Our winter student-athletes are preparing to compete in upcoming sectionals match-ups.
Both the boys and girls basketball teams will play in a double-header at home for their first round of sectionals. The girls were named #1 seed, and will play at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 18th. The boys team is #4 seed, and will play directly following the girls, at 7:30 p.m. on the 18th. There will be no charge to watch these games.
Tickets for future sectionals basketball games can be purchased through the HomeTown Ticketing website.
Swimming & Diving
The Swimming and Diving team placed third in their sectional meet on Wednesday, February 15th.
Nolan Carner highlighted the day by taking home first place finishes in both the 50 and 100 yard freestyle events. Ayden Moffit, Brayden Mitchell, and Robert Quigley each saw the podium twice for their individuals while Makenzie Crytzer-Shurant finished top 8 in the 200 yard IM. The medley relay team of Jasmine Nyguen, Shurant, Avery Tomandl, and Amber Cole finished 6th. Quigley, Moffit, Mitchell, and Carner joined forces to take home the first place finish in the 200 yard freestyle relay, and second in the 400 yard freestyle relay.
The Warriors are looking forward to more fast swims at their State Qualifier meet on Friday, February 17th at Nottingham High School. Great season guys and girls!
The varsity girls volleyball team earned an 11 seed heading into sectionals play. They played 6-seed Dolgeville on Wednesday, February 8th. The team lost in a close, hard-fought match. The Warriors had outstanding passing from all of the primary passers: Deanna Jackson, Makayla Foltz, Emma Stephens, and Jamie Cady. On offense, the team was led by Makayla Foltz with 10 kills, and Grace Baretto with 6 kills.
“I’m proud of the entire team for finishing the season playing our best volleyball,” said Coach Nicklaw. “A very special congratulations goes out to Makayla Foltz, who set a new Weedsport school record for career digs with 316.”
The boys bowling team sectionals run has come to an end, following a meet on Sunday, February 5th. The team placed 4th among all Class C/D schools.
Congratulations to all of our student-athletes, and go Warriors!