NYSPHSAA announces fall 2019 Scholar-Athlete teams and individuals

Albany. George F. Baker, John S. Burke and Monroe-Woodbury high schools all place athletes and teams on the list.

17 Dec 2019 | 01:11

The New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced its fall 2019 Scholar-Athlete teams and individuals.

This is the 28th year the NYSPHSAA has conducted the Scholar-Athlete program, which is sponsored by Pupil Benefits Plan, Inc.

This fall, the organization recognized 3,631 Scholar-Athlete teams and 47,781 individuals. A total of 632 schools across the state participated in the Scholar-Athlete program.

“Congratulations to our student-athletes and member schools,” said Dr. Robert Zayas, NYSPHSAA Executive Director. “The Scholar-Athlete program continues to be one of the most rewarding endeavors we encourage here at the Association. To see the number of Scholar-Athletes increase again this season is a true testament to the amazing work our young men and women are doing in the classroom each and every day.”

Scholar-Athlete teams

The list of local Scholar-Athlete teams for the fall 2019 season include:

George F. Baker High School

Girls Volleyball

John S. Burke Catholic High School

Boys Cross Country

Boys Soccer

Football

Girls Cross Country

Girls Soccer

Girls Swimming/Diving

Girls Tennis

Girls Volleyball

Monroe-Woodbury High School

Boys Cross Country

Boys Soccer

Football

Girls Cross Country

Girls Soccer

Girls Swimming/Diving

Girls Tennis

Girls Volleyball

Scholar-Athlete individuals

The list of Scholar-Athlete individuals for the fall 2019 season:

George F. Baker

Girls Volleyball – 9 scholar-athletes

John S. Burke Catholic High School

Boys Cross Country - 4 scholar-athletes

Boys Soccer – 16 scholar-athletes

Football - 15 scholar-athletes

Girls Cross Country – 9 scholar-athletes

Girls Soccer – 14 scholar-athletes

Girls Swimming/Diving – 9 scholar-athletes

Girls Tennis – 13 scholar-athletes

Girls Volleyball - 10 scholar-athletes

Monroe-Woodbury High school

Boys Cross Country – 40 student-athletes

Boys Soccer - 15 student-athletes

Football - 24 student-athletes

Girls Cross Country - 28 student-athletes

Girls Soccer - 17 student-athletes

Girls Swimming/Diving - 29 student-athletes

Girls Tennis - 13 student-athletes

Girls Volleyball - 11 student-athletes