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    WINTER SPORTS REGISTRATION WILL OPEN OCT. 1

    ALL ATHLETES MUST BE REGISTERED ON-LINE THROUGH  PARENT PORTAL

    Call the guidance office if you have trouble signing onto Parent Portal

    High School Guidance- 407-9030

    Middle School Grade 7 Guidance 407-9217

    Middle School Grade 8 Guidance 407-9205

    MANDATORY PARENT MEETING FOR V/JV/FR. TEAMS NOV. 19 6:15 STARTING IN THE HS GYM

    BELOW IS THE START DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS FOR WINTER TRY-OUTS

    Sport Level Start Date Time Location
    Basketball – Boys  Varsity Nov. 5 4-6 pm HS Gym
    JV Nov. 5 6-8 pm HS Gym
    FR Nov. 5 6-8 pm HS Gym
    MB Nov. 13 4-6 pm MS N Gym
    Basketball – Girls Varsity Nov. 5 4-6 pm MS Gym
    JV Nov. 5 4-6 pm MS Gym
    MB Nov. 13 4-6 pm MS S Gym
    Bowling – Boys Varsity Nov. 6 4-6 pm  CBA
    Bowling – Girls Varsity Nov. 6 4-6 pm  CBA
    Cheerleading Varsity Nov. 7 6:30-9:30 pm HS Small Gym
    JV Nov. 7 6:30-9:30 pm HS Small Gym
    Ice Hockey – Boys  Varsity Nov. 5 6:45 am –  8:15 am NTC
       Ice Hockey Boys  JV- Contact Mr. Frank Jergens @ nfjv.org Boys JV Ice Hockey is a Club Sport
    Ice Hockey – Girls  Varsity Nov. 5 6-6:50 am NTC
    Indoor Track Varsity Nov. 19 4-6 pm HS Wellness Room
    Rifle Varsity Nov. 5 4-6 pm HS Range
    Swimming – Boys Varsity Nov. 5 4-6 pm HS Pool
    Swimming – Co-Ed MB Nov. 13 4-6 pm MS Pool
    Wrestling Varsity Nov. 5 4-6 pm HS Small Gym
    MB Nov. 13 4-6 pm MS Wrestling Room
    LOCATION KEY:        
    HS – High School
    MS – Middle School
    NTC – Northtown Center (bus will transport students to school following morning practices)
    CBA – Clarence Bowling Academy (bus will transport students to lanes for after school practices)

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