Hunter Sports: Elementary School Edition

The Elementary program is developmental, with an emphasis on learning the skills of the sport, sportsmanship and creating opportunities for Elementary school students to compete with classmates and/or teammates. The Hunter Athletics program is extra-curricular and is separate from the curricular Hunter Physical Education program.

Elementary School Athletics has two competitive teams for grades 3-6:
  • Cross Country (Fall)
  • Track-and-Field (Spring)
We will also offer weekend sports clinics in the fall, winter, and spring open to grades 3-6.

Registration For ES Athletics

You must complete a separate registration for each sport/clinic.
All payments will be due at the beginning of the season or clinic start date.
Registration link: Hunter Athletics ES Registration

Middle School Sports - Grades (6-8)

Middle school sports are open to students entering 6th grade only.
Click here for information on Middle School Sports.

Teams & Weekend Clinics (WC) (Grades 3-6)

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  • Hunter Sports Online

    Your child’s calendar, accessible upon login to My Hunter, will include practices or games of any current sport he/she is participating in.  You may also subscribe to a weekly “Sports Blast” email. Before each season the Sports Blast will list all information sessions and tryout dates.  You will find all documents and forms here as well.
  • Uniform and Equipment Fees

    To support the cost of the athletics program, a fee of $125.00 is collected by the coaches from each participating athlete at the beginning of the season to pay for all aspects of the program, including uniforms, league fees, and transportation. The check should be made out to HCHS.
  • Parent Support and Communications

    Parents are encouraged to attend their team’s competitions and support the team. The HCCS PTA Sports Committee arranges for each team to have a parent rep that helps facilitate quicker and more complete communication between the coaches and the parents, sending emails about game and practice schedules and locations, where needed, change in schedules, or other requests by the coaches.

    If your student cannot make a practice or game, the student and/or parent should inform the coach and/or parent rep. It is very helpful, especially in Middle School, to attempt to do both to make sure that the team knows of the absence.

Parent Consent and Medical Forms

Each athlete must submit a parental permission form. The parental form must be turned in for each sport.

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  • Coed Cross Country Team – Open To Grades 3-6

    Season runs from September – early November

    Practice: Thursday (3-4:30pm) and Saturday (9-10;30am)
    Tryout dates: ES Cross Country are Thursday Sept 13th from 3-4:30pm, Saturday Sept 15, and Thursday Sept 20. We will announce the team on Friday Sept 20th.

    *** If you make the team a separate registration is required at the USATF ($20.00)

    Meet schedule (tentative): weekends Sept 20 or 21, 27 or 28, Oct 3 or 4, 10 o 11 and Oct 17 or 18. The finals will take place in early November.
    (Students will be invited to attend Regional and nationals if they qualify)
  • Weekend Clinics

    Hunter Athletics ES will offer three sports – all four-weekend sessions.
    Our weekend clinics will offer a great chance to introduce and learn the sport, compete with classmates and soon to be teammates and train with varsity and middle school student -athletes. Open to all students of all levels – grades 3-6.

    Saturday Clinics - Fall dates
    Lacrosse – Four Saturday’s - Sept 22, 29, Oct 13, Oct 20 – 10:30am- noon.
    Volleyball – Four Saturday’s - Sept 22, 29, Oct 13, Oct 20 – 9-10:30am
    Fencing – Four Saturday’s - Nov 3, 10, 17 and Dec 1 – 1pm-2:30pm
    We will have a fencing competition in December vs. TBA schools.

    WEEKEND CLINICS – WINTER DATES (tentative)
    Fencing - Jan 19,26, Feb 2, Feb 9 - 1pm-2:30pm
    Basketball - Jan 20, 27, Feb 3, Feb 10 - Time TBA

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