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Welcome to Albany High School Athletics! We are excited to provide your son/daughter with an opportunity to develop physically, mentally and emotionally while participating on one of our interscholastic athletic teams. We trust it will be a positive experience that he/she will never forget.
Albany High School teams are members of the Tri Counties Athletic League (TCAL) in the North Coast Section (NCS) of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). The CIF governs all high school athletics in California.
Athletic administration and coaches uphold the purpose of our Athletic Code of Conduct which is to promote the idea of healthy competition and to set standards of good sportsmanship for everyone involved. Albany High School, along with all other TCAL schools, subscribe to the tenets of Pursuing Victory with Honor.
Athletics play an important part of Albany High School. Students learn a great deal from their participation in interscholastic athletics. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition and how to win and lose gracefully are an integral part of each team in our athletic program. Athletics also play an important role in helping the individual student develop a healthy self-concept as well as a healthy body. Athletic competition adds to our school spirit and helps all students - spectators as well as participants - develop pride in their school.
Albany Athletics Boosters will host a Pasta Dinner Fundraiser on Friday, April 21st from 6-9pm at Memorial Hall (1325 Portland Ave.) including a Dessert Auction & Cash Bar. Proceeds will benefit Albany Athletics Boosters & AHS Leadership. Bring your friends & family! See link below for more information.
Tickets available at GoAlbanyAthletics.org
The Varsity Softball team hosted their season opener today vs. San Lorenzo H.S. at Cougar Field. The girls played well, but fell short 7-13. The team will travel to St. Mary's (Central Park) on Friday, Mar. 3rd at 4:00pm. Hope to see you there!
Daniel Picetti and Bruce Pruiett have been pillars of the boys basketball program over the last five years, and the entire Cougar community thanks them and wishes them much success as they move on to new challenges. Both Daniel and Bruce will be furthering their educations after helping lead the Cougars to 100 wins, four North Coast Section playoff berths, three TCAL championships, and two selections to the CIF state championships in their five years.
“Daniel and Bruce are not just great basketball coaches, they have been incredible forces in the lives our students off the basketball court,” said Boys Varsity Coach Bill Treseler. “Under their tutelage, our kids have displayed impressive growth and maturity. They are going to be missed big-time, and we are incredibly grateful for their exceptional dedication.”
Daniel Picetti, who led the 2016-17 JV basketball team to an amazing 21-5 record in their first year of TCAL Rock play, will enter a Master’s degree program in Speech Pathology next fall. Bruce Pruiett, who improved Cougar athletes in all sports in his role as Strength and Conditioning director, will be entering a graduate program in athletic training.
Men's Basketball took the dub 52-43 against Terra Linda, and the Women's Soccer Squad tied El Cerrito 3-3.