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March 28, 2015
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Athletics News Headlines....

The Playoff Season is in full swing!!

Posted on February 17, 2015
  • Indoor Track and Field - Carly Benson won the Section 3 Championship in the 1500 meter on 2/4.  Numerous athletes have qualified to participate in the NYS Qualifier meet on Wednesday, 2/25 at SRC Arena. The NYS competition will be held on Saturday, 3/7 at Cornell.
  • Wrestling - The team participated in the Section 3 Championship this weekend with Dalton Elias winning the 182 lb. Championship and will now move on to the NYS Championships on Feb. 27-28 in Albany.
  • Boys Swimming - The team competed in the NYS Qualifiers over the weekend at SUNY Cortland. Although the swimmers did well, no one qualified to move on to the NYS Championships.
  • Boys and Girls Bowling - Morgan Rether qualified to participate in the individual Section 3 Tournament and had a nice showing this past Friday but came up a bit short.
  • Girls Basketball - The team qualified for Sectional play and will be hosting Nottingham in the Preliminary round on Wednesday, 2/18 at 7:00 in the HS Upper Gym. If successfull, the team would move on to the second round at Rome HS on Friday.
  • Boys Basketball - The boys team received the 6th seed in the AA's and will play at Bishop Ludden on Tuesday, 2/24.
  • Boys Ice Hockey - The team will compete in the 1st round of Sectional play by hosting Liverpool on Saturday, 2/21 at 7:30 at Shove Park.
  • Cheerleading - The team came in 2nd place at the Section 3 Tournament on 2/7. The team will now compete at the NYS East Regional Championship on Saturday, 2/21 in Albany.

Good Luck to all of our teams and athletes! Go Wildcats!!

Congratulations to West Genesee Student Athletes for Signing Letters of Intent

Posted on February 4, 2015
 

Letter of Intent Signing DayThe following are the students that celebrated for either signing in the fall or are currently signing:

  • Jessica Dussing - Lacrosse - Lemoyne College
  • Michael Fletcher - Lacrosse - Quinnipiac University
  • Jacob McCarthy - Lacrosse - Mount St. Mary’s University
  • Nick Mellen - Lacrosse - Syracuse University
  • Grace Osterdale - Lacrosse - Drexel University
  • David Procopio - Lacrosse - Providence College
  • Courtney Shoults - Lacrosse - La Salle University
  • Lindsay Weaver - Cross Country - St. Bonaventure University
  • Katherine Widrick - Lacrosse - Liberty University
  • Brianna Wieszczynski - Soccer - St. Bonaventure University

Pictured above in the front row are Nick Mellen, Grace Osterdale, David Procopio, Courtney Shoults; In the back row are Jessica Dussing, Jacob McCarthy, Michael Fletcher, Lindsay Weaver, Brianna Wieszcynski, and Katherine Widrick

Click here for the Athletics Handbook.  

 

 

Athletics

Extracurricular programs are an integral part of the total educational process at West Genesee. Program participation enriches the educational experience, promots connectedness and a sense of belonging, and contributes to the development of a well-rounded student.

Determination, perseverance, achievement, respectfulness and teamwork are some of the valuable lessons that can be attained through extracurricular participation. Through these opportunities, we seek to offer a wholesome form of physical, musical, artistic, social, and academic activities. These programs play an important role in helping the individual student develop a positive self-image.

Participation in extracurricular activities is a privilege, one that requires commitment, fair play and accountability. These programs provide a vital link between the school and community by fostering school spirit and pride. Students, staff and parents representing West Genesee are year-round role models.

The culture of West Genesee is also reflected in what occurs before and after the normal academic day. We strive to balance individual talent with group achievement, where student and program development define success. While the reputation of our school and community is enhanced whenever its representatives excel, by far the greatest rewards and satisfactions are derived through participation in our extracurricular opportunities.

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