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Fall Try-Out Schedule

Malden Catholic Fall sports will begin on Monday, August 23, 2021. Football and Cheerleading will begin on Friday, August 20, 2021.  

 (Please check regularly for updates and changes)

 

 

Athletic Registration- School Year 2021-2022 - Fall Season 2021

All Student Athletes must register with FamilyID before the start of every athletic season.

FamilyID is open for Fall Athletics Registration. The registration deadline for Fall sports is Friday, August 13, 2021

Fall athletic registration must be completed by Friday August 13, 2021. Any student-athlete who is not registered for Fall Athletics through their FamilyID account will not be allowed to participated in try-outs or practice. There is a 24hr. turnaround period between registration and eligibility to participate. There can be no exceptions.

First-time FamilyID users, please enter your information through the FamilyID link below; it will remain for each family member for multiple uses and multiple programs. Those already registered, please just sign in, Update your information “click” your sport, and “Submit."

All registrations new and existing must upload a current physical ( within the last 13 months) The physical is required for the nurses approval. 

Please contact the Athletic Department with any questions at 781.475.5320

FamilyID:

Boys Division registration link

https://www.familyid.com/malden-catholic-high-school/malden-catholic-fall-athletics-2021-boys

Girls Division registration link

https://www.familyid.com/malden-catholic-high-school/malden-catholic-fall-athletics-2021-girls

 

Student-Athlete Handbook

Please click here to view our student-athlete handbook.

Concussion Protocol

In 2010, Massachusetts passed Senate Bill 2496, commonly known as the "Concussion Law", designed to require schools, parents, and athletes to be educated and have procedures in place regarding concussion reporting. Understanding head injuries is still an inexact science; the CDC describes a concussion as a "traumatic brain injury that comes from a blow to the head." Most concussions occur without a loss of consciousness and simply are not as plainly obvious as a bad broken bone or sprain. Eliminating concussions is next to impossible; in contact sports, injuries of all sorts are inevitable. That makes recognizing head injuries, treating them, and ensuring an athlete is fully healed before he or she returns to the field is absolutely critical. This law requires parents and athletes to receive information about concussions. Malden Catholic's Concussion Protocol is outlined below: