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Commack Athletics High School Tryout Schedule

 Cheerleading                8/22/16               Auxiliary Gym                   7:00 am

Cross-Country (Boys)       8/22/16         South Gym Entrance            7:00 am

Cross-Country (Girls)        8/22/16         North Gym                          7:00 am

Field Hockey (V & JV)     8/22/16         Field Hockey Field               7:00 am

Football (V & JV)             8/15/16         Locker Room                       7:00 am

Golf (V & JV Boys)          8/22/16         South Gym                           7:00 am

Gymnastics (Girls)             8/22/16         South Gym                           7:00 am

Soccer (V & JV Boys)       8/22/16         Soccer Field                         7:00 am

Soccer (V & JV Girls)       8/22/16         Soccer Field                         7:00 am

                    Swimming (Girls)              8/15/16         Northport High School        9:00 am                      

Tennis (V & JV Girls)       8/22/16         Tennis Courts                      7:00 am

Volleyball (V & JV Boys) 8/22/16         North Gym                           7:00 am

Volleyball (V & JV Girls) 8/22/16         North Gym                           5:00 pm

Double practices AM and PM should be expected prior to the start of the school.

Times typically can be 7:00 am – 10:00 am and 4:30 pm – 8:00 pm


Middle School Tryout Date is changed to September 6th.

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Commack Varsity Bowling TeamMembers of the Commack bowling team attended a clinic in at Palace Lanes in Columbus, Ohio during the last weekend of July 2016.  This clinic was a great opportunity for the team to help improve their form, timing, lane play as well as versatility as part of the sport of bowling.  Ron Hatfield conducted the clinic.  Ron is a certified USBC gold level bowling coach and has served in many different coaching roles over the past 20 years.  He worked with the athletes for 2 1/2 days  and covered other areas like being mentally prepared, exercise prior to the start of a match and different types of lane conditions.  It was a great opportunity for the team to work together and build together for this coming school year.  The team continues to practice in the off season and is looking forward to a spectacular season which starts in November.
Cougar Camp 2016
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Cougar Camp Session I - lots of action and summertime fun!
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Congratulations to Jill Dieterich (Track), and Kaysi Gruner (Softball) for signing Letters of Intent for colleges in the fall.

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Congrats to Julia, Diana, Victoria, Cat, and Katie (and Amy, Casey, and Julia--not pictured)
on being recognized by Section XI for  Lacrosse.

Commack Lacrosse players
Commack Dellacave AwardCongratulations to Thomas Dugan and Samantha Miller for receiving Commack's Dellacave Awards this past weekend. This award is given to Commack's top Male and Female Scholar Athlete. Thomas will be playing lacrosse at Stony brook University and Samantha will be playing soccer at Lehigh University next year. 
Amanda McNelis won 1st place at the SectionXI Division and earned All county honors in the 100m High Hurdles. She also took first place in the State Qualifying Championship meet in the the pole vault. Amanda  clinched the first spot to represent Section XI at the State Championship Meet this Friday (6/11/16). This will be Amanda's third State Championship meet in three seasons! CONGRATULATIONS!
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Congratulations to Chris Gomes (LAX) who signed with NYIT, and to
 Katelyn Hahn, who will continue her swimming career at Fairfield.
scholar athletes
 Ryan Lawless, Amanda McNelis, and Jack Pihlkar earned Academic All County honors this Spring Track Season. The ceremony was at Villa Lombardi's where they received their Section XI recognition.

The Autism Awareness Teacher/Player Doubles Tournament raised $2,162 for the Nassau Suffolk Service for Autism (Commack). A true team success with the community and parents' help!

Teacher/Player Tennis Tournie

And congratulations to Tennis Coach Shane Helfner, voted Coach of the Year by the Suffolk County Tennis Coaches Association!

Our Lady Cougar Varsity Softball Team won the Suffolk County Championship!
Suffolk County Softball Champs! Suffolk County Softball Champs! Suffolk County Softball Champs!

Photos from the Suffolk AA Championship v. E. Islip
Photos from the AA Finals v. Eastport

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So proud of our Lady Cougars - at the LI Championship game the girls came back from a 6-1deficit to a 7-6 lead at the bottom of the 6th. Final Commack 6, MacArthur 7.
CHS Senior Athletes  
Congratulations to our senior athletes, who will continue their athletic careers
 in the fall at the schools listed below:
Christopher Afonso John Jay College
Shelbie Bachai Sacred Heart University
Alyssa Bluethgen SUNY Oneonta
Samantha Bouchard  SUNY Oneonta
Michael Catarelli Suffolk Community College
Valerie Celentano The Ohio State University
Kevin Colella SUNY Oneonta
Augustus Contressa Stony Brook University
Brianna Cook High Point University
Leanne Corso SUNY Oneonta
Gina Cozetti Hartwick College
Jaclyn DelliSanti Dowling College
Jill Dietierich Southern New Hampshire University
Michael Duren SUNY Brockport
Amanda Epstein Erskine College
Matthew Gill Rochester Institute of Technology
Christopher Gomes New York Institute of Technology
Lauren Gomes Northern Illinois University
Michael Gomes SUNY Maritime
Ryan Graziano Allegheny College
Kaysi Gruner Rowan College
Kaitlyn Hahn Fairfield University
Amy Hauser Quinnipiac University
Bradley Husted University of New Haven
Anthony Izzo SUNY Brockport
Diana Johnston Saint Joseph's College
Brandon Katz SUNY Delhi
Joshua Kressel Towson University
Andrew Lordahl Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Julia Manetta Haverford College
Benjamin McNeill New York Institute of Technology
Samantha Miller  Lehigh University
Erin Nolan SUNY Geneseo 
Brooke Novello Ithaca College
Lorenzo Russo Pace University
Annamarie Santangelo Fairleigh Dickinson University
Ryan Sinnott Marist College
Ryan Steffens Southern New Hampshire University
Alexa Svensson Marist College
Victoria Varrone SUNY Farmingdale
Kelsey Voiklis SUNY Farmingdale
Be sure to check out the Bob Williams sports photo pages!
Girls Varsity Lacrosse Playoffs   Varsity Softball   Girls Varsity Track (v. Ward Melville)   Girls Varsity Golf   Varsity Baseball (Northport)   CMS Boys Lacrosse   Girls Varsity Lacrosse   Girls Varsity Track   Boys Varsity Lacrosse (Hills West)   Varsity Baseball   Boys Varsity Track Invitational   Boys Varsity Tennis   Boys Varsity Track   Varsity Badminton   Varsity Softball   Boys Varsity Lacrosse  Girls Varsity Lacrosse
The #2 seed Commack Boys Varsity tennis team continues to roll along in the playoffs as they were able to defeat the #7 seed Huntington in the quarterfinals by a score of 4-3. Commack was led by strong doubles play from Sol Yoon, Matthew Wu, Jake Lampert, and Alec Sydney. The two clinching matches came from 3rd singles player Andrew Lin and 4th singles player Tyler D'Amato. Commack now advances to the semi-finals to host the # 3 seed and rival Half Hollow Hills West next Tuesday 5/24 at 4:00 PM. Let's go 'Mack!!
Track Cougar Champions 
 It has been many years since  Commack defeated Longwood. On May 5th  the Commack Boys track team defeated Longwood by a score of 81-60. This win  helped  Commack clinch a  League 1 Championship. Then on May10th,  the Boys Track Team  defeated Ward Melville and solidified their undefeated  season. This is the team's first league championship since 2005. Congratulations to the entire program!
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Congratulations to our League 1 Champions
Cougar Varsity Baseball Team!! Season record 13-5
Commack Girls Badminton Champs!
Congratulations to the Girls Badminton League 1 Champs! The girls will be competing on Monday and Tuesday for the County Championship!  #MACK
Commack Varsity SoftballGirls Varsity SoftballGirls Varsity Softball  won their game against Sachem East  5-0 and Alyssa Bluethgen pitched a No Hitter to secure the
League 1 Championship! 
From Newsday: Alyssa Bluethgen threw a no-hitter with five strikeouts and one walk to lead Commack (11-1) in Suffolk I. It was Bluethgen's second no-hitter of the year and clinched the Suffolk I championship for Commack, according to coach Harold Cooley. "She did a great job locating all her pitches and worked the zone really well," Cooley said. Kaysi Gruner went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs and Nicole Principe went 2-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI.

The picture in white uniforms was our senior game against PatMed, we won 6-0 and Alyssa Bluethgen pitched another No-Hitter to end the regular season. 
From Newsday: Alyssa Bluethgen threw a no-hitter with nine strikeouts and four walks to lead Commack (13-1) in Suffolk I. "She did a great job working the zone," coach Harold Cooley said. "A pretty dominant performance by her." Danielle Gambino went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored, Gianna Venuti went 2-for-3 with a triple and a run scored and Nicole Principe went 2-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI.

Playoffs begin on Monday 5/15, Home against a team to be named.
The Commack Varsity boys tennis team just received the #2 seed in the Suffolk County Playoffs.  After a bye in the first round, they will play a home match on Wednesday May 18th if you can come to support the team!  Newsday also just ranked Commack Boys Varsity tennis as the 4th best team on all of Long Island!​  Let's go Commack!
Girls Varsity Golf Team

The 2016 Suffolk County Girls Golf Championships Results are in.

Commack placed 3 golfers in the top 20 in Suffolk County:
Stephie Miller (sophomore) - 10th Place (93,89) - All-County Selection

Ava Zimmerman (sophomore) - 10th place (91,91)

Emily Shin (junior) - 18th Place (99,96) 

All of our golfers placed in the top 40 out of 80 golfers who competed in the Championship.

Rachel Lenberger (senior) - 28th place (108,99)
Jillian Kowalsky (senior) - 29th place (105,103)
Elana Kudysch (sophomore) - 38th place (121,101)

Additionally, based on the scores of all 6 golfers, the girls dropped a total of 38 strokes from Day 1 to Day 2.

Congratulations on the best team performance at the Counties in Team History!

Congratulations to Leah Kowalsky!!! She is the first golfer in Girls Varsity Golf History to get a hole-in-one in season.
Leah got a hole in one at the Sunken Meadow Red Course, Hole #3 on Tuesday, May 10th.
JV Boys Tennis finished the season with a win against Hills West (6-1), and completed the season with a 7-3 record.  A great season by a young group of athletes and awesome young men.
In Newsday's High School Sports most recent Rankings (5/9/16), The Girls Varsity Golf Team was ranked 5th on Long Island and 3rd in Suffolk County. Congratulations and good luck in your 3 remaining matches and the Suffolk County Championships!
The Commack Varsity Boys Tennis earned their biggest victory of the year as they defeated their rival Half Hollow Hills West on the road by a score of 5-2. Freshman Gabe Chan won the deciding match at third singles to clinch the win for Commack. Sophomores Sol Yoon and Andrew Lin won at 1st doubles, Juniors Peter Yu and Matthew Wu won at 2nd doubles, while sophomores Ryan Schoenfeld and Alec Sydney got the point for Commack at 3rd doubles. Sophomore Zach Eisler also defeated his opponent at 4th singles. The win clinches second place for Commack in a very competitive League 1. Commack is now 11-3 overall on the season and should have a top seed in the Suffolk County Playoffs. Congrats to Commack Tennis!!
Golf Clinic at CMS Golf ClinicGirls Varsity Golf Clinic at Commack Middle School Lacrosse Team Lacrosse TeamThe senior lacrosse players went to Rolling Hills to teach the sport they love to the children in Mr. Seifert's PE classes.
Shana Kay Game Shana Kay Game

The Varsity Girls Lacrosse team played in the 11th annual Shana Kay Memorial Game on April 27th. It was a true team victory, defeating Longwood 19-10.
The team was able to send a generous donation to the SMK Foundation with proceeds from the half-time raffle.
Congratulations to our ALL LONG ISLAND ATHLETES & COACH JOANNA JUDGE (Gymnastics)
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Jung Soo Ahn Fencing
Gabriella Musto Fencing
Casey Hearns Basketball
Jaclyn Dellisanti Basketball
Jacklyn Dolitsky Gymnastics
Lauren Gomes Gymnastics

Tennis Clinic a Success
Commack Boys Tennis Clinic
 The Commack Boys HS Tennis Team hosted a tennis clinic on Saturday, April 16. Commack tennis clinic was a huge success, with 35 kids of all ages come and learn from our Varsity and JV players.  It was a great day as the community really came together! 
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Girls Varsity Basketball LI Championship   Girls Varsity Basketball Semifinals   Girls Varsity Basketball Q Finals   Boys Varsity Basketball v. Smithtown W (playoff)   Girls Varsity Basketball v E. Islip (playoff)   Boys Varsity Basketball v. Deer Park (playoff)   Boys Varsity Basketball v. Longwood   Varsity Kickline Photos   Girls Varsity Basketball v Pat-Med   Hip Hop Dancers!   Boys Varsity Basketball v. Ward Melville   Boys Varsity Basketball v. Sachem N.   Boys Varsity Basketball   Girls Winter Track   Girls Varsity Basketball  Boys Varsity Swimming   Boys Varsity Bowling   Boys Varsity Track   Varsity Wrestling   Boys Varsity Basketball   Boys Varsity Fencing   Girls Varsity Fencing   Girls Varsity Basketball
The following Commack Fencers have been named to the NEWSDAY ALL LONG ISLAND TEAM:

Sabre Fencer Senior, Gabriella Musto

Epee Fencer Junior, JungSoo Ahn

Representatives from the Nassau and Suffolk County Track Coaches Associations, NSCHSSA, and USATF Long Island have come together to select the All Long Island Athletes for the indoor track and field season.

Jack Pihlkar; Weight Throw, Commack High School.
Amanda McNelis, Pole Vault, Commack High School

Great run for the Lady Cougars Varsity Basketball Team - 2 years in a row LI Champs. #Mackproud #MackChampions

Commack Athletic Dept. Track startsCongratulations to Jack Pilkar, Steve Silverman, and Amanda McNelis, who performed honorably at the Eastern States Meet at the NYS Armory. 
After placing at the Long Island Elite Meet:
Jack Pilkar, Shot Put- 4th; Weight Throw- 3rd
Steve Silverman, Shot put- 6th; Weight throw- 11th
Amanda McNelis, Pole Vault (PR 12' 02")
Amanda McNelis and Jack Pilkar advanced to the State Meet at Cornell University.
*Jack Pilkar placed 9th  in the Weight Throw with a personal record of 57 feet.
*Amanda Placed 12th overall in the 55m High Hurdles and 5th in the Pole Vault.

The Boys JV Basketball team finished up a tremendous season with an overall record of 15-3 while maintaining a team GPA of over 94.  The team finished in 2nd place in a very tough League 1.  The team was led this year by Team Captains, Bobby Abshire, Nick Guaglione and Sean Keenan.  Their leadership was crucial in acting as the "glue" that kept the team together and running smoothly all season.   Some of the team's notable wins were against Longwood away (their only loss), Brentwood away in a double overtime game and William Floyd away, with 5 kids out from illness. The team's 3 losses were only by a combined total of 11 points, showing how close every game was for the Cougars. The team's versatility this year was outstanding and played high pressure "D" all season to ensure 15 victories.

The team's leading scorers this year were Aidan Keenan(G) and Kyle Murphy(F), who were both freshmen and had outstanding seasons.  The team's leading assist man was Nick Guaglione(PG) who also lead in steals.  Brian Morley dominated the boards all season and lead in rebounds.  Justin Graziano and Bobby Abshire lead the team in blocks and provided sound interior defense.  At the team's awards dinner the folllowing Student-Athletes received some individual awards for their efforts.
Brian Morley: Most-Improved Player
Nick Guaglione: Most-Improved Player
Kyle Murphy: Unsung Hero
Aidan Keenan: Team MVP
Sean Keenan: Sportsmanship Award

Coach Moran stated, "This is one of the most intense teams I have ever coached.  Their effort was second to none.  We were in every game and never backed down from any challenge.  I am so proud of all these guys and hope they all continue to grow as players and improve their skills so they can eventually impact the Varsity team as they did this year on JV.  Great Job to all  the guys!"

Commack Goes All County Again!
All County honors at the section XI All County Awards Presentation were awarded to; Jack Pihlkar (2nd Weight Throw, 5th Shot Put), Ryan Lawless (4th Pole Vault), and Amanda McNelis (1st Pole Vault, 3rd 55m High hurdles- 2nd overall).  Academic All County honors were awarded to seniors: Steve Silverman (2nd Shot Put, 4th Weight throw), Jill Dieterich (5th 1500m Run), and Sydney Haas (5th Triple Jump). 
Amanda McNelis placed 5th at the NYS Track & Field Championships with a sanctioned Pole Vault Record record of 11' 09". Jack Pihlkar moved up to 9th place in the Weight Throw with a PR distance of 57'.00".
At the NY State Gymnastics Championship, the Section XI team got 2nd place over all!
Lauren Gomes received first place on bars, 5th place on vault, and 4th place all-around! Jacklyn Dolitsky placed 5th on bars. And Amanda McNelis received a 6th on bars and left the competition and went immediately to a track meet where she won first place in pole vault!
Amanda McNelis placed 4th at the Eastern States Meet in Manhattan on March 1 in the Pole vault with a height of 11' 06". Her next meet will be the NYS track and Field Championship meet at Cornell University. 
Amanda returned from the Gymnastics State competition on 2/27/16, to compete hours later at the Long Island Elite Meet. She placed 1st in the Pole Vault with a jump of 11' 06" and set a new meet record. Tuesday 3/1, she heads to the Eastern States Meet to compete in the 55m High Hurdles, as well as the Pole Vault. Friday, March 4th Amanda will join the Section XI team to represent Suffolk County at the NYS Track & Field Championship Meet at Cornell University. She will compete in the 55m High hurdles and Pole Vault. Amanda is currently the #1 Pole Vaulter in Suffolk County and holds the School Record with a jump of 12' 02". CONGRATULATIONS!
Commack Cougarette Kickline
Congratulations to the Commack Cougarette Kickline - the ladies took second place in the NDA National Championship
 on Feb. 27 & 28.
Read all about it here:
Commack Varsity CheerleadersNational Champion Cougar CheerleadersCONGRATULATIONS TO THE VARSITY CHEERLEADERS

Cougar Cheerleaders won 1st place in the National Reach 4 the Beach competition in Ocean City, MD.
THE LADIES DO IT AGAIN! The Girls  Varsity BB Team won the Section XI Suffolk County Championship toooo!  More Photos
Section XI Girls Basketball Championship
Suffolk County Champion CougarsSuffolk County Champion CougarsCONGRATULATIONS TO THE
SUFFOLK COUNTY CHAMPS!!!Suffolk County Champion Cougars
Photos from the Game

Long Island Class AA Championship Game March 5 - 2:30pm @ St. Joseph's College in Patchogue.

Commack Athletics Soccer Letter of IntentCommack Athletics Soccer Letter of Intent

Congrats to Senior Soccer Captains, Samantha Miller and Alexa Svensson,who signed National Letters of Intent for Lehigh University and Marist College to play soccer in the fall.

2016 Fencing Suffolk County ChampionsSUFFOLK COUNTY CHAMPS!!!
Coach Raeihle - Coach of the Year!

Suffolk County Fencing Coach of the YearIndividual standouts: (6 of our 9 fencers qualified for the individual tournament)
Sabre: Gabriella Musto 1st Place (COUNTY CHAMPION)
Stephanie Miller 3rd Place

Epee: Jung Soo Ahn 1st Place (COUNTY CHAMPION)
Alexabdra Gillis 5th Place

Foil: Monica Cramer 5th Place Foil
Amanda Loo 6th Place Foil

ALL 43 girls made this happen!

Please join the Commack Track & Field Program in congratulating Jack Pihlkar and Amanda McNelis on qualifying to represent Suffolk County in the NYS Track & Field Championships on March 5! Jack will be competing in the weight throw event after placing 2nd in the county, while Amanda will be competing in the pole vault after taking 1st place. Amanda will also be competing in the hurdles as the 2nd seed in Suffolk County.

Commack's Boys Bowling Team took second place in the County Championship, with a perfect game by senior Michael Regan in a 1,473 series!
Congratulations to our Track stars who competed in the State Qualifiers at Shoreham/Wading River:
Amanda McNelis earned All County and is a State qualifier with a 1st place finish.
Advancing are: Allison Seidman- 300m, Jill Dieterich- 1500m Run, Amanda McNelis- 55m High Hurdles- Sydney Haas- Triple Jump.
The top two in the county represent Suffolk County (SectionXI) advancing to the NYS Indoor Track & Field Championship at Cornell University on March 5th.
Augie ContressaCongratulations to Augie Contressa on his signing of a national
 Letter of Intent today for Stony Brook University.
Samantha Miller is featured as a News12 Scholar Athlete Award Winner. Check it out here:
Girls Fencing CommackBoys Fencing CommackBOYS FENCING NEWS:

Commack 17 HHH 10,
the boys are now 12-4
 Boys had an amazing win on 1/29 in our final match...17-10 over Half Hollow Hills. We were losing 9-4 and things looked bleak, but the boys dug deep, fought hard, and won 10 straight bouts to close it out!! This was the best win of the season. Austin Izen (Foil) and Nick Abbott (Epee) both went 3-0 with Izen, our team captain, winning the deciding bout. We finished with a record of 12-4. Now, we are very confident in our preparation for the county meet on Saturday, Feb. 6 at Ward Melville.


 2:45 pm – 3:15 pm (except boys tennis)
Badminton – Room 141
Baseball – Room 142
Girls Golf – Room 143
Boys Lacrosse – Room 144
Girls Lacrosse – Room 146
Softball – North Gym
Tennis – Room 146 (3:30 to 4:30)
Boys Spring Track – South Gym (half gym)
Girls Spring Track – South Gym (half gym)

Commack Athletic Signing Commack Athletic Signing

Congratulations to Amy Hauser and Ben McNeill who signed Letters of Intent with Quinnipiac (LAX) and NY Tech (Baseball).
Jackie's 1000 point celebration1,000 POINTS!

Congrats to CHS Varsity Basketball player Jackie DelliSanti, who scored her 1,000th career point on Jan. 5.
Commack Boys Bowling TournamentOn January 6th, all Suffolk County bowlers participated in the Singles/Doubles Tournament at Sayville Lanes.  Out of 85 doubles teams, Commack finished in first and second place!!!  These athletes bowled five games over a 4.5 hour block.  Congratulations to Evan Haas and Thomas White Jr. for coming in first place and Avery Lugares and Jeremy Lutsky for coming in second place.  Great Job!!!
Boys Bowling
The Commack Boys Bowling Team finished the first half of the season with a record of 5 wins and 1 loss.  The team currently has six bowlers who are averaging over 200 pins a game in competition.  The season's highest gamed rolled so far was 1245 pins (average of 249 per bowler). 

Sophomore bowler, Thomas White Jr., was recently named by Newsday as one of the "Top 25 boys bowlers to watch."  This is an exciting season for the team, as it continues toward preparing to compete for a county championship on February 6.
BOYS FENCING NEWS:Boys Fencing Commack

Suffolk County Underclass Tournament Results
Jack Vellon - 7th place, 9th grade Foil
Jack Gerardi - 4th place, 10th grade Foil
Andrew Lin - 3rd place, 10th grade Foil
Nick Guarino - 1st place, 9th grade Epee
Aidan Fanning - 3rd place, 10th grade Epee
Donovaughn Tulloch - 2nd place, 10th grade Epee
Kevin Ra - 2nd place, 10th grade Sabre
Bobby Spathis - 1st place, 10th grade Sabre
Next match Jan. 5, Tuesday v. Sayville at home - 4pm.
Girls Fencing Commack 

Suffolk County Underclass Tournament Results

Steph Lewis grade 10- 1st place
Maggie Montera grade 10- 2nd place
Caitlyn Ryan grade 9- 4th place
Michelle Jung grade 9- 3rd place

Foil: Jasmine Bajaj grade 10-3rd place
Rachel Cole grade 10- 1st place
Katie ONeill grade 10-2nd place
Kaylah Cochrane grade 9- 2nd place
Tatum Calvagna grade 9- 5th Place
Liz Nestola grade 8- 1st place
Becky An grade 9- 1st place

Epee: Lily Manetta grade 10-5th place
Brynn Franz grade 10- 1st place
Jenna Helton grade 9- 7th place
Victoria Parangelo grade 9- 5th place
Anna kolanovic grade 10-4th place
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Congratulations to our senior athletes, who have signed Letters of Intent!
Amanda Epstein- lacrosse-Erskine College
Brianna Cook-lacrosse- High Point
Jaclyn Dellisanti- basketball- Dowling
CJ Trenkle-lacrosse- Stony Brook
Thomas Dugan-lacrosse- Stony Brook

Commack Cougars Girls Varsity Basketball
The Girls Varsity Basketball Team scored a 57-40 victory at Sachem East, now 3-0 for the season.
Junior Jill Spagnuola led the way with 20 points, seniors Jackie DelliSanti (18) and Leanne Corso (13) were also in double figures.
Commack Athletes Serving the Community
Members of the Girls Varsity Basketball Team prepared holiday gifts for the less fortunate  at the Commack Salvation Army last night!! A great example of our athletes being true leaders in the community.
Commack Field Hockey award winnersCongrats to our Commack field hockey award recipients.
 Gina Cozetti - All Division
Erin Nolan - All Conference
Lauren Parrinello - All County
Brooke Novello - All County
Coach Sadiker - CMS Sportsmanship Award
Leanne Corso - All State
All Long IslandCongratulations to Commack's All- Long Island Fall Athletes
Augie Contressa- Football
Kim Liao- Tennis
Samantha Miller- Soccer
Alexa Svensson-Soccer
Ryan Sinnott- Soccer
Congrats to Kimberly Liao, Suffolk County Female Tennis Player of the Year! On December 8th, at Villa Lombardi's several of the Commack Boys Varsity Soccer players were honored for some of their individual achievements from this past season at the Suffolk County High School Soccer Association dinner . The following boys who were earned awards were:
Thomas Amato - Academic All-County honors
Michael Duren - All-League Honors
Josh Eisler - All-League Honors
Nick Pfeiffer - All-League Honors
Scott Cebollero - All-League, All-Conference Honors
Anthony Izzo - All-League, All-Conference, All-County Honors and Suffolk County All-Star Game Starter
Ryan Sinnott - All-League, All-Conference, All-County and All-Long Island (1st Team)Honors and Suffolk County All-Star Game Starter

Congratulations to the boys on an outstanding season, for their individual achievements and for representing Commack in such an amazing capacity.
Commack High School Athletic Dept 
Be sure to check out the Bob Williams sports photo pages!
Varsity Playoff Football v. Northport   Girls Varsity Soccer Playoff v. Sachem N.  Girls Varsity Soccer Playoff v. Hauppauge   Girls Varsity Soccer Playoff v. N.Babylon   Boys Varsity Soccer V. HHH W   Girls Varsity Volleyball   Girls Varsity Soccer Playoff v. Sachem E.    Varsity Football v. Sachem E.   Boys Varsity Cross Country   Varsity Football v. Connetquot   Girls Varsity Gymnastics   Girls Varsity Soccer v. Sachem N.   Girls JV Volleyball v. Pat Med   Boys Varsity Soccer (Pat Med),   Boys Varsity Golf,   Girls Varsity Swimming   Varsity Field Hockey v. BayShore    Girls Varsity Cross Country,    Girls Varsity Volleyball v. Longwood & Practice Pics,   Boys Volleyball v. Northport,   Girls Varsity Soccer v. Pat Med,  Boys Varsity Soccer v. KP  Girls Tennis v. Harborfields

Homecoming Pics - Brenda's * Bob's * Video

Senior Football Pre-game Pics

Commack/Northport Swim TeamAll League, All County and All State
400 Freestyle Relay Swim team!! Congratulations girls!!

Commack Athletics Fundraiser
Commack Men’s Team played against Varsity players and other participants in a fundraiser for “The Bouzas Family Children’s Trust”.  Manny Bouzas, a player on the Men’s Team, lost his battle with cancer less than three years ago and left behind a wife and three children.  This fundraiser helps support the Bouzas family and honors Manny’s memory.
Congratulations to our Girls Varsity Gymnastics Team and their coaches, Section XI County & League 1 Champs! Photos from the dinner:
Suffolk County and League 1 Gymnastics Champs
Girls Varsity Gymnastics 2015 SUFFOLK COUNTY CHAMPS!

2015 Gymnastics Suffolk County Champs!

 The Girls Varsity Gymnastics Team won the Suffolk County Championship while also breaking the Section XI record with their overall score. Individual competitions this Friday at Babylon at 4:30pm for a chance to qualify for States.
Senior Lauren Gomes won the Suffolk County All-Around Gymnastics Title last night at Babylon High School. Freshman Jacklyn Dolitsky won 3rd Place All-Around and Junior Amanda McNelis received 2nd place on Bars. The three will now join the other top qualifiers in the county as a united front to compete against the rest of New York State in Albany on February 27.
Krista Hagen got 4th All-Around!
Suffolk County Gymnastics Individual WInners
Suffolk County All-Around Gymnasts
Girls Varsity Soccer 2015 League I Undefeated Champions!
14-0 in League
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Commack Boys Varsity Soccer Team Commack Boys Varsity Soccer Team Commack Boys Varsity Soccer Team Commack Boys Varsity Soccer Team
The Boys Varsity Soccer Team had a great season with a 12-3-1 overall record.  The Boys received a #6 seed but lost in overtime in their first playoff game v. HHH West on 10/27. 
County Tennis Singles Champion!County Singles Champion!!!
Congratulations to Commack 8th grader Kimberly Laio

The Girls Varsity Team (13-0) won their 1st playoff match on 10/20 against Bay Shore. We play Harborfields in the Quarterfinal tomorrow (Wednesday) at 3pm at home. Please come out and support the ladies!
Tennis with the Teachers - Find a Cure! 
Commack Tennis w the Teachers

More pictures
Over $1,700 raised and congrats to Congrats to Joe Pugh and his partner, Varsity player Cheryl Hardy, the teacher/student winners.
Girls Varsity Tennis League 1 Champs

After a few early butterflies the Varsity Girls settled down and took control of the match beating East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson 5 matches to 2. It was another incredible win from the team
Thanks for all of your support!!!!

TENNIS is top in the League
 with an 8-2 season and a big win over HHHE.
Commack JV GolfCongratulations to the Boys JV Golf Team who extended their unbeaten streak to 14 consecutive wins against no
losses. They defeated Cold Spring Harbor 9 to 0 for their 10th shutout. They obtained 121 points out of a possible 126 points in 14 matches this season. The boys had 79 wins, 2 ties and 3 losses out of 84 matches.
Congratulations to the Boys JV Golf Team: Marcus Chung, Jonathan Eckert, Jason Haber,  Alec Karaolis, Andreas Karaolis, Frankie McDonald, Rudy Rinaldo, Christopher Salvatore, Victor Shin, Ryan Sparling, Jared Yaker, David Zoly.


2:30 pm – 3:15 pm 

Boys Basketball – Room 139
Girls Basketball – Room 140
Boys Bowling – Lab 6B
Girls Bowling – Room 142
Boys and Girls Fencing – Room 246
Boys Winter Track – South Gym
Girls Winter Track – North Gym
Wrestling – Auxiliary Room

OCTOBER 27 2:30 pm – 3:15 pm
Boys Individual Competitors Swim – Room 247

Commack High School's Girls Soccer Team Named 2014-15 NSCAA High School Team Academic Award Recipient

 The team was recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) with the 2014-15 High School Team Academic Award. The NSCAA annually recognizes high school soccer programs that have excelled in the classroom, in addition to their performance on the field. Commack was one of 398 teams (150 boys, 248 girls) nationwide recognized for exemplary performance in the classroom as a team during the 2014-15 academic year. 
To qualify for this award, the team must have a minimum grade point average of 3.25 for the entire academic year. The team GPA is determined by adding every player's GPA, then dividing by the number of players.
Dvision 1 Tennis ChampCongratulations to tennis athletes Kimberly Liao and Jackie Guidice! Kimberly is the Division 1 Champion and will be seeded 2nd in all of Suffolk County next Saturday at the Section XI Individuals Tournament. Jackie finished in 3rd place and will also be representing Commack in the Sectional Championship. Both girls gave it their all and also demonstrated wonderful sportsmanship. Interested in learning more about our Helmet policy?
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2015 Boys Varsity Soccer:

"The 2015 Boys Varsity Soccer team is looking to repeat the success that the 2014 NYS Class AA State Champs had last year. Coming in to the season, the team was ranked #7 Nationally by USA Today's NSCAA Boys HS Ranking system. This year's team is led by captains Ryan Sinnott (Senior Goalie), Anthony Izzo (Senior Forward) and  Scott Cebollero (Junior Midfielder).  Ryan Sinnott was just named to "Newsday's Top 10 Players to watch in Suffolk County.  Anthony Izzo, the 2014 NYS Championship Game MVP, was also named to "Newsday's Top 25 Players to watch in Suffolk County".  All three of these players are looking forward to leading their team to another outstanding season.

This season has started right where the boys left off last year.  The team is currently 3-0-1 with a 2-0 record in league play.  The three wins were against Kings Park, Sachem North and Sachem East.  The one tie was against nationally ranked powerhouse Chaminade and ended in a 0-0 tie.  The team has scored 11 goals and only given up 1.  The leading scorers so far are Scott Cebollero and Anthony Izzo who both have 3.  Nick Messina leads the team in assists with 3.

The senior class this season is looking strong besides the decorated Izzo and Sinnott.  Defenders, Josh Eisler and Adam Portnoy, have nicely replaced the seniors who have left last year and do a great job keeping the opposition away from the net.  Forwards Mike Duren, and Ryan Graziano give the team the scoring threat, toughness and work rate you need in league 1 to succeed.  Anthony Martino and Tom Amato, are looking to give depth and greatly contribute to the team's midfield and use their skills and speed to run at other teams.  Matt Gill and Jordan Schiff were injured for their Junior year and are looking to make an impact this season in the mid-field with their skills and speed.

The Junior Class is quite strong this year.  Scott Cebollero, Nick Pfeiffer and Jordan Anderson have had an immediate impact on the teams midfield by using skills and toughness to win the "50/50" battles in the middle and their skills to counter them into scoring chances.  Alex Giordano, Matt Barnikel, Brandon Cooke, and John Simone bring a fantastic work ethic and passion to the outside flanks.  Nick Messina, Jason Salerno and Mark Paccione have become pillars for the teams defense with their toughness and relentlessness.

 The team also has 6 underclassmen this season between freshmen and sophomores keeping the future bright and prepared for the Cougars.  Bryce Raio, Nick Mastrolianni, Bobby Abshire, Bobby McMann, Aidan Keenan, and Tyler Meotti are working hard every day to give the team depth and are quickly learning the ropes and what it takes to be so successful.  Coach Moran thinks,  "We have the tools to make another run at this thing.  With hard work, dedication, selflessness, and a relentless practice intensity, we can get back to our ultimate goal.  But, for now, we take it day by day and game by game."

Football Helmet Standards

The Commack School District Athletic Program provides a safe and encouraging environment for our young athletes. Every year, football helmets are inspected, reconditioned, or retired. This service is provided by an outside organization, using National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) rating standards. Helmets (and all athletic equipment) are school-issued to ensure that all safety regulations are met. A recent study by Virginia Tech rated football helmets and gave them ratings from one to five stars (five stars being the most protective). Our inventory includes helmets rated from three stars (good) to five stars (best available) in many different sizes.

Size and helmet fit are important considerations in concussion prevention. In a NOCSAE press release dated May 27, 2014, titled "Rating System Cannot Predict Helmets' Ability to Prevent Concussions," it states that protecting against injury does not start or end with helmet purchase. "The STAR ratings are not standards," said Mike Oliver, NOCSAE Executive Director." They are a theoretical method of comparing one helmet against another." Mr. Oliver goes on to say, "A 5 STAR rating does not mean that the helmet is great at preventing concussions. The effectiveness of helmets in protecting against concussions has become exaggerated, taking focus away from steps known to have a more immediate and much greater effect on concussion reduction." 

Commack's football team members are trained in the proper tackling and blocking techniques to prevent injury. Coaches are certified in concussion protocols and concussion management, should an injury occur. Enforcing the rules of play that prohibit a lead hit with helmets to reduce head injuries or skull fracture are maintained during practices and games. The results of a University of Wisconsin study on sport-related concussions found that well maintained and fitted football helmets remain most important, and there is "serious doubt as to whether a helmet can ever be designed to prevent concussions."

Commack's Athletic Director, Pat Friel, stated, "Our goal is to implement every possible safety precaution to protect our athletes from injury. We upgrade and examine our inventory each year to provide high quality protective gear. While we are cognizant of the STAR Helmet rating system, be assured that our equipment meets and exceeds NOCSAE specifications."

Physical Education Medical Guidenlines:
A student must have full medical clearance with NO limitations, to participate and receive credit for physical education. No partial participation or participation with stipulations from a doctor are accepted. Any student-athlete who is NOT fully cleared to participate in physical education will not be eligible or cleared for athletics.

Special Sports Nutrition Section

           Nutrition Presentation

Compiled by:  Cynthia A. Proscia, MCHES, RD, CND.  Professor at Adelphi University, Garden City, New York.  Health Studies, Human Performance Science and Physical Education Department.

Message from the Director  

New! Mr. Friel's eBoard.

Athletic Department Schedules, updated daily.
For a complete listing of all game schedules and directions to the games,
go to the
Section XI website and click on "Schedules" or "Directions."

Please use the links above for information before calling the athletic coordinators below.

Director of Health, Physical Education & Athletics Pat Friel 912-2080
Lead Teacher Ed Boll 912-2144
Athletic Coordinator, Commack Middle School Eileen Cullen 858-3515
Lead Teacher, Commack Middle School Theresa Bassett 858-3512


  New! KStanley Photography

PE Guidelines and Grading Procedures  

Athletic Handbook
STOP Sports Injuries New!! - Let's Move
Girls Track and Field eBoard Student Guidelines for Interscholastic Athletics
New Form! College Visitation Report Form Physical Form Grades K-12
The Scholarship Divide:  Expectations Lose to Reality of Sports Scholarships - Recruits Clamor for More From Coaches With Less Interval Health Form
Cardiac Form
Useful resources in regard to performance enhancing supplements:
NSCA's website:
Podcast - Dr. Hoffman discusses illegal substance abuse in professional, collegiate, and High School sports 
Code of Conduct There's been a recent rule change for prospective NCAA Student-Athletes
College Visitation Report Form
Email Addresses for this Season's Coaches Wellness Committee
Seasonal Athletic Achievement Awards Rolling Hills Primary School Athletic Page
North Ridge Primary School Athletic Page Fitness Fundamentals -
Sportsmanship for Spectator Guide Elementary Website of Sportsmanship
Gatorade Sport Science Institute - NCAA Clearing House
Health Links Health News - Look Younger, Live Longer
2014-2015 Athletic Page Hazing Statistics & Occurrences
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