Grades 2nd to 5th: 11:00 to 12:00pm
- Introduction to advanced skills taught in a fun a positive
atmosphere. Skills will be practiced at game-like intensity to prepare athletes for future competition.
Grades 6th to 12th: 12:00 to 1:00pm
- High intensity training sessions designed to increase player’s skill level, basketball IQ and competitiveness.
Sundays *4 sessions* @ SWR HS
$50 – Register at Below
Contact: Adam Lievre at Lievre23@yahoo.com with Name and Grade of player(s) registering
See you at the Run - Register in Person!
Paper Registration - Bring Day Of...
Questions? Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Jordan McClintock and I am a senior at Shoreham Wading River High School. Most students get their vision, hearing and vitals checked as part of their routine physicals. Surprisingly, we still overlook the most important organ: the heart. Sudden cardiac arrest isn’t just an issue that occurs in adulthood. Thousands of teens die every year because of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). In younger victims, survival rate hovers around only 5%. Research shows that an ECG in addition with a physical exam and complete medical history is the best way to prevent sudden cardiac arrest. According to studies 1 out of 100 students that attend a heart screening will discover a heart condition. Cardiovascular screening in athletes is routinely practiced and sanctioned by major sporting and medical associations such as the American Heart Association (AHA) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC). These screenings are not usually covered by health insurance.
Your child has an opportunity to receive a free heart screening on October 14, 2017 from 9 AM to 3 PM in the Prodell Middle School Gyms. This program is of no cost to our district nor families who have student athletes between the ages of 12 to 25. Currently, SWR student athletes have priority and can secure appointment spots. On September 15, the screening will become available to the student athletes of surrounding communities. Parents can register their children, find forms and more information here!
My family runs a golf outing every other year in honor of my brother Tom who passed away in 1986. Since 1986 we have been giving a scholarship in his honor at Calhoun HS in Merrick where we grew up. We have been giving a $3,000 scholarship annually. A few years ago we decided to expand the scholarship to include an outstanding student athlete at SWR HS. Each year we give $1,000. The past winners have been Bobby Puckey (Ithaca College Football), Chris Rosati (Salve Regina Football) & Chris Sheehan (Salve Regina Lacrosse). To date we have given over $90,000 in scholarships and $80,000 to the Calhoun Sports Boosters for improvements to Calhoun athletic facilities. Thank you for time and consideration. I have attached a flyer with the information. If anyone has any questions, please give me a call 631-942-7318.
$100 register and pay online here
Questions? Email here
DODGE FOR A CURE
Open to 5th , 6th and 7th Graders
Friday, April 21, 2017
6:30 to 8:30PM
Prodell Middle School Gymnasium
Tournament Style – 6v6 Round Robin
Register as a team or an individual
$10 per person
$50 for a full team of 6
Cash or check made out to:
Lax Out Cancer
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO LAX OUT CANCER
Middle School Cafeteria
April 3 – 7th, April 17-21
Any questions, please email
NO DRINKS OR SNACKS ALLOWED IN THE GYMNASIUM.
REFRESHMENTS AND SNACKS WILL BE SOLD
DUE TO LIMITED SPACE, NO SPECTATORS.
$50 – Checks payable to: Wildcat Athletic Club or pay online
WHAT IS TRASHCAN LACROSSE? Event is open to boys and girls!
Trashcan lacrosse is a fun and exciting way to teach young players the concepts of transition, finishing, playing fast, all while having a great time! Game play is 2 v 2. Players must wear helmet or goggles, and gloves are optional. Tennis balls are used so that shots are not dangerous. Team on defense must always have a person playing goal. There are no out of bounds. Players must chase every loose ball to retain or gain possession. Teams must clear the ball above the 10-yard cone to get possession. Person playing goal can only use stick and shins to make saves. Any part of the body touches the ground will result in a goal. Each game has an official. Games are played first team to score 2 goals. Tournament format will be decided once registration for event is completed.
FRIDAY, March 24th at Pure North Fork in Wading River from 7 to 10pm
Just $50 per person , Open Bar/Food all night!
Please Join us
SWR GIRLS LACROSSE
Friday - March 3, 2017
7 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Pure North Fork Craft and Bistro
141 Fairway Drive, Wading River
(located at Great Rock Golf Club)
Tickets $50.00 per person
Includes Hors d’oeuvres, Beer, Wine & Soda
50/50 Raffle • Chinese Auction
Purchase tickets online at -
Any questions - Call/text Paula Constant at (516) 458-1492
Thank you for your Support!