Manasquan High School

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Welcome to the MHS Athletics Page
  
High School Sports are highly competitive and require hard work and dedication.
Tryouts will be held at the beginning of each sports season.
Practice for most sports is 5 - 6 day a week and any student who wants to play sports must be academically eligible.
SPORTS ACCOMPLISHMENTS

FALL 2014/2015 SEASON

 

 

Football – 3 wins; 7 losses. Tanner Cowley – all-division and 2nd team all-shore.

 

Field Hockey -5 wins; 13 losses and 2 ties. 

 

Boys Soccer -9 wins; 9 losses and 1 tie. Lost in the final of the State Tournament. 

                        Ed Franzoni –all-“A” division and all-monmouth; Enrique Perez –all “A” Central.   

 

Girls Soccer -11 wins; 9 losses. Tied for 3rd in the shore conference; qualified for shore conference; made it to the 2nd round of states.

 

Girls Tennis -13 wins; 6 losses. Made it to the shore conference semi-finals; Central Jersey Group 2 semi-finals. Brianne Lauria -1st singles monmouth county tournament; 16th in state singles tournament.

 

Boys Cross Country –placed 2nd in “A” central jersey; 10th in shore conference; 5th in central jersey group 2 sectional; 8th in all-group 2 state.

 

Girls Cross Country -2 wins; 5 losses. Qualified for shore conference.

 

Surf -2 wins; 0 losses. State champions. Cooper Fortney –long board state champion; 2nd in state short board; Sara Hegna -3rd girl in state; Jessie Duerr -2nd girl in state; Fionna Mahoney -6th girl in state; Pat Pompilio -6th boy in state; Bailey Redy -7th boy in state; John Campo -8th boy in state.

 

Gymnastics -3 wins; 7 losses. Ashlynn Hayes –qualified for shore conference and state sectionals; Abby Schwind –qualified for state sectionals.                   

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ATTENTION ALL COACHES, ATHLETES, PARENTS AND SPECTATORS

 

The Manasquan School District has implemented and will adhere to rule 21.1 of the Shore Conference at ALL athletic events.

 

RULE 21.1

The following are specific expectations regarding spectator conduct at all Shore Conferencevents, including regular and post season competition.  The use of noisemakers, voice enhancing devices or any objects that may impede the progress of the game/event are deemed inappropriate and therefore they are strictly forbidden and will be confiscated if necessary.

 

a.   Artificial noisemakers are not permitted at indoor and outdoor events. This includes bells, whistles, thunder sticks, clappers, balloons, megaphones (except cheerleaders) and horns.  Artificial noisemakers are prohibited by NFHS Rules.

 

b.   Body painting is not permitted at indoor and outdoor events.

c.   Bare Chests are not permitted.

d.   All signs must be hung on the walls and show only positive support. Those that direct negative comments toward opponents or are unsportsmanlike are not permitted. Visiting schools may not bring banners/signs to hang at a host school’s venue.

 

e.   Flags are not permitted in indoor facilities in the stands.

 

f.    Teams may run through banners that are positive and promote good sportsmanship.

g.   Pep bands are allowed at all events.

h.   Face painting is allowed as provided that it has been done prior to entering the stadium/arena.

 

i.    Rally Towels are allowed.

 

j.    Foam finders are allowed as long as they are not blocking spectator viewing.