Athletic Hall of Fame

Carle Place Athletic Department will be Inducting the Class of 2010-2014 into our athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 at 6:30 pm in the Joseph Burke Auditorium.
We will be inducting 31 athletes, 3 coaches and 1 volunteer.
Please join us in our celebration

Joe Coady Memorial Celebration

The family and friends of Joe Coady are planning to have a Memorial Celebration at the Carle Place High School Football Field on Saturday, November 4th, 2017 from 3pm to 4:30pm. They are also looking at a brief reception at a local restaurant from 5 to 6pm as a thank you to those that may be able to attend. After, people would be welcome to stay and connect with old friends or go to a different venue to talk about “The Good Old Times”.

In order to plan appropriately we are asking that those able to attend the brief reception after the service let us know by responding to Bob Greco and Larry Blake by September 15th, 2017 at and

Top 25 Long Island field hockey players for 2017

Carle Place goalie Megan McGuinness tries to make a save during a game against Garden City on Oct. 14, 2016. Photo Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy

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Nassau IV football preview:

Defense is the name of the game at Seaford, which last season captured its first county football title since 2010. The Vikings, who allowed just 10.7 points per game last season and went undefeated in conference play en route to a 20-0 victory over Carle Place/Wheatley in the county final, are seeded first in Nassau IV, Linebacker Nicky Calandra helped lead the defensive effort in that game and returns this season, along with defensive ends Andrew Chirico and Tyler Volpi. “We could not run on him last year,” Carle Place/Wheatley coach Tim Moran said of Calandra. “They have a top defensive front and they let him roam. They’re a veteran team with a lot of size.” The Vikings’ first opponent this season will be Moran’s Wild Frogs, who are coming off its best playoff finish since 1999 and returns a number of key players at the skill positions. This includes running back Tziah Albert, who rushed for 157 yards and a pair of touchdowns in a semifinal win over North Shore. “He has outstanding speed and outstanding quickness,” Moran said. The senior will be joined in the option attack by fullback John DeRidder and running back Luke Caliendo. They will be running behind lineman Corey Iglesias, while Moran said new quarterback Matt Baltzer can add an aerial dimension to the offense.