• Winter Sports News

    Winter Sports News

    Congrats to the boys and girls indoor track teams. On Saturday, February 1st, they competed in the Class B Championships.

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  • Public Schools of the Tarrytowns Athletics Joins Schedule Galaxy

    Public Schools of the Tarrytowns Athletics Joins Schedule Galaxy

    ScheduleGalaxy is now the provider for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns School District for their athletics program web-based scheduling system. ScheduleGalaxy enhances both the scheduling process and public access to contest information.
    ScheduleGalaxy provides:
    Quick public access to team schedules, free from commercial advertisement
    Ability to receive email alerts for any schedule changes or push notifications from our App
    Directions to contests from your current location to the exact game location via Google maps
    View schedules, directions and schedule changes from either your computer or from the ScheduleGalaxy App

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  • Senior Mike Anniccherico who will be joining the St. Thomas Aquinas College Sprint Football team

    College Bound Athlete

    Congratulations to senior Mike Anniccherico who will be joining the St. Thomas Aquinas College Sprint Football team for their 2019 season.
    Mike played offensive and defensive line for two seasons on the Sleepy Hollow Boys’ Varsity Football team in 2017-2018. “Mike has a fantastic work ethic and drive to be successful,” said coach Jorge Veintimilla. “While on the team, he demonstrated great qualities of leadership by pushing teammates to compete at their highest level.” Mike earned All-League as a senior.
    He signed his commitment papers on May 13 surrounded by his coaches, family and friends.

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  •  Girls Varsity Lacrosse team heading to playoffs.

    Girls Lacrosse Day

    Congratulations to the Sleepy Hollow Girls Lacrosse team who is heading to the playoffs May 15, at home facing Eastchester.
    The girls hope to continue their winning streak from Lacrosse Day on May 4, where they had a 22-5 win over Hastings. Taylor Burnett scored her 100th goal and Hannah Lustyik made her 500th save.
    Good luck Lady Horsemen!

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  •  Boys' Varsity LaCrosse defeated by Hastings.

    Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse

    It was a tough loss Ma4 4, for the Sleepy Hollow Boys Varsity Lacrosse team against Hastings. Despite a team effort and from goalie Liam Hanson, the Horsemen fell behind 4-12.

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  • Perfect Placement

    Perfect Placement

    Sleepy Hollow Middle and High School student-athletes received important information about their athletic futures on May 2, meeting with a Major League Baseball agent from Perfect Placement.

    Mark Leinweaver educated parents, students, and coaches about the best approach to choosing a college and the recruitment process. Leinweaver explained the families need a simple, realistic and logical plan.

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  • College Recruiting

    College Recruiting

    Save the date! Student athletes and parents!

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  •  Sara Clark and Grace Hille will attend the Bruce Beck Sports Broadcasting Camp this summer.

    Sleepy Hollow Athletes Chosen For Bruce Beck Sports Broadcasting Camp:

    Sleepy Hollow High School senior Grace Hille can’t imagine her life without sports. She is cheerleader and lacrosse player and this summer she will have the opportunity of a lifetime - learning how to become a sports broadcaster. “I am really excited to actually get into the field and be in a professional setting,” said Hillle who received a scholarship to attend the Bruce Beck NBC Sports Broadcasting Camp in July.
    Her classmate Sara Clark was selected to work as an intern in the program. “I am not one to be on camera,” said Clark. “I am interested in working behind the scenes and this will be a wonderful opportunity for me to learn about sports management.” Clark plays tennis, lacrosse and basketball. She currently is interning in the SHHS Athletic Office under Director, Denise Kiernan.

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  •  College bound athletes are recognized in a special ceremony.

    College Bound Recognition Day

    Congratulations to seven Sleepy Hollow High School students who will continue to play their sport in college. April 12, Athletic Director Denise Kiernan congratulated the athletes during a ceremony attended by District leaders, teammates, families, and friends.
    “The role of a college athlete requires determination, desire and focus,” said Kiernan. “Sleepy Hollow will always be your family. Your best experiences have probably occurred in high school. Take them with you and make Sleepy Hollow proud.”

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  •  Coach Tompkins with his sons.

    Coach Tompkins Honored

    Wrestling means more to Coach Brian Tompkins than preparing students to compete on the mat. “It is about teaching life skills,” said Tompkins during a recent interview. “The energy and the spirit that the students put into it matters. They learn how they will accept defeat. Will you give up or move forward and keep pushing yourself?”

    As a result of his dedication to the students and the sport, Coach Tompkins will be inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and receive the “Lifetime Service Award.”

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  •  Physical Education teacher Laura Vivolo earns Rugby scholarship.

    Rugby Scholarship Winner

    Washington Irving’s own Physical Education teacher Lara Vivolo has won a scholarship to visit England and participate in a week-long training session with USA Rugby and Premiership Rugby.

    Vivolo is among 30 coaches from 23 states across the United States who were chosen from 200 applicants. Vivolo said she is honored.

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  • Cheerleading as Sport

    Cheerleading as Sport

    Sleepy Hollow High School Varsity Cheerleaders participated in their first competition this month facing teams from throughout Westchester.

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    The Sleepy Hollow Football and Cheerleading teams joined together to bring holiday spirit to our elementary school families. As part of the second annual Ugly Sweater Day, students and staff were encouraged to wear their ugliest holiday sweater and make a donation to help students and their families at John Paulding, WL Morse, Washington Irving, and Sleepy Hollow Middle School.
    Santa made a special visit to JP on Friday and met some of the students. Members of the Varsity and JV Football team and Cheer team joined him. Santa even rode around on a mini-tricycle greeting students.
    Happy Holidays from the Sleepy Hollow Football & Cheerleading Teams

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  •  SHHS cheerleaders are among the scholar athlete teams.

    Fall Season Scholar Athlete Teams

    Seven Sleepy Hollow High School teams this fall season have qualified for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) Scholar Athlete Team Award.

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  •  SHHS Girls Varsity compete in Godwin Games.

    27th Annual Godwin Games

    Basketball fans had much to enjoy this weekend during the 27th Annual Howard Godwin Sleepy Hollow Holiday Basketball Tournament.
    Six teams: Sleepy Hollow, Lincoln, Mamaroneck, Hendrick Hudson, Ossining, and Yonkers High School, competed from Thursday, Nov. 29 through Saturday, Dec. 1.

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  • Winter Sports Registration

    Winter Sports Registration

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  •  Alumni football players return to support Horsemen!

    Sleepy Hollow Alumni Flag Football

    Former players from Sleepy Hollow High School laced up their cleats one more time on Saturday July 21st to compete in a friendly flag football game.

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  •  SHHS football team raises money for cancer in Play Like a Warrior 7-on-7.

    Play Like A Warrior

    The Sleepy Hollow High School Football team attended the Play Like A Warrior 7-on-7 and Lineman Challenge at White Plains High School on Saturday, June 16th raising money for the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research.

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  •  Varsity Athletic Awards Winners

    Varsity Awards Banquet 2018

    Congratulations to our Sleepy Hollow High School Varsity Athletes who were honored on Wednesday, June 6th at the annual Varsity Athletic Awards Banquet

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  • Varsity Athletic Awards Dinner

    Varsity Athletic Awards Dinner

    Congratulations to our Sleepy Hollow High School Varsity Athletes who were honored on Wednesday, June 6th at the annual Varsity Athletic Awards Banquet.

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  •  SHHS softball team honors seniors.

    Senior Day For Girls’ Softball Team:

    The Sleepy Hollow girls’ softball team celebrated their seniors and sent them out in style, Friday, May 11th, with a 6-5 win over visiting Nyack to improve their record to 7-8.

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  •  SHHS baseball team honors seniors.

    Sleepy Hollow Baseball Senior Day

    On Thursday, May 10th, Sleepy Hollow Senior Day, the Horsemen sent their six seniors out in style. The team took on Peekskill and jumped out early without ever looking back, winning by a score of 21-2. All six seniors contributed at the plate with runs batted in

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  •  SHHS girl's lacrosse team honors seniors!

    Senior Girls’ Lacrosse Team Honored

    The Sleepy Hollow girls’ varsity lacrosse team honored their senior players Tuesday as they faced Our Lady of Lourdes. Team members recognized Captain Eliza Sandler before the game and every girl on the team wore her name on their arm

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  •  Teamwork fro SHHS boys' lacrosse team as they earn their first victory!

    Boys' Varsity Lacrosse Team Victory!

    The boys’ varsity lacrosse team earned their first win of the season on Friday, May 4th in convincing fashion with a 13-6 Senior Day victory over Peekskill.

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  •  Girls' Lacrosse players Natalie Smith and Hannah Luytik reach milestones.

    Sleepy Hollow Girls’ Lacrosse Team Keeps Shining!

    Congratulations to two Sleepy Hollow High School girls’ lacrosse team players who each achieved milestones! On Tuesday April 20th, Natalie Smith joined her co-captain Sophia Meyer in the 100 plus goal club! She is the fifth female player for SHHS to ever reach that many goals in a high school career and she is only a junior! In addition to this achievement Natalie went, as her team mates would say, "Beast Mode", and led her team to a victory against Dobbs Ferry 13-11. She had five goals and two assists.


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