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Hoosic Valley competes in New York State's Section II, as a member of the WASAREN league.  The Hoosic Valley Indians represent the district in 11 different sports.

The Wasaren League has returned to the previous athletic scheduling website, RSchool Calendar. If you have bookmarked or downloaded the app please update to the new site for the 2017-2018 school year. 

Click here for the Sports Calendar

Thank you for your continued support.

Bryan Zajesky- Athletic Director
(518) 753-4458 ext. 2512
bzajesky@hoosicvalley.k12.ny.us

Updates

Concussions:
Student and Parent Information Sheet

Check Local Paper for stats and league results:

HVCS Booster Club - Click here for schedules, fundraisers, and volunteer events.

ATHLETIC BLUE CARDS

  • A current physical is required - If the 12-month period for the physical expires during a sports season, participants may complete the season as long as an interval health history was conducted prior to the season.  For example, a physical conducted August 1 would be valid through August 31 of the following year.  If a student plays beyond August (ex. Football), the student may complete that sport season as long as an interval health history was conducted before the start of the season. Immediately following the last sanctioned tournament competition for that season, a new physical is required if the student is going to play another sport.
  • Interval Health History OR Athletic Health History (for 1st time participants) must be completed (dated no earlier than 30 days prior to the start of the sport season) and presented to the school nurse with a current physical for a Blue Card.
  • Current physicals and health history forms can be mailed or faxed to the High School (fax # 753-4151).
  • The nurse will issue blue cards directly to coaches after all paper work has been received.

Use of School Athletic Equipment

It has come to our attention that in the past student athletes have been issued and allowed to use school athletic equipment in the summer time in order to attend clinics and individual camps. Please know that effective immediately (July 17th, 2012) this will no longer be the case. School equipment will only be issued and used for organized team activities that are directly supervised by Hoosic Valley coaches.

If you have any questions feel free to contact Bryan Zajesky, Athletic Director, by email: bzajesky@hoosicvalley.k12.ny.us


INTERSHOLASTIC ATHLETIC HEALTH APPRAISALS - (Sports Physicals)

Regulations of the commissioner of Education, Part 135.4 (7)(h).

Prior to each sport season, school nursing personnel must review the student’s attendance records and either interview the student to update the health history or have the parent complete an interval health history in order for the 12 months physical examination to be valid.

All students must have a valid "blue card" at the start of each sports season. Blue Cards are obtained by submitting either the Interval Health history or Athletic Health History to the school nurse. The school nurse will review the students attendance records and health history and return an updated blue card to the student. Students must have a blue card to give to coaches the first day of practice.

Components of the sports physical:

 



Community Sports
HVAA CYO Basketball Stampede Football

Athletics Links

Please note - The views expressed on any external websites are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Hoosic Valley Central School District.

General Interest

Nysphsaa.org - New York State Public High School Athletic Association homepage.

Section II Athletics - The homepage for NYSPHSAA Section II.

Times Union - High School Sports Homepage- The Times Union has updated standings, schedules, scores and highlights for all local high school sports programs.

NCAA.org- The National College Athletic Association homepage has information for students looking to play sports at a college level.

Basketball

High School Basketball Championships - The home of the New York  H.S. basketball championships in Glens Falls.  Look for schedules, ticket info, and the history of the tournament.

Track and Field

Section 2 Harrier - The Section II Harrier has info on indoor and outdoor track as well as cross-country meets, schedules, and results.

Armory Track Homepage - Home of the Armory Track and the New Balance Track and Field Center in Manhattan, host of the Millrose games.