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Co-Directors of Athletics

James Ingalls   email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   phone: 754-2500 ext 225

Chris Wenworth email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   phone: 754-2500 ext 223

Athletic Announcements:


Fall sports begin practice 8/17/17

*All incoming freshmen and returning players need up to date 

sports physicals (within the last 2 yrs ) in order to practice.There

will be no exceptions.


 Online Registration Instructions for Lake Region Union High School Athletics


Welcome to the new online registration software hosted by FormReleaf for Lake Region Union Athletics!  We hope you will find this new process simple, convenient, and time-saving!

Step 1: Click “Sign Up” in the bottom left-hand corner

Create an account (Same account can be used to register multiple student athletes under the same guardian)

Step 2: Login to FormReleaf with the account you just created

Step 3: Under “Programs” at the bottom of the page, click on the “2017-2018 Athletics Registration” link

Select the appropriate sports

Complete all of the required fields (* indicates that the field is required)

When all required fields are complete, click “Submit” in the lower right-hand corner

When you have successfully completed the online registration process, you will receive a confirmation email



Fall Sports Practice times:

Girls Soccer Practice Schedule:

8/17- 8a.m-10 a.m.

8/18- 8 a.m.-10 a.m.

8/21- 8 a.m.-10 a.m.

8/22- Girls Varsity Scrimmage home vs. Burke Mtn. Academy 4:30 p.m.

8/23- 4-6 p.m.

8/24- 4-6 p.m.

8/25-4-6 p.m.

Boys Varsity and JV Soccer Practice Schedule:

8/17- 6-8 p.m.

8/18- 6-8 p.m.

8/19: Scrimmage at Belmont, NH  11a.m.

8/21-8/25: 6-8 p.m.

Boys and Girls Cross-Country Practice Schedule:

8/21-8/25         4:30-6:30 p.m. (First practice 8/21)


Boys and Girls Golf Practice Schedule (All practices at Orleans Country Club):

8/17-8/18: 3:30-5:00 p.m.


  *All athletic schedules are subject to change.*

 For printable schedules click the links below:

Fall Sports Schedules

2017 Boys Varsity and JV Soccer Schedule

2017 Girls Varsity and JV Soccer Schedule

2017 Boys and Girls XC Running Schedule

2017 Boys and Girls Golf Schedule

Winter Sports Schedules

Boys Varsity and JV Basketball Schedule

Boys JVB Basketball Schedule

Girls Varsity and JV Basketball Schedule

 Girls JVB Basketball Schedule

Wrestling Schedule

Indoor Track Schedule

Spring Sports Schedules

Varsity Baseball Schedule

Junior Varsity Baseball Schedule

Varsity Softball Schedule

Varsity Girls Tennis Schedule

Outdoor Track and Field


Offered Sports


FALL SPORTS Girls' Soccer JV/ Varsity, Boys' Soccer JV/ Varsity, Girls' Cross Country Running JV/ Varsity, Boys' Cross Country Running JV/ Varsity, Boys and Girls Varsity Golf

WINTER SPORTS Girls' Alpine Varsity (independent), Girls' , Girls' Basketball JV/ Varsity, Boys' Alpine Varsity (independent),  Boys' Basketball JV/ Varsity, JV/Varsity Wrestling

SPRING SPORTS Girls' Softball JV/ Varsity, Girls' Track & Field JV/ Varsity, Girls' Tennis JV/ Varsity, Girls' Softball JV/ Varsity, Boys' Track & Field JV/ Varsity,

Student Athletic Assistants - Students can assist the athletic program in many different ways. Newspaper stringers, photographers, managers, field and gym setup, and basic operations. See the athletic director for these particular responsibilities.


Athletic Digest

Lake Region Athletic Policies Digest

Coach Requirements

Coaches Requirements

A. All coaches must travel to and from out-of-town contests on school transportation.

B. All coaches must submit in writing, to the Athletic Director their own team rules and expectations. This must be done one week prior to the opening contest. Teams and parents will be issued these rules.

C. All coaches are responsible for enforcing all of the rules/regulations and others established by him/her.

D. ASEP Training

Hazing Policy

Hazing and Eligibility


"Hazing" is defined as any willful act done by a student whether individually or in concert with others to another student for=the purpose of subjecting that student to humiliation, intimidation, physical abuse or threats of abuse, social or other ostracism, shame or disgrace for the purpose of pledging, being initiated into, affiliating with, holding office in, or maintaining memberships in any school district sponsoring organization whose members are not include other students.

Reporting procedures:
Any person who believes he or she has been the victim of hazing are any person with knowledge or evidence of conduct which may constitute hazing shall report the alleged acts immediately to a school administrator or the superintendent

The building principal is the person responsible for receiving reports at the building level. Any person may report hazing directly to a school administrator or to the superintendent.

Teachers, administrators, volunteers, contractors, or other employees of the school district shall be particularly alert to possible situations, circumstances, or events that might include hazing. Any such person who receives a report of, observes, or has other knowledge or evidence of conduct, which may constitute hazing, shall inform the building principal immediately.

The school district will take appropriate action against any student, volunteer, contractor, or employee or the school district who a good faith report of alleged hazing. Retaliation includes, but is not limited to any form of intimidation, reprisal, or harassment. Eligibility

Students must meet the following the criterion to be eligible for an extracurricular activity or interscholastic athletics.

A. Must be a bonafide student at Lake Region Union High School. B. Must be carrying a minimum of 5 units of credit for the school year or its equivalence. C. Students may participate with one "F". D. Any student participating in "co-curricular" activities with one "F" will be evaluated at mid-quarter progress (4 to 5 weeks). It a student's grades have not improved from "F" status in any subject, then that student will be removed from that program. E. Fourth quarter grades will count toward fal participation for grades 10, 11, and 12.

Coaches have the responsibility to check grades at midterm and again when report cards are issued.


A Note to Parents

A Note to Parents

Welcome to the interscholastic athletic program at Lake Region Union High School. The coaches and I are pleased that you have decided to participate in one of the many interscholastic programs offered here at our school. We certainly hope it will be an enjoyable experience for you.

Please remember that participation in athletics is a privilege and with this privilege go certain responsibilities to your school, your team, and to the community. Our expectation here at Lake Region is that good sportsmanship will be displayed at all times. Respect all coaches, officials, and opponents. High School athletics is a valuable component of education, and I hope you will find your experience here at Lake Region Union High School rewarding and enjoyable.

Please take time to read the athletic digest carefully, it provides you with very important information regarding the rules and regulations of the athletic program. Please fill out all necessary paper work with your coach and make a the commitment to the sport in which you have chosen. If you have any questions in regards to our athletic program, please contact me at school. Have a great season.

Sincerely, James Ingalls and Chris Wentworth Co-Directors of Athletics

Rules & Regulations

Rules and Regulations

The importance of enforcement of the following rules and regulations should be apparent. The safety and welfare of the student is our major consideration

All incoming freshmen, athletes must have a physical examination prior to any participation. This includes all Practices.

VPA Insurance Coverage forms must be completed and turned into the Athletic Director before actual contact. This is mandatory.

A student may not play interscholastic sports if: He or She has reached the age of 19 He or she has already participated in interscholastic sports for eight semesters. (This includes exchange students.)

Smoking, drinking, and all other substance abuse is completely prohibited.

Violation of training rules will result in the following consequences as stated below.

First Offense: Two week long suspension from games. May attend practices only. The students will be required to participate in a social rehabilitation program.

Second Offense: Suspension from all related team-group activities, and a continuation in rehabilitation program.

Third Offense: Immediate suspension from all co-curricular activities. All rights forfeited for the remainder of the school year. The students will continue to participate in a rehabilitation program.

Safe forms and other required information must be handed in at the beginning of the school year.

School equipment checked out by the student athlete is his or her responsibility. The loss of any equipment is the athlete's financial obligation going to and returning from all contests. Only under extreme and extenuating circumstances, will any team member be excused in a return trip. This must be clear. All team members must travel to and from out-of-town contests in transportation provided by the school. They will remain with the their team and under the supervision of the coach while attending sporting event unless written communication with the athletic director has happened 24 hours prior to the date. Coaches will enforce.

No team member will be excused to any other adults excluding their parent or guardian.

Students who will participate in an event scheduled that day of evening must be in school the day of the event. (Friday for a weekend event) If an athlete is to ill to attend class, they are too ill to participate in athletics. Extenuating circumstances will be considered by administration.

Student athletes are expected to attend school for following an athletic event. Failure to meet this policy will result in a suspension from the following contest.

General conduct in school activities shall be such as to bring no discredit to athletes, school, team, or parents and community. Flagrant violations of inappropriate behavior or use of obscene and profane language is totally unacceptable. Appropriate disciplinary action will be taken.

Athletes are expected to dress neatly when traveling to out-of-town contests. The athlete is representing the school, his/her parents and community.

All regular school bus rules will be followed including use of food, noise, remaining in seats, care and respect for bus equipment and its driver.

Athletes will respect the property of schools when they are playing or visiting both at home and at away games.

An unexcused absence from practice may give cause for a player to be suspended from the squad for the next contest. Tutoring by a teacher must take precedence over practice and should not be considered an "unexcused absence".

Violations of the above rules may result in disciplinary action of up to and including team and school suspension and probation or other action as directed by the administration. "Unless otherwise stated, any athlete who quits a team after the first game or meet or is dismissed for disciplinary reasons may not participate in any other athletic program during that season.

Under extenuating circumstances and agreement of both coaches and athletic director, an athlete may be granted permission to participate in any other program.

Students may wish to participate in intercollegiate athletic activities upon completion of high school. In order to be academically eligible the NCAA requires certain minimums on high school core courses; grades and SAT/ACT standardized test scores. It is also necessary for high school students who wish to compete in Division I or II college athletics to complete NCAA Clearinghouse forms. Forms are available in the guidance office or the activities office. It is the responsibility of the student to monitor his/her status with regard to meeting NCAA requirements.

VPA Eligibility

Vermont Principals' Association

Rules Governing Eligibility

The following eligibility rules and activities policies apply to all students, boys and girls, in grades seven through twelve. These rules and activities policies apply to all activities, both athletic and non-athletic, sanctioned or sponsored by the Vermont Principals' Association. Waiver requests on the grounds of undue hardship must be submitted through the headmaster, Waiver requests will not be considered regarding age requirements.

Contestants or participants must be bonafide students in their schools. Students may only compete on school teams sponsored by their own school during the season.

Transfer students are eligible at once provided they were bonafide students in the school from which they transferred according to the definition in item 1 above. If the transfer is the result of any coercion, recruiting or inducement to move in order to participate in interscholastic activities, students will be ineligible for a period of 365 calendar days from the date of the infraction.

A student who competes in any VPA-sanctioned activity must be under nineteen (19) years of age, except that a student whose nineteenth birthday occurs on or after August 1 is eligible for all activities in the ensuring school year. Students who have attained the age of nineteen prior to august 1 shall be ineligible for all VPA-sanctioned activities.

Students are ineligible if they have graduated from any course of study in a secondary school comparable to the Vermont system.

Students have four consecutive years or eight semesters of eligibility for participation in school activities. Attendance of thirty school days of any semester shall be regarded as a semester. Attendance is defined as being included in the official roll and attendance records of the school and not physical presence in the class. A student who is enrolled for his/her eighth and final semester of eligibility during the fall/winter term may complete the winter sports season as long as he/she is an eligible student and has not graduated.

Students are ineligible if they have lost their amateur standing; i.e. they have accepted remuneration, gifts or donations directly or indirectly for participation in an athletic contest.

Students who lose amateur status in one sport do not lose it in others.

Students enrolled in Vermont high schools under the auspices of recognized foreign and domestic exchange programs should be evaluated by the headmaster under existing local school and PCSA eligibility standards. It is the policy of this organization to prove foreign exchange and domestic exchange students with equal access to all activities, Students with equal access to all activities. Students in recognized foreign and domestic exchange programs who are bonafide, full-time students studying for credit toward a high-school diploma (or comparable certificate) shall be eligible to compete, provided only that they meet the same eligibility rules as all others students.

In a Sports season, players who have participated in practice or competition as a member of a school group shall not practice or compete as members of a non-school organized group in the same sport. Violation of this rule will be handled as follows:

For the infraction, a warning to students will be given that the choice of participation in one or the other group must be followed.

For the second infraction, the student will be dropped from the school group.

No school shall permit students to enroll in the winter activities until the fall activity in which they are participating is concluded and they have had the required seven day rest period between the sports seasons. No student shall enroll in the spring activity until the winter activity in which they have been participating is concluded and they have had the required seven day rest period between sports seasons.

Eligibility rules and activities policies apply to all activities, both athletic and non-athletic. Questions on eligibility or requests for waivers should be directed to the Athletic Director.

NCAA Eligibility

NCAA and Collegiate Eligibility

Students may wish to participate in intercollegiate athletic activities upon completion of high school. In order to be academically eligible the NCAA requires certain minimums on high school core courses; grades and SAT/ACT standardized test scores. It is also necessary for high school students who wish to compete in Division I or II college athletics to complete NCAA Clearinghouse forms. Forms are available in the guidance office or the activities office. It is the responsibility of the student to monitor his/her status with regard to meeting NCAA requirements.

Athletic Physicals

Lake Region's interscholastic sports programs requires a "Well Exam" as opposed to a "sport physical" as recommended by the Vermont Principals Association, the VT Departments of Health and Education, the American Academy of Pediatrics and other professional organizations interested in student health.

Lake Region will continue to require a physical (now called a "Well Exam") every two years. If your child's current physical on file is a "sports physical" and less than two years old, you will not need a "Well Exam" until it is no longer current (older than 2 years)

Please don't hesitate to contact us or the Health Office (ext. 318) if you have any questions.

James Ingalls and Chris Wentworth

Lake Region Union High School
317 Lake Region Road
Orleans, Vermont 05860

School Phone Numbers
754-2780 (fax)
754-2500 (voice mail)
754-2500 extension 224 or 119

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