New contracts were awarded to Middletown (boys soccer, 2021-23), Kenmore (gymnastics, 2022-24), and AMF Strike 'N Spares Lanes in Syracuse (bowling, 2021-23).
Regional rotations tat were to be used in basketball and the spring sports will be used in 2021.
Other meeting business: Bayport-Blue Point AD Tim Mullins was approved for the position of NYSPHSAA second vice-president effective Sept. 1.
NYSPHSAA Executive Director Robert Zayas clarified that the recently appointed COVID-19 task force will not have regulatory authority as it goes about planning how NYSPHSAA schools can proceed with sports beginning in August and head off potential issues.
The NYSPHSAA also announced that the CHSAA and PSAL will be limited to sending only their champions to future NYSPHSAA swimming championships as a measure to reduce overcrowding on pool decks.
the NYSPHSAA contract with Spalding as the official ball supplier for tournaments was extended through 2024.
Hall of Fame inductees: The NYSPHSAA recently announced the class of 2020 for its Hall of Fame. Those being enshrined at the Central Committee meeting in Lake Placid in July are Diane Chapman, Edward Goetz, Carl Normandin, Sharon Sarsen, Karen O'Connor Self, and Marie Terc.
Chapman recently retired with a combined 17 state titles and 36 Section 8 crowns as the field hockey and girls lacrosse coach at Garden City.
Goetz refereed football and girls basketball for a combined 68 seasons dating to 1977. He was selected to work 13 NYSPHSAA basketball final fours and three state football finals.
Normandin, the Section 10 executive director since 2001, has served in a variety of capacities with the NYSPHSAA, including on the Championship Advisory Committee, Structure and Review Committee, Appeals Committee, and as the girls ice hockey state coordinator.
Sarsen is the winningest field hockey coach in New York State and ranks second in lacrosse victories with Lakeland. Her teams captured a record 13 NYSPHSAA field hockey titles, including nine in a row from 2009-17.
O'Connor Self, was a basketball and track star at Hyde Park FDR. She scored 2,662 career points on the court and was a high school All-American in track and field in the throws. She went on to coach girls basketball at Seton Catholic Prep in Chandler, Arizona, where her teams won 734 games and 11 state championships.
Terc has officiated five sports for a combined 143 seasons spanning over five decades -- including 53 seasons of softball and 44 years of girls volleyball.