Category: Athletics

Fall 2 Schedule

Please be advised that this schedule will be updated regularly. It is subject to change. We thank you for your patience and understanding during these unprecedented times.

Fall 2 Schedule

Old Colony Fall 2 Season Helpful Guide

Sport Offerings

Football Begins March 1, 2021 

B/G Soccer Begins Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Golf Begins TBD

Cross Country Begins Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Volleyball Begins Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Cheerleading TBD

The Mayflower Athletic Conference Athletic Directors to develop schedules. SCHEDULES CAN BE FOUND HERE (subject to change) Please note that the conference will not admit fans to games. Each school will be required to Livestream games. Thank you for everything you do to support Old Colony Athletics. Stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you at athletic events in the near future.


The Athletic Department will be sponsoring mandatory individual team meetings to share the Fall II season plan (rules, requirements, modifications, protocols, guidelines, calendar, and tryout information). 

Meeting dates times will be shared through head coaches and Athletic Director


Eligibility Requirements

  •         Register on Family ID
  •         Passing all coursework.
  •         Cross-reference their physical paperwork and have an up-to-date physical on file.




  1.     Have a separate gym bag for cloth that is washed every day.
  2.     Bring extra masks 3-5 per day.
  3.     Bring your own water bottle. Water will not be provided.
  4.     Remind your parents all games will be live-streamed as no fans are allowed.

5.      Students coming from home are to come dressed and ready.  In-person students are to use the academic/shop bathroom then report to the designated practice area.

Fall Season Rescheduled

Good Evening Old Colony Families,

We hope this letter finds you well and that your summer has allowed for some rest and relaxation in the midst of our uncertain times. As we prepare for the reopening of school, the health, safety and wellness of our student-athletes, coaches, game officials, and others associated with our athletic programs remain a top priority. Throughout the course of the summer, we have received hundreds of pages of guidance that has directed the school reopening process.


Recent guidance released by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) in collaboration with the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA), has provided us with the option of moving our fall athletic season to a floating season in between the winter and spring. The alternative is a fall season with the potential for shutdown, modified rules, and limited attendance for spectators (if any) at athletic events. In short, we believe that our student-athletes deserve more. For this reason, and many others, we will be moving our fall season to a floating season in between winter and spring athletics.

The Mayflower Athletic Conference Athletic Directors are currently collaborating to formulate a comprehensive plan for the transition from our typical fall season to the floating season as permitted by DESE and the MIAA. Interscholastic sport seasons will look different in communities throughout the state. Our efforts have been focused on creating consistency within the Mayflower Athletic Conference and among vocational schools of similar size. We are confident in the collaboration that has taken place to date. Discussions will continue as a result of the fluidity of what we are experiencing.

There are many variables that still need to be discussed, considered and approved in order for Old Colony High School to safely sanction this athletic opportunity. Our goal over the next few weeks is to engage in healthy discussions with school department officials, athletic conference members and other local high schools to review the options for providing our students with the most rewarding experience possible. Old Colony will continue to work tirelessly to provide a realistic and safe athletic experience for all participants and remains committed to releasing updated information as details become available.




Matthew J. Trahan, C.A.A.


Director of Athletics

Fall Tryouts Update

The MIAA BOD voted unanimously that Fall sports, those approved for participation by DESE, EEA and local school district, will start no earlier than Sept. 14, 2020 with preseason tryouts/practices.

Additional guidance from DESE and EEA should be available by Aug 1st.  Further information regarding fall tryouts will be emailed directly.

EEE and Athletics

Attention all Old Colony families,  in regard to the outbreak of EEE in Rochester, we have taken a proactive approach for the safety of our students.  The school grounds have been sprayed for mosquitoes.  Students who are waiting for rides after practice, must wait in the lobby. We are also enforcing a strict 6PM curfew for all practices to ensure students are safe.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Matt Trahan by email at or by phone at (508)763-8011 x143.

M.I.A.A Game Change

Old Colony’s M.I.A.A game has been changed from 3/2/2019 to 3/4/2019 @6:30 pm.

Cohasset @ Old Colony


Adults $7.00

Students $5.00

Hope to see everyone there!

Jake Jason Scores 2,000 Points

Old Colony Senior Jake Jason became just the 73th player in Massacushetts state history to score 2,000 points in their high school career Monday night.

You can read more about Jake’s night here.

Walter J. Markham Award

Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School has been named the recipient of the 2017-2018 Division II Walter J. Markham Award as part of the Boston Globe’s Scholastic Awards, which go to schools with the best win-loss records in athletic competition. This is a first for Old Colony.

In 2017-2018, Old Colony athletic teams won 58.61% of all athletic contests. Old Colony boasted a Fall Season record of 46-51-3; a Winter Season record of 25-12-0; and a Spring Season record of 50-22-0; with an overall record of 121-85-3.

Established in 1997, the award is named for Walter Markham, a native of Lowell who initiated the state’s regional vocational and technical high schools and served as president and treasurer of the American Vocational Association.

Click here to read the Sippican Week article recently written by one our students, Zachary McMahon.

Now accepting applications for the Class of 2023. Start your application today at


2018-2019 Sports Information

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

3:30 – 5:00 pm free sports physicals

5:30 pm – informational meeting for all players and parents.  Any freshman wanting to participate in a fall sport will be required to sign-up at this time.


Start Dates for Fall Sports:

August 17, 2018 – Football

August 23, 2018 – Soccer, Volleyball, Cross Country & Golf



Homecoming Events

Games Under the lights: Come check out some great games under the lights by our OC Cougar Athletics during Homecoming week!

10/10/17 Girls Soccer Blue Hills at OC 6pm

10/11/17  Boys Soccer Norfolk @ OC 6 pm

10/13/17 Football Upper Cape at OC 7 pm

October 13th & 14th, Homecoming Weekend: We are taking the October 13th & 14th festivities to a new level with fun for all ages. There’s no place like Homecoming! VIP Tour in the morning followed by a children’s concert for ages preK-3 at 10:00 a.m. Family fun day in the afternoon with live music, a climbing wall, knockerball, facepainting, and inflatables. A pumpkin carving contest and more. 

Interested in securing one of the 32 slots in the First Annual Cornhole Classic Charity Tournament taking place at 3:00 p.m.? Register here:

Letter to Parents

The role of the parent in the education of a student is vital. The support shown in the home is manifested in the ability of the student to accept the opportunities presented at the school and in life. Click here to read the whole letter.

Old Colony Basketball Middle School Night


On Wednesday, January 25th, The Boys Varsity basketball team invited the Cape Hoops sixth grade girls team from Acushnet to be Honorary Captains for the night.  This Friday, February 3rd, the Boys Varsity basketball would like to invite all middle school students from the surrounding area to the game free of charge.  Just be sure to bring a school ID for admission.  The game will feature raffles and halftime events.  Hope to see you all there!