• Section VI Scholar Athlete State Champions 2010 - 2011
    These awards are featured in the Section 6 Newsletter
    Fall awards --> Jan 2011   Section VI Newsletter
    Winter awards --> May 2011    Section VI Newsletter
    Spring awards --> Sept 2011    Section VI Newsletter
    Section VI Schools of Distinction  Honored
                NYSPHSAA announced that of the twenty schools in New York State that achieved the status of Scholar-Athlete School of Distinctionfor 2010-11 four were schools in Section VI:
    Albion, Newfane, Williamsville North and Wilson.

    These schools achieved the “School of Distinction” status by having 100% of their interscholastic varsity sports teams earn above a 90.0% grade point average. Newfane with 18 teams is receiving the award for the 1st time. This is the third year winning the award for Albion, Williamsville North and Wilson High School. Albion and Wilson each have 17 teams while Williamsville North has 30 teams. The districts were honored and presented with the award at the September Section VI Athletic Council meeting at the Erie 1 BOCES Education Campus in West Seneca.

                The “School of Distinction” award, in its ninth year of existence, is the highest award handed out in the Scholar-Athlete program. The purpose of the “School of Distinction” award is to unite varsity coaches in challenging their teams to achieve a statewide honor in addition to the already established Scholar-Athlete Team Award program was initiated in 1991-1992 school year. Of the 97 schools that have won the award since its inception in 2002-03, 24 were Section VI schools.
    Congratulations to Albion, Newfane, Williamsville North and Wilson!!
Last Modified on December 4, 2014