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Physical Education



Welcome to the Connetquot
Athletics Health Physical Education Recreation Website

Peter Melore 

 Director of PE, Health, Athletics and Recreation


Lenore Knudsen

Lucilia O'Connor

Please feel free to call us at anytime with any questions or concerns.

We can be reached at 631-244-2228

Lenore ext. 1061

Lucilia ext 1060

Free Heart Screenings

On 5/21 from 9am -3 pm in the small gym at Connetquot HS the Liam Regensburg Memorial Foundation will be offering heart screening for teenagers (ages 13- 19).

This will be by appointment through this registration link


Attention Senior Athletes

The athletic college recognition ceremony will be held on 5/25 8:30 am in the main gym. Parents are welcome.  Any senior committed to playing a sport on any collegiate level next year please stop by the Athletic office and sign up.

Connetquot class of 2021 HOF ceremony

5/7 10 am in the CHS cafeteria. Brunch will be served. $20 PP

Please email Lucilia O'Connor in the athletic office by 4/22 if you wish to attend

Mandatory MS and HS sport registration and for all sport seasons going forward will take place electronically through Final Forms!

Fall High School sport registration opens up

Mon 7/25 ( season starts 8/22)

Middle School  opens up

8/9 ( season starts 9/6)


"Final Forms" online medical clearance and registration system:

We are very excited to announce that the Connetquot Central School District has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms allows you to complete and sign athletic participation forms for your children. The most exciting news is that FinalForms saves data from season-to-season and year-to-year, meaning that you will never need to enter the same information twice! FinalForms also pre-populates information wherever possible, for each of your children, saving you time. You may review your data at any time to verify it is current. You will be required to sign your forms once per season and after any update.

**This is required for all middle and high school athletes starting with the 2022 Spring season.
NOTE: if you have a current valid physical, you do not need another one however you still need to complete the two steps listed below using the  parent playbook as a guide or you will NOT be cleared for sports.
Step 1- create an account at any time-*** Please do NOT use student school email when setting up account.
Step 2 register, fill out and electronically sign all online forms for your sport 30 days or less from the start of the season. Sport registration and start dates are:

Click on the Parent Playbook link to the left to get started in FinalForms.

Thank you for your assistance in streamlining our sport registration paperwork processes at Connetquot Central School District.
Peter Melore


Sport Start/Registration Dates

High School


starts-November 14, 2022

FF Reg. opens10/17

High School


Starts- March 13, 2023

FF Reg.

opens 2/13


Early Winter

Starts-November 7, 2022

FF Reg. 



Late Winter


January 17, 2023

FF Reg. opens12/19



Starts- March 27, 2023

FF Reg. 

opens 2/27






Please feel free to click on  the link below to watch all contests played in the main gym at CHS live!!


Please visit the section xi ( click link below) website for daily information on schools not allowing away spectators and schools that are live streaming


COVID-19 Protocols for Sports


Sportsmanship videos for athletes , fans and parents


Playoff Tickets-Please utilize the GoFan online ticketing, not only will you save money but they you enter the game at a faster rate than with cash. For more information regarding GoFan go to

May 20 Sports Roundup

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Unified Basketball Hosts Comsewogue High School: On Tuesday, May 11 Connetquot Unified Basketball coaches Kyle Black and Sarah Ecke welcomed their crosstown rivals Comsewogue High School to Connetquot High School. The home team played its second game of the season and remain undefeated at 2-0. Both teams’ family, friends and support staff were loud and excited to watch the teams play. Truthfully, at the end of the game the score was irrelevant. The players and coaches are so excited to participate in such sporting events, and the Connetquot School District is proud to host unified basketball for it second season. District Superintendent Dr. Lynda G. Adams and BOE President Lee Kennedy were on hand to cheer on the T-birds. BOE trustees Milynn Augulis, Marissol Mallon, Brian Murphy and Jaclyn Napolitano-Furno were on hand for the season opener on May 10.

The NY State Public HS Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA), along with Special Olympics, developed Unified sports to create athletic teams for training and competition combining students with, and without intellectual disabilities. According to the NYSPHSAA, “Participation is rooted in the principle of meaningful involvement which ensures that every player is given an opportunity to contribute to the success of his, or her, team.” Unified sports also provides students with the opportunity to take on leadership roles in their schools and communities. Congratulations to all the participating student-athletes from Connetquot and Comsewogue high schools!

Suffolk County Championship Week: With one of the most successful post-season results, Connetquot High School achieved playoff status for its baseball, softball, boys’ tennis, badminton and both boys’ and girls’ track! Outstanding effort by the players, coaches, parents and supportive friends.

The baseball team beat Bellport 8-7 in an exciting finish to start the week. They advanced to the next round, but dropped a 6-0 decision to Smithtown East, yet advanced to play, and beat, West Islip 13-2! The T-birds play Smithtown-West on Friday, May 20th for its fourth playoff game of the week.

The lady T-Birds softball team beat Riverhead 4-0 and play Lindenhurst on Friday in the second round of the county tournament.

Connetquot’s boys’ lacrosse team plays Huntington on Friday, under the lights.

The Girls’ badminton team will play Friday with a team and time to be determined.

The Connetquot boys’ tennis team finished the season this week, but three players advance to the Suffolk County playoffs.

The golf season is over, but one player qualified for the counties.

The Connetquot HS boys’ and girls’ track teams will host the Suffolk County championships on May 24.

Badminton Senior Day

Boys Tennis Seniors Vs. ESM

Baseball Playoff Vs. Bellport

May Softball SRS

Date Added: 5/20/2022

District Inducts Eight Individuals Into the Hall of Fame

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Connetquot High School varsity football coach Michael Konsevich and Director of Health, Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation Peter Melore announced the names of six former district student-athletes and two coaches who have been added to the prestigious Connetquot School District Athletic Hall of Fame. This biennial event took place in the Connetquot High School cafeteria where inductees and their proud family members and friends enjoyed breakfast prior to the presentations. Mr. Konsevich and Mr. Melore, as members of the 2022 selection committee, congratulated the following Connetquot graduates:

Brendan Dent - (2013) wrestling
James Higgins (2013), football, baseball, basketball
Christine Hyland (1998), cross-country, track
Robert Krause (2006), cross-country, track
James Melchiona (1993), football, wrestling
Erin Melly (2014), cross-country, track
Coach Bob Ambrosini, baseball, football
Coach Tom Anziano, cross-country, softball

Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees are selected by a committee of veteran coaches, teachers and administrators from nominations submitted by qualified, graduated Connetquot student-athletes, coaches and community members every two years.

Date Added: 5/17/2022