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Athletic competition teaches boys that a winner is someone who respects his opponent and honors the game, who puts forth maximum effort, and strives to improve his skills and character.  Our teams succeed because our coaches emphasize good physical conditioning, sound fundamental skills, focused effort in both practices and games, and unselfish teamwork. Beginning in fifth grade, boys may participate on competitive teams.

Team Sports by Season

  • Soccer, Varsity (White)

Away
vs.
Fairfield Country Day
Tie 1-1
Fairfield Country Day School, Connecticut
TBD
vs.
Fieldston School
Win 2-1
Van Cortlandt Park - Parade Grounds - Field 4
Home
Rescheduled
League
vs.
St. David's
Central Park, Field 6
Away
League
vs.
Dalton
Loss 2-4
Randall's Island, Field 32
Away
League
vs.
Buckley
Tie 0-0
Randall's Island, Field 74
Away
vs.
St. Martin's
St. Martin, Long Island fields
Home
League
vs.
Collegiate
Central Park, Field 4
Away
vs.
Browning
Randall's Island, Field 7
Home
League
vs.
Trinity
Central Park, Field 5
Home
vs.
Horace Mann
Central Park, Field 5
Home
vs.
Buckley
Central Park, Field 5
Home
League
vs.
St. David's
Central Park, Field 6
Home
vs.
Parents
Central Park, Field 4

Team Coaches

  • Claude Miceli
  • Eugene Rice

Statistics

Overall Statistics
W L T %
1 1 2 50
League Statistics
W L T %
0 1 1 25

— Sportsman’s Song

“Today I play at Soccer,
For summer’s fun is fled,
And take from out my locker
My shirt of white and red;
Anon, when Baseball calls me
All in my red and white,
Whatever else befalls me,
I play with all my might.”