Family seeks to send kids to camp in son’s memory

Nathan Willis was always happiest outdoors. His parents, Maxine and Francis Willis, described their son—who died unexpectedly last September—as a “passionate outdoorsman” more comfortable in shorts and hiking boots than…

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Eaton picks up win for tennis team

Faith Eaton picked up Whitehall’s first win of the season on the tennis courts last Wednesday against North Warren. Playing as the fifth seed, Eaton bested Jacob Allen 10-2. It…

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Railroaders baseball split four game road trip

An opportunistic Warrensburg team took advantage of several Whitehall errors to pull out a dramatic 3-2 win on Monday evening. Joe Brunelle drove in the winning run on a double…

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Wesner receives praises, money

By Jaime Thomas The appreciation continues to roll in for Pat Wesner after her good deed several weeks ago. The director of the Pember Library and Museum said she has…

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Boys lose three

Despite scoring a game high 18 points in the fourth quarter, the Whitehall boys basketball team was unable to complete a comeback against Warrensburg on Monday night, falling 54-48. Trailing…

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Eight wrestlers advance to Sectionals

Whitehall’s wrestling team saved its best for last. The team, which has consistently wrestled in tournaments featuring much larger schools, showed everyone what it could do against similarly sized schools,…

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Boys expect to compete in tough league

There were few things that went right for the boys basketball team last season. The team struggled with inconsistency and injuries as it staggered to a 1-17 record, defeating Warrensburg…

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Railroaders run over Fort Edward

Whitehall’s young offensive line is starting to grow up. The team’s biggest question mark coming into the season made a big statement on Friday night as they paved the way…

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Volleyball tournament for charity in works

Kate Becker has been Granville High School’s volleyball coach for less than three weeks now, but she’s bursting with the excitement as she looks another three weeks down the road.…

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Tennis team loses pair of matches

The Whitehall tennis team swept the doubles matches against Warrensburg in its season opener, held last Monday in Warrensburg. Lia McKee and Abby Connors dispatched their opponents, 10-5, and Alex…

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