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Central plays three major sports throughout the year: soccer, basketball, and volleyball. See the individual pages for more information.


Mr. Darren Krewson is the Athletic Director. He goes to sports meetings with all the AD's in our league, twice a year. He schedules all the games, secures all the officials, prepares the field/court for game time, diagnoses game-time injuries and knows how to wrap all extremities. :)
You can contact Mr. K at


CBCA is part of the NYPENN CAC: New York Pennsylvania Christian Athletic Conference. League teams for soccer and basketball consist of Central Baptist, Summit Christian, Twin Tiers Christian, Ross Corners, Triboro Christian, Canaan Christian, and grace Christian.  NYPENN CAC Championship Tournaments are held at the end of each season. 
CBCA is part of the ESCAL league for volleyball. This league consists of Central Baptist, Cortland Christian, Grace Christian, Twin TIers Christian, Fingerlakes, North Spencer, Syracuse Eagles, Baldwinsville, Corning Christian, and Emannuel.  ESCAL Championship Tournament is held at the end of the season.


The NYPENN webpage will have all the stats for each team/player for soccer and basketball. Click on the Soccer/Basketball to see how we're doing.


Before any student can participate in any sport, before they can PRACTICE - they must have the HEALTH CERTIFICATE / APPRAISAL FORM filled out by a physician and turned into the school office.

Print out the form HERE or pick one up in the office,

This form is good all year long for all CBCA sports. If your student is just playing one sport or all three, this form will need to be in the office before they can practice. 


CBCA Athletic Eligibility Policy

A student must maintain an overall average of 75% or higher in all subjects

One grade below 70% is allowed, but must be an average of 65% or higher

Students failing more than 1 subject or whose overall average is below a 75% will be placed on academic probation

Academic Probation

Should a student be placed on academic probation, he or she will still be required to practice but may NOT participate in scrimmage or game

He or she IS REQUIRED to attend home games and be present on the team bench

He or she WILL NOT be allowed to travel to away contests

Academic probation will begin the Monday following the report of the grade, and continue until the following Monday - at which time, a recheck will be made

Students who have raised their overall average to 75% or better after the first week of academic probation will be allowed to participate in scrimmages and games both home and away

Students remaining in academic probation will be given one more week

Students remaining ineligible after this second week of grace will be removed from the team