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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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State Bound!

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The Port Jefferson varsity wrestling team has qualified for the NYSPHSAA Wrestling Dual Meet Championship. After a tough loss in the Division 2 Suffolk County finals to Elwood-John Glenn, 32-27, the Royals qualified for the At-Large Bid for the state tournament. This is determined based on the number of returning All-County wrestlers, wrestlers with more than 20 wins and overall team record. The Royals are seeded seventh out of 12 teams in the Division 2 tournament. The team will leave Friday morning for Syracuse, New York, and compete in the dual meet championship on Saturday, Jan. 28 at the SRC Arena and Events Center.

Date Added: 1/24/2023

Division 2 Finals!

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The Royals hosted the Shoreham-Wading River Wildcats in the semifinals of the Division 2 dual meet wrestling championships on Jan. 18.

With a great team effort, the Royals battled throughout the game. The contributions from team members kept the match close. With two weight classes left to compete, the Royals were trailing 33-27. Cade Delgado came up huge, winning his match 12-3 and earning the Royals four points, which set the stage for Nick Comito. With the Royals trailing 33-31, Nick needed a victory for the team to advance to the finals. He was trailing 1-0 with less than a minute left, but was able to get an escape followed by a take-down with 20 seconds left to go up 3-1. Nick finished it off from there, securing a 6-1 victory and propelling the Royals to a 34-33 victory. 

“Whether they were out on the mat or encouraging teammates from the bench, it was an outstanding performance by the team,” Athletic Director Adam Sherrard said. “I look forward to the team bringing that same energy to the Division 2 championships against Elwood-John Glenn.”

The Royals advance to the championship match on Saturday, Jan. 21, at 3 p.m. at Bay Shore High School. 

Date Added: 1/19/2023

Running Like the Wind!

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They did it again. The Port Jefferson Royals girls relay team of Gwen Connelly, Maggie Johnston, Alexa Jacobs and Jenna Jacobs set another school record on Jan 15. This time the foursome beat the 14-year-old school record in the 4x200 relay at the Stanner Games at the Armory Track and Field Center with a time of 1:53.75. Bravo, Royals!

Date Added: 1/17/2023

Millrose Games Trials

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On Wednesday, January 11 at the Millrose Games Trials at The Armory in New York City, the Port Jefferson 4x400 relay team of Jenna Jacobs, Maggie Johnston, Alexa Jacobs and Gwen Connelly set a new school record of 4:16.16. This broke the previous record of 4:23.26 the foursome set back in December. The record performance also qualified the squad for the Millrose Games on Saturday, February 11 at The Armory.
 
The Millrose Games is one of the world's most premier indoor track and field events. The Millrose Games features top quality competition from the youth through professional level.

Date Added: 1/13/2023

Another School Record! 

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On Jan. 5, senior Jenna Jacobs broke the 25-year-old school record in the 55-meter dash at the Jim Howard Meet at Suffolk County Community College with a time of 7.45. This is the fourth school track and field record Jenna has broken going back to last spring. Jenna previously broke the school 100-meter record as well as the school record as a member of the 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams. 

Date Added: 1/6/2023