wildcat sports Official Guide to OHHS Fall Athletics 2013
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Wildcat Fans to the 2013 OHHS Fall Athletic Season!
s we begin the 2013-14 school year, I reflect back on the generosity of the community in supporting all schools in our district and the co-curricular programs being offered. Without the generous support of the community we would not have the opportunity for students to participate in athletics, the facilities for practices and contests, safe equipment for students, qualified coaches to encourage and teach, and transportation to transport students safely to events. Support from the community, parents, students, and everyone in the district at athletic events is appreciated by coaches and students participating in our programs. In addition to the community, we owe thanks to the Wildcat Booster Club for all of its support. The booster club operates the concession stands for all athletic events with the support of parents from current and past teams as well as our Navy partners. Without these volunteers working at the concession stand and the members of the Wildcat Booster Board managing the concession stands, we would not have the financial support Nicki Luper Athletic Director needed for our student-athletes. In addition, the Wildcat Boosters generate funds from yearly memberships and advertising on the score boards in the main gym. The boosters provide funds for each team to use for equipment, uniforms, tournament fees or other needs the team may have. They provide scholarships for students in need to cover fees for participation. This past year the amount of money provided for students to participate in athletics was over $5,000. The funds raised have also helped to make large purchases for the athletic department that help many programs. Last year the Wildcat Booster Club decided to increase the amount in college scholarships they offer to graduating seniors from $1,000â€“$2,500. for deserving student-athletes to use when they begin college. It takes a large group of committed people to make the Wildcat Booster Club successful. If you would like to help the booster club please contact the OHHS Athletic Office and we will provide you with the contact information. We have many people who volunteer their time to assist at events throughout the school year. Our announcers and score board operators for every event we host are all volunteers. We have many parents volunteer their time to keep statistics or score books for teams. All of the people who work track meets volunteer their time whether it is windy, raining or sunshineâ€“they are there. Many parents of present and former Wildcats support our teams in various ways, and without their continued support our students would not have the opportunities that they do. I am very fortunate to work in a school district and community that provides a tremendous amount of support to our students. On behalf of the coaches and students at OHHS, thank you to all of you who have supported our students and coaches over the years and continue to support Wildcat athletic teams. To those of you who want to get involved, we welcome you; please contact the OHHS Athletic Office (360-279-5850) and we will help you get in contact with the right people.
Nicki Luper Thank you for all of your support!
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The Western Conference, Oak Harbor High School's athletic league, recently set ticket prices for the 2013-14 school year. The admission price for adults and students without Associated Student Body cards is $6 for regular season varsity basketball, football, soccer, volleyball and wrestling events. For visiting students with ASB cards, senior citizens (62 and older), middle school students with school identification cards and children (K-5 with paid adult), the admission price is $3. Admission will be charged at all subvarsity contests immediately preceding varsity contests. This includes ninth grade contests played concurrently with junior varsity contests.
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swim&dive meet schedule
DAY Date Thurs. Sept. 12 Thurs. Sept. 17 Thurs. Sept. 19 Thurs. Sept. 19 Mon. Sept. 23 Sat. Sept. 28 Sat. Sept. 28 Mon. Sept. 30 Mon. Sept. 30 Thurs. Oct. 3 Tues. Oct. 8 Mon. Oct. 14 Mon. Oct. 21 Sat. Oct. 26 Wed. Nov. 6 Thurs. Nov. 7 Sat. Nov. 9 TBD
OPPONENT SITE TIME N. Division Jamboree Marysville-Pilchuck High School 3:00 p.m. Lake Stevens Lake Stevens High School 3:15 p.m. Marysville Getchell Marysville-Pilchuck High School 2:45 p.m. Marysville-Pilchuck Marysville-Pilchuck High School 2:45 p.m. Stanwood OH - Vanderzicht Pool 6 p.m. District Dive Marysville-Pilchuck High School 10 a.m. Mercer Island OH - Vanderzicht Pool 2:45 p.m. Snohomish OH - Vanderzicht Pool 6 p.m. Glacier Peak OH - Vanderzicht Pool 6 p.m. Mount Vernon Skagit YMCA Pool 2:30 p.m. Everett Forest Park Pool 2:30 p.m. Cascade OH - Vanderzicht Pool 6 p.m. Monroe OH - Vanderzicht Pool 6 p.m. District Dive Qualifier Mariner High School 10 a.m. District Dive Mariner 4 p.m. 3A District Prelims Marysville-Pilchuck High School 5 p.m. 3A District Finals Marysville-Pilchuck High School 11:00 a.m. State Swim/Dive @ King County Aquatics Center - Federal Way
Front row, left to right: Sarah Baxter, Tricia Desquitado, Irysh Concepcion, Sophia Dickinson, Mariel Empinado. Second row, left to right: Danae Nash, Nicole Vogt, Zena Husler, Alli Hoffmire, Ria Bains. Third row, left to right: Mollie Briddell, Fiona Strong, Elizabeth Brooks, Elise Still, Erica Sugatan, Sydney Dickinson, Kyla Bernardo. Back row, left to right: Marissa Morris, Zoeann Bassett, Brianna Koorn, Caitlin Lundy, Terra Baird. Not Pictured: Bianca Blake, Maddy Harstad, Leah Lukban, Frankie Ratka, Kennedy Trisler.
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his is my first season with the girls and I am excited to work with them. If this team is like girls teams that I have coached in the past, we should have a fun and successful season. We have a good group of returning girls and many of them already have some good goals in mind. As a team they seem to work together really well as we have a good variety of swimmers. I have high hopes for this season and it should be fun to watch.
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tennis game schedule DAY Date OPPONENT SITE TIME Wed. Sept. 11 Lake Stevens Oak Harbor High School 3:30 p.m. Fri. Sept. 13 Mountlake Terrace Oak Harbor High School 3:30 p.m. Mon. Sept. 16 Stanwood Stanwood High School 3:30 p.m. Weds. Sept. 18 Everett Oak Harbor High School 3:30 p.m. Thurs. Sept. 19 Marysville Getchell Oak Harbor High School 3:30 p.m. Mon. Sept. 23 Mount Vernon Oak Harbor High School 3:30 p.m. Weds. Sept. 25 Marysville-Pilchuck Totem Middle School 3:30 p.m. Thurs. Sept. 26 Shorewood Shorewood High School 3:30 p.m. Mon. Sept. 30 Meadowdale Oak Harbor High School 3:30 p.m. Weds. Oct. 2 Glacier Peak Oak Harbor High School 3:30 p.m. Thurs. Oct. 3 Mountlake Terrace Mountlake Terrace High School 3:30 p.m. Mon. Oct. 7 Stanwood Oak Harbor High School 3:30 p.m. Weds. Oct. 9 Everett Clark Park 3:30 p.m. Weds. Oct. 10 Marysville Getchell Marysville Getchell High School 3:30 p.m. Mon. Oct. 14 Shorecrest Kellogg Middle School 3:30 p.m. Weds. Oct. 16 Marysville-Pilchuck Oak Harbor High School 3:30 p.m. Post Season (for qualifiers) 1:00 p.m. Tues. Oct. 22-23 3A North Division Tourn Stanwood High School Tues. Oct. 29-30 3A District Tournament Glacier Peak High School 1:00 p.m.
Front row, left to right: Kyle Martin, Harrison Miller, Jose Dimaculangan, Casiano Atienza, Jared Hunt, Isaac Deleon, Raymond Paraiso. Second row, left to right: Jacob Nelson, Carter Saar, Jozef Mendoza, Tom Dale, Jackson Wezeman, Max Van Dam, coach Horace Mells.. Not Pictured: Calib Byers
ith seven returning varsity players, four competitive former JV players and one experienced freshman we are hoping to improve on our 5-11 win-loss record from last season and finish as one of the top teams in the North Division -Coach Mells
game•set•match Scoring • Each tennis match is made up of two to three sets. To win a set, you must win at least six games. • The games are scored starting at “love” (or zero) and going up to 40, but that’s actually just three points. From love, the first point is 15, then 30, then 40, which wins the game. DEUCE When two competing sides are tied at “40” in a game. Because a game must be won by two points, play continues from deuce until one player leads by a margin of two points.
[ junior varsity ] Front row, left to right: Manager Caterina Amsler, Jhon Dimaculangan, Eric Jensen, Andrew Snyder, Jae-Kyung Kwak, Nathan Magdalera, Jermin Abides, Sid Thomas Back row, left to right: Coach Mark Strohschein, Joseph Cortez, Jared Alano-Gray, Toren Wood, Shinzo Higashiyama, Christopher Stolmeier, Aaron Skiff, Gregory Johnson, Matthew Hallaham, manager Hope Drager. Not pictured: Alexander Smith
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Front row, left to right: AnnaBelle Whitefoot, Deanna Ruben, Kenna Prosch, Hailey Beecher, Natalie McVey, Aubrey Lock. Back row, left to right: Kimberly Forster (manager), Hannah Gluth, Kaylee Lamb, Kayleigh Harper, Makenna Martyn, Claire Anderson, Amelia Berner, coach Kerri Molitor.
game schedule DAY Date OPPONENT Sat. Sept. 7 OHHS Jamboree Tues. Sept. 10 Burlington-Edison Thurs. Sept. 12 Mount Vernon Sat. Sept. 14 Lynden Tournament Tues. Sept. 17 Stanwood Mon. Sept. 23 Arlington Tues. Sept. 24 Snohomish Tues. Oct. 1 Shorewood Thurs. Oct. 3 Shorecrest Tues. Oct. 8 Mountlake Terrace Thurs. Oct. 10 Glacier Peak Sat. Oct. 12 Wenatchee Invite Tues. Oct. 15 Meadowdale Thurs. Oct. 17 Stanwood Tues. Oct. 22 Everett Thurs. Oct. 24 Marysville Getchell Weds. Oct. 30 Marysville-Pilchuck Post Season TBD
SITE TIME Oak Harbor High School 9:00 a.m. Oak Harbor High School 7:00 p.m. Mount Vernon High School 7:00 p.m. Lynden High School 8 a.m. Oak Harbor High School 7:00 p.m. Arlington High School 7:00 p.m. Snohomish High School 7:00 p.m. Oak Harbor High School 7:00 p.m. Shorecrest High School 7:00 p.m. Oak Harbor High School 7:00 p.m. Oak Harbor High School 7:00 p.m. Wenatchee High School 8:30 a.m. Meadowdale High School 7:00 p.m. Stanwood High School 7:00 p.m. Oak Harbor High School 7:00 p.m. Oak Harbor High School 7:00 p.m. Marysville-Pilchuck High School 7:00 p.m. TBD
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am very excited for our upcoming season. The girls have worked hard in the off-season and have come in with determined attitudes and high goals. They are working together and challenging each other every day. We continue to have a strong offense, with a defense that will prove to be frustrating to our opponents. We strive to be disciplined. Pete Carroll said, "If my players work hard every day, then they won't have to worry about game plans, or where they play, or whom they play, or about rankings and so on. They will have their daily behavior--their discipline--to fall back on." We play hard and give it our best effort all the time. I can't ask for much more!
Front row, left to right: Janae Payne, Laura Anderson, Sydney White, Priya Osborne, Stephanie Kolden, Victoria Ennis. Back row, left to right: Coach Dan Potter, Kimberly Forster (manager), Geslynne Barreta, Michaila Dasch, Brianna Barrailler, Samantha Walter, Hannah Faught, Krimson Rector, Krista Alamo (manager).
Front row, left to right: Dana Cornejo, Ashley Admire, Shamel Leask, Maya Krantz, Kristen Pagala, Virginia Black, Kyanna Prosch. Back row, left to right: Kimberly Forster (manager), Colby Smith, Alisia Rojas, Lauren May, Juliann Jansen, Chloe Stowell, Alexis Malmkar, Leah Westhof, coach Rick Swankie.
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football game schedule DAY Date Fri. Sept. 6 Fri. Sept. 13 Fri. Sept. 20 Fri. Sept. 27 Fri. Oct. 4 Fri. Oct. 11 Fri. Oct. 18 Fri. Oct. 25 Post Season
OPPONENT Snohomish Arlington Lake Stevens Everett Stanwood Mount Vernon Marysville Getchell Marysville-Pilchuck 3A Seeding Games
SITE TIME Snohomish High School 7 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 7 p.m. Lake Stevens High School 7 p.m. Everett Memorial 7 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 7 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 7 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 7 p.m. Marysville-Pilchuck High School 7 p.m. TBD TBD
See TEAM ROSTER ON PAGE 12 Head coach JAY TURNER
e are all excited for another year of Oak Harbor football. This year there are lots of new faces playing as we graduated 41 seniors off of last year's team. While we may be young, we do have a number of returning starters on the offensive line: Tyler Adamson, Jackson Constant, Matt Zafra, Ray Quinday and Troy Sturdevant. The only returning starter from the skill positions is Sheyenne Sams. Defensively we return Tyler Adamson and Rees Matilla from the line, Troy Sturdevant and Julian Faralan at Continued on pg 11
Freshmen Front row, left to right: Codie Lynch, Joseph Field, Jeremy Mitchell, Trevor Vaughn, Jomar Perez, Brett Caveness, Josh McKenzie. Middle row, left to right: Noah Marshall, Eriq Boler, Justin Ellison, Camron Robards, John Long, Timothy Smith, Dominic Dausey. Back row, left to right: D'Andre Bellamy, Collin Nickols, Princeton Lollar, Nick Rude, Brycin McIntyre, Sam Zook, Nathan Mecom, Donovan Farar.
linebacker, and Sheyenne Sams and Nate Stanford from the defensive backfield. The Wesco 3A league should be very competitive this year. Marysville-Pilchuck is the clear favorite as they return a number
of very talented players. They have one of the top-rated running backs in the state as well as a highly recruited quarterback. Marysville Getchell continues to improve every year and has one of the top defensive linemen in
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Varsity/JV Football Team Roster 2013 Season: Away/Home Name
Position Ht Wt. Gr.
1 1 Adam Johnson WR/DB 6'0" 175 2 2 Alex Reed RB/DB 5'4" 120 3 3 Tanner Walker RB/LB 6'1" 175 4 4 Stephen Dixon QB/DB 5'11" 175 5 5 Isaiah Rennes RB/DB 5'10" 160 6 6 Josiah Welch RB/DB 5'11" 145 7 7 Clay Doughty QB 6'1" 165 8 8 Nate Stanford WR/DB 5'10" 160 10 10 Carlton Johnson RB/DB 5'5" 145 11 11 Diangelo McKinney RB/DB 5'9" 130 12 12 Mike Laningham QB/LB 6'0" 200 13 13 Keenan Davila WR/DB 6'0" 145 15 15 Tyler Snavely QB/DB 6'0" 145 16 16 Steven Timm WR/DB 5'7" 165 18 18 Savion Hollins- RB/DB 5'8" 140 Passmore 20 20 JJ Johnson RB/LB 5'7" 150 21 21 Dejon Devroe RB/DB 5'10" 150 22 22 Dyllan Harris WR/DB 6'1" 170 23 23 Fred Miller RB/DB 5'10" 145 24 24 Quinn Karney RB/LB 5'8" 150 25 25 Avery Aguirre RB/DB 5'9" 155 28 28 Zach Jones RB/DB 5'10" 185 30 30 Ryan Valencia RB/LB 5'7" 160 31 31 Kekai Tarrant RB/LB 5'8" 170 32 32 Chris Humphries RB/LB 5'9" 190 33 33 Julian Faralan RB/LB 5'8" 155 34 34 Gage Eccleston RB/LB 5'11" 180 35 35 Sheynne Sams RB/DB 5'8" 170 36 36 Phillip Shelby RB/LB 5'6" 140 37 37 Troy Sturdevant TE/LB 5'11" 200 38 38 Dallas Brodt RB/LB 5'7" 155 39 39 Nick Royek WR/DB 6'1" 160 40 40 Justin Fleming WR/DB 5'2" 115
wildcat staff Superintendent Dr. Lance Gibbon Principal: Dwight Lundstrom Asst. Principals: Ray Cone Raenette Wood Sandee Oehring
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Position Ht Wt. Gr.
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TE/DE TE/DE G/DL G/DT G/LB G/LB G/LB/K T/DT T/DT T/DT T/DT C/LB G/DL G/LB G/DT C/DT C/DT T/DT T/DT T/DT G/DT T/DT T/DT T/DT C/LB T/DT WR/DB TE/DE WR/DB WR/DB TE/LB TE/DL TE/DL
Athletic Director: Nicki Luper Cheer Advisor : Crista Carlson Maddison Nuqui Athletic Trainer: Trevor Reed Head Coach: Jay Turner
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Alex DeShong Rhys Mattila Eli Olson Dylan Crogan Ray Quinday Cameron Rector Mark Johnston Tyler Adamson Powell Tarrant August Vogelman Blaine Coleman Zoren Yabao Koby Cosper Marty Ulam Ford Orns Matt Zafra Zach Perry Connor Parmenter Jake Sturdevant Matt Molitor Jackson Constant Hudson Pamplin Cooper Stone Joe Ethridge Ryan Cuajunco Tommy Molitor Anthony Alexander Ben Danielson Alex Waner Taylor Kolste Shane Huttula Tyler Dodd Desmond Bell
Assistant Coaches: Mike Fisher Brett McLeod Craig Nurvic Peter Esvelt Matt Wilcox Jon Atkins Mike Scrivner Tom Mueller Eric Marshall Ted Houck Brian Farmer
6'0" 155 6'2" 205 6'0" 185 5'9" 195 5'11" 215 5'8" 165 5'10" 160 6'5" 235 6'1" 230 6'0" 213 6'3" 215 5'6" 160 5'9" 170 6'0" 175 5'10" 230 5'10" 200 6'2" 240 6'2" 195 6'2" 220 6'1" 195 5'11' 255 5'10" 190 5'9" 175 6'1" 265 5'10" 215 5'11" 245 6'0" 175 6'1" 180 6'1" 165 5'6" 135 6'2" 175 6'1" 165 5'8" 185 Booth Crew: Jay Long Maynard Bos Suzie Long Bryon Bos Chain Gang: Dick Fakkema Hap Fakkema Dale Fakkema Cory Fakkema Rick Fakkema Alan Fakkema Dave Zylstra
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DAY Date Tues. Sept. 10 Thurs. Sept. 12 Sat. Sept. 14 Thurs. Sept. 19 Tues. Sept. 24 Thurs. Sept. 26 Tues. Oct. 1 Thurs. Oct. 3 Tues. Oct. 8 Thurs. Oct. 10 Tues. Oct. 15 Thurs. Oct. 17 Tues. Oct. 22 Thurs. Oct. 24 Mon. Oct. 28 Weds. Oct. 30
OPPONENT South Whidbey Coupeville Mount Vernon Marysville-Pilchuck Marysville Getchell Everett Stanwood Shorecrest Meadowdale Shorewood Mountlake Terrace Glacier Peak Marysville-Pilchuck Marysville Getchell Everett Stanwood
SITE TIME South Whidbey High School 6:00 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 6:00 p.m. Mount Vernon High School 11:00 a.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 7:30 p.m. Marysville Getchell High School 7:30 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 7:30 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 7:30 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 7:30 p.m. Edmonds Stadium 7:30 p.m. Shoreline Stadium 7:30 p.m. Lynnwood High School 7:30 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 7:30 p.m. Marysville-Pilchuck High School 7:30 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium 7:30 p.m. Lincoln Field 7:00 p.m. Stanwood High School 6:30 p.m.
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Varsity Front row, left to right: Lauryn Plush, Nalani Gabbert, Paige Waterman, Rebecca Pabona, Vivien Valles, Jennifer Turnek, Kyndra Sherman, Amy Van Kouten.
Back row, left to right: Ayla Muller, Makenzie Perry, Chelsea Atkinson, Hailey Lundstrom, Faith Franssen, Morgan Zylstra, Alyssa Eden, Alyssa Cross, Bailee Olson, Jacalyn Hefflefinger
hanks for coming out to support your Lady Wildcats this fall. We're excited to get this group of young ladies back out on the field. Not only do we come into this season with a solid group of returning upperclassmen, but we are looking forward to the skills and experience within the incoming freshmen. The number of our girls playing soccer year round has grown which will hopefully take us to a higher level of competition. One of my fundamentals as a coach is the importance of coming in to a season already in shape, keeping your feet on the ball in the off season. We will focus on the team as a whole, not just individual players, and, in so doing, build from the ground up. We must stay healthy, avoid injuries and use each game as an opportunity to adapt and challenge our training and competition.
I have the opportunity to work with Brian Thompson as our program's returning junior varsity coach. Coach Thompson brings with him the experience of high school coaching and solid understanding of the game. Together we will continue our focus on skills and training. We look forward to this upcoming year. See you on the pitch! -Coach Mike Lonborg
Junior Varsity Front row, left to right: Lydia Peplinski, Karleigh Lamar, Taylor Halverson, Courtney Coker, Emma Lerch, Cloe Amsler, Gabrielle Chavez, Bailee Cowan. Back row, left to right: Kayla Roy, Kyra McConaghy, Taylor Edwards, Kristen Perry, Emily Brown, Natalie Merrill, Ebony Campbell, Gillian Crossley, Matti Meisle, Allyson Henry, Haily Erbe.
Boys Team Shown from left to right, First row: Daniel Ross, Will Stuntz, Austin Hauter, Alex Hartley, Scot Eriksen, William Nicholson, Lucas Nicholson, Garrett Stahl. Second row: Mathew Nortier, Logan Lawhon, Logan Clark, John Rodeheffer, Jon Dix, Nathan Richardson, Josh Margraf, Nathan Wagner. Third row: Stevie Hall, Sebastian Ceaser, Seth Gluth, Clay Richardson, Nathan Larsen, Thomas O'Brien, Patrick Abercrombie, Tristin Mirabal. Fourth row: Alex Berry, Alex Yonkman, Steven Miller, Dakota Powers, Brendan Bristow, David Nuanez, Ziwei Peng, Caleb Peek. Back row: Steven Ross, Connor Blakely, Derek Volk.
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Front row, left to right: Suzanne Kaltenbach, Crystal Titzkowski, Erina Horikawa, Lydia Daily, Carly Hall, Jackie Dejesus, Natalie Fiuallos. Middle row, left to right: Margeret Daily, Elyssa Nortier, Kaitlyn Chelberg, Sierra Seabolt, Nikki Blanchard, Sydney Ericksen, Marisa Sligh. Back row, left to right: Jonalynn Horn, Laura Rodeheffer, Carly Crowther, Rachel Crowther, Megan Knott, Alex Laiblin, Alisa Meany, Alex Higgins.
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[boys & girls XC]
meet schedule DAY Date
Sehome Invitational Civic Stadium
Thurs. Sept. 19
Thurs. Sept. 26
Thurs. Oct. 3
Oak Harbor (host)
Home - Windjammer Park
Thurs. Oct. 10
Hole In the Wall Invitational Lakewood High School 10:00 a.m.
Stanwood High School
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ur teams are looking good with a combination of key returners as well as promising newcomers on both the boys and girls side. We’re hoping to return both teams to state again this year and have a great season.
Clap your hands, and stomp your feet– no matter the sport the ’Cats can’t be beat!
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Front row, left to right: Hailey Williamson, Marianne Landingin, Candis Aborqui, Zoe White, Meghan Gronbach. Back row, left to right: Shaniya Murphy, Jessica Aguilar, Jacklyn Curtis, Gina Jaeger, Sarah Bellis, Sydney Prevost, Juliet Aspery.
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the ABC’s of sportsmanship Accept and abide by the decisions of sports officials. Be a good host to opponents and treat them as guests. Cooperate with the coach, players and cheerleaders to promote good sportsmanship. Do unto others as you would have do unto you. Encourage your players to play hard and fair. Follow the rules of the contest at all times. Good sportsmanship is the “Golden Rule” in action. Hold assemblies before a contest to encourage students’ proper conduct. Intervene to let others know that ethnic, disability or sexist jokes, racial or religious slurs, taunting, trash talk and intimidating behavior will NOT be tolerated. Judgment calls by officials are not subject to question or discussion. Know, understand, and appreciate the rules of the contest. Lose without excuses; win without boasting. Model language and behavior that is unbiased and inclusive of individuals regardless of ethnicity, race, religion, sex or disability. Never criticize players or coaches for the loss of a game. Opposing coaches, participants, cheerleaders and fans must be respected at all times. Provide opportunities to remind student and adult spectators to uphold standards of sportsmanship. Questioning an official’s call or making negative comments is unacceptable behavior. Recognize and show appreciation for an outstanding play. Shake hands with opponents prior to the contest and wish them good luck. Teach sportsmanship and demand players be good sports. Use cheerleaders, pep groups and other student leaders to develop sportsmanship programs. Victory celebrations and unscheduled game rallies should not be permitted at school. Work cooperatively with officials. eXercise self-control and be good example for players and fans. Yelling, booing or heckling an official’s decision is unacceptable. Zero in on sportsmanship – it’s priority NUMBER ONE.
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