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Watervliet Athletics logoMichael Foust, Athletic Director

Erin Manning, Athletic Department Secretary

Athletic Office: (518) 629-3303
Athletic Office Fax: (518) 629-3262

 

CANNONEER ATHLETICS

 

Watervliet athletic gear available now

 

Media coverage previews Cannoneers first home game of 2014 season on new field

 bullet graphicWatervliet football team to break in new field at first home game (Sept. 12, WTEN News 10)

 bullet graphicWatervliet to light it up (Sept. 11, Troy Record)

 bullet graphicField of dreams a reality (Sept. 11, Times Union)

 

Friday Night Lights in Watervliet

Watervliet's first home football game of the 2014 season is this Friday night (Sept. 12) at 7:05 p.m. under the lights on the district's beautiful new turf field. It marks the first time “Friday Night Lights” will take place in Watervliet, and marks the dawn of a new era for not only Cannoneer Athletics, but also for the school district and the city. Watervliet district officials invite you to this wonderful event, which commences with a grand opening at 6:20 p.m. with Superintendent of Schools Dr. Lori Caplan. This game will also be televised live on Time Warner Sports Channel 50, so remember to set your DVRs! Tickets to the game are: $3 for adults (community members, parents, faculty, staff, alumni, etc.) and $1 for students (if from opposing school, need valid student id).

‘Vliet Athletes in the News (Fall 2014)

 bullet graphicConsistency, confidence pay off in Cannoneers first win of season (Sept. 6, Saratogian)

 bullet graphicWatervliet football preps for 2014 season (Sept. 5, Troy Record)

 bullet graphicTU offers Class C rankings in predicted order of finish (Sept. 2, Times Union)

 

FALL SPORTS INFORMATION NIGHT

Monday August 25, 6pm WJSHS Cafeteria

This informational meeting is for all parents/guardians of student athletes participating in a fall 2014 sport (football, girls soccer, boys soccer, girls volleyball, boys & girls cross country, fall cheerleading). Coaches will be there to answer any questions you may have, as well as go over everything involved with being a student athlete at WJSHS.
If you have any questions, please email Athletic Director Michael Foust or call (518) 629-3303. Hope to see you there!

Attention 2014 football players: summer schedule for practices, physicals and more is available download info sheet

 

Fall sports practices to begin week of August 18


Athletic schedules online

All Watervliet City School District sports schedules are now available online through ColonialCouncil.org. Click here to access to Watervliet’s athletics schedule.
Once you access this site, you will be able to subscribe for text messages and e-mail notifications for all athletic teams, including event reminders and change notifications.

Fitness Center public hours

The Fitness Center at WJSHS will be open to the public on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-8 p.m. Residents who are interested in using the facility will need to fill out a the Fitness Center waiver. Call the WCSD Athletic Department at 629-3303 for more information.

 


Watervliet Athletics Archives (2013-14)

Watervliet Athletics Archives (2012-13)

Watervliet Athletics Archives (2011-12)


 

Quick links heading

ATHLETIC links

2014-15 Athletic Handbook (PDF)

Athletic Department Staff

Sports Parenting Information

Athletic Archives:
2011-12 | 2012-132013-14

Community Links

Concussion Management Plan

Facilities Use Information

Fitness Center Handbook/Application

Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame Nomination Form 

Guardians Corporation

Parent/Coach Communication (PDF)

Physical Education Curriculum

Physical Forms

Schedules

Scholar Athletes

School Records

Team Web Pages

Varsity Club

Vliet Gear

Subway Athletes of the Month

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NY Capital Sports

www.nycapitalsports.net
This site keeps all Colonial Council Sports information including standings and stats for each sport along with pictures and Capital area sports stories.

The Watervliet City School Athletics Department believes that student-athletes grow mentally, physically, and socially through their involvement in sports. Hopefully, this growth will result in a healthy lifestyle which will be prevalent throughout their lives.

Watervliet City School is governed by the New York State High School Athletic Association, Section 2, and the Colonial Athletic Conference, competing as a Class “B/C” sized school.