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Spring Sports Registration 


Registration is now open for all high school athletes for the 2016-17 Spring Season. Please click on the link below to start the registration process.

a button that reads 'Register Now' with a 'Powered by FamilyID' stamp on the bottom of it


In order to play sports, all of the following steps need to be completed BEFORE the 1st day of practice:

  1. ONLY the parent/guardian can register.  NO students should enter on FamilyID for any season.

  2. You must be registered on Family ID
  3. You need to have your physical (dated after June 1, 2016) on file by either uploading it to Family ID, or mailed to SHS-Athletics, or drop off at the Athletic office or scan/email to or fax to 603-893-7084.
  4. You have to have your liability video paperwork on file using the above methods (this ONLY pertains to students who are participating in sports for the FIRST time).
  5. Remember - if you've registered on FamilyID in the past, you do NOT have to re-enter all the data.  After you've logged in under Spring 2016-17, scroll down to the drop-down under  "participant" and find your childs name.  Update any data that may have changed from previous seasons (ie medical, emergency # etc etc).

SHS Athletic Highlights

Athletes - Do you have a lock on your locker? If you need to rent one, stop by the athletic office anytime. $3.00 rental and you get your $3.00 back at the end of the season when you return your lock to us.




Below is the link that was given if you wished to order any apparel for the season. Check with your coaches/captains on what specific items your group might wish to order this year.



SENIORS - Make sure you are checking with guidance/naviance for scholarships!!!!



NO food or drinks (water bottles are ok) are allowed at any time in any of the gym's. 





Due to construction, there is no parking behind the high school.  To access the football field, please park in the lower student parking lot closest to the marsh.  The ticket booth and access to the football field is located between the blue SAU building and the yellow maintenance building.   

Please do not park on any grass areas, or any fire lanes, or walk down the grass embankments.

Thank you!





Week of April 10th, 2017

Victoria Andrade

Victoria is one of our captains on our Varsity Softball team.  Coach Sachs nominated her as she was 6 for 8 at the plate in the first 2 games and had 6 RBI's last week!  She is having a great start to her junior year.




Catherine Langmaid

Catherine is also a captain for our Girls Varsity Lacrosse team.  Coach Gatsas said she had a number of scoring opportunities and helped move the ball very well for Salem.  She ended up with 4 goals and 2 assists last week!  She is having a great start to her junior year.




Jan 2017

Katy Nippert

Katy is the D1 State Champion for Indoor track long jump.  She was also selected to the D1 All-State team.  Katy also broke the school Spring track record for the long jump at 18' 3" this past may.  She came in 2nd at the Dartmouth Relays with the best mark by a New England athlete. She's having a great athletic season.



Mitchell McGinn

Mitchell has had a great 2 first years at SHS Ice Hockey.  He is only one of 7 freshmen to make the Eagle Tribune All-stars in 43 years!  He currently has 37 points this year which is in the top level of scorers in our league. He is a great leader with an even greater passion and respect of the game.  Mitchell is also on both our golf and lacrosse teams.




Feb 2017

Tristen Cabinta

Tristen is once again having a great wrestling season and all his hard work is paying off.  He was named the D1 State Champion for his weight class this past weekend for the 2nd year in a row.  This year was 145lb and last year was 138lb.




Matthew Adams

Matt, a freshmen, is having a great first season with high school wrestling.  He also was named the D1 State Champion for his 106lb weight class this past weekend.  He received another accolade that day as well as he was named "Outstanding Wrestler" of the tournament.





Meghan Mulvey

Meghan was one of our 25 NHIAA/NHADA Scholar Athletes that were invited to Concord the beginning of the month and was also the NHADA scholarship winner!  She is a 2 sport captain this year for both soccer and basketball and is at the top of her class academically.





Emily MacIver

Emily is a 3 sport student athlete who qualified for D1 State this year.  She did very well this season making her state cut time in the 50 Free at one of her very first meets!  Head Coach Scarlette LeBlanc says that she is a positive and hardworking athlete and is always on time to practice.