• 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


  • As winter sports for the high school and middle school get into full swing, I wanted to take a moment to keep you aware of our Covid protocols for the winter season.  All student-athletes, coaches and officials must be masked at all times.  All spectators in all MRSD buildings must also be masked at all times.  For any games that take place at out of district venues, spectators must follow the venues guidelines on masking, however all players, coaches and officials will remain masked regardless of the venue.

    Safety protocols for a Covid positive case on a winter sports team:
    Winter sports will follow the same safety protocols for positive COVID cases that are used at the high school and middle school for identified in-school close contacts. When there is a positive individual on a sports team, all team members will be identified as close contacts and notified of the date(s) of exposure.

    Asymptomatic, fully vaccinated close contacts are exempt from testing and quarantine response protocols. Unvaccinated close contacts can participate in Test and Stay in order to remain in school and continue to participate in sports. Unvaccinated students who opt not to participate in Test and Stay must quarantine from school and sports for the period of time designated by the nursing staff. Students participating in Test and Stay who have games on the weekend must test on that weekend day in order to play. That testing will be done by Athletic Trainer Taylor Murray. Practices and games will continue as scheduled with all student-athletes who remain in school, including the vaccinated students exempt from protocols and those participating in Test and Stay. Please monitor your child for symptoms. Should your child develop even mild symptoms, they should isolate and get a PCR test.

    Please keep in communication with your child’s school nurse for any changes in your child’s health or testing during this time.

    If you have any questions or concerns regarding winter sports Covid protocols, feel free to call the Athletic office or email me.
    Thank you for your time.
    Go Sharks!
    Karen Guillemette, CAA
    Director of Athletics

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  • Winter Sports Update November 1, 2021

    High School
    1. Meet The Winter Coaches Night is Tuesday November 16th at 6:00pm.  It will be virtual.  A google meet will be emailed and it will be on the MRHS Website.
    2. Family ID is open for registration beginning November 1st.
    3. First practices/tryouts will begin Monday November 29th.  Practice times will be posted on the MRHS Athletics webpage by Thanksgiving.  Coaches will also send out practice time information.
    4. All high school student-athletes who plan to play a winter sport must do the following prior to the first practice/tryout on November 29th: register on Family ID, have an updated physical on file with the school nurse, have an updated ImPACT Test with our Athletic Trainer Taylor Murray, complete and pass in a certificate for the free online concussion course at nfhslearn.com and pass in a completed pre-participation head injury form to the Athletic Trainer.

    If you have any medical questions feel free to email the school nurse or our Athletic Trainer, Taylor Murray at tmurray@monomoy.edu.

    For general athletics questions feel free to email me or call the athletic office.

    Thank you for your time.
    Karen Guillemette, CAA
    Director of Athletics

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  • August 4, 2021 Sports Update

    It’s August, which means high school fall sports are rapidly approaching. Here are some details and important dates for anyone interested in high school fall sports at Monomoy.
    •    August 18, 6:00 pm -- Meet The Coaches Night.  A Google Meet link will be emailed before the event, and will be shared on Twitter and the MRHS website.
    •    August 20 -- First day of practices for Football only (Coaches will send practice schedule)
    •    August 23 -- First day of practices for all other fall sports: Boys and Girls Soccer, Field Hockey, Boys Golf, Cross Country, and Cheer (Coaches will send practice schedule)
    Here is what you need to do prior to the first day of practice:
    1.    Register on Family ID
    2.    Have an updated physical on file in the nurse’s office
    3.    Have an up-to- date ImPACT Test with our Athletic Trainer Taylor Murray.  To set up a time for an ImPACT Test or to check on your ImPACT Test status, please email Taylor at tmurray@monomoy.edu. She will be available the week of August 16 for ImPACT Testing.
    4.    All student-athletes must complete the NFHS free online concussion course at nfhslearn.com and submit the certificate of completion to Taylor Murray at tmurray@monomoy.edu.
    If you have any questions regarding ImPACT Testing, the concussion course, or physicals, please contact Taylor Murray at tmurray@monomoy.edu.
    We hope you all are enjoying your summer and look forward to seeing you virtually at Meet The Coaches Night on August 18.
    Thank you for your time.

    Karen Guillemette, CAA
    Director of Athletics

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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.