Athletics

Duanesburg Central School Athletics

The Duanesburg Central School District offers students numerous opportunities to develop and recognize their talents in sports. More than 10 different sports programs are available across three seasons, including baseball, basketball, bowling, cheerleading, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, track and field, volleyball and wrestling.

The district is a member of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association, (NYSPHSAA) competing as a Class D school in Section II. League affiliation is with the Western Athletic Conference.

You can access Duanesburg’s athletic schedule on the district website, which can be found on the right hand side of the “Athletics” page under “Athletics Schedules.”

If you have any questions or need further clarification on any of the district’s policies, please contact Duanesburg’s Athletic Director, Caite Wilson at cwilson@duanesburg.org or 518.895.3000 X229.


Spectator Code of Conduct:  NYSPHSAA/Section II

Duanesburg spectators are expected to follow these guidelines at both home and away events: 

  • Spectators are an important part of the games and are encouraged to conform to accepted standards of good sportsmanship and behavior
  • Spectators should at all times respect officials, visiting coaches, players and cheerleaders as guests in the community and extend all courtesies to them
  • Enthusiastic cheering for one’s own team is encouraged
  • Booing, whistling, stamping of the feet, and disrespectful remarks shall be avoided
  • There will be no ringing of bells, sounding of horns or other noisemakers at indoor contests during play. Anyone who does not abide by this rule will be asked to leave the premises
  • Pep bands or school bands, under the supervision of school personnel, may play during timeouts, between periods or half time. Bands must coordinate play as not to interfere with a cheerleading squad on the floor or field
  • The throwing of debris, confetti or other objects from the stands is prohibited
  • Offending individuals will be asked to leave the premises
  • During free throw in basketball, all courtesies should be extended
  • Spectators should encourage each other to observe courteous behavior. Improper behavior should be reported to the school authorities
  • Spectators will observe the rules of the local school concerning smoking and drinking consumption, littering, and parking procedures
  • Spectators will respect and obey all school officials and supervisors at athletic contests
  • Violations of good sportsmanship will result in possible removal from event

For more information

Director of Physical Education
Catie Wilson
(518) 895-3000, ext. 229