Athletic Director: Sara Martin (508)528-5400 x184
FamilyID Registration for Fall Sports is OPEN:
Tri-County is excited to announce that it is now offering the convenience of online registration through FamilyID for all of its athletic programs. FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register for our programs, and helps us to be more administratively efficient and environmentally responsible. When you register through FamilyID, the system keeps track of your information in your FamilyID profile. You enter your information only once for each family member for multiple uses and multiple sports. Please click on the Cougar below or the link to the FamilyID registration page in the Important Links Box to sign up your student for participation in spring sports. You will also find a link to the FamilyID user guidelines located there. Do not forget that you must have an up-to-date physical examination on file and you must have completed the NFHS Concussion Awareness Course this school year to be eligible.
Beginning in the fall of 2019 any athlete wishing to be a captain of his/her respective sport must complete the Captains' Course through NFHS. The course is free and the certificate of completion must be provided to be eligible.
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Tri-County is a member of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association and competes in the Mayflower Athletic Conference. We offer soccer, football, volleyball, cross-country, golf, cheerleading, basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball, lacrosse, track and field, and ice hockey.
The mission of the Athletic Department is to support and supplement the mission of the Tri-County School System by providing interscholastic and intramural sports programs. We are committed to the personal development and well being of our student-athletes and staff. Through its offerings, the Athletic Department plays an integral part in preparing our student-athletes for citizenship, service and leadership by emphasizing teamwork, self-discipline, personal responsibility and the setting of high standards and achievement.
Tri-County is committed to creating and promoting sportsmanship and ensuring healthy environments for competition.
Principle of Sportsmanship
- Good Citizenship
Standards of Conduct
Administrators, coaches and student-athletes shall conduct themselves in a manner that portrays positive role modeling and also represent their school with the values of sportsmanship.
Spectators are also expected to act in a manner consistent with the Code of Sportsmanship. Spectators are encouraged to applaud the efforts of all teams. Consistent with the Code of Sportsmanship, fans should respect the officials, opposing teams and fans and not demean, taunt or harass them in any way.
- Threatening comments to officials, players, coaches or any person at the event are not permitted and are grounds for removal from the facility. A warning may be issued before removal, but not necessary.
- No profanity, insulting or personally degrading comments are to be made towards officials, players, coaches or any person at the event. Continuation of this action, after being warned, is grounds for removal from the facility.