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Throughout the year, the athletic department will make announcements, post photos and share sporting news on the Athletic News & Photos webpage. Don't miss out, check it out! [NEWS & PHOTOS]
About DCS athletics
The Duanesburg Central School District offers students numerous opportunities to develop and recognize their talents in sports. More than 10 different sports programs are available across three seasons, including baseball, basketball, bowling, cheerleading, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, track and field, volleyball and wrestling.
The district is a member of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association, competing as a Class D school in Section II. League affiliation is with the Western Athletic Conference.
Sports schedules on schedulestar.com
Schedulestar.com is an online service devoted solely to covering high school sports. Users can find the most up-to-date and accurate schedules for all DCS sports at all levels, in addition to practice schedules, driving directions, schedule changes, updated scores and stats and pictures. Sports schedules are available by day, week, month and season. You can also sign-up to receive e-mail notification of changes to the sports schedule, as well as when scores and stats have been updated online. Notifications can be sent to your e-mail account or as a text message to your cell phone. VISIT SCHEDULESTAR.COM
Follow us on Twitter
Athletic Director Penny Hardenstine is making it even easier for students, parents, coaches and community members to be in know about the Duanesburg Athletic Department through Twitter. Sign up for a free Twitter account at Twitter.com and start following SportsDCS to get reminders and announcements.
Booster club plays a vital role
The Booster Club plays a vital role in assisting the school district’s athletic department by providing financial support to student-athletes and athletic programs. Each year, the club raises money to support, promote and celebrate the accomplishments of all district athletes. In past years, the club has helped purchase non-budgeted items, such as uniforms, awards for sports banquets, pep rallies, and scholarships and flowers for graduates.
Concussion information for parents
A concussion is a reaction by the brain to a jolt or force
that can be transmitted to the head by an impact or blow occurring anywhere on
the body. Essentially a concussion results from the brain moving back and forth
or twisting rapidly inside the skull.
The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has prepared a “Fact Sheet for Parents and Caregivers.” Click to download.
For more information, contact Director of Physical Education Penny Hardenstine at 895-5350, ext. 224.