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!

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Mr. T's Tidbits

Hoosac School is excited to announce the addition of a Girls' Ice Hockey team, starting in the 2016-2017 school year. Bill Ward has joined the Hoosac community as the head of this exciting new program.

Hoosac School is excited to announce the addition of a Girls' Ice Hockey team, starting in the 2016-2017 school year. Bill Ward has joined the Hoosac community as the head of this exciting new program.

"From the moment I met Bill I knew he was the right person for Hoosac. He displays the same ideals, a dedication and enthusiasm for each individual student, that Hoosac was founded on."

-- Dean Foster, Head of School

Upon accepting the position, Coach Ward stated, "I am thrilled with the opportunity to create and build the Girls' Hockey Program at Hoosac. I look forward to recruiting female student-athletes from around the world to enhance an already well-established, diverse student body, and then developing those student-athletes aspiring to a college hockey career. Hoosac prides itself on developing the whole person, which is the philosophy I have stressed in my nineteen years of coaching hockey at various levels. I will utilize my connections within the college hockey community to help our student-athletes find the best fit for their college education."

-- Bill Ward, Director of Girl's Hockey

Bill Ward is one of the most respected coaches in the history of girls' prep school hockey. Over the course of 12 years, Bill has helped 40 student-athletes achieve their dream of playing Division I college hockey, and 43 players who moved on to Division III college hockey. Three of Bill's players went on represent National Teams: Taylar Cianfarano with the United States U18 Team, Kali Flanagan with the United States U22 Team, and Denisa Krizova with the Czech Republic U18 and Senior National Team. Two players, Celeste Brown and Beth Hanrahan, are currently playing professional hockey for the New York Riveters of the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL), and one player, Nicole Giannino, is playing for the Boston Blades of the Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL). Bill has built relationships with coaching staffs at every Division I and Division III women's college hockey program in the United States. His expertise in women's hockey is respected around the world.

"Coach Bill Ward's knowledge and expertise in developing ice hockey players at the College Preparatory level is unparalleled. I am proud to say that he is my daughter, Sarah Sinning's, coach and mentor, and has had a profound impact upon her development, both as a hockey player and a young adult who is about to achieve her dream of playing college hockey."

-- John Sinning, Long Island
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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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