Lacrosse, Baseball, Softball, Track & Field, Tennis
All registrations will be done online. Log into your account. Your saved information from a previous season will be available to edit. If you don't have an account, proceed to step 2 to create one.
Spring tryouts/practice will begin Mon., March 20th.
Did you know there is a feature for parents and fans that will enable you to sign-up for emails and/or texts when there is a change to your child's schedule? Another feature will sync your computer or phone with your son's schedule. Please see the link below for a complete parent's guide.
- Football PreSeason Packet
- Sports Offerings
- Uniform Information
- SH Sports Academy
- District Policies
- Concussion Information
- On-Line Registration & Payments
- Soccer Website
- District Physical & Pre-Participation Concussion Forms
($150/sport; $500 max. per family/year)
The philosophy of the Shepherd Hill Sports Academy is to provide a safe environment where children can learn the fundamentals of a variety of sports, participate in traditional athletic activities and can feel that they have achieved a measure of success. The staff encourages all attendees to participate in all of the drills, games and associated activities. The staff help to promote a healthy respect for the sport, sportsmanship and the common values we all hold true: honesty, cooperation, caring for others, friendship and self-esteem. The staff of the Shepherd Hill Sports Academy is made up primarily of Shepherd Hill coaches and student athletes. The Shepherd Hill Sports Academy clinics intentionally maintain a high staff ratio in order to provide more individual attention to each child thus making the clinic experience more rewarding.
Girls Basketball Update 1-31-17
The varsity girls basketball team is off to an impressive start to their 2016-17 season with a record 8-3. Senior captains, Kyra Foss and Morgan O’Malley, are leading the team through experience. Juniors, Bailey Savage and Julia Dandridge, along with sophomore, Molly Springer, are causing opponents difficulty with their shooting and rebounding. Dani Donnelly, Makayla Norton, Sarah Bellantoni, Ingrid Lindstrom, Reese Hammond and Carly Snyder have been key components in the team’s success this season. While playing in a very competitive schedule, the team has had impressive wins over powerhouse teams such as Holy Name and Wachusett.
Wrestling Update 1-31-17
The 2016-17 wrestling team is lead by seniors Conor Durward 182 and Matteo Belsito 220 and are both having an outstanding year. Conor’s record is 18-1 with a championship at the Scituate Opener and a 3rd place finish at the Griswold Invitational. Matteo’s record stands at 18-2, with championships coming in the Scituate Opener as well as the Griswold Invitational. Junior Jon Olds, 195 from Bay Path, is also having a good year with a record of 8-2 despite some injuries. One of his losses came in the finals of the Scituate Opener to Conor Durward. Freshman Nolan Burke 120 is having a good year. At the Griswold Invitational he was one match away from taking a medal and at the Griswold JV tourney Nolan took 3rd place. Another freshman Ethan Ayotte 126 is also having a good year like Nolan. Ethan wrestled tough at the Griswold Invitational making it to the consolation semi-finals before being eliminated and on Monday at the Griswold JV tourney, he took a silver medal. The team is rounded out by Morgan LeDuc 113, Jared Hayward 120, Matilde Martini 138, Nate Philion 145 from Bay Path, Zachary Hill 160, Eric Dileone 170, Seth Livernois 285.
Students Enjoy Free Admission to Games
Dudley-Charlton students enjoy free admission to home games with school ID. We’re happy to have you enjoy the games, support your friends, have some fun, and make some noise. Just be sure you have your ID.
Boys Varsity Basketball Update 1-31-17
The Shepherd Hill Boys Varsity team is led by senior captain Vaughn Hammond. Vaughn is a three year varsity player who has been a great team leader. Always hardworking and focused, Vaughn is exactly what every coach wants in a captain. His dedication to the program has been outstanding. Vaughn is joined by fellow seniors, Paul Veronis, Jack Hetherman, Bailey Springer, and Michael Gilligan. Paul is a two year starter and the team’s leading scorer. His relentless effort and outstanding talent anchor the team on offense and defense from the point guard position. Jack, Bailey, and Michael come off the bench providing leadership and toughness. It is so important to have good senior leadership and these boys are exactly what every coach wants to have on the court and in practice. Their efforts are invaluable to everything we do as a team. All of our seniors are 4 year members of our program. They are proof that hard work and dedication lead to success in our program.
We also have 6 juniors on our team. Jason O’Regan, Kenny Flynn, and Danny Cavic join Hammond and Veronis in the starting lineup. Jason has been playing since his freshman year and is a two year starter. His ability to score from anywhere on the court makes him our best forward. He is a Mid-Wach All-Star from a year ago and our second leading scorer. Jason is on pace to become the 7th boy in Shepherd Hill history to join the elite group of 1,000 point scorers. We look forward to him reaching this goal next year. Danny established himself in the back court this year after a couple of games. His ability to penetrate and distribute the ball has made him a difficult guard to defend and a valuable asset to our team. Kenny rounds out the lineup at forward. He has developed nicely in our program and proved himself early in tryouts as a dominate force in the paint especially blocking shots. His ability as a big man makes him a force to be reckoned with on both ends of the floor. Colin Bussiere, Aiden Bishop and O’Londo Loggins round out the roster and provide a unique combination of quickness, skill, and persistence in their roles off the bench. The future looks good for Shepherd Hill basketball with such talented athletes in the program.
We hope that you take the time to come out and support the team in their efforts the rest of the season. Their dedication, perseverance, sacrifice, and sportsmanship to the team and the sport of basketball is outstanding. The support of the community, parents, and staff of Shepherd Hill has always been a source of pride and unity for our program. The players and coaches appreciate all you do to support us.
Thank you and Semper Arietem!