• Taconic Hills Athletics

    The athletic program at Taconic Hills is founded on the principle that the playing field is an extension of the classroom; and participation in athletics contributes to academic development. Taconic Hills offers a wide range of interscholastic sports on the Varsity, Junior Varsity and Modified levels. The Titans compete in Class B, Section 2. In most sports, our teams compete as a member of the Patroon Conference. 

    Interscholastic Athletics Offerings

    2018 Field Hockey Section IX Champs

    Fall

    Football (Varsity, JV & Modified)
    Boys Soccer (Varsity, JV & Modified)
    Girls Soccer (Varsity, JV & Modified)
    Girls Field Hockey (Varsity, JV & Modified)
    Girls Volleyball (Varsity & JV)
    Golf (Varsity)
    Boys & Girls Cross Country (Varsity)

    Winter

    Boys Basketball (Varsity, JV & Modified)
    Girls Basketball (Varsity, JV & Modified)
    Boys Volleyball 
    Bowling
    Alpine Skiing

    Boys Swimming
    Girls Swimming
    Basketball Cheerleading
    Wrestling (Varsity & JV)

    Spring

    Boys Baseball (Varsity, JV & Modified)
    Girls Softball (Varsity, JV & Modified)
    Boys Track (Varsity & Modified)
    Girls Track (Varsity & Modified)
    Tennis (Varsity)
    Mixed Basketball (Unified Basketball)
    Clay Shooting

    Concussions in student athletics

    Parents with student athletes should be aware of a state law that helps them, their children and school personnel to recognize, prevent and treat concussions and head injuries.

    A concussion is defined as a type of traumatic brain injury, caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head that can change the way the brain normally works. Concussions can also occur from a blow to the body that causes the head to move rapidly back and forth. Even a “ding,” “getting your bell rung,” or what seems to be a mild bump or blow to the head can be serious.

    Most people who suffer a concussion do recover quickly. However, in more severe cases, a concussion can be fatal. Unlike a broken bone or a laceration, outward signs of a concussion can’t be seen. By learning to identify the symptoms and danger signs of concussions coaches, teachers and parents can help keep children safe.

    Law Requirements

    The state’s “Concussion Management and Awareness Act,” which went into effect in July 2012, requires:

    • The immediate removal from athletic activities, including physical education classes, interscholastic sports and other extracurricular activities, of any student that has or is believed to have sustained a mild traumatic brain injury.
    • No students will be allowed to resume athletic activity until they have been symptom-free for 24 hours, and have been evaluated by and received written and signed authorization from a licensed physician. For interscholastic athletics, clearance must come from the school’s medical director.
    • Education and training for coaches, teachers and other school personnel on the symptoms and treatment of mild traumatic brain injuries on a biennial basis.

    More Information about concussions

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    Start Dates

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    Registration Date

    Winter    
    Varsity/JV Nov 11, 2019 Oct 11, 2019
    Modified Nov 18, 2019 Oct 18, 2019
    Spring    
    Varsity/JV Mar 9, 2020 Feb 9, 2020
    Modified Mar 23, 2020 Feb 23, 2020
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  • We are currently looking for a Modified Boys Volleyball Coach?

    If anyone is interested, please contact Angela Webster, athletic director by email.

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  • Very Important: If a 7th or 8th grader wishes to play at a JV or Varsity level, they must be approved through the Athletic Placement Process. If this applies, please contact Angela regarding testing.

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