cambridge, Lukas Whitehouse of Greenwich, Kellan Skott of Hoosick Falls and Jeff Carrozza of Hoosic Valley received the award at the event held at the Radisson Turf Inn in Colonie.

Also recognized was Greenwich head football coach Brandon Linnett who was honored with the Class C Coach of the Year award.

Congratulations to all the award winners.


Wasaren Basketball All-Stars; Flynn, Wayand MVP’s


The Wasaren League announced it’s girls and boys all-star basketball teams on Tuesday with Hoosick Falls senior center Megan Flynn and Stillwater’s Mitchell Wayand earning the league’s Most Valuable Player awards.

Wasaren Girls All-Stars

MVP     Megan Flynn     Sr.     Hoosick Falls

First Team

Kelly Pine                  Jr.            Hoosick Falls

Emily Erickson           Fr.            Tamarac

Abby Higgins            Sr.             Stillwater

Hannah Kreiger         Jr.             Tamarac

Kate Kennelly           Sr.             Hoosic Valley

Second Team

Helen Mooney              Sr.            Cambridge

Olivia Barnes                 Jr.            Greenwich

Sabrina Whitehouse       Jr.            Greenwich

Lizza Ryan                     Jr.            Hoosick Falls

Danielle Stannard          Sr.            Hoosic Valley


Wasaren Boys All-Stars

MVP     Mitchell Wayand     Sr.        Stillwater

First Team

Connor McCart                  Hoosick Falls

Evan Dunn                        Mechanicville

Jared D’Aloia                     Stillwater

Matt Fuller                         Granville

Remington Hickey             Hoosick Falls

Second Team

George Ostrowski              Greenwich

Matt Espey                        Hoosic Valley

C.J. Tironi                          Mechanicville

Giovanni D’Ambro              Mechanicville

Zach Travis                        Stillwater


Wasaren Sportsnet Card Drive

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Jimmer Head’s Back to the D-League


How dysfunctional is the New York Knicks organization?  On the court it’s plain for all to see their inability to compete for the past month of the season.  The Knicks have dropped 15 of their last 18 contests, riding a downward spiral to a 25-37 record with 20 games left to play.  Their play has been disjointed and inconsistent, with a total lack of communication.  Those same characteristics directly apply to the front office and coaching staff of the team, most recently regarding the Jimmer Fredette signing. Continue reading