Kennedy

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The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

Spring Forward

The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

With early-season bragging rights up for grabs, the Crosby boys held off Sacred Heart 79-76 in an exciting battle to remain one of four unbeaten teams in the league.

On The Line

With early-season bragging rights up for grabs, the Crosby boys held off Sacred Heart 79-76 in an exciting battle to remain one of four unbeaten teams in the league.

Jack Pinho and Woodland routed Sacred Heart in Week 7 action, which also featured a first win for Kennedy and Seymour and Wilby moving above .500 for the season.

High-Flying Hawks

Jack Pinho and Woodland routed Sacred Heart in Week 7 action, which also featured a first win for Kennedy and Seymour and Wilby moving above .500 for the season.

Vincent Gambino and Wolcott, who needed eight innings to prevail over Kennedy, were joined by Naugatuck and Holy Cross as extra-inning victors in Wednesday's action.

Winning Delivery

Vincent Gambino and Wolcott, who needed eight innings to prevail over Kennedy, were joined by Naugatuck and Holy Cross as extra-inning victors in Wednesday's action.

Sarah Chandler was among  the hitting stars as Naugatuck defeated Wilby in a pair of contests Thursday, while Seymour and Kennedy halted two-game losing streaks.

Greyhounds Sweep Doubleheader

Sarah Chandler was among the hitting stars as Naugatuck defeated Wilby in a pair of contests Thursday, while Seymour and Kennedy halted two-game losing streaks.

Kennedy High renamed its gymnasium in honor of former coach Jack Taglia prior to the Eagles' 60-48 victory over Watertown, a seventh straight win for the school.

Honoring A Legend

Kennedy High renamed its gymnasium in honor of former coach Jack Taglia prior to the Eagles' 60-48 victory over Watertown, a seventh straight win for the school.

The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

Spring Forward

1
With early-season bragging rights up for grabs, the Crosby boys held off Sacred Heart 79-76 in an exciting battle to remain one of four unbeaten teams in the league.

On The Line

2
Jack Pinho and Woodland routed Sacred Heart in Week 7 action, which also featured a first win for Kennedy and Seymour and Wilby moving above .500 for the season.

High-Flying Hawks

3
Vincent Gambino and Wolcott, who needed eight innings to prevail over Kennedy, were joined by Naugatuck and Holy Cross as extra-inning victors in Wednesday's action.

Winning Delivery

4
Sarah Chandler was among  the hitting stars as Naugatuck defeated Wilby in a pair of contests Thursday, while Seymour and Kennedy halted two-game losing streaks.

Greyhounds Sweep Doubleheader

5
Kennedy High renamed its gymnasium in honor of former coach Jack Taglia prior to the Eagles' 60-48 victory over Watertown, a seventh straight win for the school.

Honoring A Legend

6

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School Description/Info

Kennedy High School is a public school serving students in grades 9 through 12, located at 422 Highland Avenue in Waterbury, Conn. Rob Johnston is Kennedy principal, while Dave Rossi serves as the school’s athletic director.

The mission of Kennedy High School, according to a statement on the school’s website, is “to promote academic excellence, individual opportunities, and critical thinking for each student. In collaboration (cooperatively) with parents and families and our community, we commit to the following set of core values and beliefs about learning to ensure that each student is prepared for the 21st century.” The school’s core values “include and emphasize: Personal responsibility, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence.”

Athletics Programs

Kennedy High School offers students the opportunity to participate in various sports. Seasonal schedules for the Eagles’ teams below (linked to the CIAC site) reflect games for all levels of each individual sport, including any varsity, JV and freshman contests.
 

Football

Head Coach: Chris Sarlo

2013 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Soccer

Head Coach: Tony Texeira

2013 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Cross Country

Head Coach: Nick Dalidowitz

2013 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Cross Country

Head Coach: William Ferrare

2013 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Swimming

Head Coach: Kara Marcil-Currier

2013 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Volleyball

Head Coach: Michael Stango

2013 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Basketball

Head Coach: Armand Levasseur

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Basketball

Head Coach: Jennifer Deeley

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Swimming

Head Coach: Shea Moriarty

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Indoor Track

Head Coach: William Ferrare

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Indoor Track

Head Coach: William Ferrare

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Baseball

Head Coach: Michael Aftowski

2014 Schedule/Results

Softball

Head Coach: Marlena Scialla

2014 Schedule/Results

Golf

Head Coach: Ed Distefano

2014 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Tennis

Head Coach: Gus Krisavage

2014 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Tennis

Head Coach: James Quinn

2014 Schedule/Results

Boys’/Girls’ Track

Head Coach: William Ferrare

2014 Schedule/Results


 
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