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Fall Sports Kick-off Information Meeting

Were you not able to make our Fall Kick-off Meeting?  Good news, you can view the group presentation here (Mr. Ford's presentation). [We do not have info from individual team meetings...contact the coach for that information]  In addition, we said we would also put up a copy of the "contract" that athletes on academic probation will use...that can be found here (Academic probation contract).

Dryden Athletics

Welcome to Dryden Lions Athletics

Phone: 607-844-8694 ext. 5201       Fax: 607-844-8541

Spring Sports Sign-ups!

For those interested in signing up for a Spring Sport, you can begin doing so now.  Varsity and JV Spring sport practices can begin on Monday 3/2, while Modified Spring teams can start on Monday 3/23.  This Spring we are offering:

Varsity:  Track and Field (boys and girls); Baseball; Softball; Golf (boys); Lacrosse (boys)

JV:  Baseball; Softball (probably, depends on numbers); Lacrosse (girls)

Modified:  Baseball; Softball; Lacrosse (boys); Track and Field (boys and girls)

To sign up, print out the forms in the box to the right labeled "Signing up for a Sport," and return them to the nurse.  Please get these forms in as soon as possible as the nurse MUST clear you before you can participate in a practice--DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE OR YOU MIGHT BE HELD OUT OF PRACTICE!

Lions Grappler Takes IAC and Class B Crowns

Senior Chad Adams continued his undefeated season, taking first place in the IAC Wrestling Championships on 1/31, winning the 220lb weight class.  He continued his dominance at the Class tournament on 2/7, taking first again.  Way to go Chad!

Thanks Dryden Sports Boosters

The Boosters recently purchased a new mascot uniform!


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Fall All-Star Teams Announced

Football:  Noah Welgoss and Duran Joyce were named to the Ernie Davis Game; Section IV 1st team: Noah Welgoss, Stu Stahlman, Matt McHerron, Connor O-Brien; 2nd team: Trevor Gardner, Duran Joyce

Boys Soccer:  IAC 1st team: Tim Lewis and Gabby Guisado; 2nd team: Jacob Lewis, Ali Abel-Ferretti, Padraic Iannello, and Matt Horton

Girls Soccer:  IAC 1st team:  Taylor Bennett (MVP), Abigail Barr, Keri Daley, and Amy DeGaetano; 2nd team: Brittany Deeley, Melina Katsiroumba, and Sarah Wescott; 1st Team All-State: Taylor Bennett

Volleyball: IAC 1st team: Mackenzie Todd and Kayla Kucerak; 2nd team: Alex Zehr, Vanessa Scott, and Madison Seamans

Congratulations to all!

Swimmer sets new team records!

Erin Daley broke two longstanding Dryden High School Girls' Swimming records on Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Section IV Class C Meet.  A 25-year old record in the100 Free set by Jennifer Larkin (56.11) fell as Erin swam 55.90. In the 50 Free, Erin swam 25.50 in which the former record was 25.60 by Sheila Rhoades in 2006. Congratulations Erin and the entire girls swim team on your fifth place finish at Sections.

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2014-2015 Athletic Schedule

(Note: this document is updated in real time...always double check)

2013-14 Athletic Schedule



Signing up for a sport

You will need to fill out/sign and return the below and have these cleared by the nurse prior to the start of the season...DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE--if the medical card is not signed by the nurse (the final OK), you must sit!


--Emergency Medical Card

--Physical Evaluation Form

--Health History Update

--Extracurricular Code of Conduct


--Physical Form (if getting it done by your own doctor)

--Administration of medicine

--Self-administration of medicine

--Male Selective Classification

--Female Selective Classification




Athletics is an integral part of a student’s education. It has an obligation/goal of developing skills that will enable our young women and men to be successful in life. Skills such as leadership, teamwork, character, poise, discipline, loyalty, mental toughness, physical conditioning, hard work and school pride are not only by-products of participation in our program but also a shared vision by our coaching staff and Board of Education.

A majority of Dryden students participate in interscholastic athletics. Dryden has traditionally boasted its share of championship teams and all-star players. However, such measures of success are the outcome, rather than the primary goal, of the athletic program.