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Friday Night Helpers


Friday night games are our best attended games during the season, aside from JLIT. Because of this fact, we need parents to help at home Friday games. Normally, Mr. Fenrick would assign parents (whose children are involved in Friday night games) to these duties, but before doing so wanted to give everyone a chance to sign up first.


Duties are scheduled for TWO games each evening. For example, if you sign up to help at concessions during the B Games, you will be there during both the B Girls AND B Boys games at the listed times.

Please sign up by November 15. Following that date, Mr. Fenrick will assign any families (with children involved in Friday games) that have not signed up.  Please consider signing up for more than one time slot.

Please sign up at: bit.ly/spsbball

Winter Sports Information

Download and print information you may need regarding winter sports at St. Paul's.

Practice Schedule

GAME SCHEDULES
Cumulative Schedule
A Boys Basketball
A Girls Basketball
B Boys Basketball
B Girls Basketball
B2 Boys Basketball
**A word of caution: if you print these calendars, the website forgets to change the year from 2019 to 2020!  The game dates are all still accurate though!!

Sports Offered at St. Paul's

FALL SPORTS
Volleyball - Grades 5-8
Cross Country - Grades 4-8

 

WINTER SPORTS
Boys Basketball - Grades 5-8
Girls Basketball - Grades 5-8
Cheerleading - Grades 5-8
Pom Pons - Grades 5-8 (if numbers allow)

 

SPRING SPORTS
Track - Grades 5-8

Conference Info

St. Paul's competes in the Badgerland Lutheran Athletic Conference.  Stats and records are maintained for the A and B teams for both Volleyball and Basketball.  Use the links below to view the standings.

Volleyball

Basketball

 

Maps to Conference Schools

                     

WE ARE THE FLAMES

St. Paul's maintains both a conference and non-conference athletic schedule. St. Paul's is a member of the Badgerland Lutheran Athletic Conference. Maps to all schools are available online.  St. Paul's athletic director is Mr. Mark Fenrick.

Athletic Philosophy and Objectives
We believe that each child is a child of God's and should be educated in the physical development of his/her body to use the physical talents the Lord has given to him/her to their fullest. In addition to the development of talents we believe our athletic program should also foster the development of character, respect, honesty, responsibility, sacrifice, and self-discipline. As Christ is the center of our lives so He is also in, with, under, and through our athletic philosophy.
InstaTeam App

For detailed information regarding practices or events, we are encouraging all parents to use the InstaTeam App.  At the start of each season, you will be given a code for your child's team.  You can view practices, games, and be notified instantly of any changes to the schedule.  Feel free to share the code with all of your family members.

Help videos may be found at this site.
Please note: some of these videos are for administrators and won't necessarily pertain to you.

Athletic Calendar

UPCOMING EVENTS

Keep checking back for information about upcoming tournaments, camps, and other events

ATHLETIC CODE INFORMATION

Athletic Code

Copies of the athletic code and athletic code of conduct for parents will be sent home in the home visit packets.  However, if you need another copy, or one was not placed in your packet, you may download copies here.

 

You will no longer need to sign the Athletic Signature Form.  You will be asked for your digital signatures when you complete the online Athletic Code Survey (link given during the meeting). 


Athletic Code for Students

Athletic Code of Conduct for Parents

Concussion Information

 

If you have any questions about the athletic code, please contact Mr. Fenrick.

Wisconsin Concussion Law

On April 2, 2012, the state of Wisconsin passed a law regarding concussions and youth sports. The law requires all youth athletic organizations to educate coaches, athletes and parents on the risks of concussions and head injuries and prohibits participation in a youth activity until the athlete and parent or guardian has returned a signed agreement sheet indicating they have reviewed the concussion and head injury informational materials. The law requires immediate removal of an individual from a youth athletic activity if symptoms indicate a possible concussion has been sustained. A person who has been removed from a youth athletic activity because of a determined or suspected concussion or head injury, may not participate again until he or she is evaluated by a health care provider and receives written clearance from the health care provider to return to the activity.

For more information, please visit these sites:

www.cdc.gov/Concussion

www.wiaawi.org/health/concussions