Fall 2020 MHS Spectator Policy at Athletic Events

Football Games at the Stadium:

  • Due to the 500 person cap place on outdoor events by Governor Murphy, Moorestown will be utilizing tickets for football games. 

  • Moorestown will not be charging for tickets.

  •  As per the NJSIAA, 40% of the total allotment must be reserved for the visiting team.  The remaining 60% of tickets will be distributed to the football team members, cheerleading squad, dance team, and band members. 

    • Based on the roster sizes of the above teams, each student-athlete will receive 3 tickets.

    • Tickets are for parent and immediate family member use only.  

  • The ticket must be presented to the event staff before being admitted into the stadium.  

  • Lost tickets will not be replaced.  

  • If a spectator shows up without a ticket, they will not be allowed to enter the stadium. There will be no re-admittance to the stadium.

General Spectator Expectations:

  • All spectators are required to wear a face mask at all times during their visit to our campus and must abide by social distancing. Spectators who do not have a face mask, refuse to wear one, or do not maintain social distancing are not permitted to attend and will be asked to leave. 

  • Spectators will not be allowed on the track or turf.

    • Exceptions will be made for Senior Night Celebrations.

  • No food will be served at any game. 

  • Signs, noisemakers, whistles, air horns, or radios are not permitted.  

    • Exceptions will be made for Senior Night Celebrations.

  • Any spectator showing an outward display of poor sportsmanship will be removed from the campus.

The MHS Athletic Department event staff will monitor compliance. 

Thank you in advance for your cooperation. We look forward to a successful sports season of friendly competition. A reminder - SPORTSMANSHIP is to be practiced at all times.

Athletic Department

Shawn Counard, M.Ed.
Director of Athletics
Health and Physical Education Supervisor 
Telephone: (856) 778-6610 ext. 12150

Lori Martinez
Athletic Department Secretary
Telephone: (856) 778-6610 ext. 12150

Justin D. Miloszewski MS, ATC, CSCS
MHS Athletic Trainer
856-778-6610 ext. 12155

Fall 2020 Key Dates:


Practice Date

Regular Season Start

Regular Season Finish

Post-Season Dates

G Tennis




10/26 - 10/31





11/13 - 11/22

All other sports




11/13 - 11/22

A Tradition of Excellence

Mission Statement
The Moorestown Athletic Programs seek to pursue excellence and make a positive impact through hard work, encourages attitudes of integrity and fairness, respect for others, teamwork, and dedication to academic, athletic, and developmental 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.


Fall Sports Paperwork is due by 7/27/20.

Fall practices for all High School sports start on 9/14/20. 

All athletes must sign up through Genesis to register for the sport.  Register for Fall 2020-2021 Sports

Genesis registration for 2020 Fall Sports will open on 7/13/2020!

All athletes are required to complete the following forms which are available online when students register:

  1. Sports Physical- completed by a 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.  This is a paper form.
  2.  FALL SPORTS PAPERWORK IS DUE 7/27/20:  All forms must be brought to the Health Office only by 8 am!  No faxes, scans or emails.  DO NOT hand them to the coach.

Sports physical forms must be filled out completely - if the physician does not fill out all information (Example: for vision 20/___R  20/ ___L) we must reject the physical form.  Please make sure all spaces on the physical forms are complete. 

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


All paperwork for the Spring Season must be completed, signed by the student and parent, and brought to the Health Office by 7/27/20 at 8 am in order to be cleared in time for the start of practice. There is a box for COMPLETED sports physicals in the Main Office.

For rising 10th, 11th, and 12th graders only:  Academically you must have earned 30 credits in the prior school year or you must go to summer school and successfully complete the program to be eligible.

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.