Sportsmanship, Teamwork, and Friendships
Here at STA we offer a variety of sports to our students. We are committed in providing an excellent athletic experience for our players, coaches and parents. Our goal for the athletes of STA is to develop a love for their sport, a will to improve and a desire to compete to the best of their ability!
|Fall Sports||Winter Sports||Spring Sports|
|Flag Football||Boys Basketball||Girls Basketball|
Here at STA we want to give all athletes the opportunity to play and be on a team. We do not make cuts. Every effort will be made for athletes who register to be placed on a team.
**All registered athletes must attend player evaluations to be considered for team placement**
5th and 6th grade
The focus on the younger grades is for the children to learn the basics of the sport, improve their skills and have as much fun as possible. There are no rankings or CYAA tournaments for 5th and 6th, so playing and learning are the main goals.
At these grades we do not have "A" and "B" teams.
7th and 8th grade
The older grades are where tournament play and competition becomes more of the focus. We still expect our athletes to be playing and learning, but also adding a competitive spirit to their game.
Athletes will be evaluated in tryouts, and placed on the team which fits them at that current time.
STA will look to produce a competitive 7th and 8th grade team in all our sports.
There is a lot of work to do prior to the season beginning, and it is very important that I have all athletes registered in time. Uniforms need to be ordered, coaches need to be in place and the numbers of teams need to be confirmed.
**You can also register for all your child's sports in one visit**
Please see the below dates for the seasons.
|Fall||Volleyball & Flag Football||September 10-October 30|
|Winter||Softball & Boys Basketball||November 20-January 30|
|Spring||Baseball & Girls Basketball||February 20-April 30|
Each registered athlete must have a completed physical form on file at the beginning of the school year, before they can participate in school sports.
You must complete the transport consent form to allow your child to travel to away games with another parent.
You must complete the Driver Information form, whether you intend driving your child to games or not.
You will need to complete the "Safe Environment" course, have your fingerprints taken and a copy given to the parish before you can be a Coach, Assistant Coach or supervise the children in any way.
For more details, please contact Brittany Allen at the Parish Office; Brittany Allen 602-954-9089 x5210 email@example.com