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Got to spend some minutes on the phone with an @DHSAthletics swim and diver, also my niece, ???? and boys’ golf and g… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

12:34 AM - 03 Apr 20

Had a great meeting this morning over WebEx with some of our program leaders - Brody, Schafer, AJ, Drew, and Tyler!… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

10:57 PM - 02 Apr 20

Early Morning Webex workout. Good work fellas!! Hard Work Pays Off!! @DHSAthletics @D11Athletics https://t.co/3HRk9g0289

9:19 PM - 02 Apr 20

Add 23 great baseball parents to the list. It was great connecting with you all tonight!#BeTheLighttwitter.com/i/web/status/1…

3:23 AM - 02 Apr 20

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Hello All! I am looking forward to a very fun connection piece through the Zoom call tomorrow afternoon. As a reminder we will be meet at 4:00pm tomorrow 4/3. Remember to come prepared with the answers to following questions and some games: What is the best thing you have done during this time? What is one thing that you have been dealing/struggling with during this time? What is something you are grateful for?  Please try and join via video as it makes for better connection but if you can't phone works just the same.  Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/218169992?pwd=TXk3TGJ0R1ZidWpBcmNhZWtvZTRMQT09 ...

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By Murphy Barry   On 4/2/2020

Hello Spartans, I hope that everyone has had a wonderful spring break week and is gearing up for a new normal with elearnings. As everyone, we are all setting into a new normal, and I am no diffe...

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Varsity Track

5 days ago

Track Week 5 March 30-April 5 We hope all is well you and your families.  We are still moving forward to the April 20 resuming of our season.  Keep in shape through the workouts posted below for sprinters.  Workouts for Sprinters Distance and Throwers are found under our files links here THE LINK TO WORKOUTS. ...

Varsity Track

1 week ago

Track Week 4 We hope all is well with you.  During this national emergency, we believe that routine can be beneficial.  We are posting workouts under the files tab on our website  ...

Boys Varsity Swimming

2 weeks ago

Hello Spartans, It is hard to believe it has only been a week since we were all last together. Please know this entire team is on my mind daily and I am thinking of all of you during this time of distress. I apologize I have not updated our workouts yet this week but I have gone through a shift at my work which has taken my focus there. I promise to continue to provide the support you need as we move forward. As many of you already know the CHSAA mandate has been extended out to April 18th, this will shift what our season looks like. I still do not have all the answers, but like I said a week ago, we will always be able to continue to work hard and keep our goals at the forefront of our brain. In order to continue our goals I have been adding to our document with more workouts. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GnYxgz6bPWcyZv4lUFzHqhF8sPoQpTkzcsitxudRlxI/edit?usp=sharing ...

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By Murphy Barry   On 3/18/2020
Girls Varsity Tennis

2 weeks ago

Dear SPARTANS and Parents:   I hope this communication finds you well, and that you and your families are staying safe mentally, physically and emotionally in this strangest of tim...

By Cheri Rogers   On 3/18/2020
Girls Varsity Tennis

2 weeks ago

Dear SPARTANS and Parents:   I hope this communication finds you well, and that you and your families are staying safe mentally, physically and emotionally in this strangest of tim...

By Cheri Rogers   On 3/18/2020
Varsity Track

2 weeks ago

Guidelines to Keeping Up with Workouts Spartan Harriers,  When our home, school, exercise, and social routines are dramatically changed by national emergency, we find ourselves reassessing our priorities.  Each of us will prioritize differently.  Please, take some time to set aside everyone pulling at you and assess your own priorities. Your family is your guide. Wherever track fits into your priority list is fine with your coaches.  The suggested workouts we are posting, are just that.  There are set up to keep you in tip top track shape.  You need to clear your workouts with your parents or guardians, as they know best how to keep you safe and healthy.  Communicate with your coaches, but don't feel it is required.  We care about you and want to hear from you to know you are well. We know that intelligent exercise is important to the whole health of the athlete.  I've given you a link to an article in Runners World on guidelines to follow when running during this pandemic.    RUNNERS WORLD ARTICLE ON RUNNING DURING PANDEMIC ...

Varsity Track

2 weeks ago

Dear SPARTANS and Parents:   I hope this communication finds you well, and that you and your families are staying safe mentally, physically and emotionally in this strangest of times. I wanted to reach out, as there is so much uncertainty with everything going on, so this email comes from a combination of sources: me, CHSAA, and our D11 AD. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have questions, or if you are in need of assistance in any way.   As you perhaps saw yesterday, CHSAA has extended the moratorium period on athletics and activities until April 18 th , which is in accordance with Governor Polis’s order to shut down public events/places for 30 days, so exactly one month from now. As you well know, everything at this point is up in the air—and is the central reason that CHSAA has not even begun the decision-making process as to what spring sports look like if we do, in fact, get to come back on April 18 th . It makes sense, with an ever-changing situation such as this one—there isn’t a reason to suppose what seasons might look like when we aren’t even sure if those dates will hold fast, so please be patient with them as they are trying their best to support all of their constituents. I will continue to communicate any changes with you.   That being said, coaches are still going to post workouts and communicate with your kids remotely, but I and others have communicated with them extensively that they are not to gather kids in groups, or have captains/athletes gather kids in groups—this is absolutely against what has been asked of us to this point. But I would ask, for ALL of us, engage in some sort of physical activity—as parents of athletes, you know the positive effects of exercise on the psyche, and for kids who are used to engaging in sport to go without that endorphin boost for a month is just not good, so please, engage in something with them, and our coaches posting workouts is an excellent way to do that as long as you feel safe in engaging in those workouts!   Some of you have asked about spring sports refunds, so at this point, I am copying directly from an email sent to us by Chris Noll, D11 athletic director:   Participation Fees: With us not knowing what the seasons will look like, we are going to pause on an answer with this.  There are so many different things that could happen with all of this, we are going to pause, and make a decision at a later time!    There are SO MANY questions floating right now and please know that I, along with your building level athletic director will work on those questions.  What does this do to RPI?  When we come back on April 18, are we going to jump straight back into games?  Will the season be extended?  What happens if one team plays 10 games and one plays 15 games?  Is there a chance the entire season will be cancelled?  In times like this, kids and parents look to coaches and our approach needs to be simple.  Everyone needs to take a deep breath and relax.  Questions will be answered in due time.  We need to encourage our families to be safe!  Relax…   For my senior athletes and parents:  I am so disappointed for you—I can’t empathize…I’ve never been in a situation when I was healthy enough and ready to compete when I haven’t been able to, and this is so unfortunate.  I guess we can rest in the thought that what is supposed to happen will happen, but that doesn’t make it any easier for those of you who were anxiously waiting to participate in your final senior season.  For that, I am so sorry. And even as I say that, encourage yourself and your kids to be leaders—the younger athletes on your teams will respond how you respond, and you consistently have shown yourselves to be capable of handling far more than others give you credit for.  Hold your heads high, stay positive, and understand that we see you and know what you are dealing with, and we appreciate you entirely.    Thanks all; I appreciate all of you.  Stay safe, exercise, enjoy time with your kiddos, patronize small business if you can, and please let us know if you need anything!   Respecfully,   Stephanie Leasure Athletic Director/Business Manager Doherty High School   www.dohertyathletics.org ...

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