As the fall athletic season wraps up, our Wolves are competing in playoffs and preparing for winter sports. Please continue to support our Wolves as they represent SJCA with pride.
Mark Your Calendars for Our Winter Sports Meeting On October 30th at 6pm
This is a mandatory meeting for parents and athletes who are planning to participate in a winter sport this year. We will meet in the SLC as a group before breaking out into sports-specific meetings to share information about the upcoming season. Please plan to attend!
PAC update: Parent Liaisons
A Parent Liaison is needed for each sport. This person can help their child’s team by attending PAC meetings and sharing the information with other parents and coaches. In addition, this person can bring ideas and questions from the team to the PAC. This is one way that SJCA seeks to share accurate information to support all teams!
The next meeting will be November 8 at 6:00pm in room 204. Please attend if you’d like to learn more about becoming a Parent Liaison.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Girls volleyball awaits final standings in hopes of making districts playoffs for the first time in more than 3 seasons. The Wolves capped their season with a loss at Penns Valley, and they are sitting inside the playoff picture, ahead of this week’s deadline.
The golf team is looking to bring home the program’s first PIAA state championship, after seeing Jack Mangene medal as an individual in a tie for 10th overall.
The boys finished up the season with an away loss at Philipsburg-Osceola. The undermanned Wolves team scrapped and clawed all season to get the program off the ground. Thank you to the student athletes for their dedication to building our program for the future!
The girls lost in the first round of districts to Westmont Hilltop, 4-1. Senior Adda Fegley capped her career with a goal, but the Wolves fell short. Making the District VI Tournament in year one was quite an accomplishment, and the girls have certainly laid the groundwork for an outstanding future for the new program.
The Cross country teams will run on the new District VI course in Mifflin County on Saturday. The girls will look for three consecutive District titles, while the boys will look to secure their first in school history. The boys’ race starts at 12:20pm, the girls will follow.
Good luck to all of our teams as they continue to compete, and thank you to all programs who have finished their season!