Greenwood Lake Union Free School District

A Community That Works, Learns and Succeeds Together


    We believe that athletics are an integral part of the educational process and that participation in interscholastic athletics promotes and emphasizes good sportsmanship, self-discipline, responsibility and the importance of team play.  It is our hope that the values and skills learned in Greenwood Lake stay with our student athletes for a lifetime.


     Athletic Director - Chris Radon

    Phone: 845-782-8678 *52129


  • Winter Season Begins Next Week!


    November 2016 - The Winter Modified Sports Season begings on Monday, November 14th.  The sports that we offer in the Winter are Boys and Girls Basketball, Cheerleading, and Wrestling.  All students interested in playing a sport this Winter must have an up to date physical along with the Greenwood Lake Athletic Participation Form on file with Mrs. Laroche in our Middle School nurses office before they will be allowed to participate.  Students who played a sport in the Fall are only required to fill out the Health Update Form.  These forms can be found outside the nurses office and outside Mr. Radon's office.
    If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email me or give me a call.
    Chris Radon
    Director of Athletics

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  • Boys and Girls soccer team's look to repeat with undefeated seasons!


    11/1/16 - For the first time in seven years we had two of our modified teams go undefeated last year, our boys and girls soccer teams.  Well Coach Cron and Coach Friedler have led their teams into the final week of the season once again with an undefeated record.  

    Coach Friedler and the boys team have two games remaining this week starting today, taking on Chester who they have already beaten twice this year. Come support the team tomorrow as they Take on O'Neill in a home game starting at 4:00!

    Coach Cron and the girls team have their final two games on Thursday and Friday of this week.  On Thursday they will take on Chester who they have already beaten twice this year.  Friday they wrap up the season playing a tough Port Jervis team who they have not faced yet this year.  The game is in Port Jervis at 4:00.  Good luck to both of our teams!

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    10/26/16 - Eighth grader Madison Giardina has broke the Greenwood Lake Girl's Modified Soccer record for most individual goals scored in a season.  Madison surpassed the record in yesterday's game vs. S.S. Seward, scoring her 37th goal of the season!  The captain has had an incredible season so far and still has two games to add to the record.  Coach Cron has been coaching the team for 14 years now and say's that he is so impressed with how unselfish of a player Madison is and also how much talent she has at such a young age.  Madison has helped the team get off to a 9-0 start as Coach Cron and the girls look to go undefeated for the second straight year.  Congratulations Madison! 


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