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Fall Sports Registration 

IS NOW OPEN

Registration is now open for all high school athletes for the 2019-20 Fall 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 tryouts/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, 2019) on file by either uploading it to Family ID, or mailed to SHS-Athletics, or drop it off at the Athletic office or scan/email to holly.rosentrater@sau57.org or fax to 603-893-7084. 
  4. 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            Fall 2019-20, 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).
  5. Check the athletic website throughout the summer to find updated start dates/times for Fall sports and the Mandatory Fall Athlete meeting in the Davis gym.  Please remember Fall sports start BEFORE school starts.

SHS Athletic Highlights

CONGRATS TO OUR D1 BOYS VOLLEYBALL STATE CHAMPIONS!!!
 

 


​Fall Sports Registration is now open!

Look to the left to register

Please keep an eye on this page all summer to see the start dates/time of sports.  Remember, Fall sports tryouts/practice start before school starts and you need to attend tryouts.  The below is just the 1st week or 2 of tryouts/practices and then the coaches will let the athletes know the schedule after that.  Subject to change due to weather etc.

  • Mandatory Fall Athlete Meeting - Davis gym Monday August 19th 7:00am for ALL fall sports(including football)
     
  • FOOTBALL - Friday, August 16th Double sessions 8:30-11:30 am and 3-5 pm
    Sat Aug 17 9-11:30
    Aug 19(after mandatory 7am athlete meeting) -Aug 23 Doubles
     
  • FIELD HOCKEY - Monday August 19th (after mandatory 7am athlete meeting) doubles 8:30-10:30am and 4:00-6:30 pm
    Aug 20-23      7:00-9:30 am and 4:00-6:30 pm
     
  • GIRLS VOLLEYBALL - Monday August 19th (after mandatory 7am athlete meeting) doubles 9-11am and 6-8 pm
    Aug 20-23rd    morning tba and 6-8 pm.
     
  • Girls Cross Country - Monday August 19th time tba after mandatory athlete meeting at 7:00 am
  • ​Boys Cross Country - Monday August 19th time tba after mandatory athlete meeting at 7:00 am
  • Golf - Monday August 19th time tba after mandatory athlete meeting at 7:00 am
  • Girls Soccer - Monday August 19th time tba after mandatory athlete meeting at 7:00 am
  • Boys Soccer - Monday August 19th time tba after mandatory athlete meeting at 7:00 am
  • Fall Spirit - Monday August 19th time tba after mandatory athlete meeting at 7:00 am



Summer Camps - click on tab above


NCAA College Signing 

 

Celia Debrocke will be going to DI Central Connecticut State University to play Soccer!

 

 

Alexis LeFebre will be going to DII Merrimack College to play softball!

 

Roman Fabrizio will be going to DIII Emmanuel College to play volleyball!

 


** SENIORS **
** SCHOLARSHIPS **

 

Don't miss out on athletic scholarships!!  You should be checking your Naviance often as things are always being added.

  • What if I don't want to do sports in college, can I still apply? 
    • YES- Most scholarships don't have requirements that you play in college.
  • What if I only played sports when I was young and I didn't play in high school, can I still apply? 
    • YES- Many of the youth association scholarships are given to anyone who played in the youth leagues for at least 1 season, regardless of whether you played in high school or not.
  • I won't get it, everyone else is applying for it right?
    • WRONG-You would be surprised at how many scholarships are not given out as kids don't apply for them.  Wasted money.....
  • The $ given out for a scholarship isn't worth filling out the paperwork right?
    • WRONG!!!!  Surf the web, look at any college/tradeschool schools store and view prices of 1 book for any class you are interested in.  Some are very reasonable, but you'll see some that are $100, $200, $300+ for 1 book for 1 class!  So YES, it's worth a little bit of work to get any $ from a scholarship.  

Examples of some new ones just added to Naviance:
1) Salem NH Basketball
2) New Hampshire Soccer Coaches Association Amy Dutton Memorial Scholarship

 


ALL ATHLETES SHOULD HAVE LOCKS ON THEIR LOCKERS.  Many groups, teams, visitors, rentals etc use the school and you are responsible for returning/reimbursing your uniforms and equipment. Do you need a lock? Stop by the athletic office and you can rent one for the season for $3.  Once your season has ended and you've cleaned out your locker, return the lock and we give you the $3 rental fee back. 


2018-19 Start Dates from NHIAA
​&
2019-20 Start Dates from NHIAA

Click on the link posted all year on the right under "ATHLETIC LINKS"
Dates sometimes change so please check throughout the year.

 


REMINDER

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

 

 

 


GAME DAY PARKING FOR OUTDOOR FIELDS

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 maintenance building.   

Please do not park on any grass areas, fire lanes, bus loop(except designated spaces), or walk down the grass embankments.

Thank you!

                                                                       

 


 

Week of Feb 3rd:

Abigail Martino

Abby is a Sophomore in her 2nd year on the Varsity Winter Spirit team.  Coach Robichaud said Abby’s hard work and dedication does not go unnoticed by the coaches.  She is always at practice and is always working hard to hit her stunts.  She is a tremendous backspot who is very reliable in her stunt group.  Coach Robichaud said Abby has been working hard to get new skills and it shows.  She’s always listening and is very respectful of the coaches and her teammates.  Abby also cheers on the Fall Varsity Spirit team.

 

 

Week of Jan 20th:

Veronica Boutin

Veronica is a sophomore who is in her 2nd year with the Winter Varsity Spirit team. Coach Robichaud said she has been supporting the team with pride every day since the beginning of the season.  She has yet to miss a practice and is always cheering on her teammates.  Coach says she shines on the basketball court doing cheers and knows them all perfectly! People notice her hard work and positive energy during the games as well as in practice.  She is always smiling and happy and is a crucial part of our cheerleading team. 

Week of Jan 6th:

Emily Plante

Emily is a freshman player on the Girls JV Basketball team.  Coach John Gatsas says she played well both offensively and defensively in the Portsmouth game on Friday.  She had a number of offensive rebounds that turned into points for Salem.  Defensively, she had 8 rebounds and broke up numerous scoring opportunities.  Coach stated "we are very lucky to have such a talented basketball player on our team"!

Vanessa Rose

Vanessa is a freshmen on the Salem Blue Devils Swim team.  Coach Jane Gatsas said she swam the 100 yard backstroke with a time of 1:12.001 at the Bobcat Invitational at UNH on Sunday.  This time meets the NHIAA Tournament Qualification Standards for Division 1.  Coach said that Vanessa also achieved best times in the 50 yd Freestyle as well as the 100 yd Freestyle. She is having a great 1st year on the swim team!

Week of December 30th:

Jordyn Franzen

In the month of December, Coach Oliver said Jordyn was a huge impact on the basketball court for the Salem Lady Blue Devils.  Her contribution was instrumental in the team’s success over the first 7 games where they finished 7-0.  She accumulated 139 points, 27 assists, 55 rebounds and 33 steals!  Her current statistical average in the past 7 games: 19.9 PPG, 3.9 APG, 7.9 RPG and 4.7 SPG.

 

 

Week of December 9th:

Molly Porter

Molly is a junior who is in her 3rd year on the Varsity Swim Team.  Coach Jane Gatsas said, at this past meet against Timberlane/Nashua North/Dover, Molly placed 1st in the 50 yrd Freestyle with a time of 27.53.  This time meets the NHIAA Tournament Qualification Standards for Division 1.  She also paced 3rd in the 100 yd Backstroke and along with Vanessa Rose, Courtney Richards and Cailey Sapienza, placed 3rd in the 400 yd Freestyle Relay.  She is off to a great start this season!

 

Week of October 14th:

Jouri Smith

Jouri is a freshmen on the Varsity Fall Spirit team.  Coach Robichaud said Jouri shows up to practice with a positive mindset and always works hard to better her skills.  She is one of the strongest tumblers on the team and is a flexible flyer who shines in the air. She knows how to put on a performance when running the routine at practice and is a very important part of our team.  We would like to thank her for being so respectful and listening/taking corrections so well.  We can't wait to watch her take the mat at competitions and have fun performing for the crowd!

 

Week of October 1st:

Jaydalis Hernandez

Jaydalis is a sophomore on the varsity Fall Spirit team.  Coach Robichaud said she is a hard worker who follows directions well.  She is respectful of all the coaches as well as her teammates.  Jayda pushes herself to be better every practice by working her tumbling to gain more skills.  She is a powerful main base who catches on quickly and the effort she puts in at practice doesn't go unnoticed.  Coach said she is an important asset to the team and they are thrilled to have her!  Jayda has also done Winter Spirit(1yr) and Outdoor Track(1yr).

 

 

Week of September 16th:

Emma Bailey

Emma is a senior and captain on the Varsity Field Hockey team.  Coach Gatsas said during the last 3 games this past week, Emma played extremely defensively.  She broke up many scoring attempts and communicated very well with her teammates.  She also played well offensively at multiple positions.  As one of the captains of the team, she is truly a leader and a role model. Emma plays Field Hockey(3yr), Tennis(3yr), and has done Cross Country(1yr) and Indoor Track(1yr)

 

Week of September 10th:

Bethany Graham

Bethany is a freshmen on the Girls Cross Country team.  Coach Shaw said she lead Salem to their first invitational win in a number of years!  Bethany placed 10th as a freshman in 19:39 placing as the first place freshman in the Varsity meet. She is having a great 1st year of high school.

 

Benjamin Towler

Ben is in his senior year, and Coach Thibodeau said although he ran a few varsity races as a junior, he has been consistently in the top 7 this year. This past weekend, he ran his personal best at the Nashua Invite.  Coach Thibodeau says Ben has a great work ethic and will continue to make strides to set a personal best every time he runs. Ben runs Cross Country(4yr), Outdoor Track(2), Indoor Track(1).

 

Mackenzie Svenson

Mackenzie is a senior and captain of the Varsity Field Hockey team.  Coach Gatsas says she has great leadership skills and plays the game hard both offensively and defensively.  He said she plays very well and is the leading scorer with 4 goals and 1 assist.  She plays Field Hockey(4yr), Lacrosse(3), Indoor Track(2), Gymnastics(1)

Zachary Gibbons

Zach is a senior on the Varsity Football team.  Coach Pike said Zach was integral in Salem's 28-7 season opening victory.  Zach had an interception returned 43 yards for a touchdown!  He was also a perfect 4/4 on extra point attempts.  Zach plays Football(4yr), Basketball(3yr), Lacrosse(3yr).

 

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2019 FIELD HOCKEY CAMP

​Coach Sunna Fulgieri -  Camp Director

 

Date: June 17-20
Time: 9:00am-12:00pm
Grades: 5th-9th
Fee: $80.00

For more information on registration and how to pay, please click on the file below.


2019 BLUE DEVILS VOLLEYBALL

Coach John Roemer - Camp Director

*Please note the 2 camps are for different age groups.

Date: July 15-18
Time: 6:00 pm-8:15 pm
Grades: 6th-9th
Fee: $100.00

For more information on registration and how to pay or to contact coach, please click on the file below.

Date: July 8-11
Time: 6:00 pm-8:15 pm
Grades: High School
Fee: $100.00

For more information on registration and how to pay or to contact coach, please click on the file below.

 


2019 BLUE DEVILS BASKETBALL CAMP

Coach Rob McLaughlin - Camp Director


Boys and Girls    Ages 7-16      June 24-28       9 am-2 pm
Boys and Girls    Ages 7-16      July 8-12          9 am-2 pm 
High School Week:    Boys only        Grades 8-12         June 17-20          4:30 pm-7:00 pm 

For more information on registration and how to pay, please click on the file below or visit http://www.bluedevilbasketballcamp.net

 

 

 

 

 

 


  

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