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*SAVE THE DATE*
Fall Sports Information Night
Tuesday, June 7th, 2016
6:00 PM ~ BHS Main Cafe
...come meet the coaches...
...learn important info regarding sports registration, impact testing, current physicals, sports offered...
*more information to come soon*
Congratulations to Brynn Mendes - BHS Girls Red Raider Hockey!
Brynn Mendes is being awarded the Boston Bruins MIAA Sportsmanship Award this year (given to one male, one female) - She will be honored during the Boston Bruins / Carolina Hurricanes game on Tuesday, 4.5.16!
Congratulations to the BHS Gymnastics Team!
The Boston Red Sox will be hosting a High School Championship Night at Fenway Park on Wednesday, April 13th, 7:10pm for the winter sport season. The BHS Gymnastics Team is one of 12 teams that were randomly selected to participate in a pre-game on field ceremony.
Congratulations Red Raiders! Nice way to represent BHS!!
BHS Girls Gymnastics 2016 MIAA State Champions
Coach Duncan Chase and the BHS Gymnastics Team.....After winning
their 4th straight State Championship this season, the team won their 2nd
consecutive New England Regional Championship title on Saturday. What a huge accomplishment! Congratulations to all!
*BHS Senior, Tali Twomey, was awarded: Best Senior Gymnast in the State of Massachusetts!
MANDATORY ImPACT Baseline Test
All BHS Athletes are required to take this ImPACT™ Baseline Concussion Test in order to try out for a BHS Sport. You now have the ability to take this test on your own. If it has been more than two years or if you have never taken this FREE baseline test please follow these steps:
- Click on this link www.impacttestonline.com
- In "organization" select Massachusetts
- Click "Launch Baseline"
- Enter the security code: 4E2E725295
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED!
In order to try out for Sports you MUST have the following:
- A physical exam must be current within the past 13 months and signed by the physician, and turned in to the Athletic Office.
- Registration on FamilyID must be complete.
- A current ImPACT Baseline Concussion Test (see above for instructions)
- User Fee of $150 must be paid in the Athletic Office (check, cash, money order) ~ unless you are on the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch program, then this fee is waived.
BHS Spring Sports Head Coach Contacts:
to BHS Girls Volleyball player, Riley James , a freshman, who was named
to the CBS/MaxPreps Underclassmen All-American team. Riley led all
freshman in Massachusetts in kills, hitting percentage and digs while
helping Barnstable win a State Championship in 2015.
Division 1 State Champions!
Congratulations to Coach Tom Turco and the Girls Volleyball Team for capturing the DIVISION I STATE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP over Andover on Saturday night, in a decisive 3-0 match. This marks the 17th Volleyball
State Championship in the program’s history, a fantastic accomplishment
by Coach Turco, Coach Martin, Coach Goode and the entire team! Go
Tyler Schibles & Steven Megnia
Schibles & Steven Megnia signed NCAA letters of intent. Tyler will
be attending Fairfield University on a tennis scholarship. Steven has
received a scholarship offer to play lacrosse at the University of
Massachusetts at Amherst.
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM THE MIAA:
8th Graders Continue to Play Sports at the High School Level
The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Council (MIAC) convened yesterday for its first meeting since acting on rule changes that were adopted effective July 1, 2015.
The Council adopted changes to the rule (Middle School Students on Senior High Teams) at its May meeting. The MIAA Board of Directors subsequently delayed implementation of the change until July 1, 2016. At yesterday’s MIAC meeting, the Council once again took up deliberations concerning the rule change.
MIAA Executive Director, Bill Gaine provided Council members with feedback from our MIAA Fall District Workshops as well as testimony from several MIAA member schools citing the negative impact and administrative burden that implementation would impose on district committees as well as school administrators.
In light of these variables and others discussed, a motion to reconsider their action on this rule adoption was passed. In subsequent deliberation a motion was made to repeal the rule change adoption; thus, Thursday’s MIAC vote effectively reestablishes Rule 53, which reads:
A middle school student is eligible to represent a senior high school on its athletic teams only when the MIAA member high school includes those grades and they are under the direct “jurisdiction” and “supervision” of the high school principal (see Rule 51 for definitions).
Please observe all NO PARKING signs when attending RED RAIDER games at BHS.
Non compliance will result in possible fines and or towing of your vehicle at the owners expense.