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5/4/21 - Important Message from Superintendent Pirozzolo - CLICK HERE


 
 

Athletics

**To view live streaming of athletic events in Auburn, use this link 
https://aecsd.education/districtpage.cfm?pageid=3554


**To find the streaming links of Auburn's away games, use the ScheduleGalaxy website (www.schedulegalaxy.com), find the sport in the Auburn Athletic Schedules, and click on the note associated with the contest to get a link.
 If no link is listed in ScheduleGalaxy, please refer to the host school's athletic webpage for streaming information.

SPECTATORS
 

Auburn: 4 Home spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete for all Spring sports

Baldwinsville: Outdoor - 2 Home Spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete.
            As of 5/12/21 B&G Lacrosse ONLY-4 Home and 2 Away spectators per athlete
                          Wrestling - 2 Home spectators per athlete only. (NO AWAY)

Central Square: Outdoor - 4 Home spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete                                  
     EXCEPT Track and Field, it is 2 spectators per athlete (home and away)
                  Wrestling - 2 Home spectators per athlete (NO AWAY)

CNS: Outdoor - 4 Home spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete.
           Wrestling - 4 Home spectators per athlete only (NO AWAY)

CORTLAND: Outdoor - 4 Home spectators per athlete and 4 Away spectators per athlete.
                       Wrestling - 2 Home spectators per athlete only/ (NO AWAY)

ESM: Outdoor - 2 Home spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete.
           Wrestling - 2 Home spectators per athlete only (NO AWAY)

FM: 2 Home spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete. 
        (Children count as a spectator)

Fulton: Outdoor - 2 Home spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete
             Wrestling - 2 Home spectators only (NO AWAY) 
             (Children count as spectators)

JD: 2 Home spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete

Liverpool: Boys & Girls Lacrosse : 4 Home spectators per athlete and 4 Away spectators per athlete 
                   Wrestling : 2 Home spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete
                   Outdoor Track : 4 Home spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete
       (Children 2 and older count as a spectator)

Oswego:  2 Home and 2 Away spectators per athlete.

West Genesee: Outdoor - 4 Home Spectators per athlete and 2 Away spectators per athlete.
                           Wrestling - 2 Home spectators per athlete only. (NO AWAY)



Other SCAC schools: 

§  Inside Events: Home Spectators only (2 per player)
§  Outside Events: Home and Away Spectators (2 per player)


The New York State Department of Health and New York State Education Department are two of the primary entities providing guidance to schools during the current pandemic.
The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) is required to follow the same NYS issued guidance
. NYSPHSAA only has the authority to amend NYSPHSAA rules or regulations. Links that will provide further information are:


NYSPHSAA Return to Interscholastic Athletics (March 2021)




  

           (Left) Natalie Calandra-Ryan signed D1 Lacrosse with Youngstown State University 

            (Right) Abbie Izzo signed D1 Lacrosse with Harvard University      

 

  


Dr. Tamela Ray
Director of Health, PE and Athletics


Phone: (315) 255-8817
Fax: (315) 255-8856
Email: TamelaRay@aecsd.education

Auburn Enlarged City School District
Harriet Tubman Administration Building
78 Thornton Avenue
Auburn, NY 13021

 

Tracy Moore
Administrative Assistant

Phone: (315) 255-8817
Fax: (315) 255-8856
Email: TracyMoore@aecsd.education





ABOUT


Auburn is a Class A school and a member of the Empire Division in the Salt City Athletic Conference (SCAC) in Section III of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA).
The Salt City Athletic Conference (SCAC) believes in the educational value of Interscholastic Athletics, and therefore emphasizes the importance of good sportsmanship and equitable competition.  Student-athletes are expected to follow the rules and play to the best of their abilities while demonstrating good sportsmanship, and spectators are expected to encourage and cheer positively for their teams.

 

 
Superintendent: Jeffrey Pirozzolo
Phone: 315.255.8800
Address: 78 Thornton Avenue | Auburn, NY 13021