Spring sports at Bishop Blanchet officially begin on March 3, 2014
Spring Sports Registration
Spring Sports registration will take place
Monday, February 10 through Thursday, February 27 (no school Friday, 2/28).
To register, bring the following to Mrs. Fieser in the Activities Office:
If your student/athlete played a fall or winter sport only the sport fee is needed. Paperwork only needs to be turned in once a school year.
The goal of the registration/eligibility process is to issue your child a yellow card indicating they are able to participate in sports at BBHS. This eligibility card indicates to the school and the coach that the student-athlete has met the requirements for participation in interscholastic athletics; without the card, student-athletes may not attend or participate in any practice for a Bishop Blanchet team. If you have questions, please email either Laura Fieser (Athletic Assistant) email@example.com or Rick O’Leary (Athletic Director) firstname.lastname@example.org.
The materials required to complete the eligibility process and be issued a yellow eligibility card are:
Eligibility/Medical Forms, signed handbook form and $100 Sports Fee
If you already submitted the medical forms this fall or winter such as a physical exam there is no need to resubmit them; however; you will need to submit a signed handbook form.
Click here for Medical Eligibility Forms
Note regarding the Sports Fee: The $100.00 sports fee is refunded if a student-athlete does not make the team that he or she is trying out for.
Spring cut sports: Baseball, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Tennis
Spring non-cut sports: Track and Field, Ultimate Frisbee
The Athletic Program at Bishop Blanchet works to develop a Christian athlete who places God ahead of individual or team victories, and who strives to play to the best of his/her ability while exemplifying the qualities of good sportsmanship and fair play.The development of the individual athlete is placed ahead of winning. Student-athletes will develop spiritually, physically, psychologically, and socially through their participation in a positive program.
“(I) consider sports as an instrument of education when it fosters high human and
spiritual needs; when it forms youth in an integral way in values such as loyalty,
perseverance, friendship, solidarity and peace. Surmounting differences of cultures and
ideologies, sports offers an ideal occasion for dialogue and understanding among peoples, for building the desired civilization of love. To put into practice these values, based on the dignity of the human person, in face of possible interests that might darken the nobility of sports itself.” Pope John Paul II (Sept. 16, 2002)