Athletics

 
 
Student Guidelines
Sports Physical Form Participation Form
Concussion Form

Sports by Season and Grade Level

Fall

Early Winter

Late Winter

Early Spring

6, 7, 8 Cross Country
7, 8 Boys Basketball
6, 7, 8 Boys Wrestling
6, 7, 8 Track & Field
7, 8 Girls Basketball
7, 8 Cheer Team
6, 7, 8 Bowling
7, 8 Girls Softball
7, 8 Boys Soccer
7, 8 DanceTeam
7, 8 Boys Volleyball
7, 8 Girls Soccer
7, 8 Golf
7, 8 Girls Volleyball



 
 
Sport Sponsor(s) Meeting Participation
In Season
Bowling
Thursdays All students
Jan.-March
Boys Basketball
8th Grade
David Larrabee (Red)
Joe Boscarino (White)
M,T,Th,F Tryouts in October Oct.-Dec.
Boys Basketball 7th Grade
Brian Splinter (Red)
Karen Kraus
(White)
M,T,Th,F Tryouts in October
Oct.-Dec.
Boys Soccer Mike Holmes M,T,Th,F 7/8 Boys
Tryouts in August
Aug.-Oct.    
Boys Track & Field Monica Shore
Tyler Sinclair
M,T,Th,F
All students welcome
March-May
Boys Volleyball Justin Gordon
Jenna Mychko
M,T,Th,F
7/8 Boys
Tryouts in Dec./Jan

Dec.-March
Boys/Girls Cross Country Aubrey Abboreno
M,T,Th,F
All student welcome
Info meeting in Aug.
Aug.-Oct.
Cheerleading Suzanne Deck
Nicole Davila
M.T,Th, some Fri.
7th/8th Grade
Tryouts in Sept.
Sept.-Jan.
Dance Team

Alejandra Vazquez
M,T,Th
7th/8th Grade
Tryous in Oct.

Oct.-Dec.
Girls Basketball
8th Grade
Karen Kraus (Red)
David Larrabee (White)
M,T,Th,F
8th Grade
Tryouts in Aug.

Sept.-Oct.
Girls Basketball
7th Grade
Heather Bressett
John Quinlan(White)
M,T,Th,F

7th Grade
Tryout in Aug.

Aug.-Oct.
Girls Soccer Karen Kraus M,T,Th,F
7th/8th Grad
Tryouts 3/11, 3/13, 3/14, 3/17
March-May
Girls Softball
Jaclyn Sheldon
M,T,Th,F
7th/8th Grade
Tryouts 3/11, 3/13, 3/14, 3/17
March-May
Girls Track & FieldAshley Storm
Mike Holmes
M,T,Th,F
All student welcome March-May
Girls VolleyballMeagan Stass
Brian Buesing

M,T,Th,F
7th/8th Grade
Tryouts in Dec.
Dec.-March
Golf Team Will Bentley
7th/8th Grade
Tryouts in Aug.
Aug.-Sept.
Wrestling Gary Rizzio
Tim Kramer
M,T,Th,F
All students welcome Jan.-Mar.

PHILOSOPHY
Barrington Middle School offers a variety of athletic and non-athletic school activities through our interscholastic and intramural programs.

We highly encourage all students to participate in these activities…

“BE A PART…BY TAKING PART!”

The aim of our co-curricular program is to provide school related, age appropriate activities as an extension of the curricular program. We believe there are valuable lessons to be learned through well supervised and well organized competitive and noncompetitive school related activities. These activities extend classroom learning and help prepare students for life.

As members of the Suburban Middle School Conference, we adhere to the belief that the intent of our programs is to provide maximum opportunities for students to participate in a variety of co-curricular activities with schools that also share this philosophy and understanding,

This conference emphasizes the child’s needs. Our desire is for the student to participate, develop skills, and build confidence in one self. Our focus is in maximum participation and not end of year standings. Within limited (cut) sports, winning at the cost of maximum participation runs contrary to the belief of this conference. Each schools administrators / athletic directors are responsible for instilling this belief within their
coaching staff. Every eligible team member will have the opportunity to participate in every regular season contest within limited (cut) sports.

Finally, all participants involved in the Suburban Middle School Conference from coaches, to students, administrators, teachers and parents support and demonstrate good sportsmanship. Nothing less is expected of the fans who attend our games and activities. It is an expectation that all involved will represent their school and the conference by demonstrating good sportsmanship by cheering on their and players and recognizing good performance by others.

PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT
The philosophy of the Suburban Middle School Conference is to provide maximum opportunities for participation in a variety of co-curricular activities with schools that share common middle school beliefs.

COMMITMENT RATIONALE
1. Academic Achievement
  • SMSC provides and continues to pursue competitive activities with an academic focus. Current areas include scholastic bowl and participation in a conference spelling bee.
2. Geographic Advantage
  • Travel time to any member school within the conference is a consideration for membership.
3. Four-season Schedule
  • Relieves building facility use and allows space and time for intramural use. *Allows for an increase in participation. With this increase in participation, more students are being impacted in the areas of skill development and developing a greater self-esteem. This leads to further involvement in High School activities.
4. Conference emphasis
  • FOCUS STATEMENT This conference emphasizes the child’s needs. Our desire is for the student to participate, develop skills, and build confidence in one self. Our focus is in maximum participation and not end of the year standings. Within limited (cut) sports, winning at the cost of maximum participation runs contrary to the belief of this conference. Each schools administrators/athletic directors are responsible for instilling this belief within their coaching staff. Every eligible team member will have the opportunity to participate in every regular season contest within limited (cut) sports.
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