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Shasta High Athletics

Shasta High School offers a comprehensive athletic program for all students who meet physical examination and academic eligibility requirements.  Our school has a great tradition of excellence in athletics.  Since 1904, Shasta has won many league, section, and Northern California championships.

Shasta is currently a member of the Sac River League.  Other league schools include Enterprise, Foothill, Red Bluff and West Valley.

 

General Information

Most of the athletic teams hold tryouts prior to the start of the season (games). The try out period will vary from sport to sport. Information regarding tryouts is made available in the daily bulletin and sometimes by signs posted around school.Generally, freshmen boys and girls participate on freshmen teams when they are available. Sophomores compete on junior varsity teams when they are offered. Juniors and seniors make up varsity teams. When only one level of competition is offered, all grade levels may try out and be a part of the team. When only two levels are offered (junior varsity and varsity), freshmen and sophomores make up the junior varsity team and juniors and seniors make up the varsity squad. Sometimes, coaches will move athletes up to higher levels. This is usually done after the coaches of the higher level have discussed the move with the administration, the lower level coach, and the parents of the athlete.

 

Fall Sports

  • football (open to boys and girls)
  • volleyball
  • cheerleading
  • cross-country (seperate boys and girls teams)
  • swimming (separate boys and girls teams)
  • girls’ golf
  • girls’ tennis.

Football and volleyball have three levels of teams, freshmen, junior varsity and varsity. Cheerleading, cross-country and swimming has junior varsity and varsity levels. Golf and tennis have varsity only competition.

 

Winter Sports

  • Basketball (separate boys and girls teams)

  • Traditional Competitive Cheer, non tumbling (Varsity girls)

  • wrestling (boys and girls)

  • boys’ soccer

  • girls’ soccer

  • ski/snowboard (boys and girls)

Basketball has three levels of teams, freshmen, junior varsity and varsity. Cheerleading, wrestling, boys and girls Soccer has two levels of competition, junior varsity and varsity. Ski/snowboard is only a varsity level team.

 

Spring Sports

  • Baseball
  • softball
  • track and field (boys and girls)
  • boys’ golf
  • boys’ tennis
  • Competitive Sport Cheer, stunt (Varsity girls)

Baseball, softball, and track and field have two levels of competition, junior varsity and varsity. Golf and tennis have varsity only teams.

 

Athletic Administrator:

Heath Bunton

530-241-4161 ext. 15507

hbunton@suhsd.net

 

Athletic Director:

Brian McIntire

530-241-4161 ext. 15506

bmcintire@suhsd.net

Team Sports PE Waiver

Athletic Clearance Application

Please complete the following athletic clearance packet in order to try out or participate in any sport.Turn in your completed packet to Barb Allpress in the main office. You will then need receive a blue card form Ms. Allpress that will need to be completed. 

Athletic Clearance Packet

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