BOYS SOCCER TRYOUTS - MONDAY, MARCH 1, 2021

To all registrants at Marist HS for SOCCER BOYS for the 2020-2021 season:

Hi everyone,

 

 

I wanted to reach out as we approach next week's tryout regarding times and expectations.  By this time, anyone that hopes to tryout should have registered on the Marist 8to18 website (most did this last fall) and should have an up to date physical on file at Marist.  The times are as follows:

 

Freshmen Tryouts: Monday, March 1, 2:45-4:45 pm in the stadium (north end)

                                   Tuesday, March 2, 3:15-5:00 pm in the stadium (north end)

 

 

JV Tryouts: Sophomores should report unless Coach Maxwell told you otherwise

                                 Monday, March 1, 2:45-4:45 pm in the stadium (south side)

                                  Tuesday, March 2, 3:15-5:00 pm in the stadium (south side)

 

 

Varsity Tryout: Juniors and seniors should report in addition to anyone Coach Maxwell spoke to

                                  Monday, March 1, 4:30-6:30 pm in the stadium

                                   Tuesday, March 2, 4:30-6:15 pm in the stadium

 

 

The practices will start on Wednesday March 3.  The tentative schedule for the week follows:

 

Freshmen: Wed., March 3 6:00-7:45 am (gym or turf)

                    Thurs, March 4, 3:15-4:30 pm, Classroom 

                     Friday, March 5, 2:30-4:30 pm, middle 1/3 of stadium 

                     Sat., March 6, 12-2 pm, stadium

 

 

JV: Wed., March 3, 2:30-4:30 pm, middle 1/3 of stadium

      Thurs, March 4, 3-5 pm, small gym

       Friday, March 5, 3-5 pm, small gym or classroom

       Sat., March 6, 12-2 pm, stadium

 

 

Varsity: Wed., March 3, 6-7:45 am, gym or stadium, weather dependent

              Thur., March 4, 7-9 pm stadium

               Friday, March 5, 6-7:45 pm Midlothian complex

               Saturday, March 6, 7:30-9:30 am Midlothian complex

 

 

All practice times are subject to change and will be communicated to players by their coaches.  Teams will be chosen by Tuesday evening and communicated to players.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

 

 

Thanks and good luck,

 

Coach Maxwell

 

3/2/2021 8:00 PM

LIVESTREAM GIRLS BASKETBALL AT FENWICK - TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 2021 5:30 & 7:15

LIVESTREAM GIRLS BASKETBALL AT FENWICK

         TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 2021 5:30 & 7:15

GAME TIME

VARSITY: 7:15pm

JV: 5:30pm

 

FRESHMAN: 5:30 Lawless Gym

LIVE STREAM: The Varsity & JV games will be live streamed on Youtube. You can find the game here: YouTube Link

 https://www.youtube.com/fenwicktelevision

There will be no fans for visiting teams.

Go RedHawks!!

3/2/2021 7:30 PM

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS - MARCH 8 & 9

Monday, March 8th

 

ALL FRESHMEN

Check in: 7:45 AM

Tryouts: 8:00-10:15AM & 3:00-5:00PM

 

ALL SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, SENIORS

Check in: 9:30 am

Tryouts: 9:45AM – Noon & 6:00-8:15PM

 

Tuesday, March 9th

 

ALL FRESHMEN

Tryouts: 6:45-9:00PM

 

**Must be registered on Marist Athletic (8to18) Website to participate

**Bring court shoes and your own water bottle

**All CoVid protocols will be followed

**Any Changes to tryout schedule will be posted on Athletics website

3/9/2021 8:30 PM

News and Announcements

Marist Athletics Update : IHSA Board Announces Sports Schedule For Remainder of 2020-21

 

IHSA Board Announces Sports Schedule For Remainder Of 2020-21

 
 
Wednesday, January 27, 2021

The IHSA Board of Directors met for a special board meeting on January 27, 2021, where the Board provided an updated sports schedule and other guidance for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year.

“We understood the high level of anticipation surrounding today’s announcement, along with the scrutiny that will accompany it,” said IHSA Executive Director Craig Anderson. “Ultimately, the Board adhered to its stated goals throughout the pandemic: providing an opportunity for every IHSA student-athlete to compete safely this year and maximizing opportunities for traditional IHSA spring sports after they lost their entire season a year ago. I recognize that many schools and coaches could likely offer a tweak here or there that would have, in their opinion, made it ‘better’ for their school or sport. Our Board faced an impossible task with a litany of factors. They were conscientious in considering every possibility and I believe their decisions today are a positive step for the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of our students. We are excited to channel our energy into creating as many positive experiences for Illinois high school students as we can between now and the end of this extraordinary school year.”

The Board approved the following schedule for the remainder of the school year:

The Board is considering State Series competition for traditional IHSA spring sports only. Dance and cheerleading will be allowed to conduct virtual Sectional and State Final meets, as they will record their performances and submit them to be judged.

“The Board wants to do everything in their power to prevent spring sports from going two consecutive years with no postseason IHSA play,” said Anderson. “There are obviously no guarantees, as risk levels by sport and local region mitigation statuses will factor significantly. Postseason could mean being limited to a Regional or Sectional level of competition, but we have not ruled out the idea of playing a full state tournament in these traditional spring sports if possible. The overwhelming feedback we have heard from athletic directors and coaches was that returning to play in all sports should be the main goal.”

With the exception of football, which requires individuals to participate in practice on 12 different days, all sports will be required to hold practice on seven different days prior to holding a contest. Holding multiple practices on a date does not impact that timeline. If student-athletes transition from basketball or boys swimming & diving into football, they will need to participate in practice on 10 different days prior to their first contest. Winter sport contests could begin as early as today, dependent on when a school’s Region reached the appropriate mitigation status and when they began practices.

The IHSA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee (SMAC) issued a statement reminding all student-athletes, coaches, and schools on the importance of acclimatization:

"The IHSA SMAC reminds member schools that student-athletes may need additional conditioning in order to participate in a full schedule this season. In addition to season/practice requirements, care needs to be given to each student's individual acclimation as they return to play. When building schedules, attention needs to be given to academic pressure, changes from in-person to remote learning, changes between tiers of mitigation, time spent traveling to events, appropriate time to practice/learn the sport between games, etc. to ensure the student experience truly enhances the academic day."

IHSA guidelines require all student-athletes to participate in masks (with the exception of swimming & diving, gymnasts on an apparatus and outdoor events where social distancing can occur) and for all game personnel not participating in the contest to also wear masks and adhere to social distancing.

“We still have regions of the state that need to make strides in order be able to play basketball this winter,” said Anderson. “That underscores the importance of our schools following all the mitigations and precautions. We need to maintain a positive trajectory not only to get winter sports going, but to make sure we do not have any regions regress before spring and summer sports have their opportunity. We can all do our part by wearing a mask and socially distancing.”

The Board also agreed to consider other participation opportunities for a given sport, like basketball, if the sport is unable to be played in a specific region.

“We have said from day one that if and when we were allowed to play again this year, the situation would be fluid,” said Anderson. “We don’t feel great about the notion of some schools falling behind based on their Region’s status, but also recognize that we are running out of time and can’t afford to hold back the Regions that can play.”

In October, the Board ruled that students who play sports (football, boys soccer, girls volleyball) that were displaced from their traditional season could participate on high school and non-school teams simultaneously. The Board affirmed this position in Wednesday’s meeting with additional sports moving out of their traditional seasons, and also ruled that girls and boys basketball players will need to cease non-school team participation within seven days of their first high school game.

All sports that are out-of-season can conduct contact days through June 4. Contact days are limited to three days per week per sport with a maximum of six hours of contact per week with no interscholastic competition.

The IHSA Board of Directors issued the following statement on the day’s events:

“Unprecedented circumstances create extraordinary decisions. The IHSA Board of Directors faced one of the most difficult decisions in the Association’s 100-plus year history today. Please know that we did so with great diligence, empathy, and understanding. There were an immense number of factors that went into today’s decisions. We knew there would be obstacles no matter what we decided. Whether those hurdles included overlapping seasons for multi-sport athletes, equity between sports, preseason acclimatization guidelines, the prioritization of spring sports, facility conflicts for schools, officiating, and that is just naming a few. Please know that each potential roadblock was recognized and given consideration. The IHSA membership, like our state, is incredibly large and diverse. Each Board member brought different concerns to the table that impacted their own school or region differently. There was never going to be a one-size fits all solution to playing 25 sports seasons in a little over four months. What did occur was collaboration and camaraderie. Each Board member may not have been able to have all of their specific concerns addressed, but we worked together to produce a schedule and plan that we believe will work for our student-athletes.

 

Sport

IDPH Risk

Practices Start

Practice Dates
Before Games

State Series

End Date

Boys/Girls Basketball

Higher

ASAP

7 dates

No State Series

March 13

Boys Swimming & Diving

Lower

ASAP

7 dates

No State Series

March 13

Dance

Lower

ASAP

7 dates

Virtual (2/27 & 3/6)

March 13

Cheerleading

Lower

ASAP

7 dates

Virtual (3/6 & 3/12)

March 13

Boys/Girls Bowling

Lower

ASAP

7 dates

No State Series

March 13

Girls Gymnastics

Lower

ASAP

7 dates

No State Series

March 13

Badminton

Lower

ASAP

7 dates

TBD

April 3

Boys Soccer

Moderate

March 1

7 dates

No State Series

April 17

Football

Higher

March 3

1st Game March 19

No State Series

April 24

Girls Volleyball

Moderate

March 8

7 dates

No State Series

April 24

Boys Gymnastics

Lower

March 15

7 dates

TBD

May 22

Boys/Girls Water Polo

Moderate

March 15

7 dates

TBD

May 29

Baseball

Lower

April 5

7 dates

TBD

June 19

Boys/Girls Lacrosse

Higher

April 5

7 dates

TBD

June 19

Girls Soccer

Moderate

April 5

7 dates

TBD

June 19

Softball

Lower

April 5

7 dates

TBD

June 19

Boys Tennis

Lower

April 5

7 dates

TBD

June 19

Boys/Girls Track & Field

Lower

April 5

7 dates

TBD

June 19

Boys Volleyball

Moderate

April 5

7 dates

TBD

June 19

Wrestling

Higher

April 19

7 dates

No State Series

June 12

 
 
 
 
 
 

01/23/2021

Photo Gallery

  • Marist football players signed letters of intent on National Signing Day 2020. Pat Coogan commits to University of Notre Dame and Jovan Marsh commits to University of Wyoming
  • Marist football players signed letters of intent on National Signing Day 2020. Pat Coogan commits to University of Notre Dame and Jovan Marsh commits to University of Wyoming
  • Camryn Hannah led Marist to three straight Class 4A State Appearances, wining titles in 2017 and 2018 and adding 3rd Place in 2019
  • Marist wrestling alumni proudly display IHSA State trophies during Marist Mega Duals on December 15, 2018
  • Varsity baseball wins IHSA Class 4A Sectional Championship defeating Providence Catholic 9-5  on June 1, 2019
  • Baseball Teammates join NLI signees November 13, 2019. Brett Freiberg (Rock Valley Junior College), Dane Thomas (Wright State University) and Will O'Boyle (North central College)
  • Baseball Teammates join NLI signees November 13, 2019. Brett Freiberg (Rock Valley Junior College), Dane Thomas (Wright State University) and Will O'Boyle (North central College)
  • Marist student-athletes signed Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers in college. Pictured from left to right: Mairead Boyle, Volleyball, Western Michigan; Mia Crotty, Softball, Wisconsin Oshkosh; Brianna Brown, Softball, University of Pennsylvania; Maddie Arundel, Volleyball, Ferris State; Camryn Hannah, Volleyball, Clemson; Dane Thomas, Baseball, Wright State; Brett Freiberg, Rock Valley Junior College, Will O'Boyle, Baseball, North Central College.November 13, 2019
  • Girls Freshman Basketball Team 2018-2019
  • Varsity Wrestling Team 2018-2019
  • Girls varsity Basketball Team 2018-2019
  • Girls Varsity Basketball Team 2018-2019
  • Seated from left: Lexi Voss (softball, University of Michigan), Michael Leveille (wrestling, Purdue University), Justin Janas (baseball, University of Illinois at Urbana), Katie Mather (volleyball, Loyola University Chicago) Standing from left: Molly Sullivan (swimming, St. Ambrose), Cassie Lindmark (softball, University of Kentucky), Maria Castaldo (soccer, University of Tennessee-Martin), Angela Zedak (softball, Northwestern University), Jessica Balich (softball, Iowa State University), Madison Garofalo (softball, University of Wisconsin—Platteville), Kelly Walinski (softball, Northern Illinois University), Mattie McCabe (volleyball, Grand Valley State University), Max Malley (baseball, University of Evansville), Jack Brannigan (baseball, University of Notre Dame), Wendell Smith (baseball, Morehouse College), Jason Hodges (baseball, University of Arkansas), and Kendall Ewell (baseball, Eastern Kentucky University
  • Softball heading to East Peoria for State Championship
  • NSD 2017 Elijah Hynes family and Coach Sefcik signing with Concordia baseball.
  • NSD 2017 David Tischina with family USF Coach Joe Curry and Coach Dunne signing with St. Francis football.
  • NSD 2017 David Regan with family and Coach Maxwell signing with UW Platteville soccer
  • NSD 2017 Tommy O'Mara with family and Coach Dunne signing with Western Michigan football.
  • NSD 2017 Rob Topps III with family and Coach Dunne signing with Kansas University football.
  • NSD 2017 Billy Kuduk and Coach Dunne signing with Kansas State football
  • Micah Awodiran with family and Coach Dunne signing with Yale football
  • Marist seniors signed LOI February 1 to continue their student athletic and academic careers. (Seated l to r) David Tischina - University of St, Francis football, Micah Awodiran - Yale University football, David Regan - UW Platteville Soccer, Elijah Hynes - Concordia baseball, Robert Topps III - Kansas football, Billy Kuduk -Kansas State football and Tommy O'Mara -Western Michigan football. Congratulations to all!
  • Girls Varsity Bowling Team 2016-2017
  • Boys Varsity Bowling Team 2016-2017
  • Boys Varsity Basketball Team 2016-2017
  • Girls Varsity Basketball Team2016-2017
  • Hannah Tapling signs letter of Intent with Texas A & M University to continue her academic and Equestrian career in college on November 9, 2016
  • Marist Seniors sign LOI to continue their academic and athletic careers in college. Seated l to r ; Caily Landers, Julia Ruzevich, Claire Austin, Kate Ruzevich. Standing l to r Matt Donahue, Hannah Tapling, Maddie Dunterman, Alexis Rogers and Colin Pfotenhauer
  • Marist athletes sign LOI on National Signing Day November 9, 2016
  • Maryclare Leonard competes at IHSA Sectional en route to 2016State Finals
  • PHOTO: Marist seniors signed to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level at a ceremony April 13. They are (seated from left) Maggie Murphy, Alexis Jones, Madeline McHugh, Emily Reilly, Paige Egan (second row) Kyle O’Farrell, Haley Belcik, Amanda McIlhany, Gabby Moran, Ben Chaffee, Aaron Kummer, (third row) Zach Sefcik, Jack Snyder, Patrick Bradford, Michael Burcl, and John Carmody.