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James San Filippo, Director of Athletics
Phone: (516) 622-6465

Maria Costidis, Administrative Assistant
Phone: (516) 622-6478

Gabby Fernandes, Athletic Trainer



Mission Statement 

The Athletic Department at Carle Place Middle School/High School views interscholastic athletics as an opportunity for student participation in an organized, competitive, and fun environment. While the ultimate goal of athletic competition is to strive for victory, the achievement of objectives such as fair play, sportsmanship, skill acquisition, and work ethic cannot be overlooked. Longstanding traditions are founded upon the concepts of pride, respect, dedication, character and loyalty. Coaches, athletes, and parents alike must strive to ensure that the athletic teams of Carle Place represent themselves in a manner that is conducive to both competitive spirit and good sportsmanship.

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Current News

Carle Place Assistant Principal Inducted Into Boys Soccer Hall of Fame

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Mr. Allen Foraker, assistant principal of Carle Place Middle/High School, was inducted into the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) Boys Soccer Hall of Fame on Nov. 13 for coaching. The ceremony was held at Middletown High School where Mr. Foraker was honored and received a Hall of Fame ring. 

For more than 23 years, Mr. Foraker coached multiple sports in Carle Place. He spent 18 of those years serving as Carle Place High School’s head varsity boys soccer coach. Aside from coaching, Mr. Foraker took on leadership roles for Nassau County Boys Soccer as a conference coordinator, all-star game coordinator, all-state co-chair and Section 8 co-coordinator.

To be considered for the New York State Boys Soccer Hall of Fame, an individual must be nominated. This is followed by a voting process with the current chairmen of each section of New York State boys high school soccer.

Mr. Foraker was humbled to learn he was among the Hall of Fame recipients. 

“Initially I was shocked,” he said. “I have never liked being the center of attention. It is nice being recognized, and to be in the same class as other members of the Hall of Fame is truly amazing.” 

The Carle Place School District congratulates Mr. Foraker on this outstanding achievement and thanks him for his positive contributions to the high school’s soccer program. 

Date Added: 11/20/2023


Congratulations, Abby Han!

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Congratulations to Abby Han on winning the Nassau County title in the 100-yard Butterfly and the 100-yard Backstroke! She was also named Outstanding Swimmer of the Meet. Abby will be heading up to Rochester this weekend to compete in the New York State Swim Championships. 

Date Added: 11/6/2023

Congratulations to the Girls Field Hockey Team!

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Congratulations to the Girls Field Hockey Team on winning the Long Island Championship by a score of 3-0 over Pierson! Next, the girls will be playing in the New York State Class C Semi-Finals on Saturday at 10am. The game will be held at Centereach HS.

Date Added: 11/6/2023

Boys Varsity Soccer Team Crowned Champions

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Congratulations to the Carle Place High School Boys Varsity Soccer team on their amazing achievements!

- Conference Champs – The Boys Varsity Soccer team completed an undefeated regular season to earn the Conference title.

- Nassau County Class B Champions – The boys defeated a strong Wheatley team 4-3 in a penalty shoot-out. The boys have won 10 out of the last 12 County titles.

- Long Island Champions Class B – The boys defeated a determined Babylon HS by a score of 2-0 to earn the honor of representing Nassau County at the New York State Regional game. The boys have won back-to-back Long Island Championships.

Varsity Football Team Hosts First Community Football Clinic

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The varsity boys football team at Carle Place High School hosted its first Carle Place Community Football Clinic for students in grades K-6 on Oct. 16. Approximately 100 students participated in the clinic which was held on the middle/high school’s grass practice field. The clinic walked students through the game of football and allowed the younger players to fall in love with the game. It was a great day! 

Date Added: 10/29/2023

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