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Mr Ferguson (Advisor)


by Mr.Ferguson (advisor)

2016-2017 Peek at the Creek Staff:



April 8th, 2018 by Seth Lurcock

The Varsity boys hockey team had a good year this year. Finishing the season 3-12-2, their record included 2 more wins over their competition from last year...


April 8th, 2018 by Dominic Forcione

The Sandy Creek boys Wrestling team had a very successful season, which was coached by Kevin Halsey. I interviewed Coach Halsey and he said, " It was a very successful year, each player won a handful of matches and some exceeded expectations"...

Modified Volleyball

April 8th, 2018 by Abbey Fitzpatrick

"Great group of girls. They work very hard and have great work ethic", says Mr...

JV Volleyball

April 8th, 2018 by Jazmyn Baker

The JV volleyball team had a very good season with a record of 9-3. The girls lost to Lowville,Watertown,Beaver River(undefeated) but the 2nd time they played the comets, they took the win...

Boys JV Basketball

April 8th, 2018 by Joe Stawicki

The Sandy Creek JV boys basketball team was very good and full of teamwork. While they didn't win all of their games, they won a handful, and there was always a good sense of teamwork between the players...

About Peek at the Creek

Welcome to the new, on-line version of Peek at the Creek (PATC).

PATC is an inclusively student run, reported, and edited publication, made up of dedicated individuals. We are now celebrating 11 years of serving SCCS. The newspaper staff creates four complete editions throughout the school year.

We hope that you enjoy the following articles and keep checking back with us for additions and updates.

-Mr. Ferguson (PATC Advisor)

Contact Information

Rob Ferguson
(315)-387-3445 ext 1910
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