The Winter Sports Awards Night will be held on in the auditorium.
Fall Sports Awards Night will be held on in the auditorium.
Central Athletics will be unveiling it's new Athletic website this winter littlegreenathletics.com. The site will have live schedules, results, rosters, photos and much more. For any coaches, athletes or parents who have 2015 CHS fall sport pictures please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will post them on each individual fall team's page. 2015-16 winter teams pictures can be sent to us during the season using the same email. We will also be looking for contributors to our website (people to submit game result/articles for any/all of our teams at all levels). If you or someone you know is interested in being a team correspondent please contact us.
Any student looking to tryout for a sports team at Central must complete a physical examination. Free sports physical exams are available to students through the NH Orthopaedic Center and Apple Therapy Services on November 18th from 5:30-6:30pm. Any students interested in obtaining one of these free physicals should see their guidance counselor to pick up one of these forms.
The Olive Garden has partnered with Central High School and our Athletic department for the 2015-16 school year. We are gearing up for our Olive Garden fundraiser night on Tuesday, November 3. On that day, the Olive Garden at 1888 South Willow Street will donate 10% of its lunch and dinner sales to Central High School and our Athletic programs.
Thank you for your support of Central Athletics!
The Girls Soccer team beat Exeter 2-0 on November 1st in the quarterfinals. They play Londonderry on at Stellos Field in Nashua in the state semifinals.
Boys Soccer beat Memorial last night 2-1 in 2OT. They will play Bedford at Bedford High School. The game time is .
Girls Soccer will be hosting Alvirne/Exeter winner onat Gill Stadium. That game time has been changed to 2:30pm.
The Central v Memorial Boys Soccer play-off game will be this at Gill Stadium.
The Girls Soccer team will play this at Gill Stadium vs Alvirne/Exeter winner.
The New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) will be holding Student Athlete Nights for Future College Athletes. These informational meetings will have a panel of experts discussing NCAA eligibility, recruitment, balancing demands, and time management for high school students who are seeking opportunities to play sports at the next level. This is a great opportunity for both student athletes and their parents to listen and ask questions about being a student athlete in college. There is no registration required, just show up!
The next event is Thursday, October 29th, at 6:00pm and will be held at Winnacunnet High School. This is a must-see event for any students hoping to play a sport in college and their parents.
For more information, call Jay Hauser at 1-888-7-GRADUATE x441 or email him at jhauser@NHHEAF.org. You can also visit your guidance counselor.