Director of Health, Physical Education and AthleticsStephanie Joannon@PortWashAD - Twitter@portwashad - Instagram767-5990 - Office767-5994 - Fax---Assistant Director of Health, Physical Education and AthleticsNick Schratwieser@portwashHPE - Twitter / Instagram767-5990 - Office767-5994 - Fax---Middle School Athletics Coordinator: Kevin BaudoKBaudo@portnet.org - 767-5573---Athletic Trainer: Rick Zappala FZappala@portnet.org - 767-5975Clerical Staff: Marie Tomasi MTomasi@portnet.org - 767-5990Teresita Valls TValls@portnet.org- 767-5990---SPRING SPORTS BEGIN APRIL 22Boys and Girls Varsity and JV lacrooseVarsity and JV SofballVarsity and JVBaseballBoys TennisBoys GolfGirls BadmintonBoys and Girls Spring TrackSpectator Policy for Spring 2021 (updated May 20)Home EventsThe Port Washington Athletic Department will follow the NYS guidelines for sports and recreation and allow 4 spectators per athlete for outdoor events. There will be no spectators allowed for indoor events. This includes home and away spectators. We are allowing 2 spectators per athlete for visiting teams. A gate list is required from the opposing school. All spectators must be on a school approved gate list to gain entry. For those spectators not on a gate list will not be allowed entry. Spectators must fill out a covid screening form before entry and are required to wear a mask at all times. Home and visiting spectators will receive a wristband to enter the facilitiy once screened.Sports Specific GuidelinesTennisHome spectators when on a gate list.Seating will be in the bleachers socially distantSpectators must be 3 feet from any fence.No visiting spectators
Masks are to be worn at all times.BadmintonThere are no spectators permitted during badminton matches.All matches will be livestreamedMasks are to be worn at all timesBoys and Girls Track and FieldAll spectators must be outside the fence to view track meets.No passes are requiredMasks are to be worn at all times while on school property.BaseballWe are allowing 4 spectators per home varsity athleteWe are allowing 2 visiting spectators per athlete with a gate listHome spectators must be on a gate list and be given a wristband and checked in by a supervisorAway spectators must be on a gate list and will receive a wristbandSpectators may view the game from the bleachers,on the first base side or along the fence lines in left and center field. Bringing a chair is encouraged.There will be no seating or viewing from behind the backstop. This is a players only area.The area behind home plate and dugout to dugout are for players only.Masks are to be worn at all times.SoftballWe are allowing 4 spectators per home varsity athleteHome spectators must be on a gate list and given a wristband and be checked in by a supervisorWe are allowing 2 way spectators who must be on a gate list and will receive a wristbandSpectators may view the game from the small set of bleachers on the third base side. or along the fence lines in all three outfield areas. There is limited bleacher seating and all spectators are encouraged to bring their own chairs.There will be no seating or viewing from behind the backstop. There is an area behind home plate and dugout to dugout designated as players only.Masks are to be worn at all times.Boys and Girls LacrosseWe will allow 4 spectators per home athlete homeHome spectators must be on a gate list and given a wristband and be checked in by a supervisor.We will allow 2 away spectators who must be on a gate list and will receive a wristbandAll varsity games will be livestreamed.There will be a designated spot for visiting spectatorsMasks are to be worn at all timesGolfHas their matches at Sands Point County Club.Spectators may attend by wearing golf appropriate attire, i.e no jeans, cutoffs, etc.All spectators must be 100 yards from the players.Masks must be worn at all timesPlayer and Official QR codeWinter Sports Information and ProtocolsTHE WNTER SPORTS OF GYMNASTICS, B/G WINTER TRACK, B/G BOWLING AND BOYS SWIMMING WILL BEGIN ON JAN. 4THBELOW IS THE INFORMATION ALL ATHLETES AND PARENTS NEED TO KNOW TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THESE SPORTS AS WELL AS THE PROTOCOLS FOR EACH SPORTS.ALL ATHLETES MUST BE CLEARED TO PARTICIPATE THROUGH THE SCHREIBER MEDICAL OFFICE. THEY WILL CLEAR AN ATHLETE WHEN AN UPDATED PHYSICAL, PARENT PERMISSIO SLIP AND INTERIM HEALTH FORM ARE COMPLETED TO BE ELIGIBLE TO TRY OUT ON JAN. 4THONCE CLEARED, ALL ATHLETES MUST COMPLETE A SPECIAL ATHLETIC ATTESTATION FORM VIA A QR CODE EACH DAY BY 2:00 P.M. IF THE FORM IS NOT COMPLETED ON OR BEFORE 2:00 P.M. THE ATHLETE IS INELIGBLE TO PARTICPATE IN PRACTICE OR GAMEALL ATHLETES MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN PERSONAL WATER AND WATER BOTTLE.SINCE THERE WILL BE NO LOCKER ROOM ACCESS, ALL ATHLETES MUST BE APPROPRIATELY DRESSED FOR PRACTICE AND COMPETTION UPON ARRIVAL.THE CAFETERIA IS AVAILABLE AS A HOLDING AREA BEFORE PRACTICESTHERE ARE NOT LATE BUSES THIS YEARATHLETES WHO ARE HOME ON A HYBRID DAY OR FULLY REMOTE NEED TO FIND THEIR OWN TRANSPORTATION TO SCHREIBER OR TO THE BUS FOR PRACTICESAND GAMES. EMAIL COACHES FOR UPDATED PRACTICE INFORMATIONALL ATHLETES MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN MASK AND WEAR IT AT ALL TIMES UNLESS DIRECTED BY THE COACHTHERE WILL BE NO SPECTATORS ALLOWED AT EVENTS OR PRACTICESBOWLING PROTOCOLSBE CLEARED THROUGH THE SCHREIBER MEDICAL OFFICEFILL OUT THE SPECIAL ATTESTATION FORM VIA QR CODE BY 2:00 P.M. EACH DAYBUS WILL LEAVE FROM SCHREIBER FOR PRACTICES AND AMATCHES EVERY DAY AT 3:20.ALL BOWLERS MUST TAKE THE BUS TO AND FROM PRACTICES AND MEETSSTUDENTS MAY WAIT IN THE CAFETERIAMASKS ARE TO BE WORN AT ALL TIMES: IN THE SCHOOL, ON THE BUS, TO AND FROM THE BOWLING ALLEY AND IN THE BOWLING ALLEYSPECIFIC SEATS WILL BE ASSIGNED ON THE BUSATHLETES MUST BRING THEIR OWN WATERNO SHARING OF EQUPMENTNO FOOD WILL BE ALLOWED TO BE BOUGHT OR CONSUMEDONLY ONE PERSON PER RESTROOM BREAKMAXIMUM OF 4 BOWLERS PER LANEGYMNASTICS PROTOCOLSGYMNASTS MUST BE CLEARED THROUGH THE SCHREIBER MEDICAL OFFICEALL GYMNASTS MUST FILL OUT THE FORM VIA SPECIAL ATHLETICS QR CODE BY 2:00 P.M.EACH DAY TO BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATETHE BUS WILL LEAVE FROM SCHREIBER EACH DAY AT 3:20TEAM BAGS WILL BE PROVIDED TO EACH GYMNASTS FOR WITH CHALK,PREWRAP, WHITE TAPE AND HAND SANITIZERINDIVIDUAL HAND SANITIZERS WILL BE PROVIDED TO EACH GYMNASTSMASKS ARE TO BE WORN AT ALL TIMES UNLESS DIRECTED BY A COACHFULLY REMOTE AND HYBRID HOME GYMNATSS CAN COME TO SCHREIBER TO MEET THE BUS FOR PRACTICE OR PROVIDE THEIR OWN TRANSPORTATION TO SOUSA.ALL GYMNASTS, REGARDLESS OF LEARNING PLATFORM MUST TAKE THE SCHOOL BUS TO AWAY MEETSNO SHARING OF EQUIPMENTBoys Swimming and Diving ProtocolsThe swim team practices at the Jericho High School pool everydayThe bus leaves from the from the front circle at Schreiber at 5:15 AMBus returns to Schreiber appoximately 7:50 AMStudents who are remote or hybrid may have a parent drive them to Jericho, but pleae wait for our bus to arriveMasks are to be wordn at all times except in the poolSwimmers should be dressed and ready to swim upon arrivalLockers are available for after practiceWhen there is a swim meet, all swimmers must take the bus from Schreiber to the meet.Swimmers sign in via special athletics QR code the evening before practice.Winter Track and Field ProtocolsAll athletes will meet on the bleachers at the track area and the side turf fieldMasks are to be worn at all times unless directed by the coachAthletes will use numerous outdoor facilities for practiceAthletes must bring their own waterDress apprpriately for the weather each dayAll practices will be outsideAthletic Training ProtocolsAll athletes must make an appointment with Mr. ZappalaThere will be no drop ins at the training roomMasks are to be worn at all timesIf you do not feel well, stay homeClick the link for information about the reopening of winter sports on January 4th. Important information on sports clearances and protocols. If there are any questions, please email email@example.com Lettertofamlies
Winter Sports Season
Monday, January 4, 2021 - Friday, February 26, 2021 (47 day season)
B Swim/Dive, B/G Bowling,Gymnastics,
B/G Indoor Track
Sports on pause are B/G Basketball, Wrestling and Competitive Cheer
Fall Sports Season
Monday, March 1, 2021 - Wednesday, April 21, 2021 (45 day season)
Football, B/G Soccer, G Tennis, B/G Cross Country, B/G Volleyball,
Sideline Cheerleading, Field Hockey, G Swim/Dive, Portettes
*Spring Sports Season
Thursday, April 22, 2021 - Monday, June 14, 2021 (46 day season)
B/G Lacrosse, Baseball, Softball, B Tennis, B/G Track and Field, G Badminton, B Golf
*Potentially extended season if no Regent Exams
Each sport season is equitable in length.
All seasons have the possibility of a one week overlapping culminating championship
All sports were kept in their individual seasons of play
Possible extension of the spring sports season if there are no regents
Any athlete can play three seasons.
This is great news for our student athletes, coaches, parents and community. More information will be forthcoming about clearances, schedules, tryouts, etc. in the coming weeks. There is much to figure out, but having these dates is the start we needed. So please stay safe…wear your masks, wash your hands and practice social distancing. Take the lead so we get back to sports in January.CLASS OF 2020A year like no other and a spring season that held so much hope. While we sheltered at home, we saw our fields empty and our hearts hurting for the sounds of sports.To the spring athletes, managers, coaches, parents and fans, we celebrate the years and seasons that already happened. Remember those memories, for they are yours.You control the next chapter.DIVISION CHAMPIONSBoys Swimming and DivingCongratulations toPeter Epp - Division Champions in 100 m ButterflyCalvin Ye Division Champ in 100 BackstrokeThe 200 medley relay team of Calvin Ye, Erik Tang, Peter Epp and Brian Ma Division ChampsThe 200 freestyle relay of Brian Ma, Erik Tang, Jonah Goodman and Peter Epp Division ChampsLIVESTREAMING Available For Winter SportsThrough a donation from the Vikings Sports Foundation of a HUDL FOCUS camera, all boys and girls basketball games and wrestling matches will be streamed live on the Port Athletics channel on YouTubeClick on the link below for the channelBe sure to subscribe to the channel (free).PRIDE IN PORT - September 14thHall of Fame InducteesArnold Donado - Class of 2007Roberta Meo - Class of 1998Thomas Murray - Class of 2002Lisa Vogeley - Class of 2003Katharine Zebroski Boiko - Class of 2002Megan Zebroski - Class of 20049:00 a.m. - Hallo of Fame Breakfast in HS Cafeteria11:00 - Parade2:00 Football GameAll Sports are in full swing. Check the link on the left for weekly schedules.For Weber information go to the Weber Athletics Site.2018-2019 Athletics - A Year to RememberBOYS VARSITY TENNIS COUNTY and LONG ISLAND CHAMPIONSAthletes Committed to Play in CollegeElliot Avidane - Brockport University - FootballDalia Bercow - Haverford College - Field HockeyJolie Bercow - M.I.T. - Field HOckeySteven Betsch - Springfield College - LacrosseAlex Change - Trinity College - BaseballSavvas Christoforou - Fordham University - SoccerMegan DiLeo - Molloy College - Field HockeyChristian DeMeo - Rensssaler Polytechnic InstituteChristopher DiLillo - University of Scranton - SwimmingJacob Fain - Wesleyan University - GolfOlivia Fogarty - University of Texas-Austin - CrewAva Gellis - Lehigh University - TrackWitt Holmes - University of Pennsylvania - CrewFrancesca Karman - Fairfield University - TennisJames Lubanski - Husson University - BaseballDavid Martinez - Wells College - SoccerJonathan Nadolne - Alfred University - SoccerMadison Prince - Nassau Community College - TrackNicholas Scardigno - Haverford College - TrackCarter Shields - University of Virginia - CrewNational Letter of Intent and Early Signing PeriodCongratulations Dalia, Ava and Francesca
BOYS Soccer 2018
Long Island Champions
NYS Semifinalists2018-2019 Start DatesFallFootball begins August 20All other sports begin August 27Pride in Port is September 29Winter Start DatesWrestling Begins Tues. November 7All Other Sports Wed.November 13Spring SportsLacrosse, Baseball, Softball Mon. March 4Track and Field, Golf - Monday March 11Tennis and Badminton Monday March 182017-2018 NewsCongratulations to four more athletes who have committed to play their sport in collegeJack Haberman - Lacrosse- SUNY MaritimeDaniel Cummings - Lacrosse - Trinity CollegeJojo Zolli - Soccer - Penn State BerksAlex Andrew - Middlesex Comm. CollegeCongratulations to the winter track coaches and NINE winter track athletes representing Port Washington at the NYS Championships.Nine More Seniors Commit to Colleges during the February Signing PeriodCongratulations to the following students who will continue their athletic career in college:James Dalimonte - Lacrosse - Muhlenberg CollegeEllie Davis - Soccer - MaristAli Hoffman - Lacrosse - M.I.T.George Moschos - Lacrosse - Dickinson CollegeEmma Roberts - Volleyball - Connecticut CollegeRebecca Rosen - Soccer - Brown UniversityRyan Stevens - Soccer - SUNY New PaltzJackStolper - Baseball - Middlebury CollegeDrew Turner - Lacrosse - Ithaca CollegeThese seniors join Caroline McCarthy (UNC lacrosse), Annabelle Corcoram (SMU swimming)and Ashlynn Gallagher (Fairfield softball) who signed their National Letter of Intent in November.Congratulations to the Conference Champions Boys Swimming TeamCongratulations to our Athletic Trainer, Rick Zappala, on his induction into the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association
An NCAA Recruiting Workshop was held at Schreiber High School January 29th.
This Forum was for all parents and student-athletes, grades 7-12, who participate in interscholastic and club sports and have the desire, work ethic, skill and academics to play at the intercollegiate level.
The distinguished panel will be discussing pre-determined questions on topics related to:
Choosing the right college or university.
Preparing an athletic profile.
NCAA Eligibility Center.
Showcases, camps and scouting services.
There will be time for questions from the audience.
Moderator: Stephanie Joannon – Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics PWUFSD
NCAA Recruitment Night Panelists:
Kevin Leighton – Head Coach Baseball Fordham University – Division I
Shannon Smith – Head Coach Women’s Lacrosse Hofstra University – Division I
Susan Cassidy-Lyke – Director of Athletics/Head Softball Coach Molloy College – Division II
Dave Duke – Head Coach Men’s Basketball Adelphi University – Division II
Brendan Chamberlain – Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Farmingdale State College – Division III
Scott Waddell – Assistant Coach Women’s Soccer NYU – Division III
Girls Winter Track Conference 1 Champions for the fourth year in a row!National Letter of Intent Signing Day.Congratulations to Lucy Hurt on qualifying for the NYS Cross Country ChampionshipsCongratulations to our girls swimming County Championship 200 yard freestyle relayCongratulations to our swimmers who will represent Port at the NYS Championships. They are Annabelle Corcoran, Anna Thompson, Gwen Gould, Molly McLoughlin, Caitlin Knight, Maddie Competello, Madison ShieldsCongratulations to the Magnificent Seven who will be representing Port in the NYS Swimming and Diving State ChampionshipsCongratulations to the football team on defeating Gorton HS 21-20 to win the Hudson River Football League ChampionshipCongratulations to the girls cross country team - Division ChampionsCongratulations to the girls swimming and diving team - Division ChampionsCheck the weekly schedule on the left. Many teams vying for playoff spots with games this week. Come support!Breast Cancer Awareness Month Wear your PinkThe football team and Portettes were honored on their Senior Day during Friday Night Lights on Oct. 6Congratulations to our new Hall of Fame InducteesWelcome Back Athletes!There will be over 450 athletes in 20 sports representing Schreiber this fall!Meet the Coaches Night - Thursday, August 31 - 7:00 p.m. AuditoriumFrom the school year 2016-2017Congratulations Gallagher Girls as Softball All StarsNews 12 Scholar Athlete DinnerRachel Rosen named to Newsday All Long Island TeamTrack and Field Athletes Going to NYS Championships
Aaron Siff Scherr wins 800m in State Qualifiers.Congratulations to our seniors who will be playing in collegeLily Avazis - East Caroline University - LacrosseRuth Benitez - SUNY-Oneonta - Field HockeyMaggie Bridges - Univ. of South Sewanee - LacrosseBeatriz Chavarria - Adelphi University - Track and FieldRobbie Connors - SUNY-Oswego - LacrosseBrian Crawley - Fairfield University - LacrosseAustin Egna - Union College - TennisMax Egna - Union College - TennisStanley Elysee - Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. - Track and FieldMolly Featherston - Adelphi University - LacrosseJordan Hurt - Colorado State University - Cross Country/TrackGeorge Kaslow - Grinnell College - TennisMaria Kogan - Columbia University - Track and FieldJoseph Levine - Middlebury College - Cross Country/TrackConnor MacPhail - SUNY-New Paltz - VolleyballJustin Maravilla - Becker College - FootballRory Owens - Case Western Reserve Univ. - Cross Country/TrackRachel Rosen - Penn State University - LacrosseColin Schroeder - Bard College - SoccerSean Sigman - NYU - GolfAaron Siff-Scherr - U of Penn - Cross Country/Track and FieldAldo Soto - Maritime College - Cross CountryJuan Soto - St. John's University - Volleyball\Daniel Vaitzman - St. Joseph College - TennisAnee Williams - Georgia State University - Track and Field"Serve to Serve "Port girls and boys tennis teams giving back to the elementary students in Port who might not otherwise know the game of tennisSenior Day for Boys Lacrosse. Congratulations!Senior Day for Softball. Congrats!Congratulations to the 4x800 relay team of Aaron Siff-Scherr, Joey Levine, Stanley Elysee and Rory Owens on their Top 10 performance at the Penn RelaysGirls Lacrosse Senior DayGood Luck Seniors!Congratulations to our winter track athletes who qualified for the New York State ChampionshipsMaria Kogen - 1000 meterAva Gellis - 200 meterLucy Hurt - 1500 meterAaron Siff -Scher - 1000 meterStanley Elysee High JumpAdam Zsikla - Triple JumpCongratulation to Alex Gao on qualifying for the NYS Gymnastic Championship.Alex scored an 8.9 on the vault to qualify.Boys Basketball Playoffs - First Round vs Plainview JFKThursday, Feb. 16th at 6:00 p.m. HOMEGirls Basketball Playoffs - First Round vs. HerricksFriday, Feb. 17th at 6:30 p.m. HOMECongratulations to Derek Knight who will represent Port in the NYS Swimming and Diving Championships in the 100 and 200 yd. freestyle swimGirls Basketball Senior DayCheerleaders Senior DayBig Weekend for Port WrestlingWe had a total of 11 All Conference wrestlers, 5 finalists and 3 Nassau County Conference Champions including the Outstanding Wrestler of the Tournament!Nassau Qualifying FinalistsAndrew Gaudioso - 1stDan Gibson - 1stCaptain Michael Nahas - 1stMark Napoli - 2ndCaptain Henry Burns - 2mdNassau Qualifying ChampionsAndrew Gaudioso: Decision in Finals: 14-4Dan Gibson: Shutout victory in finals 7-0. Youngest qualifying Champion in Program HistoryCaptain Michael Nahas: 9-2 Decision of ranked Nassau wrestler in the finals. Outstanding Wrestler of the TournamentAll Conference HonorsAndrew Guadioso - 10th gradeDan Gobson - 8th gradeCaptain Brandon Liu - 11th gradeCaptain Michael Nahas - 12 gradeMark Napoli - 10th gradeJake Diamond - 11th gradeCaptain Henry Burns - 12th gradeHakan Alkan - 12th gradeGeorge Moschos - 10th gradeCarlos Duarte - 10th gradeJustin Maravilla - 12th gradeThe fall starting dates have been released!FALL : Wednesday August 16 - FootballWednesday August 23 - All other sportsWINTER: Monday, Nov. 6, 2017 - WrestlingMonday, Nov. 13, 2017 - All Other SportsSPRING: Monday, March 5, 2018 - Lacrosse, Baseball,Softball, TrackMonday, March 13, 2018 Golf, Badminton, TennisChris Herren spoke to 2,000 staff and students during an assembly and over 200 at the night community session. If you want more information on his message email him at the Herren Project at www.THP@theherrenproject.orgCONGRATULATIONS to Varsity Cheerleaders for their third place finish in the Wantagh InvitationalBoys Basketball Champions of Manhasset TournamentFive Swimmers in the NYS Swimming and Diving ChampionshipsNational Letter of Intent Signing DayCongratulations to Aaron Siff-Scherr - News 12 Scholar AthleteSee the full interview beginning in the 5:00 p.m hour on News 12 Long Island on Nov. 9thPlayoff and End of the Season InfoCan't be at the game, follow on Twitter @PortWashADCongratulations to the Class of 2017Athletic Hall of Fame InducteesSteven Butcher, Class of 1982Charles Hoffman, Class of 1982 :Brandon Kurz, Class of 1998Lindsay Levin, Class of 2003Richard Marra, Class of 1956Hall of Fame Induction Breakfast begins at 9:00 a.m. on Sept. 16th. Feel free to stop in and congratulate these Hall of FamersVarsity and JV Football Schedules are complete. Click on Fall Sports on the left to see all fall schedulesFall Sports Have Begun! The schedules are posted on the Fall Sports Web Page. Click the link on the left for the most updated information.Good luck to all the athletes and teams this season.Fall SportsBoys and Girls Varsity and JV SoccerBoys and Girls Varsity and JV VolleyballBoys and Girls Cross CountryVarsity and JV FootballVarsity and JV Field HockeyGirls SwimmingGirls Varsity and JV TennisCheerleadingPortettesWinter SportsBoys and Girls Varsity and JV BasketballBoys and Girls Varsity and JV Winter TrackBoys and Girls Varsity and JV BowlingBoys SwimmingVarsity and JV WrestlingGirls GymnasticsCheerleadingPortettesSpring SportsBoys and Girls Varsity and JV LacrosseBoys and Girls Varsity and JV Track and FieldVarsity and JV BaseballVarsity and JV SoftballBoys Varsity GolfBoys TennisGirls Varsity BadmintonNews and AnnouncementsCongratulations to our Senior Athletes Committed to Play in CollegeAiden Finnerty - Quinnipiac College - LacrosseDylan Livingston - Haverford College - BaseballSeth Obadia - Lafayette College - LacrosseSteven Sandoval - Eastern University - SoccerDemetra Vlahos - University of Miami - CrewPhylicia Waskover - Missouri Valley College - BasketballBADMINTON 2016 COUNTY CHAMPIONSCongratulations Boys Lacrosse SeniorsCongratulations Girls Varsity Softball - Conference ChampionsGirls Varsity Lacrosse Wins Conference on Senior Day.Good luck to our seniors and good luck in the playoffs!!Congratulations to Andrew Adelhardt - News 12 Scholar AthleteClink on the link to the left for the weekly schedule of gamesGood luck to all of our teams this spring!Russell Wilson to Peyton Manning Tribute Message "If This Is It"You never know where or when someone will influence your life. Click belowConference Champions!Boys Winter TrackGirls Winter TrackBoys Swimming and DivingGirls BowlingStart Planning for Next School Year. Starting Dates Announced.
Section VIII Sports Seasons 2016-2017
(Approved January 14, 2016)
Football - Monday, August 15, 2016
Cheerleading - August 22, 2016
Soccer – Monday, August 22, 2016
Volleyball - Monday, August 22, 2016
Field Hockey - Monday, August 22, 2016
Cross Country - Monday, August 22, 2016
G Swimming/Diving – Monday, August 22, 2016
G Tennis – Monday, August 22, 2016
Wrestling – Monday, November 7, 2016
Cheerleading - Monday, November 7, 2016
B Swimming/Diving - Monday, November 14, 2016
Gymnastics - Monday, November 14, 2016
B/G Winter Track - Monday, November 14, 2016
B/G Bowling - Monday, November 14, 2016
B/G Basketball – Monday, November 14, 2016
B/G Lacrosse– Monday, March 6, 2017
Baseball - Monday, March 6, 2017
Softball - Monday, March 6, 2017
B/G Track - Monday, March 6, 2017
B Tennis - Monday, March 13, 2017
B/G Golf – Monday, March 13, 2017
G Badminton – Monday March 13, 2017Congratulations to Steven Sandoval for committing to play Division III soccer at Eastern University in Pennsylvania!Congratulations to the boys varsity basketball teamManhasset Tournament ChampionsCongratulations to Coach Klaff on being named Coach of the Year for Cross Country.Congratulations to Coach Dumpson and the girls cross country team for being names Nassau County Sportsmanship WinnersCongratulations to the boys cross country all starsCongratulations to Coach Kathleen Lennon and the girls field hockey players who were recognized at the Nassau County Field Hockey Coaches Association DinnerCongratulations to Coach Joe Lennon and the entire team girls varsity swimming and diving team on being named the Nassau County Sportsmanship Winners.Congrats girls soccer on a great season. County Finalists for the first time in girls soccer history!If you can't be there, follow on twitter @PortWashADCongratulations to the girls cross country team as they finished runner up in Nassau County.NCAA National Letter of Intent Signing DayJoin Aiden Finnerty, and Seth Obadia as they sign their National Letter of Intent to play collegiate lacrosse and Demetra Vlahos to compete in crew at the University of Miami. Meet us in the high school lobby on November 16 at 11:20 a.m.Congratulations to all the athletes who will be representing the Vikings this season!Track athletes excel at State Championships! Congrats!4x400m Relay - Jenny Aguiar, Beatriz Chavarria, Laura Russo, Christina Marinelli and Catalina SalvatierraHigh Jump - Neve Devine4x800m Relay - Peter Kirgis, Asron Siff-Scherr, Geo Mendez, Joey Levine, Andrew AdelhardtSeniors Committed to Playing Sports in College;
Jenny Aguiar – Track and Field – Wesleyan University
Diego Alvarez – Lacrosse – SUNY-Brockport
Luke Cummings – Lacrosse – Lafayette College
Nick D’Alonzo – Golf – University of Scranton
Neve Devine – Track and Field – Fordham University
Christian Esposito – McGill University – Baseball
Ryan Garry – Lacrosse - UMass-Lowell
Sam Goldman – Wrestling – Harvard University
Jina Lay – Field Hockey – DeSales University
Anton Livshin – Football – Washington and Lee University
Steven Lopez – Volleyball – Kean University
Elmer Mendez – Wrestling – SUNY-Brockport
Blaise Mongiardo – Tennis – NYU
Alec Nadjari – Volleyball - Johnson and Wales University
John Neil – Lacrosse – Wesleyan University
Matthew Nicholson – Football - Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Michael Petty – Lacrosse – Maritime College
Patience Ragione – Field Hockey – Sacred Heart University
Laura Russo – Track and Field – Geneseo College
Charlie Scharf – Lacrosse – Vanderbilt University
Sarah Seeman – Tennis – Redland University
Yuki Yoshinaga – Tennis – Stony BrookSam Goldman places 4th in the NYS Wrestling State TournamentWRESTLERS GOING TO STATESCongratulations Sam Goldman and Elmer Mendez. Good luck at the NYS Wrestling Championships this weekend in Albany.Chris Herren presented a riveting and inspirational assembly program to our Schreiber students and a community session.Anyone who would like to contact Chris, see information belowAll Winter varsity sports teams were named NYS Scholar Athlete teams.All Fall varsity sports teams were named NYS Scholar Athlete teams.Congratulations to the following swimmers who qualified for the NYS Swimming Championships on Nov. 21 and 22.Annabelle Corcoran in the 100 and 500 freestyleYuka Kuwahara in the 100 butterfly and 500 freestyleand the 200 freestyle relay team of Annabelle Corcoran, Anna Thompson, Yuka Yukahara and Ashley Ye.Congratulations to Peter Kirgis, Maddie Jester and Lucy Hurt on representing Port Washington in the NY State Cross Country Championships.Congratulations to the girls freshman cross country team on their first place finish in the Brown Invitational !WINTER SPORTS BEGIN SOON!You must be cleared through the nurse's office to playWrestling begins on November 10All other sports begin Nov. 17You need updated physical, pink permission slip, purple form.New Hall of Fame InducteesMarilyn Zahn, Class of 1985David Cohen, Class of 1998David Kahn, Class of 1998Nicole Dumpson, Class of 2000Congratulations Boys Volleyball Team - Tournament Champs!Port Washington's Boys Volleyball team came out victorious among 12 of the elite boys volleyball teams on Long Island.Schreiber High School has been named a 2013-2014 Scholar Athlete Team School of Distinction by the NYSPHSAA. All varsity teams for this school year were Scholar Athlete teams.All Spring varsity sports teams were named NYS Scholar Athlete teams.Congratulations to those seniors planning to play in collegeJermaine Brown- Lacrosse - Nazareth CollegeKim Byrne - Swimming - Elon UniversityNicholas DiLucia - Wrestling - SUNY-OneontaChirag Doshi - Tennis - NYUJoelle Feinberg - Cross country/track and field - Brown UniversityKyle Grainger - Football - McDaniel CollegeTyler Hertzwig - Baseball - Salve Regina UniversityAhmed Ismail - Lacrosse - Skidmore CollegeLiz Kallenberg - Tennis - Nassau CommunityMichele Lammers - Soccer - Delaware State UniversityNatalie Ledwitz - Lacrosse - Old Dominion UniversityAlexandra Linder - Tennis - Chapman UniversityLauren Livingston - Tennis - Claremont McKennaKent Ortega - Track and Field - Lehman CollegeKwan Park - Volleyball - Stony Brook University'Leo Potters - Cross Country/Track and Field - Johns Hopkins UniversityLuke Rizzo - Lacrosse - Fairfield UniversityBen Rosen - Tennis - Bates CollegeCatherine Tasnady - Swimming - Loyola UniversityVarsity Boys Lacrosse Routs Plainview JFK 15-6 on Senior DayAll Winter varsity sports teams were named NYS Scholar Athlete teamsCongratulations to the newest members of the NY State All State Track and Field TeamJames Burns - High Hurdles 4th in StateJoelle Feinberg - Intersectional 1500m Relay 5th in State
BOYS VOLLEYBALL COUNTY CHAMPIONS !-Season Ending Recap
` Girls Varsity Tennis 2013 County Champions
Varsity Field Hockey County FinalistsAll fall varsity sports were named NYS Scholar Athlete teamsPort Washington's Jamel Ramsay named Jets high school coach of the week
The award, in its 18th year, is presented each week to a coach in the tri-state area who serves the best interests of the game through the teaching of sound fundamentals, the motivation of young players to achieve, and the promotion of youth football by way of dedication to its community, school and its student-athletes.
The Jets also awarded $1,000 to the Port Washington football program.
"It's a great honor for the kids and the program and gives us some more recognition," said Ramsay, who is in his third season at Port Washington. "We're having a lot of success in this conference and now the town of Port Washington is recognized by the New York Jets, so it's awesome for me as a coach and a great thing for the kids to be involved in."
On Saturday, Port Washington’s Manuel Salvatierra intercepted a pass and returned it 26 yards for the go-ahead touchdown that broke a 7-7 tie in the fourth quarter. The Vikings forced three turnovers in the fourth to hand Roslyn (5-1) its first loss of the season.
"It was a close game all the way to the fourth quarter," Ramsay said. "It was really just about our defense picking up our offense that was struggling."
Ramsay is the second coach from Long Island to win the award this season. Patchogue-Medford coach Gary Marangi earned the honor after Week 3.
Congratulations to the Class of 2013 athletes who will be playing sports in college:
Shun Akai, SUNY-Albany - Soccer
Diego Almarza, Nassau Community - Soccer
Olivia Anderson, Mercy College - Field Hockey
Brenna Betsch, Sacred Heart University - Lacrosse
Emma Brezel, Oberlin College - Tennis
Derek Caruso, Nassau Community - Ice hockey
John Crawley, Johns Hopkins University - Lacrosse
Nick Duarte, Siena College - Baseball
Richard Greenberg, Haverford College - Lacrosse
Miranda Giovenco, Salisbury University - Field Hockey
Jesse Kaplan, University of Tampa - Lacrosse
Bryce Keller, Princeton University - Baseball
Kristen Kujan, Sacred Heart University - Field Hockey
Bianca Luparello, Marist - Track
Mike Moraitis, Buffalo State Univ. - Soccer
Maggie Nelson, Clemson University - Crew
Sid Kakkar, Swarthmore - Track
Gisella Snailer, University of Delaware - Track
Stacey Weinberg, Western Conncecticut - Soccer
Congratulations to the girls varsity softball team on earning NYS Scholar State Team award for the team GPA in New York State !Congratulations to the Conference Champions this spring:Girls SoftballGirls BadmintonAll spring varsity sports were named NYS Scholar Athlete teamsBOYS LACROSSE SENIOR GAME vs. HICKSVILLE MAY 10th at the Turf - 4:30 p.m.Spring Sports Are Here!Look at the weekly schedule on the left to see our teams play. We update daily.To all our fans and spectators, please be aware of our school rules regarding no dogs on school property. Please park in designated parking spaces whether it be on campus or on the side roads. Our supervisors and your neighbors in the residential areas will appreciate parking correctly and not blocking driveways. We want to keep all of our athletes and fans safe this spring.BOYS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL NAMED SCHOLAR ATHLETE STATE CHAMPION TEAMThe county quarterfinalist boys volleyball team coached by Maria Giamanco was named as the top scholar athlete team among all volleyball teams in New York State. The team's 96.339 was the highest unweighted GPA. The team will be recognized at the beginning of the Feb.5 Board of Education meeting at 8:00 p.m.All fall varsity sports were named NYS Scholar Athlete teamsThis fall was an outstanding season for fall varsity sports...congratulations to all the teams and coaches and all the families and friends who supported all of them.Field Hockey - county finalistsBoys Soccer - county semifinalistsBoys Volleyball - county semifinalistsGirls Volleyball - county semifinalistsGirls Swimming - conference championsGirls Tennis - county runner-upCongratulations to the new members of the Athletic Hall of Fame:Christin Bracken Archer '1997Corey Bodner ' 1994Lauren Bracchi '1998Caitlin Bracken Gould '2001Nina Mandel Atkinson ' 1999Wolfgang (Wolfie) Woischke '1966Congratulations to the athletes of the Class of 2012 as they pursue intercollegiate athletics.Wayne Baker - Baseball, Wheaton CollegeKaitlyn Brown - Lacrosse, Marist CollegeChrissy Commons - Lacrosse, Hofstra UniversityAnthony D'Aversa - Wrestling, York CollegeJake Froccaro - Lacrosse, Princeton UniversityHayley Kerr - Lacrosse, USCOlga Kosheva - Tennis, Brandeis UniversityPaul Mills - Baseball, York CollegeKevin Nardone - Volleyball, SUNY-New PaltzMike Pedone - Football, Hartwick CollegeJon Obadia - Lacrosse, Babson CollegeRyan Schwartz - Cross Country and Track, Johns Hopkins2011-2012 RecapCongratulations to Liz Kallenberg on being named Newday's Player of the Year in girls badminton.Congratulations to Jake Frocarro on being named Newsday All Long Island Lacrosse First Team.SENIOR ATHLETIC AWARDS DINNER- Special Award WinnersOutstanding Male and Female AthleteEmily Rosenthal and Jake FroccaroMale and Female Scholar AthleteSophia Jaffer and Ryan SchwartzManager of the YearChad Edelblum - volleyballAthletic Achievement AwardTaylor Titcomb - Cross CountryHayley Kerr - LacrosseChristopher Cannon Sportsmanship ScholarshipAnthony D'AversaRein Lumi Sportsmanship Scholarship AwardDan MinicucciCongratulations to Nicole Ziv on qualifying in high jump for the state championships this weekend in Syracuse.Congratulations to Sid Kakkar on qualifying for the 3200m run in the state championships this weekend in SyracuseCongratulations Girls Badminton County Champions!
The girls badminton team defeated two time defending county champs, Calhoun in a thrilling 4-3 victory
Good Luck to boys and girls track teams TODAY and THURSDAY in the conference championships
Congratulations to the boys and girls lacrosse teams on their semi final appearances in the playoffs. Great season!Pole Vault Comes to Port Track and Field this seasonCongratulations BOYS VARSITY SWIMMING
Conference Champions 2012All Fall Varsity Sports Teams were named NYS Scholar-Athlete TeamsFall Sports AccoladesCONGRATULATIONS TO THE BOYS
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM - COUNTY CHAMPIONSCongratulations to Coach Jeremy Klaff on being named Coach of the YearCongratulations to Taylor Titcomb for being named to Newday's All Long Island cross country teamCONGRATULATIONS TO THE GIRLS SWIMMING TEAM - CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSCongratulations to Coach Joe Lennon on being named Coach of the Year.Congratulations to Girls Field Hockey _ County FinalistsJoe Lederer named Coach of the YearCongratulations to the BOYS VOLLEYBALL TEAM - COUNTY SEMI FINALISTSCongratulations to Coach Maria Giamanco for being named Coach of the YearCongratulations to JungHo Byun and Kevin Nardone for being named to the Newsday All Long Island TeamCongratulations to boys soccer and boys cross country on being named county sportsmanship winners.Field hockey team celebrates their playoff clinching victory.Next final home game on the turf on Oct. 25 cs. Great Neck South
Congratulations to Emma Brezel and Lauren Livingston on being named to the All -State team who will be competing in the tennis state championships in Syracuse on Nov. 5th.
High School Sports.net is the place to get all the schedules for Schreiber this fall. Sign up for alerts on game changesIn MemoriamJOHN BROZA - the "Voice of the Vikings"
- It is with deep regret that the Port Washington Athletics Family
- announces the passing of the "Voice of the Vikings"
- It is with deep regret that the Port Washington Athletics Family