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Port Jefferson Athletics

Address: 350 Old Post Road, Port Jefferson, NY 11777
Phone: (631) 791-4441
Fax: (631) 476-4403

Mr. Adam Sherrard, Director of Health, Physical Education, Athletics and Nursing
Mrs. Cathy Hoffman, Secretary for Health, Physical Education, Athletics and Nursing
Ms. Cortney Evola, Athletic Trainer

 

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Athletic Placement Process (APP)

Must be recommended by the coach and pass all physical requirements to participate at the high school level of competition. Contact the athletic office with any questions.

 

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First Career Victory for Royals Coach

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Port Jefferson School District coach Bryan Vaccaro was celebrated on his first career victory as varsity boys soccer coach for the Royals. On Sept. 14 the Royals defeated Smithtown Christian 2-0. This was the first win of the season for the team and the first win in Coach Vaccaro’s first season as varsity boys soccer head coach for Port Jefferson.

“We are very excited for Coach Vaccaro,” Athletic Director Adam Sherrard said. “He brings enthusiasm and excitement to the field every day. His positivity is definitely having an impact on the team as they continue to improve throughout the season. Whether in the classroom teaching social studies or on the athletic field, Coach Vaccaro is always pushing his students and himself to perform at their best.”

The Port Jefferson School District is looking forward to many more victories that Coach Vaccaro and the varsity boys soccer team will be bringing to the athletic program.

Date Added: 9/20/2022

And They’re Off!

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The Port Jefferson School District girls and boys cross-country student-athletes participated in the Jim Smith Invitational on Sept. 10 at Sunken Meadow State Park. The meet is named after Port Jeff’s legendary coach who led the Royals to state titles in 1974 and 1976. The first meet of the season was arranged so that each grade level is a separate race/division. A high finish in any of the races at Jim Smith is a good indication for later-season success as well as proving who put in quality work over the summer.

Eighth grader Blake Weaver finished the run at 8:08 minutes. Sophomore Gwen Connelly was Suffolk’s first finisher – a big breakthrough for Gwen, who now has to be considered for the Class D title with more improvement. Great efforts were evident from student-athlete Colin Veit, who ran under 18:34 – an excellent time for early-season sophomores. Senior Brendan Capodanno ran 17:55; he will look to lead Port Jefferson’s much-improved team to the Class D title in November. Brendan ran a huge Sunken Meadow Personal Record of 18:00 over the summer.

Port Jeff will be hard to beat for the team title based on Jim Smith results.

Date Added: 9/15/2022