Grapplers Win First League Title in 27 Years

The Horace Greeley Wrestling team beat Fox Lane 51-24 to win a league title for the first time since 1990 and the first victory over Fox Lane in over 20 years. Coaches Mike DeBellis and Anthony Tortora have transformed the Greeley wrestling program into a top Section 1 contender.

It was also Senior Night as the team honored seniors Alex Baretz, Stephen Nadler, Nic Phillips and Joe Sasso and their parents. Congratulations to the seniors on four great years on the team!!

Leading the way for the Quakers with big wins against Fox Lane were:
Josh McMillan at 182 lbs., Nic Phillips at 220 lbs., Stephen Nadler at 285 lbs., Matthew Schreiber at 99 lbs., Brendan Sullivan at 106 lbs., Josh Mathisson at 113 lbs., Nathan Ferreira at 126 lbs., Joe Sasso at 132 lbs., Aaron Wolk at 160 lbs. and Jacob Ferreira at 170 lbs.

Greeley will be sending wrestlers to two tournaments this weekend including the Eastern States Classic and the Hendrick Hudson Wrestling Tournament.

Hockey Rescheduled for 1/17

Saturday night's postponed ice hockey game versus Brewster has been rescheduled. The game will now be played 4:15pm, Tuesday, January 17th at the Brewster Ice Arena

The team has two other games before meeting up with Brewster: Friday 1/13 vs Carmel and Saturday 1/14 against John Jay Cross River. More schedule details and arena addresses are available on the Schedule/Results tab on the team page

Fall Sports Athlete & Coaching Award List

Organizations governing the Fall Sports have announced their award winners. Check out the extensive list on "In The News / Athletes in the News" on the menu bar above or click here

Congrats to all the recipients!

Athletes Raise $25,000 to Help Young Adults with Cancer and Brain Tumors


Horace Greeley student athletes raised attention and funds to support two wonderful local charities, The Making Headway Foundation and The Gardner Marks Foundation. These two non-profit organizations provide assistance to families impacted by childhood/young adult cancer and brain tumors. Now, in its 3rd year, The Horace Greeley Athlete Walkathon turned 2016 into something special. A Student Athlete Committee lead this year’s effort, reaching out into the community and spreading an important message, “One Team – One Dream”.

The team included Carly Levitz, Katie Graham, Willa Kuhn, Aaron Wolk, Seth Goldstein, Tyler Hill, and Marc Stern. This grassroots effort attracted more donations than ever before, raising over $25,000. The power of young people to impact society has never been greater. This event is a wonderful example of students who found a cause they were passionate about, put in the work, and raised a tremendous amount of money. This holiday season, there is so much to be thankful for. The Horace Greeley Athletes Walkathon reminds us to be thankful for our health, our children, and the inspirational energy of youth.

A special thanks to the Greeley Sports Boosters, who were our sponsor, as well as donations from local merchants Villarina, Cathy Hair Studio, Old Stone Pizzeria, New Castle Mobil, Elders Car Detail, Langes Deli, Quaker Tavern, and Breathe Yoga.

Danyko-Kulchcky named as All Region Player

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) announced that Greeley Senior Sophia Danyko-Kulchycky was named to the East Coast All Region Team for Girls Soccer in 2016. This nomination is addition to being named to the All NY State 2nd Team by the New York State Sportwriters Association. Congrats SDK!

Indoor Track & Field: Records Broken

Freshman Kira Lindner ('20) set two new school records in the first meet of the indoor season held at the Armory in Manhattan.

Kira finished 2nd in the meet tossing the shot put 29' 5.5" (8.98 meters), eclipsing the previous best by Sam Cunningham in 2005 by nearly a full foot. In the weight throw, Kira established a mark of 35' 1" (10.69 meters) which was good for third place.

Boys Basketball Wins Conroy Tournament

Boys Varsity Basketball edged host Lakeland to win the Carolyn Conroy Tournament Saturday night 55-54.

Senior Jack Baron earned Tournament MVP honors and Senior Brian Under was part of the All-Tournament team.

The boys had beaten Bronxville 57-47 Thursday night to get to the title game and are now 2-0 on the young season

L to R: Head Coach Dave Fernandes, Tournament MVP Jack Baron, Justin Abrams (w/ Team Trophy), All Tournament Selection Brian Unger, Asst Coach Liz Lops

Girls Swimming 9th at State Championships

L to R: Kasia Malendowicz, Gaige Elms, Cate Sawkins, Amanda McHugh

The Greeley Girls Swimming Team finished in 9th place out of 89 teams at the NYSPHSAA Swim Championships.

6 swimmers traveled to Ithaca College this past week to compete as part of the Section 1 team. Cate Sawkins and Kasia Malendowicz each made finals in both of their individual events.

Sawkins, who was elected Captain by her Section 1 teammates, finished in 9th place in the 100 back and 26th place in the 100 fly. Malendowicz finished 5th in the 500 free and 13th in the 200 free. Freshman Ava Franks took 19th in the 100 breaststroke.

The 400 Free Relay of Sawkins, Amanda McHugh, Gaige Elms and Malendowicz took 9th and the 200 Medley Relay team of Sawkins, Franks, McHugh and Margaux Weiner took 10th.

Rochester's Pittsford-Sutherland (Section 5) took home the team title.

Big thank you to Christine Hagan for all the score reporting from the weekend.

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