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MHS Athletics Homepage

Neil F. Rosa, CAA

Director of Athletics

Telephone: (856) 778-6610 ext. 12159
E-mail: nrosa @mtps.com 

A Tradition of Excellence

Philosophy Statement
Our school district places the highest emphasis on the overall quality of the educational experience and on the successful completion of all students' academic programs. The athletics program likewise affirms academics as the highest priority in life of our student-athletes. In so doing, we seek to strengthen the integration of athletic program objectives with academic and developmental objectives.
Mission Statement
Recognizing that the students have needs and interest that go beyond the scope of academic life, the school district is committed to providing an interscholastic program consistent with those needs and interest. Recognizing, further, the positive impact of athletics participation on individual development, and consistent with the school district's academic doctrine, the athletics program seeks to pursue excellence through hard work and encourages attitudes of integrity and fairness, respect for others, teamwork, and dedication to goals.

 
Moorestown Athletic Center (MAC)
 
The Moorestown Athletic Center is located behind the Moorestown High School. It can be accessed by parking behind or next to the Moorestown High School or by parking at the William Allen Middle School and walking across the fields to the main entrance of the M.A.C.

Link to Sports Online Registration (OR).  Note: All information must be completed before you print the Physical & Health History forms.

The Health History Form and the Physical Forms can be found at the bottom of the OR page. Once you click on the link, the first page you will see is the Health History Update form. You must submit that page if you already have had your physical. If you need a physical please submit all of the pages.


Practice/tryout dates for all sports during 2016-17 tap "Starting Dates" below.

NFHS (MOORESTOWN HS SPORTS) BROADCASTING NETWORK
Great news!
 Moorestown High School has joined NFHS Sports Broadcasting Network
It's not just for sports. 
Many of our Athletic Varsity Events will be broadcast on NFHS Network, AND we have the capabilities to broadcast Activities (prom, plays, musicals, vocals, etc.) AND any District Functions. Students will be heavily involved in the broadcasting serving as game broadcasters and color commentators (just like ESPN). Click on the link above to bring you to our broadcast  site.

 
 
Web Pages
Announcements
Individual Bowling Sectional Champion
Congratulations to Andrew Cannulli who won the SJ Sectional Individual Title bowling a 732 series.
Unfortunately he had a real heart breaker at the state quarter finals missing semifinal round by two pins. He finished with a 648 three game block and needed a 650 to move on to the semifinals.
Pole Vault Champion! Indoor Records!
Congratulations to Kyle Loveland for his 3rd place finish in the pole vault at the NJ Group 3 Indoor Track Championship meet. With his vault of 13-6, he advances to the NJ Indoor Meet of Champions at the Bennett Sports Complex in Toms River. He had already won the South Jersey Group 3 sectional championship. Also at the NJ Group 3 meet, Harrison Morris ran an indoor personal best of 4:32.41 in the 1600. Kevin Fox ran 2:02.28, also an indoor personal best, in the 800,
SJ Group 3 Winter Pole Vault Champion
Congratulations to Kyle Loveland for winning the SJ Group 3 Pole Vault NJSIAA Sectional Championship.
Winter Signing Period for MHS Athletes


Athlete's Make Their College Choices Left-Right:
Greg Gamble (football - Lehigh University); Ryan Loftus (football - Gettysburg College); Carlie Blessing (soccer - University of Richmond); Andrew Canullli (bowling - McKendree University)
FALL ATHLETES EARLY SIGNEES NLI


Sitting L- R: Bryan Wright (University Of Tampa - lacrosse); Matt Schaffer (Albright College – swimming); Alex Martin (University of Michigan – swimming); Harrison Morris (St. Joseph’s College – track); Kyle Loveland ( Middlebury College – track)

Standing L – R: Genie Santarprio (Jacksonville University –lacrosse); Susan Orth ( Princeton University – field hockey); Julia Bolte (University of Oregon – lacrosse); Lawson Hayes (Norwich University –lacrosse); Christine Kirmsse (Catholic University – lacrosse); Jenna Martinelli (Virginia Tech – lacrosse); Allison Rohrbach ( Wagner College – lacrosse); Annika Nissen (University of Colorado – lacrosse); Olivia Alvarez (James Madison University- lacrosse); Claire D’Antonio (University of Delaware – lacrosse); Grace Kuszmaul (Juniata College – field hockey); Jessie Britton (Bucknell University – lacrosse)
Girls Tennis Groups 3 CJ Champions!

Girls' Tennis crowned CJ Group 3 Champions. Their 27th straight tittle and 31st overall.
FIELD HOCKEY CJ GR 3 CHAMPIONS!

Field Hockey capture their back-to-back CJ Group 3 Championship with a 2-1 victory. 25th Sectional title overall.
Two Time Super Bowl Champion Addresses Freshman Football

Two time Super Bowl Champion '81 vs the Cinncinnati Bengals and '84 vs Miami Dolphins,
Dwight Hicks of the S.F. 49ers, addresses our freshmen football team. Dwight is the brother to our MHS Teacher / Coach Jason Hicks who coaches our freshmen team along with Mikal Lundy another MHS teacher / Coach.
BOYS' SWIM CJ DIVIION B CHAMPIONS!
Congratulations to boys swim for winning NJSIAA CJ Div. B Championships defeating Manasquan!
New School Course Record @ Holmdel
CONGRATULATIONS go out to Genevieve Cickavage for setting a new MHS GXC course record at Holmdel Park on Saturday, Nov. 15 with a time of 19:23. She looks to break that record this Saturday at the Meet of Champions at Holmdel starting at 11:00 a.m.

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