• Welcome to Monomoy Regional High School Athletics. The Athletic Department is committed to providing each student an equal opportunity to participate in interscholastic athletics. At Monomoy the athletic program is an extension of the academic program, and all student/athletes are encouraged to strive for excellence in both the classroom and on the athletic field.

    Good sportsmanship, commitment to the team and school, and the development of skills and strategies necessary for interscholastic competition are essential to a successful athletic program. Interscholastic athletics at Monomoy embodies spirit, social presence, cooperative behavior, discipline and responsibility.

    We strive to achieve an environment where every student athlete has a positive experience regardless of what team they are on and where they learn life skills and strategies for success through interscholastic athletics.

    All student athletes and families should be aware that there is an inherent risk in participating in any interscholastic athletic activity. Students must have a current physical on file at the school and must register on Family ID, prior to the start of each athletic season.

    We are excited about our athletic programs at Monomoy and look forward to many successes on and off the field.

    Go Sharks!!

    Karen Guillemette

    Director of Athletics

Announcements

  • HS Spring Sports Awards Night - June 16, 2021

    We are thrilled to announce, our High School Spring Sports Awards Night will be in person, outside in the stadium, on Wednesday June 16th at 6:00pm. We are looking forward to gathering again in person to celebrate our amazing student-athletes!
    See you on June 16th!
    Good luck to all of our spring teams in their last weeks of the regular season and upcoming State Tournaments!
    Go Sharks!
    Thank you for your time.
    Karen Guillemette, CAA
    Director of Athletics

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  • MIAA Updated Mask Guidelines - May 18, 2021

    The MIAA and EEA have sent out some new guidance regarding mask wearing for outdoor sports.  Monomoy will be following the MIAA's guidance effective today May 18, 2021.  Below are the highlights the MIAA sent out this morning.  Please note that masks are still required inside all school buildings and on buses.
    Thank you for your time.
    Go Sharks!
    Karen Guillemette, CAA
    Director of Athletics

    May 18, 2021

    Dear Member Schools:

    The announcement by Governor Baker and the MA Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) on May 17, 2021 regarding the removal of mandatory masks/facial coverings was reviewed and discussed by the MIAA Sports Medicine Committee (SMC) Monday afternoon.  The SMC voted unanimously to recommend the approval of the May 17, 2021 EEA guidelines effective May 18, 2021. This recommendation was forwarded to MIAA President Jeffrey Granatino, MIAA Executive Director Bill Gaine and Task Force Chairs, Thom Holdgate and Dr. Keith Crowley. Commissioner Jeffrey Riley and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) also reviewed this recommendation. All constituents provided full APPROVAL. You may view the updated EEA guidelines HERE.

    To clarify, this means:

    ·         Athletes on spring teams in active play outdoors are not required to wear a mask/facial covering.

    ·         Athletes when they are on the bench or in a dugout are not required to wear a mask/facial covering.

    ·         Athletes in low-risk sports when indoors where a distance of at least 14 feet or more is consistently maintained between each participant, are not required to wear a mask/ facial covering.

    ·         Spectators and chaperones, coaches, staff, referees, umpires and other officials who can social distance while outdoors, are not required to wear a mask/face covering.

    ·         Visitors, spectators, volunteers, and staff while indoors are required to wear mask/facial covering.

    ·         All athletes participating in high school sports are considered youth and fall under youth guidelines.

    Additionally, there are no changes to individual MIAA sport modifications other than the mask/facial covering mandate. As restrictions are lifted, a review of the EEA guidelines will continue through the MIAA governance process guided by the MIAA Sports Medicine Committee.

    As has been the case throughout the year, the final decision for a school to partake in a particular sport and/or to follow more stringent guidelines belongs at the local level.

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  • Spring Sports Update - March 4, 2021

    High school spring sports registration is open on Family ID effective today Thursday March 4. The high school spring sports season is scheduled to officially start on Monday April 26. This is about a month later than usual with the new season structure for this year so please be aware that official tryouts for all spring sports won't begin until April 26. Prior to April 26 all student-athletes playing a spring sport must have the following completed and turned in to the school:
    1. Register on Family ID
    2. An updated physical into the school nurse
    3. An up to date ImPACT Test with our Athletic Trainer, Taylor Murray
    4. Student-athletes must complete the NFHS free online concussion course within the year and submit the certificate of completion to Taylor Murray. The course can be found at nfhslearn.com.
    5. Daily Covid Symptom Check Lists will be required every day beginning April 26.
    If you have any questions regarding medical information or ImPACT testing please contact Taylor Murray at tmurray@monomoy.edu.

    Meet The Spring Coaches Night is scheduled for Wednesday April 14 at 6:00 p.m. It will be a google meet format and it is required of all players and parents.

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  • Karen Guillemette
    Karen Guillemette
    Director of Athletics
    Monomoy Regional School District
    75 Oak St.
    Harwich, MA 02645
    (508) 430-7200
    kguillemette@monomoy.edu

Transportation Waiver

  • All players are expected to ride on the bus with the team to and from all away games/meets. If parents need to drive their child home from an away game, this Transporation Waiver must be completed and submitted 48 hours prior to the game. Click here to download the Transportation Waiver.