Update: Friday, January 22nd
Tonight's basketball games will start at 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm. All home athletic events at West can be streamed through the app, Twitch. This app must be downloaded to whatever device is being used. In order to get to the event, enter "West_Athletics" into the search engine of Live Channels.
Here's the link for tonight's Girls Basketball Game at Pelham (6 pm): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBa5QqAGYBtUnQ2Q9ZaDMnA
Winter Sports have been officially approved to begin by the School Board. Please be sure to register on FamilyID.
All Tryouts Will Officially Begin On Monday January 4th and More Information Will Follow Regarding Tryout Times.
All Student-Athletes Must Arrive/Depart Precisely at the Times Indicated, Be Fully Registered Prior To Attending Any Pre-Tryout Skill and Drill Session or Tryout And Bring Their Own Water
Pre-Tryout Skill and Drill Sessions
Girls Basketball: Fri 12/18 3:15-5:45, Saturday TBD, Mon 12/21 3:15 -5:45, Tues 12/22 3:15-5:45
Boys Basketball: Fri 12/18 6:15-8:45; Saturday TBD, Mon 12/21 6:15-8:45, Tues 12/22 6:15-8:45
Girls Track: Mon. 12/21 - 3:15-4:15, Tues 12/22 3:15-4:15
TBA Wrestling: Mon 12/21 4:00-5:45
Winter Spirit: TBA
Boys Track: TBA
Congratulations to our All-Division Soccer Athletes
Youth Sports Safety Week
Making sure our young athletes are safer is our priority. Safe Sports will be drawing attention to this issue during this November’s Youth Sports Safety Week, 11/14-11/20. We have several events planned for the Week. Pre-registration is required for all events. Please visit www.safesportsnetwork.org or call 603-627-9728.
11/18/2020: A blended learning CPR/AED course will be offered for coaches. Blended learning consists of an online component that is completed prior to the skills session. The skills sessions are scheduled for Wednesday, November 18, 5-6 pm and 6:30-7:30 pm. Coaches will only need to attend one of the skills sessions, not both, in addition to the online component.
11/18/2020: Chipotle night!Wednesday, November 18, 5-9 pm, 926 S Willow St, Manchester. Let the cashier know you’re with Safe Sports Network or enter the codeJ6M4AEMfor order out.
11/19/2020: A free community lecture titled Getting Emotional about Concussions by neuropsychologist Dr. Jonathan Lichtenstein is scheduled for Thursday, November 19, 7-9 pm. Dr. Lichtenstein will discuss the often-overlooked emotional impact of concussion and how we can support concussed athletes while they recover.
Safe Sports Network’s injury drop-in clinic and other sports safety services are available throughout the year.
Safe Sports Network is a nonprofit program. All services to athletes are free. Donate today by texting ssnyssw2020 to 76278 to keep these services available free for young athletes.For more information, visit www.safesportsnetwork.org, call 603 627-9728 or email email@example.com.
Brian Kenney, Athletic Director
For all team schedules, click on the link below:
TO PARTICIPATE IN ATHLETICS, A STUDENT MUST:
All student/athletes are required to have health insurance. For information on insurance options through the Manchester School District please follow this link:
Provide a copy of your current physical examination at the tryout or to the athletic director prior to the tryout. It must be within a calendar year and must be in hand in order to participate.
Be enrolled in and passing at least four courses. In order to be eligible for a fall sport- an athlete must have passed at least four classes during the previous 4th quarter. Incoming 9th graders are all eligible.
Take a computer based online concussion test (the test will be offered to each athlete at the beginning of the season).
Be registered on FamilyID prior to the tryout. Click the link to register on FamilyID: https://www.familyid.com/pages/home
NCAA Eligibility Requirements
The NCAA will be instituting this policy as a result of the pandemic for the fall and for the next few years.
See flyer on the left:
The Fall Site Chart is shown below: