The Huntington School Board has voted to approve the charter for the Huntington High School Varsity Club, which will consist of student-athlete leaders across a variety of sports programs.
The National Football Foundation’s Suffolk chapter feted Huntington High School senior Robbie Smith at a luncheon last weekend at the Marriott Melville Long Island.
A spring program of girls’ volleyball intramurals and clinics will begin on Thursday evening for J. Taylor Finley Middle School and Huntington High School girls enrolled in grades 7-12. The free program will be held in the Finley gym.
The opening day kickoff is still about many months away, but Section XI recently released tentative 2022 varsity football schedules.
For the first time in nearly 50 years, Huntington High School might field a girls’ gymnastics team. Plans are still in their infancy, but officials are moving to determine if there is enough interest to offer the program. If there is, the Blue Devils would combine with Harborfields on a joint team.
The Huntington varsity girls’ volleyball team came within one win of qualifying for post-season play, outperforming pre-season expectations. Plans are already being laid for next fall when key returnees Megan Donaghy and Kate Barba will be looked upon to lead the Blue Devils.
The Huntington High School golf team won the league championship last fall. The Blue Devil links squad traces its history to 1935. It currently plays its home matches at the Huntington Crescent Club.
Fresh off the Huntington High School varsity boys’ soccer team’s first appearance in the Suffolk finals in 57 years, the Blue Devil players are displaying their compassionate side.
Kathryn Montefusco has made multiple trips to the New York State Swimming & Diving Championships and while the Huntington High School pool star has inched closer to her goal, the lure of being a state champion continues to motivate the junior.
While there are some possible awards still outstanding, the Huntington High School varsity football team is starting to turn its collective eyes ahead toward the 2022 fall campaign.
Huntington High School football players Liam McDonald , Jack O’Brien and Josiah Melendez capped off their Blue Devil football careers by playing in the Suffolk All-Star Game.
Blue Devil soccer star Teddi Carnesi has been named to the All-State team after a fabulous season during which she helped lead the Huntington varsity squad to a playoff upset victory over Commack.
Huntington’s junior varsity field hockey team enjoyed its most competitive season in many years this fall. The Blue Devils won six games and showcased some talented underclassmen.
The Huntington High School boys’ junior varsity soccer team turned in another strong season, compiling an overall record of 12-5-1.
The Huntington High School junior varsity girls’ volleyball team went through some growing pains this fall, but players did make progress, sharpening their skills and strategy and coming together as a cohesive unit.
Huntington High School’s junior varsity girls’ tennis team was a force to be reckoned with this fall. The Blue Devils compiled an 11-2 record while showcasing some exceptionally talented underclassmen.
Juniors Laurel Bonn and Grace Agrillo led a parade of post-season honorees for the Huntington High School varsity field hockey team, which won a program best 12 games this past fall.
Only a first week loss kept the Blue Devil junior varsity football team from finishing the season with a perfect record. Huntington fell to West Islip and then ran off seven consecutive victories to post a 7-1 mark this fall.
While the Huntington High School boys’ varsity cross country team is in the midst of a building program, junior Matteo Armstrong enjoyed a breakout season that saw the teenager capture first team All-League honors along with All-Division and second team All-County recognition.
Four Huntington High School varsity girls’ soccer players have garnered post-season honors. Teddi Carnesi and Emily Plachta has been tapped as All-County and Katie Browne and Edelyn Garcia have been picked for the All-Conference team.
Fresh off its winningest season ever, the Huntington High School field hockey team completed its second of two free youth clinics by sharing its love for the sport with half a dozen sixth, seventh and eighth graders on the Blue Devil Stadium turf field.
This year’s Section XI girls’ swimming and diving championships produced a thrilling set of performances by Huntington High School swimmers and their counterparts from Walt Whitman. The combined team placed ninth in a field of 25 at Stony Brook University.
Eight seniors who have meant so much to the Huntington High School girls’ volleyball program were celebrated in fine fashion on a day set aside just for them.
It took a champion to shut down the Huntington High School boys’ soccer team in the Suffolk Class AA title game. The Blue Devils gave it their best shot, but couldn’t crack West Islip’s suffocating defense as the Lions went on to win the Section XI crown, 1-0 before a crowd of nearly 1,500 at Longwood.
The Huntington football team’s offense never really got rolling on Saturday at Bellport and although the Blue Devil defense played well, it wasn’t enough to overcome the Clippers, who went on to record a 21-0 victory in the Suffolk Division II quarterfinals.
A young Huntington High School golf team comprised overwhelmingly of underclassmen captured the league title this fall. The Blue Devils finished with an overall mark of 7-3.
It looks to be a fierce battle when the Huntington High School and Bellport football teams collide on Saturday afternoon in a Suffolk Division II semifinal game. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.
When it comes to community service and helping others who badly need it, Huntington High School girls’ tennis players are all in. The Blue Devils teamed up with their friends at neighboring Cold Spring Harbor to raise more than $3,000 to benefit the efforts of Pink Aid Long Island, which provides critical financial assistance to those battling breast cancer.
Julio Martinez scored with less than five minutes remaining in the county boys’ soccer playoff semifinals against visiting Connetquot, breaking a 75 minute stalemate and lifting the Huntington boys’ soccer team to a 1-0 victory at Blue Devil Stadium before a crowd of 350. Huntington will play for its first county boys’ soccer title in 57 years on Thursday night at Longwood.
The Huntington High School football team honored its 21 seniors at the final regular season game at Blue Devil Stadium last Saturday afternoon.
Was it the wind? Or maybe an air pocket? Maybe it was just fate? Whatever is was, Kevin Velez will take it. The Huntington High School junior launched a free kick bullet that sailed 45 yards over and out of the reach of Smithtown East goalie Diego Flores, breaking a scoreless tie in the 86th minute last Friday afternoon and propelling the Blue Devils into the Suffolk Class AA boys’ soccer semifinals against Connetquot today at 2 p.m.
Kathryn Montefusco and Caelan Clayton along with six other Blue Devil swimmers turned in solid performances at the Suffolk League I Championships at Hauppauge, medaling in many of the 12 events.
Fresh off its winningest season ever, the Huntington High School varsity field hockey team will host a free clinic for Huntington UFSD students currently enrolled in grades 6-8 on Wednesday afternoon from 4-5 p.m. on the grass athletic field. No registration is necessary.
Danny Álzate heard the cheers. How couldn’t he? Huntington High School’s All-County goalkeeper heard the crowd of 450 chanting his name over and over and over again. “Danny. Danny. Danny.” The teenager gained strength each time his name rang out over Blue Devil Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.
Four Huntington High School varsity girls’ tennis players have garnered post-season honors.
While the Huntington High School JV girls’ soccer team struggled to win games, players worked hard and developed a camaraderie that was hard to beat.
Tessie Maerz likes to fly just under the radar, but there was no avoiding the spotlight last Saturday morning at Wayne Shierant Field at Alumni Stadium. The Huntington High School junior scored in sudden death overtime to lift the Blue Devil field hockey team to an upset victory over West Islip on the Lions’ Homecoming Day, 2-1.
Teddi Carnesi and Analisse Batista scored back to back goals to give the Huntington High School girls’ soccer team a second half lead before the Blue Devils held off a furious late game rally and held on to upset Commack in the county playoffs on Saturday, 2-1.
Laurel Bonn scored in sudden death overtime to lift the Huntington varsity field hockey team to an upset victory over visiting Sachem North at Blue Devil Stadium, 2-1.
The Huntington High School varsity boys’ soccer team celebrated its ten seniors during a pre-game ceremony and post-game dinner on the field this week. Sandwiched between the ceremony and dinner was an exciting contest against visiting Copiague. The Blue Devils nipped the Eagles, 1-0 on a goal by Jeison Blanco.
After dropping its first game of the season at West Islip, the Huntington High School junior varsity football team has won five straight contests, including last Saturday’s victory over visiting Centereach, 48-8.
The Huntington football team continues to chase after a Section XI playoff berth. The Blue Devils easily topped host Centereach last Friday night, 42-14 and improved their record to 4-2.
These kids really do want to make a difference. Huntington High School girls swimmers and divers joined their colleagues from Walt Whitman and Harborfields and jumped into the Centerport Yacht Club pool to raise money for Swim Across America’s seventh annual campaign to fight cancer.
The Huntington girls volleyball team is making a run at the playoffs. The Blue Devils are striving to secure a spot in post-season and a 3-0 victory this week over Half Hollow Hills East represents a giant step in the right direction.
Career days are becoming a common occurrence this fall for the Huntington High School field hockey team. This time it was Erin Scanlon who stepped into the spotlight, helping the Blue Devils put the clamps on host Newfield and topple the Wolverines, 3-0 to win their eighth game of the season.
If officials had more time to plan for it, last Saturday’s football game between Huntington and Long Beach could have been named the Friendship Bowl. While the competition between the sidelines was fierce, the warm feelings between the two schools couldn’t have been clearer as they came together for a post-game photo at midfield.
Tessie Maerz’s second half goal broke a scoreless stalemate and lifted the Huntington field hockey team over talented Commack, 1-0.
The Huntington football team toppled Smithtown West on its Homecoming Day last Saturday night, 34-0. The victory evened the Blue Devils’ record at 2-2 heading into next weekend’s home game against West Babylon.
Senior Teddi Carnesi notched a coveted hat trick to lead the Huntington varsity girls’ soccer team over visiting Bay Shore at Blue Devil Stadium, 5-1.
The Huntington varsity boys’ soccer team used three second half goals to avenge their lone loss of the season as the Blue Devils topped Smithtown West, 3-0.
Freshman Timmy McDonald put on an awesome display, rushing for 83 yards and two touchdowns, catching a 28 yard touchdown pass, completing a 45 yard pass and recording eight tackles, including four for a loss and a quarterback sack to lead the Huntington JV football team over Northport, 28-0.
Huntington High School varsity and junior varsity field hockey players recently gave up a Saturday to participate in the CAH Awareness Walk at Heckscher State Park.
The Huntington football team came out of last Saturday afternoon’s loss to Northport banged up, but more determined than ever. The Blue Devil are regrouping while simultaneously prepping to take on Smithtown West this Saturday at 5 p.m.
The Huntington field hockey team won its third straight game late Wednesday won it cruised past William Floyd on the Blue Devil Stadium turf field, 6-1.
The Huntington girls’ soccer team shrugged off a pair of close losses to two of Suffolk’s best teams and turned in a great performance at Lindenhurst, shutting out the Bulldogs, 3-0.
The Huntington boys’ soccer team entered the week with a 4-1-1 record after six tough games. No opponent can be taken for granted since every squad on the schedule is capable of winning on any given day.
The Huntington football team was a model of efficiency as it went about cruising past visiting Smithtown East at Blue Devil Stadium last Saturday, 36-14.
An influx of new young swimmers has boosted the size of this year’s combined Walt Whitman-Huntington High School girls’ swimming and diving team’s roster. The squad easily turned back a challenge by Sachem East in the first meet of the season, 89-76.
These players are confident, but not boastful. The Huntington High School girls’ tennis team knows it has some really great players on this year’s squad, but the Blue Devils are also aware that their opponents are going to present a stiff challenge in every match.
Huntington High School varsity athletic teams will be led by a dynamic group of captains this fall. The ten separate Blue Devil squads are all hungry for success. Each has been practicing since August 23 and several have already suited up for contests against Section XI foes.
Senior Josiah Melendez electrified the crowd at Blue Devil Stadium with runs of 80 and 87 yards, but the Huntington football team fell just short of a huge upset, falling to No. 2 West Islip, 14-13 before a crowd of 600.
The Huntington varsity girls’ soccer team will put its 1-0 record on the line at Northport on Friday at 5 p.m. The Blue Devils are coming off a 3-0 season opening victory at Patchogue-Medford last Saturday morning.
Keven Veliz Rua scored off a cross by Julio Martinez with 1:51 remaining to give the Huntington High School varsity boys’ soccer team a 2-1 come from behind win at North Babylon.
It’s fun to surprise an opponent not expecting a tough game. That’s what the Huntington High School varsity field hockey team might be doing a lot of this fall. The Blue Devils are better than everyone thought they would be and enthusiasm is running high among players and coaches.
John Walsh thinks he has a really good team, but the Huntington High School varsity girls’ soccer head coach knows that games are won or lost on the field. The Blue Devils are in the midst of three scrimmages before taking on a 14 game schedule that will help make clear just how good the squad is this year.
John Pagano isn’t exactly sure what to expect when the Huntington varsity boys’ soccer team hosts back to back scrimmages on Monday and Tuesday against William Floyd and Shoreham-Wading River and then plays its first game of the season on Thursday at 4 p.m. against Smithtown West at Blue Devil Stadium.
The kids come first. That’s the overriding principle that Huntington UFSD’s athletic program is built upon. The Blue Devil coaching staff is striving to give the athletes on their respective teams a great experience. Are they playing to win? Yes, but always within the rules and while maintaining the high level of sportsmanship that the district and community expects and demands.
It isn’t too late to join the Huntington High School girls’ swimming and diving team. The fall season officially begins today, Monday, August 23, but Blue Devil head coach Christopher Helmke said the invitation to come out for the squad will remain open this week.
Seven seniors completely and unquestionably dedicated to the Huntington High School cross country program were honored at the 53rd annual Blue Devil senior athletic awards ceremony in Louis D. Giani Gymnasium.
The Huntington High School boys’ soccer program is gearing up for what it hopes will be another exceptional season. The Blue Devils have been one of the top teams in Suffolk for most of the past decade and have also staked out a statewide reputation for their fine play.
Jordan Forte, Charlotte Maggio and Kemberlin Hernandez-Veliz gave the Huntington High School girls’ soccer team their heart and soul. Blue Devil head coach John Walsh recognized the terrific trio with special awards at the 53rd annual Blue Devil senior athletic awards ceremony in Louis D. Giani Gymnasium.
The Huntington High School field hockey program has high hopes for success this fall. The Blue Devils will begin practicing on Monday, August 23 at 8 a.m. on the turf field.
The Huntington High School junior varsity and varsity girls’ volleyball teams are getting ready for the fall season, which officially opens with tryouts on Monday, August 23 at 8 a.m. Anyone entering grades 9-12 is welcome to join in on the fun.
The Huntington High School varsity and junior varsity girls’ tennis teams can’t wait to start practicing on their newly refurbished court complex. The first day of practice is Monday, August 23 at 7:30 a.m. Anyone entering grades 9-12 is welcome to join in on the fun.
The Huntington High School boys’ and girls’ cross country teams are inviting anyone entering grades 9-12 to join the Blue Devil running program. No experience is necessary. Practices will begin on Monday, August 23 at 7:30 a.m.
John Walsh can’t wait for the season to start. The Huntington High School varsity girls’ soccer team’s longtime head coach believes the Blue Devils will field a very strong squad this fall.
The fall sports season is on the horizon at Huntington High School as athletes and coaches begin preparations for the start of tryouts/practices on Monday, August 23.
Several summer sports intramural programs are underway in Huntington UFSD. The intramurals are open to all students, even if they have never been a member of an interscholastic team. Attendance at all of the sessions is not required. Students can give a sport a try and see if they like it.
The Huntington High School golf team is in the midst of a transition, having lost many of its best golfers in recent years to graduation and now on the cusp of losing a few more next month. The Blue Devils are already a young squad and that will continue next fall.
The Huntington High School varsity football team will enter the 2021 season seeded No. 8 among 14 teams in Suffolk Division II. An eight game tentative schedule has been released by Section XI.
After a season that saw the Huntington High School varsity boys’ soccer team compile a 13-2 record and reach the Section XI playoffs, seven Blue Devil players have garnered honors.
Through the years, the Huntington interscholastic athletics program has played an important role in the lives of students and community members. An integral part of the Department of Physical Education, organized athletics in the Huntington School District date back more than one hundred years. Since the inception of sports teams here, Blue Devil competitors have won every possible honor bestowed on high school athletes.
Students who choose to participate will learn lessons in the value of hard work, teamwork, personal sacrifice and commitment, time management, respect for authority and rules, as well as how to lead and follow. A myriad of sports are offered during fall, winter and spring seasons. Students can choose to compete on one team each season. Parents of athletes, alumni, and community members who want to support and become involved in the athletic program have an opportunity to join the Huntington Booster Club. This organization sponsors many activities and promotes and enhances the operation of the athletic program.
Schedules for all teams and directions to away contests are available from the athletic office or by logging onto the Section XI website at www.sectionxi.org.
Coaches are also available to discuss any aspect of their specific program with prospective athletes and/or parents. For further information, including tryout dates and sports offered by season, please call the athletic office at 631-673-2018.
James M. Hoops assumed the position of district director of health, physical education and athletics on July 1, 2021. He previously served for three years as coordinator of physical education, athletics and special projects. He has worked full-time in the district since April 1984 and has been a physical education teacher since September 1990. He is also certified as a social studies teacher.
A graduate of John H. Glenn High School, Mr. Hoops obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees at Stony Brook University, through which he also obtained his school administrator certification. He has coached wrestling on the high school level and boys’ and girls’ tennis and girls’ soccer on both the middle school and high school levels. He has also coached middle school boys’ and girls’ soccer and baseball.
While serving as assistant coach to iconic Hall of Fame head coach Lou Giani, the Blue Devil wrestling team won several Suffolk and state team championships along with 17 individual county and eight state champions.
Mr. Hoops has also served as the district’s public information coordinator since July 2001. He maintains Huntington UFSD’s website content and also prepares items for the district’s various social media platforms.
Michael Marinello has been the district’s coordinator of physical education, athletics and driver education since July 1, 2021. He has been a Huntington physical education teacher since September 1995. He earlier taught at Western Suffolk BOCES for five years.
A graduate of Sachem High School, Mr. Marinello earned an undergraduate degree at Springfield College in physical education and a master’s degree at Stony Brook University in liberal studies with a concentration in health science. He has coached high school golf, high school and middle school wrestling, JV tennis and middle school baseball and boys’ track and field.
Currently the head coach of the Huntington High School varsity golf team, Mr. Marinello is also an assistant varsity wrestling coach. He has been a well-known and well-liked faculty member and athletic coach who also lives in the community and has sent his own children through Huntington High School.
Mr. Marinello is a CPR and First Aid trainer. He has also been a volunteer emergency medical technician. He has taught driver education for many years and he leads the district’s program.
All students are expected to pass all subjects. Passing physical education is a requirement for participation in interscholastic sports. Failure to maintain a passing average in all other subjects may result in being placed on probation from the activity, until improvement is displayed, as judged by the Athletic Director. Students on probation will be required to attend study sessions to concentrate on the subject failed. Participation may or may not continue during the probation. Continued academic failure may result in being suspended from the activity.
As an athlete, you are responsible for the care and the return of all athletic equipment that is issued to you. Any equipment that you do not return must be paid for. Failure to return or pay for equipment issued to you will result in your not being permitted to try out for the next sport season. In addition, if you have in your possession any athletic equipment that has not been issued to you, it could result in the immediate suspension from the team you are participating on. Such items should be turned into the Athletic Office immediately. These rules will be enforced to protect the community’s investment in the athletic program.
No athletic equipment is to be worn without the consent of the coach. Athletic uniforms are NOT to be worn during physical education class. If the student-athlete fails to return or pay for uniforms at the end of a season, he/she may not be eligible to try out for the next sport season.
The school district is not responsible for personal property. It is recommended that all valuables be left at home. Students must provide their own lock to store items in team locker rooms.
The district requires that a Transportation Release Form be completed, signed by a parent/guardian and returned to the athletic office at least 24 hours prior to the contest each time the release of a student-athlete is sought from the return transportation provided by the district.
It is important for athletes to remember that participation is a privilege that is not to be abused by unsportsmanlike conduct. The District athlete is to demonstrate self-control and respect for other students, teammates, other athletes, officials, and spectators at all times. District athletes are expected to treat opponents with respect before, during and after competitions. Congratulations, shaking hands and other acts of good sportsmanship are expected.
Students are expected to display good citizenship during the school day, on the athletic field, and in the community. You are representing the school district, so you are expected to act accordingly. Behavior that is less than acceptable will lead to temporary or permanent suspension from the team.
All student athletes must comply with the District’s Code of Conduct in addition to the Athlete’s Code of Conduct.
Hazing, defined as any activity directed against another for the purpose of initiation into any school district sponsored activity, organization, club or team, is a form of harassment whether it is physical or verbal. It is prohibited and should not be condoned by a victim, coach, staff, school administration, fellow students and especially team members. Any student found to have committed an act of harassment against any student in the District, including team members, will be faced with disciplinary action which may include suspension from their athletic team and suspension from school. Team members are fully expected to notify a coach and other school officials if any such behavior is observed.
An athlete may not use or be in possession of alcohol, tobacco or illegal substances such as illicit drugs or steroids at any time. An athlete may not use prescription drugs that have been prescribed for another person. Any student found to use alcohol, tobacco, or any illegal drug on or off school property at any time, including weekends, during the sport season will be suspended from participating in that sport. You have a commitment to your team not only during and after school, but also in the evening and on weekends. If a student-athlete discloses and informs a coach or other school official about his/her substance abuse problem, suspension may be waived if the athlete is willing to take active steps to remedy the problem.
Foul language and insulting remarks are not permissible. Students will not be permitted to fight or strike teammates and opponents unless in the context of a contact sport where such physical conduct is required or permitted. Athletes are expected to obey a coach’s directions. Disobedience, unwarranted comments, and other insubordinate behavior may interfere with the coach’s ability to conduct a practice and may distract from the time a coach should spend for the purpose of the team. Athletes are expected to communicate with coaches before or after practice to avoid distracting team practices and team goals. Athletes are expected to follow the rules and protocol of their sport and should not intentionally violate the rules of the sport that they are playing during practice or competition.
As a representative of the Department of Athletics and the Huntington Union Free School District, you are always in the public eye. Please keep the following in mind as you participate on social networking web sites:
Spectators are an important aspect of the District’s Athletic program and enhance the accomplishments of the individual athletes. Spectators are expected to conform to the accepted standards of sportsmanship and may never distract from the accomplishments of the District’s athletes. Spectators are capable of creating a negative impression of the District’s athletic program and embarrassing District athletes. The following rules of conduct must be followed by all spectators:
These rules and regulations will be enforced. They have been devised to help maintain the integrity of the athletic program here in Huntington and to help each and every student athlete have a safe, successful and enjoyable athletic experience.
Beginning in the seventh grade, in order to remain eligible to participate in co-curricular activities, a student who fails two or more subjects on the informals, quarterly grade reports and/or June final grades shall be required to attend extra help before, during or after the school day. Extra help is defined as attending a set number of minutes per week per subject of tutorial assistance. A teacher certified in the required subject area must administer extra help. If no such teacher can be scheduled, the building administration will arrange for alternative tutoring. Extra help shall continue until the student is failing less than two courses. A student failing physical education, even if it is the only course failed, shall not participate in extracurricular sports.
Students, teachers, advisors and coaches will be notified in writing of the failures. Upon notification, tutorial support will be put in place for the students as will the use of daily/weekly student progress reports. The written student notification will state the effective date of ineligibility. The student has the opportunity to appeal before the Eligibility Committee. Such a committee will be selected from administrators, counselors, teachers, advisors, coaches, and will closely review student progress to determine terms of eligibility or ineligibility for each student reviewed.
A school-sponsored student organization has the right to establish criteria for membership provided such criteria are relevant to the purpose and activities of that group.
|Salva||Onix||Head, Boys' Cross-Country||631-673-2018|
|Vogelsang||Beth||Head, Girls' Cross-Country||631-673-2018|
|Wright||Kathleen||Head, Varsity Field Hockey||631-673-2018|
|Conlon||Allison||Asst., Varsity Field Hockey||631-673-2018|
|Byrnes||Ellen||Head, JV Field Hockey||631-673-2018|
|Muller||Steve||Head, Varsity Football||631-673-2018|
|Jamison||Todd||Asst., Varsity Football||631-673-2018|
|Graham||Kevin||Asst., Varsity Football||631-673-2018|
|Wilson||Ron||Head, JV Football||631-673-2018|
|White||Andrew||Asst, JV Football||631-673-2018|
|Marinello||Michael||Head, Varsity Golf||631-673-2018|
|Pagano||John||Head, Boys' Varsity Soccer||631-673-2018|
|Suarez||Jason||Asst., Boys' JV Soccer||631-673-2018|
|Alfaro-Garcia||Jose||Head, Boys' JV Soccer||631-673-2018|
|Walsh||John||Head, Girls' Varsity Soccer||631-673-2018|
|Tannazzo||Vincent||Asst., Girls' Varsity Soccer||631-673-2018|
|Canino||Maria||Head, Girls' JV Soccer||631-673-2018|
|Helmke||Chris||Head, Girls' Varsity Swimming||631-673-2018|
|McConnell||Meg||Asst., Girls' Varsity Swimming||631-673-2018|
|Fishlow||Jamie||Head, Girls' Varsity Tennis||631-673-2018|
|Mininni||Eric||Head, Girls' JV Tennis||631-673-2018|
|Donaghy||Todd||Head, Girls' Varsity Volleyball||631-673-2018|
|Donaghy||Brian||Head, Girls' JV Volleyball||631-673-2018|
|Jamison||Todd||Speed, Strength, Conditioning||631-673-2018|
Mascot: Blue Devils
Facilities: Louis D. Giani Gymnasium
Blue Devil Stadium
Coach Cupp Tennis Complex
Director: James M. Hoops
Coordinator: Michael Marinello
Ath Secretary: Nicole Haas
Ath Secretary: Rosemary Fleming
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1-631-673-2018 Athletic Office
School Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2:20 p.m.