Any student-athlete that wants to participate in a winter sport must turn in a pre-participation physical packet (bit.ly/2019DTSDPhysicalPacket) If physical was completed prior to 10/7/19 they must have a section 7 re-certification form (bit.ly/RecertForms) signed in addition to physical. If student-athlete was injured since their physical was completed they must have a section 8 re-certification completed by doctor (bit.ly/RecertForms) Copies of necessary paperwork can be picked up in the Athletic Office of Athletic Training Room.
All paperwork is due by Monday, November 11th to the Athletics Office or Athletic Trainer so it can be reviewed & processed. Do NOT email/fax documents or turn paperwork in to coach. Turn in paperwork to Athletic Office or Athletic Training Room only.
Wrestlers: Final wrestling weight certifications will be Thursday, November 14th at 2:45pm in the High School Athletic Training Room. Any high school or middle school wrestler that missed weight certifications or did not pass hydration MUST ensure they’re at this weight certification. Be sure that you are hydrating throughout the day to enable certification.______________________________________________________________________________________________________________Congratulations to our September Student Athletes of the Month! Maddie Zimmer, a Senior Field Hockey Player and Teagan Therit, Senior Boys Soccer Player, have demonstrated outstanding leadership and skill for their prospective sports. Great job!All Sports Athletic Passes are available in the athletic office. You may purchase the passes between the hours of 7:00am - 3:30pm. Adults are $40 and Students are $20. Pass is good for all in-season home games for the 2019-2020 school year.
Hershey High School is now selling Athletic apparel on line. Click on this website for details.Online Gear: Click here to order online gear to support the Hershey Girls Basketball Team.OverviewDerry 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.GovernanceThe 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 SportsFootballGolfSoccer - Boys
Soccer - GirlsTennis - Girls
Basketball - BoysBasketball - GirlsCheerleadingVarsity, JV, Junior HighSwimming and DivingWrestlingVarsity, JV, Junior HighCheerleadingBaseball
Volleyball - GirlsJunior High