Athletics and physical education

 

2013-14 Tartan Sports Schedules         Health Appraisal Form          Interval Health Form

 

Integrity in Athletics 2013-14

 

Players from the state champion boys basketball team share their thoughts on 104.5 FM

March 26, 2014

Brady Farkas interviewed three players on S-G's state champion basketball team - Joe Cremo, Alex Sausville and Dom LeMorta - for his radio show on 104.5 The Team today.

Here's an excerpt from his show:

In the days where some people just use high school athletics as a venue to get to college athletics, it’s sometimes hard to remember what is so great about high school sports.

It’s the camaraderie of playing with the kids you grew up with. Playing with your best friends, in front of your best friends. It’s about wearing your school colors with pride and it’s about having your community triumph in your wins with you.

The Scotia boys’ basketball team just finished a perfect 27-0 season. They took home every piece of hardware possible and gained many Capital Region fans along the way – for good reason.

They captured a Class A sectional title. A New York State Class A Regional title. Then they got the Class A state title.
And then they threw in the Class A Federation title for good measure. They won 21 of their 27 games by 20 points or more.

And they embodied the perfect team. They moved the ball; they cared about the team. The starters cheered for the reserves when they were in. They hyped up the crowd. They were the perfect reminder of why high school sports are so great.

Read and listen to more at this link - http://1045theteam.com/?p=201063

 

27-0 NYS CHAMPS/ FEDERATION CHAMPS

Champs

Athletes of the Month

Alex Sausville

Alex Sausville
   
         
                                           Rachel
 
   

                                                                           Rachel Hotte

 

    Capital Zone Physical Education Award Winners: Kyle Merritt and Katelyn Dwyer

 

Kyle and Katelyn

 

Congratulations to the Girls and Boys Indoor Track Teams for winning their Section 2 Championships.

Spring athletes need to get their required health interval forms

ALL Athletes NEED to have a PHYSICAL on FILE in order to participate in Winter SPORTS..
(Private or school physical is accepted)..

High School Nurse is Lisa High School Nurse is Lisa Forshey, email is lforshey@sgcsd.netfor inquiries. HS Fax # is 386-4379..

The required forms are at the bottom of thee Health Offices page under Interscholastic Athletics Forms..

Here is the letter that was sent home to parents and students (PDF)..

Middle School Nurse is Barbara Middle School Nurse is Barbara Zabala, email is bzabala@sgcsd.netfor inquiries. MS Fax # is 382-12666

 

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June 6, 20133

Thee Scotia Glenville Varsity Sports Awards Night was held last night, June 5, at Union College. All of the Senior Varsity Plaque winners were recognized along with the following team highlights from the 2012-13 school year::

 

FALL SPORTS::

Girls Tennis: Foothills Council champions

Girls Soccer: Foothills Council Co-Champions /Section 2 finalists

Boys Golf: Foothill Council Champions /Section 2 finalists

Boys Soccer: Foothills Council champions

 

WINTER SPORTS::

Boys Basketball: Foothills Council champions/Section 2 champions/NYS regional finalists

Boys Indoor Track: Section 2 champions

Girls Indoor Track: Section 2 champions

 

SPRING SPORTS::

Baseball: Section 2 finalists

Boys Lacrosse: Foothills Council co-champions

 

Coaches from all the Varsity teams handed out their individual team awards..

 

Athletic Director Jamian Rockhill also had the honor of recognizing the 2013 TARTANS OF THE YEARR:

This year’s Tartan of the Year recipients are exceptional players for their teams. They have both been leaders on teams that have advanced deep into sectional play for several seasons. They have a combined 12 Varsity Letters between them. Not only have they been successful on the court and fields of play, but have also lead by example. They can be found in the weight room during their lunch period, on the track training after school, and most importantly giving back to their communities through service. Both have plans to play at the collegiate level, division I and II respectively..

2013 TARTANS OF THE YEARR: Cassie Broadhead and Mitchell Forshey

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Concussion Management Information from Concussion Management Information from NYSPHSAA

 

 

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  Scotia-Glenville has many community-based sports programs

 

 

 


For information about the high school physical education program, check here.


Athletic agreement

Here is the athletic agreement (in PDF) that all students sign before participating in S-G sports. It describes the athletic program and penalties for an athlete's violation of the athletic code of conduct.

 

Academic standards
Read the academic standards that guide all co-curricular activities.


Substance Abuse policy and procedures
Read the substance abuse policies and procedures.

The Code of Conduct also guides penalties in these cases.

 

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Image of Tartan  Who are the Tartans?
The Tartan is the bagpipe-playing mascot of the school district that can be seen on the top left of this page between the "S" and the "G."

 

Scotia-Glenville offers a full array of interscholastic sports from modified to varsity levels.

 

Scotia-Glenville is a Class “A” school in the Section II of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. In most sports, our athletic teams compete as members of the Foothills Scholastic Council. Other teams are members of the Tri-County Indoor Track League, Aqua League, Capital District Women’s Lacrosse League, and Section II Ski League.

The Foothills Scholastic Council is comprised of these school district's teams:

◗ Broadalbin/Perth
◗ Johnstown
◗ Glens Falls
◗ Gloversville
◗ Hudson Falls
◗ Queensbury
◗ Scotia-Glenville
◗ South Glens Falls

Here are directions to the various athletic locations where Scotia-Glenville teams play.

Scotia-Glenville has a very comprehensive interscholastic program for Tartan athletes. They may participate in any of the sports listed below.

Girls
◗ Basketball
◗ Bowling
◗ Cheerleading
◗ Cross Country
◗ Field Hockey
◗ Golf
◗ Lacrosse
◗ Skiing (Nordic)
◗ Soccer
◗ Softball
◗ Swimming
◗ Tennis
◗ Track & Field
◗ Indoor Track
◗ Volleyball

Boys
◗ Baseball
◗ Basketball
◗ Bowling
◗ Cross Country
◗ Football
◗ Golf 
◗ Lacrosse
◗ Skiing (Nordic)
◗ Soccer
◗ Tennis
◗ Track & Field
◗ Indoor Track
◗ Wrestling


Athletic Department Statement of Purpose
The athletic program at Scotia-Glenville fosters the belief that athletics enhances the education of every student-athlete. The program is designed to provide students with opportunities that challenge them to their individual limits.
Through athletic participation, the student athlete will develop the discipline, responsibility, sacrifice, sportsmanship and team work necessary to be successful.
The athletic program will provide opportunities for students to experience the emotions involved with athletic competition and a sense of pride in themselves, their team, their school and their community that will last a lifetime. Regardless of their win/loss records, students will act with “class” on and off the playing areas, always demonstrating the best of sportsmanship.

 

Questions?

For any questions regarding the district's athletic or physical education programs, contact Jamian P. Rockhill, athletic director, at 382-1237 or JRockhill@sgcsd.net.

 

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