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Department Head: Eric Bramoff, Director of Phys Ed, Health & Athletics
Department Secretary: Elaine Ranaldo, Administrative Assistant
Phone: (516) 624-6557
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Click here to register your athlete on FamilyID.

Oyster Bay has a proud tradition of excellence in interscholastic athletics. We offer over 60 teams for our students to participate in. Whether you join to be with friends, get in shape, or to strive for a championship, Oyster Bay has something for everyone! There is nothing better than wearing the purple and gold to represent your family and community!


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Requirements for Athletes

Each season, all athletes need the following:

  • Online registration on FamilyID; registration window opens 30 days prior to the start/first practice of the season
  • Medical physical on file, dated within the last 12 months
    Note: If you need a physical, please visit the Health Services page and download "Health Examination Form & Instructions" under Printable Health Forms.
  • Students in grades 8, 10, and 12: Sports clearance from school physician
  • Students in grades 7, 9, and 11: Full physical


Winter Season 2022-23

The Winter season for OBEN Athletics is here! 

FamilyID registration for Winter Sports is open, Lets Go Baymen!!



All Middle School Winter 2 Sports will begin on Tuesday,  1/17 in the Oyster Bay High School Gym at 2:45pm.

  • 7th Grade Girls Basketball
  • 8th Grade Girls Basketball
  • 7/8th Grade Boys Volleyball
  • Wrestling


Middle School Student-Athletes interested in participating in Winter 2 Sports should:

  • Sign up on
  • Attend the Informational meeting and practice at 2:45pm in the Oyster Bay High School Gym on Tuesday, 1/17.
  • On 1/17,  you will receive your practice and game schedules,  and participate in your first practice 2:45-4:00pm.

If you have any questions, please email Eric Bramoff Director of Athletics: 

Athletic News

OBHS Fencing Star Named News 12 Scholar Athlete

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Congratulations to Oyster Bay High School senior Aurora Aschettino! This week, Aurora was featured as News 12’s Scholar Athlete Award Winner and received a $1,000 scholarship from Bethpage Federal Credit Union. We are so proud of not only her athletic achievements on the school’s fencing team, but her academic achievements as well! Watch the News 12 segment here:

Date Added: 3/22/2023

Winter Athletes Celebrate Successful Season

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Our Oyster Bay High School student-athletes have accomplished many great feats this season. Congratulations to the following teams and student-athletes!

- The Cheer team had an outstanding performance to end the regular season. They recently competed at the UCA National Competition from Feb. 10-12 in Orlando, FL.

- On Saturday, Feb. 4th, 10 athletes from the girls and boys fencing teams participated in the Nassau County Individual Tournament. Aurora Aschettino defended her Nassau County Individual Fencing Championship in foil, with Jeffrey and Jason Sun taking second and third place in epee. Scarlett Shelley also took third place in saber.

- The Boys Winter Track team won the Divisional Championship, and both the Girls and the Boys teams qualified for the Nassau County Championships. In addition, eighth grader Nicolette Lewis qualified for the New Balance Nationals in the hurdles.

- Cross-country star Chris Tardugno added another amazing accomplishment to his resume when he broke the school record in the 3200 meters and qualified for the New Balance Nationals. He was also named the Nassau County Champion and will head to the NYSPHAA Indoor Track and Field State Championships.

In addition, the Basketball, Bowling, Cheer, Fencing, Winter Track, and Wrestling teams have been celebrating its seniors with some wonderful ceremonies organized by the coaches, parents, and underclassmen.    

Date Added: 2/16/2023

Freshmen/Sophomore Cross-Country Championships  

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The Girls Cross-Country team competed in the freshmen/sophomore championships at St. Anthony’s High School on Feb. 2. More than 40 schools competed in this invitational for top four medals in 10 events. 

Scarlett Fredrickson and eighth grader Maddy Haigh enjoyed their best performances of the season as Maddy ran the 1000m race (4:03.89), and Scarlett placed fourth overall in the 55m hurdles. Scarlett now holds the record freshman hurdle time in the 55m hurdles for Oyster Bay High School. 

“These two just keep plugging away are only going to improve over time,” said Coach Kevin Cotter. “They are a big part of our program’s present and future.”

Nicolette Lewis took home a gold medal in the long jump and the 55m hurdles. Although the eighth grader is not technically a freshman, she is allowed to compete at the freshman level. Although she was younger than anyone else on the track, she was dominant in both competitions. Her time of 10.37 in the hurdles was a full half second faster than the second place girls, and her long jump of 14’7 was almost a foot farther than the second place jumper. She would have earned medals in both events even at the sophomore level. 

In the 1500m race, Jocelyn Schadler came back from fifth place with 50 meters to go and sprinted ahead to place third with a time of 5:38. Emalyn Zeller placed seventh with her best time of the season of 5:55. 

Nicoletta Sakellis, the teams only sophomore, placed 32nd with a time of 52.17 in the 300-meter race. She also has the team’s fastest 200-meter time this season and hopes to eventually break 30 seconds in that event.  

Date Added: 2/15/2023