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Athlete of the Week

Athlete of the Week:

1/14/22: Tyler Kell (Indoor/Outdoor Track)

Over the past weekend, Tyler Kell broke the school high jump record previously held by Ryan Garrett with a jump of 6'3.   He is currently tied for the highest jump in the state and ranked 26th in the nation.  

12/17/21: Aiden Record (Varsity Swimmer)

An accomplished varsity swimmer, Aiden is recognized by his coach after qualifying for sectionals in the 50 free finishing first in the meet against Naples.

12/9/21: Jaida Larsen (Varsity Basketball)

Our athlete of the week for this week is Jaida Larsen from the varsity girls’ basketball team.  Jaida led the way to victory against rival Lyons with a dominating 36 points and 16 rebounds.  Jaida has been a standout on a talented team and will continue to be key to the success of the team as the season progresses. 


Winter Sports Schedule

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Please join us in congratulating our cross-country student athlete Kylie Paylor!
She became the fourth girl in Clyde-Savannah history to compete at the NYSPHAA Cross-Country State Championships over the weekend at Chenango Valley State Park!
Her 12th place finish earned her a medal and place on the podium. She capped off a tremendous season being honored as a First Team All-League member for the Wayne-Fingerlakes League as well as Third Team All-Star for Section V.
She joins her cousin, Serena Loder, Lyndsie Harper and Emma Rath as the only girls from Clyde-Savannah to compete at the State Championship level. This would have been her second straight championship if not for COVID last year.
Amazing job Kylie! We're so proud of you and all of our athletes!

Fall Sports Recap

The 2021 fall sports season is ending this weekend with cross country runner, Kylie Paylor, competing in the NYSPHSAA state championships.  Clyde-Savannah had a season filled with positives and challenges but showed great resilience and pride throughout the fall.  Our athletes grew both athletically and mentally as the season moved forward and Clyde-Savannah is proud of the progress.  Our volleyball team finished with a solid record and advanced past East Rochester prior to falling to #1 seed Letchworth in sectionals.  Our football team picked up a victory against Cuba-Rushford and advanced to sectionals prior to falling to #1 seed Oakfield-Alabama/Elba.  Our cross-country team had both incredible individual and team accomplishments on the boy’s and girl’s sides with the boy’s finishing 5th at sectionals in class D and the girls finishing 11th.  Girl’s tennis grew with every match, and this culminated with our doubles teams both winning their first match at sectionals as well.  Our modified football and volleyball, JV basketball, and cheerleading group showed dedication throughout practices, games, and unexpected circumstances this fall and deserve to be recognized as well.  We look forward to continued success this winter.  Go Eagles!!! 

Winter sports have already begun for our modified boys’ basketball and swim programs and will begin on November 15th for our varsity and JV programs.  Please see the attached schedule for athletics through November 23rd.  Coaches will have further information on practices over Thanksgiving break.  Please sign up on Family ID for the teams if you have not already done so and be sure to have your physicals updated as well. 

 We will be having a winter sports parent meeting on Zoom on November 16, 2021 @ 6 PM.  Please use the link below to attend the meeting.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the athletic director, Christopher Stuff, at or 315-902-3051. 


Athlete of the Week

11/5/21: Taylor Carnevale (JV Volleyball)

“Taylor has been an incredible asset to the JV Volleyball team in every way possible. Taylor is a great role model to her teammates by always working hard in practice and during games. She is a team player and is often seen praising her teammates and lifting them up no matter what the situation. 

 Not only is Taylor a great teammate and leader but she has also grown so much in her volleyball skills. Most recently, she served 13 aces in our game against Sodus, which helped us achieve a victory! 

 Thank you, Taylor, for always being a leader on this team!” *Coach LeMoyne

10/29/21: Madison Secor (Varsity Volleyball/Tennis)

“This fall Madison was a dual sport athlete, playing both tennis and volleyball.  She has a strong work ethic towards sports and strongly focuses on being a team player.  She plays with heart and hustle.” *Coach Viscardi (Varsity Volleyball). 

“She always is there to pick up her teammates and cheer them on.  She also strives to improve her game.” *Coach Kanaley (Varsity Tennis)

10/22/21: Lance Lippert (Varsity Football)

Lance played a spectacular game earlier this month!

"He led the Eagles defense to a 7-6 win over Cuba-Rushford.  Lippert had 11 solo tackles, 12 assisted tackles and 3 tackles for a loss.  He also had a fumble recovery.  This is the second week in a row Lance has had double-digit tackles.”

-Coach Record

10/8/21: Quillan Shimp (Cross Country)

Quillan has been a standout runner on the cross-country team, consistently finishing 2nd or 3rd on the team depending on the race.  Quillan helped the team finish 4-0 in this week’s league meet and has been a key to the team’s success throughout the season.  Additionally, Quillan showed his versatility by singing the national anthem at the home football game this past week.

Congrats Quillan.

-Chris Stuff, Athletic Director

 9/20/21: Kylie Paylor (Cross Country)

Kylie has been a standout performer in Cross Country this season.  She started out with the highest finish from a W/FL athlete at the Robert Goodell Memorial, was victorious in her first league meet this year and finished 2ndat the league meet this past Tuesday @ Waterloo. 

-Chris Stuff, Athletic Director

9/13/21: Kelsie DiSanto (Volleyball)

Our “athlete of the week” for early September goes to Kelsie DiSanto on the varsity volleyball team.  Coach Viscardi praised Kelsie’s hard work, dominating skill at the net, strong serving game, and back row defense.  “During practices Kelsie leads her teammates to keep practices focused and competitive.  In addition to volleyball, Kelsie also does well academically while contributing to other clubs and school activities while also working a weekend job at Wegmans.” – Coach Viscardi

Congrats to all student-athletes on the start of the season and we look forward to continued success as the fall season moves along.  GO EAGLES!!!!

-Chris Stuff, Athletic Director