Cohoes Relays - Results
Luciano Invitational - Results
Shenendehowa girls and Guilderland boys win team titles big
C.B.A./LaSalle Relays - Results
Bethlehem girls and Colonie boys win team titles
The Cannoneer (Watervliet) Invitational -
Maple Hill girls and Schenectady boys win team titles
Johnstown Modified Invitational -
Stillwater Warrior Relays - Results
Fonda-Fultonville girls and Schuylerville boys win team titles
Maple Hill Invitational - Results
Maple Hill sweeps team titles
Niskayuna Warrior Classic - Results
Amsterdam girls and Carthage boys win team titles
Albright (Albany Academy) Invitational -
Ravena takes home team title
Fleet Feet Lady Eagles Invitational -
Shenendehowa wins large school title and Holy Names wins small school title
Niskayuna Medley Relay Challenge -
Ballston Spa girls and Guilderland boys win team titles
Meet records boys: Shuttle Hurdles (New Rochelle), 1600 SMR (Schenectady), and
Swedish Relay (Christ the King)
Girls: DMR (Niskayuna) and Swedish Relay (Averill Park)
Kiwanis Bi-County Meet - Results
2016 Outdoor Track - Invitationals &
New York State Indoor State Championships -
-Saratoga's Aidan Tooker wins his second strraight 3200 meters State Championship
-Saratoga's Thomas Conboy wins state title iin pole vault with a vault of 14' 6"
-Colonie's Jake Johnson takes 2nd in the 10000 meters, just edged out in 2:29.64
-Shaker's Rodel Forde places 2nd in the tripple jump with a jump of 47'11 3/4"
-Leah Moran of Holy Names places 2nd in the Long Jump with a jump of 17' 7"
-Bethlehem's Tedi DiMaria places 2nd in the Pole Vault with a vault of 12' 0"
-Saratoga girls place 2nd in the 4x800 with a time of 9:13.45, four seconds
-Saratoga's Kelsey Chmiel places 3rd in the 3000 meters in 9:41.73 and breaks
the New York State Freshmen record.
Shaker's Ronel Forde shatters New York State Triple Jump record
-Shaker's Ronel Forde broke the New York Staate record in the triple jump tonight
at the Eastern States Championships. Forde won with a winning jump of 51' 6",
more than three feet better than his personal best and shattering the 25 year
old state record of 50' 7 1/4" held by Chris Lopez of Archbishop Malloy.
This, of course, also breaks the Section 2 record of 48'10" set by Albany High's
Quentin Armstrong in 1994.
Division I Sectionals - Results
Shenendehowa boys win first team title since 2007, girls win third title in four
Division II Sectionals - Results
Niskayuna girls win first title since 2011, Burnt Hills boys win fifth title in
Division III Sectionals - Results
Scotia-Glenville sweeps team titles
Division IV Sectionals - Results
Greenwich girls and Fonda-Fultonville boys take team title
Section 2 State Qualifiers - Results
Boys triple jump corrected
Wasaren League Championships - Results
Greenwich girls and Stillwater boys win team titles
Suburban Council Championships -
Shenendehowa girls and Saratoga boys win team titles
Colonial Council Championships -
Holy Names girls and LaSalle boys win team championships.
Foothills Council Championships -
Results (updated with weight throw)
South Glens Falls girls and Amsterdam boys take home team titles.
Independent League Championships -
(updated with weight throw)
Emma Girls girls and Rensselaer/Doane Stuart boys win titles.
Frosh Championship - Suburban &
Indoor League Meets: #5A,
Yale Invitational -
Dartmouth Relays -
Indoor League: Meet: #4A,
Indoor League Meets: Meet: #3G
Meets #3A-#3F are non-scoring meets
Indoor League: Meet: #2A, #2B, #2C,
Indoor League: Meet: #1A,
NXN National Championships -
-Saratoga's Kelsey Chmiel finishes 4th overaall to help Saratoga, running as
Kinetic place 4th overall
-Saratoga's Aidan Tooker places 37th and Guiilderland's Noah Carey places 51st in
the boys race
NXN-New York Regionals - Results
-Saratoga's Aidan Tooker and Guilderland's NNoah Carey both qualify for the NXN
National Championship race next weekend in Oregon. Tooker finishes second in the
championship race in 15:49.3 and qualifies for his second straight NXN National
Championships. Carey places in seven in 16:06.6, but with Liverpool's Ben
Petrella and Fayetteville-Manlius' Patrick Perry also qualifying with their
teams, Carey moves in to the fifth individual qualifier. Colonie's Jake Johnson
(11th,16:13.8) and Shaker's Paul Nichols (12th,16:14.6) also places in the top
-Saratoga Springs girls (running as Kinetic)) place second in the Championship
girls race and qualify for their 11th NXN National Championship race in twelve
years. Fayetteville-Manlius won the team title with 38 points with Saratoga in
second with 80 points. North Rockland took third with 117 points. Saratoga was
led by Kelsey Chmiel's 2nd place finish, running in 17:50.5. Peyton Engborg
(13th,18:37.2) and Paris Fenoff (18th,18:56.7) also placed in the top 20 to help
the team. Guilderland's Emily Bini (17th,18:54.4) also placed in the top 20.
Federation Championships - Results
Saratoga Springs' Aidan Tooker wins the boys individual title and the Saratoga
Springs girls win the team title.
Section 2 Indoor Track Schedule - Here
New York State Championships -
Class A: Boys- Saratoga's
Aidan Tooker finishes 2nd in 15:59.3, behind Liverpool's Ben Petrella.
Guilderland's Noah Carey (4th,16:10.8), Shaker's Paul Nichols (13th, 16:24.0),
and Colonie's Jake Johnson (16th,16:29.5) were all medalists by finishing in the
top 20. Saratoga places 4th in the team race with 122 pts. Liverpool wins the
team title with 61pts and Coring in 2nd place with 80 pts., Section 2 finishes
2nd in the Sectional race with 364 pts., behind's Section 3's 334 pts.
Girls- Saratoga's Kelsey
Chmiel places 3rd in 18:09.5 behind champion Claire Walters of
Fayetteville-Manlius and Corning's Jessica Lawson. Guilderland's Emily Bini
(17th,18:52.5) and Saratoga's Peyton Engborg (20th,19:01.5) also placed in the
top 20. Saratoga Springs finishes second to Fayetteville-Manlius for the team
title 28-77. Section 2 places 2nd in the sectional race with 275 pts, Section 3
wins the title with 189 pts.
Class B: Boys- Queensbury's
Ethan Carey was the top section 2 runner, finishing in 27th place. Noah Affolder
of Carthage wins his second straight state title in 15:57.2. Burnt
Hills-Ballston Lake finishes 3rd in the team race with 97 pts. Pittsford-Mendon
wins their 3rd straight team title with 43 pts. (last team to beat them at
states is Bishop Gibbons in 2012, sorry, not sorry) with Maine-Endwell in 2nd
with 54 pts. Section 2 places 4th in the sectional race with 453 pts with
Section 5 winning with 175 pts..
Girls- Eva Scott of Burnt
Hills is the top section 2 runner placing 4th in 18:56.2. Diana Vizzi of North
Shore wins the individual title in 18:15.6. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake places 3rd
with 88 pts. John Jay-Cross River wins the team title with 55 pts., Section 2
places 4th in the sectional race with 434 pts behind champion Section 1's 248
Class C: Boys- Chris Hughes
of Glens Falls is the top section 2 runner finishing in 9th in 16:49.3 with
Greenville's Sean McAneny right behind him in 10th place in 16:51.5). East
Aurora's Kenny Vasbinder wins his second straight Class C individual title in
15:52.2. Glens Falls places 7th in the team race with 174 pts. as East Aurora
takes home their 2nd straight team title with 36pts., Section 2 places 6th in
the sectional scoring with 541 pts. with Section 6 winning with 212 pts.
Girls- Greenville's Olivia
Baumann places in 13th in 19:50.9 to lead all Section 2 runners. East Aurora's
Sophia Tasselmyer wins the individual title in 18:42.3. Chatham places 4th with
120 pts., just one point out of 3rd place. East Aurora wins the team title with
35 pts. Section 2 places 4th in the sectional race with 403 pts. behind champion
Section 1 with 209 pts.
Class D: Boys- Greenwich's
Colin Beasor was the top section 2 runner medaling in 17th place in 17:23.8.
East Rochester's Dawson Bathgate wins the individual title in 16:29.0. Maple
Hill places 8th with 180 pts., Lake Placid wins the team title with 37 pts.
Section 2 places 6th in the sectional race with 553 pts. with Section 6 winning
with 303 pts.
Girls- Greenwich brings home the Class D girls team title
beating out last year's champion Tully 53-63. Greenwich was led by Brynne
Wright's 7th place finish in 19:59.7 with Emma Cronin (11th,20:17.4), Brooke
Wright (14th,20:21.2), and Tori Spiezio (16th,20:24.3) all placing in the top
20. Duanesburg's Elaine Atanasova (13th,20:19.4), and Maple Hill's Monica Strain
(19th,20:30.9) also placed in the top 20. Section 2 places 2nd in the sectional
race with 243 pts. just behind Section 3.
Section 2 Championships - Results
Sectional Previews: Boys
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Suburban Council Championship -
-Aidan Tooker of Saratoga Springs beats out Noah Carey of Guilderland to lead
Saratoga to the boys team title over Guilderland 58-65 with Shenendehowa in 3rd
with 77 pts. Tooker finished in 14:52.3, three seconds ahead of Carey. Saratoga
also got top ten finishes from Ethan North (9th,15:43.4) and Declan Hines
(10th,15:47.2). Guilderland had Noah Tindale (8th, 15:42.3) in the top ten plus
Ethan McDonald (11th,15:54.4) and Jared Capuano (12th,15:55.2) just outside the
-Saratoga Springs, led by individual winner Kelsey Chmiel, place their top five
in the top ten to beat out Shenendehowa 31-84, with Colonie three points behind
in their with 87 pts. Chmiel finished in 17:07.1, 14 seconds ahead of
Shenendehowa's Danielle Jordan. Saratoga also had top ten finishes from Peyton
Engborg (5th,17:34.4), Paris Fenoff (6th,17:39.0), Alexandra Delnicki
(9th,17:52.8), and Amelia Mahoney (10th,17:57.7). Shenendehowa was helped
by Julia Zachgo (8th,17:48.2) and Kristina Watrobski (17th,18:23.9). Colonie was
led by Kathryn Tenney (3rd,17:22.1) and Amanda Chambers (18th,18:24.1).
Harvest Classic Results -
-Ethan Carey wins the varsity boys title finnishing in 16:22.9, 13 seconds ahead
of Dylan Canarelli of Sauquoit Valley and also leading his Queensbury team to
the team titles edging out Sauquoit Valley 46-50. Queensbury also got top ten
finishes from Antonino Manzella (3rd,16:45.2) and Cody Metcalfe (6th,16:52.1).
-Amsterdam's Olivia Lazarou wins the individdual title in 18:54.2, 13 seconds
over Queensbury's Sherri Metcalfe (19:07.9). Queensbury takes the team title
over Sauquoit Valley 28-71 with Emily Atamanchuk (3rd,19:10.8), Emma Hayes
(5th,19:49.2), Alexis Bartlett (8th,20:04.6), and Eliza Blood (10th,20:24.)
placing in the top 10.
Colonial Council Championships -
Schalmont's Julia and Kerry Flower go 1-2 to lead Schalmont to the girls team
title over Fonda-Fultonville 52-59
Schalmont's Francisco Beltran wins the individual championships with Albany
Academy wins team title over Fonda-Fultonville 45-90
Adirondack League Championships -
Lake George's Erika Abrantes wins individual title but Corinth edges Lake George
by a point.
Hadley-Luzerne wins boys title with Corinth's Joel Graska winning the individual
Patroon Conference Championships -
Chatham and Hallie Allen win girls titles, Greenville and Sean McAneny win boys
Western Athletic Conference Championships -
Duanesburg with Elaine Atanasova win girls titles, Mayfield and Xzavier Rich of
Berne-Knox-Westerlo win boys titles
Wasaren League Championships -
Greenwich sweeps team titles, with Colin Beasor and Tori Spiezio win individual
Foothills Council Championships -
Queensbury boys and girls sweep team titles, Ethan Carey and Emily Atamanchuck
win individual titles
Albany County Meet - Results
Greenwich Invitational - Results
Rensselaer County Championships -
10/20 Dual Meet - Results
Burnt Hills Invitational -
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10/13 Dual Meet - Results
Tartan Invitational - Results
Saratoga Springs sweeps team titles
Glover Invitational - Results
Glens Falls boys and Columbia girls win Division I titles. Maple Hill sweeps
Division II titles.
Manhattan Invitational - Results
top Section 2 results in each race are noted
10/6 Dual Meet - Results
Grout Invitational - Results
-Boys: led by a 3-4 finish by Ethan Carey annd Kevin Bouyea, Queensbury edges out
Niskayuna 46-47 to win the Division I team title Carey (13:49.0) and Bouyea
(14:09.0) were also helped by Antonino Manzella (7th,14:14.4) and Cody Metcalfe
(11th,14:49.7) placing in the top 15. Niskayuna got top ten finished from
Charles Ragone (2nd,13:42.7), Joseph Quinn (6th,14:14.0), and Colin Ross
(9th,14:44.1). Shaker's Paul Nichols won his first invitational of the year
finishing in 13:34.6, eight seconds ahead of Ragone.
Bethlehem was led by individual champion, Dawson Homer, and
placed three more in the top ten to win the Division II title over C.B.A. 39-46.
Bethlehem was also helped by Cameron Davis (14:24.9), Lucas Culley (14:43.5),
and Derek Baranski (14:50.6) taking the 7th though 9th places respectively.
Riley Grossman (14th,15:10.0) completed their top five. C.B.A. had top ten
finishes by Mike Carnavos (2nd,13:55.9), Kevin LaFleche (4th,14:06.1), and Mike
Sauquoit Valley's Dylan Canarelli took the individual
champion as Sauquoit Valley places four in the top ten to win the Division C
team title over Taconic Hills 49-95. Canarelli finished in 14:11.6, 22 seconds
ahead of Kevin Malen of Windham-Ashland-Jewett. Taylor Philpotts (7th,14:49.7),
Zachary Ward (8th,14:51.7), and Sean Kehler (9th, 14:55.1) also placed in the
top ten for Sauquoit. Taconic Hills had Trey Hotaling (3rd,14:39.5) and Ben
Fasciano (4th,14:44.5) place in the top five.
-Girls: Alex Harris and Katelyn Tuohy crosseed the line together to lead North
Rockland to easily win the Division I title over Shaker 20-58. North Rockland
placed their top five all in the top eight as Haleigh Morales (4th,16:09.5),
Kerry O'Connor (7th,16:29.7), and Claire Tantillo (8th,16:35.0) finished their
top five. Shaker was led by top ten finishes by Maryanna Lansing (3rd,15:43.8)
and Rachel Brown (10th,16:36.3).
Colonie got a 1-2 finish from Kathryn Tenney and Amanda
Chambers and placed four in the top ten to win the Division II title over
Niskayuna 27-70. Tenney finished in 15:24.5, 34 seconds over her teammate as
Colonie also got top ten finishes by Carolyn Pellegrini (6th,16:31.7) and
Bellame Bower (9th,16:43.3). Niskayuna was led by a 5th place finish by Amelia
Kokernak (16:22.5). Broadalbin-Perth places three in the top ten to take the
Division C title over Fonda-Fultonville 74-93. Broadalbin-Perth was led by a 5th
place finish by Celina Onzo (16:59.1) with Mackenzie DeZolt (8th,17:16.5) and
Gabrielle Larsen (9th,17:21.1) also placing in the top ten. Fonda-Fultonville
was led by a 10th place finish by Kacie Hunter (17:26.8) Schalmont's Julia
Flower took her second individual title in three years over her sister Kerry
finishing in 15:48.2. Kerry Flower held off Hudson's Alexandra Bartolotta by two
seconds to take second.
John Killian K-Dawg Invitational -
-Chris Hughes of Glens Falls wins the indiviidual title over Schuylerville
Spencer Swoboda by 12 sceonds to lead his team to the team title over
Scotia-Glenville 42-47. Hughes finished in 15:44.1 and was helped by top ten
finishes from Nick Lee (3rd,15:57.6) and Cameron Giordano (10th,17:16.8).
Scotia-Glenville was led by top ten finishes by Grant Norton (4th, 16;10.8) and
Jacob Greski (5th,16:17.4).
South Glens Falls takes the 2nd through 4th places and six
out of the top twelve places to easily win the girls team title over
Voorheesville 19-78. Amber Decresente (2nd,18:55.6), Regina Rosati
(3rd,18:56.0), and Kiana Bennett (4th,19;05.3) took the second through fourth
spots respectively with Martha Depoy (10th,20:36.5) and Brooke LaCarte
(10th,20:36.5) finished out South Glens Falls' top five. Voorheesville was led
by a 12-13 finish by Robin Wakeley (20:46.2) and Sydney Wilson (21:01.6).
Schuylerville's Ashley Watson win the individual title in 18:47.6, eight seconds
over DeCresente as Schuylerville placed three in the top ten but were
McQuaid Invitational Results -
-Greenwich's Colin Beasor placed 6th in the boys unseeded A-2 race
-Greenville's Sean McAneny, after recoveringg from injury for most of September,
places 5th in the Seeded A race in 15:34.3.
-Brynne Wright pplaces 10th in 18:12.4 to lead the
Greenwich girls to a second place finish in the Seeded A race behind out of
state school, Villa Maria Academy. More importantly, Greenwich's
solidifies their #1 ranking in the state for Class D beating out 3rd place Maple
Grove (ranked #2), 4th place Tully (ranked #3), and 6th place Trumansburg
(ranked #4). 5th ranked Seton Catholic and 6th ranked Norwood-Norfolk only
-Evan Scott place 4th in 17:45.7 to lead thee Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake girls to
the Seeded AA team title over Glebe Collegiate 58-110. Emily Dingman (12th,
18:19.9), Lily Dingman (18th, 18:41.8), and Marina Jerry (19th, 18:42.) also
places in the top 20 for the Spartans.
-Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake boys place 3rd inn the Seeded AA race led by Kevin
Gideon's 26th place finish in 15:43.1.Class B #1 Pittsford-Mendon took the team
title ahead of Class A #7 Xavier. Class B #5 Brighton placed 5th. Defending
Class B champion, Noah Affolder of Carthage wins in 14:14.9, breaking the course
record previously held by Mickey Burke.
-Class A 4th ranked Shenendehowa girls take the seeded AAA race over a strong
team from Centerville OH 75-81, with East Aurora in 3rd with 96 and Class A #3
Monroe-Woodbury in 4th with 107 pts. Shen was led by a 5th place finish by
Danielle Jordan in 17:10.6 with Julia Zachgo (10th,17:38.6) and Charlotte
Hartman (15th,17:50.1) placing in the top 15 to help the team.
9/29 Dual Meet Results
Queensbury Invitational -
Boys-Aidan Tooker breaks the
course record to lead his Saratoga Springs team to the team title over runner-up
Kingston 54-91. Tooker finished in 15:04.0, beating runner-up Paul Nichols of
Shaker by 48 seconds. Saratoga was also led by Ethan North (6th,16:15.4), Declan
Hines (13th,16:30.5), Will Messier (16th,16:36.6), and Will Navin (18th,16:44.0)
all placing in the top 20. Kingston was led by Thorr Trowbridge's 3rd place
finish in 15:57.9).
Greg and Matt Fusco placed 2nd and 3rd respectively to help
Somers easily take the Division II team title over Chittenango 44-106 with
Schuylerville in third with 124 points. Somers placed four runner in the top ten
with Mark Worsley (6th,17:16.5) and Nico Papalia (9th,17:29.4) helping out.
Chittenango was led by individual winner Mike Capeling who finished in 16:31.7,
four seconds ahead of Greg Fusco. Schuylerville had a 4-5 finish by Spencer
Swoboda (17:10.5) and Matt Palmer (17:16.2)
Girls- Saratoga Springs put
five in the top eight to easily win the team title over runner-up Sachem East
from Section 11 20-80. Saratoga was led by individual champion Kelsey Chmiel who
won in 17:27.1, 35 seconds ahead of runner-up Diana Vizza of North Shore. Chmiel
was helped by top ten finishes by Paris Fenoff (3rd,18:14.2), Peyton Engborg
(5th,18:19.1), Amelia Mahoney (6th,18:20.8), and Ciara Knott (8th,18:31.4).
Sachem Eat was led by a ninth place finish by Alexandra DeCicco in 18:36.8.
Schuylerville's Ashley Watson and Julia Freemire place 3rd
and 4th place respectively to lead Schuylerville to the Division II team title
edging out Chatham 61-63 with Section 1's Somers in third with 69
points. Schuylerville places three in the top ten with Watson (19:39.5) and
Freemire (19:42.8) and helped out with Caitlin Scavone's 9th place finish in
20:28.0. Chatham got top ten finishes from Hallie Allen (6th,20:06.8) and
MacKenzie Borsch (10th,20:47.4). Greenville's Olivia Baumann took her second
individual title in two weeks with a win in 19:09.2, four seconds ahead of
runner-up Monica Strain of Maple Hill (19:13.7).
E.J. Herrmann Invitational -
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9/22 Dual Meet - Results
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Fort Plain Invitational -
Ballston Spa Invitational -
9/15 & 9/16 Dual Meet - Results
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Blackbird Invitational - Results
Boys: Glens Falls, lead by
individual champion, Chris Hughes, place three in the top 20 to beat out
defending champion C.B.A for the team title 91-102. Hughes finished in
17:11, ten seconds faster than C.B.A.'s Mike Carnavos. Also helping Glens Falls
were Nick Lee (5th, 17:56), and Chad St. John (20th,18:54). C.B.A's
Carnavos finished 2nd in 17:21, 14 seconds faster than teammate Mike Flowers
(3rd,17:35), with Brian LaFleche (21st,18:58) helping out. C.B.A. was without
their top runner Kevin LaFleche. Albany Academy placed third lead by Max
placed five in the top 15 to easily take the girls title over runner-up
Mohonasen 51-112. The Patriots were lead by Celina Onzo's (21:29) 5th place
finish. then then packed the 11th-14th spots to take the win, lead by Mackenzie
DeZolt (22:08), Gabrielle Larsen (22:27), Cadey Nolan (22:29), and Jordyn
DeNeuville (22:30) respectively. Mohonasen had top 20 finishes by Emma
Sinisgalli (9th,21:49) and Jourdyn Nicholson (19th,23:01.). Schalmont placed
third lead by individual champion Julia Flower, who finished in 19:04, over a
minute faster then runner-up Monica Strain of Maple Hill (20:21), to defend her
title. Schalmont also got a 3rd place finish by Kerry Flower (20:30).
Springstead Invitational -
Aidan Tooker of Saratoga Springs takes the individual title over
Colonie's Jake Johnson in 15:11.6, to Johnson's 15:47.9, with
Guilderland's Noah Carey in a close third in 15:54.1. Saratoga wins the
team title over Guilderland 58-79. Along with Tooker Saratoga was lead
by Ethan North (10th,16:24.9), Will Messier (11th, 16:29.3), and Will
Navin (13th,16:39.7) all placing in the top 15. Guilderland had top 15
placing by Noah Tindale (6th,16:08.7), and Jared Capuano (12th,16:29.2)
Kelsey Chmiel of Saratoga
takes the individual title by 2 seconds over teammate Paris Fenoff
17:55.4 to 17:57.0. Saratoga also swept the first 7 spots to easily win
the team title over Colonie 15-91. Peyton Engborg (3rd, 18:16.8), Amelia
Mahoney (4th, 18:30.2, and Alexandra Delnicki (5th, 18:36.2) completed
the sweep for Saratoga. Colonie was lead by a 9-10 finish by Amanda
Chambers (18:54.4) and Kathryn Tenney (19:15.5).
Looking for yesterday's dual meet results, I only received the dual meet scores
from the Bethlehem meet.
Guilderland Invitational -Results
Niskayuna XC Ekiden - Results
Fonda-Fultonville Invitational - Results
Section 2 All-Time Outdoor Lists: Boys &
coaches, please look them over as there were many additions this season and may
have missed one or two.
2015 Cross Country Invitationals - Meet
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Updated 8/24: Added Ballston Spa info