Athletics

Sports Teams

Fall

  • Boys Soccer (Varsity and Modified)
  • Girls Soccer (Varsity and Modified)
  • Boys Cross Country (Varsity and Modified)
  • Girls Cross Country (Varsity and Modified)

Winter

  • Boys Basketball (Varsity, Junior Varsity, Modified)
  • Girls Basketball (Varsity, Junior Varsity, Modified)

Spring

  • Boys Track and Field (Varsity and Modified)
  • Girls Track and Field (Varsity and Modified)
  • Boys Baseball (Varsity and Modified)
  • Girls Softball (Varsity and Modified)

Booster Club

The Schenevus Booster Club supports local students and programs with a variety of events and fundraisers. Join the Booster Club’s Facebook group to stay up to date with Booster Club events, or email SchenevusBoosterClub@yahoo.com

Concussion Information

The Schenevus Central School District recognizes that concussions and head injuries are the most commonly reported injuries in children and adolescents who participate in sports and recreational activities. The physical and mental well-being of our students is a primary concern. Therefore, the Schenevus Central School District adopts the following Policy to support the proper evaluation and management of concussion injuries. A concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI).

A concussion occurs when normal brain functioning is disrupted by a blow or jolt to the head or body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. Recovery from concussion and its symptoms will vary. Avoiding re-injury and over-exertion until fully recovered are the cornerstones of proper concussion management. Concussions can impact a student’s academics as well as their athletic pursuits.

Each school coach, physical education teacher, school nurse and certified athletic trainer who works with and/or provides instruction to students in school-sponsored athletic activities shall complete a course of instruction every two (2) years relating to recognizing the symptoms of concussions or MTBIs and monitoring and seeking proper medical treatment for students who suffer from a concussion or MTBI, and the district may establish a Concussion Management Team (CMT).

Concussion Resources

Hallway of Honor

The Hallway of Honor was started in 1998 with an autographed picture of Steve Garvey. Rich Westcott, a Schenevus graduate, parent, coach, and former Board of Education member started the project in 1988 as a way to inspire everyone in the school community. As you view the pictures of these high-profile sports figures and read through their inspirational notes, it becomes apparent that parents, teachers, coaches and administrators, as well as these sports heroes, are all saying the same thing — work hard and dream big. The Hallway of Honor is located inside the school building.