Office of Athletics, Health & Physical Education

Home of the "Clippers"

Patrick Hayes, Director of Athletics, Health & Physical Education

 

Welcome to the Athletic Department of the South Country Central School District, home to the Bellport Clippers.

Interscholastic athletics are an integral part of the educational process of the South Country School District. Athletics is an enriching experience that allows the student athlete to explore the physical and mental excellence within themselves. The South Country's School District’s goal is to develop a competitive athletic program without losing sight of educational values such as sportsmanship, health and scholastic attainment.

The South Country School District has a high participation rate in a well-rounded program of individual and team sports. Bellport athletics offers sports that include varsity, junior varsity and modified programs for students in grades seven through twelve. Our teams and student-athletes have distinguished themselves with winning records and championships in the Section XI, and New York State competitions and nationally recognized. Many teams have been recognized for their combined grade-point average through the NYSPHSAA team Scholar-Athlete program. We are proud of our accomplishments and invite you to take a moment to explore our website.

We wish all our teams a safe and healthy season. #ClipperPride

For more information about our athletics, physical education, and health programs please contact: PHayes@southcountry.org.


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Spring Sports Information 2023-2024

Physicals
All students interested in playing a Winter sport must have a current sports physical.
The South Country School District will be providing physicals.


HS Physical Appointments

February 27th starting at 9:45am & March 12th starting at 9:45am, at the BHS Health Office

Please call to reserve an appointment 631 730-1580.

 

MS Physical Appointments

March 12th starting at 10:45am, at the BMS Health Office

Please call to reserve an appointment 631 730-1633. 


High School Sports Tryouts

Spring Sports, March 11, 2024

 

Physical Appointments
Bellport High School: February 27th & March 12th, starting at 9:45am at the BHS Health Office 

Please call to reserve an appointment 631 730-1580.

 

HS Spring Sports Coaches:

 

Boys' Baseball

Varsity Coach: Joe Murphy - Email

JV Coach: Donald Schaaf - Email

Varsity Girls' Golf

Coach: Glen McAvoy - Email 

Boys' Lacrosse

Varsity Coach: Jake Murphy - Email

JV Coach: Kevin D'Angelo

JV Coach: Kyle Moodt - Email

Girls' Lacrosse

Varsity Coach: Courtney Pabst - Email

JV Coach: Robert Nofi - Email

JV Coach: Samantha Parente - Email

Girls' Softball

Varsity Coach: Kate Cutrone - Email

JV Coach: Jennifer Kelly - Email

Varsity Boys' Tennis

Coach: Charles Valentine - Email 

Varsity Boys' Track

Coach: Don Nelson - Email 

Varsity Girls' Track

Coach: Daniel Jennings - Email 

Unified Basketball

Coach: Peter Grossi - Email

Coach: Tracy Kellerman - Email 

Unified Bowling

Coach: Donielle Brower - Email

Coach: Dawn Reuter - Email

 

 

Middle School Sports Tryouts

Spring Sports, March 25, 2024

MS Spring Sports Registration opens on: 2/26/24


MS Spring Sports Coaches:

 

Boys' Baseball

Coach: Vincenzo Tomasi - Email 

Boys' Lacrosse

Coach: Dequan Owens - Email 

Boys' Tennis

Coach: TBD 

Boys' Track

Coach: Garett Watkins - Email

Coach: Joshua Nicolas - Email

Girls' Track

Coach: Zachary Milack - Email

Coach: Lindsey Olsen - Email

Girls' Softball

Coach: Thomas Beemer - Email

Girls' Lacrosse 

Coach: Kenneth Hinchman - Email

 

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(HS Spring Sports Registration Opens-2/12/24 )
(MS Spring Sports Registration Opens-2/26/24)
 

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In the News

South Country wrestler takes first place

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The South Country School District congratulates eighth grader wrestler Camryn Howard, who recently took first place in the 68 kg freestyle tournament, outscoring his opponents 54-9US at the U.S. Open Wrestling Championships in Las Vegas. The tournament serves as an age group qualifier for the right to represent the U.S. at the world-level competition. Howard finished with a 5-0 record and will be Team USA's representative in 68 kg at the UWW Pan-American Championships in June. He competed in the Greco-Roman tournament, as well, where he compiled a 4-1 record and second-place finish. Howard also holds All-County and All-State titles, which he first earned as a seventh grader.

Date Added: 5/13/2024

Unified Bowling completes successful season

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Bellport High School’s Unified Bowling team recently completed their first season in the Section XI Unified Bowling league. The successful season brought students together and fostered friendships and sportsmanship. The district extends its congratulations on a job well done to all the athletes.

Date Added: 4/9/2024

Top South Country softball player

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The South Country School District congratulates senior Giulia Gannon, who was named to Newsday’s Top 100 Long Island softball players list. She was recognized for hitting .400 with a .468 OBP, six doubles, two triples and 15 RBIs. She also scored 14 runs and stole 11 bases.

Date Added: 4/4/2024

South Country BOE recognizes winter athletes

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The South Country School District Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools Antonio Santana honored high-performing winter athletes and presented them with certificates of achievement during a board meeting on March 20. Those honored included the varsity girls basketball team, who made it to the county championships; runner Ella Masem, who earned third place in the 1,000-meter state championship race; and eighth grade wrestler Camryn Howard, who took third place in the state wrestling championship in the 138-pound weight class.

Date Added: 3/29/2024