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The mission of Newark Memorial Athletics is to instill respect, pride and integrity, not only through our individual self, but through the willingness of a team. Our student-athletes will demonstrate commitment, responsibility and have a strong academic work ethic, while maintaining the highest level of sportsmanship. It is our mission to inspire and motivate others and unite the community through athletics.

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Changes to Newark Memorial Athletics

Dear NMHS Student-Athlete Families,

 

As we begin to put plans in place for the upcoming school year, I wanted to share some information regarding changes to the Newark Memorial Athletic Department that will take place starting this Fall.  As you may know, athletics at Newark Memorial is currently partially funded by the Newark Unified School District and Athletics-ASB. Unfortunately, these funds do not cover the total expense of the athletic program, which forces the Athletic Department and NMHS Athletic Boosters, to raise nearly $80,000 each year, for the survival of  athletics.

In order to cover the total expense of the athletic program, our school is requesting, a $50.00 donation per sport for each student,so that we can continue to provide the opportunity for your son/daughter to participate in high school athletics. This donation will help offset the operating cost of the Athletic Department, which includes officials, tournament entries, medical supplies, safety equipment, etc. A student's participation in athletic programs is not dependent on these financial contributions, nor will they receive any type of punishment for not contributing.  Athletics at Newark Memorial High School cannot exist without contributions from our families and community members.

Thank you for your support of Cougar Athletics and please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions regarding this letter, or to discuss any hardships.  I can be reached at rkahoalii@newarkunified.org or at (510) 818-4339.

Sincerely,


Rachel Kahoalii

Athletic Director, Newark Memorial High School

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2/24/18

EMMILY PATNEAUD CROWNED 2018 STATE WRESTLING CHAMPION

 

Congratulations to Newark Memorial HS sophomore Emmily Patneaud who won the 143 lb Title at the California State Girls Wrestling Championships in Visalia on Saturday.

 

The Lady Cougars placed 11th as a team.

 

Sophomore Ariana Pereira placed 6th at 160 lbs.

 

COUGAR COUNTRY IS PROUD OF YOU!

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2/24/18

NCS D2 GIRLS BASKETBALL QUARTERFINAL NEWS --- LADY COUGARS RALLY FROM 8-POINTS DOWN WITH 35-SECONDS LEFT IN REGULATION TO WIN IN OT---

 

Congratulations to the NMHS Girls Varsity Basketball Team on a their 73-66 overtime win at Redwood High on Friday night.

After leading for most of the first three-quarters, the Cougars fell behind by 8-points, with just 35-seconds to play in the 4th quarter, before two consecutive three-point FG's by Kylie Chan (with 2 missed FT’s by RW in between), a 5-second defensive call on a attempted in-bound play by Redwood, and then a clutch shot off an in-bound play by Haylee Nelson, sent the game to overtime at 57-57. 

 

In OT, the Cougars hit three straight three-point FG's (Chan, Nelson, Savanna Swickard) to jump out to a nine-point lead, with Nelson adding 7 more points from the foul line to seal the TEAM victory over the #4 seed Giants.

 

Highlights: Haylee Nelson (21-points, 15-rebounds), Kylie Chan (21-points, five 3-point FG's), Alayah Bell (15-points), Maleia Colker (6-points), Savanna Swickard (6-points), Rylee Sarasua (4-points, 6-assists, 4-steals). The Cougars made twelve 3-point field-goals.

 

Next: The #5 seed Cougars (24-4) advance to the NCS D2 semifinals, and will play at #1 seed Miramonte (24-4) on Wednesday, February 28, with the tip-off at 7:00 pm.

 

GO COUGARS!

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Tutoring specifically designed to meet the schedule demands of athletes is offered starting September 3rd, every Wednesday AND Thursday after school from 2:15 to 3:15 in the Star Lab.   TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY!!

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For Football, Basketball and Wrestling:

General Admission: $7.00

High School Students with ASB Sticker: $5.00 (Home Games - Free)

K-8 Students: $3.00

Senior Citizens (62 and older): Free

For Freshmen Football, Volleyball, Boys/Girls Water Polo, Boys/Girls Soccer, Boys/Girls Swimming, Baseball/Softball, and Track and Field:

General Admission: $5.00

High School Students with ASB and K-8 Students: $3.00 (Home Games - Free)

Senior Citizens (62 and Older): Free