Tag: Athletics

  • Three winter track athletes to compete at NY State Championship

    Three Goshen athletes qualified for the upcoming New York State Indoor Track Championship meet to be held at Ocean Breeze Sports Complex on Staten Island on March 2, but the story of the day was of spirited all-around performances.  The spirit began as senior Dametrious “Lalo” Esannason was top seed in the 55-meter dash, and  […]

  • GHS wrestlers place at Section IX Championships, finish season with 21-13 record

    Congratulations to the Goshen wrestlers who placed at the end-of-season Section IX Wrestling Championships. The Varsity Wrestling Team finished with a 21-13 overall record (4-1 League). Team Tournament Finishes Lance Golubinski Memorial Duals – 3rd Place Tri-State Duals – 3rd Place Mount Markham Mustang Duals – 2nd Place Individual Tournament Finishes Ken Haines Memorial Invitational […]

  • Athletics Secretary Christina Oliveras wins NYSAAA Secretarial Award of Excellence

    Christina Oliveras, Goshen’s Athletics secretary, has been selected as the recipient of the New York State Athletic Administrators Association Judith A. Martens Secretarial Award of Excellence for Section IX this year.  This award is presented to a secretary of an athletic administrator in each section who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to athletics at the local […]

  • Goshen senior reps NYSPHSAA Section IX, advocates for mental health in sports

    Goshen High School Senior Allison O’Donnell is a dedicated scholar in the National Honor Society and the Architecture and Engineering CTECH Program. She is also an ambitious athlete–participating in Girls Cross Country, Volleyball, Indoor Track/Field, and Lacrosse–and a proud member of her community, volunteering with youth lacrosse programs.  It’s her deep involvement at GHS and […]

  • Three GHS Gladiators compete at XC State meet

    Three GHS Gladiators compete at XC State meet

    t’s been an eventful season for the Goshen varsity cross country teams, with many athletes showing a great deal of improvement, leaders emerging from the shadows, and champions in the making. As a result of the torrential rains this past summer, the iconic Bear Mountain course was out of commission and both the OCIAA Championship […]