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Sportsmanship and the development of positive character have long been explicit goals of school sports. A strong belief exists that sport programs have the power to promote the development of sportsmanlike behaviors, ethical decision-making skills, and a total curriculum for moral character development.

GSCSI offers a sports program to students to promote physical awareness, competitive spirit and to instill a desire to succeed through positive sportsmanship.

The following sports include:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Volleyball
  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Wrestling

Who to contact about middle school sports?
  • Greasewood Springs Community School Front Office:
  • 928-654-3331  
Student Eligibility
  • Physicals:
    • Each students MUST have a current physical [Download the AIA Physical Form
    • All student athletes MUST have proof of medical insurance or before the season begins
  • All students MUST have a 2.0 GPA or better
  • Students must have passing grades in at least 4 classes, 2 of which are 
    in core content areas
What is Sportsmanship?
Sportsmanship is defined as:
  • Playing fair
  • Following the rules of the game
  • Respecting the judgment of referees and officials
  • Treating opponents with respect
How can both students and parents show good sportsmanship?
  • Model positive attitudes before, during and after the game
  • Emphasize that the point of the competition is for fun, not for winning
  • Encourage and cooperate with teammates
  • Don't applaud when the other team makes a bad play, and do applaud when they make a good play!
  • Don't belittle the umpire or second-guess the coach
  • Don't coach from the sidelines. It will only confuse the players.
  • If your team loses a game, acknowledge the toughness of the other team.

 


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