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Congratulations to the bowling club as the team finished in second place in the state wide team competition.  On the individuals’ side of things – Austin Benoit was our top guy finisher – 15th overall and Sarah Brosseau was the top female finisher at 16th overall.

Tryouts for all spring sports will take place next Monday.  Be sure to listen here later this week for the exact times and locations of our opening week of spring sports.

Attention varsity student athletes in the Class of 2018 – if you earned a varsity letter this year and have not yet been measured for your senior varsity jacket please stop by Mr. Campagna’s office and do so.  There is no charge for the jacket; it is a gift from the Booster Club.

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Good Luck to the SABIS Cheerleaders at the States this Sunday.  The competition will be held at Wachusett Regional High School, 1401 Main Street, Holden, MA.  For those going to cheer them on, you should arrive to the event by 3pm.  Price:  $10 adult; $7 children.

Good Luck to the SABIS Bowling Club at the States this weekend.  They will held at Greylock Bowl, 41 Roberts Drive, North Adams, MA.  The Team Event will be held on Saturday beginning at 4pm.  Both teams will be competing.  The Individual Event will be held on Sunday beginning at 11am.  We have six individuals attending (Aurora Axiotis, Austin Benoit, Sarah Brosseau, Bailey Edmonds, Colin Fairman & Allison Ledoux)

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Jaeden Herd, on loan from the junior varsity basketball team, had 10 points, but the boys’ freshmen team dropped a one-sided game to Central here yesterday afternoon.  Paul Roberts had 6 points in the losing effort.  The girls’ jv and varsity games, scheduled for yesterday in the Berkshires, were postponed due to the icy weather.  Today we have our first home wrestling event of the season as we host Southwick in an important league match.  Let’s get here early and fill the stands with Bulldog fans! 

Tomorrow it’s the boys’ basketball teams travelling to Longmeadow for a battle of two top teams in the Suburban League and the girls’ varsity and jv travelling to Murdock Junior Senior High School for games beginning at 5:30 PM.  We also have the girls’ freshmen team travelling to Chicopee Comp and the boys’ freshmen basketball team entertaining Longmeadow here at 4:00 PM.

Pictures for all winter athletes will be taken on Friday of this week.  Please see your coach for an order form and for all the details.

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Congratulations to your varsity wrestling team as they opened their league season with a 39 – 30 win over Granby on the road.  Jack Spaulding, Jalen Rogers, Jason Alves and Jacob Dagenais each recorded pins in the win.  Christian Rivas had an impressive win by decision to help the team record their victory. Arianna Carmona and Kinsley Orr-Westbrook had 10 points apiece but the girls freshmen basketball team fell to Tantasqua yesterday here at home.  Your boys freshmen team opened the doubleheader as they also fell to Tantasqua by a score of 55 – 43.  The guys had a torrid fourth quarter comeback bid fall short despite 11 points by Gabriel Perez and 8 points and 6 boards from Jared Denson.  Kevin West was solid throughout.   Today the boys basketball teams get right back at it as the jv and varsity travel to Easthampton High and the boys freshmen team gets over to Central for a 4:00 PM tip. Tomorrow it’s the Central jv and varsity girls teams here beginning at 5:30 PM and the freshmen girls’ basketball team travelling to Central for a 4:00 PM start.  The Bowling Teams begin their match at 3:30pm at AMF Chicopee.  Good luck to all.  Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans.

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Aaron Williams had 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead the boys varsity basketball team to a 58 – 42 win over Quaboag Regional High School on the road last night.  Justin Rennis had 12 points, 6 blocks and 17 boards to round out the Bulldog dominance in the paint.  Jonathan Ortiz hit for 11 points and he had 17 rebounds as the jv guys beat Quaboag 56 – 29 in the preliminary contest.  Jaeden Herd chipped in with 11 points.  Today we have a freshmen doubleheader with the boys in the main gym at 4:00 PM and the girls in the back gym with a 5:00 PM tip. The wrestlers will travel to Granby High.  Tomorrow the boys basketball teams get right back at it as the jv and varsity travel to Easthampton High and the boys freshmen team gets over to Central.  The Bowling Clubs head to AMF Chicopee for their matches starting at 3:30 pm.  Good luck to all.  Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans.

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Paul Roberts had 13 points and Jared Denson added 10 as the boys freshmen basketball team defeated Sci-Tech by a score of 48 – 40 in the opening game of the season for both teams.  Kevin West and Roberts controlled the boards and Gabe Perez and Denson led the defensive efforts. Both Bowling Teams won their matches yesterday with Colin Fairman bowling had the highest game for SABIS with 221.  Also, Matt Britt and Sarah Brosseau bowled their highest games this season.  Tonight the girls’ jv and varsity basketball teams travel to DuPont Middle School in Chicopee to take on Pope Francis and tomorrow it’s the wrestling team in a quad at Danvers High School..  Finally –on Sunday – the boys’ varsity basketball team plays at UMASS in a 12:30 game at the Cage.  Tickets are available for that game here at school for just $5 each.  Purchase your tickets from Mr. Campagna or Coach Williams today.  Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans.

2016 Booster Club Meeting

Hello,

The first Booster Club meeting of the 2016-2017 School Year will be held on Wednesday, August 17th at SABIS.

Please attend if you have any interest in helping with the Student Athletics.

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Congratulations to your boys varsity basketball team on their quarter final win over Mohawk Trail Regional High School on Friday.  A near sellout crowd watched Nathan Colon go off for 28 points, including 7 3-pointers to lead the way.  Jaren Suttles was solid defensively and Justin Rennis added 26 points with an outstanding offensive show himself.  The guys advance to the Western Mass semi-final round on Wednesday of this week at the UMass Cage.  Game time is 4:30 PM and tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students.

Kolby Smith was one of just three Western Mass wrestlers to place in the New England tournament held in Providence, RI this past weekend as the senior finished 6th overall in the 170 pound category.  Congratulations, Kolby!

Finally your bowling club made a strong showing in the state tournament as they finished 11th overall in their division.  Colin Fairman finished 10th in the state, while Shayne Audet was able to finish 24th overall as well.

Online registration for all spring sports is in full swing on the family ID website.  There will be no in-person registration sessions. The season begins for all sports in less than two weeks on Monday, March 21st.  You must have a valid physical exam on file with the nurse and register online in order to be eligible.  Otherwise, all students in grades 7 – 12 are eligible to participate.  Register early.  We will be offering teams for baseball, softball, boys’ volleyball, boys and girls tennis, and boys and girls track and field.  See Mr. Campagna or Nurse Dupuis if you have any questions about your physical exam or about your registration.  Some of the sports have big registration numbers already – register early so you can get cleared to tryout.  Don’t wait until the last minute.

Preseason workouts for spring sports will be held all week.  Please see a spring coach or ask a teammate for the exact days and times for each session.  There will no after school athletic programs on Wednesday.

We would like to have a student fan bus for the game on Wednesday.  We are looking for two adult chaperones.  If anyone is interested please message or speak to Mr. Campagna.  We will have more details later today if we can put the trip together.

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Christian Garcia-Nieves, Kolby Smith and Xavier Hines-Coombs each took home the top honors in the Western Mass Division Three wrestling tournament held this weekend at Southwick High School.  Congratulations to our Western Mass Champions!

Congratulations also goes out to the girls’ varsity cheerleading team as they took home first place honors in the open invitational held on Sunday at South Hadley High School.  Way to go, girls!

Griffin Spear bowled his high game of the season with a 198 and the JV Boys team earned their way to the Team State Tournament.  Congratulations!

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Justin Rennis had a double double and Jaren Suttles added 10 points as your boys varsity basketball team earned a come from behind win over Minnechaug here on Friday night.  Denzel Williams, Premere Long and Aaron Williams each went off for double figure scoring as the jv guys defeated Minnechaug in the preliminary game.  The boys’ freshmen team made it a clean sweep as they downed Minnechaug on the road.  Donte Bolden led the way with 16 points.  Your girls varsity basketball team fell to Monson.  An’janae Washington lead a balanced offensive attack.  The jv girls lost in the opener.  Also Friday, the Girls JV Bowling Club won their match led by Tessa Cantella rolling her high game of the season – 132.  The Varsity and Boys JV both lost; however Jacob Ouellette rolling his high game of the season – 160 for the Boys JV..  Today it’s boys freshmen basketball team here in the main gym at 4:00 PM and the jv and varsity teams travelling to Agawam for games beginning at 5:30 PM.  Tomorrow your girls jv and varsity get up to Amherst and on Wednesday your girls freshmen have the main gym game at 4:00 PM.  Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans!

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Tyler Griffin had 13 points and 8 rebounds and your boys’ varsity basketball team improved to 9-2 on the season with a one-sided win over Ludlow on Friday.  Justin Rennis had a double double and Nathan Colon added 10 points in the win.  Your jv guys also downed Ludlow and Aaron Williams had 22 points on the night.  The boys’ freshmen lost to Baystate Charter School on Friday afternoon.  James Gonzalez had 11 points to lead the guys.  Both the girls jv and varsity basketball teams lost to Barnstable High on Friday. Also on Friday, the Varsity Bowling Club won 20-16 with Shayne Audet rolling his high game of 194.  The Boys JV Teams won 28-8 with Michael Bushey rolling his high game of 191 and Jacob Ouellette tying his high game of 122.  Today your girls jv and varsity teams travel to Belchertown and tomorrow the boys varsity tries to earn their MIAA tournament invitation as they host Longmeadow here.  The jv game tips at 5:30 pm.  Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans!

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Paris Lizana and An’janae Washington had 10 points apiece, but the girls varsity basketball team fell to West Springfield last night by a 50-47 score.  Avalon Mateo had 16 rebounds in the loss.  The jv girls team lost to West Side in the preliminary game.  Samantha Townsend was solid for the Lady Bulldogs.  Today both the boys and girls basketball teams on the road and the bowling club will be at Shaker Bowl.  The wrestling team will travel to Mount Everett for a multi-school event tomorrow.  Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans!

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Christian Rivas, Christian Garcia- Nieves, Khadir Zachary, Jalen Rogers, Khalif Sharif and Ryan Carvalho each recorded pins last night, and your varsity wrestling team earned a draw with Granby in a league match.   Today the girls basketball teams are here entertaining West Side.  The jv game will tip at 5:30 PM and we round out the week with both the boys and girls basketball teams on the road tomorrow.  The Bowling Club will be at Shaker Bowl tomorrow for their matches.  The wrestling team will travel to Mount Everett for a multi-school event on Saturday.  Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans!

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Congratulations to the boys varsity basketball team on their win over Wahconah High on Friday.  Jahleel Gabriel and Justin Rennis led the way with double doubles for each student.  Nathan Colon was the high scorer with 16 points for his night’s work.  Kyle Pingree and Xavier Hines-Coombs took home top honors in the Longmeadow Early Bird wrestling tournament.  The team finished 4th overall.  The varsity bowling team defeated Holyoke in club action on Friday, while the boys’ JV took a win over Central and the girls JV team recorded a win as well.  Shayne Audet had a personal best of 188.

The winter season continues tonight with both the boys and girls jv and varsity basketball teams on the road.  The boys freshmen team is here beginning at 4:00 PM.  Tomorrow it’s a double header with the girls freshmen getting things going at 3:30 and the boys freshmen to follow.  We round out the week on Wednesday with the girls jv and varsity hosting Easthampton beginning at 5:30 PM.  Admission is still just $5 for adults and $2 for students.  Season tickets are available for just $16 for any student and staff is always admitted free of charge to any regular season game.  Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans!

Calendar raffle tickets are now being sold by members of the winter athletic teams.  Please support their efforts.

Once again both the boys and girls basketball teams have been invited to the Hoophall classic to be played next month at Springfield College.  Tickets at the door are $10.  You can purchase them in advance from Mr. Campagna for just $6.  Don’t be shut out.  Make your purchase today.

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Anjanae Washington had 12 points to lead the way offensively, but your girls varsity basketball team dropped a one-sided contest to Agawam last night.  Samantha Townsend led the way for the jv girls, but they also fell in the preliminary game.

The winter season continues tonight with the guys entertaining Wahconah Regional High School.  Admission is still just $5 for adults and $2 for students.  Season tickets are available for just $16 for any student and staff is always admitted free of charge to any regular season game.  Both your freshmen basketball teams get over to Central this afternoon; the bowling club has their match at Shaker Bowl and the wrestlers have entered the Longmeadow Early Bird all day tomorrow. Next week is full leading into the break so… Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans!

Calendar raffle tickets are now being sold by members of the winter athletic teams.  Please support their efforts.

Once again both the boys and girls basketball teams have been invited to the Hoophall classic to be played next month at Springfield College.  Tickets at the door are $10.  You can purchase them in advance from Mr. Campagna for just $6.  Don’t be shut out.  Make your purchase today.

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Kolby Smith recorded one of the multiple pins last night as your varsity wrestling team defeated Gateway Regional in the first league match of the season.  Congratulations to all the wrestlers and their coaching staff.

The winter season continues tonight as the girls basketball teams entertain Agawam and your guys are here tomorrow against Wahconah Regional.  Admission to all home evening games is still just $5 for adults and $2 for students.  Season tickets are available for just $16 for any student and staff is always admitted free of charge to any regular season game.  Both your freshmen basketball teams get over to Central on Friday and the wrestlers have entered the Longmeadow Early Bird on Saturday.  The Bowling Club has their next match on Friday at Shaker Bowl.  Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans!

Calendar raffle tickets are now being sold by members of the winter athletic teams.  Please support their efforts.

Once again both the boys and girls basketball teams have been invited to the Hoophall classic to be played next month at Springfield College.  Tickets at the door are $10.  You can purchase them in advance from Mr. Campagna for just $6.  Don’t be shut out.  Make your purchase today.

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Your girls freshmen basketball team dropped their opener yesterday to Minnechaug.  Coach Ovalles thought that the girls showed a great effort and had a never say quit attitude in their first game playing together.

The winter season for the boys jv and varsity basketball teams begins tonight here at home and your wrestling team gets things going on the road on Saturday. The jv game tips tonight at 5:30 PM.  Admission to all home evening games is still just $5 for adults and $2 for students.  Season tickets are available for just $16 for any student and staff is always admitted free of charge to any regular season game.  The bowling club has matches at AMF Chicopee Lanes tonight beginning at 3:30 PM.   Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans!

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The bowling club team lost their opening match on Friday despite a team high 155 by Shayne Audet.  Otto Pellegrino recorded a 145 in the preliminary match.

Things really kick into gear this week with our interscholastic program as the winter athletic season opens on Thursday with the girls freshmen basketball team here at home beginning at 4:00 PM.   We will end the week with the boys jv and varsity basketball teams here on Friday night.  Your wrestling team gets things going on the road on Saturday.  Admission to all home games is still just $5 for adults and $2 for students, while freshmen games charge just $1.00 admission to anyone coming to the game.  Season tickets are available for just $16 for any student and staff are always admitted free of charge to any regular season game.  Let’s get ready to fill the stands with Bulldog fans!