Kyrene Middle School Athletics
For all athletics questions please call the Athletic Secretary Pam Adam 480-541-6604
As per our Safe Return to Athletics Plan, practices can continue through Tuesday November 24. The cross country meet for Tuesday November 24 will be cancelled.
We will not have practice once we transition into contingency on November 30. Coaches may provide individual workouts for athletes to practice skills and conditioning at home until practices may resume. We will plan to resume activities when we return to in-person learning at school in alignment with the metrics and our Safe Return to Athletics Plan.
Although we always review AIA Guidelines, our timelines and plan may not fully coincide with theirs. When it is safe to play games and have competitions with in Kyrene, we will provide a schedule for each sport.
Thank you for your flexibility and support for our Athletics program.
All participants are required to complete online registration and turn in participation forms in order to try out or participate on a team. Please visit the "Register for Sports" tab to the left for registration information.
Students who are participating in both the In-person and Flex learning models will be able to participate in athletics programming at their school site during the 2020-2021 school year. Information regarding Athletics offerings and schedules will be released as they are updated in alignment with evolving state and federal guidelines. The safety and health of our athletes, staff, coaches and officials is of the upmost importance to the Kyrene Athletic Program.
We are proud to announce that students who are enrolled in Kyrene Digital Academy, will be allowed to participate in the Kyrene Athletics Program. K.D.A. students in grades 6-8 who live in the Kyrene School District boundaries will be allowed to participate in the Kyrene Athletics Program at the school within the school boundaries in which they reside. K.D.A. students who live outside Kyrene School District boundaries will be allowed to participate at Kyrene del Pueblo Middle School for the 2020-2021 school year.Kyrene offers both “cut” and “non-cut” sports for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Cut sports include Girls and Boys Soccer, Girls and Boys Basketball, Girls Volleyball, Co-Ed Cheer, Girls Softball, and Boys Baseball. The non-cut athletic opportunities include Co-Ed Cross Country, Wrestling, and Track and Field. All Co-Ed non-cut sport options can be taken for IB PE credit as a "zero hour" course for 6th and 7th grade students this year.The goals for every participant are:
- Physical skills necessary in the sport or activity
- An awareness of progressive skill requirements needed to continue in the growth of a specific sport or activity
- Respect for the efforts, abilities, and rights or others
- The awareness of leadership responsibilities in school, community, and life contacts, as well as on the field
- Active participation by all members of the team
Click on the sport link to be taken directly to the homepage for that particular sport. .
Fall Sports Coaches Cross Country Scott Hennings Meagan Mahaovich Varsity Boys Soccer Jorge Rubi JV Boys Soccer Albert Escobedo Varsity Girls Volleyball Nicole Konrad JV Girls Volleyball Stephanie Biles Winter Sports Wrestling Cheer Varsity Boys Basketball JV Boys Basketball Varsity Girls Soccer JV Girls Soccer Varsity Girls Softball JV Girls Softball Spring Sports Track and Field Varsity Boys Baseball T JV Boys Baseball Varsity Girls Basketball JV Girls Basketball