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June 27th - August 4th

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Fall Sports Registration begins Monday, August 11th.

Please register by Thursday, August 14th.

The Athletic Office will be CLOSED on Friday, August 15th.

Practices begin on Monday, August 18th.

Paperwork is available on line under Athletic Forms & outside of the Athletic Office beginning August 11th

*Incoming Freshmen must have a sports physical. Sports physicals are due every 2 years. The form is under Athletic Forms on this web page.

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Simple guidelines for the parent of an Athlete (by Proactive Coaching-Bruce Brown)

Before the first game ask yourself the following questions: Then ask your child the same questions. If your child's answers are the same as yours, then great, support your child. If your child's answers differ from yours, then drop your goals and accept theirs.
Here are the red flags that indicate that you haven't "released" your child: Still signs but less serious: During the game
  1. Be there. However, if you've been to every practice and game since they were four, don't go sometime and see what your athlete wants to bring back to you.
  2. Model appropriate behavior. Bruce videotaped himself early in his coaching career and found that what he thought of as intensity came off as scary ugly! He reformed. To develop kids who will be poised and confident under pressure, we must model the same.
  3. One instructional voice. This needs to be the voice of the coach. Kids find it very confusing when they hear multiple people. Encouraging voices are OK.
  4. Focus on the team, not on your little darling.
  5. Choose one role. There are four roles - player, coach, spectator and official. Everyone gets to choose one.
After the game

When kids are asked about bad memories from athletics, the most consistent answer is the car ride home with mom and/or dad after the game.
Here's how to make that car ride home a positive: