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•  “Click” on this link to register your son/daughter on the Family ID Registration platform for spring sports.

Once on the Family ID webpage, scroll to the bottom of the page and “click” on 2018 Spring Sports Registration in order to begin the registration process.

The high school physical times will be 2:30 on February 12 in the Nurse’s Office. The DMS physical times will be by appointment. “Click here” for more information.

Players in Grades K-6 are invited to join a baseball clinic on two Saturdays – 2/24 and 3/3 – at the Fox Chapel Area High School Auxiliary Gym from 9:00 – 12:00

For more information: Winter Youth Clinic Brochure

The 2017-18 year of Hines Ward’s Positive Athlete Program is officially underway! From now until April 13th, we will be accepting nominations for Positive Athletes and Coaches in any grade (9-12), and in any boys or girls sport.

Nominating a student athlete only takes 10-15 minutes, and will make them eligible for the thousands of dollars in scholarships that we will give away this year.


Prior to the first day of the season (March 5), every player must complete the proper paperwork to ensure eligibility.

Click here to download a letter from Coach Slezak with more details.


We are pleased to announce a new strength and conditioning program available to all high school interscholastic student athletes. The program is under the direction of Tim Schilcher, an experienced trainer who holds five certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He also has experience in the field of physical therapy and has served as a personal trainer for 20 years. Coach Schilcher, who is assisted by Brandon Piefer, has developed specialized training for individual sports, and in some cases, specific positions. His overall goal is to help athletes safely reach their goals for optimal performance, while educating them about lifelong healthy habits.

For more information, click Strength and Conditioning page. You’ll find work out schedules, instructions for exercises, information about athletes’ nutritional requirements, and much more.

Athletic Highlights


Tribune-Review High School Sports

High School sports headlines from the Tribune-Review

Tribune-Review<br/>Aliquippa head coach Mike Zmijanac  brings his team together before playing Derry during the WPIAL Class AAA semifinal on Friday, Nov. 11, 2016 at Fox Chapel High School. Aliquippa won 46-20.
The Aliquippa school board is expected to discuss replacing hall of fame football coach Mike Zmijanac later this week, according to a source close to ...
Posted: February 20, 2018, 5:08 am
Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review<br/>Kiski Area's James Ayres and Deer Lakes' Shane Miller fight for the puck Monday, Feb. 19, 2018 at Ice Connection.
The Penguins Cup playoff fates of the Deer Lakes and Kiski Area hockey teams came down to Monday’s head-to-head Class A matchup at Frozen Pond ...
Posted: February 20, 2018, 4:36 am
Jack Fordyce | Tribune-Review<br/>Springdale's Nick Taliani (22) goes up for a shot during their game against Leechburg on Fri. Feb 2, 2018 at Leechburg.  Leechburg won 61-44.
Shortly after taking over as Deer Lakes boys basketball coach in 2015, Terence Parham learned how much time had elapsed since the Lancers last tasted ...
Posted: February 20, 2018, 4:30 am
Pete Madia | For the Tribune-Review<br/>Conner Redinger of Quaker Valley gains positioning on South Park's Joseph Fischer in the 106 lbs. championship bout during the WPIAL Class 2A wrestling championships Saturday, February 17, 2018, at Canon-McMillan High School.
For a program in just its second year of existence, Quaker Valley sending six wrestlers to the WPIAL Class AA tournament was impressive in itself. ...
Posted: February 20, 2018, 4:00 am