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ATHLETICS - MARCH 2012
 
 
Starting in the Spring Season, we are using a new athletics/activities scheduling software.  It is called  "R School Today". The new website can be accessed at
 
 
Parents and Students have the availability to sign up for notifications of game changes and reminders for events as well.     
 
We are no longer using highschoolsports.net
 
  • Girls Soccer - Head Coach Andy Colella is back for his fifth season with the Buffs and is hoping to build on last year's playoff appearance. The Varsity team has returned a strong core of experienced players. As usual, the Centennial league has several top 10 teams this season, so there will be no easy games on the schedule. We would love to see you in the stands cheering on the Buffs.
  • Girls Track - Our Girls Track Program is seeking that elusive state title to go along with numerous 2nd and 3rd place state finishes over the last decade. They have been crowned Centennial League Champions three of the last eight years. An excellent squad returns for this spring. Girls Track is a no-cut sport offering two levels; junior varsity and varsity.
  • Boys Lacrosse - Boys Lacrosse continues to grow here at Smoky Hill, with new Head Coach Preston Davis. We have over 100 athletes participating on three levels: Varsity, Junior Varsity and freshmen. We look forward to competing for the State and Centennial League Championships this season. Our varsity has a great mix of experienced and young players. Smoky Hill Lacrosse has a strong and rich tradition. We are looking to carry on that strong tradition by working hard, staying committed and maintaining our integrity. Lacrosse is a sport that you can take up and learn anytime.
  • Baseball – Head Coach Scott Henry will lead the Buffs as strong tradition and past success offers the promise of continued excellence. Baseball offers multiple levels.
  • Girls Golf – This program continues to improve and attract more participants. Coach Laurie Steenrod is working hard to instruct the girls as they swing their way to improved play. The girl’s team has two levels and is comprised of 15-20 members. Girls interested in golf. It's not too late to come out for golf. You need clubs, interest and a good attitude. We spend most of our time at nearby Meadow Hills golf course. Questions? See Mr. Alwin.
  • Girls Lacrosse – Another Smoky Hill program rich with tradition and success. The team has multiple state titles and is looking to recapture the magic. Girls Lacrosse offers two levels – Varsity and Junior Varsity.
  • Girls Tennis -Girl’s tennis offers two teams – Varsity, Junior Varsity.
  • Boys Track – Coach Seneca Holmes directs this high-octane powerhouse program that is always a force to be reckoned with when the state track meet is held in May. The track program has two state championships to its credit plus numerous top three finishes. Boys Track offers two levels – Varsity and Junior Varsity.

 

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