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MIDDLE SCHOOL ATHLETIC YEAR COMES TO A CLOSE
Another exciting year of AAA Middle School interscholastic
athletics wrapped up with the All-City Track finals held May 3.
Congratulations not only to all our athletes and teams who won titles, but
also to all those who put on the uniform and competed. Many may not
have taken home a medal or trophy, but they still put forth an effort and
hopefully learned some life lessons along with the joy of participating!
And a BIG thanks to all our wonderful coaches who dedicate many hours to
teaching not only the skills of their sport, but also instilling values of
sportsmanship, teamwork, and dedication to a common goal. Your
efforts are appreciated. So finally to all--have a great summer, and
we'll see you back again in the fall for more action in the gym and on the
PRESIDIO TOPS IN TRACK
The AAA Middle School Track championship meet was held May 3 at
Kezar Stadium with Presidio taking the team title. The Panthers
finished with 357.5 points to edge out a tough Marina squad. The
Penguins amassed 341 points with Roosevelt a distant third at 232
points. The victory brought Presidio their 10th straight title
and sent long time coach Norman Ching off to retirement with the best
present he could receive!
GIANNINI REPEATS AS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS
The AAA Middle School Girls Volleyball final took place March 5
with Giannini downing Presidio 2-1 at Kezar Pavilion. The
Jaguars and Panthers split the first two sets with scores of 25-23.
In the deciding set, Giannini pulled away, winning 15-6 and earning
the Sunset District school their 17th overall title.
Congratulations to both schools on a very exciting match and
JAMES LICK TAKES BOYS SOCCER TITLE
The AAA Middle School Boys Soccer championship match took place
January 29 at Kezar with James Lick shutting out Everett 3-0.
The Bulldog victory earned the Noe Valley school their fifth overall
title. Congratulations also to the runner-up Owls for being the
first lower division team to reach the finals.
CO-CHAMPS IN GIRLS SOCCER
The inaugural AAA Middle School Girls Soccer final held January
24 at Kezar Stadium ended in a draw! Aptos and Presidio were
tied 2-2 after 60 minutes of regulation. An additional 20
minutes of overtime were played with neither team able to find the
back of the net. League Bylaws preclude the use of penalty kicks
to decide the title, therefore the Tigers and Panthers were declared
co-champions! Congratulations to both squads on a very exciting
and first ever Girls Soccer final!
TIGERS DOWN HAWKS IN BOYS BASKETBALL
The AAA Middle School Boys Basketball title game took place
Dec. 11 with Aptos knocking off Hoover 45-39 at Kezar Pavilion.
The victory brought the Tigers their 12th overall league title.
Congratulations to both Aptos and Hoover on a very exciting final and
FONG YU NUMBER ONE IN GIRLS HOOPS
The AAA Middle School Girls Basketball championship was held
Dec. 11 at Kezar Pavilion with Alice Fong Yu downing Presidio 38-24.
The victory earned the Red Dragons their fourth title in the past six
years. Congratulations to both schools on very successful
GIANNINI TAKES BASEBALL TITLE
Giannini downed Aptos 3-1 in the Middle School Baseball Final
held Oct. 9 at West Sunset Field. The victory completed an
undefeated season for the Jaguars and brought the Sunset District
school their 15th overall title. Congratulations to both schools
on a very exciting championship game!
|PRESIDIO ON TOP IN SOFTBALL
The Middle School Softball final was held Oct. 5 with Presidio
downing Aptos 12-0. The Panther victory earned them a third
straight title. Congratulations to both Presidio and Aptos on
very successful seasons!
A notice to ALL Middle School coaches, CPR regulations have
changed! A child is now considered anyone 11 years of age or
younger. Since many middle school students are within this age
range, ALL Middle School coaches MUST take both adult AND child CPR when
renewing or obtaining certification for the first time. Please take
note of this when signing up for your next course.
NFHS OFFERS MIDDLE SCHOOL COACHING ED COURSE
The NFHS is now offering an on-line coaching education course for
Middle School coaches. Check out this link for
information about the course and how to sign up.
COACHING YOUTH COURSE OFFERED BY ASEP
Check out this link to information on a new on-line courses on
coaching at the youth level
(ages 6-13) available through ASEP. They give some very helpful
information on coaching various youth sports and dealing with athletes in this age group. ASEP is a
required course for high school coaches and this youth course would be a
great precursor for those youth coaches with higher aspirations.
SFUSD MIDDLE SCHOOLS
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MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS
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Manual (Bylaws and Rules)
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