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Basketball Game Schedule

Boys JV game for Jan. 14th is canceled.

Buses are only provided for Varsity Teams for games @ Chief Sealth or Ingraham High School

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GAME SITE ADDRESSES

Chief Sealth High School

2600 SW Thistle St, Seattle, WA 98126

Franklin High School

3013 S Mt Baker Blvd, Seattle, WA 98144Ingraham High School

1819 N 135th St, Seattle, WA 98133

Jane Addams Middle School

11051 34th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125

SPORTS OFFERINGS:

Winter Sports – Registration is now closed for Winter

Girls Basketball

  • Practices will be Tuesday & Fridays
  • 3:55 PM – 5:15 PM

Boys Basketball

  • Practices will be Mondays & Thursdays
  • 3:55 PM – 5:30 PM

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Spring Sports March 2023 – June 2023

Girls Volleyball

  • Tuesday & Thursday

Boys Soccer

  • Tuesday & Thursday

Co-Ed Track

  • Tuesday & Thursday


Practices are held twice a week after school until 5:15 or 5:30 PM depending on the coach. All games will be on Saturdays at various location throughout Seattle.

During the sports season, all student-athletes will.

· Follow the expectations outlined by coaches.

· Complete weekly grade and citizenship checks with all teachers, with a ‘C’ or better in each class.

· Demonstrate good sportsmanship and represent Mercer well.

In order to be eligible for initial Varsity Selection students must have all required forms as detailed below. Late registrations will place participants on the Junior Varsity team but will have opportunity to move up to Varsity during the season.

Required Documents:

1) Registration on FinalForms

  • Registration is valid for one school year only
  • Find FinalForm instructions HERE

2) Physical Form – signed and dated by a medical professional

Physical Forms are good for two years
Physicals may be turned in by one of the following ways:

  • Upload a copy on FinalForms when registering
  • Submit a hard copy to main office
  • Email a copy to the AD – jpbautista@seattleschools.org
  • Fax to: 206-252-8001

**A student-athlete MAY NOT participate on any Mercer Sports Team if any of the above information is missing or not current.

SPORTS PHYSICAL VS. ANNUAL PHYSICAL: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

Every year, parents flood medical offices for a last minute sports physical so their child can participate in team sports. Many adolescents and their parents believe that a sports physical is equivalent to an annual physical, but this is not true. The sports physical is designed to clear an athlete for participation in sports while the annual exam includes much more.

What is a sports physical?

A sports physical is different than the annual physical because it focuses on reviewing your child’s current health status and medical history to ensure that your child is healthy enough to play his or her sport. Your physician will review any preexisting injuries and assess your child’s current fitness level to determine that there is no risk for your child playing his or her sport. The areas of focus during your child’s sports physical typically include:

  • Height and weight
  • Vision and hearing
  • Heart health
  • Blood pressure
  • Muscle and bone health, flexibility and strength

What is an annual physical?

An annual physical is different from a sports physical because it not only focuses on the physical health of your child but the developmental, emotional and social aspects of your child’s health as well. Your physician will focus on the overall health of your child by doing a complete physical examination and go over your family’s medical history to make sure preventative health measures are in place if necessary. Annual visits are also an important way for your medical provider to develop a healthy and trusting relationship with your child. The areas of focus and topics discussed during your child’s annual exam should include those listed above from your child’s sports physical, plus the following:

  • Health history
  • Immunization
  • Lab work, if needed
  • Behavioral and developmental screening, if needed
  • Nutrition and sleep habits
  • Preventative health
  • Adolescent issues

Can the sports physical and annual physical done in the same visit?

Yes! Many primary care doctors prefer to perform both a sports and annual physical at the same visit. Plan ahead and make your child’s appointment soon. When was the last time your family had a health physical?

Can physicals be done at Mercer?

Yes! For information go to : https://neighborcare.org/clinics/neighborcare-health-mercer-middle-school