Last night at the Board of Education meeting, District Superintendent Suzanne Guntlow and the Board of Education recognized the Ichabod Crane High School Athletics Department, its teams, and individual athletes for their outstanding accomplishments during the 2022 Winter season.
Of special note:
- Our Girls Varsity Basketball team advanced all the way to the Semi-Final Round of Sectionals
- Our Boys Varsity Volleyball team became the Section 2 Champions, advancing to the Regional round of the NYS Tournament
- Senior Baden Seabury qualified and competed in the NYS Indoor Track Championships in Staten Island, placing in the Top 6 in New York State and breaking school records in both the 55 meter and 300 meter dash
- Siblings Tanner (7th grade) and Mason (4th Grade) LaTorre both qualified to compete in the Drive, Chip and Putt contest at Augusta National Golf Club during Masters Week. Tanner and Mason were among the 60 finalists qualifying out of over 60,000 golfers nationwide- and the only brothers
- Our Boys Varsity Basketball Team are the current New York State “Class B” State Champions! Senior Brett Richards was selected Tournament MVP and Junior Alex Schmidt and Sophomore Jack Mullins were both selected to the State Tournament team
- Congratulations to our Athletics Director, Tim Stewart, for a spectacular season, and to Coach Will Ferguson who was chosen for the WNYT Coach of the Year Award in the Capital Region
Finally, the Superintendent notes that our athletes are equally impressive in the classrooms as they are in the sporting arena.
Congratulations to the following winter sports teams on being named New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) Scholar–Athlete teams for the 2021-22 school year. In order for a team to qualify, they must have an average of 90 or above:
- Boys Indoor Track
- Boys Basketball
- Girls Indoor Track
- Girls Basketball
- Boys Volleyball
The dedication, perseverance and teamwork involved to reach this level of achievement is remarkable. The entire district and our community are so very proud of you.