Hoosac School's athletic program provides every student the opportunity to experience the thrill of athletic competition on an intramural or interscholastic level. At Hoosac School, we view athletic competition as an extension of the academic curriculum. Emphasis is placed on sportsmanship, cooperation, self-discipline, and enjoying the game at every level. Whether it be high-level interscholastic competitive sports such as Basketball, Ice Hockey, and Soccer, intramural level sports or fitness for life, Hoosac has the team for you! Check out our teams and media section to see The Owls in Action!

Owls in Action!

Mr. T's Tidbits

The NEPSAC Championship game between Hoosac and St. Andrews School will be Sunday, November 22 at 11am, at the Brooks School, 1160 Great Pond Road, North Andover MA 1084.

After an amazing 6-0 win in the semi-finals, Hoosac Boys Varsity Soccer advances to the NEPSAC class D Championship game against St. Andrews School! Come see the game and support our boys! Go Owls!

The Championship game will be played on

Sunday, November 22 at 11:00am

at The Brooks School

1160 Great Pond Road
North Andover, MA 0184

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Some quick notes from the games per the coaches:

Boys Varsity Soccer: Ben Viens and Andrija Sreckovic scored in the second game against St. Andrews. Also Nikoloz Bulashvili had two really good games in goal, he stopped a penalty kick against Rocky Hill in the first game.

Girls Varsity Soccer: We played a tough team but the girls played with great determination. Captain Julia Kopola played a strong game on both defense and midfield. Shadaysia Walton played her first soccer game ever and had many saves in net. Yalena Akkus was named player of the game by the other team for her sportsmanship and hard work in midfield. We look forward to our last game against Darrow next week!

Cross Country: Hoosac finished a strong performance in 2nd place out of 6 teams at the Faith Christian Academy Invitational in Poughkeepsie Saturday. Marvelwood School finished 1st by just 2 points 37-39. Oliver Crawford led the way finishing 3rd, Aleksandar Kirilov 5th, Alex Demin 7th, Damiam Figueira 9th all earned medals. JJ Whitesell ran a great race finishing 16th. Ben Adrion and Riley Burns continue to improve their times. We close out our season on Saturday at the Millbrook invitational.

Boys Varsity 2 Soccer: The boys continue to play hard and remain undefeated for the season.

Overall it was a succesful weekend for Hoosac sports and we all look forward to the next few weeks of Fall sports! Great job to all of Hoosac's competitors. Keep on making all of us at Hoosac proud!

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Boys Varsity I wins in overtime 2-1 vs Northwood School.

The boys varsity one team took a trip to Lake Placid along with the girls team and boys varsity II on a rainy Saturday afternoon. The boys came from behid to win in overtime - 2-1. They were down one - nothing with just under four minutes to play when Andrija Sreckovic popped a one timer in the back of the net to knot the score at one, and then with the shift in momentum, Hoosac won it just minutes in to overtime - again off the foot of Andrija.

The boys host Stratton Mountain School on Tuesday in their home opener.

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