Lansingburgh Athletics Announcements

  • Spring 2021 Athletics Spectator Guidelines as of May 2021

    Please review the current Colonial Council Spectator Guidelines for school athletics during COVID-19. Their priority is keeping all student-athletes, coaches, staff and communities healthy, so all spectators must follow these guidelines. Of note in the May 2021 updates is that up to 500 spectators are now allowed at outdoor sporting events. 

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Lansingburgh Athletic Director

Phone: (518) 233-6816


Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Sean Colfer

Welcome to the Lansingburgh Central School District Athletics Department.  Participation in an interscholastic athletic program is not only a fun and rewarding experience but also a privilege and a valuable educational experience.  Sports can have a lasting impact on a student-athlete.  By teaching our student-athletes the importance of hard work, leadership, teamwork, academic excellence, school traditions, and social responsibility we will prepare them for life after high school.    -Mr. Colfer

Student-Athlete of the Week

  • Student-Athlete of the Week shines a spotlight on specific Lansingburgh students who also play on our athletics teams. Each week, coaches of each Lansingburgh Knights sports team choose an exemplary student-athlete who demonstrates not only talent and leadership skills but also good sportsmanship.  

    Student-Athlete: Katie Mannis

    Lansingburgh Knights Sports Team: Varsity Softball

    Katie led the Varsity Softball team to 2 pitching wins over Academy and Cohoes in one week. In those, she pitched 9 innings, struck out 13 hitters and allowed only 7 hits & 2 walks.

    Katie is a competitor on and off the field. she shows leadership with her teammates by cheering and encouraging them to do their best. She attended almost every workout and always sets a positive example. 

    Katie Mannis