As the fall athletic season comes to a close, the Wolves are preparing for the winter athletic season. Keep reading for updates on how the Wolves did this fall and to learn more about winter sports!
Winter Sports Meeting
Last night was the winter sports meeting. If you were unable to attend this meeting, please email Chad Walsh and your coach by Thursday so that your student will be on the roster to start the season!
If your student is participating in a winter sport, please consider visiting the important links below:
- Team Gear Links (Basketball and Indoor Track close tomorrow at midnight)
- Team Gear Link (Wrestling, closes November 8 at midnight)
- Athlete Paperwork
- PAC Volunteer Link
- SJCA Social Media
Thank you to those who were in attendance last night. Let’s have a great winter season!
Join the Nittany Valley Running Club for the annual Boalsburg Turkey Trot, held each year on Thanksgiving Day. This year, the Turkey Trot will benefit SJCA’s Cross Country and Track and Field programs, so our Wolves hope that everyone will come out and participate. This 5K course begins and ends at the Pennsylvania Military Museum. It winds along the bike paths and neighborhoods near Mount Nittany Elementary and Middle Schools, as well as SJCA. Click here to register and contact email@example.com with questions.
The boys fought hard at states this past Wednesday but came up short. They finished in fifth place, the second top five finish in a row. Congratulations to Jack Mangene, Matt Steyers, Ryan Peachey, RJ Marsh and Jason Thomas on great season.
Jack Mangene also played during the individual State Championships and finished in the top ten! Congratulations Jack!!
The girls’ season ended this past Monday, after the girls dropped three sets to Juniata Valley, coming off their best season in school history. Let’s congratulate them on a fantastic season!
Cross country travels to the State Championships this weekend in Hershey, PA. Come support the team Saturday, November 3rd as the girls, along with Josh Hershbine, Carter Kauffman and Sam Palmer, race for titles.