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Athletics

Spartans, this is our time! PHS athletics has established a tradition of excellence, and our athletes carry the mantle with pride. Paramus High School is a Division III member of the Big North conference, where the competition is keen and the caliber of play is excellent. 

Updated Paramus High School Channel

All Abilities Live

Be sure to tune in to our updated live sports channel!

Plays to Success:

  1. Go to All Abilities Live School Events.
  2. The video feed will begin a few minutes before the start of the contest.
  3. Find the game you wish to watch and click on it.
  4. Games will be available for replay on the student-run P-Town Throw Down YouTube channel.
  5. Feel free to jump in and out of the games on each field.
  6. Games will be available for replay within 24 hours on our YouTube channel.
  7. All games are free and available for everyone to enjoy!
  8. Have questions? Contact us by email.

Return to Play

Please take a moment to watch the NJSIAA return-to-play question and answer video below featuring Dr. Damion Martins, NJSIAA medical advisory task force member, medical director of sports medicine at Atlantic Health Systems, New York Jets physician, and a member the NFL's COVID-19 task force advisory board and NJSIAA.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Fall and winter sports: Earn at least 30 passing credits during the previous school year (five courses plus health and physical education)
  • Spring sports: Earn at least 15 passing credits during the fall semester (five courses plus health and physical education)

NCAA

NJDOE Broadcast/Resource: Student Athlete College Eligibility Criteria

N.J.S.A. 18A:11-3.4 requires school districts and nonpublic schools that participate in sports sanctioned by the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association to annually disseminate to each student participating in interscholastic athletics the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s freshman eligibility standards for participation in collegiate athletics. For eligibility standards, please see NCAA Division I and II sports.

Transportation

A late bus is available at 4:00 p.m. for students who participate in after-school activities. A 5:30 p.m. bus is also available for students who participate in school-sponsored events. We also provide transportation to and from away games, events, and tournaments. 

Students who do not wish to ride with the team to or from an event must complete an Alternate Transportation form.

Head Coaches

Fall Sports
Football: Joe Sabella – Varsity, JV, Frosh
Boys Soccer: Rob Auriemma – Varsity, JV, Frosh
Girls Soccer: Justin DeFeo – Varsity, JV, Frosh
Boys & Girls Cross Country: Jeff Schorling – Varsity, Novice
Girls Tennis: Jonathan Morrisette – Varsity, JV
Volleyball: Jessica Yager – Varsity, JV, Frosh

Winter
Boys Basketball: Dan Reddan – Varsity, JV, Frosh
Girls Basketball: Brian Hay – Varsity, JV, Frosh
Wrestling: Chris Falato – Varsity, JV
Bowling: Jonathan Morrisette – Varsity, JV
Ice Hockey: Jake Rizer – Varsity, JV
Boys Swimming: Joe Marmora – Varsity
Girls Swimming: Joe Marmora – Varsity
Winter Track: Jerry Somma – Varsity, Novice

Spring
Baseball: Douglas Aday – Varsity, JV, Frosh
Softball: Brian Hay – Varsity, JV, Frosh
Boys Tennis: Lee Goldberg – Varsity, JV
Boys Track: Jerry Somma – Varsity, Novice
Girls Track: Jeff Schorling – Varsity, Novice
Boys Golf: Steven Klass – Varsity, Novice
Girls Golf: Joseph Sabella – Varsity, Novice
Boys Lacrosse: Adam Ahmad – Varsity, JV
Girls Lacrosse: Hannah Erlewein – Varsity, JV

Sports equipment