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Winter Sports Season is Around the Corner: How to Register and What to Consider


Winter sports are opening for sign-ups this month. Students can sign up for sports such as wrestling (both girls and boys), swimming (girls), basketball (both girls and boys) and hockey (boys through D11).
Firstly, to sign up for this season winter sports, a student should complete an online registration form linked here:
After completing that part, one should make payment at the Business Office and bring receipt of payment to the Athletic Office for a yellow clearance card and blue card. Lastly, athletes will give the clearance card and blue card to their coach on the day of tryouts.
After completing those steps, one should be able to participate in their chosen winter sports.
However, it is important to remember that being part of any sport is a big responsibility, as Mr. Porter, Coronado’s athletic director, said, “[Students should be willing] to be dedicated enough to themselves and their team mates . . . keep their grades up . . . Remember athletics and activities are a microcosm of life, these are all the things successful people do in life, just in a different setting.”
The Cougar Daily wishes students a successful and fun season!

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