Welcome to the Athletics Website
Weekly Schedule for December 2nd through December 7th
VARSITY CHEERLEADING Wins 1st Place at Mepham Fall Classic Competition
Coach: Amy Serr
On Sunday, November 17th, the Glen Cove Varsity Cheerleaders attended the Mepham Fall Classic Competition. This is the first year Mepham has held this competition, and they had a total of eleven teams in attendance. The teams were broken up into divisions: non-tumble, small, medium, large and super-large varsity. The Glen Cove Varsity Cheerleading Team took home the first place title in the non-tumble division; competing against New Hyde Park, Lynbrook and Westbury.
Congratulations to all of our cheerleaders and good luck at the Valley Stream Competition on Sunday, December 8th!
CONGRATULATIONS Glen Cove Football "Big Four Champions" Conference III
Welcome to the Glen Cove City School District’s Interscholastic Athletic webpage. Participation in interscholastic athletics is available to all students in grades 7-12.
The Glen Cove School District realizes the importance of a quality interscholastic program in the community as well as its role in the health and physical education of students. Athletics should be a broadening experience in which harmony of mind-body functions is created through striving for physical and mental excellence. This value- building experience should be offered to as many students as possible. A well-coordinated program is vitally important to the morale of the school and our community.
Everyone involved in the delivery of athletics possesses a unique opportunity to teach positive life skills and values. Therefore, this educational experience demands highly qualified coaches. Desire, dedication and self-discipline need to be developed in order to ensure the commitment and personal sacrifices required by athletes. Making such a commitment helps to nurture integrity, pride, loyalty and overall character. The final outcome is a better citizenry carrying these values throughout their life.
It is the nature of athletic competition to strive for victory. However, the number of victories is only one criterion when determining a season’s success. Guiding the team to attain maximum potential is the ultimate goal. To this end, the coaching staff must teach student/athletes to prepare their minds and bodies in order to reach maximum potential, and then to be modest in victory and steadfast in defeat.
Please refer to the links on this page for further information about all of the athletic experiences offered through the Glen Cove Schools.