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CHS Soccer ChampionsCHS Soccer Champions
On June 14th the CHS Goal hosted an alumni soccer game. At the conclusion of the game, our 1996 NY State Championship team presented the 2014 NY State Champions with their championship jackets and rings.
Commack AthleticsCongratulations to Mike D'angelo and Chantel Yang for receiving the Dellecave Award. The award is given to the top male and female student athlete.
Amanda McNelisCongratulations to Amanda McNelis, who won first place in the pole vault at the State Qualifier at Port Jefferson HS  with a height of 11' 03".  WOW!  Amanda represented Section XI in Syracuse.

The Girls Varsity Golf Team finished with a 10-4 record for the third consecutive season, behind the #1 & #2 teams in Suffolk County, Smithtown East & West. We were undefeated against everyone in League 1 over the past three years, except Smithtown East & West. For the first time in team history Newsday ranked us the 5th best Girls Golf Program on Long Island. We made the County Championships as a team for the 3rd consecutive season and made it to the second day of Counties as a team for the first time in team history (only 4 teams make it to the second day).We finished the County tournament ranked fourth out of 24 teams in Suffolk County, our highest finish in team history. The team that represented us in Counties included: Stephie Miller, Ava Zimmerman, Claire Drotman, Victoria Ferlauto, Emily Shin and Jillian Kowalsky.
We had three players ranked in the top 30 out of over 300 female golfers in Suffolk County
. Ava Zimmerman finished 11th, Stephie Miller finished 12th and Claire Drotman finished in the top 30. Ava Zimmerman, Stephie Miller and Claire Drotman were all named ALL-LEAGUE. Our Sportsmanship winner this season is Jianna Cressy.

We also finished as a scholar athlete team with a 96 average.  

We wish our seniors well as they start a new chapter in their lives at the following colleges and universities: Jianna Cressy: John Hopkins University, Claire Drotman: College of New Jersey, Alexa Girimonte: University of New Haven, Samantha Palladino: Binghamton University

Commack Cougar Athletics

Congratulations to the graduating class of 2015. Good luck in your athletic careers at the college level. We are proud to announce the following student-athletes will be representing their colleges and athletic programs:

Samantha Abbott


Sacred Heart University

Michael Ambrosino


Farmingdale State College

Peter Brennan


SUNY Geneseo

Victor Bisulca


Mount Saint Mary College

Michael Campione

Track and Field

Kutztown University

Daria Castrogivanni


Molloy College

Justin Cebollero


Long Island University - Post

Christian Costello


SUNY Cortland

Joshua Cremer

Ice Hockey

Florida Atlantic University

Kristen Daly


SUNY New Paltz

Michael D'Angelo


Princeton University

Vincenzo Diliberti


Misericordia University

Ryan Doerschug


Molloy College

Jake Feigenbaum


SUNY Cortland

Scott Flores


Dowling College

Jake Forman

Track and Field

SUNY Geneseo

Nicholas Fox


SUNY Oneonta

Gabriella Gambino


Plattsburgh College

Jason Gerber


Juniata College

Connor Gill Soccer Rochester Institute of Technology

Nicholas Giordano


Loyola University

Noah Gittleman


SUNY Fredonia

Matthew Glubiak

Baseball and Basketball

Muhlenberg College

Joshua Hadity

Cross County, Track and Field

Sacred Heart University

Brian Huang


John Hopkins University

Jonathan Iadevaia


Adelphi University

Mary Kanzler


Caldwell University

Richard Kim

Track and Field

Binghamton University

Kyle LaMantia


Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Brianna Law

Track and Field

Nova Southeastern University

Lisa LePera

Track and Field

Suffolk Community College

Jillian McFadzen


Saint Joseph's College

Sean McNierney


Bridgewater College

Nicole Michaels

Softball and Fencing

Queens College

Nicholas Monte

Track and Field

University of New Haven

Erin O'Neill


UNC Chapel Hill

Erica Pacello


Wingate University

Alyssa Persich


SUNY Geneseo

Ryan Quinn


Bloomsberg University

Christina Rayfield


Rutgers Newark University

Justin Scalise


Adelphi University

Chelsea Schultz


Pace Universtiy

Michael Smith


Adelphi University

Chantel Yang


Stanford University

Congratulations to Junior Captain Amy Hauser, who was selected for the Nassau/Suffolk girls lacrosse all star game.
The Commack Varsity Boys tennis team won their first playoff match against Ross by a score of 6-1.  Commack has the 3rd seed in the playoffs and will have another home playoff match on Tuesday 5/19 against the 6th seed Bay Shore.  Come on out to the tennis courts to root Commack on as they hope to advance to the semifinals of the Suffolk County Tennis tournament!
Tuesday May 26th - 3:30-5:30pm, the Commack Varsity tennis team will be holding their annual autism awareness Play with the Teachers doubles tournament.  Each player has asked a teacher from the district to form a doubles team as we will have a friendly doubles tournament.  We will have many baskets of donations from the Commack community in a very exciting raffle.  The money raised will be donated to the Nassau Suffolk School for Autism here in Commack.  There is no better way to connect the school, tennis program, and Commack community for such a great cause!  
The Boys JV Lacrosse team had a fantastic season this spring earning a record of 10-4 in League 1.

The team improved each game as the year progressed and had some impressive wins over quality programs. The camaraderie and dedication that each individual player showed to the team and program was quite impressive. The depth of the team was its strongest point as we faced multiple injuries (7) and some unfortunate family losses this season and the team never waivered and still won multiple games, on the road, against quality programs with some starters out.

Offensively speaking, the team displayed extreme unselfishness having 24 out of the 30 on the roster record a goal. The teams leading scorer was Zach James with 38 goals. The team's leading assist men were Ryan Sheridan and Bryce Raio with 14 assists each. Ryan Sheridan dominated most of the year from the face-off X and used his size speed and skill to neutralize any opposing FOGO. Nick Guaglione, Btyce Raio, Liam Walshe, Chris Crispino, Nick Nasis, and Nick Meyer were all offensive weapons. Their ability to move the ball and shoot quickly kept opposing defenses on their toes, game in and game out, never allowing other teams to focus on 1 guy.

On the defensive end, the team was extremely sharp this year as well. Zach Wineburg and Max Goldsholle anchored the defense by playing well throughout the entire season in net. Adam Ostrowski, Brian Morley, Andy Baroni, Dimitri Fetkowitz, and Andrew Mauro all gave excellent minutes, all season long, playing close defense and locking down most of the other teams and their attempts to play offense. Zach Gross, Nick Messina and Ryan Kurz gave the team an extra dimension this season playing LSM and keeping opposing middies at bay.

The team had excellent leadership from their captains all season long. Nick Guaglione, Zach James, Ryan Sheridan and Zach Wineburg all provided quality leadership and always had a "lead by example" attitude. These boys were exemplary student-athletes who forged a bond between all the players from different grade levels.

Coach Moran feels, "The season as a whole was a great success. The athletes broke down each huddle this year with a chant of, 'Family' and that is what the team became over the past three months. Kudos to all the boys for their efforts and for all the families that supported the team all season long."

Congratulations to the Commack Girls Varsity Lacrosse team on making the PLAYOFFS for the first time in 5years.  We have a GREAT group of girls with a lot of talent.  Please come to the CHS turf on Saturday, May 16th at 10am to cheer us on against Sachem East. CHS Girls Varsity SoftballThe Girls Varsity Softball Team are the
League 1 Champions!
First playoff game is Monday, May 18th @ CHS @4pm.
Coach Cooley said, "This is a fantastic group of extremely talented young ladies, grades 9-12. Good luck on your road to the counties!"
Boys Badminton Update:
Kevin Schriver placed 4th in the Suffolk County Boys Badminton Individuals ‘Singles” Championship and
Matt Sadiker and Austin Aronica placed 3rd in the Suffolk County Boys Badminton Individuals ‘Doubles’ Championship

Boys Badminton
Both the Boys and Girls Badminton teams as they are both headed to team playoffs for the first time in over 10 years.  The boys team will be playing Smithtown West and the girls team will be playing Half Hollow Hills @ Suffolk County Community College in Selden on Wednesday.
Congratulations to everyone on the Girls Varsity Golf Team! For the third consecutive year, they have recorded 
10 wins and 4 losses (all losses were to Smithtown East & West) and qualified to compete as a team in the Suffolk County Girls Golf Championships on May 26th & 28th with a rain date of May 29th at the Middle Island Country Club.
They remain undefeated against everyone else in League 1 over the past three years. 
Finally, they also achieved something no other Commack Girls Golf Team has ever accomplished, they were ranked 5th on Long Island last week. 
Congratulations and good luck in the Suffolk County Girls Golf Championships!!!
Congratulations to junior captain, Brianna Cook for making the Long Island Metro Team for the National Tournament and for being selected for the Nassau/Suffolk All American game for Girls Lacrosse.  Both Jackie DelliSanti (9th team) and Chelsea Schultz (10th team), Varsity Basketball players, were selected All State by the NYS Sportswriters Association!
The Varsity Boys Tennis Team is having a fantastic season with a current record of 10-3.  They just defeated Ward Melville, who was undefeated, which should give Commack the number 3 seed in the Suffolk County Playoffs.  They are led by captains Nick Fox, Andy Zhou, and Brandon Kramer.  The team has also had great contributions from Connor Burke, Jason Gerber, Connor Wright, and Gabe Green in doubles.  In singles, they have had great play from Peter Yu, Sol Yoon, and Steven Slepian.
 Come out to support the team in their first playoff home game on Thursday May 14th! Lets go Commack!
Our Girls Varsity Golf Team is currently ranked 5th on Long Island!!! This is the first time in our team's history that we are ranked as a team in Newsday's Top Long Island Spring Sports Teams!
Currently, the Girls Varsity Golf team is undefeated with a
9-0 record and tied for first place in League One with the number one ranked team on Long Island, Smithtown East. In 9 matches the Girls Varsity Golf team has only given up 3.5 points. They have shut out opponents 5 times. The team is led by senior, Claire Drotman and freshmen, Stephie Miller and Ava Zimmerman. Other members of the team include: Seniors: Jianna Cressy, Samantha Palladino, Alexa Girimonte, Juniors: Victoria Ferlauto, Rachel Lenberger, Jillian Kowalsky, Leah Kowalsky, Sophomores: Emily Shin and Isabella Kolodziejczyk, Freshmen: Elana Kudysch, Emma Mangels, Erin O'Toole.
Congratulations to our student athletes for their signing acceptances to college!
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Samantha Abbott: Sacred Heart University
Erin O'Neill: Uiversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chantel Yang: Stanford University
Nicole Michaels: Queens College (Softball and Fencing)
Girls Varsity Lacrosse hosted the 10th Annual Shana Kay Memorial girls lacrosse game Monday, April 27th.
They are 6-1 for the first half of the season. Looking to keep the success going for the second half. We truly have an all around team, where any given day anyone can "lead" the way.
Boys Tennis teaches community members
A very successful tennis clinic for the Commack community was held on April 18th. The Varsity and JV boys tennis teams instructed 30 tennis players of all ability levels.  It was fun for all, and a great way for our tennis program to give back to the community.  Everyone left with a trophy as well! 
Boys Lacrosse at Stony Brook Children's HospitalBoys Lacrosse Team @Stony Brook Children's Hospital

The Varsity Boys Lacrosse team collected and distributed toys at Stony Brook Children's Hospital. 
Nicole McMahonCommack HS Girls Basketball JV Coach Nicole McMahon (an '06 graduate of CHS) was honored with the Suffolk Board of Women's Basketball Officials Sportsmanship Award for all JV teams in Section XI (Suffolk County). The award is given annually to the coach who best exemplifies the ideal of competitiveness combined with mutual respect between opponents. Nicole was honored at both the Suffolk Women's Basketball Coaches Association Awards Dinner on March 19 and the SBWBO annual dinner on March 24. "This high honor reflects Nicole's dedication to the character formation of the young ladies under her tutelage, and we are proud to have her on our staff," said Head Basketball Coach Denis Conroy.
Congratulations to Mike D'Angelo, who won the 2015 Senior National High school wrestling championships in Virginia beach this weekend. He is now a national champ (1st ever in Commack) and a High School All American! Congratulations to Girls Fencing Coach Rob Raeihle and Girls Basketball Coach Denis Conroy,  each named Newsday's Girls Coach(es) of the Year, and to Chantel Yang, named Newsday's Girls Fencer of the Year!
Glenn Lavey and Denis Conroy were named MSG Metro Coaches of the Year and Jackie DelliSanti was Honorable Mention All Metro team
Be sure to check out the Bob Williams sports photo pages!
 Girls Varsity Basketball (Pat-Med)    Boys Varsity Basketball, Dance & Cheerleaders (v.W.Melville)     Boys Varsity Basketball, Dance & Cheerleaders (v.Wm Floyd)    Boys Varsity Fencing    Boys Varsity Bowling    Girls Varsity Bowling  Girls Varsity Basketball
(v.W.Melville)     Boys Varsity Swimming   Varsity Wrestling    JV Wrestling    Girls Varsity Basketball Girls Varsity Fencing     Boys Varsity Basketball     Girls Varsity Winter Track    Boys Varsity Winter Track
Congratulations to Girls Fencing Coach Rob Raeihle and Girls Basketball Coach Denis Conroy,  each named Newsday's Girls Coach(es) of the Year, and to Chantel Yang, named Newsday's Girls Fencer of the Year!
The Commack Varsity Boys Soccer Team was honored on March 16 by MAXPREPS and the Army National Guard. Our NYS Champions are one of only ten (of over 10,000 high school boys soccer teams nationwide) to be honored on the MAXPREPS TOUR of CHAMPIONS!

Maxpreps National Guard Honor Commack Varsity Boys Soccer Team Maxpreps National Guard Honor Commack Varsity Boys Soccer Team Maxpreps National Guard Honor Commack Varsity Boys Soccer Team

Maxpreps National Guard Honor Commack Varsity Boys Soccer Team
Congratulations to the Commack Varsity Girls Basketball Team
Commack LONG ISLAND Champions Girls Varsity BB

From Coach Conroy: " I'm beyond thankful for the opportunity to coach these wonderful young ladies. Thanks to Glenn Lavey, Nicole McMahon, Pat Friel and Tracie Morenburg for a great trip, to Dr James for a wise decision to keep us safe on the roads, to our positive and supportive parents, our administrators, students, friends and fans, to Matt Keltos for believing in these kids from the beginning and to the absolute greatest group of girls to ever wear a Commack uniform: Chelsea Schultz, Casey Keenan, Danielle Tonso, Christina Rayfield, Haley Nayer, Jackie DelliSanti, Sam Miller, Leanne Corso, Kelley Beirne, Gianna Bouchard, Katie Hahn, Jill Spagnuola, Gabby Becerra, Casey Hearns, Lauren Maline, Kim Shalhoub, Sabrina Sussman, and Ally Cocchiarelli. Thanks for the gift of your willing hearts, your grit, determination, teamwork and love for each other. Great season!!!!"

Bob's Photos from the LI Championship Game
Congratulations to the Commack Varsity Girls Basketball Team - Suffolk County Champions!
Class AA Commack  54  Huntington 37
Bob's Photos from the Championship
Girls Varsity BB Suffolk County Champs
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the administrators, faculty, staff, students and friends of the Commack Girls Basketball team for their incredible support last night - it was great encouragement for an outstanding performance by the girls in defeating previously undefeated and number one seed Huntington 54-37 to capture Commack's first ever County title for girls basketball.

Sincere thanks to all - especially an extraordinary group of girls I'm privileged to coach.
Denis Conroy, Head Coach, Commack HS Cougars Girls Basketball
Photos from the Commack v. Harborfields game

Photos from the Commack v. Copiague game     Photos from the Commack v. Sachem game     
Our CMS Cougarette Kickline and Danceline won Champion of Champions at the Scholastic Competition. Danceline placed 2nd and Kickline was undefeated for the season! The Varsity Cougarettes will be competing in a National Championship on March 7 & 8 in Orlando, Florida. We wish them the best of luck!

NYS Wrestling Championship 2nd placeCongratulations to Mike D'Angelo, who took 2nd place in NYS Wrestling Championships, and finished his high school career with the following accolades:


5x Suffolk County Place-winner / All - County (3rd, 2nd, 2nd, 2nd, 1st)
3x league champ
5 x All League
3 x All State (5th, 3rd, 2nd)
Suffolk County Champion
New York State Runner up
2 x High School All American
Committed to Princeton University
Career record 197-14

Gymnastics NYS ChampionshipThe Section XI Girls Gymnastics Team won the New York State Championship in Buffalo this past weekend! Out of the 11 members on the team, five were from Commack! These students included:

  • Amanda McNelis: 10th Grade- Also won 2nd place individually on the uneven bars with a 9.425
  • Lauren Gomes: 11th Grade- Also won 3rd place individually on the uneven bars with a 9.35
  • Krista Hagen: 9th Grade- Also won 6th place individually on the balance beam with a 9.35
  • Jacklyn Dolitsky: 8th Grade
  • Gillian Dolitsky: 8th Grade

Congratulations to these outstanding, hardworking athletes on a job well done!

Pacello Congratulations to Erica Pacello, four year varsity lacrosse and soccer starter, All League, All Conference, Suffolk Zone Award Winner, who signed a Letter of Intent with Wingate University, N.C. Photos from the Varsity Cougarette Competition/Cougarette for a Day
Congrats to the Varsity Girls Basketball Team who won the first game in the playoffs 51-48 over Hauppauge.
Photos from the game - thanks Bob!
The Boys Varsity Basketball Team made it to the playoffs! Congrats on a great season!
Photos from the game - thanks Bob!
County Fencing Championship
Commack Girls Fencing first ever County Championship!

Beat 7 teams in 7 rounds of competition!

County Fencing Championship County Fencing Championship

Epee: Chantel Yang - 1st place
Erin O'Neill - 3rd place
Samantha Abbott - 4th place
Chantel Yang won Epee County Champion Title for the 3rd year in a row!

Sabre: Gabriella Musto  - 3rd place
Maeve Smart was a finalist for the Jimmy Nelson Award

Sabre: Brian Huang - 1st place. 3 time County Champion
Ryan Nigro - 4th place
Ryan Baldi - 6th Place

Joseph Nestola - 2nd place
Nick Abbott - 3rd place

Brian Huang - Fencers Fencer award
Michael Welch - Jimmy Nelson finalist
Commack V Girls BB LEAGUE 1 CHAMPS!!!!Commack Girls Varsity BB League 1 ChampsCongratulations to the 2014-15 Commack HS Cougars Girls basketball team for clinching the League 1 Title with a 48-36 win over Ward Melville. First title in 7 years and well-deserved!

We're 12-1 in League 1 with one game to go, 16-1 overall, and should be a top 2 or 3 seed for the Class AA Section playoffs.
Congratulations to Chantel - News12 Scholar Athlete
Another Great Day for our Fencers!
January 24 Huntington Relay Results:
Girls Eppe Gold, Girls Sabre Bronze,  Girls Novice Foil Gold
Boys Sabre Gold, Boys Epee Gold, First Place Boys Sabre, First Place Boys Epee, First Place Boys Novice Epee
Letter of Intent, PrincetonCongratulations to Varsity Wrestler Mike D'Angelo, who signed a letter of intent for Princeton. Boys basketball 8th grade is 7 and 0 with some exciting finishes to remain undefeated. The season will end on January 14 away at Bellport!   Boys 7th grade basketball is 6 and 1 and the boys are very competitive and having fun !! They will host Bellport on January 14 at 4:00.
The Varsity Cheerleading team received 2nd place at the New Year Cheer Classic competition. The team also received a trophy for best pyramid! Kara DiBenedetto, Olivia Accardi, Olivia Santonastasio, and Halle Rosen received 2nd place during the Power 4 competition! GO COMMACK!
The Commack Middle School Kickline and Danceline took
First Place at the Scholastic Competition on January 11th.
Mike Dangelo took 2nd place at the Eastern States invitational!

Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Bowling team in their successful participation this year in the Singles & Doubles Tournament.  An exciting event that ended with the whole bowling alley watching Terri Rojas start with the first ten strikes to finish with a 289; the highest game shot for the day.    For the first time ever, Commack had a first place finish in the top two divisions!! Against all the bowling teams in Suffolk County the following girls finished in the top 5 for their division:

1st Place - A Division - Sarah Busse
1st Place - B Division - Terri Rojas
5th Place - D Division - Liana Abbate

4th Place - C Division - Lauren Olshever & Julie Costa
5th Place - C Division - Liana Abbate & Gianna Venuti 

Congratulations to the boys bowling team for their success at the Singles-Doubles Tournament at Sayville Lanes!!!  All boys' bowling teams in Suffolk County had their athletes compete either as singles or paired up as doubles.  Dan Petriello finished 6th and Michael Regan finished 7th overall for singles.  Alex Gold and Michael Pascuzzi came in 3rd for doubles.
The Commack Girls beat Walt Whitman in both matches on the January 8th "doubles header." 18-9 and 18-9.
The team is now  8-0!
Girls Varsity Fencing Team defeats Ward Melville

 Commack 14 - Ward Melville 13
"The most successful team (195 consecutive wins) in High School fencing has fallen to Commack.  Could not be more proud of our girls.  They were phenomenal.  Your words, those who came to watch, all of you propelled us to victory.  THANK YOU." Coach Raeihle - January 6, 2015
Watch the video
16-11 Commack beats Centereach

Tuesday 1/6 @home vs. Ward Melville
Commack 5-0 vs Ward Melville 5-0
GO #MACKguardé
Commack took 2nd at the Shoreline Invitational in wrestling out of 23 teams. Mike Dangelo was the outstanding wrestler of the tournament and is 24-0 so far this season. Steve Milo took 2nd, Don Cassidy, Matt Patrizio, and Nick Munsch took 3rd, and Matt Milo and Nick Abatamarco took 5th.
Ward Melville Underclass Fencing Tournament Results


9th Grade Epee:
Chris Collado 4th place
Andrew Lin 1st place

10th Grade Epee:
Kyle Dituro 3rd place

9th Grade Foil:
Casey Rothenburg 9th place
Evan Schustsr 4th place

10th Grade Foil:
Paul Bucki 5th place

9th Grade Sabre:
Kevin Ra 9th place
Nick Nasis 5th place

10th Grade Sabre:
Eric Nauth 5th place
Johann Yang 2nd place

9th Grade Epee:
7th place - Lily Manetta
5th place - Julianna Sikorski

10th Grade Epee:
3rd place - Helen Koukoulos
2nd place - Lizzie Colonna
1st place - Jung Soo Ahn

9th Grade Foil:
8th place - Jasmine Bajaj
5th place - Amanda Look
3rd place - Tatum Calvagna
2nd place - Rachel Cole
1st place - Esther Jung

10th Grade Foil:
2nd place - Stephanie Nietlich
1st place - Lauren Nicou

9th Grade Sabre:
9th place - Stephanie Lewis
7th place - Elana Kudysch
4th place - Natalie Solomon
3rd place - Leah Eisele
1st place - Stephanie Miller

10th Grade Sabre:
3rd place - Alexandra Galina
Commack Varsity Wrestling Team placed second out of 10 teams in the Sprig Gardner Wrestling Tournament.
Outstanding performances were turned in by: Mike Dangelo, Donny Cassidy and Nick Munsch- 1st Place Steve Milo- 2nd Place Matt Milo, Matt Patrizio- 3rd Place
Boys Fencing Results:
Commack 15, HHH 12
Commack 18, Brentwood 9
Commack 17. Huntington 10
Commack 21. Newfield 6

Girls Fencing CommackGirls Fencing Commack
Congratulations to the Girls Fencing Team: FOUR wins in a row!  Commack 15 - Hills 12 ("a heart stopping victory!"), Commack 16 - Brentwood 11.
At the Brentwood Holiday Tournament on 12/13 Chantel Yang took the Championship, Erin O'Neill placed 3rd & Sam Abbott took 5th in Epee. Gabby Musto was 7th in Sabre. 
For all results, including the Junior Olympics, click here:
Field Hockey Awards DinnerCongratulations to our Suffolk County Field Hockey (SCFHCA) award winners!
Jill Parisi - All County
Erin Nolan - All Division
Lindsay Eller - All Tournament
Maddie Lecarie - All Conference
Lauren Parrinello - All County
Brooke Novello - All County Honorable Mention (Not Pictured)
Varsity Cheerleading The Varsity  Cheerleading team received 1st place at their first competition of the season - the Winter Cheer Classic!  They also received the title of Grand Champions for having the highest score of the day! Suffolk Zone winnersCongratulations to Nick Fox and Erica Pacello who represented Commack as our Suffolk Zone Physical Education Award winners.
Congratulations to our scholar athletes for signing their national letters of intent.
Commack Athletic Signings Commack Athletic Signings Commack Athletic Signings Commack Athletic Signings

Ryan Doerschug
 Molloy Baseball

Josh Hadity
Sacred Heart  Cross Country
Justin Scalise
Adelphi  Lacrosse
Chelsea Schultz
Pace  Basketball
Commack's LI Soccer Champions Commack Varsity Soccer AA Suffolk County Champs
Congratulation to the
 Boys Varsity Soccer Team - NYS AA CHAMPIONS!!
Championship Photo
Welcome Home Celebration Pics 
Welcome Home Celebration Video

Bob's Photos from the NYS CHAMPIONSHIP game
Bob's Photos from the NYS Semifinal game
Bob's Photos from the Long Island Championship game
Bob's Photos from the Suffolk AA Championship game
Be sure to check out the Bob Williams sports photo pages!
     Boys Varsity Soccer Playoffs v. N. Babylon    Boys Varsity Soccer Playoffs v. CI      Girls Varsity Soccer Playoffs v. Smithtown W.    Girls Varsity Soccer Playoffs v. HHHE
   Boys Varsity Soccer Playoffs v. Northport    CMS Football Photos     Girls Field Hockey    Girls Varsity Volleyball - Brentwood Game, too     Varsity Football v. Central Islip    Boys Varsity Volleyball   Swim Team     Varsity Football v. Brentwood     Varsity Gymnastics     Varsity Football    Girls Varsity Soccer    Girls Varsity Cross Country   Girls Varsity Tennis  Boys Golf  Boys Varsity Soccer Field Hockey
Homecoming Pictures   Video   Bob's Homecoming Pics
Varsity Gymnastics record was 5-1 for league 1 meets. We received second place as a team at the team county competition. We had 5 girls qualify for all four events individually for the individual county meet. At individual counties, all five girls qualified for the state competition in Buffalo in February. Lauren Gomes will be competing Vault, Bars, and Floor. Amanda McNelis will be representing section XI on both vault and bars. Both Krista Hagen and Gillian Dolitsky will compete on the balance beam. And Jacklyn Dolitsky will be helping the state team by competing on the floor exercise. Captains Jordyn Miller and Kristen Pepe received all-league awards this season and freshman Nicole Droesch earned the all-league honorable mention award for all her hard work even after an injury that almost cost her the entire season. Such a great group of athletes!

Joshua Hadity xc NYSAAHPERD award winnerCommack's Joshua Hadity  was also  awarded the NYSAAHPERD sportsmanship award at the New York  state championships.  This is one of the most prestigious awards in  New York state. This award is only given to one athlete from each county.

Commack's Josh Hadity placed 13th at the 2014 New York State Cross Country  Championships in Canton NY. Josh ran the 5k course in a time of  16:03. This finish makes Josh All State. Josh  will know run at the New York State  Federation meet in Bowdin Park on the 15th of November. Congratulation's to Josh and good luck at the Federations. 
Swim TeamKatelyn Hahn, Shanna Haddow, Chloe Stepanek and Katie Dennin along with Coach Mark Kretzer
of the Commack/Northport Girls Varsity Swim team will be heading to Ithaca, NY after qualifying for States in the 400 freestyle relay. First, they will be swimming at the Section XI County meet where they will be trying to qualify for State times in Individual events.
The boys varsity soccer team advanced to Suffolk County finals today with a 2-0 win over
North Babylon. They will next play on Thursday night at 6:30pm at the Dowling College athletic complex.

Boys Varsity Soccer Playoffs v. Northporrt pics

American Rivalry Top Scholar AthleteCongratulations to Kyle LaMantia for being honored as our Great American Rivalry Top Scholar Athlete for our Sachem/Commack game 2014.

Alumni Soccer GameThe Goal Club (the CHS Soccer booster club) hosted a soccer alumni game this past Sunday 10/26. The guys AND GIRLS had a great time and are looking forward to their next game. Another game is planned for May 30 or 31, 2015.
Varsity Football: Commack improved to 3-5 and will make the playoffs if they can secure a victory next week. Behind some excellent receiving from Mike Giaimo and Chase Galleto, Commack won homecoming 20-0. Ryan Salmons' 10 tackles and 2 forced fumbles anchored the stingy defense. CJ Trenkle was 6-12 with one TD and one rushing TD. Tennis with the Teachers Thanks to all of the teachers, counselors and staff who came out to play, watch or bought raffle tickets for the Tennis with the Teachers fundraiser. It was great seeing many of you out on the courts and having fun. It meant a lot to the girls that you took the time to be there and we all really appreciate it!
FIRST PLACE IN THE LEAGUE!!!!The Boys Varsity Soccer team ended the regular season with a 4-1 win over Patchogue Medford which helped them become League champions. The team finished the season with a 14-1-1 record. The Girls Varsity Girls Tennis Team ended its season in a tough 5-2 loss in the semifinals v. the undefeated Hills East team. Our girls gave it everything that they had and fought like crazy for every point and I was so proud of all of them. Not only are they solid tennis players but their sportsmanship is unparalleled!
Breast Cancer Walk and CougarettesEvery year the Varsity and JV Cougarettes  take part in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk at Jones Beach.  This year the team surpassed their goal by raising $6216, and that amount is still growing.  Each one of our Cougarettes wore heart shaped petals with the name or names of those people they were walking in honor of.   Joshua HadityCommack's Joshua Hadity won the Section XI  5k Run in the  Cross Country Divisional Championships on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at Sunken Meadow . Hadity placed first with a time of 16:32.15 out of 354 runners. This win crowns Commack's Joshua Hadity as  the Overall Champion in Suffolk County.  
The JV football team is 5-1 and have outscored opponents by a score of 146-48. The strong defense is lead by linebackers Mike Gallo and Mike Tringalli, along with defensive end Jack Pihlkar and defensive tackle Matt Flood. Photos from the Newsday Marching Band Festival
Commack JV Girls VolleyballGirls JV Volleyball wants to Spike Out Cancer - Dig Pink game. Commack Cheerleaders - Pink! Cougar Cheerleaders promote Breast Cancer awareness with the pink poms!
The JV Boys Soccer ended their season with a 5-0 win against Ward Melville and a 6-0 win against Pat-Med.  The JV Boys had an outstanding season finishing with a record of 12-2.  Great job Boys!! The Varsity Boys Soccer Team pushed their record to 12-0 on the season after a hard fought
3-0 win over Sachem North. Justin Cebollero added another goal and assist while Ryan Nigro anchored the defense to help goalie Ryan Sinnott record his 7th shutout. The teams next game is on Tuesday vs. William Floyd at Burr at 4 PM.

Photos from the Longwood Game
Girls JV TennisGirls JV Tennis finished their season 5-5, third in the league!
More about the Boys Varsity Soccer Team
Girls Tennis raised funds in the Play for Pink doubles tournament to benefit breast cancer research.
Commack Girls Tennis Tournament
Girls JV Tennis won a home match against Smithtown East 6-1 on Sept. 18, and took a loss v. East Hill on the 19th.
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Basketball team! They took first place in the Northport Summer League.

Commack’s Jessica Spitz performed at Special Olympics USA Games. The games were held June 14-21 in New Jersey. There were athletes from every state and the level of competition was amazing.   
7th place in Running
7th in long jump
5th in javelin throw
2nd in shot put
Jessica was one of only 10 athletes from Long Island that had the opportunity to compete.

Cougar Camp Week 4 Commack Cougar Camp 2014 Cougar Camp Soccer
Soccer Day at Cougar Camp Week

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 912-2214
Athletic Coordinator, Commack Middle School Eileen Cullen 858-3515
Lead Teacher, Commack Middle School Theresa Bassett 858-3512


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 - NEW! NCAA Clearing House
Health Links Health News - Look Younger, Live Longer
2013-14 Athletic Page Hazing Statistics & Occurrences
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