Athletics

Anyone interested in swimming or diving this winter must attend the informational meeting on Wednesday Nov. 19th at 2:20 PM at E.O. Smith High School.



On Tuesday, November 4th at 6pm in the THS auditorium, the THS Athletic Department will be hosting a presentation and dialogue with author and nutritionist, Dave Barnas.  Mr. Barnas' book, "Competition Nutrition Now:  Fuel Your Success for Peak Sport Performance", will be the basis of his 40 minute presentation followed by an interactive question and answer period with the audience. 
There is no cost to attend the presentation.  Parents and athletes of all ages are encouraged to attend.





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NLINE ATHLETIC REGISTRATION IS NOW AVAILABLE.  ANYONE TRYING OUT FOR A WINTER SPORT MUST REGISTER USING THE ONLINE PROCESS.  CLICK ON THE "ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION REGISTRATION AND FORMS" TAB ON THE TOP LEFT AND FOLLOW THE PROMPTS.  ALL ATHLETES MUST BE REGISTERED BY NOVEMBER 3rd IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN WINTER SPORTS.


The entrance fee for all night soccer, football, basketball and lacrosse games is $5 for adults, $3 for students, senior citizens and children under 10 are free.


Central Connecticut Conference night game fees:
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The 2014-2015 Pay for Participation Fee is $200 per sport.  There is a $700 family cap (which includes any sports fees paid to Tolland MS).  Checks should be made out to Tolland High School Athletics.

Concussion: Signs and Symptoms
A concussion is not a structural injury and there is no protective equipment to date that will protect against a concussion.  Concussions are cerebral injuries resulting in a disruption of the nerves, cells and chemicals within the brain.  This process is called a metabolic cascade and is manifested in the development of signs and symptoms listed below.   

A concussion is caused by a blow to the head or body resulting in a manifestation of signs and symptoms including, but not limited to:

Headache                                 Confusion         Difficulty remembering or paying attention

Balance Problems                     Dizziness          Feeling sluggish, hazy, foggy or groggy

Nausea                                     Vomiting           Slowed reaction time

Bothered by light or noise         Double or blurry vision 

Loss of consciousness               Feeling irritable more emotional or “down”       

If you suspect that your son/daughter has sustained a concussion, please follow up with your Athletic Trainer, School Nurse or Doctor. 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Tolland High School Athletics
Athletic Director:  Patrick Cox
(860) 870-6827
pcox@tolland.k12.ct.us