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8TH GRADE ATHLETES ATTENDING MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

FALL 2021


ALL ATHLETES MUST HAVE A VALID PHYSICAL AND HAVE A CONCUSSION TEST

Baseline testing is REQUIRED for any rising 9th grader, 11th grader, new student-athlete, or transfer student-athlete planning to participate on any of the following teams; Football, Soccer, Field Hockey, Volleyball and Cheer. CONCUSSION TESTING DONE THROUGH SAFE SPORTS www.nhmi.net


Athletic Trainers:



SUMMER TRAINING IS OPTIONAL AND AVAILABLE TO ALL ATHLETES

TRYOUTS FOR FOOTBALL 8/13

TRYOUTS FOR ANY OTHER SPORTS 8/16


Tryout Schedule


Football - 8/13 6-9am First practice Chabot Mcdonough Turf Field


Boys Soccer - 8/16 8-10am First practice Chabot Mcdonough Field, 7-9 pm Chabot McDonough turf


Girls Cross Country - 8/16 5pm First practice @ Nashua YMCA 24 Stadium Road


Field Hockey - 8/16 7-9am at Prout Park; 5-7 pm Chabot McDonough turf field


Girls Soccer - 8/16 7:30 am track, Chabot McDonough, then grass field Clem Lemire 8-10 am; 5-7 pm Clem Lemire Field


Cheerleading - 8/16 6-9pm Memorial Gym


Golf - 8/19 & 8/23 (players must attend both dates) at Manchester's Derryfield Country Club. Meet at the course for 10:30 A.M.


Volleyball - 8/16 9-11 am; Memorial gym


Boys Cross Country - 8/16 10 am, Memorial gym



For information about summer training, please reach out to the coach


FOOTBALL: ROB STURGIS rsturgis52@yahoo.com

BOYS SOCCER: JEROLD WHITE psychjw@yahoo.com

GIRLS SOCCER: NICK GARDNER gardn8@gmail.com

GIRLS XC: SHARON NAULT sharontrailrun@gmail.com

BOYS XC: NATE WARE nware@mansd.org

Memorial Boys Cross Country Meeting will be held on Monday June 14th at 3:00pm. Contact Mr. Ware at nware@mansd.org for additional information and login information.

GOLF: KYLE MCDONOUGH kmcdonough@mansd.org

Memorial Tryouts will be held August 19th and August 23 (players must attend both dates) at Manchester's Derryfield Country Club. Meet at the course for 10:30 A.M.

FIELD HOCKEY: MEREDITH DOYLE mdoyle@mansd.org

SPIRIT: k.pendleton1218@gmail.com

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Athletic Coordinator: Vacant; Phone/Fax (603) 628-6007

Athletic Director: Christine Pariseau-Telge; Phone (603) 624-6300 X160

All sports sign-ups are through Family ID, fill out the forms in the link below.


Good Sportsmanship for Students and Spectators

One of the goals of high school athletics is learning lifetime values. Sportsmanship is one such value that makes participating in sports a lifetime experience. Please remember that good sports are winners. To this end, they should remember that:

1. A ticket is a privilege to attend the contest, not a license to verbally assault other and be generally obnoxious.

2. A student spectator represents his/her school the same, as does the athlete.

3. Respond with enthusiasm to the calls of the cheerleaders for yells in support of the team, especially when the team is losing.

4. Learn the rules of the various athletic games so that either as spectators or critics they will be intelligent.

5. Express disapproval of rough play or poor sportsmanship on the part of the players representing the school.

6. Express disapproval of any abusive remarks from the sidelines.

7. Recognize and applaud any exhibition of fine play or good sportsmanship on the part of the visiting team.

8. Be considerate of the injured on the visiting team.

9. Insist on the courteous treatment of the visiting team as it passes through the street or visits the local school building, and extend the members every possible courtesy.

10. Acquaint the adults of the community and the grade pupils with the ideal of sportsmanship that are acceptable to the high school.

11. Impress upon the community its responsibility for the exercise of self-control and fair play at all athletic contests.

12. Any spectator who continually demonstrates poor sportsmanship will not be allowed to attend future contests.

13. Noise makers (i.e. cow bells, horns, etc.) are not allowed at athletic contests.

14. Anyone who is under the influence of alcohol, drugs or chewing tobacco will be removed from the premises by the Manchester Police Department.

15. Refrain from cheers which down-play the opponent or which use profane or abusive language.

To sign up for the concussion testing, email our Athletic Trainer, Madisen Giordano, at madisen@nhmi.net