• Updated Policy for Spectators:

    Varsity Football: 2 spectators per Hershey Senior Band Member, Cheerleaders and Football Players.  No away spectators. (Live streamed)

    JV Football & Cheerleading: 2 spectators per student athlete for both home & visiting teams

    Jr. High Football:  2 spectators per student athlete for both home & visiting teams    

    Soccer:  2 spectators per student athlete for both home & visiting teams

    Field Hockey:  2 spectators per student athlete for both home & visiting teams

    Jr. High Cross Country:  2 spectators per student athlete for both home & visiting teams

    Volleyball:  2 spectators per student athlete for both home & visiting teams. (Live streamed)                                                                                                                                                              


    Below is the link for our Home Girls Volleyball Games:

    Youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfLahAtNuXTRVXa-9UQ7daA/featured


    Below is the link for Friday, October 30th, Football Game vs Bishop McDevitt at Hershey High School.  Game time 7:00pm:

    DTSD Approves a Health and Safety Plan for Athletics

    The Derry Township School District Health and Safety Plan for Athletics plan was developed based on the guidance and recommendations from various federal, state, and local governments including but not limited to The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Pennsylvania Department of Health (PA DOH), as well as the National Federation of State High School Associations (NHFS) and the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletics Association (PIAA). The recommendations set forth in the health and safety plan will be adjusted as needed as new information becomes available in order to decrease the risk of exposure for our coaches, staff, athletes, and spectators. Click here for review the details of the plan.

    Questions and concerns with regard to the Athletic Health and Safety Plan should be directed to:

    Scott Govern

    Athletic Director

    Derry Township School District

    717.534.2510 ext. 2277


    Sports Physicals: Sports Physicals, offered at the school, for the winter & spring seasons will be held on Monday, November, 9, 2020, from 6:00-8:00pm.  You need a new sports physical every school year & it must be completed after June 1st, 2020.  The new updated PIAA Physical Packet is available online. These sports physicals will be for both winter & spring athletes but winter athletes wll take priority.  The PIAA Physical is available online.  If you want to have your physical on this date, please call the athletic office at 717-531-2205 or email Linda O'Connor at loconnor@hershey.k12.pa.us.  You must have an appointment & all paperwork must be completed & signed before you arrive. The cost is $22 & we will accept cash or a check made out to DTSD.
    Copies of necessary paperwork will be available in the Athletic Office or Athletic Training Room, or you can get it online.
    If you have any questions, please call the Athletic Office at 717-531-2205 or email Linda O'Connor at loconnor@hershey.k12.pa.us.
    This is the link for the PIAA physical paperwork: DTSD Physical Packet

    Hershey High School is now selling Athletic apparel on line.  Click on this website for details. 


    Online GearClick here to order online gear to support the Hershey Girls Basketball Team.

    Derry Township School District believes that sports not only offer students the opportunity to take part in an activity they enjoy, but also provide students many lifelong benefits such as character development, goal setting, and friendships.

    Athletics also teach participants lessons in teamwork, discipline, leadership, and overcoming adversity. As such, the District offers an array of athletic programs for high school and middle school students.
    The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) and the Mid Penn Conference (MPC) govern Derry Township School District’s athletic programs. 
    The PIAA is responsible for overall organization, development, and direction of the interscholastic athletic programs of Pennsylvania while the MPC, which is comprised of 31 central-Pennsylvania school districts, is responsible for fostering, developing, and promoting athletic relationships between member schools .

     Fall Sports  Winter Sports  Spring Sports
    Cross Country
    Soccer - Boys
    Soccer - Girls
    Tennis - Girls
    Girls Volleyball
    Basketball - Boys
    Basketball - Girls
    Varsity, JV, Junior High
    Swimming and Diving
    Varsity, JV, Junior High
    Lacrosse - Boys
    Lacrosse - Girls
    Soccer- Boys
    Soccer  - Girls
    Tennis - Boys
    Track and Field
    Volleyball - Boys
    Volleyball - Girls
    Junior High


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