Light Grey = Home Game
Red = Away Game
4:00 p.m. Girls Varsity & JV Softball vs. Canton
Congratulations to Mike Vaughn on his 200 win with the boys basketball team 2/22/16
COACH OF THE YEAR
Theresa Nyhan, Mansfield
for Field Hockey
17-1 regular season record and 20 total wins after playoffs, 15-1 league record, second straight Kelley-Rex Division title, advanced to D1 South Sectional Final.
Melissa Heeden, Mansfield
14-6 regular season record, 13-3 league record, tied for 1st place in the Kelley-Rex, won a Hockomock League title for the first time in program history.
Stephen Sheridan, Mansfield
Mansfield head coach Steve Sheridan has been selected as the 2015 HockomockSports.com Boys Soccer Coach of the Year. Sheridan led the Hornets to an overall record of 13-4-3 and a Hockomock League Kelley-Rex Division title, the program’s first league title since 2006 and first ever Kelley-Rex crown.
Sheridan is the fifth different Mansfield coach to be named HockomockSports.com Coach of the Year following Melissa Heedan (Volleyball 2015), Theresa Nyhan (Field Hockey 2015), Michael Vaughan (Boys Basketball 2013-2014, 2014-2015) and Joe Breen (Baseball 2015).
Special Recognition Award
Mansfield High School Girls Soccer Team Named 2014-15 NSCAA High School Team Academic Award Recipient
*Disclaimer - information posted here for awards has been received from coaches.
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Mansfield Police Dept
Mon. June 6th 6:30 pm
America's Addiction to Opioids: Heroin and Prescription Drug Abuse
A Night to Help Save the Families of Mansfield
from the Destruction of the this Epidemic
Subject: Save the Date for Monday, June 6th---Special Presentation by Mansfield Police/Gridiron Club 6:30 pm
Dear MHS Parents and Players:
We would like to invite you to a special presentation being offered by the Mansfield Police Department and sponsored by the Gridiron Club of Mansfield on Monday, June 6th at 6:30 pm in the MHS Auditorium. Our nation if facing a national epidemic related to the abuse of pain killers and heroin addiction that is impacting every city and town in America and Mansfield is not exempt.
Locally, heroin overdoses have climbed dramatically and we all know someone
who has been negatively impacted by this crisis. Unfortunately, this crisis
can potentially impact your son or daughter and we hope that this presentation will help your family avoid the destruction that this epidemic is causing other families. This epidemic impacts males/females, adults/adolescents, athletes and non-athletes (athletes are actually more as risk due to injuries and the risk of being prescribed pain killers that can become addictive).
Please plan to attend this event which will be led by our school resource officer Mr. Ken Wright and former MHS graduate and football captain Officer Tom Connor. The presentation will also include Mr. Cory Palazzi (and his mother(, a former student-athlete at Taunton High School, who was injured and became addicted to Percocet, and then moved on to heroin which led to an overdose and continued physical and mental injuries. Both Cory and his mother will discuss how a highly successful student-athlete, who attended college at UMASS-Dartmouth in the highly selective nursing program became a heroin addict and nearly died of an overdose.
The event should last about an hour and will be followed by an informal reception in the cafeteria where Mr. Wright, Mr. Connor,Cory Pallazzi and his Mom will be available to answer questions. Please make every effort to attend this event before we break for summer vacation and we are hopeful that if one student is saved from this epidemic it will be a worthwhile event for our community.
In advance of the event, please feel free to read the article from the Boston Globe about Cory and his challenges:
After several games of fun between students and teachers, the students came out victorious over the teachers and won the volleyball tournament held yesterday in the gym on Thursday, May 19
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FAll SPORTS SIGN-UPS are underway
Cheerleading, Cross Country ~ Boys and Girls, Field Hockey, Golf, Soccer ~ Boys and Girls, Volleyball
Here is the link to online registration:
User Fee: There is a $150 fee due for each athlete per season with a $500 family maximum for the 2016- 2017 season. When you register online, at the end of the portion you will be directed to a page to pay online or go to www.mhs-athletics.com and look for online payment link. The ONLY sport that can pay online are TRACK and football all other sports need to submit cash or check and will receive their money back if your child does not make the team. Checks should be made out to Mansfield High School
Payment Due Dates: 06/09/16
Final day to have all registration material submitted to ensure your child will be able to participate on the first day of fall sports is 06/09/16
Are held during the summer but are not mandatory… They are for conditioning only. Coaches are not present.
May 16 at 2 p.m in room 115 at the high school for (incoming football freshman) and May 18 at 2 p.m in room 115 at the high school for any remaining football players who have not been tested in two years
May 23 at 2 p.m in room 115 at the high school forall other incoming freshman for Fall Sports and May 24 at 2 p.m in room 115 at the high school for for any remaining athlete who has not been tested in two years and plans on participating in a Fall Sport.
One week prior to tryouts, go to the web page of the sport you are trying out for and look for your name. If it is not there, then there is a problem and you need to contact the athletic office to see what is missing in order for
Congratulations to this year's Hocomock Scholar Athletes Winners ~ Julia Todesco and Jake Affanato
Mansfield High School Athletics is proud to announce we have qualified for the 2015 MIAA Sportsmanship Honor Roll
This award is for schools that did not have any coaches and/or athletes disqualified from a contest for an entire academic year.
Athletic User Fees
For the 2016-2016 school year athletic user fees is $150 per seasonper athlete. There is a family cap of $500 per school year.
For anyone on free or reduced lunch ~ you need to provide a letter for your athletic fee. Dawn Langtry, in charge of food services, can provide a copy if you no longer have your letter.
For Outdated Physicals
The following information is for places you may be able to obtain a physical if you cannot get an appointment with your physician.
All students regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, limited English proficiency, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or housing status, have equal access to all programs, including athletics and other extracurricular activities.
Friday, 5/27/16 9:15 AM