Update: Tryouts Monday, February 27 to Wednesday, March 1.
Thursday, March 2, as needed tryout day
Tryouts are for both A and B team (number dependent)
3:30-5:00 PRA HS grass field
*please email Coach Eric Wolf ( ) if you have questions.
Season Feb. 27 - May 12
Parent information Meeting 3/1/23 @ 5:30 HS Commons
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Please email Danna Jenkins for registration questions ( )
Click the "Activity Registration" Tab near the top of this screen to begin the registration process.
Please bring a check/cash to the first day of tryouts/practice in order to participate. If writing a check please put in the memo line your athletes' name and sport. MS athletic fees are $100. Please bring a check/cash to the first day of tryouts/practice in order to participate.
In 2022: A Team final record 9 wins and 3 losses (Finished #3 in league tournament)
In 2022: B Team final record 5 wins, 2 losses, and 1 tie.
please use this linkto answer a few questions about your playing experience.
Notify Me! Button (Top Right of PRA Athletics Web page)
If you have a Middle School Student Athlete and want to be able to get notifications of game & practice changes, sign up through the "Notify Me!" button. Here you can choose all the sports that you wish to receive notifications from. You will use the same email/log in that you used when creating your rschools account. Once you have this set up, you also will have the option to download an app (called Activity Scheduler ) to your phone. This is utilized throughout Middle and High School Athletics.
Tournament seeding will be as follows:
9 Team league, 1 division, play everyone 1x to count towards league standings
A Team Tournament: XC, Volleyball, Boys Soccer, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Girls Soccer, Boys Baseball
All sports will be seeded by team records as follows:
Top 6 with best league win/loss record will go to each tournament (*If all teams do not player each other, win percentage may be a determining factor)
Quarterfinals on Monday - Higher seed hosts (#9 - No game, #7 vs. #8 - Consolation, #6 vs. #3, #4 vs. #5 Bye - #1 & #2
Single site on Wednesdays for Both A/B with two gyms. Semifinal #1 - Winner of #6 vs. #3 plays #2, Semifinal #2 - Winner of #4 vs. #5 plays #1
B Team Tournaments (basketball and volleyball only):
Record based seeding will be used in the same way as indicated for A Team
Home games/Contests/Meets = dress up! Slack with button up shirt with collar. Extra additions might be a tie or sport jacket. Appropriate length Skirt or dress with a collar, pencil skirt, dress slacks, button up shirt with collar.
Away Games= Jersey, Team shirts and dress code Pants.
*If a home game falls on a Saturday, Students will still be expected to dress up that Friday.
PRA way 100% of the time & follow MS School Policies
Add value and leadership within the classroom
Be a positive role model for those around you and on your team
Always be uplifting
Be trustworthy, have Integrity & selflessness and show perseverance
Take accountability when not following the above.
Be accountable for your missed work if you leave early for a game.
Use study hall to complete work and get ahead
Eligibility is a CHSAA policy
If you have 2 or more Failing grades you cannot participate from Tuesday to Tuesday.
The eligibility report is run at Tuesday 10am.
As a family, Please Check Infinite Campus (IC) together Weekly
A typical week for our soccer program is M,W,F practice 3:30 - 5pm with games on T,Th.
Players need to make two full practices in a week to be game eligible for the following week.
Academic Eligibility: PRA MS soccer players are student athletes and their studies must come first. Students with two or more failing grades are ineligible to play. Student grades are pulled each Tuesday and players that are not eligible due to grades lose eligibility until grades are pulled the following Tuesday. Players need to communicate with the coaches if/when they need to attend office hours.
Players need to come prepared for soccer, including cleats and shin guards as well as a full water bottle. Spring weather is unpredictable so players need to come prepared with appropriate athletic wear for the weather. Players should always have a pair of tennis shoes in the event that poor weather makes us practice indoors.
If you're interested in playing a college sport, at the 8th grade level is the perfect time to start having those discussions with your parents and discussing what division you'd like to play for? There is a lot of research that you can do to find out exactly what is needed and when if you're looking to be a collegiate athlete.
One common myth is that you need to go to a big school to be recognized. There are many things that college recruiters look at. Listed below are a few of the things they are looking for:
-Leadership/Interviews with teachers/Coaches. An athlete that can help build a sustainable winning culture. A student athlete that can be a great classmate.
-Character Development. More and more they aren't just looking for someone who can put up points, but someone who's a good person and well rounded.
-Multi Sport athlete- building of alternative skill sets, often more athletic avoids injury and burn out.
NCAA Eligibility Center: Here you can create a profile. It's a great time to start collecting information, video and building authentic accolades.
NCAA Sport Specific Recruiting Information