Athletics

6/22/22

Fall Registration!!!
22-23 Fall Sports Registration - The registration portal is now open for any student interested in participating in Fall athletics. We offer Cross Country MHS, Girls & Boys Soccer MHS & Girls Tennis HS. If you are interested in playing Field Hockey, we have formed a co-op team with Sayreville High School HS.
Please follow this procedure if you plan on playing Field Hockey with Sayreville: Register on Sayreville's website, submit the original physical form to the Sayreville School Nurse (you must go to Sayreville High School and submit in their physical drop off box), make 2 copies, one for our school nurse Housman and keep a copy. To be eligible, students must:


1. Complete and submit an online registration for fall athletics.

2. Have a valid sports physical on file with Nurse Housman. (Note: Sport physicals need to be approved by our school physician once submitted.)
Complete and submit a COVID-19 Health History Update Form to Nurse Housman.

3.Original copy of the sports physical MUST be submitted to Nurse Housman. Please make a copy and keep it for your records.


4. Be and remain in good academic and behavioral standing throughout the season.

*Early submission is highly recommended to allow for adequate processing time. Formal practices for Fall HS sports will begin August 22, tennis August 17 according to the NJSIAA and middle school sports usually begin the first week of school; therefore, all paperwork must be completed by July 29th.

Sincerely,

Robert Eriksen
Athletic Director


6/16/22

On June 14th we celebrated the accomplishments of our senior athletes. Thank you to our athletes, coaches, parents, administration and the board of education for your continued support to improve athletics in South Amboy. Congratulations to our senior athletes on an outstanding year. You have set the foundation for success of our upcoming athletes and by displaying a solid work ethic, commitment to your teammates and coaches and always displaying good sportsmanship! This year we witnessed Cross Country & Baseball win the Gold Division, had numerous All-Division Athletes, Girls Soccer won the Sportsmanship Award, and our teams are improving thanks to your dedication. I am proud of your accomplishments and wish you success in the future. Thank you for making my first year as your Athletic Director a memorable one.
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Congratulations to our NJSIAA Scholar Athlete, Joe Jamolawicz.

Congratulations to our GMC Sportsmanship recipients, Faith Nemeth & Joel Diaz.




Congratulations to our GMC Scholar Athletes, Guin Kennedy & Anthony Vella.

5/26/22

Congratulations to the Baseball team for winning the GMC Gold Division!
Good luck in the NJSIAA State playoffs Wednesday June 1st @ Waterfront Park, 4:00 PM start. GO GUVS!!!!

5/20/22

Baseball

The HS boys baseball team had their rematch against a 10-2 Timothy Christian team last Thursday. Winner of that game would be the gold division champion. Well, the guvs got their payback, taking it to Timothy Christian and securing the gold division championship  11-3.

Matt Stempinski earned the win on the mound throwing 6 tremendous innings. The offense came alive in the 6th inning as the score was tight up to that point, 4-2, we scored 6 in the 6th and added one more in the top of the 7th to secure the victory, the offense was led by Ben Hernandez, Anthony Vella, Jeremy Vazquez, and Angel Barillas. 

Friday the 13th we received some humble pie from a tough Spotswood team, 10-0 in 5.

The invitational county tournament began for us on Tuesday 5/17 as the 5 seed, and we had to take on Dunellen in the opening round.  We broke the game open after Dunellen scored 3 runs in the first,  putting up a 9 spot and keeping the game out of reach for Dunellen.  We take on the 4 seed Sayreville HS Friday in the quarterfinals.

Softball

The South Amboy Varsity softball team is on fire this week enhancing their record to 14-5 currently on an 8 game winning streak!  On Tuesday in the first round of the NJSIAA Tournament for Central Jersey Group 1 the Lady Guvs defeated Woodbridge Academy by a score of 13-5.   The ladies previously lost to this team earlier in the season and it was great to see them fight for the win, Evalise Perez pitched 5 innings to record the win!  Kyleigh Millette and Kayla Buchanan won the game for the team in the bottom of the 5th inning.  On Wednesday, the ladies traveled to Piscataway to play the number 3 seed (as the 11 seed) in the GMC tournament and left victorious! The score was 16-15.  This nail biter was a game to watch, the team came together after scoring 14 runs in the first inning.  Evalise Perez threw all seven innings on the mound and recorded two hits including a triple.  Jada Berry, Sarah McLaughlin and Jayleen Quintana also had big hits in the game.  The winning hit came from Morgan Moskal who stepped up for the ladies in a huge way while the seniors are away for their Senior Disney trip!  The ladies take on South Hunterdon today for the second round of states at home at 10:00am.

Track

On Thursday night members of the track team competed at the Holmdel Night of 1600s. James Jamolawicz started the night off with one of his fastest times ever while the three freshman, Thomas Cannon, Gavin Rubin and Jimmy Mercado all turned in big PR performances. Guin Kennedy ran her second fastest time ever and missed a PR by just one second. Jack Smith also had a good race and turned in his fastest time of the season. The top performance of the night was turned in by Captain Joe Jamolawicz who became the 7th runner in school history to break the five minute mile barrier with a very fast time of 4:55. 

Tennis

The boys tennis team this week competed in the GMC tennis tournament. Jake Wells and Davey Cheng and Joel Diaz All played singles. On Thursday we played Dunellen we’re on our second doubles team of Nick Szatkowski And Jonathan Moakler winning 10 games in their two sets. A tremendous improvement over the last 3/4 weeks for these two young men.We have one more match on Friday which will conclude our season this year.--

MS Softball

The  middle school softball team improved their record to 8-2 with a win against New Brunswick on Wednesday. Hits were scattered by Bella Pardo, Reagan Restiano, Sophia Hernandez, Macy Daniel and Olivia Rivera. Sophia struck out six batters across three innings of play.

MS Baseball

The middle school baseball team won 4-1 on Wednesday! Trevor Seig got the scoring started by stealing home in the first inning. In the second, Diego Colon had a two-run double and also stole home! Micah Nemeth closed out the abbreviated game by striking out the side in the 3rd inning. Once again the boys were faced with some adversary, but like always, they overcame the issues in their way and came out on top. The hustle and heart of this group has been wonderful to watch as the season has gone on, I could not be more proud as their coach. 

 

 

 

 

5/13/22

Baseball

CONGRATULATIONS to the varsity baseball team for winning the Gold Division!

This week the varsity Guvs were forced to play a double header due to last week's rain, against the third place in the division Dunellen team who have played all teams really tough. Steven Evanski came up huge, throwing a 7 inning 2 hit shutout in the first game of the double dip.  Birthday boy Nigel Johnson put the game out of reach for the destroyers with a bases clearing double to the right center gap. Gabe Albarran collected three big hits as well!

In the night game of the double header Christian  Smith pitched a solid complete game for us, as we won 10-4.  Senior Anthony Vella led the guvs going 4 for 5.  Birthday boy Nigel Johnson also had a great game in the night cap.

The Guvs look to get revenge against Timothy Christian on Thursday to secure the division championship!

The baseball team honored their seniors,  Anthony Vella and scorekeeper Payton Garno.

Softball

Congratulations to the softball team for defeating 6th seeded Highland Park in the first round of the GMC Invitational softball tournament,  

The Varsity Softball team is having an outstanding week winning three consecutive games improving their record to 10-5 and working their way up the division ranking to the third spot.  On Monday, the Lady Guvs scored 8 runs in the last two innings to earn a come from behind victory defeating Mother Seton 13-11.  Brianna Sweatt earned the save on the mound recording 6 strikeouts in 3 innings.  The team had 16 hits a season high for the ladies.  Brianna Sweatt had four hits, Jada Berry three hits, and Sarah McLaughlin and Evalise Perez each with two hits.  

On Tuesday, the team beat South River by a score of 13-5.  Brianna Sweatt pitched the complete game adding ten more strikeouts to her count.  Maggie Whiteley, Jayleen Quintana and Sarah McLaughlin all contributed with two hits each.

On Wednesday in a perfect way to honor the seniors on Senior Night, the Lady Guvs defeated East Brunswick Tech by a score of 16-5.  East Brunswick previously defeated the team earlier in the season and are currently just ahead of South Amboy in the rankings as a number two seed.  Evalise Perez was outstanding on the mound with 7 strikeouts in just 5 innings and only allowing two earned runs.  Iyanni Twiggs had three hits on the day with three stolen bases while Emma Kalantsis had two doubles and three RBIs.  The team is excited to take this momentum into the first round of the GMC tournament on Thursday going against the 5th seeded Highland Park!

 

 

Tennis

The boys had three matches in a row. The team overall has improved from the beginning of the season with Jake Wells at number one and David Cheng at number two winning more games in these three matches then in the previous five. This has been a challenging season for more than one reason as the young men have handled it brilliantly. They kept their heads up throughout the entire season and I’m proud of them for doing that. We honored our two seniors Joel Diaz and Abdelrahman Abousherifa  on Wednesday before the match vs. St. Thomas Aquinas.

Middle School Softball  The middle school softball team defeated Timothy Christian on Monday with a score of 21-1. Bella Pardo had 2 doubles, Taylor Sofilkanich had a home run and singles by Gwen Kalantsis and Olivia Rivera. Dani Kudelka and Sophia Hernandez had a combined 5 strikeouts in 3 innings of play. The team also defeated Highland park with a score of 16-5. The team was led by Taylor Sofilkanich who had a homerun and two doubles. Bella Pardo had a homerun as well and Reagan Restiano had a double. Hits were also scattered by Sophia Hernandez, Jaela Russel, Gwen Kalantsis and Macy Daniel. Sophia Hernandez had a strong performance on the mound with 5 strikeouts.

 

 

 

 

5/6/22

Softball

The Varsity Softball team only played one game this week due to the inclement weather.  On Wednesday, the Lady Guvs defeated South River, the 3rd ranked team in the division by a score of 5-2.  Evalise Perez was unstoppable on the mound and up to bat.  She had a solo homerun and recorded 9 strikeouts.  Emma Kalantsis threw two girls out attempting to steal and had an RBI single to help secure the win for the team.  Jada Berry, Brianna Sweatt and Laura Ivan also each had a hit!

Baseball

The guvs baseball team upped their record up to 8-2 and are currently tied atop the division lead.

We had a rough week weather wise but have been putting in the work at practice daily.

Tennis

Tennis lost 3 to 2 to Perth Amboy. At third singles Joel Diaz defeated his opponent  6-0,6-0. Nick Szatkowski and Justin Venosa won at second doubles 6-4,6-4. The team has shown consistent improvement over the last several weeks.--

MS Baseball

The middle school baseball team won 17-1 on Friday! Led by a dazzling pitching performance from Jack Clements, he was able to shut the opposing team down. Offense was productive again, as Trevor Seig and Diego Colon were both 4 for 4. The boys were excited to play against Sayreville and some of their travel ball teammates. 

 

The middle school baseball team won a tight game on Wednesday by a score of 2-1. Micah Nemeth pitched a gem on the mound and was helped out by some stellar defense from Frankie Rodriguez and Jadiel Vasquez. Trevor Seig drove in what would become the game winning run with a late RBI single. The boys were super excited to have played so well against one of our toughest opponents. 

 

The boys have embraced the “practice how you play” mentality and it is really showing in their performances in games. As their coach, I have seen many players continue to improve and elevate their skills as this season has gone on. I could not be prouder of the whole squad.

MS Softball

The softball team lost a well played game to Milltown on Wednesday.

MS Track

Last week several members of the middle school track team raced at Sayreville High School against runners from Sayreville and Old Bridge. In the 55 meter hurdles, Natalie Lasia ran a PR time of 12.1 seconds which was less than a second off of the school record. Natalie also turns in a huge PR in the 400 meters. Lucy Tooker also had a great meet and ran a PR in both the 100 meters and the 800 meters. Gabrielle Evanski unofficially broke the school record in the 400 meters in a time of 1:16 and also ran a PR in the 800 meters later in the meet. 

 



4/25/22
Senior Dates for Spring Sports
4/28 Baseball @ Waterfront Park 3:45
5/11 Tennis @ 6th Ave. Tennis Courts 3:45
5/11 Softball @ Softball Field South Amboy MHS 5:15 after game

4/21/22
Sportsmanship Banquet

Faith Nemeth (Soccer & Basketball) and Joel Diaz (Soccer & Tennis) were South Amboy’s Sportsmanship recipients at the Greater Middlesex Conference Sportsmanship Banquet at the Estate at Farrington.  Congratulations, we are proud of you both!

Boys Tennis

Boys tennis lost to New Brunswick on Monday.  Wednesday's match was overall good for several reasons. #1 Jake Wells played well against the top player in our division.  Davey Cheng at 2 lost in a tiebreaker. Nick Szatkowski at 6 won 5 games. So keeping it in perspective an overall excellent day beginning with the GMC Sportsmanship Luncheon where we honored Joel Diaz with the Sportsmanship Award.

Baseball

The Guvs bats have been on fire, scoring 52 runs in the last three games.  Sophomore Ben Hernandez and Ben Smith have been leading the way both batting over 600 on the season.  Gabe Albarran is over the 500 mark and Anthony Vella has been coming alive at the dish as well. Sophomore Isaiah Mercado picked up his first varsity win, holding Wardlaw Hartridge to just one run on 5 hits.

Softball

The varsity softball team had a phenomenal week increasing their record to 5-2 on a 2-0 run. Evalise Perez recorded the win on Monday with 11 strike out and a no hitter. Emma Kalantsis had two triples and three rbis. Wednesday night Brianna Sweatt recorded her first varsity win against Somerset Tech with a score of 13-2. Iyanni Twiggs recorded three hits and Evalise Perez had four RBIs and Two hits. The lady guvs play in the autism tournament on Friday night against Perth Amboy Tech.

 

4/15/22

Spring Track

On Friday several members of the track team competed in the night of 3200s at Cherokee High School. James Jamolawicz ran a big PR of over one minute while Jack Smith turned in one of the fastest times of his career. Guin Kennedy also ran a big PR of 12:38 which is the second fastest girls time in school history. Captain Joe Jamolawicz ran well in his first 3200 of the season. The team will be on the track again on Saturday at Georgian Court University. 

Baseball

The boys baseball team struggled in their Season opener losing A tough one 4-3 to Timothy Christian, but have won 3 in a row beating Piscataway tech, 7-5, and sweeping a talented Perth Amboy Tech team with their huge offensive outbursts 22-6 and 17-6.  The pitching has kept us in games with valiant efforts from Brandon Gasiewski, Matt Sempinski, and Steven Evanski picking up wins. The offense has been pretty balanced with our underclassmen really shining, Ben Hernandez, Jeremy Vazquez,  Ben Smith, Nigel Johnson have led the way, but huge games from Gabe Albarran have really set the tone with our offense.  We play our makeup with Piscataway tech before two with wardlaw and our autism awareness challenge game against Rahway.

Softball

The South Amboy Varsity Softball team is currently 3-2 beating Calvary Christian, Mother Seton and Wardlaw-Hartridge.  Evalise Perez has been dominating on the pitching mound recording all three of the lady G uvs wins!  Freshmans Brianna Sweatt and Emma Kalantsis have been vital to the offensive strategy with 12 of the team's 27 hits and just under half of the team's RBIs. The speed of Iyanni Twiggs and Jada Berry has made a huge difference in close games.  The team suffered close losses to Timothy Christian and East Brunswick Tech.  The girls have three games over spring break including playing in the much anticipated Autism Awareness tournament, and hope to add three more wins to their record!

Tennis

Highlights include Jake Wells winning his last two matches versus Woodbridge High School and Middlesex. Abdul Abousherifa also had some success by defeating the Woodbridge High School singles player. Another player who is improving match by match is Joel Diaz.

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to the varsity softball team for winning their season opener on Friday against Wardlaw Hartridge by a score of 9-8.  Evalise Perez got the win on the mound and recorded 8 strikeouts!  Ali McLaughlin came up big late in the game with the winning RBI single to ensure the win for the Lady Guvs! Please come out on Wednesday to support the girls in their next home game!
3-18-22


Congratulations to Guin Kennedy and Joe Jamolawicz on signing their letter of intent to run XC & track at the collegiate level.
Joe Jamolawicz will continue his academic and running career at Georgian Court University. Guin Kennedy will continue her academic and running career at Stockton University. We wish you muc
h success at the next level and are proud of your accomplishments!



Congratulations to the following student/athletes on being named the "Fall Athletes of the Season"  by the G.M.C. Student Athlete Advisory Committee:
Guin Kennedy:  Cross Country
Eleny Leonor-Aleman:  Soccer
Joe Jamolawicz:  Cross Country
Anthony Vella:  Soccer


2-25-22
Good luck to Joe Jamolawicz who qualified for the Group 1 State Championship by placing 4th in the 3200 meters.  Joe will compete on Saturday 2-26-22 at the Bennett Indoor Athletic Complex, Toms River. Good luck to our boys basketball team who will travel to Shore Regional on Tuesday March 1st. Game time is 7:00 PM
2-23-22

Congratulations to the Girls basketball team on being named the Blue Division Sportsmanship recipients. Congratulations!! Congratulations to Gavin Pelkey on being named to the Boys Gold All Division Team and Brandon Gasiewski for being named to the 2nd team all gold division. Congratulations!!
2-9-22
Senior night for girls' basketball and cheerleading will be held on Thursday 2-10-22 vs. Keyport High School. Pre-game ceremony will start at 5:20 PM. 
2-8-22
Please note: there is a change of location of today's Boys Middle School game to:

 

Theodore Schor Middle School
243 North Randolphville Road
Piscataway, NJ  08854

Senior night for girls' basketball and cheerleading will be held on Thursday 2-10-22 vs. Keyport High School. Pre-game ceremony will start at 5:20 PM.

2-6-22
Sophomore Vera Bacsoka represented South Amboy HS in the GMC Swim Championships in North Brunswick on February 3. Competing against 253 athletes from 19 school districts, the qualifying meet represented the elite swimmers of Middlesex County. Vera had a great meet, securing 12th place in the 100 yard backstroke among 60 other competitors. In the 200 yard IM, Vera established a personal best time of 2:31.97 and got 13th place in a field of 41 swimmers. Great job Vera!
2-4-22
Spring Registration!!!
21-22 Spring Sports Registration - The registration portal is now open for any student interested in participating in spring athletics. To be eligible, students must:


1. Complete and submit an online registration for fall athletics.

2. Have a valid sports physical on file with Nurse Housman. (Note: Sport physicals need to be approved by our school physician once submitted.)
Complete and submit a COVID-19 Health History Update Form to Nurse Housman.

3. Be and remain in good academic and behavioral standing.

*Early submission is highly recommended to allow for adequate processing time. Practices for MS and HS sports will begin in early March; therefore all paperwork must be completed in advance.

If you have any questions regarding the above criteria, please contact the main office. 

Sincerely,

Mr. Robert Eriksen, AD
2-4-22
All basketball games are canceled for today Friday February 4th due to impending weather

Teams will practice at the following times:

Boys middle school 2:45-3:30

Boys' varsity 3:30-5:00

Girls' varsity 5:00-6:30

Girls middle school basketball team WILL NOT HAVE PRACTICE TODAY

Senior night for girls' basketball and cheerleading will be held on Thursday 2-10-22 vs. Keyport High School. Pre-game ceremony will start at 5:20 PM. 
1-28-22
All practices and games are canceled for Friday 1-28-22 and Saturday 1-29-22

1-24-22
**BOYS VARSITY GAME FOR TONIGHT CHANGED TO 5:30 START**
SENIOR NIGHT
Senior night for girls' basketball and cheerleading will be held on Thursday 2-10-22 vs. Keyport High School. Pre-game ceremony will start at 5:20 PM.
01/21/22

Winter Track

On Tuesday night the track team competed in the Mid-Winter Classic held at The Bubble in Toms River. Sophomore Sieanna Cabral had an outstanding night by winning her heat and placing 14th out of 156 runners in the 55 meter dash in a new school record of 8.31 (breaking the record of 8.43 set in 2018). Sieanna followed up her record setting performance by winning her heat of the 400 meters in a fast time of 1:15. In the 1600 meters, junior Steven Evanski dominated his heat from start to finish in a new PR performance of 5:15. In the first 55 meter dash of his career, Rafael Albarran won his heat and placed 11th out of 129 runners to become the second fastest indoor sprinter in school history with a time of 7.25. Other PRs were turned in by Thomas Cannon and Kenny Handy in the 55 meters and the 800 meters, Joe Jamolawicz in the 55 meters, Jimmy Mercado in the 55 meters and 1600 meters and Dan Evanski and Jack Smith in the 1600 meters. 


Boys Basketball

The varsity boys basketball team had our senior night game against EB Votech on Wednesday 1/19. We celebrated our 2 seniors Adam Eldeeb and Anthony Vella who have been committed members of the program for 4 years. We were able to secure a hard fought 51-42 victory! It was an overall great team effort. Jianny Caraballo led the team in scoring with a career high 17 points. Gavin Pelkey added a double double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Anthony Vella continues to dominate the boards as he pulled in another 13 rebounds while adding 8 points. Angel Barillas and Josiah Floyd added great defense and energy for the team. 


“The Boys JV basketball team fought hard in their game against EB Vo-Tech on Wednesday but came up short in the end 39-30. Great hustle all around from everyone as they continue to work and get better day in and day out. Looking forward to our next game, this Friday, where we take on Piscataway Vo-Tech in hopes of getting the win” 


South Amboy Middle School boys basketball is off to a 2-3 start. We’re doing a good job defensively, communicating and working as a unit to produce a quality of work that will make us proud. The willingness to learn about ourselves, each other and our sport day in & day out, is seen through our gameplay. Led by a group, not any individuals. We work together as a team, lift each other up on & off the court. We face off against Spotswood Middle School to bring us to .500 & continue our climb towards our season goals.


Girls Basketball

The girls had the closest game of the season falling to Piscataway Tech by just 3 points. Taylor Gliese had a career high 30 points. The Lady Guvs scored 51 points, the first time the program has hit the 50 point mark since 2017. 


The Lady Guvs Middle School team are off to a 3 and 0 record with victories over Dunellen, South Brunswick, and Highland Park. The Lady Guvs are led by Bella Pardo, Olivia Riveria, and Taylor Sofilkanich.


Cheerleading

This week we had our first full team attendance. The varsity cheerleaders helped celebrate boys senior night by decorating the locker room and making signs for them. The cheerleaders demonstrated their school spirit and sportsmanship while cheering both the boys and girls varsity teams on. Ali and Laura showed their leadership skills by leading the team in sideline cheers during the game and engaging the crowd. 


Our middle school cheer team is doing an amazing job at learning and practicing their halftime routine. The athletes are looking forward to performing and showcasing their talent in the upcoming weeks. They have all been working really hard to support our teams. We also want to give a huge shout out to this year's captains: Alyssa Berecsky, Dani Kudelka, and Sophia Pham. These three athletes have cheered with us since their 6th grade year and have been great role models for our newer athletes. 

Date Posted:  12-28-21
Update - Boys Monmouth Middlesex Holiday Tournament
12-29-21 Schedule
Consolation Game
11:00 AM - Keansburg vs. South Amboy 
Championship Game
12:30 PM -  Middlesex vs. South River
Girls game on 12-29-21  
Cancelled 

Date posted:  12-22-21
Monmouth Middlesex Holiday Tournament

12-28-21 and 12-29-21

Boys will play @ South Amboy MHS

Game times 11:00 am & 12:30 pm on both days
12/28/21:  S.A. Boys vs. Henry Hudson for 12:30 pm start
12/29/21:  Consolation game is scheduled for 11:00 am
12/29/21: Championship game is scheduled for 12:30 pm

Girls will play @ Henry Hudson on 12-28-21 & 12-29-21
Game times 11:00 & 12:30 pm on both days
12/28/21: S.A. Girls vs. Henry Hudson for 12:30 pm start
12/29/21: Consolation game is scheduled for 11:00 am 
12/29/21: Championship game is scheduled for 12:30 pm


Friends of South Amboy
Date posted 12-17-21
Come out to support the Friends' of South Amboy

South Amboy vs. Highland Park (Girls)  2:00 PM
South Amboy vs. Spotswood (Boys)  4:00 PM
Edison vs. A.L. Johnson (Boys)  6:00 PM
St. Thomas Aquinas vs. St. Joe's Metuchen (Boys)  8:00 PM

Date Posted 11-22-21
Congratulations to Guin Kennedy for qualifying for the Meet of Champions and running a 21:10 on the toughest course in New Jersey!
XC Post Season Awards:
All Division
Guin Kennedy
Joe Jamolawicz, Rafael Albarran & Steven Evanski
Anthony Mecca Coach of the year
Congratulations on an outstanding season!!


Date Posted:  11-22-21
Winter sports tryouts

Monday 11-22 and Tuesday 11-23

3:15-4:45Girls Middle school Basketball
Tryouts will be held at South Amboy Elementary School

Monday 
11-22 to Tuesday 11-23
11-24 to be announced by each coach
Tryouts will be held at South Amboy Middle High School
2:45 - 4:45  CHEER 
3:00-4:30   BOYS Middle school basketball
4:30 - 6:30  GIRLS VARSITY Basketball
6:30 - 8:30  BOYS VARSITY/JV Basketball


Date Posted:  10-19-21

Sports Paradise will be at the High School to accept orders for Varsity Jackets on Wednesday October 27, 2021 between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM for any high school athlete who earned a varsity letter.

Date Posted  10-14-21

Follow athletics on twitter @SAGuvsAthletics

Date Posted 10-13-21

21-22 Winter Sports Registration - The registration portal is now open for any student  interested in participating in Winter athletics. To be eligible, students must:

1. Complete and submit an online registration for Winter athletics.

2. Have a valid sports physical on file with Nurse Housman. (Note: Sport physicals need to be approved by our school physician once submitted.)
Complete and submit a COVID-19 Health History Update Form to Nurse Housman.

3. Be and remain in good academic and behavioral standing.

*Early submission is highly recommended to allow for adequate processing time. Practices for MS and HS sports will begin on 11-22, 11-23, 11-24, for tryouts therefore all paperwork must be completed in advance.  Cheerleading tryouts begin on 10-27-21.

If you have any questions regarding the above criteria, please contact the main office. 

Sincerely,

Mr. Robert Eriksen, AD

Date Posted:  10-5-21

Sr. Night for Boy's & Girl's Cross Country:
October 13 at Thompson Park 
Thompson Drive & Lakeview Ave.
Monroe 08831
Girls race at 3:30
Boys race at 3:55
Senior night introductions will start after the boy's race
Make the trip to Thompson Park to support our XC team and seniors!!

Date Posted: 09-24-21


Sr. Night Dates for Fall Sports!!
Please come out to support our senior athletes on the following dates:

Girl's Tennis:
September 27 vs. Mother Seton Regional H.S.
3:45 PM 
330 No. Feltus Street & Sixth Ave.

Boy's Soccer:
October 4 vs. Middlesex H.S.
3:45 PM
Raritan Bay Waterfront Park (field 5)
201 John T. O'Leary Blvd.

Girl's Soccer:
October 12 vs. Keyport H.S.
3:45 PM

Raritan Bay Waterfront Park (field 5)
201 John T. O'Leary Blvd.

We 
look forward to seeing you at the games to acknowledge and thank our senior athletes for their commitment and dedication to South Amboy Middle High School!

Date Posted: 07-14-21

Dear Students, Parents and Guardians,

This is Important: Sports Physicals and Fall Registration!!!

Sport physicals will be provided by the school district on the following dates on a first come, first served basis!

1. 07-28-21 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
2. 08-11-21 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
3. 08-25-21 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Appointments must be scheduled in advance with Nurse Housman. To schedule an appointment, please email Nurse Housman at chousman@sapublicschools.com. Note: Appointments will be given on a first come first serve basis. Any questions or concerns, please contact Nurse Housman at 732-316-7669 x3

Fall Registration!!!

21-22 Fall Sports Registration - The registration portal is now open for any student  interested in participating in fall athletics. To be eligible, students must:

1. Complete and submit an online registration for fall athletics.

2. Have a valid sports physical on file with Nurse Housman. (Note: Sport physicals need to be approved by our school physician once submitted.)
Complete and submit a COVID-19 Health History Update Form to Nurse Housman.

3. Be and remain in good academic and behavioral standing.

*Early submission is highly recommended to allow for adequate processing time. Practices for MS and HS sports will begin in mid August, therefore all paperwork must be completed in advance.

If you have any questions regarding the above criteria, please contact the main office. 

Sincerely,

Mr. Robert Eriksen, AD

Date Posted: 06-07-21

Dear Parents, Guardians and Athletes,

GMC Scholar Athlete Award: Congratulations to Jessica Henry and Neftali Rodriguez for receiving the GMC Scholar Athlete Award on behalf of the South Amboy MHS Athletic Department. The GMC Scholar Athlete Event will be live streamed on 06-07-21 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Please click this link to stream the event at that time. 

21-22 Fall Sports Registration - The registration portal is now open for any student  interested in participating in fall athletics. To be eligible, students must:

1. Complete and submit an online registration for fall athletics.

2. Have a valid sports physical on file with Nurse Housman. (Note: Sport physicals need to be approved by our school physician once submitted.)
Complete and submit a COVID-19 Health History Update Form to Nurse Housman.

3. Be and remain in good academic and behavioral standing.

*Early submission is highly recommended to allow for adequate processing time. Practices for MS and HS sports will begin in mid August, therefore all paperwork must be completed in advance. If you have any questions regarding the above criteria, please contact the main office. 

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD 


Date Posted 05-25-21

Dear Parents, Guardians and Athletes,

Below are important updates to certain capacity and masking restrictions - please note the effective date for the easing of each restriction.

Effective immediately, pursuant to Executive Order 241, there are no longer any capacity limits imposed on outdoor events, including sports practices and competitions.  Therefore, the number of spectators for our outdoor events is no longer restricted.

Effective May 28, pursuant to the Governor’s announcement today, participants and spectators for our indoor events will no longer be required to wear masks.  Those individuals who are not fully vaccinated should continue to wear masks in indoor public spaces, per CDC guidance.

Effective June 4, pursuant to the Governor’s announcement today, there will no longer be any capacity limits imposed on indoor events, including practices and competitions. 

Member schools may still impose more stringent capacity and masking restrictions at their discretion.

Date Posted 05-10-21

Dear Parents, Guardians and Athletes,


Senior night for HS softball will be on 05-15-21 at the Raritan Bay Waterfront Park. South Amboy MHS will be facing off against South River HS at 11:00am. Senior night for HS baseball will be on 05-18-21 at the Raritan Bay Waterfront Park as well. South Amboy MHS will be facing off against Timothy Christian at 4:00pm. We ask that all parents, family members and athletes attend 10 minutes prior to the start of the game to enjoy this special event. Congratulations  senior athletes!!!!


Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD


Date Posted 05-06-21

Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians,

NJSIAA Executive Order No. 238 Update:

Effective Friday, May 7, 2021, all sports activities conducted outdoors are subject to a gathering limit of 500 persons, inclusive of parents/guardians.  This limit DOES NOT include athletes, coaches, referees, trainers and other individuals who are necessary for the practice or competition.

For sports activities conducted outdoors in large venues with a fixed seating capacity of 1,000 or greater, the gathering limit has been increased from 500 persons to 50% of the total fixed seating capacity – the same conditions apply as previously described.

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted 04-01-21

Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians,
Capacity Limits / Spectators – Pursuant to Executive Order No. 230 (2021) and No. 234 (2021), sports activities are currently subject to the following restrictions:

 Indoors (Executive Order No. 230):

  • Indoor practices and competitions are limited to 25 persons.
  • If the number of individuals who are necessary for the practice or competition, such as players, coaches, referees and two parents/guardians per participating athlete, is greater than 25 persons, then the practice or competition may proceed.
  • If the above exception applies, the number of individuals still may not exceed 35% of capacity of the room in which it takes place, or 150 persons, whichever is less.
  • Currently, this Executive Order prohibits spectators beyond two parents/guardians at indoor sports activities.

 Outdoors (Executive Order No. 234):

  • All athletic practices and competitions conducted outdoors are subject to the outdoor gathering limit of 200 persons. 
  • Athletes, coaches, referees, trainers and other individuals who are necessary for the practice or competition are not included in the 200 persons gathering limit. 
  • Under the Order, parents/guardians are not “necessary for the event” for outdoor events, and therefore should be calculated in the 200 person limit.
Best,
Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD
Date Posted 03-28-21
Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians,

Please read the information below carefully. All forms are found on this website. Note: This information has been send out each week to parents and the student body.

Spring Athletics:  The spring registration portal will close on April 1st! To be eligible, students must:
1. Complete and submit an online registration for spring athletics. 2. Have a valid sports physical on file with Nurse Housman. (Note: Sport physicals need to be approved by our school physician once submitted.) 3. Complete and submit a COVID-19 Health History Update Form to Nurse Housman. 4. Be and remain in good academic and behavioral standing.
Early submission is highly recommended to allow for adequate processing time. If you have any questions regarding the above criteria, please contact the main office.  
Spring Athletic Registration Numbers
Below are the current spring registration  numbers. We still need more athletes in HS softball and HS boys tennis . Understand that not having enough athletes for a particular sport can result in not having a team this season. 
1. Baseball HS - 20 (Have enough to yield a team) 2. Baseball MS - 21 (Have enough to yield a team) 3. Softball HS - 12 (Need 2 more athletes, but can yield a team) 4. Softball MS - 19 (Have enough to yield a team) 5. Track HS (Boys) - 6 (Have enough to yield a team) 6. Track HS (Girls) - 5 (Have enough to yield a team) 7. Tennis HS (Boys Only) - 2 (Need at least 7 more athletes, endanger not having a season.)
Note: Students interested in MS boys tennis are encouraged to register. MS boys will have the opportunity to learn, develop and practice basic game play fundamentals throughout the season. 
NJSIAA Spring Capacity Limits/Spectators
As of March 17th, the NJSIAA is allowing only two parents/guardians per participating athlete for outdoor sports. This pertains to practices and competition events. Parents and guardians must wear a mask, remain socially distant and remain off any bleachers for home and away events. Parents and guardians are asked to bring folding chairs. 
Spring Game and Practice Schedules
Spring gaming/meet schedules are now posted on the South Amboy MHS Athletic Page with the exception of spring track. The spring track gaming/meet schedule will be posted this week. Just like the gaming/meet schedules, practices schedules can be found on the South Amboy MHS Athletic Page.
Note: Game and practice schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions, COVID cases, etc… Therefore, please check these schedules before and the day of any athletic event.  
Spring Athlete COVID Testing
Nurse Housman will begin weekly COVID testing for all spring HS/MS athletes and coaches. HS athletes and coaches will test every Monday and MS every Tuesday. Athletes must schedule an appointment prior to testing and come during 1:30pm - 2:30pm. Athletes that are in school the day of testing can test during their study hall/lunch period. 
Spring Athlete Daily COVID Screening Questionnaire
Before attending any practice, scrimmage or gaming activity, athletes must complete the Daily COVID Screening Questionnaire pertaining to their sport. This form must be completed in addition to completing the Daily COVID Questionnaire in Genesis each morning. Athletes will not be permitted to participate in any athletic activity, for the day, if this form is not filled out. Lastly, if any athlete answers, “yes” to any of the questions, they are to self-quarantine, notify the coach, Nurse Housman and Mr. Zalocki immediately.
Best,
Mr, Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted 02-14-21


Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians,
Senior night for boys basketball and co-ed cheer will take place on 02-26-21. South Amboy MHS will be facing off against East Brunswick Vo-Tech. at 7:00pm. The event will be live streamed free through NFHS Network.
Best,
Mr, Zalocki, VP/AD


Date Posted 02-13-21


Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians,

The spring registration portal will be open as of 02/17/21. To be eligible, students must:

1. Complete and submit an online registration for spring athletics.
2. Have a valid sports physical on file with Nurse Housman. (Note: Sport physicals need to be approved by our school physician once submitted.)
3. Complete and submit a COVID-19 Health History Update Form to Nurse Housman.
4. Be and remain in good academic and behavioral standing.

Early submission is highly recommended to allow for adequate processing time. 

Key Dates for Spring Sports

1. Baseball HS: 1st Practice Starts: 04/01/21, Opening Day: 04/19/21 
(03/26/21:Start date for pitchers and catchers only)   2. Softball HS: 1st Practice Starts: 04/01/21, Opening Day: 04/19/21 
(03/26/21:Start date for pitchers and catchers only) 3. Track HS: 1st Practice Starts: 04/01/21, Opening Day: 04/19/21 
4. Boys Tennis HS: 1st Practice Starts: 03/26/21, Opening Day: 04/19/21 

Note: MS sports will begin practicing the same date as HS. However, opening day will vary from HS. 
If you have any questions, please contact the main office. 

Best,


Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted 02-11-21


Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians,

We are happy to announce that NFHS Network will be reimbursing South Amboy subscribers. To receive reimbursement, please email customersupport@nfhsnetwork.com. When emailing support, please include your name and the name of our school. Lastly, NFHS Network will be providing free live streaming to all South Amboy gaming events. This will remain in effect for the remainder of the school year.  

Sincerely,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD


Date Posted 02-03-21

Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians, 

The middle school girls basketball game is still on today. The game will take place at South Amboy MHS and will kick off at 4:00pm. The girls varsity away game vs. Metuchen High School, beginning at 5:30pm, is still on as well. All other games have been rescheduled. Please click the "game schedule" tab for more details.    

Due to ongoing technical issues with the NFHS Network Live Streaming/Pixellot System, the company has granted free streaming for all South Amboy MHS gaming events. Details regarding subscription reimbursement will be forth coming. Please click here to see today's game. 

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD 

Date Posted 01-31-21

Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians, 

Due to the inclement weather, all athletic activities are canceled for 02-01-21. 

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD  

Date Posted 01-20-21

Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians, 

The live streaming system, for basketball home games, will be made available next week. We appreciate your patients as we are in the process of conducting final tests. Notifications regarding live stream account set up/registration processes will be forth coming.

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD  


Date Posted: 01-10-21


Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians, 

We are still in need of more athletes for HS girls basketball. If interested, please register online through our South Amboy MHS website, under the "Athletic Registration" tab, ASAP!!! In addition, you must have a valid physical and a completed COVID-19 Health History form on file with Nurse Housman. Both of these forms are available on the South Amboy MHS website under the "Athletic Document" tab. Note: The physical and COVID-19 Health History form must be mailed or delivered to the main office. No electronic copies please! 

Winter practice and game schedules are now posted. Those students attending practice or any gaming events MUST complete the COVID-19 Daily Screening Questionnaire at least 1 hour in advance. This is to be filled out for before each practice and game. Athletes must come dressed in their practice or gaming attire as locker rooms will not be accessible. Bathrooms, in the gym hallway, will be accessible. However, only one athlete will be permitted at a time. Athletes are to bring their own mask and water bottle as well. After practice or gaming events are over, all athletes must leave school grounds so that custodians can disinfect the area. Your coach will review these and any further expectations with you tomorrow. Any questions or concerns, please contact the main office. Good luck this season. 

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD


Date Posted: 01-04-21

Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians,

Happy 2021! With basketball season around the corner, we are still in need of more athletes for HS girls basketball. If interested, please register online through our South Amboy MHS website, under the "Athletic Registration" tab, by 01-10-21. In addition, you must have a valid physical and a completed COVID-19 Health History form on file with Nurse Housman. Both of these forms are available on the South Amboy MHS website under the "Athletic Document" tab. Note: The physical and COVID-19 Health History form must be mailed or delivered to the main office. No electronic copies please! Any questions, please call the main office.

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD    


Date Posted: 11-19-20


Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

Today, I received notice from the NJSIAA that winter sports will be pushed back until after the holiday season. These dates are as follows:

Basketball and Cheer (Middle and High School)

Practice - Jan. 11th
Competition Start - Jan. 26th
Competition End - Mar. 6th 

Track (Middle and High School)

Practice - Feb.1st
Competition Start - Feb. 16th
Competition End - Mar. 27th 

A reminder that the deadline for submission of online registration, physicals and Covid Health History Update Form for winter sports is 12/1/2020.

Hard copies of physicals and Covid Health History Update Forms must be sent to Nurse Housman; electronic copies and scans are not permitted.

As per NJSIAA indoor guidelines, there will be no spectators at the sporting events until further notice.

Best,

Mr. Frank Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 10-18-20


Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

This is a reminder to register for winter sports. Registration will close on 12-01-2020. Please see the "Athletic Registration" tab for application details. Lastly, please see the "NJSIAA COVID-19 Information" tab regarding the latest information pertaining to athletics. Please contact the main office if you have any questions.  

Best, 

Mr. Frank Zalocki, VP/AD


Date Posted 10-18-20

Dear Parents/Guardian and Athletes,

If any student athlete is interested in purchasing a varsity jacket for the 20-21 SY, please contact East Coast Customs in Sayreville at (732) 390-8238 or Leisure Sporting Goods in Iselin at (732) 283-3113. Athletes are to purchase varsity jackets directly from the vendor as South Amboy School District is not affiliated with these vendors. 

Best,

Mr. Frank Zalocki, VP/AD 

Date Posted: 10-15-20

Dear Parents/Guardian and Athletes,

On 10-20-20, there will be a pre-season meeting for those interested in boys high school basketball with Coach Wiater. The meeting will take place on the baseball field behind the MHS from 2:30pm-3:30pm. Any questions, please email Coach Wiater: wiates24@gmail.com. We hope to see you there.

Best,

Mr. Frank Zalocki, VP/AD  


Date Posted: 10-12-20

Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

This is a reminder to register for winter sports. Registration will close on 12-01-2020. Please see the "Athletic Registration" tab for application details. Lastly, please see the "NJSIAA COVID-19 Information" tab regarding the latest information pertaining to athletics. Please contact the main office if you have any questions.  

Best, 

Mr. Frank Zalocki, VP/AD


Date Posted: 10-01-20


Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

I am pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for those interested in winter sports. The following athletic paperwork must be fully completed and submitted, on or before December 1, 2020, in order to participate: 

1. Online Registration - A fully completed online registration is required of all athletes.  Note: Paper copies will not be accepted. (Please submit online)

The documents below need to be downloaded, completed and returned to the South Amboy MHS main office. Please address them to Nurse Housman. Know that all documents can be found under the "Athletic Document" tab. Note: Only hard copies of these documents will be accepted.  

2. Athletic Physical Form – A medical examination is required once per year, within 365 days prior to the first day of sports season. (Please send to Nurse Housman)    

3. COVID-19 Health History Update Form - Signed and dated no more than 90 days prior to the first day of sport practice. (Please send to Nurse Housman)

Please see the "Athletic Registration" tab for application details. Lastly, please see the "NJSIAA COVID-19 Information" tab regarding the latest information pertaining to athletics.

Best, 

Mr. Frank Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 09-25-20

Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

The fall registration deadline for middle school boys and girls soccer will be closed after today, Sept. 25th. I am thankful for those that have registered, however; we are still in need of more athletes for both teams.  

Know that if we do not have enough players to field a boys and girls team, we will not be able to have a season, thus having to cancel and default to a club program. We have great ability and talent to have a successful program. Let's make this happen!

Best

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 09-20-20

Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

As you know, the fall registration deadline for middle school boys and girls soccer has been extended to Sept. 25th. I am thankful for those that have registered, however; we are still in need of many athletes for both teams.  

Know that if we do not have enough players to field a boys and girls team, we will not be able to have a season, thus having to cancel and default to a club program. We have great ability and talent to have a successful program. Let's make this happen!

Best

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 09-18-20

Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

As you know, the fall registration deadline for middle school boys and girls soccer has been extended to Sept. 25th. I am thankful for those that have registered, however; we are still in need of many athletes for both teams. While roster is being developed, I am currently in the process of:

1. Scheduling games with other schools
2. Scheduling athletic trainers
3. Scheduling transportation 
4. Scheduling officials

Know that if we do not have enough players to field a boys and girls team, we will not be able to have a season, thus; having to cancel and default to a club program. We have great ability and talent to have a successful program. Let's make this happen!

Best 

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 09-18-20

Dear Parents/Guardian and Athletics,

I would like to thank everyone for their participation in fall athletics. Currently, we have enough girls to field a varsity soccer team. As a result, I have been:

1. Scheduling games with other schools
2. Obtaining field permits
3. Scheduling athletic trainers
4. Scheduling transportation 
5. Scheduling officials

As of today, the coach informed me that 5 girls left the team due to various reasons. Know that if we continue to lose girls, we will not be able to have a season, thus; having to cancel and default to a club program. We have great ability and talent to have a successful program. Let's make this happen!

Best 

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 09-17-20

Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

This is a reminder that fall registration for High School Girls Varsity Soccer will close today at 3:00 pm. In addition, the Middle School Boys and Girls Soccer deadline has been extended to Sept. 25th. Please see the Athletics Page for registration details. Please know that all paperwork must be submitted by the deadline. There will be no extensions after these dates expire.

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 09-15-20

Dear Parents, Guardians and Athletes,

Registration for HS Girls Varsity Soccer has been extended to 3:00pm on 09-17-20. If interested, please visit the South Amboy Athletic's Page for registration details. Depending on the number of athletic registrations will determine if we'll be playing against schools within our division or yielding a developmental athletic conditioning program. 

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD 

Date Posted: 09-12-20

Dear Parents, Guardians and Athletes,

Fall sports registration is now closed. By the end of today, 09-12-20, all registered athletes will receive an email from their coach regarding practice, COVID-19 guidelines/expectations and seasonal information. Note: Emails will be sent to athlete school email addresses.

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 09-08-20

Dear Parents, Guardians and Athletes,

Fall sports registration has been extended to 09-11-2020. Please see the "Athletic Registration" tab for more information. Reminder: Students must complete and submit the following documents in order to participate in fall athletics:

1. Online registration,
2. Physical,
3. COVID-19 Questionnaire (Not the Daily COVID-19 Questionnaire Form)
4. Health History Update Form

Bullets 2-4 are to be submitted to Nurse Housman via hard copy.


Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 08-30-20


Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

The NJSIAA recently posted COVID-19 Fall Season Guidelines. These guidelines are posted under the "NJSIAA COVID Information" tab listed on the sidebar. Please take a moment to read through it carefully.

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 08-26-20

Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

This is a reminder that following athletic paperwork must be fully completed and submitted before any athlete can participate in athletics. 

1. Online Registration - A fully completed online registration is required of all athletes.  Note: Paper copies will not be accepted. (Please submit online)

The documents below need to be downloaded, completed and returned to the South Amboy MHS main office. Please address them to Nurse Housman. Know that all documents can be found under the "Athletic Document" tab. Note: Only hard copies of these documents will be accepted.  

2. Athletic Physical Form – A medical examination is required once per year, within 365 days prior to the first day of sports season. (Please send to Nurse Housman)    

3. COVID-19 Health History Update Form - Signed and dated no more than 90 days prior to the first day of sport practice. (Please send to Nurse Housman)

4. 20-21 South Amboy COVID-19 Questionnaire - This form needs to be completed 7 days prior to the first day of sports practice. Note: This form only needs to be filled out one time. (Please send to Nurse Housman)

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD 

Date Posted: 08-25-20

Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

This a reminder for those interested in fall sports to register as soon as possible. Please see the "Athletic Registration" tab for application details. Here is the link for the tab: http://mhs.sapublicschools.com/athletics/athletic_registration

We are in need of athletes for all fall sports. Students registering for a sport late can impact the number of athletes needed to have a sports program/team this fall. If we do not have enough interest, we cannot support the athletic activity.

Best, 

Mr. Frank Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 07-23-20

Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

Our school physician, Dr. McKenna, will be conducting sport physicals for the 20-21 school year. Physicals will take place at South Amboy MHS in Nurse Houman's Office during the following dates and times:

Wednesday August 12, 2020 from 2:30 - 4:30 pm
Wednesday August 26, 2020 from 2:30 - 4:30 pm.

There will be a few changes this year due to the Covid 19 pandemic. We will be following appropriate CDC recommendations, which include social distancing, face coverings, temperature checks and health screening. The exam room must be disinfected after each student's physical. Our compliance with all CDC recommendations will require additional time. Therefore, we must limit the number of students to a maximum of 6 per hour (or 12 per day) and require all students to pre-register by emailing Nurse Housman at chousman@sapublicschools.com for the athletic physicals. We cannot accept any "walk-ins."

Due to the limited number of students who can be seen by Dr. McKenna we strongly recommend that students who have a regular family doctor/pediatrician see their current provider. In this way, priority can be given to students who do not have medical insurance or who are experiencing financial hardship.

In the event that fall athletics are cancelled, we will keep these dates for winter and spring sports.

If you have any further questions please email Mr. Zalocki at fzalocki@sapublicschools.com or Nurse Housman at chousman@sapublicschools.com

Best,

Mr. Zalocki, VP/AD

Date Posted: 07-10-20 (Update)

Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes,

The NJSIAA just announced that all fall sports will be delayed until September. Despite the delay, know that we are still accepting applications for the fall season. This update didn't mention any new information regarding COVID-19; therefore, we'll still be following those guidelines until further notice. Please see the NJSIAA COVID-19 Information tab regarding the current guidelines. Stay safe!

NJSIAA Fall Sports Delay Letter

Best,

Mr. Frank Zalocki, VP/AD


Email: fzalocki@sapublicschools.com  
Office phone: 732-316-7669 x3235

Date Posted: 07-10-20

Dear Parents/Guardians and Athletes, 

I hope you're having a great summer and staying healthy during this pandemic. I am pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for those interested in fall sports. Please see the "Athletic Registration" tab for application details. Lastly, please see the "NJSIAA COVID-19 Information" tab regarding the latest information pertaining to athletics.

Best, 

Mr. Frank Zalocki, VP/AD


Email: fzalocki@sapublicschools.com  
Office phone: 732-316-7669 x3235