Student Life

Bluejay Athletics

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  • Bluejay Athletic Program

    Lexington believes that students learn many important life lessons through participation in sports. In addition to promoting physical fitness and wellness, sports help students build character and self-confidence.
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TEAM SCHEDULES 2022-2023

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  • Varsity Soccer Schedule 2022

    DateTimeOpponentLocation
    September 24, 20221:00 pmMarie PhilipAway
    September 28, 20224:15 pmStaten Island AcademyAway
    October 1, 20221:00 pmNew York School for the DeafHome
    October 3, 20224:15 pmHeschelAway
    October 6, 20223:45 pmAmerican School for the DeafHome
    October 11, 20223:45 pmKew ForestHome
    October 13, 20223:45 pmKew ForestHome
    October 14, 20224:15 pmWinston PrepHome
    October 17, 20224:15 pmStaten Island AcademyHome
    October 19, 20223:15 pmStevensonHome
    October 21-23, 2022Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (ESDAA Tournament)Away
    October 25, 20223:30 pmHallenAway
    October 27, 20223:45 pmSummit QueensHome
    October 29, 20221:00 pmNew York School for the DeafAway
    November 1, 20224:00 pmOpportunity CharterHome
    November 3, 20224:00 pmLowellAway
  • Varsity Volleyball Schedule 2022

    DateTimeOpponentLocation
    October 1, 20221:00 pmNew York School for the DeafHome
    October 6, 20223:45 pmAmerican School for the DeafHome
    October 19, 20223:45 pmPennsylvania School for the DeafAway
    October 24, 20223:45 pmPennsylvania School for the DeafHome
    October 25, 20224:00 pmMarie Philip School for the DeafAway

    October 29, 202212:00 pmNew York School for the DeafAway
    November 1, 20223:45 pmNew York School for the DeafAway
    November 4-6, 2022Ohio School for the Deaf (ESDAA Tournament)Away

Athletic Forms for Families

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Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association (ESDAA)

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  • ESDAA Mission

    The mission of the Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association (ESDAA) is to provide all member schools and respective athletes with challenging tournament and championship meet competition. These competitions will center on good sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and integrity as advocated by the National Federation of State High School Athletics Association.
  • ESDAA History

    The ESDAA, based at the New Jersey School for the Deaf, organizes tournaments for the following high school sports: boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, soccer, volleyball, wrestling, cheerleading and track & field.

    The organization was formed following a 1927 inter-school boys’ basketball tournament among ten Eastern Schools for the Deaf – Lexington, American, Fanwood, Kendall, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, St. Joseph’s and Virginia. The first official ESDAA boys’ basketball game was played at Lexington. The winner of the each year’s tournament receives the George Harlow Trophy, named for one of the founding ESDAA members. In 1977, the first ESDAA girls’ basketball tournament was held at the Maryland School for the Deaf. For more information regarding the ESDAA, visit their website at www.esdaa.org.
  • ESDAA Members

    The ESDAA includes schools for the Deaf from the following states: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and West Virginia. Sports have two divisions based upon the student enrollment of the schools. Division I includes Lexington, American School for the Deaf (Hartford, CT), Marie Philip School (Framingham, MA), Maryland School for the Deaf, New York School for the Deaf (Fanwood), Ohio School for the Deaf, Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (Philadelphia) and Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (Pittsburgh). Schools take turns hosting the various ESDAA tournaments. 
  • Lexington's ESDAA Championships

    Over the years, the Lexington Bluejays have achieved ESDAA championship trophies in a number of sports. 

    Click here for a listing of Lexington’s championships

Additional Information

For more information on the athletic program, please contact:

Carl Sorrentino, CAA

Bluejays Athletic Director
ESDAA Division 1 Boys Basketball Chairperson
Videophone: 917-832-1749 (please leave message with relay interpreter)
E-mail: csorrentino@lexnyc.org
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      Bluejays Athletic Director, Carl Sorrentino, (right) with a senior athletic award recipient.

About our Athletic Director

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  • Carl Sorrentino

    Carl Sorrentino joined the Lexington Bluejays as Athletic Director in 2016. He oversees nine athletic teams and two intramural teams. He is a member of the Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association and chairperson for the Division I Boys Basketball program. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Gallaudet University and is a National Interscholastic Athletic Administrator Association Certified Athletic Administrator (CAA).