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Softball/Baseball Lions Open Gym

What: 6-12th grade Fastpitch Softball and Baseball athletes. Come knock off the rust and get in season shape!

Where: MPR

When: Every Saturday Until Season Begins Starting January 28th. 9:00-11:00AM.

Please bring gloves and appropriate athletic attire. We will have the batting cages and other training gear out for you to utilize. This is not mandatory but encouraged!

What: 6-12th grade Fastpitch Softball and Baseball athletes. Come knock off the rust and get in season shape!

Where: MPR

When: Every Saturday Until Season Begins Starting January 28th. 9:00-11:00AM.

Please bring gloves and appropriate athletic attire. We will have the batting cages and other training gear out for you to utilize. This is not mandatory but encouraged!

Middle School Winter Sports

Middle School Winter Sports (Girls Basketball, Co-ed Wrestling) are set to begin on Monday, February 6th. Please be sure to have your student athlete registered on our Athletic Registration site FinalForms. Also, every participant is required to have a current Athletic Physical Exam form on file as well. Please be sure these requirements are done in advance to avoid any delay in participation. If you have any questions please call the HS Office.

Basketball Schedule Change

Due to the weather, the basketball games tomorrow (12/21/2022) will be played at Mount Vernon Christian instead of in Concrete. The times will be the same as originally scheduled.

The basketball games that are scheduled to be played at Mount Vernon Christian on January 17, 2023 will be moved to Concrete.

Sportsmanship

Northwest A/B Sportsmanship
Examples of good sportsmanship: Examples of poor sportsmaship:
– applauding during the introduction of players – being disrespectful or derogatory toward opponents or referees
– giving verbal credit after a good play or action – refusing to shake hands or give recognition for good performances
– accepting all decisions by the officials with “class” – displaying anger that draws attention away from the game
– being positive toward own team – harassing opponents after the game outside  of the playing area (i.e. gym lobby)
– applauding at the end of the contest for both teams – distracting opponents (i.e. free throws)
– showing concern for injured players  
– shaking hands with opposing players and coaches following the game  
– encouraging surrounding people to be positive