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.
Whether they’re in the classroom or on the court, Tri-County student-athletes work hard, every day.
Tri-County will be offering the following sports in the spring season: Baseball, Softball, Boys and Girls Outdoor Track and Field, Boys and Girls Lacrosse, and Wrestling.
Spring 2021 Weight Room Sign-ups: Tuesdays and Thursday 2:15 – 4:00
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.
Want to know the latest latest game scores and schedule changes? TC Athletics has a new Twitter page! To join, go to: twitter.com/TriRvths
Every year the Tri-County Boosters’ Organization provides scholarships for graduating student-athletes. The purpose of the scholarship is to promote the mission of the Tri-County Athletic Department in preparing student-athletes for citizenship, service and leadership by emphasizing teamwork, self-discipline, personal responsibility and the setting of high standards and achievement. The applications and reflections of the candidates who epitomize these characteristics and meet the requirements below will be evaluated by a panel of Booster Club members. Eligible candidates are seniors who are in good academic standing and have completed at least seven seasons. All applications and reflections for the 2021 scholarship are due to Mrs. Martin by 3:00pm on Friday April 30th.
TRI-COUNTY BOOSTER’S Athletic Scholarship Application 2021 (GoogleDoc Format)
Tri-County is 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 here 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. Also, all soccer, football, and hockey players must complete an Impact Baseline Test prior to being cleared to play.
Effective school year 2019 – 2020:
2017 State Vocational Champions
2015-2016 Fall Mayflower Athletic Conference Champions
2014-15 Fall and Winter Mayflower Athletic Conference Champions
2014-15 Fall and Winter Division 3 Regional Champions
Girls Volleyball 2018
Mayflower League Champions State Vocational Champions
Mayflower League Player of the Year: Kiara Dempsey
Mayflower League All-Stars: Kiara Dempsey, Sarah Killoy, and Ashley Barry
MIAA Student-Athlete of the Month for November 2018: Sarah Killoy
Coach of the Year: Steph Caffrey
Girls Soccer 2018
Mayflower League Co-Champions
State Vocational Champions
Mayflower League All-Stars: Alana Kessler, Jill Plante, Chloe Lynch, and Julia Hutchinson
Mayflower League Champions
Mayflower League All-Stars: Brody Dalzell, Matthew Brangiforte, and Colby Jones
Coach of the Year: Ryan Hippert
Mayflower League Co-Player of the Year: Jordan Pina
Mayflower League All-Stars: Jordan Pina, Tyler Saunders, Eric Josephson, Jake Benton, Evan Langille, and Nate Glidden
Boys Soccer 2018
Mayflower League All-Stars: Jacob Howard, and Thomas Conway
Coach of the Year: Rick Vernon
Wrestling 2018 – 2019
D3 Central Sectional Champions
Mayflower League Champions
State Vocational Champions (Small Division)
John Applin Memorial Dual Meet Tournament Champions
Agawam Holiday Tournament Champions
Cohasset Tournament Champions
Mayflower League All-Stars: Harley Blanchette, Cole Guertin, Patrick Griffin, Kevin Carlucci, Dominic Parrella, Drew Hansen, Ashley Barrett, Tyler Goddard
Girls’ All-State Champion: Ashley Barrett
Mayflower League and D3 Central Coach of the Year: Steve LaPlante
Girls Basketball 2018 – 2019
Mayflower League Co-Player of the Year: Abigail DiFloures
Mayflower League All-Stars: Abigail DiFloures, Jena Johnson
Coach of the Year: Julie Caffrey
Boys Basketball 2018 – 2019
Mayflower League All-Star: Jordan Pina
Mayflower League All Stars: Kolbie Blakely, Gerard Ayotte
Mayflower League All-Stars: Morgan Collupy, Ava Noble
Boys Lacrosse 2019
State Vocational Runner-up
Mayflower League Co-Player of the Year: Brody Dalzell
Mayflower League All-Stars: Evan Langille, Jacob Moreau, Brody Dalzell