Sports we offer:
Track & Field
Track & Field
February 22 - B-Jamboree @ ALA
Students interested in playing sports should have signed the Sports Commitment Form either at Open House or at a meeting with a teacher. If not, please visit the school to have the student and their parent or guardian sign it. By signing the Sports Commitment Form, the students are agreeing that they will show up to every practice, listen to their coaches, and stay eligible.
When a sport is about to start, a sign-up sheet will be passed around starting with the older grades. The sheet will continue to be passed to the next grade lower until there are enough students to have a team. Please talk to your child if they signed up or are interested.
The rule in school sports is students must keep their grades up. We stress that players are student-athletes, grades come before any sport. If a student has an "F" on a Progress Report in one of the subjects, the student must sit out of that sport for a whole week.
Most of our practices are held on campus and will start immediately after school at 3:15. Practices typically last one hour. Please make sure your child has a ride home after practice or let Mr. Zeamer or the school know if something happens.
Here are the results of the tournament:
B-Team Girls were able to win all of their games at the tournament while displaying great sportsmanship.
The B-Team Boys played very hard and won 1 of their games while losing the other two.
As a school, we would like to thank Coach Harley and Mr. Mundstock for all the time they gave to the players, teaching them the game of basketball, and supporting our teams. We also thank Coach Harley for supplying snacks, Gatorade, and water for both teams.
February 28-29 - John Henderson Invitational Tournament @ Valley Christian
The A-team girls started their tournament vs. Grace Christian Academy. Despite their best efforts, they ended up losing. They rebounded from their first loss and ended up winning their next 2 games in order to finish with a Consolation Championship.
The A-team boys lost their first game to Emmanuel but came back to win their next game vs. Cross of Glory. They played a hard-fought, well-played Consolation game vs. Atonement that went to overtime, but ended up losing in overtime.
We thank Coach Danny Bylas, Coach Harley, and Miss Cody for coaching our A-teams this year, showing our students how to play the game while praising their Savior. We also thank our families and fans for supporting our B and A teams this basketball season.
Kindergarten through 2nd grade will have their own track meet at Arizona Lutheran Academy on Saturday, March 28th. The kids will be practicing their events with their teachers during Recess or P.E.
Track will be starting Monday, March 23. Practices will be from Monday-Thursday after school. These practices are for 3rd-8th grade students who signed up to come to the track meet at South Mountain High School on Saturday, April 4th.
Our school is in charge of softball throw at this track meet. We need help in order to properly run the event. We need people to shag softballs, measure the throws, and write down scores. We also need volunteers to run the tent at our meet. The tent people will be in charge of showing kids where to go, telling kids their events, supplying water and snacks, and keeping the kids out of the track