RED DRAGON ATHLETICS

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Maple Grove Varsity Football Coach Curt Fischer Surpasses 200 Career Victories!

With the Red Dragons victory over Clymer/Sherman/Panama on Friday, September 9th, Coach Fischer won his 200th game as head coach of our varsity football program.  

During Coach Fischer’s tenure the Red Dragons have:

  • Advanced to the Section VI Championship Game 17 times while winning 7 Section VI Championships

  • Advanced to the Far West Regional Championship Game 7 times while winning 3 Regional Championships

  • Advanced to the State Semi-Final Game 3 times, winning 2 times to advance to the State Championship Game

  • Advanced to the State Championship Game 2 times, and earning the State Championship on both occasions.

Congratulations Coach Fischer!

Good luck to all the Red Dragon coaches and players as they pursue that third state championship this season!

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!!! Its time to be planning for Winter Sports!!!

 Athletic Placement Process Testing 

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 2017 - 2018 Athletic Sports Meetings

August 9, 2017
November 1, 2017
February 28, 2018
 
Times:
 
Coaches 5pm Room 105
Boosters 5:30pm in Cafeteria
Parents 6pm in Auditorium
 

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College Planning and NCAA Athetics

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Arbiter Live

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Attention Parents of Athletes 

Spring Sports Opportunities

Modified Track - Boys and Girls

Varsity Track - Boys and Girls

Softball - JV & Varsity

Baseball - JV & Varsity

Boys Tennis

Golf

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Participation in interscholastic sports is a privilege, not a right; therefore, certain responsibilities are required.  Students shall be considered a member of any athletic squad so long as they are able to justify that membership by ability and willingness to keep training rules, to attend practices, and to conform in general to other regulations.

To participate, you must be a student of Maple Grove Jr.-Sr. High School and must be enrolled in a least five subjects, plus physical education.  (Seniors with special schedules should see their counselor for exceptions.)  Students must receive an adequate health examination and the approval of the school physician.

Students may be able to participate at a younger age, provided that they passed the physical examination.  (See coach or Athletic Director for more information.)  Participation is governed by the Athletic Code of Conduct (Board of Education Policy IGDJ).

A Boosters and/or community group that wishes to provide funds for alternative student transportation to and from a desired location must adhere to the following procedures:  request approval through an Extended Overnight Study Trip Form; all means of outside transportation must meet state and local regulations; all coaches must coordinate these efforts through the Athletic Director; and all funds must be available before the date of the trip.


 
Fall Sports:
Football ( Modified and Varsity)
Football Cheerleading ( Varsity)
Boys Soccer (Modified and Varsity)
Girls Soccer ( Modified and Varsity)
Cross Country ( Modified and Varsity)
Volleyball ( Modified, JV and Varsity)
Girls Tennis (Varsity)
Girls Swimming ( Varsity)
 
Winter Sports:
Wrestling (Modified and Varsity)
Girls Basketball (Modified, JV and Varsity)
Boys Basketball (Modified, JV and Varsity)
Basketball Cheerleading (Varsity)
Indoor Track (Varsity)
Boys Swimming ( Varsity)
Ski Club (Extracurricular)
Hockey (Club sport outside school)
 
Spring Sports:
Baseball (Modified, JV and Varsity)
Softball (Modified, JV and Varsity)
Track (Modified and Varsity)
Golf (Varsity)
Boys Tennis (Varsity)
Trap Club (Extracurricular)