Upcoming Events


Parents, Coaches, Athletes and Community Members:

The next phase of our High School Track will begin on Monday May 22. The project team will begin prepping the surfaces, finishing the top surface system and then striping the track markings. It is critical during this process that our community, teams, and staff stay off the surface at all times for any reason until the project manager releases the high school track for use. In addition, due to the proximity of work, the turf field will be closed until further notice. Ignoring this will significantly compromise the proper completion of the system install and will be considered trespassing. As always, we thank you for your continued cooperation as the high school projects are completed.

Nanuet Athletics

Please be aware that our high school building entrances in the front of the building will be closed and the hallways in those areas will be off limits for the entire break.  The construction team will be preparing for the next phase of our bond work in these areas.  The only access will be the doors near the cafeteria and gym hallway. Coaches please limit the access for need only and make sure your team is not using the inside area to wait for practices or rides.  The drop off and pick up area should be near the tennis courts for this period of time only and we request that cars not block the administrative lot at either time. In addition, there will be no practices scheduled for Friday April 7th and all buildings and fields will be closed. Thank you all for your cooperation as we enter this next phase of work for the bond


Do not block the administrative driveway for unloading and pick up.

Be aware that an active construction site still exists on our campus and remain diligent. Do not leave younger children unattended at any time.

The facilities will not open for public use at this time since the project is not fully complete.  

  • Coaches- Please consistently check in with athletics regarding your practice areas to avoid issues.
  • Athletes and coaches should not be parking in the visitor section in front of the high school before, during, and especially after school since this space is needed for visitors to the high school who will be meeting consistently after school for the remainder of the year. Coaches- Please revisit this with the athletes who drive on your team.

Thank you Knights!


 The New York State Public High School Athletic Association requires officials to enforce all sportsmanship rules for athletes and coaches. The Section One Standards committee supports the NYSPHSAA statement and will not tolerate negative statements or actions between opposing players, especially trash-talking, taunting, or baiting of opponents including racial or discriminatory comments or slurs.

 Yellow card/ejection policy: In the event that a player or coach receives two yellow cards in the same game resulting in a red card, the two yellow cards will not count towards the season total since the player/coach receives a 1 game suspension. Section 1 has a more restrictive accumulation policy.

An ejected athlete may attend the next game and sit on the bench but may not be in uniform ○ A forfeited game does not fulfill the prescribed penalty of a game suspension. ○ Schools can be more restrictive and withhold an athlete from attending the game. ○ The penalty must be served during the next regularly scheduled game at the same level. (NYSPHSAA 7/2020)

Athletes are prohibited from using eye black/face paint in any way other than the traditional use of a single line of eye black (one single bar under each eye.)

Spectators may not single out any athlete during a contest. This includes derogatory comments including the use of a player’s name or uniform number. Spectators should recognize that the purpose of interscholastic athletics is to promote competence, civility, character and citizenship and to always remember that an athletic contest is only a game. Spectators should never address officials before, during, or after a contest in a negative fashion. Contests should be a positive learning experience that respects player, coach, official, school personnel, and community.

Phil Carbone

Director of Athletics and Student Affairs


 Nanuet Black and Gold Club



Here is the new site for Spring Sports - RSchool Today:   

 UPDATE:     Tuesday, May 30th - Varsity Track to Monroe Woodbury for Twilight Relays 5:00 pm

                        Tuesday, May 30th - Varsity Track Qualifiers to Hendrick Hudson 

                        Thursday, June 1 - Section One State Qualifiers to Nyack H.S.

                        Friday, June 2  - Section One State Qualifiers to Suffern M.S. 





TEAM SCHEDULES:  (subject to changes)  



Good luck to all of our teams!  Go Knights!! 


Phil Carbone

Director of Athletics and Student Affairs

Nanuet Public Schools


Click on link for weekly schedule as games could change  from original schedule due to various reason.  


All home games and matches are played on our campus with the exception of bowling, winter track & field and golf.

 Directions to Fields and Facilities 

FamilyID - On-Line Registration for Sports

You can register for our sports program on-line by logging onto:    

The window for registration will open on July 21, 2023 for Fall sports.

High School Fall sports starts on Monday, August 21, 2023; High School Football starts Saturday August 19, 2023 and Modified starts on Wednesday, September 6, 2023.  You must be registered and approved before you can start practice/try-outs.    Good luck to all our athletes.

Important Reminder for all Parents/Guardians of students entering 12th grade in September 2023/2024 school year:   ALL students entering 12th grade must have the second meningococcal vaccine.  The meningococcal vaccine has been required for school entry since September 1, 2016.   If a student does not have this vaccine by the school start date they will not be able to attend school or participate in a sport or club.  Please send in your child's most recent physical & immunization report to the nurse.  It can be faxed directly to Mrs. Hanigan's office at 845-624-0751 or emailed to:

To learn more, visit:




Nanuet Public Schools
101 Church Street

Nanuet, NY  10954


Phone:  845-627-9811

Sportsline:  845-627-9864

FAX:  845-627-6692

Director of Athletics:    Phil Carbone
Secretary:  Teresa Cicero
Athletic Trainer:  Jonathan Reid 845-627-9847 



Coaching Staff

 Listed below are the Varsity Coaches for each of the sports offered:

Football: Phil Carbone
Boys' Soccer: Neil Blutig
Girls' Soccer:  
Field Hockey: Dana Dube
Girls' Tennis: Robert DeLeon
Volleyball: Danyel Alvarado
Boys' Cross Country: Ann Mitlof
Girls' Cross Country: Austin Penate
Cheerleading: Kathleen Grand-Pierre
Boys' Basketball: David Masterson
Girls' Basketball: Pete DeLeo
Wrestling: Sean Conklin
Boys' Winter Track: Larry Beckerle
Girls' Winter Track: Sean Barron
Bowling: Tyler Witte
Gymnastics: No Team
Cheerleading: Kathleen Grand-Pierre
Baseball: Carlos Fidalgo
Softball: Eric Lanks
Boys' Lacrosse: Bill Kurisko
Girls' Lacrosse:  Dana Dube 
Boys' Tennis: Robert DeLeon
Boys' Track & Field: Larry Beckerle
Girls' Track & Field: Ann Mitlof 
Boys' Golf: Sean Barron
Girls' Golf: Erin Murphy