Tryouts for all FRCS Fall Sports begin November 27, 2017.

Students will not be allowed to tryout unless they have registered online for tryouts on Family ID and submitted an updated physical to Nurse Alix.

All athletic fees ($75.00) must be paid through My School Bucks following tryouts AND immediately after having been selected for a team.

Students cannot participate in team practice until the athletic fee is paid.


Girls’ Varsity Basketball

Coaches: Mike Blase and Kim Natareno

Boys’ Varsity Basketball

Coaches: Justin Haffermehl and Michael Fay

Varsity Wrestling

Coaches: Jim Obenchain and Steve Carnevale


Coaches: Mike Alger and Kayla Leary


Eligibility Requirements for Extracurricular Activities

Academic responsibilities are the student’s first priority and take precedence over any athletic or extracurricular activity. Student athletes must maintain a 70 in all subjects in order to be eligible for athletics and extracurricular activities. If a student athlete’s average drops below a 70 percent in any subject he/she will be placed on an academic probation waiting period for one week in order to give them an opportunity to raise their grade(s). They are permitted to practice and play during this one week waiting period.  After that one week waiting week, if the student athlete’s average remains below a 70 percent, he/she will be placed on an academic probation until the next grade check.  Such probation will make him/her ineligible for participation in any activity until he/she has satisfactorily met the requirements to participate. Furthermore, he/she will be required to attend a mandatory academic probation study hall from 3 pm – 4 pm in the Athletic Wing outside of Ms. Azarloza’s office.  Should the student athlete fail to attend such academic probation study hall, he/she may be removed from the team roster.

2017-2018 Athletic Offerings for grades 6-12

FALL: Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country, Boys’ Varsity Soccer, Girls’ Varsity Soccer, and Girls’ Volleyball 

WINTER: Cheerleading, Boys’ Varsity Basketball, Girls’ Varsity Basketball, NEW Wrestling!

SPRING: Varsity Softball, Varsity Baseball, Boys’ and Girls’ Track and Boys’ Varsity Volleyball

Participation in Extra-Curricular Activities after School Hours

Students must be in school for at least five periods (60%) of the school day to participate in any extracurricular activities, including school dances. A student who is absent from school may not participate in any extra-curricular activities. This can be waived only by the student receiving administrative approval in advance of the absence. Students who are suspended, whether in-school or out-of-school suspension, may not participate in any activities on that day. A continual violator of the Code of Conduct will be subject to suspension and/or removal from the extracurricular activity(ies). Administrative Detentions and teacher detentions take priority before students are allowed to participate in extracurricular activities.

All students and coaches will complete concussion training at the start of each season.



Athletics Handbook 2017-2018

Concussion Policy and Procedures rev. 8/5/14

Pre-concussion report

Click here for Link to CDC Concussion Website for Parents and Student Athletes