Fall sports include:
CROSS COUNTRY (Boys/Girls)
FALL CHEER (selected by try-out process in May)
FALL PHYSICALS ARE DUE BY WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 2019!
Physicals must be received with enough time to allow clearance process in advance of the season start date. Physicals must be turned in to the Main Office. A receipt will be given to you at that time. FINAL DEADLINE for physical clearance will be 8:30 am on Friday, September 9, 2019. Electronic acknowledgements and signatures are required on specific athletic electronic forms by parents AND students before clearance will be given for participation. Please log onto your Genesis account(s) and click on the FORMS tab for completion.
In the interest of maintaining the condition of the athletic fields and grounds at the Cumberland Regional School District, parking guidelines have been posted for spring sports participants and guests. Please review the parking guidelines available online here before parking at a Colts spring athletic event. Note: Golf carts will be available to escort handicapped and/or elderly individuals from parking areas to the playing fields and stadium. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Football - Head Coach, Dwayne Hendricks
Field Hockey - Head Coach, Alysse Mitchell
Girls Soccer - Head Coach, Brian Dean, Jr.
Boys Soccer - Head Coach, Gene Thomas
Girls Tennis - Head Coach, Ashley Evans
Boys Cross Country - Head Coach, Jamie Bagley
Girls Cross Country - Head Coach, Michelle Hoxworth
Cheer - Head Advisor, Essence Henry
Boys Basketball - Head Coach, William Hocker
Girls Basketball - Head Coach, Charity Harris
Wrestling - Head Coach, Robert Williams
Boys Winter Track - Head Coach, Andrew Pierce
Girls Winter Track - Head Coach, Michelle Hoxworth
Boys Swimming - Head Coach, Rich Husted
Girls Swimming - Head Coach, Lauren Vanlier
Baseball - Head Coach, Zachary Grigioni
Softball - Head Coach, Scarlett Weist
Boys Spring Track - Head Coach, Dwayne Hendricks
Girls Spring Track - Head Coach, Michelle Hoxworth
Girls Golf - Head Coach, Samantha LaRosa
Boys Golf - Head Coach, Jason Ceresini
Boys Tennis - Head Coach, Bill Kennedy
All student-athletes, parents and/or guardians must follow the process below for sports participation:
All student-athletes are required to complete the following forms which are available online:
Sports Physical - completed by physician (must be dated within 365 days of the first day of practice. All physicals expire 365 days after they are performed). An updated Sports Physical MUST be on file in the Nurses Office for each athlete. Both pages of the physical MUST be completed by the doctor and original paperwork is required.
History Form - must be completed for EVERY sport EVERY season and be dated within 90 days of the start of each sport. This is a state requirement.
IF THE LAST SPORTS PHYSICAL WAS PERFORMED WITHIN 365 DAYS of the first day of practice, the student-athlete only needs to fill out the Health History form and it must be signed by the parent/guardian and the student-athlete.
All forms must be brought to the Nurses Office only! No faxes, scans or emails. DO NOT hand them to the coach or the first block teacher.
Sports physical forms must be filled out completely. If the phsyician does not fill out all information (example - missing stamp or signature) we must reject the physical form.
Electronic Signatures Needed:
1) Head Injury Concussion Education sign off
2) Cardiac Education sign off
3) Consent to Random Drug & Steriod Testing/Policy and list of Banned Substances sign off
4) Opioid Use and Misuse Educational Fact Sheet sign off
5) Electronic Signature
MANDATORY Hard Copy Submissions - Physical and Health History Update forms and Athletic Contracts must be completed and HARD COPY submitted to the Nurses Office in order for a student-athlete to be cleared for sports participation.
To be eligible for athletic participation during the first semester of a school year, a student must have passed 30 credits as required by the State of New Jersey during the immediately preceding academic year. To be eligible for participation during the second semester, a student must have passed 15 credits as required by the State of New Jersey at the close of the preceding semester. This reflects the eligibility requirements of the NJSIAA to which we adhere and support.
Student-athletes who are medically excused from physical education are not eligible to participate in interscholastic athletics.
An athlete becomes ineligible for high school athletics if he/she attains the age of nineteen prior to September 1. Freshmen student-athletes must not have reached the age of 16 prior to September 1 of the current school year to participate on a freshman team.
No student-athlete shall be eligible for high school athletics after the expiration of eight consecutive semesters following his/her entrance into the 9th grade.
Any summer (make-up) work being used for eligibility purposes must be completed and approved by the school district before the sixth school day in the semester starting in September.
LOCAL ELIGIBILITY STANDARDS
Cumberland Regional High School believes that students should maintain a proper aademic perspective throughout their high school years. Therefore, the following eligibility standards are in place for the needs of athletes experiencing academic problems while participating in sports season:
- One course failure or one incomplete during a marking period - athletic eligibility is tobe determined by the head coach of the sport and the studet-athlete may be placed on probation (indefinite period at the coach's discretion).
- Two course failures or two incomlete grades (or combination) during a markin period - the student-athlete is automatically ineligible for one marking period until his/her grades become available or incomplete grades are made up to coach's satisfaction.
Student-athletes must be in attendance for 2 full blocks during a school day in order to participate in practices or game events scheduled for that respective day or if a Saturday event, the day prior.
The mission of the Cumberland Regional High School
Athletic Department is to educate, train, and inspire
student-athletes to pursue excellence not only in their respective sports, but also in life.
CRHS All-Sports Booster Club
The CRHS All-Sports Booster Club oversees the fundraising efforts for all CRHS athletics programs and supports student-athletes in ways including scholarships. Parents/guardians are welcome to learn more about the CRHS Athletic Booster Club by contacting President Dawn Bowen and/or attending a club meeting on the first Wednesday of each month beginning at 7 p.m. in the Media Center. (Please enter the school building through the front doors.)