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C-A catches the first Bowling win of the season!

The Coxsackie Athens Varsity Bowling Team defeated Chatham yesterday at home with a score of 5-0. Top bowlers included:
Isaiah Cerle: 210 high game, 568 series; Elijah Chewens: 212 high game, 566 series; Mike Taber: 221 high game, 536 series. C-A faces Catskill at Catskill Lanes on Thursday at 4pm. Good luck bowlers …



C-A Basketball Secures First Win

The TYeam Secured a Win Against Germantown on November 28th. The Final Score Was 61-43 And Isaiah Garvey Was The Highest Scoring Player. Catch The Next Basketball Game Here Against Catskill ! 11.30 !!


C-A Grapplers Back in Action

Your Patroon Conference Champions are back in action, starting Thursday December 1 against Berlin High School at 6:00 pm.


Girls Basketball

Coach: Charity Hall
COXSACKIE-ATHENS — After a rough, two-win season in her first year at the helm, coach Charity Hall and the Coxsackie-Athens Lady Indians hope for better results in 2016-17.
“We are not looking too bad,” Hall said. “I think we’ll do well this season.”
The Lady Indians finished 2-17 last year and 1-16 in conference play.
The Indians lost three players from last season, however, to their benefit, the majority of last season’s team is in tact. Returning is big and solid post-presence, Sage Pahl, along with scorers Anya Josberger and Olivia Bradt.
“I have a lot of shooters on my team, we’re …



Joke of the Day

Q: What do you call a sleeping Rottweiler

A: Anything you like, just very quietly.


Quote of the Day

In the end we only regret the chances we didn't take


Pizza 10th Period!!!

Pizza will be sold at the school store Tuesdays and Wednesdays during 10th period. Prices range from 1.25 to 1.75.


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Fact of the Day

A duck's quack doesn't echo, and no one knows why.


Honor to our Veterans!

Veterans Day is an official United States public holiday, observed annually on November 11, that honors military veterans; that is, persons who served in the United States Armed Forces. It coincides with other holidays, including Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, celebrated in other countries that mark the anniversary of the end of World War I; major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, when the Armistice with Germany went into effect. The United States previously observed Armistice Day. The U.S. holiday was renamed Veterans Day …



" Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment."





Light travels faster than sound. That is why some people appear quite bright – until you hear them talk.


Interact Book Sale

Book sale on November 18: 5 to 7 pm and on November 19: 8 am to 2 pm. Prices range from a quarter dollar to 1 dollar.
Don't miss it!


C-A 47 - Ichabod Crane 14

Good job C-A varsity football for ending the season on a winning note! Great job to the touch down scorers, Justice Middaugh, Donny Blowers, Elijah Chewins and Jayden Coutte.


Come watch C-A tonight!!

Come watch your very own Coxsackie-Athens football team live in action. The game is tonight at Ichabod Crane High School. It is the last game of the season and kickoff is at 6:00 PM


CAHS Rotary Student of the Month : Michael Wais

C-A High School is pleased to announce, and congratulate, Senior Michael Wais for being nominated by Mr. Danz to be the C-A High School Rotary Student of the Month. Michael, his parents, and Mr. Danz will attend a special lunch at the Quarry Steakhouse on Weds. Nov. 2nd. to celebrate this recognition. Great job to Michael for being such an outstanding student! You make C-A proud!


Hillary vs. Trump

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Adrien Conrads
Adrien Conrads

Meet our exchange student

Hi my name is Adrien, I’m a seventeen years old exchange student from Belgium and I’m a senior. I came here to discover a new culture, a new lifestyle and also to learn English, i chose the USA because I have always dreamt to live an American life as an American citizen. I decided to take this trip because I think it’s the best moment in my life to open my eyes on the world and to open my mind. I also want to make my own opinion regarding the USA and the life here which is different than in …

Lorenzo Casciari
Lorenzo Casciari

CA falls in penalty kicks

COXSACKIE — They battled through regulation, two overtime periods and penalty kicks, but in the end No. 12 Johnstown upset No. 5 Coxsackie-Athens 2-2 (4-3 PK) in the Section II, Class B varsity boys soccer opener on Thursday.
“We had trouble with winning the balls in the air, that was our biggest thing,” C-A coach Curt Wilkinson said. “The 50-50 balls, they would just push the ball up and then they would push everyone up and try and trap the ball on our half of the field, and we didn’t do a good job winning the ball out of the air.”
With …



Attacks on e-commerce

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CA vs. Schoburgh at Berne-Knox-Westerlo

This Friday, take a drive out to Berne-Knox Westerlo to see your local Coxsackie Athens under the lights in a matchup against Berne. Game time is at 7:00pm.

Mike Petromale
Mike Petromale

CA vs Hudson

C-A traveled to Hudson for a night game under the lights. In the first half, Hudson opened the the score with a long shot goal. Few minutes after Mike Petromale scored to tie the game, the Indians were back. The second half was really different than the first one: the Indians scored 3 in 15 minutes, Hudson was knocked out. To end the game in beauty, the Indians scored a late goal.


Presidential Debate Info

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C-A vs. Johnstown For Sectionals

Thursday at 3:00 P.M. the Indians fight to stay in sectionals as they face off against Johnstown on their own field. The C-A girls soccer team is also fighting to keep their season going against Tamarac at Tamarac.


Tennis season comes to a close

The Indians were eliminated after round one of sectionals and closed off the season with a total of four wins, two of which were secured against Maple Hill and the other two against Catskill.


Go Big Or Go Home!!!!

Come out this Saturday the 15th at 1:00pm for your local Coxsackie-Athens Football Senior Indians last Regular Season Game. Our opponent is the 5-1 Blackbirds from Voorheesville. With a Successfull Outcome, C-A football will advance to Sectional play.


C-A Boys Lose Close Game to Greenville

COXSACKIE — Greenville and Coxsackie-Athens battled it out on the pitch on Tuesday with the Spartans coming away with the win in Patroon Conference varsity boys soccer.
With 4:51 remaining in the first half, Paul Bear sent a rocket from 30-feet out over the hands of leaping C-A keeper Anthony Bird for a score.
Both teams would have chances down the stretch, but the Spartans held on for the hard-fought victory.
The Indians outshot Greenville 10-7 and Bird had five saves in the net while Spartan keeper John Gergen had seven.
C-A heads to Hudson while Greenville hosts Maple Hill on Thursday at 4:15 …



Boys Soccer Standings Week 6

Entering week six action, Ichabod Crane’s Nick Johnston had a sizeable goal-point deficit to catch the number one local player in both categories — Maple Hill’s Garrett Axtmann.
The Wildcat striker held a six-goal, 10-point advantage over the Rider, however, after a 12-point week for Johnston, the deficit has been slashed with one week left of soccer.

Meanwhile, looking strictly at the Patroon leaderboard, while Axtmann is ahead of the rest of the competition, there is a tight-race for runner-up in points and goals between Coxsackie-Athens’ Adrien Conrads and Greenville’s Cole Ackerman.
Peering at the Patroon Conference standings, Maple Hill still sits atop …




Counseling Office News
*Free Financial Aid Workshop from CAP COM Federal Credit Union. Click here for their informational flier.

*Mark your calendars - financial aid night at C-A on 12/7 at 6:30 pm in the high school library. A financial aid counselor from CGCC will do a power point presentation on the financial aid process. She will review the FAFSA and TAP application.

* C-A Juniors and Seniors Attend the HVCC College Fair On September 21, 2016 forty-four C-A juniors and seniors attended a College Fair at Hudson Valley Community College with Mrs. Essex and Ms. Brook. The college fair …



legalities of clown sightings

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National Merit Scholarship Corporation Announces Commended Students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program
Julia Dorr and Benjamin Pacuk have been named Commended Students in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.6 million students who entered the 2017 competition by taking the 2015 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Congratulations to Julia Dorr and Benjamin Pacuk for this high achievement.


Girls Receive Another Win!

COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens rallied from a 1-0 deficit to hand Catskill a 2-1 defeat in Patroon Conference varsity girls soccer action Wednesday at home.
Maci Mosher netted the first goal of the game to put Catskill ahead, converting a pass from Danielle Mason three minutes into the second half.
Lady Indians’ Kelley Hair knotted it up at 1-1 on an assist from Allison Wallace.
Shortly later, Wallace found the back of the net with Hair on the assist to put C-A up 2-1 with 11 minutes to play.
“We keep reinforcing that we need to be playing a full 80 minutes, whistle-to-whistle, with no …



Refuse To Lose!

Our Coxsackie-Athens Lady Indians Soccer teams will be collecting donations in support of Mrs. Wyant, a HS staff member, beating Breast Cancer!!

We will be selling our "Coxsackie-Athens Indians Refuse to Lose" pink gel bracelets and Pink Rice Krisipe Treats. Please See Mrs. Cashin to make your donation.
ALL proceeds will go directly to Mrs. Wyant.


C-A News November 11th

The BigSun Organization is proud to be able to continue to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. We are offering an annual scholarship to a deserving student. All student athletes are eligible for this award, regardless of which sport they are participating in. Their participation may be in any capacity, whether as a player, coach or official. See Mrs. Mousseau in Student Services for more information.
If you are interested in attending Alfred State please come to student services to pick up information about some of the scholarships they are offering.
The ASVAB, the armed services vocational test, will be …


Indians Claim Greene County Cup

CAIRO -- Coxsackie-Athens rolled to a 41-0 lead by halftime and went on to post its fourth straight victory, handing Cairo-Durham a 61-6 defeat in Saturday's Class C South Division game.
The Indians struck for three touchdowns in the opening quarter and never looked back. Justice Middaugh had a 25-yard run, Sean Van Fonda took it in from a yard out and Isaiah Garvey hauled in a 25-yard TD pass from Tyler Westervelt.Middaugh and Van Fonda both reached the end zone again the second quarter, Middaugh with a four-yard run and Van Fonda with a 24-yard punt return. Westervelt tossed his …



C-A Hands Greenville First Loss

GREENVILLE -- Allie Donovan scored the deciding goal with 21 seconds remaining in the first half to lift Coxsackie-Athens to a 1-0 victory over Greenville on Thursday in Patroon Conference varsity girls soccer.
The loss is the first league defeat for the Lady Spartans.
Kelley Hair had the assist on the goal.
"We came out scoring lots of goals early in the season, but teams have adjusted and are putting their best players back to defend against us and they're doing a good job of it," Greenville coach Eileen Kiefer said. "I need some kids to step up."
In the net, Alysia Thomas had …



CA Golf Medalist Tournament

This years patroon conference Medalist Tournament was held at Copake Country Club. It was a long day, walking all 18 holes. The standings were Nick Shrowang coming in first with an 81. His teammate Josh, coming in second with an 82, and in third, from Greenville, Trey Smith with an 86. The winning team for the patroon conference overall is Catskill for the second year in a row. CA placed 4th in the conference. (Cole Stannard, Left, Isaiah Cerle, on his right, Jeremiah Brea, Next Right, Joseph Mann, Next Right, Leif Roberg, Coach, Right.


News Sept. 30

Attention Juniors and Seniors: On the following dates and times we will have the following College Representatives visit our school. Please come to Student Services and see Mrs. Mousseau for an appointment.
***October 4 - 9:00 SUNY Geneseao
***October 12 - 8:30 LeMoyne College
Seniors it is now time for you to set up your appointment for your senior review with your counselors. You can stop by Mrs. Mousseau's desk in Student Services or have your parents call Mrs. Mousseau at 518-731-1810 to set up an appointment.

Coxsackie-Athens Seniors if you have applied or you are thinking of applying to the Boston University come …



Girls' Varsity Tennis Defeats Maple Hill

The C-A Girls' Varsity Tennis Team won against Maple Hill in an away match with a score of 4-3. Wins were secured by singles players Alissa Jewett, Naomi Ferenczy, and Kat Tergeoglou. The second doubles team composed of Kaylee Sawicki and Hannah Lindstrom also secured a win. The team disrupted Maple Hill's winning streak and will host the Patroon Championships today.


Boys Soccer Player of the Week

After back-to-back tough losses to top Patroon Conference teams — Maple Hill and Greenville — the Coxsackie-Athens Indians were in desperate need of a spark to restart their season and Adrien Conrads has delivered. Conrads has played like a man possessed as a vital piece to the team’s current five-game winning streak.
The senior forward entered Week 3-4 play with just three goals, no assists and six points on the season, placing him 10th in goals and 11th in points.
Conrads’ production skyrocketed over the last two weeks with a combined six goals, one assist and a total of 13 points over …



C-A Boys Soccer Summary

Coxsackie-Athens rolled to a 4-1 victory over Taconic Hills on Monday night in Patroon Conference varsity soccer action.
C-A came out strong early on as Austin Schlenker found Lorenzo Casciari who booted the ball off the right post to put the Indians up 1-0.
Casciari played a role in the second goal of the night, setting up Conrads for the score to send C-A into the half with a 2-0 lead.
At the break, the Indians held a 9-2 edge in shots.
In the second half, C-A continued to pour it on as Conrads notched his second goal of the game, again assisted by …



C-A News

Attention Juniors and Seniors: On the following dates and times we will have the following College Representatives visit our school. Please come to Student Services and see Mrs. Mousseau for an appointment.
***September 28 - 9:00 Sage College
***September 30 - 8:30 SUNY Geneseao
***October 12 - 8:30 LeMoyne College
Seniors it is now time for you to set up your appointment for your senior review with your counselors. You can stop by Mrs. Mousseau's desk in Student Services or have your parents call Mrs. Mousseau at 518-731-1810 to set up an appointment.

Coxsackie-Athens Seniors if you have applied or you are thinking of applying …



Indians squash Titans at Home under the lights.

With the bright lights on them on homecoming night, the Coxsackie-Athens Indians took care of business against Taconic Hills, squashing the Titans 38-0 to pick up their third straight win on the season.
The Indians were a well-oiled machine offensively, running roughshod on the Titans defense.
A Tyler Westervelt 25-yard boot off right tackle set-up Coxsackie deep in Titans territory, and from there it was speed and power for the Indians.
On the Titan 26-yard line, after a personal foul call on Taconic Hills, Lorenzo Richardson bolted up the gut for 16 yards to the Taconic Hills 10, then burly fullback Jadyn …



C-A Girls Edge Hudson 1-0

HUDSON — Kelley Hair’s goal 13 minutes into the second half was all the scoring Coxsackie-Athens would need as the Indians edged Hudson, 1-0, in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference girls soccer game.
Hair took a feed from Kerri VanAusdle and snuck past two Hudson defenders before blasting the ball past Bluehawks’ goaltender Nicole Conte.
C-A dominated possession the first 20 minutes of the first half, outshooting Hudson, 7-0. A standout effort on the defensive end by the Bluehawks’ Emily Clark helped keep the Indians off the board.
Hudson missed a golden opportunity to score late in the stanza when Jenaya Robinson blew past two …




Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see. Mark Twain


What We're About

Welcome to the Official Site for the C-A’s E-Commerce Team ! Here on the website we have the links to the sports rosters, latest game information , player profiles , and much more. Our site is updated daily, so be sure to check out the latest info everyday. …


C-A Football Home Opener Against Tamarac

In Saturday's league match, the host Coxsackie-Athens Indians football squad scored a big 41-6 victory over the Tamarac Bengals.
In their next game, the Indians clash with the Taconic Hills Titans in a non-league match, on Friday, September 23. Coxsackie-Athens will attempt to move on its 2-1 season record. The Titans enter the match with a 1-2 record after their 28-0 non-league loss to Chatham (Chatham, NY).

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