Hello Log College families,

Though school begins on August 24, you can begin planning for the athletic season in advance.


In order for 7th/8th grade students to participate in our athletic program, each child must have the following completed and submitted prior to the first day of tryouts (tryouts typically begin during the first or second week of the school year). 

PIAA sports physical

  • All students must have a completed PIAA physical (dated after June 1, 2023).  

  • Sections 1 to 5 within the PIAA sports physical packet must be completed and signed by a parent or guardian. Section 6 must be completed by an authorized medical examiner (family doctor, urgent care, minute clinic). You can ignore pages 7-8. Page 9 is only for students participating in wrestling during the winter season. The physical forms can be downloaded from the link - PIAA Physical Form - Updated 3/22/23

  • You may visit any of the Liberty Urgent Care Locations between now and the start of the Fall season, and they will honor our district’s price of $20.

Concussion Test completion 

  • Concussion tests are a baseline assessment that helps our coaches ensure the concussion safety of our students as they participate in sports throughout the season. 

  • Within the first few school days, each team will host an information session after school (from 3:00-4:15 p.m.).  Concussion testing will be completed during these sessions. 

  • Following the session, late buses will also be available to return students home, or you may pick up your child. 

Sports Seasons:


Football, Field Hockey, Volleyball, Soccer (Boys), Cheerleading (Football, Boys Basketball.)


Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball, Wrestling


Baseball, Softball, Girls and Boys Track, Soccer (Girls), Coed Tennis and Coed Lacrosse.

Additional Notes:

  • As the first week of school becomes nearer, we will share specific dates and meeting room numbers.

  • Additional information can be found by visiting our website: LCMS Athletics

  • Mr. Conor Corey, Athletic Director:

Academic Eligibility:
You must pursue a full-time curriculum defined and approved by your Principal.

You must be passing at least four full-credit subjects, or the equivalent, as of each Friday during a grading period. If you fail to meet this requirement, you will lose your eligibility from the immediately following Sunday through the Saturday immediately following the next Friday as of which you meet this requirement.

You must have passed at least four full-credit subjects or the equivalent during the previous grading period, except that eligibility for the first grading period is based on your final grades for the preceding school year. If you fail to meet this requirement, you will lose your eligibility for at least 15 or 10 school days of the next grading period, beginning on the first day that report cards are issued. If your school has four grading periods, you will be ineligible for at least 15 school days; if your school has six grading periods, you will be ineligible for at least 10 school days.

We look forward to an excellent athletic season!


Mr. Golderer