CLIFTON PARK — Behind a first-place finish from David Walton in the 200-yard freestyle and a pair of relays placing second, Queensbury won Division II of the Section II swim meet on Saturday.The Spartans won with a team total of 370 points. Burt Hills took second with 319 points and Glens Falls rounded out the top three, scoring 279.It is the first Section II championship of Spartans coach Mike Anderson’s career and the Spartans’ first since 2015.
CLIFTON PARK — David Walton of Queensbury holds first place in the 200-yard freestyle and three Spartans qualified the state meet during preliminary competition in the Section II swimming championships on Friday. Finals in Division II will be held Saturday at Shenendehowa High School.Walton qualified for the state swim meet in the 200 free. The eighth grader has already qualified for states in the 500-yard freestyle and 200 IM.
Seattle Thunderbirds’ General Manager Russ Farwell is the definition of an ice hockey lifer. Born in Peace River, Alberta, Farwell began playing the game as soon as he could walk and became a professional coach at 21. He’s moved back and forth across Canada and the United States in his 61 years in pursuit of work in amateur and professional hockey, including a four-year stint as the general manager for the Philadelphia Flyers.
@CameronGillon_@StGeorgeGroves@McGuigans_Gym Groves has suffered unfair criticism over the past few years - those defeats against Froch would have finished a lesser character - he’ll obviously never win over everyone but imo is the most under-rated British fighter at present...
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