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Registration for Season D is now open. Season D include baseball, girls tennis, girls golf, girls soccer, boys swimming, boys & girls track and field, and boy & girls lacrosse. Lacrosse is a district team, the boys team is located at Mountain Range and the girls team is locatated at Horizon. Boys swim will be a combined team once again with Mountain Range.
Practice/Tryouts start April 26th for all sports except girls golf which is April 19th. Practive start at 4:00PM at the locations below. For more information or questions please contact the coach.
- Girls Golf: Ty Overboe, email@example.com , Legacy Ridge Golf Course
- Girls Soccer: Kristina Churchill, firstname.lastname@example.org , Football Field
- Track & Field: Ryan Otterson & Bob Goeken, email@example.com, Track
- Baseball: Chris Mann, Christopher.H.Mann@adams12.org, Baseball Field
- Girls Tennis: Diane Wolverton, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tennis Courts
- Boys Swim: Ken Ebuna, Kenneth.Ebuna@adams12.org, VMAC
Boys Swim & Lacrosse at Mountain Range Registration: Click Here
Girls Lacrosse at Horizon Registration: Click Here
Athletic registration paperwork in no longer available and registration will available online using the link above. All athletic registrations require a complete online form, current physical, and a payment of $150.
Access all Norse athletic schedules online. - To receive emails or texts regarding schedule changes, simply click "notify me" on the right side of the page and enter your notification details. More information about how to use the scheduler.
Off Season Workouts:Season C Workouts: TBD. If interestested please contact the coaches, clink their name to send an email. These are not drop in sessions and must contact the coach to sign up. Season B spectator guidelines- February 2021.pdf Season B spectator guidelines- February 2021 (sp).pdf
Children's Hospital Partnership
In 2010, Children’s Hospital Colorado and Adams 12 Five Star Schools formed a partnership to preserve the health and wellness of the district’s high school athletes. As a result, Sports Medicine Center at Children’s Hospital Colorado now staffs each high school’s training room with a certified athletic trainer who provides coverage of all athletic practices and home varsity events. In addition, Children’s Hospital Colorado also provides a physician at all home varsity football games, wrestling weight certifications, and various tournaments. Physicians also visit high schools weekly for as needed consultations.
Certified Athletic Trainers Provide the Following Services:
- Daily medical coverage, injury evaluations/management for all Five Star Schools athletes
- Concussion management
- Liaisons to assigned team physicians for each school
- Free injury assessments and recommendations for follow–up care
- Fast track emergency room care
- First aid & implementation of emergency protocols at each high school
- Annual athletic physicals (CAPS)
- Education and instruction for student athletes, coaches and parents
- Student education in sports medicine career paths
- Medical coverage available for summer camps upon request
In addition to clinical care, Children’s Hospital Colorado will provide Comprehensive Athletic Physicals (CAPS) free of charge for the district’s high school students. Children’s Colorado also offers ongoing educational seminars for parents and coaches on sports medicine, sports nutrition and concussion topics.
The Sports Medicine Center is housed within Children’s Hospital Colorado's Orthopedics Institute , recognized as one of the top 10 pediatric orthopedic programs in the country by U.S. News and World Report . Its team includes several sports medicine specialists who are specially trained and qualified to care for young competitive athletes, as well as pediatric rehabilitation medicine, physical therapy, orthopedic and orthopedic surgery specialists. Through the Sports Medicine Center at Children’s Hospital Colorado, children and teens also gain direct access to all of the pediatric experts and resources available through Children’s Colorado, including its Concussion Program .
Our relationship with the Children's Hospital keeps student athletes in the Five Star District healthy to play the sports they love.
Some Helpful Links From Children's HospitalThe importance of iron intake
Face coverings and kids - By now, we all know that almost everyone over the age of two should wear a face covering when out in public or around people they don’t live with. This is because it’s one of the most effective ways to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. But what are the best kinds of face coverings for kids? And what if you’re having trouble getting your kid to wear one? Our experts tackle these questions and many more.
Health and strength for female athletes - Sports like gymnastics, soccer and track require high energy input, meaning girls in those sports must eat enough of the right foods to remain healthy and at the top of their game. Unfortunately, many female athletes underestimate their caloric needs. When this happens, it can lead to three dangerous symptoms.
March Virtual Talk OpportunitiesCOVID and Sports: A Safe Return to Play Date: Tuesday, April 27th Time: 7:00-8:00PM Eventbrite Link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/covid-sports-a-safe-return-to-play-tickets-150972022383 Zoom URL= https://zoom.us/j/99816712169 Zoom Phone number: 1-669-900-6833, Zoom Meeting ID number: 99816712169