Fall Sports and Activities Update

Fridley High School Activity Highlights

· It’s been a busy October for Fridley Athletics!

  • · Boys and Girls soccer ended their season with the girls going 1-1 in section play. As the 5 seed, they had a strong win over #4 seed Hope Academy 5-2. Head Coach, Zack Bobick, is already excited with returning a host of young, strong soccer players.
  • · B&G XC had a strong finish strong at the Tri Metro Conference Meet. Multiple runner turned in their best performance of the year (Known as PR - personal record) at the very tough Battle Creek Course. And just this past week, all but one team member PR’d again at the Section Finals. This was quite an impressive finish to a great season.
  • · Girls’ Tennis finished another successful and fun season. After a large graduating class that moved on, our young team finished with several wins in the Tri Metro Conference. 2nd year coach, Aaron Quach is working hard to build up our participation numbers and the girls have been a great surprise this season.
  • · A young football team with only 3 returning starters from last year’s squad finished with a 6-2 regular season and earned the #1 seed for section 4AAA football. We host a semifinal game against #5 seed, St. Paul Como Park on October 30 – 1:00 and hope to host the section final game on Friday, November 5 - 6:00 kick-off.
  • · Girls’ Swimming finished strong season graduating 8 seniors. The team is beginning their taper training in preparation for Individual Sections on November 10 and 12 at Richfield MS.
  • · So far, we have many Tri Metro All-Conference and AC Honorable Mention performers for Fall Sports. Those not yet selected will be highlighted in the next edition.

  • All Conference Winners
  • · Girls Soccer - All Conference - Sophia Jensen

    o Honorable Mention - Madison Peterson, Mya Karsten

    · Girls Tennis – All Conference -Isabelle Simon

    o Honorable Mention – Davinka Ramnarine, Sophia Kriz

    · Cross Country – All Conference - Josiah Kozicky,

Winter Start Dates and Head Coach Contact Info

Please contact the coach listed if you have questions about practice times or pre-season opportunities.

How to Register for a Sport at Fridley High School

The Activity Registration and Payment Portal is under the School Store tab in your Infinite Campus Parent or Student Portal. Click on the Menu Tab(3 or 4 lines)to find the list.

If you already have an account – Log In - Registration works from the parent or the student portal.

Click on the School Store for the school you attend, click shop and then on the activity you wish to register for. Make sure the student’s name is in the drop down box. The actual registration form appears in blue and is a link, click on the link to open the form, complete it, then click on submit. Add to your cart and check out. Once you have paid the fee your name will automatically be on the roster.

The system does not prevent you from registering if your physical is missing or expired. Please check to make sure it is current if you are registering for a sport. You may NOT participate in practice if your physical is not current. 763-502-5606.

Interested in Playing a Sport in College?

If so, then you should register with the NCAA Clearinghouse. No one is eligible to play athletics at the DI of DII level without registering with the NCAA Clearinghouse – no exceptions. There is a fee and families may qualify for assistance.

Go to: ncaaclearinghouse.org

Most students sign up in the 10th or 11th grade year. Interested students should see their Dean of Students for assistance.

How Do I Find Game Schedules for Athletics?

The best place to look for up to the minute schedules is:

TriMetro.org. When there is a weather change or and event update this is where to get the information as soon as it is entered. You can view the schedule by the date or by the season if you select the sport or activity in the View Schedules tab.