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- Congratulations to Charlie Buckely for placing 4th @ 152 lbs in the Region 4 wrestling tournament. Charlie advances to the NJSIAA Individual State wrestling tournament held in Atlantic City March 3, 4, and 5. Good luck!
- Congratulations to Evan Weinberg who competed in the Individual State Finals for Bowling yesterday at Bowlero Carolier Lanes. He finished in 4th place overall and received a medal for the 2nd highest game of the tournament, 279!
- Congratulations to our Bowling team, finshing their season with a 13-0 record, capturing the UCC Mountain Division Championship!
- Congratulations to Senior, Marianna Kwinta on being chosen to represent
Jonathan Dayton HS at the NJSIAA National Girls & Women in Sports Day luncheon at Seton Hall University. On Sunday, January 29th, she will be honored along with other high school and college/university female student athletes. Congratulations Marianna!
**Attention Spring Athletes**
Click the link below for information to register for Spring sports...
Information on Registering for Sports
BOYS TENNIS: There will be a Tennis meeting for those interested in participating in tennis on February 3rd at 3:00pm. First day of practice will be Friday, March 3rd at 3:00pm.
TRACK: There will be a parent's meeting held in the cafeteria on Wednesday, March 1st at 3:00pm, for Spring Track. The first day of practice will be Friday, March 3rd at 3:00pm.
BASEBALL: There will be a Baseball interest meeting held in the Health room on Friday, February 17th right after school.
LACROSSE: There will be a Lacrosse meeting held in room G2 on Thursday, February 2nd at 2:45pm, for all students interested in participating in Lacrosse.
GOLF: There will be a Golf meeting held in room G2 on Friday, February 3rd immediately after school, for all students interested in participating in golf.
Message from the nurse...
Mrs. Graham RN, email@example.com, Ext. 5258
**Attention Spring '17 Athletes**
Please note on Wednesday, FEBRUARY 8TH between the hours of 8:30am-12:00am, our school physician will be at JDHS (health office) conducting sport physicals.
All athletes playing a Spring sport must have a current physical on file with the Health office to be eligible to participate in the desired sport. The sports physical is valid for 365 days prior to the first practice.
Should you have questions regarding your physical, please contact the school nurse, Mrs. Graham RN.
Head Injury InformationAthletics Forms
Football - Varsity & JV
Admission to Varsity football is $3.00 for Adults and $2.00 for Seniors/Students.
Boys Soccer - Varsity & JV
Girls Soccer - Varsity & JV
Cross Country - Boys & Girls, Varsity
Volleyball - Varsity & JV
Gymnastics - Varsity
Cheerleading - Varsity
Girls Tennis - Varsity & JV
Basketball - Boys Varsity, JV & Frosh
Basketball - Girls Varsity & JV
*Admission to Basketball games is $3.00 for Adults and $2.00 for Seniors/Students.
Indoor Track and Field - Boys & Girls Varsity
Swimming - Varsity
Ice Hockey - Varsity
Cheerleading - Varsity & JV
Wrestling - [co-op David Brearley HS]
Baseball - Varsity & JV
Softball - Varsity & JV
Girls Spring Track - Varsity & JV
Boys Spring Track - Varsity & JV
Boys Tennis - Varsity & JV
Golf - Varsity
The Jonathan Dayton High School athletic program is an essential part of the overall educational experience and is as central to the development of students as academics and the arts. Participation in a broad, sound and wholesome athletic program contributes to the health of students mental, physical, emotional and moral. The JDHS athletic programs provide opportunity for students to work cooperatively with each other and participate in healthy competition. Membership on a team comes with certain obligations and responsibilities both in and out of the classroom. Student-athletes are the ambassadors of the program, school and community and are expected to exhibit exemplary conduct at all times. Participation in our athletic programs is a privilege and thus must be treated as such.
It is the hope that as a player you will enjoy the thrill of competition and the joy of team membership. May the JDHS athletic experience be the beginning of a healthy interest in sports that will last a life time.