Middle Campus Fall Sports

Aug 1, 2017 -- Posted by : admin

Good Afternoon Middle Campus Families,

I am excited for a new school year and a new athletic season. During the fall, your student can choose to participate in one of three sports: boys' soccer, girls' volleyball, and coed cross country. If your student wants to be a part of one of these teams, he or she must have a physical on file with the school prior to stepping onto any court or field. The physical form is attached to this email. You can also find schedules for the three sports attached as well. If you have any questions, please direct them to me at orrillr@arsnc.org.

Click here to download the physical form (PDF)

Here is some information specific to individual sports:

Volleyball

Hannah Ellis, a third grade teacher at the elementary campus and our girls' soccer coach, will be coaching volleyball for us. She is "thrilled to be coaching volleyball this fall."

Important dates for volleyball:

Open Gyms:

  • Tuesday, August 8th: 4-6pm
  • Thursday, August 10th: 4-6pm
  • Saturday, August 12th: 8-10 am

Tryouts:

  • Thursday August 17th: 4-6 pm
  • Friday August 18th: 4-6 pm

Click here to download the Volleyball schedule (PDF)

Questions regarding volleyball can be directed to Coach Ellis at ellish@arsnc.org.

Cross Country

Coach Fowler, our PE teacher, is returning for his 8th year coaching the cross country team. Any student interested in running on the cross country team is encouraged to join us next Monday, August 7th, at 3:30 at Mac Anderson Park for a 2-3 mile run. Please bring a water bottle and be ready for a good run.

Click here to download the Cross Country Schedule (PDF)

Questions regarding cross country can be directed to Coach Fowler at fowlert@arsnc.org

Boys' Soccer

As of the writing of this email, we have no coach for the boys' soccer team. If you are interested or know someone who may be interested, please let me know. There's a great group of young men ready to play soccer.

Click here to download the Soccer schedule (PDF)

Thank you,

Rob Orrill

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