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Sports Information

Registration and medical forms for interscholastic sports:

Physical Exam Deadline Dates for the 2018-2019 School Year:
September 5, 2018 - Fall
November 5, 2018 - Winter
February 25, 2019 - Spring

To All Students and Parents,

An up-to-date sports physical (current within one year of the try-out date) is required of every student who wishes to try out for afterschool sports. Each season, at least one month prior to try-outs, the deadline for sports physicals is announced daily. Additionally, an email is sent home to parents announcing the start of the new sports season and the deadline for all paperwork. 

A current, valid sports physical is a mandatory requirement of the State of New Jersey for all student-athletes. All students must submit a sports physical by the deadline date or he/she will be ineligible for try-outs. Due to the volume of physicals we receive and the review process, we cannot extend the deadline.

THERE ARE NO REFUNDS FOR SPORTS OR ACTIVITIES. If you are registering for a sport or activity that requires a physical, please make sure you have provided your school nurse with the physical form.

Students are responsible for ensuring their physical is current and are welcome to check their status with the nurse.

 

CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT PAY-TO-PARTICIPATE. 

IMPORTANT CHANGES TO SPORTS PHYSICAL EXAMINATION PAPERWORK--(updated March 2015)--The Pre-Participation Exam may ONLY be completed by a licensed physician, advanced practice nurse(APN) or physician assistant(PA) that has completed the Student-Athlete Cardiac Assessment professional development module.

It is recommended that you verify that your medical provider has completed this module before scheduling an appointment for a PPE.

Boys’ Baseball
The baseball program is one of the interscholastic sports offered 6th, 7th, and 8th graders during the spring season. Tryouts for the team are held in March. Games are played after school on a competitive level against other schools in the area. Athletic ability, sportsmanship, and academic proficiency are important pre-requisites for team selection.

Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball
The basketball program is one of the interscholastic sports offered during the winter season. Tryouts for the teams are held in November. Games are played after school on a competitive level against other schools in the area. Athletic ability, sportsmanship, and academic proficiency are important pre-requisites for team selection. There are currently two boys’ basketball teams and two girls’ basketball teams. We offer a boys’ 6th and 7th grade team and a girls 6th and 7th grade team as well as a boys’ 8th grade team and a girls’ 8th grade team.

Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country
Boys’ and girls’ cross country is held during the fall season and is open to all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Cross Country is a no cut sport with practices and meets held daily after school. 

Boys’ and Girls’ Soccer
The soccer program is one of the interscholastic sports offered during the fall season. Tryouts for the teams are held in September. Games are played after school on a competitive level against other schools in the area. Athletic ability, sportsmanship, and academic proficiency are important pre-requisites for team selection. There are currently two boys’ soccer teams and one girls’ soccer team. We offer a boys’ 6th and 7th grade team and a boys’ 8th grade team and a girls’ 6th, 7th, and 8th grade team.

Boys’ and Girls’ Tennis
Boys’ and girls’ tennis is held during the spring season. Tryouts are held in March with practices and matches held daily after school. Team selection is based on academic proficiency, athletic ability, and sportsmanship.

Boys’ and Girls’ Track 
Boys’ and girls’ track is held during the spring season and is open to all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. TrackC is a no cut sport with practices and meets held daily after school. 

Girls’ Softball
Softball is held during the spring season and is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Tryouts are held in March with practices held daily after school. Team selection is based on academic proficiency, athletic ability, and sportsmanship.

Girls' Field Hockey
The field hockey program is one of the interscholastic sports offered during the fall season and is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Tryouts for the team are held in September. Games are played after school on a competitive level against other schools in the area. Athletic ability, sportsmanship, and academic proficiency are important pre-requisites for team selection.

Cheerleading
This activity is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students who would enjoy cheering for Marlboro Memorial Middle School's home basketball games. Tryouts are held in November with practices and games held daily after school.

Intramural Volleyball
This activity is open to all students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades. Volleyball is a fall sport at Marlboro Memorial Middle School. This is not an interscholastic program. Groups will not compete against other schools. Teams will be set up for intramural play only. Students practice three times per week.  A sports physical is required prior to participation.

Intramural Basketball
This activity is open to all students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades. Basketball is a spring sport at Marlboro Memorial Middle School. This is not an interscholastic program. Groups will not compete against other schools. Teams will be set up for intramural play only. Students practice three times per week.  A sports physical is required prior to participation.

Intramural Lacrosse
This activity is open to all students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades. Lacrosse is a spring sport at Marlboro Memorial Middle School. This is not an interscholastic program. Groups will not compete against other schools. Teams will be set up for intramural play only. Students practice three times per week.  A sports physical is required prior to participation. 

Wrestling 
This activity is open to all students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades.  Wrestling is a winter sport, with daily practices and matches against other area schools. Physicals are required.

Each student is given a schedule that includes playing dates and directions to away games/matches. Please call Mr. Bearse at 732 972-7115 or email at kbearse@mtps.org if you have any questions.