Team Picture Day Sept. 27th
Football Picture Day -- September 27th
Snack Shack Sign-up
Thursday and Friday Night Lights
Come join the SRHS Football Teams and Athletic Boosters and have some fun in the snack shack. Frosh Team on Thursdays, JV and Varsity on Fridays. Anyone can participate! We are the only Friday night games under the lights in Marin County. Click the link to join the fun!
For questions email Nicole Burak at Nburak@comcast.net
Click HERE to sign up!
Comcast Hometown Sports is Coming to SR!
For the first time in the history of San Rafael High School Comcast Hometown Sports is coming to SR to televise the Friday, September 30, 2016 Varsity Football Game against Tam High School. Make plans to be in attendance for this historic event!
Understanding Your Athlete's Practice Clock
High School Football is the only sport in the State of California with practice time requirements. Both the California Interscholastic Federation and the North Coast Section require the following for all football players:
- Each player must complete 10 ten days of practice before they may scrimmage against an outside opponent.
- Each player must complete 14 days of practice before they may play in a game against an outside opponent, although the game may count as the 14th day.
This is yet another reason why it is critical that your athlete attend all of their team's practices!
SR FOOTBALL CALENDAR
Dawgs tackle San Lorenzo High at San Lorenzo on Saturday, September 24, 2016. JV at 11:00 AM and the Varsity kick-off at 1:30 PM! The DAWGS JV squad will be shooting for their 4th straight victory.
DAWGS Frosh smacked El Molino 26-14 at historic Miller Field on Thursday, September 22, 2016. Way to Go!
There is a charge for all home games:
Frosh Football - $5 for adults and $3 for students, SR students with an ASB sticker pay only $1!
Varsity & JV Football - $7 for adults and $3 for Students, SR students with an ASB sticker pay only $1.
SR Athletics is Partnering with a Boston University Study
Chris Nowinski will be working with our football team as part of his dissertation for a Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience at Boston University School of Medicine. The goal of the study, which is taking place at 3 schools across the country, is to better understand how brain trauma in sports affects cognition, emotion, sleep, and headaches over the course of a football season, and will use data from our Triax Impact Sensors. Students who volunteer for the study will be given a series of simple tests and questionnaires before and after the seasons.
Chris is the co-founder and president of the non-profit Concussion Legacy Foundation (www.ConcussionFoundation.org) and the co-founder of the Boston University Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Program and VA-BU-CLF Brain Bank, where he currently serves as the Outreach, Recruitment, Education, and Public Policy Leader. A former All-Ivy Harvard football player and WWE Superstar, he was forced to retire due to post-concussion syndrome at age 24 and subsequently wrote Head Games: The Global Concussion Crisis, which was made into a documentary. He serves as an advisor to the NFL Players Association, Major League Lacrosse, Ivy League, and Positive Coaching Alliance.