FRCS ATHLETICS SPORTS BANQUET
Sports banquet will be held June 16th. Food and beverages will begin at 5:30pm in the cafetorium, with the presentation of awards from coaches beginning at 6:00pm. Please send in form to Central Office or directly to Mr. Pavao as soon as possible so we have an accurate head count.
ALL STUDENT ATHLETES MUST HAVE COMPLETED PAPERWORK PACKET BEFORE PARTICIPATING. FORMS CAN BE FOUND AT BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
TRACK SCHEDULE 2014 Season
Head Coach: Conor Sheehan Assistant Coach: Jeffrey Sposato
BASEBALL SCHEDULE 2014 Season
Head Coach: Evan Cardullo Assistant Coach: Steve Cimo
SOFTBALL SCHEDULE 2014 Season
Head Coach: Mallery Andreozzi Assistant Coach: Robert Hickey
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 2014 Season
Cheerleading: Coaches Genni Garanin and Jill Fagan
Men’s Basketball: Coaches Jeffrey Sposato and Kyle Turcotte
Women’s Basketball: Coaches Alaina LaRocca and Catherine Street
Baton: Coach Linda Lavallee
FRCS WINTER ATHLETICS GYM PRACTICE SCHEDULE
Volleyball: Coaches H Hardie and Catherine Street
CONGRATULATIONS to the girls for winning their second straight league title! The Lady Falcons defeated Pioneer Academy 3-2. For tournament results click here.
Cross Country: Coaches Ryan Pinsoneault and Mallery Andreozzi
CONGRATULATIONS to FRCS High School and Middle School Cross Country teams for a great season. High school team finished 3rd overall in Championship meet!
Men’s Soccer: Coaches Jeffrey Sposato and Alaina LaRocca
CONGRATULATIONS to the boys for a great season. Finished 2nd place in the league after losing the Championship game 1-0 to Prospect Hill Academy.
Women’s Soccer: Coaches Erin O’Callahan and Jessica McGinn
CONGRATULATIONS to the girls for a great season. The girls completed their dominating undefeated season after winning their first ever Championship title. The Girls defeated Prospect Hill Academy 6-1.
Eligibility Requirements for Extracurricular Activities
Academic responsibilities are the student’s first priority and take precedence over any athletic or extracurricular activity. Students must maintain a 70 average with nothing below a 65 in all subjects in order to be eligible for athletics and extracurricular activities. If a student’s average drops below 70 percent in any subject he/she will be placed on academic probation. Such probation will make him/her ineligible for participation in any activity until he/she has satisfactorily met the requirements to participate. There will be two times each term that grades will be reviewed, mid-term and end of term. These six-week intervals will determine a student’s participation or probation.
2013-2014 Athletic Offerings for grades 6-12
FALL- Cross Country, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Volleyball
WINTER- Cheerleading, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball
SPRING-Softball, Baseball, Track
Participation in Extra-Curricular Activities after School Hours
Students must be in school for at least five periods (60%) of the school day to participate in any extracurricular activities, including school dances. A student who is absent from school may not participate in any extra-curricular activities. This can be waived only by the student receiving administrative approval in advance of the absence. Students who are suspended, whether in-school or out-of-school suspension, may not participate in any activities on that day. A continual violator of the Code of Conduct will be subject to suspension and/or removal from the extracurricular activity(ies). Detention and teacher detention take priority before students are allowed to participate in extracurricular activities.
All students and coaches will complete concussion training at the start of each season.
Physical Education Policy/Procedures Grades 6-12 download here (Updated 1/6/2012)
FRCS ATHLETIC FORMS