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• Interscholastic Athletic Start Dates 2017-2018
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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 75 teams: 30 varsity,16 junior varsity and 29 middle school teams.

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



Girls Varsity Volleyball Wins 2017 Nassau County Championship

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Girls Varsity Volleyball won the Nassau County Championship beating Massapequa at SUNY-Old Westbury.

Congratulations Nassau County Finalist Boys Badminton team

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Boys Badminton team made it to the Nassau County finals for the first time ever. In individual play, the following team members earned:

All County Honors: Ryan Selkirk & Terence O’Neil: All County doubles
All Conference: Rob Dumitriu, Peter Miecszkowski, Terrance O'Neil Jesse Scott, Ryan Selkirk, Jared Starman, Billy Tighe, George Ventura

Girls Swimmers Qualify for NY State Championships


The Girls' Varsity Swim Team had an amazing Division Championships! The 400 yd. Freestyle Relay Team of Freshman Kaylee Low, Sophomore Isabella Defonte and Juniors Kaley Skarren and Emily McDonnell not only won the event, but qualified for the NYS Championships as well as being the fastest team in the County. Kaley Skarren won the 100 yd & 200 yd Freestyle, both with NYS Qualifying times, Isabella Defonte won the 100 yd Backstroke with a NYS Qualifying time in addition to her previous 100 yd.Butterfly Qualifying time. McDonnell is the Division Champion in the 200 IM. County Championships are Nov 3 & 4.

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Cheerleaders Attend Annual Camp


The Long Beach Cheerleaders participated in a camp put on by nationally renowned cheerleading organization UCA. The cheerleaders learned dance routines, cheers and sidelines throughout the two days. They also learned new jumps and raised their stunting ability and are excited to use what they learned in the upcoming seasons and competitions.



Teemer Qualifies for USA World Team


Long Beach High School junior JACORI TEEMER turned in an outstanding performance by winning the U.S.A. Wrestling Cadet World Team Trials in Akron, Ohio this weekend. Teemer won 7 matches on the weekend including a sweep of the best 2 of 3 series in the finals verses the #2 ranked wrestler in the nation at 138 lbs.Sammy Sasso of Pennsylvania. The scores were technical fall victories by the score of 12-2 and 12-1. For his efforts, Jacori was voted the Outstanding Wrestler of the tournament. He will now represent the United States at the World Championships at 63 KG./138 lbs. in Greece in September. This is the equivalent to making the Olympic team for his age group. Teemer was the first 4X New York State Champion in Nassau County history this past season. He followed that up by winning the National High School Wrestling Championships in Virginia Beach in March. Teemer has verbally committed to attend Arizona State University to further his academic and wrestling careers under former Olympic team coach Zeke Jones.