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FALL Sports Registration 


Registration is now open for all high school athletes for the 2020-21 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, 2020) 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 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 2020-21, 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. You need to submit the LAST page of the Covid Athletic waiver (located to the right-see notes)
  6. SUMMER-Check the athletic website throughout the summer to find updated start dates/times for Fall sports and the Fall Athlete meeting in the Davis gym.  Please remember Fall sports tryouts/practice start BEFORE school starts.

SHS Athletic Highlights


To help minimize Covid19, Salem High School currently does NOT allow any visiting fans at any athletic event.  Home fans will receive tickets from their athlete to attend their home games only.  

Also - please see Division 1 High School Fall Sports Attendance & team Protocols pdf at top of page above.


Links to upcoming home/away games:



If you still need to order your Fall Sport Pictures
To order:
Go to
click on "Order Here"
click on "Sports"
Search for Salem High




REMINDER OF APPOINTMENT NOTES - Any athletes who are late to school or are dismissed from school due to a in-person or virtual medical appt(includes doc/dent/couns/eye dr/dermatology etc) needs to bring back a note from the appt that states "cleared for sports" (or lists any restrictions) in order to play/practice that day.  This can also be fax to our office 603-893-7084 or email/scanned to Mr. Insinga or Mrs. Rosentrater


Track and Field construction

Please stay off/out of the construction area at all times until it has been completed. There are several coats needed for the track and time to cure between the coats which is why we need to stay off it at this time.

Also - our bleachers are being worked on and this is also part of the construction area.
Thank you.



**NOTE- currently, lockers are not being used to try an cut down on touching surfaces/covid. Items can be placed inside the locker rooms in front of lockers/on locker islands/benches each morning. Reminder that ALL items need to be removed at end of day and taken with you to practice/games.
 When lockers can be used again....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. 




**SHS Athletics Boosters Scholarship deadline has been extended until May 4th**

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



2020-21 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.



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






Shaelyn Burke

Shaelyn is a Freshman on the Varsity Winter Spirit team.  Coach Becky Robichaud says that she has been a dedicated member of our team since the beginning of the season.  She is at every practice and works hard towards new skills with a positive attitude that doesn't go unnoticed.  Shaelyn shined at Astroblast hitting her stunts and helped the team win grand champions of the competition!


Erin Ross

Erin is a Freshman on the gymnastics team.  Coach Lilly Oliveri said at the start of January, Erin was just learning her new floor routine and as weeks went on, she continued to score better and better.  At our meet against Goffstown, she placed 2nd with an 8.2 tying our team season high score on that event.  Coach Oliveri said Erin has been a great contribution to Floor and Vault this season. Erin was also on the Field Hockey team.


George Boudreau

George is a Junior who is a 3 year Varsity Wrestler. Coach Nick Eddy said George went 5-0 last week and won the Methuen Invitational on Saturday.  He defeated 2X New England place winner Keegan Coon (Mount Anthony, VT) in the finals which earned him his second Outstanding Wrestler award of the season.  George is now 40-5 on the year and has 94 career wins.  George is also a 3 year Golf team member.



Matthew Adams

Matt is a senior who is a 4 year Varsity Wrestler.  Coach Nick Eddy said Matt was 5-0 with 5 pins improving to 25-2 on the season.  He finished 1st at the Nashua South tournament and none of his four opponents made it out of the first period! 


Emma Sheedy

Emma Sheedy is a senior who is a 4 year Varsity Gymnast.  Coach Lilly Oliveri said Emma scored a career high 8.2 on floor at her senior meet!  Her vault and beam scores have also contributed to the team score each meet.  Coach Oliveri said Emma has proven to be a great captain this season.


Chloe Sicard

Chloe is a Senior who is a 4yr Varsity Field Hockey player.  Coach John Gatsas said Chloe had a very productive week offensively last week.  She scored 3 goals and had 1 assist.  Coach said "she is one of the 3 Captains on the team and is a very good leader.  She plays the game aggressively and gives 100% effort all the time.  Her level of play motivates her teammates to up their game."

Troy DeMinico

Troy is a sophomore on the Varsity Boys Soccer team. Coach Matt Persell said "Troy slotted 3 goals against Manchester Memorial and had an assist to help the boys win their first game of the season with a score of 9-3!"  He is having a great start to the season.


Briana Boucher

Briana is a Junior who is a 3yr Varsity Field Hockey player.  Coach Gatsas said in their 1st game of the season, "Briana scored a goal and played very well defensively for us.  Later in the week, during our second game, she moved the ball well and was played very aggressive defensively.  Her hard work during pre-season is paying off!"






Athlete of the Week

Athletic Links

Best Buddies

The Best Buddies NH program is coming to Salem High School.