East Meadow Student-Athletes Compete in NYSPHSAA Championships

Congratulations to the East Meadow Student-Athletes for Competing in the NYSPHSAA Championships
The district congratulated the following student-athletes who competed in New York State Public High School Athletic Association championships in their respective sports. The district is very proud of their athletic prowess and dedication to excellence in the classroom and on the field.  
 
Seven East Meadow High School students competed in the NYSPHSAA Indoor Track and Field Championship at the Ocean Breeze Track and Field Athletic Complex in Staten Island on March 3. This year’s qualifiers were Rachel Rose, Katherine Marsh, Isabel Marsh and Alexia Moustakas in the 4x800 relay; Brandon Love in pole vault; John Meah 1600 distance medley relay; and Sarah Son in the race walk.

Senior Shawn Regan from East Meadow High School, W.T. Clarke High School sophomore Karl Bouyer and W.T. Clarke Middle School eighth-grader Jordan Soriano competed in the NYSPHSAA Wrestling Championships in Albany on Feb. 23 and 24. Shawn and Jordan both placed sixth in their respective weight classes. All three student-athletes were also named Nassau County Champions in wrestling. 

For the second consecutive year, the East Meadow High School varsity cheerleading team won the Nassau County Championship, earning the chance to compete at the NYSPHSAA Cheerleading Championship at the SRC Arena and Events Center at Onondaga Community College on March 3. The squad also competed in the 2018 Universal Cheerleaders Association National High School Cheerleading Championship, held in Orlando, Florida, in February. The team earned a bid in December at the Empire Regional Championship at Nassau Community College, qualifying them for nationals.

Two members of the district combined swim team – W.T. Clarke High School sophomores Justin Lopez and Min Chun – competed at the NYSPHSAA Boys Swimming and Diving Championships at the Nassau Aquatic Center in East Meadow on March 2 and 3. Justin competed in the 200 medley and 100 breaststroke, while Min swam in the 500 freestyle.