Boys Soccer Team Receives NYS Championship Rings


The auditorium at Amityville Memorial High School was filled with Warrior pride as members of the 2015 Amityville boys varsity soccer team received their New York State Class ‘A’ Championship rings during a special ceremony.

Students, friends, family, administrators and board of education members gathered to witness the championship team receive their rings and celebrate their monumental feat. During the ceremony, Superintendent of School Dr. Mary T. Kelly and AMHS Principal Dr. Clinton Grant lauded the students and coaches for their hard work and dedication to earn such a prestigious title and becoming the first NYS soccer champions in the history of Amityville athletics.

As they heard their name called, team members made their way to the stage where their coach, Mike Abondondolo, presented them with a championship ring. Simultaneously, the players opened the ring box and placed the new piece of jewelry on their finger.

The NYS soccer champions and attendees enjoyed a 45-minute highlights reel of the team’s successful athletic season.