• 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

  • Winter Sports Update - November 20, 2020

    As many of you know we were anxiously awaiting a decision from the MIAA regarding winter sports today.  The good news is they have approved basketball and ice hockey with modifications, for game play this winter. 
    The high school season will begin with practices on December 14th.  Games will begin in January.  Unfortunately, winter cheer has been moved to the spring, however we will still be offering Cheer for practices and conditioning only this winter.
    With that being said, Family ID is open and ready for registrations.  All high school winter athletes must register on Family ID, have an updated physical into the school nurse, have an updated ImPACT test with our Athletic Trainer Taylor Murray and complete the free online concussion course at nfhslearn.com.  If you have any questions regarding ImPACT Testing and the concussion course or if you need to set up an ImPACT Test, please reach out to Taylor at tmurray@monomoy.edu for an appointment.
    High School Meet The Winter Coaches Night will take place on Monday December 7th at 6:00pm via a google meet.  The link will be emailed and available on our website and athletics twitter on December 7th.
    Once league policies have been finalized and our plan approved by the board of health we will send out more information.

    At this time, it is the District's decision to play intramural only at the middle school level.  The middle school will not be participating in interscholastic athletics this winter.

    If you have any questions, feel free to email me or call the athletic office. 
    Thank you for your time and have a great weekend!
    Go Sharks!
    Karen Guillemette, CAA
    Director of Athletics

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  • Winter Sports Update - November 9, 2020

    I wanted to send our families an update on the status of winter sports. On Friday we received the updated EEA guidelines for youth sports. Within these guidelines basketball and ice hockey remain high risk activities. The EEA has asked the MIAA sport committees to come up with modifications to these sports in order to reduce the risk of transmission. The MIAA sport committees have 5 days to put this information together and present it to the MIAA Covid - 19 Task Force and MIAA Sports Medicine Committee. Once that occurs, the MIAA Covid - 19 Task Force and MIAA Sports Medicine Committee, will present their recommendations to the MIAA Board of Directors. At that time the MIAA Board of Directors will make a determination on which winter sports are safe to be played with modifications. I am hopeful all of this will occur within the next two weeks.
    With all of this being said, I have not yet opened Family ID for winter sports registrations. I am waiting to find out which winter sports will be offered before I do that. Once we have official word from the MIAA and have made a District decision regarding winter sports, I will send out communication with all the information you need for winter sports.
    In the meantime, make sure your student athletes have updated physicals on file with the school nurses. They are good for 13 months from the start of the season. As of right now, high school winter sports are set to start on November 30th. This could change once the Board of Directors makes a decision.
    A determination will be made by the Monomoy Administrative team regarding both high school and middle school winter sports once we hear from the MIAA.
    Thank you for your patience and understanding. As always if you have any questions, don't hesitate to email or call the office.
    Thank you for your time.

    Karen Guillemette, CAA
    Director of Athletics

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  • MRHS "Fall 1" Sports Update - September 2, 2020

    As many of you know, the MIAA has approved a four-season structure for high school sports for the 2020-2021 school year. Within this four season structure, the typical Fall season is being called “Fall 1” and will begin on September 18. The MIAA and the Cape and Islands League has approved the following high school sports to be played during the “Fall 1” season: Boys Golf, Cross Country, Field Hockey and Boys and Girls Soccer. The following sports have been moved to the “Fall 2” season beginning February 22: Football and Fall Cheer.

    All sports that have been approved by the MIAA and Cape and Islands League for the “Fall 1” season will have to follow all EEA guidelines and MIAA sport-specific modifications. The EEA Guidelines and Sport Modifications can be found on the MIAA Covid 19 Task Force page here.

    What does this mean for Monomoy Regional High School?

    MRHS intends to offer the following sports during the “Fall 1” season:

    • V/JV Boys Golf
    • Cross Country
    • V/JV Field Hockey
    • V/JV Boys Soccer
    • V/JV Girls Soccer

    If for any reason MRHS goes fully remote at any time, we will NOT have sports during that time period.

    What do you need to do in order to play “Fall 1” sports?

    • Register on Family ID if you have not already done so. Family ID still has football and cheer listed as an option but they will NOT be offered during the “Fall 1” season.
    • All student-athletes must have an updated physical (in-person physicals only) into the school nurse prior to the first practice/tryout on September 18.
    • All student-athletes must have an ImPACT Test. ImPACT Testing is facilitated by our Athletic Trainer Taylor Murray. The testing is approximately 45 minutes and will take place in groups of 4 to 5 students at a time in the Library on Thursday, September 3, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday, September 8 and 10, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please contact Taylor Murray at tmurray@monomoy.edu to schedule a time for ImPACT testing. All test times must be scheduled in advance and all students must wear masks while in the building. Remote testing is available, please contact Taylor Murray for more information.
    • All student-athletes must complete the free online concussion course at nfhslearn.com and submit the completion certificate to our Athletic Trainer Taylor Murray.
    • All student-athletes must complete the pre-participation head injury form and turn it in to Taylor Murray. The form can also be found on Family ID and on the MRHS website.

    MRHS Fall Sports Forum

    Our traditional Meet The Coaches Night will be a MRHS Fall Sports Forum via Google Meet on Monday, September 14, at 6 p.m. The information to join is:

    Phone: (‪US‬)‪+1 929-299-3467‬ PIN: ‪664 634 109#‬

    The Cape and Islands League Athletic Directors are still meeting to determine league policies regarding spectators and finalizing schedules. I am hopeful that information will be available by our Fall Sports Forum on September 14.

    Thank you all for your patience and understanding during these challenging times.

    Karen Guillemette, CAA
    Director of Athletics

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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.