Saint Mary Athletics
Saint Mary High School believes that a dynamic program of athletic activities is vital to the development of students. The athletic program provides a variety of experiences to aid in the development of favorable habits and attitudes in students that will better prepare them for adult life. Athletics functions as an integral part of social progress. They offer the opportunities to serve the institution, to assist in the development of fellowship and goodwill, to promote self-realization and all-around growth, and to encourage learning the qualities of a Christian lifestyle and good citizenship.
Young people can learn a great deal from their participation in interscholastic athletics. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition, and how to win and lose gracefully are an integral part of each team and athletic program. Athletic competition adds to our school spirit and helps all students and spectators to develop pride in our school.
Fall Sports: Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Cross Country, Golf
Winter Sports: Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Hockey
Spring Sports: Baseball, Boys & Girls Tennis, Boys & Girls Lacrosse
View our updated schedules at Digital Sports.
Directions to Spring Sports Facilities
Boys & Girls Lacrosse
Stanley Park: 400 Western Avenue, Westfield, MA
On the Massachusetts Turnpike take Exit 3. After the toll plaza, take a right onto Routes 10 and 202 South. Continue for 2 miles (over the Great River Bridge) until you reach the center of Westfield. A rotary will be on your left and the Westfield Athenaeum/Library will be on your right. Take a right onto Court Street and continue for 1 mile. Court Street turns into Western Avenue (continue for about a half mile). The main entrance to Stanley Park is on the left across from Westfield State University.
Bullens Field: Take Exit 3 on the Massachusetts Turnpike and take a right after the toll plaza onto Rt. 10/202. Go straight over the Great River Bridge. Take a right onto Franklin Street (CVS on the corner). Take a left onto Smith Avenue (.8 miles). Continue on Smith Avenue and you’ll see Westfield Vocational High School on the right. At the end of the road take a right and you will see the parking lot and field on your right.
Jachym Field: Take Exit 3 on the Massachusetts Turnpike and take a right after the toll plaza onto Rt. 10/202. Go straight over the Great River Bridge. Take a right onto Franklin Street (CVS on the corner). Follow this road for a short distance and you will see the tennis courts on the left. Turn at the street before the courts to enter the parking lot. Jachym Field is behind the courts.
South Middle School: Take Mass Pike to Exit 3. After toll booth you will come to a traffic light, turn right onto Rt. 10/202 South. Follow for approximately 2 miles into Westfield Center. Just past the common make a slight left turn onto Broad St. (Rt. 10/202 will go to the right). Follow Broad St. for about 1/2 mile to a traffic light. You will see a Big Y Supermarket ahead on the left. Go through the light onto South Broad St. Amelia Park is on the right across from the Big Y Supermarket. Enter the parking lot and continue beyond the Westfield Boys and Girls Club and you will see the fields behind South Middle School.
Boys & Girls Tennis
Municipal Tennis Courts: Franklin Street, Westfield, MA
Take Exit 3 on the Massachusetts Turnpike and take a right after the toll plaza onto Rt. 10/202. Go straight over the Great River Bridge. Take a right onto Franklin Street (CVS on the corner). Take a left onto Smith Avenue (.8 miles). Continue on Smith Avenue and you’ll see Westfield Vocational High School on the right. At the end of the road take a right and you will see the parking lot and field on your right.
Directions to Away Games
Please do not call Saint Mary High School looking for directions to away games.
Digital Sports often has the name of the facility listed on its website. When looking at the list of games, click on it for more information and see if the facility name is posted.
You may also use the MIAA's School Lookup feature to find away games.
You may also search for the website of the opposing team and see if their athletics page has more information.
The MIAA requires a physical dated no more than 13 months from the first day of practice.
Fall 2012: on or after July 23, 2011 (practice begins August 23, 2012)
Winter 2012-13: on or after October 26, 2011 (practice begins November 26, 2012)
Spring 2013: on or after February 18, 2012 (practice begins March 18, 2013)
You can download the form for physicals or pick one up from Mr. Lepage. Remember that if an athlete does not have a valid physical on file, he or she will not be allowed to participate in practices or games.
If you have any questions, including the date of the last physical we have on file, please contact Mr. Lepage by email at email@example.com.