Last football season, Dorseyville Middle School Head Football Coach Josh Duso noticed a pattern with his team, and it wasn’t one that pleased him and his staff. They had a talented team, yet they ended the season 2-4-2. Three of their games were lost in the final five plays, which prompted the coach and DMS...
- Fall Sports Registration/Physicals
- Strength and Conditioning Camps
- Summer Strength and Conditioning Calendar
- Summer Baseball Camp
- Girls′ Tennis Season
- Boys′ Golf Tryouts
- First Annual Baseball GOLF Outing
- Athletic Scholarships Available
“Click” on this link to register your son/daughter on the Family ID Registration platform for spring sports.
Below you will find all the information relevant to our fall sports programs offered for students in grades 9 thru 12 for the 2019-2020 school year. Please read the information carefully as it will explain the HS Registration and physical process. You may also watch a short video that will explain the overall registration and physical process by clicking on the link below:
- For more information about important dates for Fall High School Sports, click here.
- Click here for the high school physical schedule.
Below you will find all the information relevant to our fall sports programs offered for students in grades 7th and 8th for the 2019-2020 school year. You may also watch a short video that will explain the overall registration and physical process by clicking on the link below:
Elementary and middle school students can attend summer developmental camps. For more information and a registration form, click here.
Workouts begin Monday, 6/17/19 and continue through 8/8/19. To download the master schedule, click here.
Players ages 6-14 can participate from July 15-19 in a clinic run by Varsity Head Coach Jim Hastings and his coaching staff.
Please download this letter to learn more about the time-frame and details for the upcoming tennis season that will start with tryouts on August 12.
Gold Tryouts will occur on August 12 and 13 at the Pittsburgh National Golf Course in Gibsonia. Click here for more information about the Tryouts and qualifying for the golf team.
Click here for more information and a registration form for this September 9 event at the River Forest Country Club.
The Fox Chapel Area School District has a number of Scholarships available. The Rich Kriston Athletic Scholarship was established to honor a Fox Chapel Area High School senior who has excelled in athletic activity while maintaining high sportsmanship standards. The scholarship is a one-time award of $2,000 for a Fox Chapel Area High School Senior who has shown a commitment to continuing his/her education beyond high school. Click here for an application form.
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There are a few things about Mary Ellis that you can’t help but notice the first time you meet her. She has a refreshing, effervescent personality. She is the epitome of positivity. And, more than anything, she has an absolute love for lacrosse that began years ago when her older brother took her under his...
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When Director of Athletics Michael O’Brien told Marissa Hardiman that she had won one of only 10 $1,000 WPIAL scholarships awarded to female athletes, she was pretty surprised. She shouldn’t have been, because the tri-sport scholar athlete has excelled at just about everything she’s done since beginning her freshman year at Fox Chapel Area High...
Once lacrosse attackman Reed Seybolt gets the ball, it’s hard to get it away from him. In fact, the senior has been darting around defenses with such consistency, slickness, and fluidity that his teammates refer to him as “slippery.” His talents also have resulted in his top spot in points and goals on the offensive...
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