SCS's wrestlers defeated Scotia-Glenville on Jan.
22, 40-33. On Jan. 23, they placed 3rd at the Kosmann Tournament,
beating Canajoharie/Ft. Plain and Fonda-Fultonville. Dillon Warner was
named the heavyweight Most Outstanding Wrestler and Alexis Bleau
received the Sportsmanship Award.
SCS athletes score on the
mat, court and alley
The wrestling team defeated Berne-Knox-Westerlo on
Jan. 7. Six wrestlers scored individual wins in the match. The team
then placed 13th at the Oneonta Tournament the weekend of Jan. 9.
Great job, grapplers!
The boys bowling team beat DCS 4-0 on Jan. 11,
with a total of 2,731 pins to DCS's 2,148. All team members bowled
On Jan. 8, the girls JV basketball team won 48-8
against DCS. Awesome! In other basketball news, the annual Sco-Burgh
games will be played Jan. 29 at SUNY Cobleskill. Varsity girls tip-off
is at 5:30 p.m. and the varsity boys matchup is at 7 p.m.
Basketball team nets
Congrats to the girls JV Basketball team on
winning against Northville Dec. 1 by a score of 55-28.
Girls JV Basketball team
scores silver in tourney
The girls JV Basketball team placed 2nd in the the
Middleburgh Tournament Thanksgiving weekend. They beat Margaretville
and then lost a heart breaker to Middleburgh 21-22 in the Championship
Great season team!
After winning the 2015 NYSPHSAA Class C Soccer
Championship Regionals on Nov. 7, the Schoharie girls Varsity Soccer team (pictured
after their sectional win) took on the Notre Elmira Dame Crusaders in
Cortland Nov. 14. After an exciting match on a cold and blustery day
in Cortland, Notre Dame won 2-0. Great work team, and thank you to all
who supported the players during their excellent season.
The Schoharie girls Varsity Soccer team (pictured
after their sectional win) won the 2015 NYSPHSAA Class C Soccer
Championship Regionals on Nov. 7 against Potsdam 1-0. Next up:
semifinals on Nov. 14 vs. the Notre Dame Crusaders of Elmira. Awesome!
Soccer team does it again!
Great work girls Varsity Soccer team: They won the
Class C Sectional Championship against Greenville on Nov. 4. Their
next game is vs. Potsdam.
The SCS girls Varsity Soccer team defeated
Cambridge 2-1 on Oct. 31 to win the Sectional semi-finals. They play
Greenville in Stillwater on Nov. 4 for the championship. Go team!
Congrats to the girls Modified Cross Country team
for placing 1st in the Oct. 27 WAC Championship and to the boys team
for placing 2nd. Congrats to Noah Valvo for placing 3rd individually
and for achieving status as a WAC All-Star.
Great work soccer teams
Great work girls Varsity Soccer team for winning
their sectional playoff game Oct. 27 against Mayfield 4-0, and best of
luck in this weekend's game. The SCS Modified Soccer team won their final
game of the season on Oct. 20, winning over Duanesburg 5-1. What a
great end to an awesome season.
Team sectional champs
Congrats to SCS's awesome girls Varsity
Tennis Team, sectional champions! The team finished their season at
The girls JV Soccer team won 4-1 over Cairo-Durham
on Oct. 19, finishing their season with a 7-5 record. The girls
JV and Modified Volleyball teams both won their matches against OESJ.
Congrats to the girls Varsity Soccer team for
their win over Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville for the WAC Cup!
SCS plays strong
Great job SCS athletes! On Oct. 13, Varsity Cross
Country team member Noah Valvo placed 1st at the meet at Mekeel
Christian Academy, while Blaine Rose placed 6th, Andrew Hahn 7th and
Matt Faas 8th. Samantha Luniewski ran 6th in her race at the meet.
The Girls JV Volleyball team added another victory
to their tally, winning against BKW on Oct. 13.
Also on Oct. 13, the Girls JV Soccer team won
against Northville 3-0. Goals were scored by Katie Touchette, Holly
Yauchler and Mackenzie Barton added a goal and an assist.
The girls Varsity Soccer team defeated Duanesburg
8-0 on Oct. 14; on Oct. 16, they play Oppenheim-Ephratah-St.
Johnsville for the WAC Cup.
The Girls Modified Volleyball team defeated BKW on
Oct. 14, bringing their record to 6-2.
Best of luck to the Varsity Tennis team at the
Boys Varsity Soccer Team wins Kyle Sharpe
Congratulations to Schoharie's Boys Varsity Soccer Team for winning
the annual Kyle Sharpe Tournament 2-0 on Sept. 26!
Great job athletes!
Schoharie's teams have been doing great. Here are
some accomplishments from the week of Sept. 20:
Coed Varsity Cross Country: Noah Valvo placed 1st
with the time of 16.20. Blaine Rose placed 4th, Andrew Hahn 5th and Matt
The boys are now 2 and 0 in the league.
Varsity Golf: Congratulations to the golf team on
their 15-0 win over Waterford Sept. 22 and to Joe Polley for
shooting a 41 to help lead the golf team in their Sept. 23 win over Fort
Girls JV Volleyball: A round of applause to the JV
Volleyball Team for bringing home wins against
Canajoharie and BKW.
Girls Modified Volleyball: The team defeated BKW
Girls JV Soccer: The team won 3-2 in overtime
Sept. 23 at Northville. Kayla, Mackenzie and Katie T. all scored
goalswhile Sierra Z. added an assist.
Girls Modified Volleyball: As of Sept. 26, the
girls team was 3 – 0 after defeating MCS and Mayfield.
Girls Modified Soccer: The girls won lSept. 24 7-0
against MCS. Goals and assists were made by Carissa, Sally, Christina,
Shawna, Daisy and Emma.
Boys Varsity Soccer: The boys won the Kyle Sharp
Tournament 2-0 on Sept. 26. Matt scored both goals. Stalker had an
assist. Everyone played like a team.
Girls Modified Soccer: The girls tied with
Canajoharie 3-3 on Sept. 26. Goals by Shawna and Carissa.
JV Volleyball team spikes a win
Great work JV Volleyball team for your win against
Middleburgh on Sept. 9.
Fall schedules are posted on ScheduleStar
SCS uses the
ScheduleStar website for sports and athletic schedules. Note that
there is a permanent link to it on the right side of this webpage.
This allows for regular updates and changes.
Alexis Bleau earns bronze in Cadet World Championships
Congratulations to Schoharie Jr./Sr. High School
student and wrestling standout Alexis Bleau! She had a great summer,
earning a bronze medal as a member of Team USA at the Cadet World
Championships in Bosnia.
READ MORE and view a video interview in the online New York Wrestling
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