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College Athlete Celebration Day

To celebrate the student-athletes who plan to continue playing their sport at the collegiate level, the Amityville Memorial High School athletic department hosted a College Athlete Celebration. 

Coordinated by Evan Farkas, director of athletics, physical education and health, parents, coaches and district administrators gathered to honor the students’ dedication and commitment to their sport and to continuing their academic careers.

During the event, each of the nine student-athletes shared information about themselves including, the sport they play, what college they are headed to and what they look forward to most about attending college. After each student spoke, in unison, they placed the hat or helmet of the college they will attend on their head. 

“Today is about celebrating the hard work, dedication and the commitment they made for, not only the last four years, but way beyond that,” said Farkas.

The district congratulates the following students on their academic and athletic accomplishments: Jonas Archer, Nassau Community College, football; Victor Cobos, Nassau Community College, soccer; Elijah Duff, Stony Brook University, football; Katherine Eastwood, Mount Ida College, volleyball; Haubry Gomez, Suffolk County Community College, soccer; Josue Martinez Garcia, Suffolk County Community College, soccer (not pictured); Jimmy Pierre Saint, Nassau Community College, football; Kevin Ramirez, Suffolk County Community College, soccer; Juan Salazar, Suffolk County Community College, soccer; and Michael Trant, Nassau Community College, baseball.

 

 


Amityville's Boys Varsity Soccer Playoff Run

 


Boys Varsity Soccer Team Named State Champions

Congratulations to the Amityville Warriors boys varsity soccer team for claiming the title of Class A State Champions during their game in Middletown, NY against the Pearl River Pirates on Nov. 15. With a final score of 2-0, the Amityville team clinched its first Class A soccer state champion title.

Highlights from the game included player Josue Martinez’s involvement in both goals, as he set up the first while finishing the second. He fed the ball to player Oscar Hernandez to take the lead in the 20th minute. Martinez then sealed the victory in the 73rd minute, depositing the ball into the back of the net.

Congratulations on this great accomplishment and a terrific season!


Suffolk County Class A Champions

Congratulations to our Varsity Boys Soccer team on their 3-0 win over Harborfields to capture the Suffolk County Class A Championship. The Amityville Warriors will play Floral Park Indians on Sunday, November 8, 2015 at 3:00 PM at Farmingdale State College in the New York Stat Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) Boys Soccer State Championship Tournament.

  


Amityville Honors Varsity Athletes

Amityville students who earned spots on varsity rosters across the school’s athletics program were honored under one roof when the district held its Varsity Athletic Award Night on June 11.

Gathered in the high school auditorium, members of the track, volleyball, baseball, softball, football, soccer, cheerleading, wrestling and basketball teams took the stage to be recognized by their respective coaches. Each coach handed out varsity certificates, a Coach’s Award, a Scholar-Athlete Award, a Most Improved Award and the season MVP Award to his or her most accomplished athletes.

Emceeing the event was Athletic Director Ted Tsirigotis, who spoke about the importance of not only recognizing accomplishments on the field, but also promoting a family of athletes in the district.

Tsirigotis introduced the evening’s guest speaker, Jauron McKelvin, an Amitvyille alumnus who earned a football scholarship to Hofstra University and now has a successful career at pharmaceutical giant Pfizer. 

McKelvin stressed the importance of hard work and determination in everything one does, whether that includes professional sports aspirations or not. He was presented with a framed photograph of the 1991 Amityville football team, on which he played while in high school. 

The evening also featured a photo slideshow highlighting this year’s sports seasons.


Track Stars Compete at States & Nationals; T. Duncan Places 3rd

The Amityville Memorial High School Warrior spring track team sent five runners to the New York State championships in Syracuse this past weekend, where Travon Duncan finished 3rd overall in the entire state in the 110 high hurdles competition.  Travon was joined in Syracuse by Devante Duhancy, Collin Koward, Hassan Matthews, and Kaashief Morgan who competed in the 4x1 relay. The group is headed to the New Balance Outdoor National championships in Greensboro, North Carolina this weekend, where they will be accompanied by teammates Brenden Paula and Aasin Thomas. Their coach is Reynolds Hawkins, with help from Jerry Pollack. 

Congratulations to Travon and good luck to the team in Greensboro!

 


Eduardo Ramirez Signs on to Wrestle at LIU Post

Amityvlle Memorial High School senior Eduardo Ramirez Jr., who starred on the Warrior varsity wrestling squad, will attend Long Island University Post this fall and wrestle for the LIU Pioneers after receiving scholarship monies from the school.

“Eduardo is a dedicated student-athlete who is always striving to challenge himself, both in and out of the classroom,” said head coach Greg McCoy, who noted that Eduardo is training to advance to a higher weight class. This season he finished 2nd overall in Suffolk County for his weight class of 138, with a record of 39-5. Eduardo recently placed 4th in a national tournament.

Coach McCoy stood by Eduardo’s side along with Acting Superintendent Dr. Mary T. Kelly, AMHS Interim Principal Dr. Mary DeRose and Athletic Director William Maisel as he signed his commitment letter.

 


Travis Dickerson Signs to Play at Nyack on a Full Scholarship

Amityvlle Memorial High School senior Travis Dickerson, who starred on the Warrior varsity boys basketball team, will attend Nyack College this fall on a full scholarship. Ironically, Nyack’s team is also called the Warriors.

“Travis is in a very unique class,” said AMHS Warrior head basketball coach Jack Agostino regarding the 6-4 senior who was named to Newsday’s All-Long Island 1st team and achieved All-County status this season. Travis was also named Most Valuable Player of the 2014 Suffolk County playoffs and averaged 18 points, six rebounds and four steals per game.  For the regular season, he averaged 20 points, four rebounds and four-and-half assists per game. 

His mother Carolyn Dickerson and his Aunt Rose stood by his side along with Coach Agostino, Acting Superintendent Dr. Mary T. Kelly, AMHS Interim Principal Dr. Mary DeRose and Athletic Director William Maisel as Travis signed his commitment letter.

 “Travis has a great family and he is an awesome person,” added coach Agostino. “Every coach dreams of having a player like Travis Dickerson.  I'm very thankful for the opportunity to coach such a fine young man.” 

To see Travis (#10) in action, click here


To read Nyack College’s announcement regarding Travis, including his new coach’s take, click here

 

    

 


Spring Rally at AMHS

Amityville Memorial High School held a spring pep rally to acknowledge the accomplishments and efforts of its winter and spring athletic teams for the 2013-14 school year. While nearly every high school with an athletic program conducts a fall pep rally in concert with its annual Homecoming celebration (to honor its fall teams), the AMHS athletic department and administration felt it was important to give the winter and spring teams their due as well.

Every winter and spring squad was present and acknowledged. Four winter teams that won the Suffolk County Section XI Sportsmanship Award were also identified: They are:

JV Girls Basketball – coach Mike Abbondondolo
JV Boys Basketball – coach Billy Kretz
JV Wrestling – coach Kyle Cammaroto
E. W. Miles Middle School Boys Basketball – coach George Karafantis 


Acting Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mary Kelly also presented members of the League VI regular season champion Warrior Varsity Boys Basketball team with special awards to honor their accomplishment. Head Coach Jack Agostino won Suffolk Small School Coach of the Year as well as League VI Coach of the Year. Several team members were also the recipients of multiple individual honors. For more information, see the article in this section below.

The spring rally included a faculty/student three-point basket contest with JV Boys Basketball head coach and former Warrior star Billy Kretz edging out current Warrior Elijah Rogers in the final round. Mr. Kretz also won League VI JV Coach of the Year. There was also a spirited but thrilling coed student basketball game that went down to the wire. 

Valedictorian David Holmes and Salutatorian Bilah Verno were applauded at center court for their achievements. Both are prominent members of their respective varsity spring track squads.




Basketball Program Honored with Several Awards

The Amityville Memorial High School Warriors Basketball program continues to flourish, with numerous individual accolades and awards bestowed upon the program this winter season. All awards are determined through voting by members of the Suffolk County Coaches Association. The varsity squad won the League VI regular season title, going undefeated in league play. Congratulations to both the JV and varsity squads on successful seasons, particularly the following individuals: 

Travis Dickerson
• Newsday 1st team All Long Island
• Suffolk County MVP for Playoffs
• Co-Player of the year League VI
• All-County
• All-Conference
• All-League

Mike Smith
• Newsday 2nd Team All Long Island
• Player of the Year Suffolk County
• Co-Player of the Year League VI
• All-County
• All-Conference
• All-League

Leland Williams
• Academic All-County
• All-Conference
• All-League

Malcolm Mathis
• Unsung Hero Award

Sean Walters
• All-League

Varsity Head Coach Jack Agostino
• Suffolk County Small School Coach of the Year
• League VI Coach of the year

JV Head Coach William Kretz

• League VI JV Coach of the Year


All-Around VIPs

Amityville Memorial High School’s VIP basketball team plays between 4-5 games throughout the season, practicing after school and during their adaptive physical education classes. Players learn not only important basketball skills but also the value of teamwork and good sportsmanship. Al Lorenza and Rebecca Feehan coach the team. AMHS varsity basketball players Malcom Mathis and Shana Thorton volunteer to help out coaching officiating the team’s games.

VIP members will also be participating in the track and field events in the upcoming Special Olympic games at Commack High School scheduled for May 4.

            

 


Track Stars 

Congratulations to boys winter track stars Travon Duncan, Hassan Matthews, Kaashief Morgan and Brenden Paula for achieving All-County and All-Long Island status. Additional congratulations to David Holmes for achieving not only All-County status, but All-Academic status as well. These young men are coached by Reynolds Hawkins, all pictured here.

 


A County Runner-Up in Wrestling


Congratulations to Amityville Memorial High School varsity wrestler Eduardo Ramirez Jr., who finished second overall in Suffolk County for his weight class (138) this season. Eduardo finished with an impressive record of 39-5. Amityville Director of Athletics William Maisel and AMHS Varsity Wrestling Head Coach Greg McCoy are pictured with Eduardo. 

 

 


Varsity Boys Track Rhode Island Classic  12/28/13

4x200 meter relay:
Hassan Matthews
Brenden Paula
Travon Duncan
Kaashief Morgan
Placed 3rd in 1:35.88 running the 6th fastest time in Suffolk County
 
55 meter hurdle relay of:
David Holmes
Travon Duncan
Kaashief Morgan
Hassan Matthews
Placed 1st in 33.04 running  the 2nd fastest  time in the state
 
Travon Duncan placed 2nd in the 55 meter hurdles in 7.91. Running the fastest time in Suffolk County and is currently # 8th in the State.


This past weekend was our annual Lonnie Kittle Wrestling Tournament.  The tournament was a great success.  Aasin Thomas was a Tournament Champion.  Christian Bernard and Eduardo Ramirez took 2nd place.  8th Grader Deonte Wilson took 3rd place.
 

Last Sunday 12/8 below are highlights from our Girls Varsity Tack team:
Lynda Pierre, Angelica Gonzalez, Astria Wade, Kayla Miller placed 2nd in the Sophomore 4 x 200 and 4 x 400 Relay on Friday at the Armory.
 
Elizabeth Carthage placed 1st in shot put on Sunday afternoon at Suffolk Community College.

 


Congratulations to Coach Agostino, Coach Lorenzana and our Boys Varsity Basketball team. This past Friday they won our Annual Fred Williams Basketball Tournament.  They defeated Brentwood in an overtime thrilling game!
Congratulations to Coach Mosley and our Girls Varsity Basketball team.
  They placed 2nd in the annual Lindenhurst Basketball Tournament.
Congratulations to our Boys Varsity track team. 
Friday they competed in the Nassau Coaches invitational held at the 168th street – Armory in NYC. Top 6 place winners were: 55 meter High Hurdles- Travon Duncan 2nd place-  David Holmes  5th place 55 meter Dash- Kaashief Morgan- 1st place,,   Brenden Paula- 4th place,,   Devante Duhaney- 5th place
Pole Vault- Miguel Nunez- 1st  place…   Equaling his personal best at 11 feet.

Sophomore 4x200 meter relay of:
Deon Clark,  Aziz Abdulsalami,   Tysheem Griffin,  and  Kenneth Dinnoo  placed 3rd 

Varsity 4x200 meter relay of:
Hassan Matthews,  Travon Duncan, Giovanni Palmer and Kaashief Morgan placed 1st 

Outstanding Performances were turned in by :   Noah Minley   and  Stephen Bramwell  

 


Congratulations to the PTA, staff, coaches, administrators, Board of Education and Middle School students on an outstanding Middle School Basketball Game vs. Staff yesterday.  The staff just edged the students winning by 2 points.  This was a great game and experience for all!  The final score was 62-60.  What a game!


Congratulations to Coach Hovorka, Coach Karafantis and the Varsity Boys Football field on beating Rocky Point by a score of 19-0 Saturday.  Below are this week’s home games!


Congratulations to Coach Tiffany Pesale and our Girls Varsity Volleyball team earning their 1st league win in at least 5 years! 
Congratulations to Coach Hovorka and Coach Karafantis on their dominant homecoming victory vs. Harborfields this past Saturday!  This games was complemented by a great parade and an outstanding half-time performance by our Cheerleaders coached by Andrea Drost, Band directed by Brian Wishin, Homecoming court directed by Matthew Greiss, Hall of Fame recognition by Reynolds Hawkins, and also senior dancers
Congratulations to Coach Hovorka, Coach Karafantis, and Coach Trice on defeating Westhampton in their Varsity Football Football game  26-25 on Saturday.  Special Congratulations to Coach Hovorka as he earns his 1st win as a Varsity Football Head Coach!
Congratulations to Shawna Thornton, Michael Smith, Michael Alston and Travis Dickerson as they will be participating in this year’s Alzheimer basketball games.  The participants of the Alzheimer games are considered to be the top boys and girls basketball players in Nassau and Suffolk County.    The games will take place next month.  More information will be forwarded as it is received. 

Congratulations to Coach Abbondondolo and our Boys Varsity Soccer Team  that’s off to a great start winning 2 games and tying 1 last week. (current record 2-0-1)


Congratulations also to Coach Spatola (Girls JV Volleyball) and Coach Pelligrino (Girls JV Tennis) for their teams earning their 1st win of the season. 


Congratulations to Coach Christopher Roth and Dennis Siry finishing 2nd place in our annual Ronald Forman Girls Varsity Soccer Tournament!

 

Thinking Smart about Student Athletes

With the help of the district’s athletic training service, led by Dr. Jeffrey Poplarski and trainer Kara Gioia, the Amityville Schools has joined the Think Smart! concussion management program.  

Provided by the Catholic Health Services through Good Samaritan and St. Charles hospitals, the service provides ImPact testing to student athletes if a concussion is suspected. The 20-minute computerized neurocognitive test detects subtle changes in cognitive function. Results are included as part of a complete assessment (which includes follow-up testing) that assists physicians in developing an individual treatment plan for student athletes who sustain concussions, including a plan for safe return to the field.  

“The Think Smart! program has increased the safety of our athletes and also comes at no cost to the district,” said Director of Athletics John Cardone.  “All current AMHS student athletes have been administered this test.”

Each season, approximately 10% of all athletes involved in contact sports suffer a concussion and studies show that 40% of high school athletes who do not undergo proper testing return to play too soon. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, medical research has proven that children and adolescents are more likely to sustain a concussion and take longer to recover than adults.

Pictured, from the left: Brian Quinn- Manager for St. Charles Hospital Rehabilitation Center (a Catholic Health Services hospital); Kara Goia, athletic trainer; John Cardone, athletic director; and Dr. Jeff Poplarski, owner of Sports and Family Chiropractic, which provides Amityville Schools with athletic training services and also treats student athletes at his facility.




Boys Varsity Track
This year 4 of our Boys Varsity Track Athletes held the honor to participate in National Emerging Elite Championships this past weekend at North Carolina A&T University.  Our place medal winners are below:
 
Artneil Reid- Jumped 46-5 ½ feet in the triple jump finishing in 3rd place
4X200 meter relay of Kaashief Morgan, Robert Stafford, Artneil Reid,  Vincent Jackson ran (personal best) 1:30.80- 6th place
4X400 meter relay of the same 4- ran 3:20.07- 2nd place.
 
Congratulations to Coach Reynolds Hawkins and Coach Jerry Pollock on an outstanding season.

Caption: Left Vincent Jackson; Below eagle Robert Stafford; Above eagle Coach Reynolds Hawkins; Right Kasshief Morgan Thanks for all of your help this year!


Boys Varsity Track State Qualifiers
Boys track- 4X400 RELAY PLACED 4TH in the State and 4TH IN THE FEDERATION-   GREAT JOB in doing so ran their fastest time of the season.
Relay of:
Kaashief Morgan
Robert Stafford
Artneil Reid
Vincent Jackson.
 
Next Outdoor Nationals-  Greensboro, NC—June 13-16


6/3 Boys Varsity Track Highlights from this past weekend’s State Qualifiers
 
Amityville State meet representatives – leaving Thursday 6/6:- Middletown NY
 
Artneil Reid- Triple Jump- 46-6 ½ - Best on Long Island- # 6TH in the State and 3rd best jump in Amityville History
 
Vincent Jackson- Long Jump- 22-10 ½ - # 5 in the State- best in Amityville History and 400 meters # 1 in Suffolk- #3 on long lsland and # 7 in NY State.
 
And the 4x400 meter relay of : Kaashief Morgan, Robert Stafford, Artneil Reid and Vincent Jackson running Suffolk counties best in 3:19.97 #3 on long island and 6th in the State.
 
So our state representatives are:
Artneil Reid
Kaashief Morgan
Robert Stafford
Vincent Jackson
Jesus Nunez



May 28, 2013
Congratulations to Coach Reynolds Hawkins and Coach Jerry Pollock as their  Boys Varsity Spring Track Team captured another League title this year.
 
Thank you to everyone for their support of Amityville Athletics all year.  Please check our site amityvillesports.org where all High School Spring sport photo’s from the season can be seen and downloaded. (Special thanks to Mr. Carbo!)  



Girls Varsity Track

Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Track team coached by Paul Duguay and Shabue Mosley. The team was officially awarded the Scholar Athlete Team award by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association.

Below our results for The 73rd William F Eddy Memorial track and field meet. The oldest HS track and field invitational in NY State.

Vincent Jackson 1st place – Long Jump
2nd place – 400 meters
Running the anchor leg of the 2nd place 4x400 relay

Artneil Reid 4th place – Triple Jump- Jumping the best on long island
Running the 3rd leg of the 2nd place 4x400 relay

Kaashief Morgan- running the 1st leg of the 2nd place 4x400 relay

Stiven Nunez- running the 2nd leg of the 2nd place 4x400 relay

Tahliq Mills running the personal best 800 meters



Congratulations to Coach Chris Roth, Coach Peter Cardone and William Demott on great Baseball seasons.


Recent boys Varsity Track Highlights
4x400 meter relay of Robert Stafford, Kaashief Morgan, Artneil Reid and Vincent Jackson improved their time again placing 3rd with the 2nd best time in Suffolk County.

Freshman/Sophomore 4x400 meter relay of Kenneth Dinnoo, Giovanni Palmer, Travon Duncan and Hassan Matthews ran the 3rd fastest Frosh/Soph 4x400 meter relay in NY State, and placed third.



Recent Girls Varsity Track Highlights
On Friday night the girls competed at the Massapequa Under the Lights invitational.

The mile medley team of Kayla Miller, Lynda Pierre, Briauna Yancey and Jenifer Morency placed 3rd. They set a frosh/soph school record for the event.

Jada LeBour placed in the Triple Jump and Long Jump

Alexis Bosse placed in the Long Jump

Shawna Thornton and Vaneshia Baker placed in the Shot Put

Jazmine Alexander and Tanasya Stewart placed in the Discus

Destiny Morton placed in the 100m dash and won the 200m.



Varsity Girls Track Thursday 5/10 Highlight
The girls Freshman/Sophomore 4 by 400 relay team had a great day yesterday at the prestigious Loucks Invitational. Not only did the team place, but they broke the freshman/sophomore school record with a time of 4 minutes and 10 seconds. Leading the team were sophomores Jenifer Morency and Briauna Yancey. This is Jenifer's second school record of the season. Earlier this year she broke the sophomore school record for the 800 meter race. Congratulations on a well deserved honor!


Varsity Boys Track Tuesday 5/7 results
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BOYS TRACK TEAM. YESTERDAY THEY DEFEATED MILLER PLACE 97-39 WINNING LEAGUE 6 CHAMPIONSHIP. 6-0

WINNERS WERE: Vincent Jackson, O’Neil Armstrong, Hassan Matthews, Jahmal Burt, Robert Stafford, David Holmes, Travon Duncan, Aasin Thomas.
Outstanding performances were turned in by Stiven Nunez, Tahliq Mills, Kaashief Morgan, Brandon Fonville, Miguel Nunez, Eric Willis, and Brenden Paula.
Hassan Matthews placed 2nd in the long jump and has the 5th best long jump of all Sophomores in NY STATE with a jump of 21 feet 1 inch

Jonas Archer- (9th grader) threw the discus yesterday 112-6 with is currently # 7th Freshman in NY State



Boys Varsity Track Highlights Friday-Saturday May 4th and 5th
Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Track team. This past weekend they competed in the St. Anthony’s Track and Field Invitational.

Outstanding performances are below:
1600 meter relay team of Artneil Reid, Robert Stafford, Kaashief Morgan and Vincent Jackson placed 3rd and now have the 2nd best time in Suffolk County

Jahmal Burt won the Triple jump with the #1 jump on Long Island and Arneil Reid placed 3rd with the #4 best jump on Long Island.

Vincent Jackson tied the oldest record in Amityville Track and Field History. Jumping 22 feet 10 ½ inches with the #2 Long Jump in NY State this season and placing 3rd in the 400 meters with the #1 time in Suffolk County.



Varsity Track Highlights 4/29/13
Congratulations to our Varsity Track teams on a successful performance at Pennsylvania’s Penn Relay’s this past weekend.

Boy Varsity track ran the 4X400 Relay ran in 3:25.06 This is there fastest for the year and the 3rd fastest time in Suffolk county. Out of 537 teams across the county including Caribbean schools their 4x400 relay team finished 89th
The team of athletes was Robert Stafford, Jahaml Burt , Artneil Reid, Vincent Jackson

The Amityville girls Varsity Track ran their best times of the season in the 4x100 and the 4x400.
Lynda Pierre, Roxanne Roach, Alexis Bosse, Destiny Morton ran 4x100 in 53.52
Jenifer Morency, Kendra Thornton, Destiny Morton, Briauna Yancey ran the 4x400 in 4:16.47

Congratulations to our Boys and Girls Varsity Track team and our Boys Varsity Baseball team for defeating East Hampton last week.

Two of our winter coaches received Suffolk County Coach of the Year. Congratulations to both Coach Reynolds Hawkins and Coach Jack Agostino!

Congratulation!
Jack congratulations on your Suffolk County coach of the year award you deserve it! Another congratulations to all other award winners last night!


Boys Varsity Track team @ Myrtle Beach Results
Results
 THE TEAM FINISHED 3RD OUT OF 34 SCHOOLS!!!
• 100 meters – Kaashief Morgan 16th, Stiven Nunez 19th place out of 45 runners
• 200 meters- Robert Stafford 11th , Artneil Reid 22nd  place out of 41 runners
• 400 meters- Vincent Jackson 1st , Travon Duncan 17th place (travon was the 2 ranked sophomore in the race) out of 29 runners
• 110 High Hurdles- O’neil Armstrong 4th, David Holmes 14th place out of 28 runners
• 400 meter Hurdles- O’neil Armstrong 4th , David Holmes 17th place out of 31 runners
• Long Jump- Vincent Jackson 11th,  Hassan Matthews 12th place out of 34 jumpers
• Triple Jump- Jahmal Burt 3rd,  Artneil Reid 6th place out of 17 jumpers
• 4x100 meter relay of  Hassan Mathews, Robert Stafford, Stiven Nunez & Vincent Jackson placed 7th out of 22 teams
• 4x200 meter relay of Robert Stafford, Kaashief Morgan, Artneil Reid  & , Stiven Nunez placed 4th out of 19 teams
• 4x400 meter relay of Stiven Nunez, Artneil Reid, Robert Stafford & Vincent Jackson placed 2nd out of 22 teams


Boys Varsity Track
Over the vacation Coach Hawkins held an outstanding Amityville Track Invitational where over 20 schools came to compete at Amityville High School.


Varsity Baseball

Amityville Varsity Baseball also started off the season great by winning their 1st League game of the season!  They finished the week with 1 win and 1 loss.  Great job to Coach Roth and Coach Western.

Congratulations to both programs!

 

 


VIP Basketball Team
Congratulations to our VIP Basketball Team! Our VIP Basketball team delivered the first loss to undefeated Calhoun in 4 years! Great game was played by all and thank you to everyone that attended!

 


Congratulations Boys Varsity Basketball!
3/18 - Congratulations to our Boy Varsity Basketball team, Coach Jack Agostino and staff for a great Basketball season.  Even though we did not win the State Championship the team had a phenomenal season.

3/11 - Congratulations to Coach Agostino, players and coaching staff for earning the Long Island Championship by defeating Jericho by a score of 64 to 52.  The Amityville Varsity Boys Basketball teams journey continues as they earned the right to play in the Glen Falls Civic Center.  Their next game will be this Saturday 9am at the Civic Center vs.Burke Catholic at 9am. If the Boys defeat Burke Catholic they will play for the State Championship on Sunday at 1:30!

 

Not only did the boys win the Long Island Championship but they also won the League 6 Sportsmanship award for outstanding Sportsmanship through-out the season by coaches, players, and fans!


Boys Varsity Winter Track
Congratulations, to Jahmal Burt who finished 6th overall in the New York State Triple Jump.
Coach Reynolds Hawkins also earned Suffolk County Coach of the Year honors for Boys Varsity Winter Track!

Reminder: Tonight, March 4th is Winter Sports awards night 7pm in the High School Auditorium

 


Congratulations Boys Varsity Basketball!
3/4 - Congratulations to Jack Agostino, coaching staff and our Boys Varsity Basketball team for defeating Northport winning the Section XI boys County Championship!  This win indicates that our team is #1 of all public schools in Suffolk County.  The team will play this Saturday March 9th 5pm at Hofstra University vs. Jericho to determine a Long Island Class A Champion.

 

2/27 - Congratulations to Jack Agostino, staff and players for becoming Suffolk County Small School Champions by defeating Babylon. The team will take on Northport this Friday 7:30pm at Ward Melville High School for the Section 11 County championship! Please come down and support!


- Reminders
Monday March 4th is Winter Sports Awards Night 7pm in the Auditorium
Saturday March 9th- Varsity Boys Basketball Long Island Championship 5pm at Hofstra University.

2/25 - Congratulations to Jack Agostino, coaching staff and our Boys Varsity Basketball team for defeating Harborfields winning the Class A boys County Championship! The team will play this Tuesday February 26th 5pm at Longwood High School vs. Babylon to determine a Small School Champion.

2/20 Congratulation to Jack Agostino, basketball staff and players on a dominating performance today against Bayport. The boys defeated Bayport by a score of 70-43. They will take on the winner of Islip and Haborfields this Saturday 2:30 at Longwood High School. This game is for the Class A Suffolk County Basketball Championship.

 


Boys Varsity Track- State Qualifiers - 2/12/13
Jahmal Burt- 3rd place Triple Jump
Vincent Jackson 3rd place Long Jump
Vincent and Jahmal qualify for state qualifiers!

The teams of 4X200 relay placed 2nd to William Floyd. Unfortunately only 1 relay team goes to the states
The team was beat by 100th of a second
Our 4X200 team is below
Artneil Reid
Stiven Nunez
Kaashief Morgan
Vincent Jackson

 


Basketball
Congratulations to Jack Agostino and his Boys Varsity Basketball team finishing an undefeated season in League Play!  Stay tuned for play-off information.

Congratulations also to our JV Boys Basketball, Varsity Girls Basketball and JV Girls Basketball coached by Coach Havorka, Coach Mosley and Coach Abbondondolo on excellent seasons.

 


2/5/13 Varsity Boys Track
COUNTY CHAMPIONS:
Jahmal Burt- Triple Jump
Vincent Jackson- 300 meters & Long Jump 4x200 relay
Artneil Reid
Stiven Nunez
Kaashief Morgan
Vincent Jackson

 

Jackson's emotional victory


Boys Varsity Track
Congratulations to Coach Hawkins and our Boys Varsity Track team for being Suffolk County small school champions!

 

Congratulations to Coach Agostino and our Boys Varsity Basketball team clinching a League VI title!

Congratulations to Coach Cromarty and our Amityville Wrestlers on a great season!
League Champion- Robert Stafford

3rd Place in League- Eduardo Ramirez, Christian Bernard 4th Place in League- Joseph Torres


1/31/13- A Great day for Amityville Basketball...
Girls JV basketball team defeated Mt. Sinai in double overtime for their 1st league win of the season!
Our girls Varsity Basketball team defeated Mt. Sinai for their 2nd straight League win!
Our Boys JV basketball team defeated Mt. Sinai avenging their 1st time loss against them.
Our Boys Varsity basketball team ranked #2 on Long Island continued their undefeated league season beating Mt. Sinai.

 

Congratulations to all of our Basketball teams and keep up the great work!!!


Girls Track
1/26/2013 - League 5 Championships
Destiny Morton placed 3rd in the 55 Dash
Kendra Thornton, Tashawna Gibson, Destiny Morton, and Jenifer Morency placed 2nd in the 4x400
Zaire Jerrick and Elizabeth Carthage placed 4th and 6th in the shot put
Anny Gonzalez placed 6th in the triple jump

 


Boys Varsity Track
1/24/13- Boys Varsity Track is ranked #1 in New York State Class B!

 


Boys Varsity Basketball
1/15/2013- Amityville Boys Varsity Basketball Team is ranked #2 on Long Island!
Amityville ranks #9 in Newsday’s “Winter Big 10” This achievement indicates the top ten winter sport programs on Long Island


Recent Boys Track results from the Rhody Track and Field invitational January 12, 2013

Jahmal Burt- personal best indoor- Triple Jump- 1st place- # 1 in league 5 and # 3 in Suffolk county

 

O’neil Armstrong- personal best- 55 meter high hurdles- 1st place- #1 in league 5 and # 3 in Suffolk county

Kaashief Morgan- personal best- 55 meter dash-4th place- #2 in league 5 and #6 in Suffolk County

Artneil Reid- 4th place- triple jump- #2 in league 5 and # 6 in Suffolk County

Taurean McDade- personal best in shot put and # 4 in league 5


Boys Varsity Basketball
1/15/2013- Amityville Boys Varsity Basketball Team is ranked #2 on Long Island!

 

Amityville ranks #9 in Newsday’s “Winter Big 10”  This achievement indicates the top ten winter sport programs on Long Island


Recent Boys Track results from the Rhody Track and Field invitational January 12, 2013
Jahmal Burt- personal best indoor- Triple Jump- 1st place- # 1 in league 5 and # 3 in Suffolk county

O’neil Armstrong- personal best- 55 meter high hurdles- 1st place- #1 in league 5 and # 3 in Suffolk county

Kaashief Morgan- personal best- 55 meter dash-4th place- #2 in league 5 and #6 in Suffolk County

Artneil Reid- 4th place- triple jump- #2 in league 5 and # 6 in Suffolk County

Taurean McDade- personal best in shot put and # 4 in league 5

 


Wrestling
Recently we had 3 new tournament champions at the Copiague Wrestling Tournament:

 

Eduardo Ramirez, Aasin Thomas and Todd Williams.

Todd Williams also won the Champion of Champions award.

Ed Ramirez won matches at the Clark duel tournament against the 3rd and 5th ranked wrestlers of Nassau County.


Girls Track
10th grader Jenifer Morency broke the Freshman/Sophomore record for the 600 meter race at the Jim Mitchell Invitational at the Armory on December 14, 2012 with a 1:46.38. She broke the 13 year held record by 3 seconds and is closing in on the Varsity record.

 



Boys Basketball
Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Basketball for winning the annual Fred Williams Tournament!

 

Friday, October 20, 2017