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Coyotes Prepare for Competition

The fall sports teams have been working hard since August 9 as they prepare for upcoming events. Interest was strong in the fall teams, and the Coyotes will offer five teams across three sports in the fall season: Junior Varsity and Varsity Girls Volleyball, Varsity Boys and Girls Cross Country, and Varsity Boys Soccer, all of which will compete in the NCL II league.

Varsity Girls Volleyball attended a jamboree and will begin official play Tuesday, August 31 at the Rio Lindo tournament. JV Girls Volleyball will open their season against St. Vincent de Paul High School on Thursday, September 2. 

The Varsity Cross Country team is competing at the Rancho Cotati Invite today, and Varsity Boys Soccer will travel to Tomales High School to open league play on Wednesday, September 8.

Sign Up for Winter and Spring Sports
The fall sports teams have been working hard since August 9 as they prepare for upcoming events. Interest was strong in the fall teams, and the Coyotes will offer five teams across three sports in the fall season: Junior Varsity and Varsity Girls Volleyball, Varsity Boys and Girls Cross Country, and Varsity Boys Soccer, all of which will compete in the NCL II league.

Varsity Girls Volleyball attended a jamboree and will begin official play Tuesday, August 31 at the Rio Lindo tournament. JV Girls Volleyball will open their season against St. Vincent de Paul High School on Thursday, September 2. 

The Varsity Cross Country team is competing at the Rancho Cotati Invite today, and Varsity Boys Soccer will travel to Tomales High School to open league play on Wednesday, September 8.
 
Sign Up for Winter and Spring Sports
This form will help us determine which sports students are interested in playing. This will help us with planning as we look to the winter and spring seasons. Once a student signs up, we put them on the interest list and then communicate with students and families about key information (schedules, tryouts, equipment, forms required, etc.)

Please note that some of our sports have a lot of interest and a competitive tryout process.  Other sports have plenty of space and often have athletes who are newer to the sport.

Fall sports (started August 9): Varsity Boys Soccer, Varsity Boys and Girls Cross Country, and Junior Varsity and Varsity Girls Volleyball (teams already selected and practicing/competing)

Winter sports (start date Monday, November 1): Varsity Girls Soccer, Varsity Boys Basketball, Varsity Girls Basketball 

Spring sports (start date Monday, February 7, 2022): Varsity Girls Lacrosse, Varsity Boys Lacrosse, Varsity Boys and Girls Track and Field, Varsity Boys Baseball, Varsity Boys and Girls Tennis
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