Maple Hill Athletics - Home of the Wildcats
Schodack CSD believes participation in sports provides students unique opportunities and experiences that teach teamwork, good sportsmanship and other qualities supporting a well rounded education.
If you have a question about athletics, please e-mail Athletic Director Mark Bubniak or call him at (518) 732-7701, ext. 1140.
Winter Sports Awards Winners
Congratulations to the following Winter Sports Awards Winners: Posted 3/24/14.
- Boys Basketball:
- Co-MVP - Dante Prinzo and Tate Tibbitts
- MIP - Austin Seymour
- Girls Basketball:
- MVP - Lindsay Mannion
- MIP - Courtney Unser
- Boys Bowling:
- MVP - Jeremy Busdiecker
- MIP - Matt Fuller
- Girls Bowling:
- MVP - Michele Canestro
- MIP - Kelsey Pascetto
- Co-MVP - Jordan Healy and Jeremy Morris
- MIP - Alex Pomykaj
Patroon Conference Winter All-Stars
Congratulations to the following Patroon Conference Winter All-Stars: Posted 3/10/14.
- Girls Basketball:
- Lindsay Mannion - MVP
- Bella Nelson - 1st team
- Boys Basketball:
- Jordan Healy - 1st team
- Jeremy Morris - 1st team
- Tyler Winters - 1st team
- Phil Warren - 2nd team
- Boys Bowling (Colonial Council):
- Girls Bowling (Colonial Council):
- Michele Canestro - 1st team
Students Named Scholar Athletes for Excellence in Academics
Congratulations to the boys and girls basketball teams who were named Scholar Athlete teams by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. To receive the honor, each team had to earn a GPA of 90% or better for the quarter. Posted 2/26/14.
Basketball Programs Raise Money for American Cancer Society
The boys and girls basketball programs in the Patroon Conference raised $6,121.02 for the American Cancer Society through fundraising efforts by individual schools and the Coaches vs. Cancer weekend at The College of St. Rose. “The money raised this year was the most ever since we started making an annual donation in 2007,” said Athletic Director Mark Bubniak. “Since 2007 our Conference has raised a total of $34,488.37 to be donated. Thank you to everyone who donated and also The College of St. Rose which provides us the facility for the weekend free of charge.” Congratulations to everyone involved! Posted 2/18/14.
The Maple Hill girls basketball team visited The Miracle League of The Capital Region on Saturday, Feb. 8, an organization that provides sports opportunities to special needs athletes of all ages. The team visits each year, working with the league’s athletes. Great job! Click here to learn more about The Miracle League of The Capital Region... Posted 2/10/14.
As part of efforts to raise money to support the districts’ Athletics programs, the Maple Hill Booster Club has started a program where local businesses and organizations can make donations in return for a sign being posted at one of the district’s athletic fields. Two local businesses have already made donations through the program. For more information, click here… Posted 10/01/12.
Student Athletes Raise Money for American Cancer Society
The boys and girls basketball programs came together on Saturday, Jan. 18 in their games versus Chatham to raise money for Coaches vs. Cancer. Their efforts raised $600 to be donated to the American Cancer Society. Great job and thank you to everyone who contributed! Posted 1/22/13.
Maple Hill Youth Lacrosse is now registering student athletes for the 2014 season. Click here for a flyer with information… Posted 12/18/13.
Season Pass Available for 2013-14 Basketball Season
Maple Hill High School will again offer a season pass for the 2013-14 basketball season. The cost is $25. The pass allows individuals and their immediate family to attend any boys or girls non-tournament basketball games throughout the season. Passes can be purchased at the High School main office from Ms. Nichols or at the door before a game. Posted 11/25/13.
Girls Basketball Sets Section II Record
The Maple Hill girls basketball team set a Section II record for consecutive league victories on Dec. 4 with their 65-25 win over Cairo-Durham. The win was the team’s 113th straight Patroon Conference victory. Click here to read the story in The Record... Congratulations! Posted 12/05/13.
Students Name Scholar Athletes for Excellence in Academics
Congratulations to all six fall varsity teams who were named Scholar Athlete teams by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. To receive the honor, each team had to earn a GPA of 90% or better for the quarter. Posted 11/27/13.
The Maple Hill boys and girls basketball programs helped raise $2,100 for the Wounded Warrior Project through their Midnight Madness event on Nov. 10. Click here to see photos… Congratulations to our student-athletes and thank you to everyone who helped make the event a success! Posted 11/27/13.
For the third year in a row, Maple Hill’s boys basketball team volunteered their time on Nov. 24 with Equinox, preparing meals that will be delivered to those in need on Thanksgiving morning. Click here to see the photo in The Times Union… Great job! Posted 11/25/13.
Students Qualify for Cross Country Championships
Senior Jordan Healy and freshman Monica Strain qualified for the NYSPHSAA Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 9 at Queensbury High School. Jordan, qualifying for the 2nd year in a row, placed 3rd in the Class D race at the Section 2 Championships. Monica also placed 3rd in Class D in the girls’ race. On Saturday, Jordan will run at 9:25 a.m.; Monica will run at 11:10 a.m. Good luck! Posted 11/06/13.
To help families plan for summer vacation for 2014, here are the fall sports starting dates for 2014. Please note, all student-athletes who plan to try out for a team need to be in attendance or risk not having the opportunity to try out. Posted 12/02/12.
- Varsity/JV - August 18
- Modified - August 25
Lines Painted Pink in Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness
Maple Hill’s soccer field was the New York State Public High School Association’s photo of the week for its pink lines in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness. Thanks to Groundskeeper Chuck Thomas for painting the lines! Posted 10/04/13.
Student Athletes Support St. Peter’s ALS Regional Center
The boys varsity soccer team collected money for the St. Peter’s ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) Regional Center in honor of a Schodack alumnus diagnosed with the disease. The team also bought and wore shirts to honor the individual and to bring awareness of the disease after learning how it affects individuals and their families. Great job! Posted 9/09/13.