• EB LOGO  Mr. Christopher Yannazzo,
    Supervisor
    Julie Cirkus, Secretary
    732-613-6930






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  • Any student-athlete who is interested in competing in college at Division I or Division II level must register for the NCAA Clearinghouse online at www.eligibilitycenter.org. Athletes who are planning to compete at the Division III level do not need to register.
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Forms: For 2020-2021 are Strongly Encouraged before Aug 3rd for summer workouts (all pages must be filled out), but the late fee deadline was extended until Aug 14.  Fall official practices have been pushed until 9/14 for all sports, including 8th grade!  Please get your paperwork in early to avoid delays in starting! (This is for athletics and not the Marching Band, please contact btoth@ebnet.org for more information)
     
    August 3 workouts are canceled. I apologize for the late notice you should have received an email an update on Twitter. Thank you and be well. 
     

    2020-21 Athletic Physical Packet 

    2020-21 Athletic Repeater Packet (if you have a valid physical on File within 365 days)

    2020-21 Marching Band Packet

    Athletic Handbook 2019-20

    Opioid Video

     

  • Specific questions please see the list of head coaches below.
     
     
    East Brunswick is a member of the New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association, the state governing agency, and the Greater Middlesex Conference, a 32-member organization. The athletic program begins in the eighth grade with soccer, field hockey, cross country, football, wrestling, basketball, softball, baseball, and track. In ninth grade, the same teams continue and cheerleading is added. Although ninth-graders attend junior high school, they are eligible to participate on high school teams.
     
    East Brunswick High School's athletic program is among the most comprehensive in the state. Fall teams are soccer, football, cross country, girls gymnastics, field hockey, girls volleyball, cheerleading, and girls tennis. The winter program includes basketball, wrestling, winter track, cheerleading, swimming, and bowling. Spring teams are baseball, lacrosse, softball, golf, track, boys volleyball and boys tennis. In total, there are 30 varsity, 15 separate junior varsity, 12 ninth-grade, and 11 eighth-grade teams.    If you are participating in athletics at CJHS or EBHS in the 2020-21 school year download the Physical packet provided above.
     
    CONGRATULATIONS on your decision, as team sports are a vital part of the educational experience. Athletic Registration and payment MUST be completed online by accessing www.ebnet.org/registrationandpayment
    Instructions for Community Bulletin Board Announcements to support fundraising events for Parent/Booster organizations
     
     
    Channel 26 EBTV coverage may be canceled because of weather; and there may not be able to cover if game start times, dates, or locations are changed.
     
     
    Bear Tracks-Directions to various athletic venues