2013-14 Sports Schedules
"Victory when possible;
BKW student chosen as Section 2
March 20, 2014
Congratulations to senior Delaney Martin for her selection as a Section 2 Girls' Basketball Scholar Athlete!
BKW alumna sets college record
Feb. 20, 2014
Mary Salo, a 2013 BKW graduate, is now Cazenovia College women basketball's record holder for most blocked shots in a single season. Congrats Mary! READ MORE
Lady Bulldogs at the head of WAC South
Feb. 4, 2014
Congratulations to the BKW Girls Varsity Basketball team who finished their season as the 2014 WAC South Co-Champions with an impressive record of 9-1!
BKW Boys Soccer Team Honored With Awards
Dec. 30, 2013
The league champion Berne-Knox-Westerlo Boys Soccer
Team received numerous awards at this year’s Section II soccer banquet
held Dec. 8 at the Holiday Inn in Saratoga Springs. Pictured in the
photo (left to right) are: Maclin Norray (First Team All-League,
Southern Division MVP, Section II Class C Player of the Year and Fifth
Team Small School All-State); Nick Nagengast, Sam Abbott, Travis Fairlee,
and Trevor Haack (all named to the First Team Southern Division Western
Athletic Conference All-Star Team; and Coach Jim Gillis (Section
II Class C Coach of the Year). Missing from the photo are Jimmy McGill,
the sixth member of this year's team named to the First Team All-Star
Team. Congratulations to all the boys for not only helping to win the
school’s first league championship in 10 years but their post season
Nov. 6, 2013
Congratulations to the BKW Girls Cross-Country team, who won the 2013 Cross Country Western Athletic Conference Championships at Fort Plain Central Schools on Oct. 22, and placed second in the Women's 5k Class D Sectional race on Friday, Nov. 1 at Queensbury High School.
Based on their finish times at Sectionals, runners Allie Tedeschi and Annielaura Shafer qualified for the State Championships, which were held in Queensbury Nov. 9.
A note on BKW athletic program standards
Athletics provide an opportunity to develop qualities of sportsmanship, citizenship, and personal discipline in addition to physical athletic skills. BKW student athletes are expected to represent themselves, their school and community in a positive and respectful manner.
Participation in the BKW athletic program is a privilege, not a right. Regulations are in effect 24 hours a day, seven days a week. BKW is proud of the successful athletic program it maintains. The high standard of conduct to which we hold our athletes helps us to uphold this positive representation.
Our athletic code addresses attendance, academic eligibility, alcohol, tobacco & drugs, and citizenship and sportsmanship, among other factors. Code violations can result in discipline ranging from game suspensions to removal from the team.
All current athletes are given an athletic handbook. Extra copies of this document are available in the Secondary School office.
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