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Athletics/Sports News 2016-17             Heart of a Champion

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Saluting senior athletes

SCS senior athletes

Schoharie High School saluted senior athletes at the May 31 All Sports Booster Club banquet. From left: Blaine Rose, Jonathan Bernhardt, Bryan Stolzenburg, Austyn Bivins, Dillon Warner, Hannah VanDerwerken, Kelsey Hayes, Renee Stalker, Winter Sparacin, Bryn MacDonald, Capri VanDerwerken, Noah Valvo, Joe Polley, Jessica Jaqueway, Mykala Williams, Caroline Wetsel.

Noah Valvo awarded HMRRC's Bill Shrader, Sr. Memorial Scholarship

Schoharie senior Noah Valvo loves to push himself when he runs to see how much he can improve his time and to place in the top three race finishers.

Right now, Valvo is among the Capital Region's top six high school athletes to be awarded a 2017 Bill Shrader, Sr. Memorial Scholarship by the Hudson Mohawk Road Runners Club (HMRRC).

Noah Valvo at the New York State Cross Country Competition at Chenango ParkValvo will study electrical engineering next fall at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica, where he will also run cross country and play baseball.

In addition to the HMRRC award, a Presidential Scholarship from SUNY Polytechnic will help the talented runner pay for college. READ MORE

 

 

 

 

Play, win, repeat: 12th Hick Stick win

Schoharie's winning Hick Stick team

Schoharie won the Hick Stick tourney against Middleburgh for the 12th time in 13 years. Congratulations to the team.

In the photo top row, from left: Coach Chip Beninati, Shane Helmstadt, Joseph Polley, Austyn Bivins, Mitchell Barton, Brandon Shannon, Skyler Jankowski. Bottom row from left: Robert Dorrough, Josh Scheuer, Stephen Alescio, Noah Valvo, Jonathan Morrell

All Sports Booster Club sponsors June 3 Color Run

Run, walk and be colorful. Sign up for the Schoharie All Sports Booster Club and Middleburgh PTSO's Scho-Burgh 2017 Paint the Valley Color Run 5K on Saturday, June 3 in Middleburgh. READ MORE

Warner earns 5th at state wrestling tourney

Dillon Warner 5th in states

5th in the state in wrestling - wow! Congrats Dillon Warner on your successful season and tournament placing and for being the first SCS wrestler to place in the state tournament.

Wrestler headed to states

Congrats and good luck to Section 2 wrestling champ Dillon Warner at the state competition Feb. 24 to 25 at the Times Union Center.

Bowlers roll WAC silver

Girls Bowling Team

The girls bowling team placed 2nd at the Feb. 6 WAC Tournament. All bowled above their averages, and Makayla Williams was named league MVP.

Girls Bowling Team

Pins for bowlers

SCS Bowling Senior Night

Makayla Williams, Emma Trendell, Joe Polley and Jessica Jaqueway were recognized with signed pins during SCS Bowling Team Senior Night during their last home competition. Ed LaBadia is their coach.

Ruling the court

SCS boys basketball teams rule the court. On Friday, Feb. 10, the boys varsity basketball team defeated Fort Plain 77-44 to seal the 2016-17 division championship. In that game, Mitch Barton broke the school record of 161 3-point shots previously held by T.J. Smith and also scored his 1000th point of his career. Coach Barton got his 300th win. Go Indians!

Boys varsity basketball team wins against MCS

The boys varsity basketball team played a great game at home on Dec. 13, winning against Middleburgh 51-49.

Soccer players net Section 2 awards

Congrats to Lady Indians soccer team members for receiving the following New York State Public High School Athletic Association awards: Carrie Krohn, Section 2 Class C Player of the Year; Addie Cornell, Katie Krohn & Megan Krohn, Section 2 All-Stars; Maddie Phelan, Western Athletic Conference All-Star; Megan Krohn, All-State Team member; and Carrie Krohn 1st Team All-New-York-State member. The awards were given at a Dec. 4 ceremony in Albany.

Lady Indians strong in state semifinals

The Lady Indians played strong in the state soccer semifinals Nov. 12 and despite Geneseo's 2-1 win, the word on the field is watch out for next year. The Daily Gazette: "Schoharie made it back to the final four with cast made up of mostly underclassmen including goal-scoring leaders Carrie, Megan and Katie Krohn.'We got here for the third time in a rebuilding year,' said [Coach] Scofield, after Schoharie came within one win of breaking the school single-season record. 'We’ll miss our six seniors, but the core will be back.'"

http://www.dailygazette.com/news/2016/…/13/1113_girlssoccer/

Noah Valvo runs for SCS in cross country states

Great running by Noah Valvo in the cross country states on Nov. 12: he represented Schoharie well and placed 30th with a time of 17:24.5 as a Section 2 Class D competitor. The state competition was held at Chenango Valley State Park near Binghamton.

 

Schoharie Girls Varsity Soccer

Lady Indians defeat Lake George Nov. 2; are Section II champs for third year in a row

Schoharie Girls Varsity Soccer

To Achieve is to Believe: Students, athletes, teams and communities can "Make That Change!"

With a mission to "impact lives and make a difference," guest speaker William Harris made a special presentation at Schoharie High School Oct. 27 titled "To Achieve is to Believe. Students, Athletes, Teams and Communities: Make That Change!" Harris's talk was free and open to the public. READ MORE

Planning ahead: Please note test dates

Athletes, parents/guardians and SCS sports fans please note for planning purposes: Some of the dates on which SAT and ACT tests are offered conflict with regional and state competitions. Specifically, Nov. 5 SAT conflicts with Fall Regionals; June 3 SAT conflicts with Spring Regionals; June 10 ACT conflicts with Spring Regionals. Being aware of these dates helps with advance planning.

Modified volleyball teams spikes a win

The girls modified volleyball team defeated Duanesburg on Oct. 4, bringing their record to 5-1. Great Job!

October heats up for SCS teams

The varsity girls soccer team captured their fourth straight league championship on Oct. 3, defeating Canajoharie 2-0. That night, the varsity girls volleyball team defeated Mekeel 3-2. Awesome!

The boys varsity soccer team defeated Coxsackie-Athens in a penalty kick shoot-out, winning to the Kyle Sharpe Tournament Oct. 1. They had tied 1-1 after two 10-minute overtimes. Go team!

The varsity cross country team ran in the Grout Invitational on Oct. 1, with Noah Valvo placing 3rd with a time of 14.51 and Abby Kosier, Ana Tessitore and Blaine Rose earning medals.

Schoharie dominates the court and the field

Schoharie teams are having a winning September. The girls tennis team defeated Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 7-0 with wins in singles and doubles competition.

Runners on the boys cross country team took a 2nd and 8th in their Sept. 27 multi-school meet and girls cross country runners scored 6th and 8th.

The girls varsity volleyball team ruled the court and defeated Middleburgh 3-2.

 

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