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John Foster
Director of Health, Physical Education, Athletics & Transportation
Hampton Bays High School
88 East Argonne Road
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
(Office): 631-723-2110 ext. 3321/3322
(Fax): 631-723-2120


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John Foster Appointed Hampton Bays Director of Health, Physical Education, Athletics and Transportation

The Hampton Bays School District is pleased to announce that it has named John Foster as its new director of health, physical education, athletics and transportation. 

“We are excited to have a proud Bayman leading our athletic program and transportation department,” said Superintendent of Schools Lars Clemensen. “We are certain that Mr. Foster will continue to build our athletic programs and ensure that the district’s transportation needs are addressed.”

Foster, of East Quogue, was promoted to his new position after serving as a physical education teacher in the district’s middle and elementary schools for the past six years. In that role, he also coached varsity golf, varsity baseball and JV baseball. Prior to his employment in Hampton Bays, he was a physical education and health teacher at Springs School, where he also coached middle school baseball, basketball and soccer.

The Hampton Bays School District is home to Foster, who graduated from Hampton Bays High School in 2002. He went on to earn a Bachelor of Science in physical education and health from East Stroudsburg University and a master’s in education leadership, management and policy from Seton Hall University. He also holds a New York State Health Physical Education Professional Certificate and is in the process of earning a School District Leader Emergency COVID Certificate.

Of his appointment, Foster said, "I am extremely honored and excited to be the next athletic director of Hampton Bays. I am proud to have grown up a Bayman and now take on this new role.”

Foster said his goal is to provide student-athletes with as many opportunities as possible to participate in sports and activities. 

“Many life lessons can be taught through sports,” he said. “Thank you to everyone who has made this opportunity possible. Go Baymen!”

John Foster

Hampton Bays Varsity Softball qualifies for Section XI Class ”B” Playoffs
Three Varsity Boys Track Athletes qualify for NYS Track Championships 


Junior – Quinn Smith was the Section XI Small and Large School Champion in the Shot Put.  He also won the Small School Championships in the Discus


Senior – Thomas O’Connell won the Small School 400 Intermediate Hurdles


Sophomore – Darwin Fernandez won the Small school 400M.


Hampton Bays Senior Athletes Earn Awards; Coaches Honored

Hampton Bays High School senior athletes and coaches were recognized for their dedication to athletics during a recent virtual awards ceremony.

The Hampton Bays School District congratulates the following award recipients:

Doc Fallot Memorial Scholarship Award
Lucas Brown (Suffolk County Community College)
Elisabeth Daniels (Coastal Carolina University)

Hampton Bays Athletic Spirit Scholarship
Rebecca Heaney (SUNY Cortland)
Quinn Smith (University of Buffalo)

Baymen Pride Award
Nicholas Corredor (Stony Brook University)
Rebecca Heaney (SUNY Cortland)

Scholar-Athlete Award
Pamela Grajales (University of Buffalo)
Jaden Ottati (Suffolk County Community College)

John J. Pizarelli All-Around Award
Lily Candelaria (New York University)
Quinn Smith (University of Buffalo)

Leaders of the Game Award
Varsity Football — Ethan Culhane
Varsity Golf — Aidan Kamp
Varsity Soccer — Demetrius De Barros
Varsity Cross-Country — Johnny Gonzalez
Varsity Volleyball — Lily Candelaria
Varsity Soccer — Luisa Ramos>br> Varsity Tennis — Riley Stotsky
Varsity Cross-Country — Sophia Senchishin
Varsity Gymnastics — Elisabeth Daniels
Varsity Football Cheerleading — Alexis Phillips
Varsity Field Hockey — Gia Antieri
Varsity Basketball — Aaron Butters
Varsity Wrestling — Nicholas Corredor
Varsity Boys Winter Track — Kelvin Granados
Varsity Basketball — Rebecca Heaney
Varsity Girls Winter Track — Heilyn Ovares
Varsity Competitive Cheerleading — Jennifer Garcia
Varsity Baseball — Jaden Ottati
Varsity Spring Track and Field — Darwin Fernandez
Varsity Tennis — Jeremy Carcamo
Varsity Softball — Lily Candelaria
Varsity Spring Track and Field — Adasha Lopez
Varsity Girls Lacrosse — Cassidy Moore

Coach Recognition
Pete Meehan (coached 62 seasons)
Jeanne Polan (coached 60 seasons)
Toni Dossiano (coached 64 seasons)

View the awards ceremony below:

Hampton Bays Varsity Wrestling Section XI Division II League 8 Champions 2018-2019

team photo

Front Row: Logan Grismer, Thomas Fassino, Kevin Sohtz, Angel Peralta, Alex Velasquez, and Nicolas Saa Pacheco 
Second Row: River Orlando, Joe Gaudiello, Nick Morea, Kevin McNamara, Nick Corredor, and Willy Kraus  
Third Row: Coach Mielenhausen, Jesse Riscen, Jake Montgomery, Kevin Eras,
William Krivickas, Michael Blanco, Kevin Osorio and Head Coach Mike Lloyd
Missing: Sebastian Valencia, Manager Erubiel Ramos

HB                 OPP.     HB       Opp.
15 Commack (NL)                      66  57    Southampton (L) 28
 9 Elwood/John Glenn (NL)           67  1    Port Jefferson (L) 0
54 Babylon (L)                  18  54    Riverhead (NL) 24
39 Center Moriches (L)                 38  74    Stony Brook (NL) 0



Congratulations to the Following:

Willy Kraus (Jr.) - Section XI Div. II 126lb. Champion

Will compete at NYS Championships in Albany on 2/22 ad 2/23

Joe Gaudiello (Jr.) - Finished in 4th Place at 170 lbs.
Kevin Eras (Sr.) - Finished in 4th Place at 285 lbs.

Varsity Wrestling Team were Division II, League 8 Champions

Congratulations to Quinn Smith (Jr.) - Section XI Winter Track Shot Put Champion throwing personal Best of 52' 9.5"

Quinn will be competing in the NYS Winter Track Championships on Saturday, March 2 at Ocean Breeze in Staten Island

Congratulations to Thomas O'Connell (Sr.) and Darwin Fernandez (Soph.) for qualifying for the Section XI Boys Winter Track Championships. Thomas in the 55 High Hurdles and Darwin in the 300M and 600M Run events.


Dellecave Award Winners

Seniors Mackenzie Tyler and John Sheridan were recognized with the Dellecave Award on Sunday, June 10 at Villa Lombardi's.

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Basketball star banks 1,000th point

Before a cheering crowd, Hampton Bays High School senior MacKenzie Tyler reached a milestone in her basketball career by scoring her 1,000th point on Jan. 23. She had been just seven points shy of the goal prior to the home game against Bayport-Blue Point.

“We are very proud of MacKenzie for reaching this benchmark,” said Drew Walker, director of health, physical education and athletics. 

MacKenzie is a three-sport athlete. In addition to basketball, she plays varsity golf and varsity softball and serves as captain of all three teams. Her titles include All-County and All-League for basketball, most valuable player for golf, and All-County and most valuable player for softball. 

When not on the field or court, she participates in student council, the Leo’s Club, Key Club, Varsity Club and Future Business Leaders of America. 


Basketball Star Honored 

To inspire student-athletes and pay tribute to one of its own, the athletic department of the Hampton Bays School District honored former Hampton Bays High School basketball star William Harvey (Class of 1979) at a ceremony on Feb. 1.

As part of the event, a banner celebrating Harvey’s athletic accomplishments was dedicated by the Men’s Basketball League, and the varsity basketball team, athletic department and Town of Southampton presented him with certificates of achievement.

“Mr. Harvey is an example of grace,” said Superintendent of Schools Lars Clemensen. 

In accepting the accolades, Harvey told the crowd that he was humbled by the honor. “None of this would have been possible without great coaches, teammates and friends,” he said. 

During Harvey’s tenure in Hampton Bays, he set a number of impressive basketball records, including averaging 25 points per game, scoring a total of 1,664 career points, scoring the high number of points in one game (62), holding two national free throw records for a single game, and being named All-State and All-County. 

In addition to playing basketball, Harvey was also a member of the varsity football and baseball teams during his high school years. 

Following graduation, Harvey attended the University of West Georgia and the University of New Mexico. An avid golfer, he has been a member of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America since 1989 and is the head golf professional at the Ladera Golf Course in New Mexico.  

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