Athletics

Athletics

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Athletic Director

Sadie Mirick

smirick@yorkschools.org

207.363.4214

Josh Mirick

jmirick@yorkschools.org

207.475.6561

YSD Athletics -RankOne INFORMATION


YMS Fall Athletics

Soccer (Girls and Boys) - Grades 7 & 8

Field Hockey (Girls) - Grades 7 & 8

Cross Country (Boys and Girls) - Grades 6, 7, 8

All students who participate on an athletic team that travels must produce a current physical in order to participate on that team. Physicals expire one year from the date that it was conducted, and must be re-submitted before the student athlete can resume playing on the team. All students must have an Emergency Form completed (left).

Fall Athletics Descriptions

Start at the beginning of the school year and run through the end of October.

Cross Country

Cross Country is open to all students in grades 6, 7 and 8. Students have practice 3 or 4 days a week and a meet once a week. The meets are a mile and a half. Students that choose to participate in cross country will need to have a pair of running sneakers and a water bottle.

Field Hockey

Is open to girls in 6th (if we have low numbers in 7th grade), 7th and 8th grade. Practices are held daily at the middle school with games two days a week once the season starts. Girls choosing to participate in field hockey will need the following supplies: goggles, shin pads, cleats, mouthpiece, a field hockey stick, dark blue socks and a water bottle.

Soccer

We currently have 4 soccer teams at YMS. We have a 7th grade boys team, 7th grade girls team, 8th grade boys team and an 8th grade girls team. Practices and games are held behind Village Elementary School. The student athletes that make the team will have practices 4 or 5 days a week and games two days a week once the season starts. Boys and girls who make the team will need the following: cleats, mouth piece, shin guards, dark blue socks and a water bottle.

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