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  • Welcome to the Fall Sports Season

    Athletic Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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    Fall season start dates

    JV & Varsity Level Sports: JV/V Football (August 19). All other JV/V Sports (August 21)

    Includes: B/G Cross Country, Field Hockey, B Golf, Football, B/G Soccer, G Tennis, G Swim & Dive, Cheerleading, B/G Volleyball. G Gymnastics (combined w/ Williamsville South)

    Modified Level Sports: Mod Football (August 24), All other Mod Sports (August 28)

    Includes: Football, B/G Cross Country, Field Hockey, B/G Soccer, B/G Volleyball

    Sport Signups 

    Amherst athletics is pleased to notify athletes and families that we will be using a new sports registration platform called FinalForms. Fall sports signups will open approximately 30 days prior to the start of the season (end of July). All signups must be entered via FinalForms. See links below for more information and to sign up!

    PLEASE USE ONLY AMHERST STUDENT EMAIL ACCOUNTS WHEN SIGNING UP YOUR ATHLETE OR THEY WILL NOT RECEIVE NOTIFICATIONS

    Final Forms Registration Link: https://amherst-ny.finalforms.com

    Final Forms Registration Parent Playbook (directions)

    Sports Physicals

    To participate in sports, a current physical and immunization record must be on file with your child's health office. The exam must be dated within one year from the start date of the selected sport (ex. fall sports - 8/1/24 or later). Physicals can be uploaded to the FinalForms registration platform or delivered to the school health office (info below):

    School Health Offices (drop off, mail, fax):

    • Amherst Central High School- 4301 Main Street, Amherst, NY 14226, Attn: Health Office. Fax- 716-836-4972
    • Amherst Middle School- 55 Kings Highway, Amherst, NY 14226, Attn: Health Office. Fax- 716-836-0193

    Athletes that have previously tested postive for COVID-19 must provide a medical release note from their primary care physician. Your PCP may require a return to play protocol (RTP), this process can be completed in coordination with our Athletic Trainer. For more information regarding RTP after positive COVID-19 diagnosis, visit the American Academy of Pediatrics website.