Fall sports teams recognized for academic achievement – Nov, 2017

Congratulations are extended to eight fall 2017 varsity sports teams that have achieved the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar Athlete Team Award. To qualify, each team must maintain a GPA of 90 or better. The teams are: Varsity Boys Cross Country Varsity Girls Cross Country Varsity Boys Soccer Varsity Girls Soccer …

Varsity boys soccer players named Foothills All-Stars

Nine Schuylerville varsity boys soccer players are being recognized as part of the Foothills All-Star Team. First Team: Cam Alber (senior), Jared Gregorek (senior), Mike Lanfear (junior), Nick Budesheim (junior) Second Team: Jared Everleth (junior), Brandon Craft (junior), Zach Saddlemire (sophomore) Honorable Mention: Derek Baldwin (senior), Dyllon Burke (senior)

Two student-athletes sign National Letters of Intent

Two Schuylerville High School seniors signed National Letters of Intent with Division I schools on Thursday, Nov. 16. Amy Moreau signed with the University of Massachusetts Amherst to play lacrosse, and Carson Dunkel signed with Siena College to play baseball. Both student-athletes signed their letters in front of administrators, coaches, teammates, their parents and the …

10 students selected for Area All-State Music Festival

Ten Schuylerville High School students will be attending the Area All-State Music Festival at Saratoga Springs High School on Nov. 17 and 18. Six students were accepted to the program based on vocals, while four students were accepted for instrumental. “We are very excited to have ten talented musicians representing Schuylerville,” said choir director Jodi …

FFA fruit sale fundraiser

Schuylerville FFA students are holding their annual fruit sale to benefit their chapter. Students will be selling a variety of Blue Freedom Farm Markets products, including fruit, cheese and meats. Prices start from $23 for either an orange, apple and pear sampler, or a premium citrus sampler. Payments and orders are due Nov. 27, with …

District capital project update

The Schuylerville Central School District is currently awaiting state approval of a $24.7 million capital project that voters approved in December 2016. The district submitted its design plans on Sept. 1, 2017, however districts across the state may be waiting 32 to 34 weeks for the New York State Education Department to review their plans. …

Girls cross country team finishes eighth in state championships

Schuylerville’s varsity girls cross country team finished eighth at the State Championships on Saturday, Nov. 11 at Wayne High School in Ontario Center. They competed in the Class C Division. The girls team was led by sophomore Sunni LaBounty, who placed 12th in the 5,000-meter run. Along with LaBounty, Anya Vautrin (freshman), Teghan Murray (senior), …

Junior football player selected for National Combine

Schuylerville High School junior Stratton Sherman has been selected to participate in the 2018 National Combine at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The national combine is for outstanding football underclassmen and focuses on measuring speed, strength, quickness, and football skill, while also providing educational seminars touching on the recruiting process, speed and strength improvement, and …

Environmental club members attend youth climate summit

Five Schuylerville High School environmental club members took part in the Adirondack Youth Climate Summit from Wednesday, Nov. 8 to Thursday, Nov. 9. at the Wild Center in Tupper Lake. Samantha Ellis (senior), Violet Smith (junior), Lauren Blackwood (junior), Kaela Ellis (sophomore) and Haleigh Eustis (sophomore) spent the first day of the summit attending workshops …

Students take part in Equine Affaire

More than a dozen Schuylerville High School equine science students and FFA club members traveled to West Springfield, Massachusetts on Thursday, Nov. 9 for the annual Equine Affaire. The event is regarded as the largest equine event in North America, where students attended clinics taught by leading trainers, coaches, judges, and experts in the horse …

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