NYSPHSAA Scholar-Athlete School of Distinction
This year, CBA student athletes earned the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s Scholar-Athlete School of Distinction Award. To earn this prestigious award, all 25 varsity teams achieved a cumulative GPA of 90 percent or higher during their sports season. Only seven of the 104 schools in Section III earned this award.
NYSPHSAA State Champions: Football, Eliana Occhino (Section III Composite Team)
Sectional Champions: Football, Girls Golf, Boys Swimming, Wrestling
League Champions: Girls Tennis, Boys Golf, Boys Swimming, Boys Basketball, Girls Bowling, Baseball, Boys Lacrosse, Boys Tennis
The following individuals won individual sectional championships and/or represented CBA in NYSPHSAA Championship Competition this year: Giselle Vlassis, Bella Cannizzo, Joe McMahon, Mike McMahon, Cooper Groat , Joe Nicholson, Jerry Vielhauer, Misha Kabunov, Hana Kang, Grace Catalano, Chris Zajdel, Aiden Duggan, Bruce Broadwell, Darien Williams, Grace Fletcher, Bella Cannizzo, Claire Kreuger, Mia Ludington
- Dan Anderson, a three-sport athlete (football, basketball, lacrosse) was chosen Athlete of the Year and head football coach Casey Brown was chosen Coach of the Year for the 2021-22 School Year by Syracuse.com. Anderson became the seventh player in CBA basketball history to score 1,000 points.
- Gracie Britton and Dan Anderson were chosen as All Americans and Delaney Hayden earned Academic All-American honors in Lacrosse.
- Anderson and Britton were recognized as Section III Scholar Athletes in June. Anderson was a member of the football, basketball and lacrosse teams. Britton competed was member of the lacrosse team.
- Seven student athletes signed letters of intent to continue their intercollegiate athletic careers at Division I Institutions. They are: Dan Anderson (University of Denver, lacrosse); Gracie Britton (Syracuse University, lacrosse); Isabella Cannizzo (Manhattan College, track); Delaney Hayden (Canisius College, lacrosse); Cooper Groat (University of Richmond, track); Louie Percival (Siena College, baseball); Shanti Sapkota (George Washington University, lacrosse).