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Athletic Registration- School Year 2019-2020 - Fall Season

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

FamilyID Registration is open for 2019 Fall athletics.

 

Fall athletic registration must be completed by August 13th. 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, “click” your sport, and “Submit."

Please contact the Athletic Department with any questions at 781.475.5320

FamilyID:

School for Boys- Fall 2019 Athletic Registration

School for Girls- Fall 2019 Athletic Registration

 

Fall Season Try-Out/Practice Schedule

(Please check regularly for updates and changes)

 

Cross-County -School for Boys - Non-Cut

August 22, 2019 - Practice begins, time 3:00

Track Br. Gilbert Stadium

 

Cross-Country-School for Girls - Non-Cut

Thursday, August 22, 3:00pm

Track Br. Gilbert Stadium

 

Football-School for Boys- Non-Cut

 

August 16, 2019

Juniors & Seniors 1:00pm

Freshman & Sophomores 1:30pm

Classroom 2:30pm

Practice: 3:00-5:00pm

August 17, 2019

Football Clinic- All incoming 9th graders 9:00am-11:00am

Sophomores, Juniors and seniors report at 10:00am

Practice: 11:30am-1:30pm

August 19, 2019

Report: 2:00pm, Classroom: 2:30pm-3:00-pm, Practice: 3:15pm-5:30pm - Helmets only

August 20, 2019

 

Report: 2:00pm, Classroom: 2:30pm-3:00pm, Practice: 3:15pm-5:30pm - Helmets and shoulder pads

August 21, 2019

Report: 8:30am, Practice: 9:00am-11am, - Helmet and Shoulder Pads

August 22, 2019

Report 2:00pm, Classroom: 2:30pm-3:00pm, Practice 3:15-5:30pm - Full

Parent Meeting 6:00pm - If you haven't received the full calendar by this time you will receive it at the meeting.

Scrimmage August 24, 2019 vs Belmont, 10:00am

Scrimmage August 30, 2019 vs. Saugus, 4:00pm

All practices held on Donovan Field, Br. Gilbert Stadium

 

Game Day Cheer- School for Girls - Cut

Monday - Thursday, August 26-29, 2019 - Open practice for anyone interested in trying out. Attendance is highly encouraged, Dance, cheers, motions, jumps, etc. will be taught. 3:00pm - 4:30pm. Rotund Field

September 3-5, 2019 - Try-outs

 

Golf- School for Boys - Cut

Monday-Thursday, August 26-29, 2019, 6:15am

Series of 9-hole matches, Mt. Hood Golf Course, Melrose MA

Call Coach O'Connor 617-872-5058, for a start day and time

 

Soccer-School for Boys - Cut

WHO: All candidates for Sub-Varsity and Varsity Soccer.

Attendance is mandatory to be considered for either team unless a candidate is excused in advance by the Head Coach.

WHEN: Thursday, August 22, 2019, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Donovan Field, Br. Gilbert Stadium.

Practice Starts promptly at the scheduled time. Players should report to the field 15-30 mins early to get ready. This schedule may be adjusted and/or second sessions may be added to certain days during the tryout period to accommodate the number of candidates, scrimmages, additional tryout sessions, training goals and objectives, etc. Schedule changes will be communicated in advance.

BRING: 2 t-shirts (blue & White), 2 pair of shorts, 2 pairs of socks, a change of underwear, warm-up or sweat suit, rain suit or nylon jacket for rainy weather, soccer shoes, sneakers, shin guards. Bring toiletries (soap, shampoo, deodorant, towel, etc.). Locks will not be available during double sessions. Candidates are encouraged to bring a lock for your locker. Water will be provided, but candidates are encouraged to bring their own water bottles.

Completed Physicals and Family ID must be completed before any athlete may try out.

Please call Head Coach Scott Elias (781-589-8194) or email: (hats1595@aol.com) if you have any questions regarding double sessions or the tryout process for Malden Catholic's Soccer Program.

 

Thursday August 22nd , 2019

5:00 to 8:00 – Br. Gilbert Stadium (All Players)

Friday August 23rd, 2019

1:00pm to 4:00pm – Br. Gilbert Stadium (All Players)

Monday August 26th, 2019

5:00 to 8:00 – Br. Gilbert Stadium (All Players)

Tuesday August 27th, 2019

5:00 to 8:00 – Br. Gilbert (All Players)

Wednesday August 28th, 2019

5:00 to 8:00 – Br. Gilbert Stadium (All Players)

Thursday August 29th, 2019

9:00am to 12:00 – Br. Gilbert Stadium (All Players) (concussion protocol

Friday August 30th, 2019

12:00pm to 2:00 pm – Br. Gilbert Stadium (All Players)

Scrimmage 4:00pm (Players will find out at 2:00pm who will play in scrimmage)

 

Soccer-School for Girls - Cut

Try-Outs begin

Thursday August 22nd, 3:00pm, Rotundi Field

 

Volleyball -Cut

Doherty Gymnasium at Malden Catholic

Try-Outs

Monday August 26- Wednesday August 28, 3:00pm-5:00pm

 

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:

Concussion Forms

The following forms must be completed and up-to-date in students' medical files in the school nurses' office before students can participate in athletics:

Pre-Participation Head Injury/Concussion Reporting Form.

Concussion Course

All forms must be returned to the nurses' office before students receive their try-out/participation clearance cards.

Concussion Policy

Any athlete who exhibits signs, symptoms, or behavior consistent with a concussion (such as loss of consciousness, nausea, headache, dizziness, confusion, or balance problems) shall be immediately removed from the contest and shall not return to play until cleared by an appropriate health-care professional.

When an athlete is cleared to return to play by a physician with documentation after they have sustained a concussion, a gradual return to play plan will be administered by the Athletic Trainer to monitor the athlete and insure they are symptom free during sports specific activities, before allowing them to participate in live athletic participation. Any prior concussion history for an athlete before attending Malden Catholic High School should be noted in the mandatory Pre-Participation Head Injury Concussion Reporting Form that is due before each sports season for record keeping purposes.

Concussion Law

Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to enhance forthwith the public health of school athletes, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same as follows:

SECTION 1.

Chapter 111 of the General Laws is hereby amended by adding the following section:-

Section 222.

(a) The department shall direct the division of violence and injury prevention to develop an interscholastic athletic head injury safety training program in which all public schools and any school subject to the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association rules shall participate. Participation in the program shall be required annually of coaches, trainers and parent volunteers for any extracurricular athletic activity; physicians and nurses who are employed by a school or school district or who volunteer to assist with an extracurricular athletic activity; school athletic directors; directors responsible for a school marching band; and a parent or legal guardian of a child who participates in an extracurricular athletic activity.

In developing the program, the division may use any of the materials readily available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The program shall include, but not be limited to: (1) current training in recognizing the symptoms of potentially catastrophic head injuries, concussions and injuries related to second impact syndrome; and (2) providing students that participate in any extracurricular athletic activity, including membership in a marching band, the following information annually: a summary of department rules and regulations relative to safety regulations for students participation in extracurricular athletic activities, including the medical protocol for post-concussion participation or participation in an extracurricular athletic activity; written information related to the recognition of symptoms of head injuries, the biology and the short-term and long-term consequences of a concussion.

(b) The department shall develop forms on which students shall be instructed to provide information relative to any sports head injury history at the start of each sports season. These forms shall require the signature of both the student and the parent or legal guardian thereof. Once complete, the forms shall be forwarded to all coaches prior to allowing any student to participate in an extracurricular athletic activity so as to provide coaches with up-to-date information relative to an athlete’s head injury history and to enable coaches to identify students who are at greater risk for repeated head injuries.

(c) If a student participating in an extracurricular athletic activity becomes unconscious during a practice or competition, the student shall not return to the practice or competition during which the student became unconscious or participate in any extracurricular athletic activity until the student provides written authorization for such participation, from a licensed physician, licensed neuropsychologist, certified athletic trainer or other appropriately trained or licensed health care professional as determined by the department of public health, to the school’s athletic director.

If a student suffers a concussion as diagnosed by a medical professional, or is suspected to have suffered a concussion while participating in an extracurricular athletic activity, the student shall not return to the practice or competition during which the student suffered, or is suspected to have suffered, a concussion and shall not participate in any extracurricular athletic activity until the student provides written authorization for such participation, from a licensed physician, licensed neuropsychologist, certified athletic trainer or other appropriately trained or licensed health care professional as determined by the department of public health, to the school’s athletic director.

(d) A coach, trainer or volunteer for an extracurricular athletic activity shall not encourage or permit a student participating in the activity to engage in any unreasonably dangerous athletic technique that unnecessarily endangers the health of a student, including using a helmet or any other sports equipment as a weapon.

(e) The superintendent of the school district or the director of a school shall maintain complete and accurate records of the district’s or school’s compliance with the requirements of this section. A school that fails to comply with this section, as determined by the department, shall be subject to penalties as determined by the department.

(f) Nothing in this section shall be construed to waive liability or immunity of a school district or its officers or employees. This section shall not create any liability for a course of legal action against a school district, its officers or employees.

(g) A person who volunteers to assist with an extracurricular athletic activity shall not be liable for civil damages arising out of any act or omission relating to the requirements of this section, unless such person is willfully or wantonly negligent in his act or omission.

(h) The division shall adopt regulations to carry out this section.

SECTION 2.

Penalties for noncompliance with the program or regulations promulgated pursuant to said section 222 of said chapter 111 shall not be imposed before January 1, 2011.

Approved July 19, 2010

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