November 16, 2020
Regional Playoff News... Let's GO Yellowjackets!!
Tuesday 11/16/20 - 1st Round
Varsity Girls Field Hockey (#4) will play Pleasantville (#5) at 2:00PM - at HOME Burke Field - WON- 2-1
Varsity Boys Soccer (#9) will take on Westlake HS (#8) at 1:30pm @ Westlake HS - LOST- 4-3 OT
Tuesday 11/17/20 - 1st Round
Varsity Girls Soccer (#9) will take on Blind Brook HS (#8) at 1:30pm @ Blind Brook HS - LOST- 2-0
Wednesday 11/18/20 - 2nd Round
Varsity Field Hockey moves on to play Rye Neck (#1) at 1:30pm at Rye Neck HS - WON - 2-0
Varsity Field Hockey moves on to play Bronxville HS (#2) at 2:00pm at Bronxville HS
Varsity Cross Country Championships will be held in Milton, NY @ 10am
Best of Luck to All our Varsity Athletes!!
October 30, 2020
Important Athletic Notice:
According to the NYSPHAA Guidelines:
"If school is closed for in-person education during the school year due to an increase in confirmed COVID-9 cases, school-sponsored sports must be suspended until in-person education is resumed: provided, however, that this restriction does not apply to schools that are conducting only remote instruction."
That being said, Hastings Fall Sports Season 1 Athletics will be suspended from October 30th until November 6th. We will resume back up on November 7th and finish out the season strong!
Athletes, please continue to individually train and maintain your fitness to be ready to go on the 7th!
Athletic Information for the Fall
Section 1 has granted us permission to open registration for certain low and moderate risk sports only at the Varsity and Junior Varsity levels with a start date of:
Tuesday September 29th, 2020.
This season will be classified as "Fall Sports Season 1", which includes the following sports: Boys/Girls Soccer, Field Hockey, Girls Tennis, Boys/Girls Cross Country. Please note: Although girls swimming is classified as a low-risk sport, we can not open registration at this time as we have no facilities to use. Section 1 is currently discussing the possibility of moving girls swimming to another season.
FamilyID for Fall Season 1 Sports are now OPEN. Please click on the link below to sign up.
The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced that the High-Risk Sports such as football, volleyball, and competitive cheer fall seasons will be postponed until March 1, 2021. The revised season for football, volleyball and fall competitive cheer will be known as "Fall Sports Session II" and may officially begin practices on March 1, 2021. As a result of fall high-risk sports being moved, the start date for the spring sports season has been adjusted to April 19, 2021. The first official practice for spring sports will now be April 19, 2021 (original start date was March 15). As more information becomes available we will be sure to communicate with our community, athletes, parents, and coaches. Please stay safe!Sports Registration
Please access our online sports registration for Hastings UFSD -
Hastings UFSD will be using an online sports registration platform called FamilyID for all athletic registrations. FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register for our athletic programs. When you register through FamilyID you will be asked to enter your information only once, but are free to make changes as needed.
PLEASE NOTE: Your child is not cleared for participation until approval has been granted by Hastings UFSD school medical director.
For additional information, please contact the Health Office at (914) 478-6225 or the Athletic Office at (914) 478-6241.Yellowjacket Sports Schedule:
Hastings Athletics PhilosophyInterscholastic athletics can be a valuable component of a student's educational experience in Hastings. Through the promotion of self discipline, dedication, sportsmanship, teamwork, accountability, and commitment to achievement, athletics fosters many of the qualities and educational values we endorse as a district. Interscholastic competition is a forum through which students may push themselves and their limitations, allowing them to develop self confidence and enhance their self-esteem.Over 50% of the Hastings School District student body participates on one or more teams during the course of the school year. Involvement in structured physical activities has proven to help students learn how to manage their time. Acquiring time management skills can lead to the development of mature and responsible adults.The Hastings coaching staff is a stong combination of young energetic coaches, and well seasoned veterans who work tirelessly to provide the best possible experiences for our student athletes.Let us support all athletes and opponents, and make the Hastings environment one that exudes competition and sportsmanship.