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Middle School Sports

Sports Programs Offered:                  

Fall Sports Season: Baseball and Softball

Winter Sports Season: Boys and Girls Basketball, and Cheerleading

Spring Sports Season:   Boys and Girls Soccer

NFHS Resources for Student-Athletes and Parents

As we all know, Covid-19 had deprived our student-athletes of athletic opportunities and competition. As most sports seasons have been cancelled or delayed, we know that our athletes may be experiencing a sense of loss or resentment.  Sports is often a way that our youth socialize and build upon those sports skills to reduce stress and control their anxiety and depression, not to mention their vision to earn an athletic scholarship. We continue to lend on our parents to help facilitate encouragement, hope, and  support in those areas that we may not be able to sponsor at this time, however we have provided a list of virtual resources that will be beneficial for our student-athletes and parents that will improve their  academic skills and knowledge of sports related topics.  These courses are approved through the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) for Students.  These courses are not mandatory, but are highly recommended as a virtual resource for student-athletes.  The courses are FREE.



NOTE:  Parents are encouraged to engage their child in the stay at home or community activities that will continue to improve their child's sports skills and fundamentals. 


  1. Students in grades 7th and 8th are required to have a 2.0 or above from the previous grading period for fall sports.
  2. Students in the 6th grade are eligible for sports for the 2022-2023 school year.
  3. Parents must complete the student/parent packet prior to tryouts.
  4. A physical exam form must be completed and returned to the schools athletic director. The physical exam        must  be completed by a licensed physician, certified physician’s assistant under the supervision of a licensed physician or a certified nurse practitioner.