High School Athletics

MHS Girls Sports Team

Athletic Department

Shawn Counard, M.Ed.
Director of Athletics
Health and Physical Education Supervisor 
Telephone: (856) 778-6610 ext. 12159

A Tradition of Excellence

Philosophy Statement
Our school district places the highest emphasis on the overall quality of the educational experience and on the successful completion of all students' academic programs. The athletics program likewise affirms academics as the highest priority in life of our student-athletes. In so doing, we seek to strengthen the integration of athletic program objectives with academic and developmental objectives.

Mission Statement
Recognizing that the students have needs and interest that go beyond the scope of academic life, the school district is committed to providing an interscholastic program consistent with those needs and interest. Recognizing, further, the positive impact of athletics participation on individual development, and consistent with the school district's academic doctrine, the athletics program seeks to pursue excellence through hard work and encourages attitudes of integrity and fairness, respect for others, teamwork, and dedication to goals.
Moorestown Athletic Center (MAC)

The Moorestown Athletic Center is located behind the Moorestown High School. It can be accessed by parking behind or next to the Moorestown High School or by parking at the William Allen Middle School and walking across the fields to the main entrance of the M.A.C.

Sports Registration

Spring Sports Paperwork is due now.
The first day of practice is 3/1/19.

All athletes are required to register online for the sport.
Link to Sports Online Registration (OR). Note: All parent/student information must be completed before you print the Physical & Health History forms.

All athletes are required to complete the following forms available for print after the student registers online.

  • Sports Physical Form- Sports Physical completed by physician- must be dated within 365 days of the first day of practice. All physicals expire 365 days after they are performed. An updated Sports Physical MUST be on file in the Health Office for each athlete. Both pages of the physical MUST be completed by the doctor.
  • Health History Update Form- Must be completed for EACH sporting season and be dated within 90 days of the start of each sport. If your last sports physical was performed within 365 of the first day of practice you only need to fill out the History form.
All forms must be brought to the Health Office only! No faxes, scans, or e-mails. DO NOT hand them to the coach.

All athletes are required to undergo baseline Cognitive Testing (ImPACT) every two years. If you have not yet undergone ImPACT testing, you MUST do so before being cleared for participation in any sport. See the Sports Trainer for dates and times.

Academically you must have earned 15 credits in the first semester to be eligible for a Spring sport.

MHS Sports Calendar
Go to the Burlington County Scholastic League to view / download all MHS sports practice schedules, daily games, weekly schedules, updates & changes.There is also an option to Subscribe via email or Notify me via text for sports updates & changes. Simply click on Subscribe or the Notify Me Icon in the upper right hand corner of the BCSL page to sign up.

Drug Free Sports
NJSIAA Drug Free Sports AXIS is a program that will provide information and education. It is a valuable tool for questions about dietary supplements and is a trusted nutrition, health and wellness resource. Select NJSIAA from the drop down and enter the password: njsports. Under the Tools, athletes can ask questions about dietary supplements, the prohibited list, medications, etc. Once received, please allow 24-48 business hours for a response.