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Fall Season Championships and Section 1 Playoffs
Friday Oct. 31
4:30pm Swimming: Girls Varsity Tournament @ Hommocks Middle School

Saturday Nov. 1
11:00am Cross Country: Varsity Sectional Championship @ Bowdoin Park
1:30pm Football: Boys Varsity Game vs. TBA @ HGHS

Tuesday Nov. 4
TBA
Field Hockey at Mahopac

Team Roundup
Cross Country
Section 1 Coaches Invitational at Bowdoin Park 10/18
BOYS FRESHMAN SHINE: The freshman boys won the team title by finishing the challenging 3K race in impressive fashion. Scoring for the team were the following boys:

Wesley Ford 1st place overall (10:26.08)
Will O'Connell 2nd place (10:34.28)
Coleman Smith 4th (10:46.84)
Matt Park 6th (10:53.55)
Eric Bilodeau 32nd (12:07.82)
Kevin McAfee 35th (12.24.05)
Eric Stillman 36th (12:31.05)

The freshman boys have excelled all season, with 1st place finishes in two additional invitational meets. Their 1st place performance at the Manhattan Invitational was the most impressive, battling runners from 15 states to win the freshman race at this storied meet for the first time in Greeley history.

The Varsity Boys and Girls ran a 5K race. The top finishers on 10/18 for Greeley were:

Sophomore, Claire Hotchkin (21.35.69)
Senior, Daniel Katz (18.38.68)

Field Hockey
League Champions
Season record 13-3

Football
Season record 4-2
On October 25, Greeley lost 48-28 to John Jay East Fishkill. Thank you to Pete Kuczma, the athletic dept. and district for arranging for a fan bus to the game!

Boys Soccer
League Champions
Season record 7-2-1

On October 24, Greeley lost 2-1 to New Rochelle.

Girls Soccer
Season record 9-6-1
On October 25, Greeley beat Mamaroneck 2-0.
Next game 10/28 vs. North Rockland, time tbd.

Girls Tennis
League Champions
Results from the Sectional Tournament:
Gwen Rauch (Sr.) singles lost in round of 16
Carly Levitz (Fr.) and Alexandra Kung (Sr.) doubles beat John Jay 6-1, 6-3 then lost in the quarterfinals 6-2, 6-1 to Eastchester

Swimming and Diving
Greeley won the Conference 1/League 2 championship in a split meet with diving on October 24 and swimming on October 25. Greeley scored 599 points, outdistancing runner up Fox Lane with 479 points. Highlights from the meet include the medley relay setting the Section 1 record, the 200 freestyle relay setting the school record, and the 400 freestyle relay and 6 individual swimmers qualifying for the State meet.

The Section 1 Championship is Nov 3rd and 5th at Felix Festa Middle School in Clarkstown, NY.

Volleyball
The team ended their season with a loss to Brewster in the first round of the Sectionals.

Greeley Athletes Walkathon
Don't just talk the talk...WALK THE WALK!!! The Sports Boosters, in conjunction with Greeley athletes from all seasons, are planning the first Horace Greeley Athletes Walkathon. We will be stepping out on Sunday, November 2nd, 11 AM-1 PM at the Competition Field in memory of Gardner Marks, Class of 2008. Our community lost Gardner at age 23 from complications from Leukemia just two short years from his diagnosis.

The walkathon is the perfect platform to raise both awareness and money in the fight against pediatric/adolescent cancers and spinal/brain tumors. This year, contributions will be made to PCRF-Kids (Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation), an organization devoted to raising money for cutting edge cancer/stem cell research, and Making Headway, an organization focused on support for families whose children suffer from spinal and brain tumors. Both organizations have a common vision: to bring hope and lifesaving treatments to kids battling cancer and malignant spine and brain tumors. You can make an online donation now by following this link.

All families and friends and community members are welcome to walk with us on November 2nd! More information is here.

Winter Teams: Before you can play
Information to the Nurse
1. Your physical examination must have occurred within one year of the month (i.e., after Nov. 1, 2013) the winter season begins. Check with your coach (first) or athletic office (second) to review if your date is within the specified time.
2. The "30 Day Medical History" must submitted be to the nurse by Oct. 31. Forms that come in after that date may not be approved for the first day of practice. Please help the nurse and get the forms in on time. You will also start practice on time.

Information to the Coach
1. The “Parent Permission Form” should be submitted to your coach no later than the first day of practice.
2. The “Concussion Information Form” should be submitted to your coach no later than the first day of practice.

Season start dates
Ice Hockey begins Nov. 10 and all other sports begin Nov. 12. NOTE: If you are a 9th grade student, boy or girl, and will be trying out for JV basketball, your practice begins on Nov. 12. If you are a 9th grade student and will just be trying out for the 9th grade basketball team, your first practice will be Nov. 24.

Greeley Sports Calendar
Game times and locations change unexpectedly; don't miss a game change! Our Athletic Director, Peter Kuczma, enters up-to-the-minute changes directly to the Greeley Sports Calendar. In order to receive these updates you must subscribe to the Greeley Sports Calendar.

IT'S EASY TO SUBSCRIBE:

1. Go to the Greeley Sports Calendar website.
2. Create an account.
3. Subscribe to as many specific team calendars as you wish.
4. Select Notify Me! (found at the top right of the page) to be notified via text or email of any changes.

We REALLY want to hear from you
We would like to post information for EVERY team.
Send your game highlights, score reports and photos to: greeleyboosters@hotmail.com
Please include:
Sport and Level (example: Girls Varsity Lacrosse)
Date of Contest
Home or Away
Score (clearly indicate which score goes with each team)
 

Attention Student Athletes

NCAA Clearinghouse—Any students interested in participating in college athletics at the DI or DII levels must be cleared by the NCAA Eligibility Center. Please visit the following link to properly register and review the current list of approved/unapproved courses from Horace Greeley High School in order to plan properly for this possibility. If you have any questions, please see your school counselor.

http://web1.ncaa.org/ECWR2/NCAA_EMS/NCAA.jsp
 

Be a  Booster
for 2014-15.

Help our athletes and
support our school.

More info & pay dues here.

The safety of our students is of paramount importance at all times, certainly including physical education and athletic activities. Parents and players should be aware of the symptoms and treatment of concussions. To assist, we include 3 documents that may be downloaded:

Hey, Greeley teams,

We want to hear from you. We'd like to provide a web presence for every Greeley team to let everyone know what's happening this season. But we pretty much only know about you what you share with us. You can send game reports, scores, and more. We want know what's up with your team. You got it? We want it!

Ready to submit stuff? Send it righthere. 
 

 
 
 

SCOREBOARD

Field Hockey
vs Scarsdale, W 2-1
Advances in Sectionals

Girls Soccer
at N Rockland, L 1-5

Girls Soccer
vs Mamaroneck, W 2-0

Football
vs John Jay EF, L 28-48

Boys Soccer
at New Rochelle, L 1-2

Football
at Clarkstown N,W 40-27

Boys Soccer
vs Scarsdale, L 1-2

Girls Swim & Dive
vs Arlington, W 89-83

Join the Boosters today!!
Greeley Boosters
Next meeting
TBA
7:30 PM
Academic Commons
All members welcome
Greeley Sports Hotline
238-7201 options 5, 1
 
 
 

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