It’s Hoops Time!
The Alameda Education Foundation is proud to sponsor Middle School Sports at Lincoln, Wood, the Academy of Alameda and NEA/ACLC. This popular program started in the 2008-2009 school year and includes volleyball (fall), basketball (winter), and track & field (spring). This winter, we are happy to welcome Bay Farm School’s 6th graders to the program!
AEF’s Middle School Sports program not only gives 6th - 8th graders the opportunity to train and compete for their schools, it supports valuable life skills of sportsmanship, goal-setting, and discipline. Student athletes must adhere to academic and conduct guidelines established by the school sites.
Student athletes contribute a fee to help sustain the program. For the 2012-2013 school year, that fee will be $50 per student per sport. However, no student will be turned away for financial reasons. Please talk to your school coach for more details.
Student fees pay only a portion of the costs, however. AEF is actively seeking donations and grants to sustain this vital program. There is no district funding for middle school sports.
Note: There are no fees for tryouts, however, the authorization and medical forms are required to tryout – reference the MSS Athlete Packet below, pages 3 and 5 must be completed and returned to your coach.
- Middle School Sports Student Participation Packet
- Middle School Sports Fee Reduction Request Form
- Middle School Basketball Rules and Regulations
- Middle School Basketball Schedule 2012-2013
*Admissions: $3.00 Adults, $2.00 Students
*Admissions to games help to defray the expense of game officials
For more information, contact your school site coach:
THE ACADEMY OF ALAMEDA
|Scott Tay (boys)||email@example.com|
|Rico Cintron (boys)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ashley Black (girls)||email@example.com|
|Alyssa Lund (girls)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
ACLC/NEA MIDDLE SCHOOL
|Stan Vidalis (boys)||email@example.com|
|Brandi Castillo (girls)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
LINCOLN MIDDLE SCHOOL
|Anthony Corpuz (boys)||email@example.com|
|Dee Bonino (boys)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dan Reynolds (girls)||email@example.com|
WOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL
|Jim Hartwig (boys)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Stephen Gatehouse (girls)||email@example.com|
MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL – SCHEDULE OF GAMES – 2013
B Teams - games start at 4PM sharp
* WOOD Boys will start with the A team at 4PM and conclude with the B team
January 8 (Tue) – Boys – Wood at Lincoln
January 9 (Wed) – Girls – Lincon at Wood
January 10 (Thu) – Boys – ACLC/NEA vs Academy (at the Boys’ and Girls’ Club)
January 11 (Fri) – Girls – Academy at ACLC/NEA
January 15 (Tue) – Boys – Lincoln vs ACLC/NEA (at the Boys’ and Girls’ Club)
January 16 (Wed) – Girls – ACLC/NEA at Lincoln
January 17 (Thu) – Boys – Academy at Wood
January 18 (Fri) – Girls – Wood at Academy
January 22 (Tue) – Boys – Wood vs ACLC/NEA (at the Boys’ and Girls’ Club)
January 23 (Wed) – Girls – ACLC/NEA at Wood
January 24 (Thu) – Boys – Academy at Lincoln
January 25 (Fri) – Girls – Lincoln at Academy
January 29 (Tue) – Boys – Academy vs ACLC/NEA (at the Boys’ and Girls’ Club)
January 30 (Wed) – Girls – ACLC/NEA at Academy
January 31 (Thu) – Boys – Lincoln at Wood
February 1 (Fri) – Girls – Wood at Lincoln
February 5 (Tue) – Boys – Wood at Academy
February 6 (Wed) – Girls – Academy at Wood
February 7 (Thu) – Boys – ACLC/NEA at Lincoln
February 8 (Fri) – Girls – Lincoln vs ACLC/NEA (at the Boys’ and Girls’ Club)
February 12 (Tue) – Boys – Lincoln at Academy
February 13 (Wed) – Girls – Academy at Lincoln
February 14 (Thu) – Boys – ACLC/NEA at Wood *
February 14 (Thu) – Girls – Wood vs ACLC/NEA (at the Boys’ and Girls’ Club) *
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