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School Store to Reopen

Coxsackie, N.Y. — For 16 years, Mr. Siciliano and his E-commerce class have managed the school store until the school year of 2016-17 when it was closed. Rumors circulated among students as to the reason for this sudden closing. Mr. Siciliano said the reason for it closing was that “too many students hung around the hallway, causing a disturbance to the teachers and they would buy stuff and continue to hangout.” He also said that it had been an “ongoing problem for the last 16 years,” so what made them decide to close the school store this year?
Mr. Quiles …

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2017 Patroon Conference First Team All-Stars

FIRST TEAM
Caleb Doyle, Chatham
Matt Sweet, Hudson
Lorenzo Richardson, Coxsackie-Athens
Jeremy Ramirez, Hudson
Alec Yager, Maple Hill
Liam Krasney, Greenville
Addison Allen, Catskill
Justin Hatch, Coxsackie-Athens
Cole Ackerman, Greenville
Antonio Fisher, Hudson

Via, The Daily Mail


 


JV Ends the Season With a Win

Green Tech traveled to C-A as both teams looked to end the season with a win. C-A came out of the gates strong in the first inning, scoring 3 runs. The second inning rolled around and the Indians tacked on 8 more runs giving them an 11-0 win. The game stayed 11-0 till the 7th inning when green tech got across the plate and scored one, ending the game off 11-1

 


C-A Track & Field Takes On Patroons

The C-A Girls Track team has had 4 wins this season and today both the boys' and girls' teams competed in the Patroon Conference Championships hosted at Taconic Hills High School. The Girls team placed tenth out of twelve schools.

 


JV baseballs last 2 games

C-A boys JV baseball's last 2 games are today and tomorrow. Today's game is home vs Greeneville and tomorrow is home vs Green Tech. Come out and support us as we wrap up the season! Both games are to start at 4:15. …
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C-A Racquet swingers Take down Glens Falls

COXSACKIE — No. 3 Coxsackie-Athens and No. 6 Glens Falls battled it out on the courts Monday in the Section II, Class B opener with the Patroon Conference champions coming away with a 4-3 victory.
“This was a good team victory for C-A today,” Indians coach Matt Seekamp said. “In the four matches we won, C-A looked very strong. Despite a loss, co-captain Cole Stannard played strong.
“If we’re going to advance through the semifinals, we’ll need to bring the same energy again [today]. With a large senior class, our experience has been a key factor all season and will need to …

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C-A Grapplars Go to Nationals

Congratulations to Devon Shader and Marc Martinez on making the New York Freestyle Wrestling Team after placing second at the state tournament in Binghamton. Both are going to Fargo North Dakota to wrestle for the national cadet title

 


Belgian tennis phenom Adrien Conrads

Belgian tennis phenom Adrien Conrads, here in the United States attending Coxsackie-Athens High school for his senior year, would much rather be on the soccer pitch.
This spring, though, he has dominated the Patroon Conference, going 12-0 without dropping a single set — both Coxsackie-Athens tennis records. Most recently he won the Patroon Conference singles championship.
He was equally as dominant in soccer, finishing second in the Patroon Conference in goals (14) and points (29)en route to becoming a first-team Patroon All-Star.
“My father pushed me to play tennis, all of my family played tennis, so he just brought me to the court …

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C-A Girls Track Defeats Greenville

The C-A Girls Track Team has a total of 4 wins this season, one of which was secured against Greenville at a tri-meet in Rensselaer.

 


Baseball Secures Victory

On Wednesday, May 10th , the C-A Varsity Baseball team traveled to Hudson and took down the undefeated Bluehawks with a score of 3-1. With this win, Coach Wilkinson earned his 150th win as a Varsity coach, Congrats Coach! The Indians have locked in their sights on 1st place in the Patroon Conference and Friday, May 12th is their chance to do it. Come out to support the team when the Bluehawks come to McQuade Park in their last regular season game. Game time is 4:15 pm and the Concession Stand will be open. …
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Cole Stannard wins award and scholarship

Cole Stannard, a C-A senior, has been awarded the 2017 Outstanding Business Student Award. Cole also was the first C-A student to win the $500.00 college scholarship award by the Business Teachers Association of the Capital District. Cole was accompanied to the dinner at the Radisson Inn in Albany by his business teacher Peter Siciliano, school guidance counselor Angela Zumbolo, and his mother Mrs. Stannard. Cole plans on attending HVCC this fall in the Advanced Business program. …
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C-A Captures Patroon Title

Coxsackie-Athens 6, Maple Hill 1
CASTLETON -- Coxsackie-Athens handed Maple Hill a 6-1 defeat in Wednesday's Patroon Conference varsity tennis match Wednesday and claimed the 2017 Patroon Conference tennis title.
The Indians have now captured their fourth conference title in five years and top-seeded Adrien Conrads was an x-factor for Coxsackie-Athens this year. The senior completed an undefeated season, 12-0, and did not lose a set this season, which are two Coxsackie-Athens tennis records.
"We showed a very strong, full-team effort in the past two days, and our team is really coming together strongly as we now look to the post-season," said …

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Coxsackie Wins 6-2

Coxsackie-Athens 6, Chatham 2
COXSACKIE — Adam Evans pitched a complete game, scattering six hits as Coxsackie-Athens topped Chatham, 6-2, in Monday’s Patroon Conference baseball game.
Lorenzo Richardson led the Indians (13-2, 12-2) with a double, single and two RBI. Justin Hatch added a double, single and an RBI, Killian Schrader two singles, Donny Blowers a single and an RBI and Gill Bell a single.
Kris Roblez and Caleb Doyle both doubled for the Panthers (8-6, 11-6).
Evans struck out five and didn’t walk a batter in his route-going performance.
Aidan Jackson went the distance for the loss, striking out four, walking three and allowing …

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JV Update

C-A traveled to Chathem with the taste of the tight loss from last week in their mouths. Yesterday was a different story when the Indians jumped off to a quick 5-0 lead in the first inning. The Panthers were quiet until they tacked on a couple in the 5th and a few more in the 6th, tying the game up, 5-5. The game was dragged into extras where there was no scoring until the Indians got bases loaded in the 9th and Jake Farrand hit a sacrifice ground ball which brought in the run that gave the Indians the lead.

 


C-A Summer Driver Education

Coxsackie Athens Driver Education class will be starting July 5th and ending in early August. Registration forms can be picked up at the high school guidance office and the district main office. For more information, please call Sheryl Mathis at 731-1700.

 


C-A 9, Chatham 2

Coxsackie-Athens 9, Chatham 2
CHATHAM — Justin Hatch drove in four runs and Kane Schrader blasted a two-run homer to power Coxsackie-Athens past Chatham, 9-2, in Thursday’s Patroon Conference baseball game.
Hatch finished with two singles for the Indians (13-2, 11-2). Lorenzo Richardson and Michael Petramale each had a double and an RBI and Gill Bell stroked two singles.
Caleb Doyle collected two singles for the Panthers (11-5, 8-5). Aidan Jackson, Thomas Van Tassel and Curtis Buchan all singled and Dylan Madsen and Hunter Scheriff each drove in a run.
Richardson (2k,3bb,1r,3h) pitched five innings and Petramale (1bb,1r,2h) worked the last two for C-A.
Evan …

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JV defeats Green Tech 9-4

C-A boys JV baseball won there third game of the season last night against green tech. Joe Nato started on the mound and went 3-4 with 3 singles and 2 rbi's. Closing the game was Connor Wood throwing for the last inning. Next game is home vs. Green Tech Wednesday at 4:15. Come out and support the team at the school field!

 


Coxsackie nips Green Tech 4-3 !

COXSACKIE — Green Tech gave Coxsackie-Athens everything it could handle on Monday, but it was the Indians that came out on top, 4-3, in extra innings.
"Their starting pitcher did a hell of a job, he kept us off balance, he had a great breaking pitch and it was tough to put something hard on it," C-A coach Curt Wilkinson said. "It came down to a couple people on our team stepping up and trying to rally the troops. I was disappointed in the effort today, but I was happy with the overall result which was a win."
Tyler Coffey led the …

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Man crawls a marathon in a gorilla suit

London man crawls a marathon in a gorilla suit. Check out the bottom of the page to read more about his amazing marathon.

 


Re-Opening of the School Store

The school stores hours this week will be Tuesday & Thursday from 2:30-3:00!

 

C-A Prom 2017

The Coxsackie-Athens Junior class of 2018 hosted this year's prom at Windham Mountain. The theme was "Enchanted Forest". Josh Welch was crowned prom king and Taylor Miller was crowned prom queen.

 

Support Your Local C-A Indians

Come support your local C-A Indians as they race to earn the pennant in their respective sports. Your C-A Varsity Baseball team will Play Berne-Knox-Westerlo in an out of league match to earn seeding point for upcoming sectionals. Your C-A Tennis Team is playing the biggest threat to securing the Patroon Conference Title, Chatham. Chatham Secured the first win 4-3. …
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Fatal Car crash Cost Teen his life

SELKIRK — A 2016 graduate of the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk school district was killed in a car crash Tuesday morning. A second local man, seated in the vehicle’s passenger seat, suffered serious injuries.
The crash occurred at around 9 a.m. on Tuesday, April 25, when a 2001 Oldsmobile driven by Logan A. Penzabene, 18, of Coeymans, struck a 2013 Freightliner tractor that was hauling a flatbed trailer, according to Bethlehem police.

Penzabene, a graduate of RCS, was pronounced dead at the scene. A second man, Matthew T. Hamilton, 18, also from Coeymans and a 2016 graduate of the RCS district, was seated in the …

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Adrien Conrads Remains Undefeated!

Our top seeded tennis player, Adrien Conrads remains undefeated as he beat Keon Armstrong of Chatham. The scores of the sets were 5-7, 2-6.

 


Prom Ticket Winner

Congratulations to the last prom ticket winner, Julianna Trombley!

 


Tennis Still Undefeated

The Varsity Tennis Team is still undefeated as of April 25th and is looking to secure the Patroon Conference by the end of this week. Their record is now 7-0. The only team left to beat is Chatham! Come see the match on Friday the 28th!

 


C-A catches a W

Coxsackie-Athens 8, Catskill 2
CATSKILL — Adam Evans scattered eight hits in a complete game performance as Coxsackie-Athens defeated Catskill, 8-2, in Monday’s Patroon Conference baseball game.
Evans struck out six, walked only one and surrendered single runs in the fourth and seventh innings.
Donny Blowers and Killian Schrader backed up Evans with a double and single apiece. Justin Hatch added a double, Gil Bell had two singles and two RBI, Kane Schrader a single and two RBI, Lorenzo Richardson a single and an RBI and Justice Middaugh a single.
Nick Schrowang belted a solo homer for the Cats, Logan worth doubled, Ryan Holsopple …

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February Break ?

Today April 24th , The School board will vote to keep the Winter break or shorten it to a four day weekend which would include President's day.

 


Coxsackie Faces Maple Hill in Double Header

Coxsackie-Athens 10, Maple Hill 0
Maple Hill 4, Coxsackie-Athens 2
CASTLETON —Coxsackie Athens split a doubleheader with Maple Hill on Tuesday in Patroon Conference varsity baseball action, winning 10-0 before losing 4-2.
In the first game, Killian Schrader went 4 for 4 with a home run and Adam Evans pitched a complete game shutout, scattering six hits.
Schrader also had a double two singles and two RBI for the Indians (4-2). Justin Hatch had a double, single and three RBI, Gil Bell a double and two singles, Tyler Coffey three singles, Justice Middaugh a double, Evans and Isaiah Cerle a single each and Kane …

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Prom Ticket Winner

Congratulations to the free prom ticket winner Macey Jourdin. Answer the trivia question for a chance to win the free prom ticket.

 


C-A Boys Tennis

The tennis squad beats Greenville 5-2, Adrien Conrads remains undefeated in Singles play. Come to the next match on Tuesday, April 5th against Waterford.

 


C-A Girls Track Secures First Win

The girls varsity track team won the track meet against Catskill and Hudson with a final score of 62-55.

 


Varsity Baseball

The Boys take another win when facing the Greeneville Spartans. The boys won 3-0

 


Varsity Baseball Update

COXSACKIE -- Coxsackie-Athens rallied in the bottom of the seventh inning to come from behind and down Catskill 11-10 in Patroon Conference varsity baseball on Thursday.
The Indians loaded the bases with no outs in the final inning and scored on three consecutive fielder’s choice plays to rally from a 10-8 deficit.
Lorenzo Richardson earned the win in relief for C-A, going five innings, giving up seven runs — three earned — on six hits with four strikeouts. Michael Petramale started and went two innings with three runs — one earned — on two hits and three walks with two Ks.
Tyler Coffey …

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C-A Tennis Defeats Hudson

The Coxsackie-Athens Boys Varsity Tennis Team beat Hudson High School with a final score of 5-2 to secure the win.
Adrian Conrad remains undefeated in singles play.


 


C-A Defeats Taconic Hills

The boys' varsity tennis team defeated Taconic Hills with a score of 4-3.

 


Fun Fact

Pluto was reclassified from a planet to a dwarf planet in 2006.
This is when the IAU formalised the definition of a planet as “A planet is a celestial body that (a) is in orbit around the Sun, (b) has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that it assumes a hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round) shape, and (c) has cleared the neighbourhood around its orbit.”


 


30 years ago: Bridge collapse kills 10

Wednesday marks the 30th anniversary of one of the deadly natural disasters in the region's history: the collapse of a Thruway bridge over the Schoharie Creek that killed 10 people.
The April 4, 1987 collapse of the bridge in Fort Hunter, Montomery County, came in the midst of a spring thaw and torrential rains that undermined the bridge's pilings. An investigation later blamed faulty construction for the collapse of the bridge: It's pilings were built on the riverbed instead of driven into the bedrock beneath the surface.
Here's what the Times Union wrote on the 25th anniversary of the collapse:
Three men returning …

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First Match, First Victory

PATROON TENNIS
Coxsackie-Athens 4, Maple Hill 3
COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens narrowly defeated Maple Hill 4-3 in Patroon Conference varsity tennis on Monday at home.
“This was a very tight match against a strong Maple Hill team,” C-A coach Matt Seekamp said. “I’m proud of how we played within ourselves and our depth was a great help today. I’m sure this is the first of many tight matches our team will face this season, so it’s a very positive sign to start with a tough test. Our doubles teams really brought the match home for us, so much credit goes to them.”
C-A (1-0) visits …

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Ivy League Material

DENVILLE, N.J. – A New Jersey high school senior has her pick of any Ivy League school, plus Stanford University.

Seventeen-year-old Ifeoma White-Thorpe tells WABC (http://7ny.tv/2nT1Moi ) that she was accepted into all eight Ivy League colleges and universities, in addition to Stanford.

White-Thorpe heads the student government and takes Advanced Placement courses at Morris Hills High School. She says she wants to study biology and go into global health policy but hasn't decided which school to attend.

She says the decision could come down to which school offers the most financial aid.

Her parents, Andre and Patricia White-Thorpe, say the decision is up …

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First Match, First Victory

Their first match was against Maple Hill on April 3rd, and having half of the overall team absent or sick, they pulled they victory through with the score being 4-3. Winners include Adrien Conrads (6-0,6-0), Cole Stannard (6-1,6-3), first doubles Gavin Coleman and Sean Kelly (6-1,6-2) as well as the the second doubles Joe Piccolo and Eric Hosier

 


Quote

I think it's fair to say that personal computers have become the most empowering tool we've ever created. They're tools of communication, they're tools of creativity, and they can be shaped by their user.

Bill Gates


 


Oh escalators, just take the stairs

So what do you do when the escalator stops and starts going the opposite direction? Hold on!

 


Fun Fact

The hottest planet in our solar system is Venus. Most people often think that it would be Mercury, as it’s the closest planet to the sun. This is because Venus has a lot of gasses in its atmosphere, which causes the “Greenhouse Effect”.

 


Gold Coin Worth $1,000,000 is Stolen

A precious gold coin, that's in the Guinness Book of Records for its unsurpassed purity, was stolen from a museum in Germany in the early hours of Monday.

The coin, which weighs more than 200 pounds and has a diameter of more than 20 inches, was taken from the Bode Museum in Berlin after 2 a.m. local time.
The coin, nicknamed "the "Big Maple Leaf," was issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in 2007, ahead of Queen Elizabeth II's state visit to Germany. It has a face value of more than $1 million and a purity of 999.99/1000 gold.
The coin had been …

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Mom Sued For Taking Sons Phone

A 15-year-old boy in Spain sued his mother, accusing her of “mistreatment” after she confiscated his phone in an attempt to make him study.

Citing local Spanish media, News.com.au reports that the mom took the phone from her son in February. The son took legal action against his mother, reportedly accusing her of “mistreatment” and seeking a nine-month jail term, as well as payment of his legal costs.
The unusual case came before a judge in Almeria in Southern Spain this week. The Local reports that the judge came down on the side of the mother, ruling that she was “well within …

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Dining Safe Thanks to These Michigan Students

Million of Americans suffering from severe food allergies or dietary restrictions know that finding a place to eat can sometimes be very difficult.

Now, two entrepreneurial students at the University of Michigan have teamed up in an effort to make it easier for people to dine out. Ish Baid and Michael Copley started working on the Edible Project app last year and it's recently been released through Apple iTunes and Google Play stores.

The free app is focused on the Ann Arbor area for now and allows its users to search for food based on their specific dietary needs, ranging from dairy …

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Teen Finds Diamond

A teenager made the discovery of a lifetime when he stumbled across a 7.44 carat diamond at an Arkansas state park.

Officials at Crater of Diamonds State Park at Murfreesboro say the rock found Saturday by 14-year-old Kalel Langford is the seventh largest found since the park was established in 1972. The park hasn't provided an estimate of the diamond's value.

“It was just a few inches from a stream of water, with a bunch of other rocks that were about the same size,” Langford said.

He has named it "Superman's Diamond" and plans to keep it as a souvenir of his visit.

This …

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Free Prom Ticket!!

This Week is the last week for the prom draw!!

New question for the LAST chance to win a free prom ticket is available as of now.
To get to the question, there is a link on the top left of this page titled "Trivia Contest". Click that link and it will bring you to the page. Good luck!!

The winner of last weeks contest is Macey Jourdin!!! Congrats! …

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Whos protecting our planes?

7-year-old Border Collie Piper has been a huge help to a Michigan airport, chasing off whatever gets in the way as planes take off and lands.See link below to find out more!

 


Whos protecting our planes?

7-year-old Border Collie Piper has been a huge help to a Michigan airport, chasing off whatever gets in the way as planes take off and lands.See link below to find out more!

 


Results For Mohawk Valley Invitational

Congratulations to C-A's Devon Shader and Marc Anthony Martinez Cruz on placing in the Mohawk Valley Wrestling Freestyle International Invitational. Both placed first in their respective weight classes in the Cadet Category. In the Finals, Devon Shader pinned his opponent from Toronto WC, a wrestling club in Canada. Marc Anthony Martinez Cruz Teched his opponent in 32 seconds. Since they placed in The USA sanctioned tournament, They are eligible to participate in the State tournament for freestyle. This will take place on the weekend of May 6th, Hoosick Falls Highschool. Come Support!!!

 

Possible 3 Hour Delay For Wednesday 3/15

Hi everyone,

Given the weather forecast, it is likely that we are looking at a day, or two, of closings and/or delays. Mr. Proper and I have created and made the possibility of a following 3-hour delay schedule. This will only be used by the district if it's a viable means through which not to lose an instructional day, while at the same time not compromising safety.

In any case, please hang onto this and be ready to use it, if needed.

Three-Hour Delay:
10:45 - Walkers arrive

10:50 - Bus students enter the Building

10:55 - 11:00 1st period HR Attendance

11:02 …

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The Adams Family!

The Addams Family is coming to Coxsackie-Athens High School! Join us as the CA Drama Club presents The Addams Family - A Musical on Friday, March 17 at 7:00 and Saturday, March 18 at 2:00 and 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 general admission and $6 for students and senior citizens and are only available at the door. Come and see the creepy and kooky Addams family you know and love come to life in this hilarious new musical comedy.

 


St. Patrick's Day Parade

The first recorded St. Patrick's Day parade was held not in Ireland but in New York City in 1762, and with the dramatic increase of Irish immigrants to the United States in the mid-19th century, the March 17th celebration became widespread.

 


School Store

The CA school store is opening next week with new products as well as a new deal on clothing. The package includes an embroidered hat and a crew neck sweatshirt for the ultra low price of $25! Come on down and get yours before they all sell out.

 


St. Patrick's Day Quote

St. Patrick's Day is an enchanted time a day to begin transforming winter's dreams into summer's magic.

Adrienne Cook …

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Rotary Student of the Month - Alexandria Collum

Congratulations to Alexandria Collum who was nominated by Mr. Danz as the Coxsackie-Athens High School Rotary Student of the Month! Alexandria will be recognized at a lunch in her honor at the Quarry Steakhouse on Wednesday, March 8th.

 


C-A Grapplers Invited to World Tornament

THE MOHAWK VALLEY WRESTLING FESTIVAL MARCH 11-12

A big success in 2016 with over 450 participants on Saturday for Freestyle and 235 participants for Greco on Sunday. In 2017 the tournament will be held 2 weeks after the High School Championships as it has been for over 30 years This event is the premier Freestyle/Greco Event in New York State and will begin the International Style season. It will be held at Canastota High School with 8 full size mats. Coxsackie-Athens Wrestling will be attending the freestyle part of the tournament. …

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The Adams Family Musical

The Coxsackie-Athens Drama Club is excited to announce the performance of The Addam's Family a Musical this year on Friday, March 17 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, March 18 at 2:00 and 7:00. In this original musical, the hilarious Addam's family comes to life in a story about love, family, honesty and growing up.

 


Boys Tennis - Fresh Season

The new CA Boys Tennis team is looking for their fourth title in the past five years, with last year breaking their streak. This year the team bears their newest weapon, Adrian Conrads, the three time national champion in Belgium, his home country. With the returning number two seed player, Cole Stannard, expected to maintain his ranking, along with four new graduating seniors, CA will jump into the season with great confidence.

 


Spring Sport Tryouts Start March 6th

C-A Sport tryouts for baseball, softball, tennis, and track will start next Monday March 6th.

 


School News May 15th

Senior and Junior student volunteers are needed for the Coxsackie-Athens budget vote on May 16, 2017. The volunteer hours are from 1 pm to 5pm and 5 pm to 9 pm at Coxsackie Elementary and EJ Arthur. There is a sign-up sheet by Mrs. Cure’s desk in the HS main office. Please stop by to volunteer.

Coxsackie-Athens Driver Education Course is being offered July 5th through August 11th at the High School. The cost is $350.00 maximum. Students are required to attend 24 hours of classroom instruction and 24 hours driving. Registration forms are available in Student Services. A $200.00 non-refundable …

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C-A Volleyball Breaks Losing Streak

The C-A volleyball team beat Cairo-Durham 3-0. This was a significant win for them because it ended a losing streak. Great way to end the season

 


C-A Volleyball Breaks Losing Streak

The C-A volleyball team beat Cairo-Durham 3-0. this was a significant win for them because it ended a losing streak. Great way to end the season

 


CA Sprit Package

CA Sweat Shirt and Hat bundle that will show your school pride. For the low price of 24.99

Sale Starts Today February, 02/17/17 and goes in till supplies are gone but
supplies are limited so get yours to day.


 


Home Sectional Game

The boys basketball team will host a sectional game this Friday, 2/17 at 7pm vs. Tamarac.

 


C-A Defeats Rensselaer

COXSACKIE -- Coxsackie-Athens had three players reach double figures in scoring in Friday's 63-55 Patroon Conference boys basketball victory over Rensselaer.
John Ecker's 18 points topped the Indians, who overcame a 17-14 first-quarter deficit to go up 30-25 at halftime and 41-36 after three quarters. Jake Sterritt had 17 and Isaiah Garvey 10
Anthony Carter paced Rensselaer with 24 points. Freshman Messiah Mallory added 18.
Coxsackie-Athens (9-10, 7-8) hosts Hudson, while Rensselaer entertains Cairo-Durham on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
RENSSELAER (55): Carter 9-6-24, Herrin 1-0-2, Mackey 1-0-3 (1), Mallory 8-2-18, Rider 3-0-8 (2). Totals 22-8-55 (3).
COXSACKIE-ATHENS (63): Bell 3-0-6, Blowers 1-0-3 (1), Coutte 1-0-2, …

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Justice Middaugh- Wild Card for states

Justice Middaugh, of Coxsackie-Athens, claimed a third place finish by beating Cohoes’ Nate Giller 6-2 at 160. Middaugh lost a double overtime thriller to eventual champion Fritz Sheffler, 6-5, in the semifinals before battling back to take third place. The Indian put together a 41-5 season and has an excellent shot at making the state tournament as a wildcard selection.

 


Fact of the Day

During your lifetime, you will produce enough saliva to fill two swimming pools.

 


Quote of the Day

"It's fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure." - Bill Gates

 


C-A Defeats Cairo-Durham, Sectionals Next

Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling Team for clinching 1st Place in the Patroon Conference after a win against Cairo Durham yesterday! C-A defeated Cairo with a score of 5-0. Top bowlers included:

Michael Taber: 279 high game; 656 series

Elijah Chewens: 211 high game; 554 series

Kamryon Harris: 214 high game; 553 series

Kenny Scott: 209 high game; 545 series

C-A will attend the Class B Sectionals Tournament on Thursday February 16th at Boulevard Bowl in Schenectady. Good luck bowlers!


 


C-A Defeats Cairo- Durham

CAIRO -- Coxsackie-Athens exploded out of the gate, pulling ahead 14-5 in the first quarter, to down Cairo-Durham 48-30 in Patroon Conference varsity boys basketball Friday night.
The Mustangs mounted a rally in the second quarter, going on a 12-6 run, to go into halftime down 20-17. C-A held a 30-27 lead after three quarters.
John Ecker scored a team-high 14 points to lead the Indians while Isaiah Garvey and Lorenzo Richardson had 10 apiece.
Jacob Hall scored 22 points for Cairo-Durham in the losing effort.
COXSACKIE-ATHENS (48): Bell 2-2-4-6; Ecker 6-2-3-14; Garvey 5-0-10; Richardson 4-2-2-10; Sterritt 3-0-8 (2); Totals: 20-6-9-48 (2).
CAIRO-DURHAM (30): Dewey …

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C-A HS News February 17th

As in past years, the Coxsackie Knights of Columbus will be offering a $500.00 scholarship to any graduating senior. Please stop to see Mrs. Weinstein in Student Services for more information about this scholarship.


Please stop in to Student Services to see the new scholarship for female students graduating in 2018.
*Delta Kappa Gamma International : Scholarship to advance the professional interest of women in education. *Bill Shrader, Sr. Memorial Scholarship : Awarded to runners from track or cross country who are planning to attend college. *Phi Delta Kappa Future Educator Scholarship : Awarded to students attending college to major …

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C-A Bowling Defeats Rensselaer

Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling Team for their win against Rensselaer yesterday! Coxsackie-Athens defeated Rensselaer with a score of 5-0. Top bowlers included:

Michael Taber: 268 high game; 747 series

Taylor Mignone: 220 high game; 547 series

Elijah Chewens: 187 high game; 524 series

C-A remains tied for 1st Place in the league with one match to go against Cairo Durham this Monday, 2-6-17. Good luck bowlers! …

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C-A bowlers continue winning ways

Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling Team for their win against Taconic Hills at home on Wednesday, 1/25! C-A defeated Taconic with a score of 5-0. Top scores included:
Michael Taber: 215 high game; 635 series
Devyn Bagley: 237 high game; 574 series
Isaiah Cerle: 213 high game; 548 series
Caden Schaefer: 189 high game
Next up, C-A faces Rensselaer at East Greenbush Lanes on Thursday, 2/2/17. Good luck bowlers! …

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Meet the 2017 E-Commerce class

Seated: Abby Draiss, Taylor Foster, Hailey Smith
2nd row: Vinny Watson, Joe Notabartolo, Kevin Lynch, Aidan Christine, Eric Post
3rd row: Devin Rexford, Cole Stannard, Devon Shader, Dakota Marsilio


 


Bowlers win again

Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling Team for their win against Taconic Hills at home on Wednesday, 1/25! C-A defeated Taconic with a score of 5-0. Top scores included:

Michael Taber: 215 high game; 635 series

Devyn Bagley: 237 high game; 574 series

Isaiah Cerle: 213 high game; 548 series

Caden Schaefer: 189 high game
Next up, C-A faces Rensselaer at East Greenbush Lanes next Thursday, 2/2. Good luck bowlers! …

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Justice sets the bar high

To achieve 100 of anything is a major feat. For Coxsackie-Athens’ Justice Middaugh, he stands amongst an elite class. The 160-pound junior wrestler has achieved 100 career wins on the mat spanning five years of competition.
The 100th career victory came at the Tieke Bernabi Tournament, which is lauded as one of the more difficult wrestling events in New York state.
With the victory, Middaugh became the first Indians’ wrestler to achieve a triple-digit win total and currently sits in first place all-time in career wins.
"It honestly felt like another match for me," Middaugh said. "Not only do I wrestle for personal …

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Coxsackie Delay Regents Schedule

January 23, 2017

With weather predictions calling for possible unsafe driving conditions tomorrow, Tuesday 1/24, the following plan will be put in place for student attendance and the administering of Regents Exams:

First, safety is our number one priority and all decisions will be made accordingly.

No Delays:
Full day session for grades K-4
½ day session for MS/HS, grades 5-12
Regents Exams given as scheduled.

Two-hour delay:
2-hour delay schedule for all students K-8; No breakfasts served.
No ½ day for grades 5-8; students attend class until normal PM dismissals.
Only those HS students who are taking the English Language Arts or Global History & Geography Regents …

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Coxsackie loses in tight game

Maple Hill 53, Coxsackie-Athens 51
CASTLETON -- Maple Hill came from behind in the fourth quarter to edge out Coxsackie-Athens 53-51 in Patroon Conference varsity boys basketball Friday.
The Indians held a 41-37 lead entering the final eight minutes of play before the Wildcats used a 16-10 fourth quarter rally to pull out the victory.
Austin Decker scored a team-high 17 points to lead Maple Hill while teammate Garrett Axtmann added 10.
C-A's Isaiah Garvey picked up a game-high 18 points as Lorenzo Richardson added 15.
COXSACKIE-ATHENS (51): Bell 3-0-1-6; Ecker 1-0-2; Garvey 6-2-4-18 (4); Oravsky 1-3-4-6 (1); Richardson 6-3-3-15; Sterritt 1-1-2-4 (1); Totals: 18-9-14-51 …

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Ithaca Concert at C-A

This week featured a concert put on by a Ithaca coral group called Ithacapella. It was a wonderful experience for our school and thanks goes to Mrs. Edwards for arranging it. …
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Coxsackie Wrestling Triumphs again

COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens picked up a huge Patroon Conference varsity wrestling victory on Thursday night, defeating Catskill 45-37 at home.
All 15 matches took place without a single forfeit and 12 were decided by pinfall. The fastest pin of the night came in 24 seconds by Richard Forbes of Catskill in the 152-pound division.
Results: 99 pounds — John Sitcer (CA) pinned Isiah Welch 0:46; 106 — Logan Campbell (C-A) pinned Zohaib Asif 1:57; 113 — Issac Davis (C) pinned Kyle Green 0:56; 120 — Abul Asif (C) pinned Evan Lane 1:15; 126 — Jesse Davies (C) def. Ethan Foster 2-1; 132 …

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Coxsackie News February 3rd

Please stop in to Student Services to see the new scholarship for female students graduating in 2018.
*Delta Kappa Gamma International : Scholarship to advance the professional interest of women in education. *Bill Shrader, Sr. Memorial Scholarship : Awarded to runners from track or cross country who are planning to attend college. *Phi Delta Kappa Future Educator Scholarship : Awarded to students attending college to major in education. *Center for Donation & Transplant Amy Bindelglass Memorial Scholarship : Awarded to a student who creates the most creative marketing campaign to recruit their peers to join the Donate Life Club to …

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C-A Bowling hands Catskill Patroon Loss

Coxsackie-Athens handed Catskill a patroon loss with a win of 4-0. Michael Taber contributed to the win with a high game of 268 and a 635 triple. Isaiah Cerle had a 222-604 and Taylor Mignone shot a 245-572. For Catskill, Kiora Christiana had a 243-607 and Jamie Olthoff picked up a 203-594.
Both teams are 8-1 on the season (39-6 points) and are tied for first in the Patroon. Via The Daily Mail …

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Fun Fact

You cannot snore and dream at the same time.

 


January 19th News

Attention all students in grades 9-12 - On Friday, January 20th there will be a dance in the HS cafeteria from 7:30 - 10 pm. THESE TIMES HAVE CHANGED FROM THE PREVIOUS ANNOUNCEMENT! The dance will start at 7:30 and end at 10 pm. The cost is still $3. Food, water and GLOW items will be sold so bring some extra $.


Attention 10th graders who have expressed an interest in attending Questar next year: Please stop in to see Mrs. Weinstein in Student Services to pick up your permission slip for next Friday's Field Trip. Thank you!



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Steven Maurer named C-A student of the month

Congratulations to 10th grader, Steven Maurer, who was nominated by Mrs. Decker and Mrs. Kearney as the Coxsackie-Athens High School Rotary Student of the Month! Steven, accompanied by his family and nominating teachers, were recognized at a lunch in his honor at the Quarry Steakhouse this past Wednesday! Great job to you, Steven! You make C-A proud!

 


Varsity Wrestling Dominates

CRARYVILLE — Coxsackie-Athens pitched a shutout on Thursday, blanking Taconic Hills 90-0 on the mats in Patroon Conference varsity wrestling.



All 10 of the matches that were completed were won by pinfall for the Indians.
The quickest pin of the afternoon went to Austin Wood, who secured his victory in 22 seconds.
The Indians head to the Jaime Mormile Tournament at Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk on Saturday at 9 a.m. Taconic Hills visits Greenville on Thursday at 6 p.m.
Results (C-A listed first): 99 pounds — John Sitcer pinned Shane Fallon at 0:35; 106 — Kyle Green forfeit; 113 — Logan Campbell forfeit; 120 — …

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Varsity Bowling 1st Place Patroon Conference

Bowlers who received individual awards were: Devyn Bagley, who took 1st Place High Game with a 240 and Isaiah Cerle who took 2nd Place Series with a 614. Other high scores include:

Taylor Mignone: 232 high game; 606 series
Michael Taber: 220 high game; 598 series
Elijah Chewens: 227 high game; 578 series

Next up, C-A faces Hudson on Tuesday at Catskill Lanes. Good luck bowlers! …

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CA-News Jan 17th

Attention Seniors! There are new scholarship opportunities have just been added to the Scholarship area in Student Services - come check them out. *Delta Kappa Gamma International : Scholarship to advance the professional interest of women in education. *Bill Shrader, Sr. Memorial Scholarship : Awarded to runners from track or cross country who are planning to attend college. *Phi Delta Kappa Future Educator Scholarship : Awarded to students attending college to major in education. *Center for Donation & Transplant Amy Bindelglass Memorial Scholarship : Awarded to a student who creates the most creative marketing campaign to recruit their peers to …
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Jadyn Coutte Named Player of the Year

Coxsackie-Athens defensive end Jaydn Coutte earned first-team status in Class C, while Chatham’s Noah Summers was named to the Class C third team as a defensive back and Taconic Hills’ Josh Ferrusi was named honorable mention as an offensive lineman in Class C.
Coutte, a 6-foot-5, 275-pound senior, led the Indians to a 6-4 record on the year, holding opponents to a 17.2 points per game average. The team picked up one shutout and held opponents to under 10 points three times. He was also named the Class C South Division Defensive Player of the Year.


 


C-A Bowlers win again

The Varsity Bowling Team defeated Rensselaer yesterday at Catskill Lanes with a score of 3-2. Top bowlers included:
Isaiah Cerle: 216 high game, 629 series
Michael Taber: 229 high game, 572 series
Elijah Chewens: 205 high game, 567 series
Next up, C-A faces all teams in the league at the Patroon Conference Tournament on Thursday 1/5. Good luck bowlers! …

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Zspace Virtual Reality to Computer Lab 177 in HS

Computer Lab 177 at Coxsackie-Athens High School is in the process of being converted into a Zspace virtual reality
lab. Check back soon for a story by C-A Circuit co-Editor-in-Chief Tiffany Gao. In the meantime, C-A Circuit
Photography Editor Molly Bliven took these photos of the lab being put together. For more information about Zspace,
see their website at http://zspace.com/
Zspace virtual reality lab
computer (photos by Molly
Bliven)


 


Justice Middaugh Places 5th

Congratulations to Justice Middaugh For placing 5th in section, marking the beginning of a successful season so far. Justice is 6-0 for the season. Only a few more wins until he will join the exclusive 100 win club. He would be the first Coxsackie-Athens wrestler in history to have 100 wins.

 


C-A Deals with Lead in Some Water Sources

​ C-A Circuit Staff Writer
Recently, all of the students in the Coxsackie-Athens School District
received a handout with information about the lead found in some of our
water sources. Two sources were found in the middle school and seven in
the high school. As was stated in the handout, the C-A superintendent, Mr.
Squier, had the water tested after he heard of the events in Flint, Michigan.
When nine of the sources were found to be contaminated, Mr. Squier
contacted Needham Associates and Questar III BOCES as well as the
district’s architects and engineers to resolve this issue. Mr. Squier wrote, “Depending on the results, our
actions could …

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Honor and High Honor Roll Raffle Winners

The winners of the honor and high honor roll raffle for an iTunes gift card or 2 movie passes are:
9th grade- Ayla VanKuren and Carly Isabell
10th Grade- Lauren Matter and Jazmine Brink
11th Grade- Justin Hatch and Olivia Baxter
12th Grade- Olivia Scully and Ashley Wixon


 


High School Spirit Week

HS WINTER SPIRIT WEEK

The High School Winter Spirit Week will begin this Friday, December 16th with Blue & White Day in excitement for the JV & Varsity boys and girls basketball games against Cairo-Durham. During 10th period, Student Council is hosting a Teachers VS Students Basketball Game, please sign up with Mrs. Weinstein in Student Services by Wednesday if you are interested in participating.

Monday, December 19th is Red & Green Day and kicks off the Annual Door Decorating Contest.

Tuesday, December 20th is Winter White Out (Wear all the white you can find!)

Wednesday, December 21st is Winter Wear Wednesday

(Sweater, …

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C-A Bowling Victory

The Varsity Bowling Team defeated Taconic Hills on Tuesday, 12/13 at The Cove in Great Barrington, MA with a score of 5-0. Top bowlers included:
Michael Taber: 254 high game, 647 series
Elijah Chewens: 252 high game, 638 series
Isaiah Cerle: 220 high game, 575 series
Kamryon Harrisr: 202 high game, 566 series …

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C-A Rolls By Cairo- Durham

Behind a 243 game from Michael Taber and a 238 rolled by Elijah Chewens, the Coxsackie-Athens Indians cruised past the Cairo-Durham Mustangs. 5-0, in Patroon Conference bowling action Thursday afternoon at Hoe Bowl Lanes in Catskill.
Taber was the high man on the afternoon, rolling a 624 triple to go along with his 243 game. A pin behind was Chewens with a 238-623 series.
For Cairo-Durham, Chris Morse led the way with a 222-535 series.
Coxsackie-Athens’ total wood on the afternoon was 3,310 and Cairo-Durham’s was 2,509.
The Indians improve to 3-1 on the season.


 


Select Choir

The CA High School Select Choir performed a holiday concert for the Coeymans-Ravena Women's Club on the evening of Tuesday, 12/6 at the Congregational Christian Church in Ravena. The club members, family and friends who attended the concert were amazed by the outstanding performance. Congrats to Mrs. Michele Edwards and the Select Choir!

 


Youth Leadership Conference

Thank you to Abbie Breen, Elizabeth Kearny and Amy Deck, who took eight of our students to the Youth Leadership Conference at Sage College on Thursday. These students, with their advisors, will be launching a student-led Character Ed program at C-A. …
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C-A wrestlers defeat Berlin

COXSACKIE -- Coxsackie-Athens picked up a dominant 72-18 victory over Berlin to kick off Patroon Conference wrestling action on Thursday night at home.
The Indians secured 11 wins by way of pin in the match with six of those coming in under one minute. Ethan Foster had the quickest victory of the night, pinning his opponent in just 14 seconds in the 126-pound division.
Results (C-A listed first): 99 pounds - Kyle Green won by forfeit; 106 - John Sitcer pinned Jake Harrison at 0:56; 113 - Evan Lane fell to Nick Tripeji at 1:58; 120 - Racel Dondas (BER) won by …

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Fire conditions at school.

Two fire trucks and two support vehicles responded from the Coxsackie Fire Department to a smoke condition in the cafeteria at Coxsackie-Athens High School. There was no fire and no injuries.

 


C-A Defeats Berlin in Wrestling

C-A Bests Berlin in a Contest with the final score 72-18. All of Coxsackie-Athens Wins were by pin. The fastest pin of the night belongs to C-A's Ethan Foster, With a pin of 14 seconds, tying the school record.

 


Bowling Defeats Chatham

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! …

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C-A Basketball Defeats Catskill

The boys varsity basketball team defeated Catskill on November 30th. The final score was 65-59.

 


Financial Aid Night In High School

There will be a financial aid night on Wednesday December 7th in the high school library from 6:30pm-7:30pm. The federal and state financial aid forms will be reviewed and explained by a financial aid advisor from Columbia-Greene Community College. All parents and faculty members are welcome to attend this program. …
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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 …

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C-A Catches the W against Taconic Hills

Coxsackie-Athens beats Taconic Hills 3-1. The winning block was made by Suvin Sanpal. Our Next Match is Nov.30th @Greenville MS gym. The match begins at 5:30 so come on out and support C-A ! …
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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 …

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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

 


School News December 7

Class of 2017 if you are planning on attending SUNY Oswego and you are interested in some of the Merit Scholarships they have to offer come to Student Services to pick up more information.

Seniors please look over the following information regarding three scholarships that you may be eligible.

The first scholarship is "Aspiring Fashion Professional" Scholarship. This is a $1,000 scholarship that will be awarded to students that are interested in pursuing a fashion degree at an accredited post-secondary school or college. Interested students can visit this link www.fashion-schools.organd find the scholarship located at the bottom of the page …

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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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Malls to close on thanksgiving learn more by clicking the link below

 


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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 …
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Quote

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

-Buddha


 


Joke

Jokes

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

Click on the link below to find out about the latest news on the foreseeable future

 
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 …
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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 …

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Attacks on e-commerce

click link below to look at what the police are doing about attacks on transactions through E-commerce

 

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

click on the link below for the NY times debate info,inputs, and recaps.

 


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 …

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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 …

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Counseling

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 …

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legalities of clown sightings

click on link below for more info!

 


Congrats!

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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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. …
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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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