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Awards honor a year's worth of sports

SCS recently honored teams and individual students for their athletic accomplishments this year Congratulations to all who've trained, competed and played this year for exhibiting good sportsmanship, positive attitude and representing our school well. READ MORE

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Remembering a fellow athlete

Special messages scribed on rocks from the Schoharie Creek are part of a living memorial for a fellow athlete created by the Schoharie Girls' Volleyball team to honor a fellow athlete. READ MORE

Track stars

Congratulations to the coed modified track team on their stellar performance May 4 at the Mayfield Invitational. Lots of medals, ribbons and personal bests were earned. BRAVO!!!!

Physical Education Attendance Policy

State regulations do not allow waivers or exemptions for physical education. Students who miss PE class at Schoharie Central School must contact their teacher to set up an appointment to make up missed work. DOWNLOAD SCS's PHYSICAL EDUCATION ATTENDANCE POLICY for details.

Wrestling sisters take on Oklahoma and win

SCS junior Alexis Bleau has returned to wrestling after recuperating from an injury in a big way: bringing home gold after competing  in Oklahoma with the Journeymen Wrestling Club. Younger sister Alyssia entered her first wrestling competition and finished 5th at 90 pounds at the Kids level, earning All American status. READ MORE

Megan WilliamsSCS bowler Megan Williams wins scholarship

Schoharie High School senior and bowling team member Megan Williams has won the first annual Douglas Gardner Bowling Scholarship and is a finalist for a state award. READ MORE

A season of wrestling accomplishments

The Schoharie varsity wrestling team may have had lower numbers of members this season, but their year has been filled with individual accomplishments. READ MORE

Photo gallery: Wrestling roundup

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Bowlers roll winners

Congrats to SCS's bowlers:

WAC Varsity Bowling:
Schoharie Girls – League Runner Up (2nd place)
Schoharie Boys – 5th place
Boys All-Star Team:
2nd MVP – Perry Lawyer avg. 203
Girls All-Star Team:
1st MVP – Makayla Williams avg. 186
4th MVP – Megan Williams avg. 165
Boys Varsity:
High Series – Perry Lawyer 738
Girls Varsity:
High Average – Makayla Williams 186

Scholar Athletes honored for excellence

Several SCS teams have been formally recognized by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) as Scholar Athletes for academic excellence and good character. To be named Scholar Athletes, the teams must achieve an average of 90 or above. Congrats to the winter season teams of boys basketball, girls basketball, boys bowling and girls bowling, and the fall season teams of boys soccer, girls soccer, girls varsity tennis and girls varsity volleyball. Team members received certificates and pins.

Griffin stays on track to successWillie Griffin and Jeremy Karker

Schoharie High School senior Willie Griffin is definitely on the right track in his running career. In November, he finished varsity cross country as his best season ever, winning all but one of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) meets. Last spring, Griffin and his 4x4 teammates broke an SCS record - set by his father in 1981. READ MORE

 

Dylan Callahan

Congrats wrestlers!

SCS wrestlers Ryan Martin, Jesse Lints and Dylan Callahan wrestled at the Section II Tournament over the February break, turning in impressive performances. Lints placed fourth and Callahan took first, becoming Schoharie’s first Section II Champion. He will wrestle at the State Tournament. Callahan is the second Schoharie wrestler to compete in state tournament; Alexis Bleau was first to do so. READ MORE

Dylan Callahan

Great work bowlers and wrestlers

SCS' girls varsity bowling team won over BKW 4-0 on Dec. 5, while the  boysteam defeated BKW 3-1. The same weekend, SCS' varsity wrestling team placed 7th at the BKW Tournament.

Girls soccer team ends season as Section II champs

The SCS girls soccer teams ended their season as Section II champions after a tough match against Lansing at the state competition Class C semifinals Nov. 14 in Cortland.

Lansing won 2-0 over the Lady Indians, one of only two losses for Schoharie this season that ended their winning streak. READ MORE

Photo gallery: Schoburg vs. Granville  VIEW GALLERY

Schoburg vs. Granville

 

Girls varsity soccer team advances in sectionals

Soccer success!

Congratulations to the girls varsity soccer team on their Oct. 25, 6 - 0 win against BKW and Oct. 28 1 - 0 sectional win vs. Stillwater!

Way to go Schoburg!

The Schoburg Indian Eagles football team won 26-8 over Cairo-Durham on Oct. 25.

SCS honored with Stay in the Game award

Schoharie Central School District has been honored with a "Stay in the Game" Sportsmanship Award by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) and Time Warner Cable Sports Channel. READ MORE

Girls soccer team is league champion

SCS's league champion girls soccer team finished the regular season with 14 wins, 1 loss, 1 tie.

Tennis team takes on Schalmont

Schoharie played Schalmont in tennis on Sept. 30 for some great competition in great fall weather. VIEW PHOTO GALLERY

Schoburg Football

Go Schoburg!

Schoburg Football took on Cairo-Durham for an exciting gridiron match Sept. 27. Final score was Cairo-Durham 18, Schoburg 13. VIEW PHOTO GALLERY

Save the date and support SCS sports:
Golf Tournament is Oct. 18

Golf for a great cause: The Schoharie Sports Booster Golf Tournament is set for Oct. 18 at 11:30 a.m. at Cobleskill Country Club. The scramble tournament will feature 18 four-member teams and costs $60 for members or $80 for non-members, including golf, cart and buffet dinner. Drawings and other fundraisers will add to the fun, and all event proceeds benefit the Sports Booster Club. For more information, contact Barb Sharpe at (518) 868-2878.

 

Alexis BleauBleau wrestles national gold, silver

Schoharie’s own Alexis Bleau has done it again: she wrestled her way to a gold medal at the Cadet National Championships in Fargo, ND in July, and took second in the Junior Tournament. READ MORE

 

 

More news

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Athletic Director

Jeffrey Alger
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Fax (518) 295-8161

Secretary

Kelly Takacs

 

 

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