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John Foster
Director of Health, Physical Education, Athletics & Transportation
Hampton Bays High School
88 East Argonne Road
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
(Office): 631-723-2110 ext. 3321/3322
(Fax): 631-723-2120

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Hampton Bays Winter Sports Wrap-Up

The winter sports season at Hampton Bays High School has come to an end, with multiple teams and athletes earning accolades.

“Our athletes worked hard over the winter season and we are very proud of their accomplishments,” said John Foster, director of health, physical education, athletics and transportation. “We are looking forward to the spring season.”

Highlights of the winter season include four varsity teams earning scholar-athlete status. They include cheer, girls basketball, and girls and boys winter track teams. Three teams — girls basketball, boys basketball and varsity wrestling — were named sportsmanship teams.

Individual athlete honors include the following:

Varsity Boys Basketball
Kazmin Pensa Johnson — All-League/All-Conference
Stephen Sutton — Academic All-County

Varsity Girls Basketball
Haley Castaldo — Unsung Hero Award
Kaitlyn Mounts — All-League

Boys Winter Track
Timothy Kraycar — All-County

Cooper Shay — All-County

The Hampton Bays School District extends its congratulations to its winter athletes for their dedication and hard work.

Date Added: 3/2/2022

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Accolades for Hampton Bays Athletic Teams

Nine out of 11 Hampton Bays High School athletic teams have earned Scholar-Athlete Team designation from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association.

To earn the recognition, 75% of each team was required to hold a GPA above 90%.

The Hampton Bays School District congratulates the boys and girls varsity cross-country teams, the girls varsity field hockey team, the varsity football cheerleading team, the varsity golf team, the girls varsity gymnastics team, the boys varsity soccer team, the girls varsity tennis team and the girls varsity volleyball team.

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Score for Senior B-Ball Player

Hampton Bays High School senior Kaitlyn Mounts was named to Newsday’s Top 100 Long Island Girls Basketball Players list. The forward earned the recognition for averaging nine points, 10 rebounds and two blocks last season.


Fall Sports Round-Up

The fall sports season has wrapped up in the Hampton Bays School District, with 193 high school athletes participating on 16 varsity and junior varsity teams and 146 middle school students playing on six sports teams.

Highlights of the season included the boys junior varsity soccer team finishing the season with a 9-2 record; the girls varsity volleyball team ending the season with a 4-6 league record and 9-6 overall; the girls junior varsity volleyball team closing the season 13-2; and the boys varsity golf team concluding with a score of 6-5. 

“We are very proud of the hard work and dedication our student-athletes and coaches put in, and we are looking forward to the winter season,” said John Foster, director of health, physical education, athletics and transportation. 

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