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Athletics

 

All Saints offers a variety of athletic experiences for our students including cross-country, soccer, volleyball, boys and girls basketball, girls softball, golf, track and tennis. We participate in Diocese of Beaumont Sports League (DBSL) athletic competitions and have received a number of awards throughout the years.

Cross Country is a co-ed sport and preparation includes daily training during gym class and every Wednesday after school during the season.  Cross Country meets are held in surrounding cities on Saturday mornings beginning August 27.  If you have the endurance and desire to run two miles for speed and time, the Cross Country team may be for you.  Interested students are to meet with Mr. Thornton

Volleyball is for girls only and commitments include daily practices.  Games are on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting September 6th, at 4:15p.m. with weekend tournaments scheduled for September 10th & 11th , September 17th & 18th , and October 7th & 8th. The number of team members is limited; therefore a tryout process is necessary to give a fair opportunity to all girls interested in playing volleyball. Coach Sherman will have two teams, “A” & “B”.  Girls in the eighth grade are only eligible to tryout for a position on the “A” team whereas girls in the sixth or seventh grade may be selected for either “A” or “B”.  

Soccer is a co-ed sport. Coaches emphasize skills and teamwork. Hard work is rewarded. Games are on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting September 1st at 4:00 p.m.

 

Athletic Code of Conduct

Diocese of Beaumont Sports League (DBSL) Rules:

  • We expect the participants and spectators at athletic competitions to be examples of Christian behavior to accept the judgment of the officials at the games, and to keep the competitive activities in proper perspective.
  • We expect the players to serve as positive examples of self-control and self-discipline.
  • We expect coaches to earn the respect of athletes, other coaches, and game officials in the positive way they teach in their programs.
  • We expect cheerleaders, students and spectators to keep all cheers positive and directed toward generating enthusiasm instead of criticizing the opposite team.
  • We expect participants, students, parents, and other spectators to support us in our efforts toward attaining excellence in our program by cooperating with all regulations as well as the Athletic Code of Conduct.

Athletic Eligibility

All Saints eligibility requirements are as follows:

  • An average grade of 74 or below in any subject will render a student academically ineligible for play. At Progress Report time, a grade of 75 or above may reinstate the student to eligibility if he/she is in good standing with teachers.
  • A conduct grade of one N on a report card will result in suspension for one game; two N’s or one U will result in suspension for four and one-half weeks of play. Two or more U’s in the same grading period will result in removal from the team for the remainder of the season.

For any questions regarding your child’s eligibility status or rules of eligibility please contact Coach Chris Sherman, Athletic Director at 892-1755 ext. 113.