Athletics

Contact the Athletic Department
Phone: 845-687-2400 Fax: 845-687-0998

Jeff Panek
Athletic Director - ext 4261
e-mail: jpanek

Deana DeGrote 
Athletics Secretary - ext 4287
e-mail: ddeg
rote

To e-mail Mr. Panek or Ms. DeGrote, use the e-mail
listed, followed by @rondout.k12.ny.us


SPORTS SCHEDULES

Rondout Athletics Streaming Link
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCklfdsSpD1XN-JN36ZQDedQ



Cancellations/Changes: 5/16/2022 
All Games & Practices Cancelled 


Section IX Start Dates:

All High School JV/Varsity Spring Sports– March 14, 2022

Family ID registration opens 2/12/22
Baseball - JV/Varsity
Golf - Girls Varsity
Lacrosse - Boys Varsity
Softball - JV/Varsity
Spring Track - Boys Varsity
Spring Track - Girls Varsity
Tennis - Varsity

Modified Spring Sports – March 21, 2022
Family ID registration opens 2/19/22

Baseball
Lacrosse - Boys
Lacrosse - Girls
Softball 
Spring Track - Boys 
Spring Track - Girls

Attention all athletes:  

You must register for your intended sports, even if you played a winter/spring sports.

a button that reads 'Register Now' with a 'Powered by FamilyID' stamp on the bottom of it
For more information and detailed instructions, please click this link.


Athletes, please sign up with your school nurse for your Fall 2022 sports physicals in the High School & Junior High School. 

Sports Physical Dates:
5/25/22
6/1/22
6/8/22

If you have any questions, please contact your school Nurse or the Athletic Office at 845-687-2400 ext. 4287.

 

 



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Athletics and our Athletic Director, Coach Panek would like to congratulate John Soi, Boys Lacrosse, Abbie Naccarato, Girls Softball, and Stephen Barnum Boys Track and Field, nominated and chosen as the April Benny’s Pizzeria Athletes of the Month.  Congratulations John, Abbie, and Stephen on being selected as the April Athletes of the Month.

J Soi

A Naccarato

Stephen Barnum


Congratulations to senior track athlete Cameron Sands who last week broke school records in both the 100 meter dash and 200 meter dash.  Cameron ran a 100 time of 10.69 and a 200 meter time of 21.89.  Cameron currently has the #1 200 meter time in New York State and has qualified for the New York State Championship in both events. The 200 meter school record was previously held by Doug Morse since 1988.  Doug currently coaches Modified Football, Wrestling and Track and Field at Rondout.  Like Cameron, Coach Morse ran both the 100 and 200 meter dash and the 4 x 100 meter relay.  He went to states for the 4 x 100 in 1987 and the 100 meter in 1988.  He recalls setting the record at a meet in New Paltz in 1988.

Morse and Sands

D Morse

C Sands


 

The Athletic Department & our Athletic Director, Coach Panek would like to congratulate Cameron Sands, Andrew Kassian, and Jacqueline Kennedy on being nominated and chosen as the March Benny’s Pizzeria Athlete of the Month.  Please stop by Coach Panek’s office to receive your free pizza gift certificate. Congratulations Cameron, Andrew and Jacqueline on being selected as the March Athletes of the Month.

sands
Kassian

J Kennedy



Congratulations 

Section IX Class B All-BCANY Team

Player of the Year

Aaron Coston, Rondout Valley

Coach of the Year

Jeff Panek, Rondout Valley

Class B All-Stars

Jaiden Marshall - Rondout Valley
Jacob Stange - Rondout Valley
Terrance Stange - Rondout Valley


 

Football Highlights

On March 20th the Section 9 Football Coaches Association held its annual awards banquet. Carter Cafiero was selected as an All-Section 9 All-Star. We would like to congratulate Carter on a great season!

C Cafiero
 Congratulations to Rondout Grad Jimmy Brush on making the ECFC Academic Honor Roll for the 2021 football season. Jimmy has recently been named the starting QB for Alfred State College football team in their upcoming spring game to be played in Canada.
Brush

J Brush

 


Indoor Track girls 4 x 200 meter relay team of Jacqueline Kennedy, Sophia Schoonmaker, Olivia Waruch and Kayla Oakes qualified and ran at the New Balance Indoor Track and Field Nationals meet in NYC this weekend. 

Girls Indoor Track Nationals 2022

Jacqueline Kennedy also competed in the Rising Stars 60 Meter Dash.

Cameron Sands competed in the Rising Stars 60 Meter Dash.  He ran a 7.00 seconds in the preliminary round which qualified him for the semifinals.  He then ran a 6.96 to win his semifinal race and capped off his day with a blazing fast 6.88 to win the Rising Stars division of the New Balance Nationals taking home the gold medal versus athletes from all over the country.

C Sands

Link to Cameron’s race video https://results.armorytrack.com/meets/11230/events/433644/full-race-videos

 


Athletics and our Athletic Director, Coach Panek would like to congratulate Destiny Walsh varsity wrestling, Angelina Turner varsity girls’ basketball and Jaiden Marshall varsity boys’ basketball on being nominated and chosen as the February Benny’s Pizzeria Athletes of the Month. Congratulations Angelina, Destiny, and Jaiden on being selected as the February  Athletes of the Month.


D Walsh



A Turner



J. Marshall


Congratulations to the Boys Basketball team who won Section IX Finals
on Saturday, 3/5/2022 against John S. Burke (55-40)

VBBSK Section Finals March 5 22



Coach Panek would like to thank all of you for attending the game last night and playing an important role as our sixth man!!! Even their head coach called me this morning and said how you got your section filled in blue was amazing, that usually doesn't happen here at Red Hook!! Well, it did, and I thank all of you!

Congratulations to the Boys basketball team on a hard-fought win at Red Hook. Congratulations to Aaron Coston leading the way and leading the team with 21 points passing the 1000-point mark of his career! 1000 points in a short 3-year career is unheard of and quite an accomplishment! So, congratulations to Aaron!

Zach Banks connected on 3 huge three pointers and 13 points, Terrence Stange added 11 and Jacob Stange added 8.

The boys will play Burke Catholic on Saturday at 3:00pm at Middletown High School.


Kathy Cassens Photography
#Kathy Cassens Photography 

LATHAM, NY- The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) has announced it will be subject to the New York State Department of Health guidance for large-scale indoor events for two of its state tournaments—the Wrestling Individual Championships and the Boys Basketball Championships—in which all attendees ages 5 and older will be required to show proof of full vaccination or a negative test upon entry into the venue. In accordance with NYSDOH, the guidance is “in effect for large-scale indoor events of 5,000 attendees or greater.”

 

Annually, NYSPHSAA sees over 5,000 spectators, coaches, athletes, volunteers, committee members and staff attend the Wrestling Individual Championships and the Boys Basketball Championships each day they are held. The Association anticipates easily exceeding 5,000 attendees each day of each event again this year and therefore will be subject to the guidance.

 

Per NYSDOH guidance, all attendees ages five and older (including coaches and athletes) at the Wrestling Championships, held on February 25-26 at MVP Arena in Albany, and the Boys Basketball Championships, held on March 18-20 at Cool Insuring Arena in Glens Falls, will be required to show proof of full vaccination at the turnstiles of each venue or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of the event. NYSPHSAA is working with both venues in an effort to offer on-site testing and additional details will be made available when finalized.

 

According to NYSDOH guidelines, full vaccination is defined as having received the second mRNA vaccine shot (or single Johnson & Johnson dose) at least 14 days prior to the start of each tournament. Proof must be provided in paper form, digitally, or by presenting the State’s Excelsior Pass. In accordance with the September 2nd NYSDOH guidance related to scholastic events, masks are required to be worn at all times when inside either venue.

 

“As the governing body for interscholastic athletics in New York state, it is important that we adhere to NYSDOH guidelines that are in place for the health and safety of participants and fans,” said Dr. Robert Zayas, NYSPHSAA Executive Director. “A year ago, hosting state championship events was not possible. Thankfully, we now have the ability to provide participation opportunities for students under the direction of public health officials.”

 

On December 7th, NYSPHSAA notified its membership it would adhere to vaccination requirements set forth by Rochester Institute of Technology which is hosting the NYSPHSAA Competitive Cheerleading Championships on March 5th. All attendees of this event, ages five and older, will be required to show proof of full vaccination

upon entry into the venue. The University policy was set forth for events with 400 or more attendees and does not allow for proof of negative test.

 

Additionally, New York City Parks and Recreation is requiring spectators, ages five and older, to show proof of full vaccination if they plan to attend the NYSPHSAA Indoor Track State Championships at Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex on March 5th.

 

On September 9th, NYSPHSAA adopted a Championship Protocol policy which states it will “honor and abide by all terms, conditions and restrictions imposed by the scheduled and contracted venue for matters impacting and protecting public health.”

 

NYSDOH guidelines are subject to change. The most up-to-date guidance can be found on each championship landing page on www.nysphsaa.org.

 

About NYSPHSAA (Twitter: @NYSPHSAA | Facebook: NYSPHSAA | YouTube: NYSPHSAASports): The New York State Public High School Athletic Association Inc. is a non-profit, voluntary, educational service organization composed of public, parochial, and private schools dedicated to providing equitable and safe competition for the students of its member schools. The organization conducts 32 championship events and governs the rules and regulations of high school athletics in New York State. Membership is open to secondary schools providing interschool athletic activities for boys and girls in grades 7-12.

 

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Congratulations to Jackie Kennedy and Cameron Sands who both qualified for the New York State Championships in the 55 meter dash.

Cam and Jackie also both hit the standard for Nationals.

And congratulations to Sophia Schoonmaker, Kayla Oakes, Olivia Waruch and Jackie Kennedy who took 3rd overall in Section 9 in the 4 x 200 and also qualified for Nationals with their school. record time

Indoor Track 22
#Kathy Cassens Photography 


This past weekend Rocco DeAveiro and Lucas Ospina competed in the New York State Wrestling Championships at the MVP arena in Albany.  Though neither placed, it was a great experience to wrestle and get to watch the best wrestlers in New York State.  Lucas was defeated in the 1st round by James Carlock of Collegiate High school in the Bronx.  He then lost to Trevor Cortright of Chenengo Valley.  Rocco was defeated by Cully Bellino from Canastota in round 1.  He then defeated Louis Canatta of Seaford High School on Long Island.  Rocco lost his final match in a tough bout against Alex Clancy of Saranac.  Congratulations to both Rocco and Lucas for great seasons and careers at Rondout Valley



Andrew Kassian and Jack Samko had a great weekend at Sectionals and Sectionals finals. The team of two scored 51 points placing them 15th out of 20 teams.  Jack Samko placed 11th in the 100 yard freestyle and 5th in the 50 yard free style. Andrew Kassian placed 3rd in the 200 yard IM and 4th placed in the 100 yard butterfly. Andrew had a state qualifying time in the 100 butterfly and will be competing on the section 9 team at States Championships March 4th and 5th at Ithaca College! 

Boys Swimmers



Congratulations to Destiny Walsh for capturing Rondout Valley's 1st girls individual Section 9 Wrestling Championship at Monroe-Woodbury High School on Friday February 11th.  In her semifinal match Destiny came from behind to score a 3-2 victory over Citrus Triplett of Red Hook.  In the finals Destiny cradled and pinned Gillian Smith of Saugerties to earn her title.  Destiny has worked hard all season and often moved up in weight class to wrestle boys in matches.  Her great technique and conditioning helped her compete at a high level. 

Congratulations Destiny


D Walsh


Rondout Valley Wrestling took home its 32nd, 33rd, and 34th individual section 9 wrestling titles this past weekend.  Destiny Walsh started out the weekend by dominating her weight class at the all girls tournament at Monroe-Woodbury high School. Alexeah walsh placed 3rd.  On Sunday Rocco DeAveiro and Lucas Ospina captured titles in the 14 team section 9 tournament.  Nick Laskowski and Alex Bollin placed 2nd in the section.  Also winning matches were Mica King and Liam Walsh.  Lucas and Rocco will compete in the New York State Championships in 2 weeks.  Congratulations to all.


Varsity Wrestling


#Kathy Cassens Photography 

The RV girls varsity track team took second place in the section 9 divisional championship on Saturday.

Individual Champions were

Kayla Oakes who took 1st place in the High Jump, 1st place in 300

Jackie Kennedy took 1st place in the 55 dash and 2nd in long jump

Sophia Schoonmaker took 1st place in the Long Jump and 2nd place in triple jump

Olivia Waruch took 1st place in the 600

Riley Schoonmaker took 1st place in the weight throw and 3rd in the Shot Put

The girls also won the 4 x 400 with Riley Schoonmaker, Mackenzie Heyl, Joleigh Kazak and Olivia Waruch

And were champions in the 4 x 200 relay with Jackie Kennedy, Sophia Schoonmaker, Olivia Waruch and Kayla Oakes.

Girls Indoor Track 22

#Kathy Cassens Photography 

Congratulations to the RV Boys Track Team who won the Divisional Championship with a huge team effort.

Cameron Sands led the way with a 1st place in High Jump and 2nd in the 55 dash breaking the school record in the 55 dash.

Ryan Britt took second in the long jump and triple jump

Stevie Barnum took 2nd in pole vault and Matt Peck took 2nd in the weight throw.

The RV boys secured the team win over New Paltz at the end of the night with a 1st place in 4 x 400 relay with Finn Kenney, Austin Amato, Matt Peck and Trey Cimino 

And a first place and new school record in the 4 x 200 relay with Ryan Britt, Gabe Schoonmaker, Audric Mondini and Cameron Sands.

Boys Indoor Track 2022

#Kathy Cassens Photography 

https://ny.milesplit.com/meets/454658-ociaa-division-championships-2022/teams/11627#.Ygk3R-7MKbg



021-2022 NYSPHSAA Championship Protocol
September 8, 2021


At this time, NYSPHSAA plans to host all State Championship events as scheduled.  The following protocol will be published in all Championship Operation Packets and utilized for 2021-2022 NYSPHSAA Regional and State Championship events if a participating member school is notified of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case impacting a member of their team (i.e., players, coaches, managers, etc.) during post season play.  Championship Operation Packets are released approximately one month prior to the State Championship.

To see the complete protocol document please use the link below
2021-22 Championship Protocol PDF

LATHAM, NY- The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) has announced it will be subject to the New York State Department of Health guidance for large-scale indoor events for two of its state tournaments—the Wrestling Individual Championships and the Boys Basketball Championships—in which all attendees ages 5 and older will be required to show proof of full vaccination or a negative test upon entry into the venue. In accordance with NYSDOH, the guidance is “in effect for large-scale indoor events of 5,000 attendees or greater.”

 

Annually, NYSPHSAA sees over 5,000 spectators, coaches, athletes, volunteers, committee members and staff attend the Wrestling Individual Championships and the Boys Basketball Championships each day they are held. The Association anticipates easily exceeding 5,000 attendees each day of each event again this year and therefore will be subject to the guidance.

 

Per NYSDOH guidance, all attendees ages five and older (including coaches and athletes) at the Wrestling Championships, held on February 25-26 at MVP Arena in Albany, and the Boys Basketball Championships, held on March 18-20 at Cool Insuring Arena in Glens Falls, will be required to show proof of full vaccination at the turnstiles of each venue or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of the event. NYSPHSAA is working with both venues in an effort to offer on-site testing and additional details will be made available when finalized.

 

According to NYSDOH guidelines, full vaccination is defined as having received the second mRNA vaccine shot (or single Johnson & Johnson dose) at least 14 days prior to the start of each tournament. Proof must be provided in paper form, digitally, or by presenting the State’s Excelsior Pass. In accordance with the September 2nd NYSDOH guidance related to scholastic events, masks are required to be worn at all times when inside either venue.

 

“As the governing body for interscholastic athletics in New York state, it is important that we adhere to NYSDOH guidelines that are in place for the health and safety of participants and fans,” said Dr. Robert Zayas, NYSPHSAA Executive Director. “A year ago, hosting state championship events was not possible. Thankfully, we now have the ability to provide participation opportunities for students under the direction of public health officials.”

 

On December 7th, NYSPHSAA notified its membership it would adhere to vaccination requirements set forth by Rochester Institute of Technology which is hosting the NYSPHSAA Competitive Cheerleading Championships on March 5th. All attendees of this event, ages five and older, will be required to show proof of full vaccination

upon entry into the venue. The University policy was set forth for events with 400 or more attendees and does not allow for proof of negative test.

 

Additionally, New York City Parks and Recreation is requiring spectators, ages five and older, to show proof of full vaccination if they plan to attend the NYSPHSAA Indoor Track State Championships at Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex on March 5th.

 

On September 9th, NYSPHSAA adopted a Championship Protocol policy which states it will “honor and abide by all terms, conditions and restrictions imposed by the scheduled and contracted venue for matters impacting and protecting public health.”

 

NYSDOH guidelines are subject to change. The most up-to-date guidance can be found on each championship landing page on www.nysphsaa.org.

 

About NYSPHSAA (Twitter: @NYSPHSAA | Facebook: NYSPHSAA | YouTube: NYSPHSAASports): The New York State Public High School Athletic Association Inc. is a non-profit, voluntary, educational service organization composed of public, parochial, and private schools dedicated to providing equitable and safe competition for the students of its member schools. The organization conducts 32 championship events and governs the rules and regulations of high school athletics in New York State. Membership is open to secondary schools providing interschool athletic activities for boys and girls in grades 7-12.

 

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Yesterday Rondout had two swimmers compete at the OCIAA Swimming championship. Together Andrew Kassian and Jack Samko scored 68 points for Rondout, which is an incredible feat for a team of  only 2 athletes. Andrew placed 3rd in the 100 Fly and 1st place in the 200 I.M.  Jack Samko placed 4th in the 100 Fly and 2nd in the 50 free. Both Andrew and Jack took significant time off during their races and will be competing in Sectionals next Thursday 2/17 at Valley Central.

Andy & Jack


 

Athletics and Coach Panek would like to congratulate Alex Bollin varsity wrestling, Maddie Malak varsity girls’ basketball and Aaron Coston varsity boys’ basketball on being nominated and chosen as the January Benny’s Pizzeria Athletes of the Month.  Congratulations Alex, Maddie, and Aaron on being selected as the December Athletes of the Month.


Bollin
#Kathy Cassens Photography 
Varsity Wrestling Alex Bollin went 10-2 this month with a 5th place finish in the Highland Round Robin Tournament and his first Championship in the 16 team Mahopac tournament

Malak
#Kathy Cassens Photography 

Girls Basketball Maddie Malak: 12.5 ppg

6 rebounds per game

2 assists per game

4 steals per game

 Coston

#Kathy Cassens Photography 

Boys Basketball Aaron Coston helped the Varsity Boys Basketball team to a 5-0 record in January improving their overall record to 7-3. Aaron averaged 22.2 points, 10 plus reb, and 10 assists per game for the month.




Athletics and our Athletic Director, Coach Panek would like to congratulate Rocco DeAveiro varsity wrestling, Magnolia Flamhaft varsity girls’ basketball and Ryan Britt Indoor track on being nominated and chosen as the December Benny’s Pizzeria Athletes of the Month. 

  • Rocco DeAveiro:  Last week, Rocco pinned his Ellenville opponent in 54 seconds. He pinned his New Paltz opponent in 1:01.

R. DeAveiro
#Kathy Cassens Photography 

  • Magnolia Flamhaft: (Stats based on 5 games so far)

13.8 points per game
2 rebounds per game
3 assists per game2 steals per game


M. Flamhaft
#Kathy Cassens Photography 

  • Ryan Britt is a junior on the varsity track team.  Ryan is one of the team captains and participates in the sprints and jumps. This season, Ryan has broken the indoor school record in the long jump multiple times.  Most recently he has jumped 19 ft 7inches and continues to improve his speed and jumping ability.  Ryan is also a member of the 4 x 200-meter relay team who missed a school record by tenths of a second at our last meet.

R. Britt

#Kathy Cassens Photography 
Congratulations Rocco, Magnolia, and Ryan on being selected
as the December Athletes of the Month.



Athletes, please sign up with your school nurse for your Winter 2021 sports physicals. 

845-687-2400 ext. 4287.

 

VERY IMPORTANT!!! If the athlete is getting their own provider to complete a physical, it MUST be documented on the most updated NYS form (2020) version - we CANNOT accept it on any other form.    http://www.p12.nysed.gov/sss/documents/health-exam-form.pdf


 

DATE:  September 9, 2021

Athletics will participate in practices and games under the Section IX Fall 2021 COVID-19 Protocol Guidelines. The Section IX Protocol Committee has developed a set of guidelines for the Fall 2021 season. These guidelines are subject to change based on any future mandates from the Governor, the State Department of Health, the local County Departments of Health, the State Education Department or the NYSPHSAA. The guidelines are as follows: Section IX will conduct the fall 2021 season in all sports.

 Indoor sports of Volleyball are required to wear masks. This includes players, coaches, site personnel and officials. Indoor sports will allow spectators. Spectators will be required to wear masks.

Section IX reminds all schools to follow social distancing and all other mitigating protocols to keep all participants as safe as possible.

We must maintain a continuous log of attendance for every person, including students, faculty, staff, contractor, and visitors, who may have close contact with other individuals on our campuses.

The District will consider the range of mitigation measures available to maximize the safety of all people (players, coaches, spectators), including vaccination, screening testing, and if necessary, canceling all sports and extracurricular activities in counties with high transmission.

Outdoor sports will not require masks for players, coaches, site personnel and officials.  

Outdoor sports will allow spectators with no mask requirements.

 



Please stay home if you are sick.


*COVID rules will be in effect.  All persons must wear a mask while in the school building.  Please use social distancing and hand-washing protocol. 

**The student should arrive through the building's main entrance screening stations. 

***Students will have temperature check completed and will need to answer the screening questions

****The student must travel directly to the health office, and when completed with the physical exit the building promptly without stopping in offices or classrooms. 

*****Athlete may be accompanied by one parent or guardian.  We will ask that the adult that drives them remain in their vehicle.


Please contact the Athletic Office or your school nurses with any questions or concerns.







Section IX Parent Information   


 An Important Reminder :

There is no smoking and no dogs allowed on campus, including all sporting events



Section IX Start Dates: 

All High School Fall Sports - August 222022
Family ID Registration opens July 22, 2022

Cross Country - Varsity 
Football - Varsity
Field Hockey - JV/Varsity 
Golf - Boys Varsity
Soccer - Boys JV/Varsity
Soccer - Girls JV/Varsity
Volleyball - JV/Varsity


Modified Fall Sports - September 2022
Family ID Registration opens August , 2021

Football - Modified A
Cross Country
Field Hockey
Soccer - Boys
Soccer - Girls

All High School JV/Varsity Winter Sports - November 14, 2022

Family ID registration opens 10/15/22
Basketball - Boys JV/Varsity
Basketball - Girls JV/Varsity
Indoor Track - Varsity Boys/Girls
Wrestling - Varsity 

Modified Winter Sports - November 21, 2022
Family ID registration opens 10/22/22

Basketball - Boys 
Basketball - Girls 
Wrestling 


3/9 Cancellations: Tonight's Varsity Boys Regional Basketball game with Bronxville is rescheduled to tomorrow Thursday, 3/10/2022 @ 6pm @SUNY Sullivan


Tickets are on sale for the Rondout Valley vs Bronxville, Class B Boys Basketball game on Thursday, 3/10/2022 @ 6pm @SUNY Sullivan. Rondout Valley has been allocated 500 Tickets to purchase. The Link will allow 2 Tickets per Transaction. See the link below: 
GoFan

RV Varsity Boys Basketball Game vs. Bronxville Game link:

 

https://events.locallive.tv/school/bronxville-hs


Section IX Basketball Championship Boys Class B ~ 3/5/22 at Middletown High School @ 3pm


Tickets will be sold on GOFan will be a first come; first served basis.

GOFAN

Tickets will be $7.00 per ticket

(An estimated $1.50 service charge will be added to each ticket)

Once tickets are purchased on-line, they will be emailed to the purchaser’s

Cell phone. The purchaser(and other member of their party) will enter together.

When they show their phone, the tickets will be validated, they will be granted 

Entry, and receive a hand stamp.

NO SCREENSHOTS of TICKETS are PERMITTED

TICKETS will be sold on-line on a First Come - First basis

Those who are not able to obtain tickets will have an online viewing option

through the NFHS. The subscription to the NFHS is $10.99 and covers

all NFHS live streamed events for the month and if the dates work out will cover

ALL NYSPHSAA Championships for March.

  Here is a link to the NFHS livestream.  We believe the charge for the livestream is $10 a month.  
HTTPS://WWW.NFHSNETWORK.COM/ASSOCIATIONS/NYSPHSAASIX/BASKETBALL?DRILLDOWN=UPCOMING






Congratulations to girl’s basketball: junior, Maddie Malak who won Varsity 845 player of the week.  Maddie made good strides in her game since her freshman season and is an asset for the Ganders. Maddie is averaging nearly 14 points, six rebounds and four steals per game, and this week was voted the Varsity 845 girls basketball player of the week for Jan. 17-23.

Malak

#Kathy Cassens Photography 


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Congratulations Sophia Schoonmaker!
12/20/2021
Kudos to Rondout Valley High School senior Sophia Schoonmaker, who was selected for the 2021 National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) High School All-Region team as well as the NFHCA All-American team!
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November Athletes of the Month
12/04/2021
The RVCSD Athletic Department and our Athletic Director, Coach Panek, would like to congratulate the following athletes on being nominated and chosen as the November Benny’s Pizzeria Athletes of the Month. They will receive a free pizza gift certificate from Benny’s Pizzeria.
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Congratulations Section IX All-Stars!
11/23/2021
Congratulations to the following RV Athletes for making the Section IX All-Star teams!
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Student-Athlete Signs Letter of Intent
11/16/2021
RVHS senior Sophia Schoonmaker signed her National Letter of Intent to play Field Hockey at the University of Albany next fall. Congratulations Sophia!
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Varsity Field Hockey - We Are Proud Of You!
11/13/2021
After a hard fought battle, our Varsity Field Hockey team lost in this weekend's state tournament in double overtime. Nevertheless, we are incredibly proud of this team and how well they played this year!
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