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2019 High School Fall Sports First Day of Practice Schedule


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2019 High School Fall Sports First Day of Practice Schedule

Pictured below are members of Varsity Girls Track Team who qualified for Nassau County Meet. Congratulations to the girls! The team qualified the largest group of athletes in years. Thank you to Coaches Grahlfs, Butler, Vaeth, Quinn and Milone for all support of the team.

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Congratulations to junior Tori Famighetti on earning All-County honors. It took the number #1 seed to knock her out of the county tournament! Picture below is Tori with Coach Andy Rossi.


Congratulations to Jared Starman & John Aebly for winning High School Physical Education badminton tournament.


Congratulations to Long Beach High School graduate Tariq Cole on signing with the Arizona Cardinals!



Hockey Team Wins State Championship


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Congratulations Hockey Team for winning New York State AAU championship. With a sharp defensive effort lead by the Tournament MVP sophomore goaltender Kieran Byrne, the Marines stifled a tough Roy-Hart/Barker/Medina team to coast to a 3-1 victory to capture the State crown.


Swimmers Excel at NY State Meet

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(Left to Right) Coach Lynn Volosevich, Elias Richter, Eric Sengenberger, Keane Albright, Ryan Aroesty, Aidan Kennedy, Griffen Schimmel, Coach John Skudin

Led by Ryan Aroesty, who finished 2nd in the 100 Fly and 3rd in the 50 freestyle, the Long Beach High School Swim team place 7th overall in the State at the 2019 New York State Swimming and Diving Championships. Ryan broke school records in both events and earned All-State honors as well as All-American Consideration. Sophomore Griffen Schimmel finished 9th in the 500 Freestyle and the team of Aroesty, Aidan Kennedy, Eric Sengenberger and Keane Albright finished fourth in the 200 Freestyle Relay. Congratulations to all our the student-athletes and Coaches John Skudin and Lynn Volosevich on a great accomplishment.



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Above is the Long Beach High School Hockey team celebrating their 3-2 victory against Cold Spring Harbor on Thursday, 2/14 at the Long Beach Arena in Game 2 of the Nassau County finals. The best 2 our of 3 series is tied 1-1 with the final game on Friday, 2/15 at 9 p.m. at Eisenhower Park Ice Arena (also know as Northwell Arena).




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Congratulations to Emily McDonnell and Taz Quinn for being named Long Beach High School Outstanding Physical Education Students of the year. Pictured above with Emily and Taz is Physical Education teacher Mr. Ian Butler.




Pictured above are Zahmel Goins, Unsung Hero Award Winner, Luca Salerno, All-County Honorable Mention and Alex Ramirex, National Football Foundation and All-Conference honorees. These student-athletes were honored at the Nassau County Football Gridiron dinner held on December 5th. Congratulations to all three of these student-athletes on their achievements!




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Long Beach High school welcomed alumni from our wrestling program at the 15th Annual Battle of the Beach tournament. Head Varsity Coach Ray Adams announced each alum who met at the center of the gym. 400 junior varsity and varsity wrestlers from 16 schools attended the event held on November 30 and December 1st at Long Beach High School



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Pictured above are members of the Long Beach High School Varsity Boys Basketball team who beat Oceanside to win the Art Heyman Basketball Classic on November 30th. Gerard Burns was named the games Most Valuable Player.




Above are members of the Long Beach High School Varsity Cheerleading team participating in the Oceanside Battle at the Sea Cheer Competition on Saturday, December 1st.

Congratulations to Kaley Skarren on being selected as the Section 8 winner of Sportsmanship Award at the New York State Swimming meet. Kaley is shown below with Coach Lynn Volosevich


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Girls Volleyball Wins State Championships 


Congratulations to the Long Beach High School Girls Volleyball Team for being named State Champions! They earned this accomplishment in a triumph against Victor on Nov. 18 at the Cool Insuring Arena in Glen Falls.

Long Beach wins first L.I. crown 
Long Beach was in unfamiliar territory in Sunday night’s Long Island Class AA girls’ volleyball championship match against Commack before a jam-packed Farmingdale State College gymnasium.

The Lady Marines squandered a two-set lead and were facing elimination for the first time since being swept on last year’s L.I. finals stage.

“We just had to dig deep,” senior Emma McGovern said. “We were determined not to leave the court without a plaque.”

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Talented trio leads Long Beach 

It was a bit more suspenseful than Long Beach girls' swim coach Lynn Volosovech might have preferred.

In the last heat of the last event at the Nassau championships Nov. 3, the Lady Marines swam a season-best 3:42.35 in the 400-yard freestyle relay, qualifying for the state championships at Ithaca College this upcoming weekend. The clutch win ensured Long Beach its second straight five-event presence at the state meet, as three of its relay crew also qualified in individual races.

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Pictured above are Coach Kerri Rehnback and members of the Girls Varsity Volleyball team at the New York City Marathon as Coach Rehnback is nearly finished. Congratulations to Coach Rehnback for completing her first marathon and a special "shout out" to the girls for going to support their coach!!

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Surrounded by the Division Championship members of the Girls’ Varsity Swim Team, Seniors Kaley Skarren, Emily McDonnell and Junior Isabella Defonte qualified for the NYS Championships representing Nassau County next month in Ithaca, NY. Skarren, who qualified in the 200 yd & 100 yd Freestyle events, was the County Champion last year, in addition to breaking the school record in the 200 yd Freestyle and was a member of 2 All-American Relay Teams. McDonnell & Defonte will be competing in the 100 yd Backstroke. Defonte is currently ranked #1 in the County in that event.


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Congratulations to Boys Varsity Soccer team on Nassau County quarterfinal playoff win at Westbury 3-2!

Please find links on the page for all forms including Physical and Health History/Parental Permission forms and Interscholastic Athletic Start Date Information Sheet. Additionally, please click here for the Fall First Day of High School Practice/Tryout Schedule.


• Interscholastic Information
Interscholastic Information - Spanish
• Interscholastic Athletic Start Dates 2019-2020
Interscholastic Athletic Start Dates 2019-2020 - Spanish
• Physical Forms
• Health History/Parental Permission - English
Health History/Parental Permission - Spanish
• NYSPHSAA Parent and Student Concussion Information Sheet

Long Beach has a rich tradition in athletics. This tradition is testimony to our excellent athletes, our excellent coaching staff, administrative support and parents who value athletic involvement for their children. Athletics plays an important part in the life of our district. Young people learn a great deal from participation in interscholastic athletics. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition and how to win and lose gracefully are integral parts of our athletic program. Athletic participation also plays an important part in helping students develop a healthy self-concept as well as a healthy body. Athletic competition also improves school spirit and helps students develop pride in their school.

Currently, the Long Beach City School District interscholastic athletic program is comprised of 85 teams: 34 varsity, 20 junior varsity and 31 middle school teams.

Arnie Epstein
Director of Health, Phys. Ed. & Athletics
897-2069 or 897-2075





Looking forward to Updating Athletic News during the 2018-19 Season!