Athletic Director:  Joshua Noble

Athletics Google Calendar


New Lebanon Central School District believes that participation in sports teaches teamwork, good sportsmanship and necessary qualities supporting a well rounded citizen.  To promote our student athletes’ success, we request positive participation from our families and spectators and adherence to this Code of Conduct.

Family and Spectator Code of Conduct

Character building and ethics in athletics are embodied in these six core principles:


We ask that you support these principles with the following behaviors at both home and away events:

  • I will refrain from coaching my child or other players during games and practices.
  • I will respect the officials and their authority.
  • I will never question or confront coaches at the game field, instead I will speak to coaches at a separate and agreed upon time and place.
  • I will remember that student athletes participate to have fun and that the game is for our youth, not for adults.
  • I will teach my child that doing one’s best is more important than winning, so that my child will never feel defeated by the outcome of a game.
  • I will guide my child to treat other players, coaches, officials, and spectators with respect regardless of race, creed, color, sex or ability.
  • I will promote the emotional and physical well-being of student athletes regardless of any personal desire for my own child to win or play.
  • I will not encourage any behaviors or practices that would endanger the well-being of the student athletes.
  • I will be a positive role model for my child by displaying sportsmanship, respect and courtesy, as well as positive support for all players, coaches, officials and spectators at every practice or sporting event.
  • I will not engage in unsportsmanlike conduct with any official, coach, player or parent such as booing, taunting, refusing to shake hands or using profane language or gestures.
  • I will not verbally or physically engage any athletes from the other teams under any circumstances.  If I have concerns, I will reach out to the athletic director or other school administrator.
  • I understand that any violation of this code of conduct may be cause for removal, suspension or permanent expulsion from future athletic contest(s).

Violations of this Code of Conduct may result in one or more of these consequences being applied:

  • Verbal warning by a game official, chaperone and/or school official.
  • Suspension or immediate ejection from the sports event issued by a game official, chaperone and/or school official.
  • Suspension from future athletic events.
  • Suspension from multiple sports events (home and/or away).
  • Season or multiple-season suspension.

Section II Sportsmanship Policy for Athletes

  • Learn and understand the rules of your sport. Play hard, play to win, but play fair.
  • Maintain self control.  Do not allow your temper to distract you from the fundamentals of good sportsmanship..
  • Respect your opponent. Acknowledge good play.  Never taunt. Congratulate him or her at game’s end.
  • Respect the judgment of officials. Never question the decision of an official.
  • Be an example for your school, teammates, and opponents.
  • A player who is disqualified by an official for unsportsmanlike behavior is prohibited from playing in the next regularly scheduled contest.

NYSPHSAA Inc. Code of Ethics

  1. To emphasize the proper ideals of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and fair play.
  2. To eliminate all possibilities which tend to destroy the best values of the game.
  3. To stress the values of playing the game fairly.
  4. To show cordial courtesy to visiting teams and officials.
  5. To establish a happy relationship between visitors and hosts.
  6. To respect the integrity and judgment of the sports officials.
  7. To achieve a thorough understanding and acceptance of the rules of the game and the standards of eligibility.
  8. To encourage leadership, use of initiative, and good judgment by players on the team.
  9. To recognize that the purpose of athletics is to promise the physical, mental, moral, social, and emotional well-being of the individual players.
  10. To remember that an athletic contest is only a game—not a matter of life or death for player, coach, school, fan, community, state, or nation.


Coach Contact Information

Fall Coaches:

Girls Soccer:  Varsity – Aaron Kanofsky (, Modified – Megan Darcy ( and Brittany Di Palma (

Boys Soccer:  Varsity – Dan Evans ( and Tom Libardi (, Modified – Maria Sime (

Girls Volleyball: Varsity –  Lenny Brown (, Modified – Frank Healy (

Winter Coaches:

Girls Basketball: Varsity – Tom Maxwell (, Modified – Kelsey Norberg (

Boys Basketball:  Varsity – Karl Erickson (,  Junior Varsity – Phil Gadomski (, Modified – Chris Bonacquisti (

Boys Volleyball:  Varsity – Lenny Brown (, Modified – Corie Noel (

Swim: Tim Christiansen ( & Frank Healy (

Spring Coaches:

Baseball:  Varsity- Art Schmich (, Modified – Lenny Brown (

Softball:  Varsity –  Melissa Cook (, Modified – Brittany Di Palma ( and Megan Darcy (

Track:  Jim Van Ess ( and Aaron Kanofsky (

2017-2018 All-Stars


Boys Soccer:

Austin Esposito – 1st Team, Evan VanDeusen – 1st Team, Trey Orme-Ouch – 2nd Team, Tyler Price – 2nd Team, James Lambert – 2nd Team, Riley Lynch – 2nd Team

Girls Soccer:

Sydney Smith – Class D All Star and 1st Team CHVL, Emily Schafer – 1st Team CHVL, Madison Soldato – 2nd Team, Toni Jaramillo – 2nd Team

2016-2017 CHVL All-Stars


Boys Soccer:

Austin Esposito – 1st Team, Evan VanDeusen – 1st Team, Danny Young – 2nd Team

Girls Soccer:

Stephanie Feathers – 1st Team, Megan O’Brien – 1st Team, Emily Schafer – 2nd Team, Sydney Smith – 2nd Team


Girls Basketball:

Ashlie Tynan – 2nd Team,

Boys Basketball:

Clayton Erickson – 2nd Team

Boys Volleyball:

Dylan Knight – 1st Team, Danny Young – 1st Team, Eric Lee – 1st Team


Jeffrey Miller –  All Berkshire Team, Gigi French – All Berkshire Team



Tim Lambert – 2nd Team, Stephanie Feathers – 2nd Team


Alphonse Esposito – 1st Team, Matt Barton – 1st Team, Brandon Napoli – 2nd Team


Sierra Putnam – 1st Team, Mikayla Corsey – 1st Team, Brianna Shuhart – 2nd Team, Sarah Williams – 2nd Team


Athletic Code of Conduct

By participating in an interscholastic sport at New Lebanon, all players agree to abide by the 2015-16 Athletic Code of Conduct.(Revised 8/14).

Athletic Placement Process for 7/8 Graders

The NY State Education Department passed a new set of requirements for 7/8 graders who potentially could participate on a JV or Varsity sport.  The goal of the Athletic Placement Process is to ensure junior high students are physically, mentally, and skillfully capable of playing at a higher sport level.

If you have any questions or would like to have your child tested for the upcoming season please contact Mr. Noble:

Due to the many steps involved with the APP, Mr. Noble needs to be informed of a student’s interest to test up 1 month before the start of the season.

The APP document from SED and a FAQ are attached.

Away Game Sites

Concussion Management and Awareness

Mandatory Health Exam Info

In order for student-athletes to participate in a given sport season, they must have a current physical on file in the HS health office.  Physicals that are more than 1 year old from the start of the sport season are not valid.

Education Department Commissioner’s Regulation regarding the health exam requirement