Mair
Beth Mair
Coordinator of Athletics
& Driver's Education 
(757) 727-2014


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SPORTS OFFERED:
Fall Sports
Football, Cross Country,
Field Hockey, Cheerleading, Golf, Volleyball
Winter Sports
Basketball, Swimming, Wrestling,
Cheerleading, Indoor Track, Diving
Spring Sports
Softball, Baseball, Boys Tennis, Girls Tennis, Soccer,
Outdoor Track

STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE 2013-2014
Attention Parents/Guardians
Scholastic Insurors suggest you consider purchasing this accident insurance for your child(ren).  Even if you have a family insurance plan, this accident insurance plan will help pay your co-payments and deductibles for medical and dental expenses. 
Please see 
Choice of Plans & Benefits

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HCS Athletics would like to say THANKS to our 2013 Corporate Sponsors!

  • 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union
  • A+ Tutorial
  • Affordable Printing
  • Chick Fil A
  • Children's Hospital of the Kings Daughters
  • Coach Blizzard Tours
  • Coke
  • Colonial Gastroenterolgy Associates
  • Hampton Chevrolet
  • Jason's Deli
  • John Smith Enterprises - McDonalds
  • Powerade
  • Ron's Plumbing and Heating
  • Sportrx
  • Vancostas

2013-2014 Highlights

Hampton High Girls Indoor Track 2 x 400 Relay Team
5A State Champions
Chantel Ray, Hampton High Indoor Track Team
55 Meter State Champion
Bethel High Schools 4 x 400 Meter Relay Team
6A South Region Champions
Mariah Burrell, Ashley Greenlee, Ashianna Gales-wood, Jayme Thomas
Kaleb Tucker, Kecoughtan HIgh School
6A South Region Champion in 126 weight class
Dontez Jones, Kecoughtan High School
6A South Region Champion in 132 weight class
Phoebus High School Girls Indoor Track Team

4A South Region Champions
During the Group 5A South Regional indoor track meet, Hampton High's Chantal Ray ran the COUNTRY's fastest time in the 55 meter hurdles.  Chantal ran it in 7.93 seconds.
Nehemiah Lipford, Bethel High School

Conference 2 Champion in Boys Triple Jump
Jayne Thomas, Bethel High School
Conference 2 Champion in Girls Triple Jump and Long Jump
Bethel High School Girls 4 x 800 Relay Team
Conference 2 Champions
Kaliyah Bullock, Ashianna Gales-Wood, Imari Heavans and Ashlee Greenlee
Bethel High School Girls 4 x 200 Relay Team
Conference 2 Champions
Mariah Burrell, Jayme Thomas, Kayla Scott and Ashianna Gales-Wood
Mariah Burrell, Bethel High School
Conference 2 Champion in 500 Meter Dash
Saleem Brown, Bethel High School
Conference 2 Champion in 500 Meter Dash
Bethel High School Girls 4 x 400 Relay Team
Conference 2 Champion 
Jayme Thomas, Sierra Crippen, Imari Heavans and Ashianna Gales-Wood
Bethel High School Boys 4 x 400 Relay Team
Conference 2 Champions
Carlos Young, Saleem Brown, Djuan Cox and Antonio Killebrew
Quinton Tucker, Kecoughtan High School
Conference 2 Wrestling Champion at 120 weight class
Kaleb Tucker, Kecoughtan High School
Conference 2 Wrestling Champion at 126 weight class
Dontez Jones, Kecoughan High School
Conference 2 Wrestling Champion at 132 weight class
Kecoughtan High School Swim Team -400 yard Freestyle Relay Team-----Conference 2 Champion
  • Zach Becouvarakis
  • Tyler Ducar
  • Tucker Lynn
  • Josh Duke
Zach Becouvarakis, Kecoughtan High School Swim Team
Conference 2 Champion in the 100 yard Butterly
Milan Willis, Phoebus High School Wrestler
Conference 18 Champion in 170 weight class
Sami Dhamna, Phoebus High School Wrestler
Conference 18 Champion in 182 weight class
Evan Edler, Phoebus High School Wrestler
Conference 18 Champion in 195 weight class
Hampton High School Boys Basketball Team
Conference 10 Champions
Bethel High School Girls Basketball Team
Conference 2 Champion



Bethel High School
Girls Basketball
Keli Foster - University of North Carolina Greensboro
Britani Bryson - Goldey-Beacon College

Kecoughtan High School
Baseball
Tony Leite - Norfolk State University
Nate Matheson - Old Dominion University


Congratulations to the Bethel High School athletic department for earning the Claudia Dodson VHSL Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Award for the 2012-13 school year. The award recognizes member schools that have established policies and procedures that make sportsmanship a priority and an expectation with the school and school community. Bethel High School was one of  twenty five VHSL member schools to receive this award.

2013-2014

• Phoebus Girls Outdoor Track Team
Peninsula District Champions

• Hampton High School Baseball Team
Peninsula District Co-Champions

• Graham Thatcher
Phoebus High School Swim Team
Peninsula District Champion 
in the 
50 and 100 Meter Freestyle
Coach:  Larisa Haner

• Hampton High School Wrestling Team
Peninsula District Regular Season Co-Champions 
and 
Peninsula District Tournament Champions
Coach: Ron McRae

• Hampton High School Boys Indoor Track Team
Peninsula District Champions
Coach: Fred Hamilton

• Kecoughtan High School Boys Basketball Team
Peninsula District Regular Season Champions 
and 
Peninsula District Tournament Champions
Coach: Ivan Thomas

• Hampton High Schools Boys Indoor Track Team
Peninsula District Champions

• Phoebus High School Girls Indoor Track Team
Peninsula District Champions

• Phoebus High School Girls Indoor Track Team
Peninsula District Champions

• Hampton High School Boys Indoor Track Team
Peninsula District Champions

• Hampton High School Wrestling Team
Peninsula District Tournament Champions

• Hampton High School Wrestling Team
Peninsula District Regular Season Co-Champions

• Kecoughtan High School Wrestling Team
Peninsula District Regular Season Co-Champions

• Kecoughtan High School Boys Swim Team

Peninsula District Champions

• Kecoughtan High School Girls Swim Team
Peninsula District Champions

• Phoebus High School Football Team
Peninsula District Champions

• Bethel High School's MaKayla Waller
Peninsula District Cross Country Champion

• Kecoughtan High School Girls Cross Country Team
Peninsula District Champions

• Kecoughtan High School Boys Cross Country Team
Peninsula District Champions

• Bethel Varsity Cheerleaders - Peninsula District Champions!

 


 

2011-2012

Phoebus High School Girls Outdoor Track - Carolyn Brown
Eastern Region Champion in the 100 meter dash
Virginia High School League State Champion in the 100 meter dash

Hampton High School's Chantel Ray - Outdoor Track Team
Peninsula District Champion in 100 meter hurdles
Virginia High School League State Champion in 100 meter hurdles

Phoeubs High School Girls Outdoor Track Team
Peninsula District Champions

Kecoughtan High School Boys Soccer Team
Peninsula District Champions

Hampton High School Baseball Team
Peninsula District Regular Season Co-Champions

Phoebus High School Spring Sportsmanship Award Winners:
Varsity Baseball, Ethen Bolts
JV Baseball, Noah Gear & Jacob Voris
Varsity Softball, Jessica Cordner
Boys Track, Ralph Brown
Girls Track, Ashala Bunch
Boys Varsity Soccer, Jack Peters
Boys JV Soccer, Aaron Arceta
Girls Varisty Soccer, Samantha Ziemba
Girls JV Soccer, Lena Gordon
Boys Tennis, Aaron Thomas
Girls Tennis, Melissa Wyant
Debate, Mia Knowles

Kecoughtan High School Basketball Team
Peninsula District Regular Season Co-Champions

Carolyn Brown, Phoebus High School
Peninsula District, Eastern Region and State Champion in the 55 meter run

PHOEBUS HIGH SCHOOL SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD WINNERS:
Isaiah Jones-Clark - Boys Varsity Basketball
Markus Lewis - Boys JV Basketball 
Bianca Balmer-Brown - Girls Varsity Basketball
Natasha Holmes - Girls JV Basketball 
Da'Jsha Matthews - Varsity Cheerleading 
Sharenna Bland - JV Cheerleading
Donté Artis - Boys Indoor Track 
Katia Pierce - Girls Indoor Track 
Daniel Antanuous - Boys Swimming Swim 
Jessica Cordner - Girls Swimming 
Chris Hercules - Wrestling 
Hughes Card - Forensics 
John-Michael McCormick - Scholastic Bowl 
Christopher McKain - One Act Play 

Phoebus High School Girls Indoor Track Team
Peninsula District Champions, Coach Brian Rountree

Bethel High School Boys Indoor Track Team 
Peninsula District Champion 

Phoebus High School Wrestling Team
Peninsula District Regular Season Champions

Kecoughtan High School Boys Swim Team
Peninsula District Regular Season Champions

Mia Knowles
Peninsula District Champion in the Lincoln Debate Division

Hampton High School Boys Basketball Team
Eastern Region Champions
VHSL State Champions

Congratulations to Carolyn Brown from the Phoebus High School Indoor Track Team.  Carolyn won the State Championship in the 55 meter run with a time of 6.96 seconds.

Maya Moore was the State Champion in the 500 meter run at the VHSL Indoor Track meet. 
Maya is a Bethel High School student-athlete.  Her time was 1:15.76.  Congratulations!

Hampton High School Boys Basketball Team and
Kecoughtan High School Boys Basketball Team
Peninsula District Regular Season Co-Champions

Hampton High School Wrestling Team
Peninsula District Tournament Champions

KECOUGHTAN HIGH SPORTSMANSHIP AWARDS
Amber Stokes-Hearp - Cheerleading
Ian Marshall - Boys Volleyball
Kaitlyn Heath - Girls Volleyball
Owen Blackshear - Golf
Elizabeth Cary - Field Hockey 

 



 

 

 

 

 

HCS and City of Hampton Employees Pass On Sale
Cost is $40.00 (CASH ONLY)
The pass will admit one person into all of the 2013-2014 regular season athletic events in the City of Hampton.
The pass is on sale at the School Administration Center (1 Franklin Street)
on the 2nd floor.
The hours to buy a pass are from 9:00 to 3:00.
Proof of city employment will be needed

Darling Stadium Passes 
$50.00 for all regular season games
The pass is on sale at the School Administration Center on the 2nd floor.
The hours to buy a pass are from 9:00 – 3:00

TICKET PRICES AT THE GATE

Varsity Volleyball
Adult and Student    $4.00
Children 12 and under    $3.00
Seniors 65 and older      $3.00

Varsity Football Games
Adult and Student $5.00
Children 12 and under and Seniors over 65 $3.00
Children under 3 FREE

JV Football Games
FREE to everyone

Varsity Basketball Games
Adult and Student $5.00
Children 12 and under and Seniors over 65 $3.00
Children under 3 FREE

JV Basketball Games
Everyone $3.00
Children under 3 FREE

Varsity Wrestling Matches
Tri Matches:
     $5.00  Adult
     $3.00  12 and under AND senior citizen (over 65)
Dual Matches:
     $4.00  Adult
     $3.00  12 and under AND senior citizen (over 65)

 

Activity Fee:

The Hampton City School division requires students to pay $20.00 per VHSL activity in which they participate.  The activity fee will be collected by the head coach or athletic director from the high school prior to any competition.

Sports Physicals:

*Student shall have a completed sports physical examination before acceptance as a squad member or is permitted to engage in tryouts or practice of junior varsity or varsity athletics.

*Student must have sports physicals during the period of May 1 of the current school year through June 30 of the succeeding year to participate in athletic activities.

*Students must have the  Concussion Information For Parents and Athletes on file with the athletic director.

Download the VHSL Physical Form

Academic Requirements

Hampton City Schools 2.0 GPA Policy:

*Policy is in effect for all high school students.

*Students must earn a 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) the semester prior to participation in an activity.

*Students who earn an “F” in any core classes or class required for graduation will not be allowed to participate in after-school activities or events. Core classes are defined as any class requiring a SOL end-of-course test.

*Tutoring sessions will be offered for students in their respective schools.

*Students not meeting the 2.0 GPA requirements will be able to apply for
a one-time waiver during his/her high school career.

Virginia High School League (V.H.S.L.) Scholarship Rule:

*Student shall be currently enrolled in not fewer than five subjects.

*Student shall have passed five subjects the immediately preceding semester.

*All 8th grade students must play for their zoned high school.  Please refer to School Board policy IGDH.

Visit the VHSL website...

Bethel High School
Ray Smith, Athletic Director
757-896-7638
rsmith@hampton.k12.va.us

Hampton High School
Mike Tribus, Athletic Director


Kecoughtan High School
Lee Martin, Athletic Director
757-850-5030
wmartin@hampton.k12.va.us
KECOUGHTAN ATHLETICS WEBSITE

Phoebus High School
Deonna Brown, Athletic Director
757-727-1694
djbrown@hampton.k12.va.us

Hampton City Schools is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our students.  A concussion committee has developed a protocol and parent information to help our community understand the prevention, symptoms and treatment of concussions.  If you have any questions concerning our concussion protocol, please feel free to contact Beth Mair at 727-2014.

• Concussion Information For Parents and Athletes (PDF)

Purpose:
Hampton City Schools is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our students.  The following concussion protocol utilizes the latest in medical research to prevent and treat injuries.  This protocol was written to ensure that student-athletes who sustain concussions are properly diagnosed, given adequate time to heal, and are comprehensively supported until they are symptom free.  It is the goal of this protocol to minimize and prevent further injury to the brain, such as second impact syndrome, while allowing student athletes to return to play in the healthiest and safest manner.

Definitions:
Concussion- is a brain injury that is characterized by an onset of impairment of cognitive and/or physical functioning, and is caused by a blow to the head, face or neck, or a blow to the body that causes a sudden jarring of the head (i.e., a helmet to the head, being knocked to the ground). A concussion can occur with or without a loss of consciousness, and proper management is essential to the immediate safety and long-term future of the injured individual.  A concussion can be difficult to diagnose, and failing to recognize the signs and symptoms in a timely fashion can have dire consequences.

Most athletes who experience a concussion can recover completely as long as they do not return to play prematurely.  The effects of repeated concussions can be cumulative, and after a concussion, there is a period in which the brain is particularly vulnerable to further injury.  If an athlete sustains a second concussion during this period, the risk of permanent brain injury increases significantly and the consequences of seemingly mild second concussion can be very severe, and even result in death (i.e., “second impact syndrome”).

Appropriate licensed health care provider-means a physician, physician assistant, osteopath or athletic trainer licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine; a neuropsychologist licensed by the Board of Psychology; or a nurse practitioner licensed by the Virginia State Board of Nursing.

Return to Play-means participate in a nonmedically supervised practice or athletic competition.

ImPACT Concussion Management Program-  ImPact is a state-of-the-art computer-based program developed to help clinicians evaluate recovery during a concussion. The goal of this program is to create a safer environment for our student athletes through education, awareness, and clinical care.

Procedure:
1. Annual training on concussion management is required for all coaches (paid and volunteer), athlete trainers, team physicians, school nurses and physical education (PE) teachers.  The Athlete Director will be responsible for ensuring that all coaches, athletic trainers, and team physicians have completed this requirement.  The Coordinator of Health Services will ensure that all nurses have completed this requirement and the Curriculum Leader for Health and Physical Education will ensure that all PE teachers have completed this requirement.  The concussion management program is The National Federation of State High School Associations’ (NFHS)-Concussion in Sports-What You Need To Know. This Center for Disease Control (CDC) endorsed program provides a guide to understanding, recognizing, and properly managing concussions in high school sports.  It is available at www.nfhslearn.com.  A copy of the certificate of completion is to be kept on file.

2. In order to participate in any extracurricular athletic activity, each student athlete and the student athlete’s parent/guardian shall annually review information on concussions provided by Hampton City Schools via lecture, video, handouts or a combination thereof.  The information provided will include the short- and long-term health effects of concussions.  After the parent/guardian has reviewed the information provided regarding concussions and the health effects of concussions, they shall sign a statement acknowledging receipt, review, and understanding of such information (Appendix A).  If it is determined that English is a second language for the athlete and/or parent/guardian, appropriate translation will be provided. It will be the responsibility of each Athletic Director to ensure that each student athlete and his/her parent/guardian has received the appropriate concussion material and signed that they have received, reviewed and understood the information. The signed “Concussion Information for Parents and Athletes” form will be kept on file with the Virginia High School League (VHSL) physical in the Athletic Director’s office. 

3. A student athlete suspected by the student’s coach or athletic trainer of sustaining a concussion or brain injury in a practice or game shall be removed from the activity immediately.  A student athlete who has been removed from play, evaluated and suspected to have a concussion or brain injury shall not return to play that same day (Appendix B-HCS Sideline Concussion Assessment). The athletic trainer will provide the parent/guardian with further medical instruction, which could include immediate transportation to the ER. (Appendix C- Concussion Information and Referral Form).

4. The athlete should be referred for immediate medical care if any of the following are present, including but not limited to:

  • On field loss of consciousness
  • Cervical spine complaints
  • Focal neurological symptoms
  • Recurrent vomiting
  • Bleeding/clear fluid leakage from ears and nose
  • Unresolved balance or gait disturbance
  • Headaches that worsen
  • Looks drowsy/can’t wake up
  • Can’t recognize people/places
  • Seizures
  • Weakness/numbness in arms/legs
  • Slurred speech

5. If an athletic trainer is not available for assessment, the athlete’s eligibility to play will be determined by the presiding coach. The Athletic Director shall also be notified and then he/she will notify the athletic trainer that is assigned to the school.  A player suspected of having a concussion shall never be left alone or allowed to transport themselves off the premises.

6. When the athletic trainer is present to make the assessment, he/she will notify the Athletic Director of any athlete that has sustained a concussion, brain injury or head injury during practice or a game.  In turn, it will be the responsibility of the Athletic Director to notify the school nurse and the guidance counselor of such injury to further assist in monitoring and providing the appropriate care during the school day. 

7. The return to play progression will not begin until the athlete is completely symptom free.  Criteria for return after a concussion/brain injury/head injury:

  1. Written clearance to return to play from the student’s licensed health care provider (refer to definitions).
  2. Completely asymptomatic-no symptoms at all.
  3. Normal ImPACT Testing
  4. Completed supervised graduated return to play procedure (Appendix D).  Each step in this procedure should take 24 hours.  The steps must be completed without return of any symptoms.  If any symptoms occur, the athlete returns to the previous asymptomatic step.
  5. A written clearance from the school’s Athletic Director.

Documentation:
Parents must report all concussions sustained prior to each year on the Virginia High School League Physical Form.  The Athletic Trainer will maintain documentation on students that have sustained a concussion during athletic competition at the athlete’s current high school.  A safe return to play is the ultimate goal regardless of age and level of play.

  1. Be courteous to visiting teams and officials.
  2. Play hard and to the limit of his/her ability, regardless of discouragement. The true athlete does not give up nor does he/she quarrel, cheat, bet or grandstand.
  3. Retain his/her composure at all times and never leave the bench or enter the playing field/court to engage in a fight.
  4. Be modest when successful and be gracious in defeat. A true sportsman does not offer excuses for failures.
  5. Maintain a high degree of physical fitness by observing team and training rules conscientiously.
  6. Demonstrate loyalty to the school by maintaining a satisfactory scholastic standing and by participating in or supporting other school activities.
  7. Play for the love of the game.
  8. Understand and observe the rules of the game and the standards of eligibility.
    (Source:  VHSL Handbook)