AMSA Athletic Director Pete Jones held a recognition ceremony for nine student-athletes from the Class of 2023 who will be moving on to compete in college athletics. more
Indoor Track & Field
Outdoor Track & Field
The Eagle Athletic Department is composed of 40 different teams including 23 Varsity programs.
AMSA is an MIAA-member school (Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association) and is a proud member of the Colonial Athletic League, competing in District "E" (Central Mass.) at the Division 3 and 4 levels.
AMSA student-athletes in grades six through 12 can participate at varying levels of Varsity, Junior Varsity, Freshman and Middle School offerings.
Athletic Department staff and coaches work to create opportunities for student-athletes to learn skills and lessons that transcend what the every-day AMSA student learns in the classroom; leadership, teamwork, respect, sacrifice, dedication, enthusiasm, attitude, and mental and physical toughness chief among them.
The AMSA Athletic Department continuously creates an atmosphere that is conducive to the promotion of sportsmanship and citizenship, and a high standard of expectations will be set for our student-athletes to ensure that they are successful on the field of play and off of it. We will strive to represent our AMSA school community with class, competitiveness, camaraderie and with a championship spirit!
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AMSA's Michael Zuo placed 7th in the All State Championships in Boston on Feb. 25. AMSA Proud!
Last night the Indoor Track & Field competed at the Division 5 State Championships at Reggie Lewis Center in Boston. Senior Michael Zuo placed 3rd in the shot put. Sophomore Zach Barton placed 5th in the hurdles, Freshman Aysha Siva placed 7th in the shot put, and the 4 by 800 meter relay team of Katie Massey, Ava McLeod, Ava Georger, and Rosie Martinez placed 11th.
Congratulations to AMSA Athletic Director Pete Jones for being named District 2 Athletic Director of the Year by the Mass. Secondary Schools Athletic Directors Association! The award is presented annually to ADs from each of the nine athletic districts in Massachusetts. District 2 includes 35 schools. Mr. Jones was selected for his “outstanding leadership and meritorious achievement in interscholastic administration” and “dedication to youth in athletics,” which only confirms what everyone in the AMSA community has known for many years!
See full video of the 2022 Fall Varsity Sports Awards night here.
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Congratulations to AMSA senior Emelia Carvalho for signing a National Letter of Intent to commit to Division 2 Southern New Hampshire University, where she will continue her athletic career in softball while majoring in criminology! read more
AMSA seniors Bella Busconi-Cambria and Gianna Ruffing have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the university level! Bella committed to Northeastern University in the sport of swimming. She will study cell and molecular biology. Gianna committed to the University of Maryland in the sport of gymnastics. She will study kinesiology. read more
Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball team for defeating Lowell Catholic 3-1 and advancing to the Round of 16 next week!
Congratulations to all the AMSA cross country runners who competed in the Marlborough Lions Club Annual Bed Race!
Congratulations to eight senior student-athletes who are continuing in athletics next year at the college level!
Senior Meghan Litteer signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and track & field career at St. Bonaventure University.
Congratulations to Girls Tennis team seniors Anna Grankin, McKenna Olson, and Sruthi Kurada, who were honored with their families on May 11.
On Senior Day, the AMSA's Girls Tennis team defeated St. Paul 5-0!
Congratulations to the senior baseball players who were honored along with their parents before the May 9 home game!
It was a win for AMSA Baseball on Senior Day as the Eagles topped Maynard 8-1!
Over 60 members of the AMSA track & field team and Leaders of Tomorrow collected litter throughout Ghiloni Park and also manicured miles of trails on May 1.
Congrats to AMSA Softball Senior Captain Piper Kinney, who threw a no-hitter yesterday in a 6-0 win at West Boylston, striking out 14 batters and walking just two.
AMSA 7th grader Ava Georger and 9th grader Nolan Maxwell both placed 2nd overall (male and female divisions) at Marlborough's Miles for Mutts 5k. Congratulations!
The 2022 AMSA Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, August 15 at Marlborough Country Club.
Athletes on the Indoor Track Team performed well and obtained personal bests.
The Winter Athletic Season begins 11/29 for Basketball, Hockey, Indoor Track, and Swimming. Registration is available through 11/5.
Members of the Cross Country Team put their legs to good use at the annual Marlborough Lions Club Bed Race on Labor Day!
TRY-OUTS CANCELLED TODAY for Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Golf, and Cross Country, due to weather. Volleyball try-outs are ON today as scheduled.
AMSA’s 2021 State Champion Girls Tennis Team was honored at a pregame ceremony at Fenway Park yesterday. The public address announcer recapped their season while the girls appeared larger than life on the jumbotron! Go Eagles!
Three AMSA teams were crowned "Champions" of CMADA tourneys
The Athletic Dept. recently held a signing ceremony for nine senior student-athletes
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MIAA mental health workshop, MIAA approves spring season
AMSA Volleyball is back!
Details coming soon about registration, sponsorships, and more
We have decided to move forward with the Fall “II” Athletics season!
Here’s some of the action at Thursday’s Boys Basketball JV game against Maynard at ForeKicks.
The Boys Basketball Varsity team battled Maynard at ForeKicks.
Rachel Bibiu was busy this holiday season giving back to her community while representing AMSA and the MIAA.
Presented to an Athletic Director who demonstrates dedication and commitment to interscholastic athletics.
Congratulations to senior Kirstin Hailey, AMSA Girls Tennis Captain, for signing a national letter of intent to continue her tennis career at Division 1 Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, where she will study Civil Engineering.
AMSA’s Rosie Martinez and Hudson’s Rachel Korowski ran neck and neck throughout yesterday's 5k race.