Wildcat Locker Room Report

"Do It The Wildcat Way, Or Don't Do It At All"

First Edition; Vol. 81

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Come Out And Support Our Armstrong Cheer Team This Saturday!!!

The Armstrong Cheer team will try to reclaim its title this Saturday as the compete in the RPS Cheer Competition at Huguenot High School at 11am. The Ticket price is $7.00 and can be purchased as GoFan.co at the link below.


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News You Can Use

This Week In Sports

Softball/Baseball/Soccer at Huguenot:

The softball team went down to the wire but came up short, losing 17-16. The soccer team had an impressive match and lost by the score of 1-0. The baseball team lost 21-5. The baseball team has a chance to bounce back with games at James Monroe (Tuesday) and at home against George Wythe (Thursday). The soccer team will host George Wythe on Thursday as well.

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Parents Meeting Information - Please Review

We conducted our Spring Sports parent meeting on Thursday (3/9) and discussed the goals of the program. We have provided the following links for parents:

  1. Meeting presentation. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1H_M5PNb_cDklmQQSkBWcLDKEMjnppWeXmdw_IRLb4iw/edit
  2. Student/Parent Handbook. https://drive.google.com/file/d/13izd47Xhu0iL6TGAuhvlzJtC8zhMCHyx/view?usp=share_link
  3. Parent/Student registration is required. (See presentation)

Special Message For Parents.....

Student–Athlete Sportsmanship Expectations

(From Virginia High School League Handbook)

The Athlete Should:

  • Be courteous to visiting teams and officials.

  • Play hard and to the limit of his/her ability, regardless of discouragement. The true athlete does not give up nor does he/she quarrel, cheat, bet or grandstand.

  • Retain his/her composure at all times and never leave the bench or enter the playing field/court to engage in a fight.

  • Be modest when successful and be gracious in defeat. A true sportsman does not offer excuses for failure.

  • Maintain a high degree of physical fitness by observing team and training rules conscientiously. ∙ Demonstrates loyalty to the school by maintaining a satisfactory scholastic standing and by participating in or supporting other school activities.

  • Play for the love of the game.

  • Understand and observe the rules of the game and the standards of eligibility.

  • Set a high standard of personal cleanliness.

  • Respect the integrity and judgment of officials and accept their decisions without question.

  • Respect the facilities of host schools and the trust entailed in being a guest.

The Parent Should:

  • Realize that he/she represents the school just as definitely as does the member of a team and, therefore, has an obligation to be a true sportsman, encouraging through this behavior the practice of good sportsmanship by others.

  • Recognize that good sportsmanship is more important than victory by approving and applauding good team play, individual skill and outstanding examples of sportsmanship and fair play exhibited by either team.

  • Treat visiting teams and officials as guests, extending to them every courtesy.

  • Be modest in victory and gracious in defeat.

  • Respect the judgment and integrity of officials, realizing that their decisions are based upon game conditions as they observe them.

Attention All Seniors: Here Is Your Opportunity For A Scholarship

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Athletic Eligibility Reminder

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Baseball vs. James Monroe @ Walker Grant M.S.

Tuesday, March 21st, 5:30pm

1 Learning Lane

Fredericksburg, VA

Soccer & Baseball vs. George Wythe

Thursday, March 23rd, 5:30pm

2300 Cool Lane

Richmond, VA

RPS Cheer Competition

Saturday, March 25th, 11am

7945 Forest Hill Avenue

Richmond, VA