SPRING Sports Registration Meeting Info and Start of the Spring Season!!!
Attention all athletes interested in a spring sport:
· Registration for spring sports can be done online at www.letsgohuskies.com (under 'More' click the registration tab)
· The preseason registration meeting and spring sports team meetings will be held on Monday, March 4th at 6:30pm in the HS/MS Auditorium.
· Families with any questions about registering for a school sport or to find a coach's contact info should visit the www.letsgohuskies.com website.
· All athletes need a sports qualifying physical from within the last three years to register for a sport.
Spring sports for high school athletes include: boys and girls lacrosse, boys and girls golf, boys tennis, boys and girls track and field, softball, and baseball.
Middle School athletes (7th and 8th grade only) are eligible to participate in the following spring HS sports offerings: lacrosse (8th grade only for girls), softball, boys tennis, and boys and girls golf.
MS athletes in grades 6-8 are eligible for MS track and field, hosted at SAMS.
If you have questions about any of the information listed above please contact the Athletic and Activities Assistant, Patrick Tschida, directly. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 612-706-1103.
Boys' Soccer Apparel Information Hi everyone,
Here is the optional player and parent apparel information and the tryout/practice apparel information. Please be sure to note the due by date. This will likely be the only order due to our short season and the time it takes to get the apparel. These are firm dates. Please don't put it off.
The optional player and parent order is due no later than (NLT) 22 JUL. Note that if you don't have a warm up they are on this site. The socks are on here as well. Please be sure to order your socks.
The tryout/practice ap...
Initial Information for Boys 2019 High School Soccer Hello All,
This is the first communication for parents and players for the fall 2019 Boys HS soccer program at St Anthony. I want to make sure a number of things are covered and information is put out early.
History: This is our 3rd season as a stand-alone program. There have been growing pains, some high points and a few low points. Overall, I believe the program is going in the right direction. Our record improved as did the play. Most of the bugs are worked out of the program, however, we still have a few to get ironed out and that is the goal this season.
Expectations: My goal is to pass on the love of the sport and to prepare the players for the challenges of what comes after high school and what it takes to be a productive member of society. I fully support all the players and all the teams and consider us one program. I expect the players to be on time and to put forth maximum effort at all events. I also expect the players to talk to their respective coaches if there is an issue. In the same theme, I expect parents to come to me only if the situation was not satisfactorily resolved. We only talk about the respective player and will not discuss other players. I have no problem talking to any parent but if there is an issue it needs to be addressed to the proper coach first. Please show the coaches the respect they have earned and give them an opportunity to address the issue.
Communication: This has been an ongoing issue. Some parents are getting all the information and some are not. Last year we attempted to post information on the school web site, Team Snap and Groupme, e-mails, and by telling and reminding the players. This year there will be 2 primary ways for parents to get information, the web site and by e-mail. Groupme and Team Snap are for players and coaches to maintain contact with each other and for information that is time sensitive like location changes etc. Groupme will be the way the players will communicate until teams are selected. Team Snap will be primary once teams are selected. If there is a message for the players of the program it will be on Groupme. Parents are welcome to be on these sites, but the primary users are the players. It is your responsibility to check the high school website and your e mail for information https://www.letsgohuskies.com .
Fundraising: In the past, there has been an incredible lack of participation by the players, and it will change. This is a necessary part of playing high school sports. It is not fair that some kids do the work and others receive the benefits. I fully expect the assistance of parents to ensure your player is attending the fundraisers. This year we will be trying a different fundraiser. It is selling a coupon type flyer. It has about 16 various cards that can be used all year and will cost $20. We will sell this as a program during the same time. The date is likely 17th of AUG, Saturday, but that is not for sure yet. There will be prizes both cash and items for meeting various goals. The other fundraiser is our annual summer camp for young kids and is mandatory for all seniors.
Tryouts: Tryouts will start the 12th of AUG from 9-11 and 12:30-2 at the National Sports Center in Blaine. Please see calendar for specifics. There will be a bus from the high school to-and-from Blaine the week we practice there. It is scheduled to pick up from SAVHS at 8 am and will drop off at SAVHS sometime around 2:45. We will likely announce teams on the 14th of AUG, Wednesday, after the second practice.
Teams and cut policy: We will have 3 teams, varsity, JV, and C squad. The varsity team will have about 16 players on it. The other two will be around 18. The C squad will be made up of primarily 7th and 8th graders with a few 9th graders. We believe it is an amazing opportunity for these players to be part of the high school program. They are our future, not an afterthought. They will be better prepared the more exposure to the program and better competition they get. They will have an opportunity to make one of the other two teams, but they must perform at the appropriate level. Per school policy 9th graders cannot be cut and 12th graders cannot play on lower level teams. No spot is guaranteed. A senior will have to make the varsity team to play, and if they make the varsity team it is because they have earned a spot.
Duluth: The Duluth trip is planned. The dates are the 21st and 22nd of AUG, Wednesday and Thursday. We have some quotes and are waiting on some more for the busses. The price will be communicated as soon as we have it. This is for varsity and JV. We will be taking two buses this year, one for us and one for the girls. The buses will tentatively leave at 5 am on Wednesday and return after the last game on Thursday. We will be staying at the Suites Hotel in Duluth. The games are similar to last year. We scrimmage on Wednesday. and then play Mesabi East on Thursday. Our JV will play a varsity game against Two Harbors for the second game. While this isn’t optimum, it is an opportunity to get things organized before we go into the season. I will continue to work on getting one of the Duluth teams or Hibbing to play so both teams get 3 games, but the other schools haven’t had spots.&nbs...
Tentative 2019 Boys Soccer schedule Hi all. Soccer is already getting close.
Here is the tentative schedule for the boys soccer program 2019.
Stay tuned for a note from the coach in the next few days with important information
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