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Minisink Valley Athletics

Minisink Valley has a long and proud tradition of athletic participation and excellence thanks to our engaged students, strong community support, committed and dedicated teachers, coaches, support personnel, administrators, and our Board of Education. Our teams have captured numerous Orange County League and Section IX titles. We have also achieved several state championships and frequent state rankings. Not least of all, we are very proud of having received numerous team-sportsmanship and scholar-athlete team awards. We encourage all students to take part in our athletic programs to enrich their experience at Minisink Valley! Go Warriors!

NOTE: Information for elite Middle School students participating with High School teams, and for Athletic Placement Process (APP) information click here. Additional APP forms can be found by following the link below.

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR

Timothy Bult
355-5172
tbult@minisink.com

Select this link for complete registration information and physical exam requirements.  

WARRIORS FOOTBALL TEAM GIVES BACK TO LOCAL VETERANS

Posted April 18 at 12:10pm

In honor of local Veterans, members of Minisink Valley’s varsity football team lent a helping hand at the annual dinner of the George C. Smith Post 1607/Orange County American Legion on April 17, in Westtown. They were joined by Veterans from nearby posts in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the American Legion.

 

Players and coaches assisted in setting up the hall and serving the meal and beverages to the Veterans.

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GIRLS VARSITY GOLF TEAM PULLS OFF IMPRESSIVE WIN AND SCHOOL RECORD

Posted April 15 at 9:22am

The girls varsity golf team pulled off the biggest feat of the season at the Burke Invitational on April 10, pushing their record to an impressive 9-1. On a cold and windy day at the Hickory Hill golf course in Warwick, they defeated Valley Central, Monroe-Woodbury, Burke, Warwick, and Newburgh, shooting a school record 136 combined score.

Andrea Andalis tied for the overall championship shooting a blistering 42, followed by Sydney Buck, Caroline Bell, and Samantha Haak. Congratulations!     

FIVE MINISINK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL WINTER SPORTS TEAMS EARN TEAM-SCHOLAR AWARDS!

Posted April 11 at 4:03pm

Five Minisink Valley High School winter sports teams have been name Team-Scholar Award recipients by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA).

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THE UNCOMMON ATHLETE PROGRAM: ATHLETICS AS A PLATFORM FOR CHANGE AND LEADERSHIP

Posted April 11 at 9:47am

“No one will remember the points you scored or the records you set, but people will remember how you made them feel,” Cody Hodges told the student-athletes gathered for the “Uncommon Athlete” assembly in the school auditorium on April 10. A former Texas Tech and Texas Titans quarterback, Hodges spoke from personal experience.

 

The Uncommon Athlete is a program of the Carl Ripken, Sr. Foundation, and Rachel’s Challenge, a nonprofit organization that works to awaken individual transformation and promote safer, more connected schools.

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MVHS CHEERLEADERS PRESENT FREE "CHEER SOCIAL" FOR GIRLS K-8, ON APRIL 11

Posted April 4 at 11:15am

Minisink Valley High School Cheerleaders invite girls in grades K-8 to a FREE "Cheer Social" on Thursday, April 11, from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m., in the HS cafeteria.

Enjoy ice-cream, games, baked-goods, and learn about the cheerleading program.

Register now online. Pre-registration is required and ends April 10, or at 70 registrants, whichever comes first. 

We hope to see you there! 

FOURTEEN MV WRESTLERS COMPETE AT NHSCA NATIONALS, FOUR QUALIFY AS ALL-AMERICAN

Posted April 3 at 11:57am

CONGRATULATIONS to all Minisink Valley’s fourteen wrestlers who competed at the 30th Annual High School Nationals of the National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA), held at the Virginia Beach Convention Center, Virginia Beach, VA, March 29-31.

 

Considered the crown jewel of high school wrestling, the 2019 NHSCA Nationals showcased a record 4,763 wrestlers from 49 states. Four Warrior athletes qualified as Academic All-American in four of six divisions.

 

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SPRING MODIFIED SPORTS TRYOUTS BEGIN, REGISTRATION EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, MARCH 22

Posted March 11 at 10:05am

Spring season tryouts for modified sports (grades 7-8) start today, Monday, March 11. Interested students can still register through March 22.

REGISTRATION PROCESS: Log into FamilyID to complete registration forms. If you have previously completed the “Intent to Participate” online form, simply log in to complete the process. For additional registration information, including physical exam, start and tryout dates, go to the 2019 Spring Registration section of the Athletics page.

GIRLS VARSITY SWIM TEAM PRESENTS: KIDS NIGHT-OUT POOL PARTY, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, AGES 6-13

Posted March 11 at 10:00am

WHAT: Swimming • Music • Games • and Pizza!
WHEN: Friday, March 15
TWO SESSIONS: 5:15 - 7:15 p.m. & 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE: Children ages 6-13
WHY: To have fun and help raise funds for the Girls’ Varsity Swim Team
REGISTRATION Links: Session I / Session II 
PARTICIPATION: $20 per student • Space limited to 60 registrants per session
QUESTIONS: Megan Donnelly, Head Coach • mdonnelly@minisink.com • 845-355-5879
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SENIOR ZACHARY MICHELITCH WINS 2019 NYSPHSAA STATE HIGH JUMP TITLE!

Posted March 5 at 11:45am

Congratulations to senior Zachary Michelitch, the 2019 NYSPHSAA STATE HIGH JUMP CHAMPION!

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ZACHARY MICHELITCH BREAKS 30-YEAR MINISINK VALLEY HIGH JUMP RECORD! NEW RECORD IS 6 FEET, 8 INCHES!

Posted February 28 at 10:50am

A 30-year school high jump record is shattered! Congratulations to senior Zachary Michelitch for breaking Minisink Valley's longstanding high jump record at the Feb. 16 Section IX Championship meet!

 

Zach’s jump of 6 feet, 8 inches broke the record set in 1989 of 6 feet, 6 inches.

 

Zach plans to continue his track and field career at Orange Community College this fall and beyond, when he transfers to a four year school with a strong science AND track and field program.

 

Zach’s career interest is in the astronomy field and he is hopeful to someday work for NASA.

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