2020 FALL SPORT INFORMATIONFirst Day Practice Info Link(link will be active as information becomes available)Please note: Fall sports have been delayed until September 21st at the earliest. Please click here to read the press release from NYSPHSAA. Any updates will be posted as they become available.
For the fall 2020 season, student athletes who have previously had a health examination for school attendance in the 2018-2019 or 2019-2020 school years will be able to use those physicals for the fall 2020 sport season. A 30-day update will be required as part of the online registration process.Student athletes who have not previously had a health examination must still obtain a health examination prior to participation in the fall 2020 sports season. The health appraisal form completed by their family physician should be submitted to the health office. This form is available to download via this link.Fall sports start on the following:JV & Varsity sports start on Monday, September 21st (tentative)
7-8-9 football starts on tbaBoys' modified volleyball starts on tba (at Holland)7-8-9 field hockey starts on tbaModified cross country, modified soccer & girls' modified volleyball start on tba
East Aurora uses ONLINE REGISTRATION for sport sign-ups. The online registration process MUST BE COMPLETED BY a PARENT/GUARDIAN and should be viewed and discussed with the student-athlete. Please complete the registration with the student-athlete present as the athlete will also need to sign the registration electronically.*APP NOTICE: 7th/8th-grade students who are challenging to play up at the high school level must have applied for the Athletic Placement Process. The deadline was May 29th and is now closed.
2020 Fall Sports Registration Dates:
JV/Varsity & APP sport registration will open on August 21st
Modified sport registration will open tbd
Registrations should be submitted no later than one week before the first practice!
IMPORTANT! If you already have an account set up, do not create a new account! All children in your household should be registered under one family account.
If you need help with the process, CLICK HERE to view instructions.
PLEASE REVIEW the information below before continuing to registration.
For the fall 2020 season, student athletes who have previously had a health examination for school attendance in the 2018-2019 or 2019-2020 school years will be able to use those physicals for the fall 2020 sport season. A 30-day update will be required as part of the online registration process.Student athletes who have not previously had a health examination must still obtain a health examination prior to participation in the fall 2020 sports season. The health appraisal form completed by their family physician should be submitted to the health office. This form is available to download via this link.High School Fall sports offered:
- Varsity Football- coach John Swiniuch
- Cheerleading- coach Kristin Wach
- Boys' & Girls' Cross Country- Coach Walt McLaughlin
- Varsity Field Hockey- coach Danila Casseri
- Golf- coach Jay Hoagland
- Boys' J.V. Soccer- coach Mike Schermerhorn
- Boys' Varsity Soccer- coach Kevin Beale
- Girls' J.V. Soccer- coach Tracy Rabey
- Girls' Varsity Soccer- coach Craig Polston
- Girls' Tennis- coach Matt Thormahlen
- Girls' J.V. Volleyball- coach Stacey Sonner
- Girls' Varsity Volleyball- coach Rebecca Jacobs
- Boys' JV Volleyball- coach Mark Wiech
- Boys' Varsity Volleyball- coach Brian Lombardo
- Girls' Swimming- coach Chris Musshafen
Modified Fall sports offered:
Emergency (yellow) cards: Emergency cards must be submitted to the coach on the first day of practice. Emergency cards will be available via download on the registration site.
- Boys' & Girls' Cross Country- coach Paul Rakoski
- 7-8-9 Field Hockey- coach Ashley Daigler
- 7-8-9 Football - coach Chris Cummins
- Boys' Soccer- coach
- Girls' Soccer- coach Colin Shoemaker
- Boys' 7-8-9 volleyball (at Holland)- coach Andrew Ranic
- Girls' Volleyball- Jessica Herraez
Academic Eligibility: Any student failing two or more subjects at the 35-week point and 2 or more for the year will be ineligible to participate for the first five-weeks of school. If a student is failing one or less subjects at that time, he/she may return. Do remember that there are a number of practices required to play in a game. If a team made cuts at the beginning of the season, a student cannot try-out in October.Commitment/Dedication: Athletes are expected to begin practicing on the first day of practice and be in attendance at all practices and contests unless unforeseen circumstances arise. Any team may need to make cuts and these will be done within the first three days of practice. Even if a team is not making cuts (and that won’t be known until the first day of practice) athletes are expected to be at practice beginning on the first day. There will be Saturday practices or contests on many or all weekends.
- Varsity Football- coach John Swiniuch