Welcome parents and student-athletes,
Winthrop High School is committed to excellence in athletics as part of a larger commitment to excellence in education. As a student athlete here at Winthrop High School it is our belief that athletics promotes character and teaches values. It is our goal that this athletic program will allow the following for all student athletes:
- Successful completion of all academic requirements.
- Ability to compete in an environment encouraging constructive and developmental growth.
- To build an understanding of pride and community involvement.
Offering 27 sports teams, WHS competes in the Northeast Conference and sponsors over 200 athletes per season.
WHS Athletic Director
Athletic Department Announcements
Motion: The TMC’s sole concentration will be playing through a sectional tournament only.
Motion: There is a cutoff date of June 12th at 7pm for regular season competition for baseball, lacrosse, rugby, softball, tennis and volleyball. Seeding will take place on June 13th. The tournaments will begin the week of June 15th and conclude on June 27th, with a rain date of June 28th.
Motion:There will not be a Division IA tournament this spring.
Motion: All tournament qualifying rules remain the same.
Motion: Track and Field will have cutoff and entry due dates of June 15th. Sectional and divisional meets will take place between June 17th and June 27th.
Motion: There will be no individual tennis tournament for the 2020 season.
The Board of Directors met on March 30th to determine that the Spring season will begin no earlier than May 4th and will be completed by June 27th, with consideration of June 28th for weather and/or facility needs.
For additional pertinent information regarding the spring sports please see the highlights below:
The Board put forth a request to the TMC to submit a tournament structure recommendation(s) to the Board by April 9, 2020. The Board will meet at a later date, not yet determined, to review.
From the MIAA: "In light of Governor Baker’s March 25, 2020 mandate that all schools remain closed until May 4th, the status of spring sports will be addressed by the Board of Directors on a March 30th conference call and an immediate update will be provided to the membership.
Among TMC recommendations to the Board is that if there is a spring season start date of after April 27th, there will not be an MIAA tournament. This recommendation, as well as a plan to save a spring season for MIAA student-athletes will be the substance of a March 30th Board meeting.
This recent news from the Governor is surreal. The MIAA will continue to monitor this fluid situation and provide updates regarding spring sports as soon as they are made available. Thank you all for your flexibility, understanding and patience. Support and guidance to our schools, student-athletes and to you, our membership, is priority during this uncertain time."
the MIAA Board of Directors voted to have completion of regular season and tournament games by June 20, 2020 with consideration of June 21, 2020 for weather and facility needs.
Details regarding the structure of the spring season will be addressed by the Tournament Management Committee (TMC). An update will be provided and reviewed by the Board by March 25, 2020.
These decisions are based on available information and are made in the best interest of our student-athletes, schools and communities. These decisions will be revisited and adjusted as needed.
Thank you for your patience while dealing with this very fluid situation. Be well.
The MIAA Board of Directors extended the delay to the start of the 2020 Spring season to April 27th. Respecting the fluidity of this situation, this decision will be revisited in the near future.
As we near the start date, new information will be posted in regards to 1st day of practice/tryouts.
For all other information, please visit http://www.miaa.net/miaa/home?sid=38