WINTER SPORTS TRYOUT INFORMATION
Winter Sports Registration is open!
The online registration process must be complete prior to the first day of tryouts of your respective sport on 8 to 18.
An athlete cannot participate in any practices or tryouts without a complete physical on file. Physicals should be brought to the Athletic Office as soon as possible.
The regular school physical for all freshman will cover the athlete as long as it does not expire during the athletes' sport season and is marked for inter scholastic sports.
Please be sure to use the same login information for summer and regular season registrations.
Girls Basketball - Head Coach Jeff Kelly, email@example.com Tryout dates, 11/4 and 11/5-Varsity gym 2 3:30pm-6pm, Sophomore gym 2 5:30-7:30, Freshmen field house court 1 3:30pm-5:30pm
Boys Basketball - Head Coach Matt Manzke, firstname.lastname@example.org. Tryout dates 11/11 Varsity gym 1 8am -10am, Sophomore field house court 1 3:30pm-6pm, Freshmen gym 1 3:30pm-6pm. 11/12 Varsity gym 1 3:30pm-5:30pm Sophomore/Freshmen field house court 2/3 3:30pm-5:30pm. 11/13 Varsity gym 1 3:30pm-5:30pm Sophomore/Freshmen 3:30pm-5:30pm field house 2/3.
Girls Bowling - Head Coach Theresa Udziela, email@example.com. Tryout dates, 11/18 and 11/19. 3:30-5pm, meet by the main gym by the PE locker rooms.
Boys Bowling - Head Coach John Cullnan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Swim - Head Coach Mike Forsythe, email@example.com Tryout dates, 11/25 and 11/26 3:25pm-6pm and 11/27 2:30pm-5:45pm-meet in the pool.
Wrestling - Head Coach Shawn Forst, firstname.lastname@example.org. No tryouts, first day of practice is 11/11 9am-11am-meet in gym 4.
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Oak Forest Athletic Philosophy
The overall program of interscholastic athletics at Oak Forest High School is a fundamental component of the total educational structure. While competitiveness is desired, our primary objective as educators is to help our student-athletes acquire important skills that will help them to be successful in their adult lives.
Oak Forest Coaches Personal Philosophy
As coaches, we center our focus on the process of winning, not just winning.
Together, coaches and athletes in a productive athletic department should project an image of courteous competitors who embrace challenge, enjoy the progression, win with modesty, handle defeat with poise, and promote their sport.
Coaches continually strive to serve as positive role models who display a depth of knowledge in their respective sport and strive to continue to learn throughout their whole career. Great coaches are those who show strong leadership, ethical behavior and a comprehensive approach in developing their athletes.