SCHEDULE UPDATES FRIDAY 9/29
(UPDATED 10:15 A.M.)
The V and JV G volleyball home matches v Ridgefield today have been POSTPONED. The make up date is TBD
The home V and JV field hockey games v Greenwich have been POSTPONED. Make up date is Monday October 23.
The Fr field hockey game scheduled for today has been POSTPONED. The make up date s Monday October 23.
2023-24 CITY CUP BATTLE GETS READY TO HEAT UP
After a Westhill Three-Peat in 2022-23, the annual Battle for the City Cup is underway. The next test will be on Tuesday October 3 when girls soccer welcomes the Black Knights to the Hill. Game time is 4:00 in the stadium.
|WESTHILL: 12||STAMFORD: 12|
2018-19 RESULTS: STAMFORD 12-WESTHILL 11
2019-20 RESULTS: STAMFORD LEADS 9-5/SPRING SEASON SUSPENDED
2020-21 RESULTS: WESTHILL 12.5-STAMFORD 7.5
2021-22 RESULTS: WESTHILL 12.5-STAMFORD 9.5
2022-23 RESULTS: WESTHILL 12-STAMFORD 12
WEEKLY SCHEDULE AVAILABLE BELOW
Need a weekly schedule for our teams? Click on the link below to access a printable weekly schedule. Please know days/times are subject to change. Any changes will be communicated to the team by the coach. Game changes will be listed above.
Need a master spring schedule? Click on the second link to access the entire spring schedule on the CIAC website. Again, please remember all dates/times are subject to change.
Message Regarding Captain’s Practices
As a reminder, Stamford Public Schools and the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) do not permit or support captain’s practices. Per the CIAC 2020-2021 Handbook, a captain’s practice is defined as below:
4.5.D. CAPTAIN’S PRACTICE (DEFINITION) The term “Captain’s Practice” usually means the team’s captain organizing and conducting practice sessions for that sport without adult supervision. The CIAC does not in any way sanction, encourage or condone “Captain’s Practice” in any sport. “Captain’s Practice,” depending on the member school’s involvement, may be a clear violation of eligibility rule II.D. (seasons limitations) or certainly a violation of the spirit of Rule II.D.
Also No. Rule 2.1.c. states: Member schools may not organize or permit coaches to organize, supervise or operate athletic practice which includes captain’s practices.
If you have questions, regarding this information, please contact your Athletic Director.
Westhill Athletic Policy requires that all student-athletes ride to and from away games with their teams. However, we also realize that on occasion circumstances may arise that would necessitate a waiver to this policy. When such unusual circumstances do arise student-athletes or their parents may request a waiver from this policy by completing a Bus Release Form and submitting it to Mr. Cerone. Forms must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance of the the trip. To access the Bus Release Form, click on the link below. You can submit the form either electronically or with a hard copy. Electronic forms can be emailed directly to Mr. Cerone. Hard copies can be given to him directly or be placed in his mailbox in the Main Office. He will notify you directly to let you know whether or not the appeal was granted.
UPCOMING GAME SCHEDULE
OLIVIA COGNETTI AND SPENCER CAMPBELL NAMED CAS-CIAC SCHOLAR-ATHLETES FOR 2022-23
The Westhill Athletic Department is proud to announce that seniors Olivia Cognetti and Spencer Campbell have been named Westhill's 2022-23 CAS-CIAC Scholar-Athlete honorees. They, along with all of the state-wide honorees, will be honored at the Annual Connecticut High School Scholar-Athlete Awards Program and Banquet on Sunday May 7. The event is held at the Aqua-Turf Club in Southington.
The CAS-CIAC Scholar-Athlete Program annually recognizes two high school seniors from each member school whose academic and athletic careers have been exemplary, whose personal standards and achievements are a model to others, and who possess high levels of integrity, self-discipline and courage.
Olivia is a 4-year member of the girls soccer team and served as team captain in 2022. She also ran two seasons of outdoor track. She will be attending the University of Southern California in the fall, where she plans on studying electrical and computer engineering.
Spencer plays both football and boys lacrosse for the Vikings, and also ran one season of outdoor track. A National Honor Society, Spencer plans on attending the University of Virginia, where he will major in Mechanical Engineering.
Congratulations to both of our honorees.
Contact our Athletic Director, Dick Cerone