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Family, Fans, and Fun Define STM Athletics

We have athletic programs for all students to enjoy. We believe that athletics teach students valuable lessons in sportsmanship, leadership, teamwork, and competition. Even better, STM has a proud tradition, making it even more fun to pull for your child’s team.

FALL SPORTS REGISTRATION BEGINS JULY 11:
Football grades 3-8 (closes 8/1 at 11:59 pm)
Developmental girls basketball grades 3-5 (closes 8/1 at 11:59 p.m.)
Varsity girls basketball grades 6-8 (closes 8/1 at 11:59 p.m.)
Cross Country grades 5-8 (closes 8/22 at 11:59 pm)
Swimming grades 5-8 (closes 8/22 at 11:59 pm)
Tennis grades 5-8 (closes 8/22 at 11:59 p.m.)

All athletes in grades 3-8 must have a completed athletic packet. Click here to download the STM athletic packet.. The STM athletic department will be offering an athletic physical day in the STM Gym on Saturday, August 6. More information on the physical day and a sign up link will be emailed out later this month. Football and girls basketball practices will begin on August 9.

The STM football teams in grades 3-8 will be merging with Most Blessed Sacrament.  More information on practice dates, times and locations will be sent out once registration is closed.

Family, Fans, and Fun Define STM Athletics

We have athletic programs for all students to enjoy. We believe that athletics teach students valuable lessons in sportsmanship, leadership, teamwork, and competition. Even better, STM has a proud tradition, making it even more fun to pull for your child’s team.

When and Where to Sport Our Blue and Gold

Boys Basketball - November through February

DRIBBLE, SHOOT AND SCORE

While we may be far from dunking, there’s no doubt that STM Basketball is high-flying and quick to move the ball up and down the court. Our coaches are committed to teaching the game and preparing our teams to play their best in tournaments, in our gym and any gym.

Go to our school's Facebook page to find the Live Stream event pages for each of our home games.

Should you have any questions, please contact Ryan Empson.



Cheerleading

CHEER FOR THE BLUE AND GOLD

Take school spirit to new heights as part of the cheerleading squad. At STM, there’s a lot to be proud of, so get fired up, tell other teams to bring it on, and rally the school together under our three letters.

We have three cheerleading squads – third and fourth grade, fifth and sixth grade, and seventh and eighth grade. Tryouts are not required for any of the three squads.

The third and fourth grade squad cheers at home and away football games. The fifth and sixth grade squad cheers at home and away football games. While both fifth and sixth graders cheer at the football games, only the sixth grade cheerleaders cheer at home CSAL girls and boys basketball games. The seventh and eighth grade squad cheers together at home and away football games as well as home CSAL girls and boys basketball games.

The 7th and 8th grade squad participates in a variety of other events throughout the year such as summer cheer camp, a Christmas or Mardi Gras parade and at school assemblies (like Red Ribbon Week) and pep rallies.

Cross Country - August through October

RUN TOGETHER

Students in Grades 5-8 are invited to join the Cross Country Team in the fall to develop skills and stamina through long-distance running. Student athletes work toward personal records (PRs), always pushing themselves and teammates to be the best they can be. Students compete individually and as a team.

Should you have any questions, please contact Jason Hugenroth.

Football - August through first week of November

WHERE EAGLES MEET THE GRIDIRON

Lace up, take the field, and wear the STM on your helmet with pride. STM Football knows a thing or two about touchdowns, so join the football team, learn the Xs and Os, and compete with area schools. And parents, our friendly community is close-knit, so you’ll enjoy the weekend game day experiences, too.

Should you have any questions, please contact Ryan Empson.

Girls Basketball - August through October

TAKE THE COURT

It’s so much more than shooting hoops. Girls basketball is fast-paced and competitive so there will be no shortage of excitement at game time. Learn the fundamentals, play against other schools in the area, and take your best shot at winning the big trophies at local tournaments.

Should you have any questions, please contact Ryan Empson.

Girls Soccer - November through January

GIRLS GET THE BALL ROLLING

From after-school practices to games on the pitch, Girls Soccer at St. Thomas More is a competitive, well-rounded introduction to soccer. This sport is a great chance to learn new skills, make new friends and score a few goals in the process. No matter the experience level, athletes will get the opportunity to play against other schools in the area as they collectively develop into proficient, passionate players.

Golf - March and April

COME DRIVE, CHIP, AND PUTT

At this time, BREC is not hosting a middle school golf league due to COVID restrictions within their staff and program. Should this change, we will send out more information.

Swimming - August to October

Eat, Sleep, Swim, Repeat

Students in grades 5-8 will be able to participate in swimming this year.

Should you have any questions, please contact Ryan Empson.

Tennis - September and October

LET THE RACKET DO THE TALKING

Students in Grades 5-8 may participate in Tennis for this Fall.

Should you have any questions, please contact Ryan Empson.

Track and Field - February through May

GO FOR THE GOLD

Track and field is open to boys and girls in grades 5-8. Contact Coach Jason Hugenroth for more information or with questions.

Coach: Jason Hugenroth

Volleyball - March through May

Bump, Set, Spike

We are excited to offer co-ed intramural volleyball for boys and girls in 3rd and 4th grade this year. Games will be played on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings in March and April. We will schedule 6-8 games for the kids and mix in practices as well. The combining of grade levels will depend on the number of students who sign up from each grade. Coaches will be former volleyball players and parent volunteers who will focus on the basics of volleyball. The program will be led by Ms. Kimberly Ashmore, an STM alum and former volleyball coach here at STM. More information on practices and game formats will be sent out after registration closes.

Volleyball is offered for girls in grades 5-8. Developmental volleyball is for grade 5 only, while grades 6-8 are at the varsity and junior varsity levels.

Should you have any questions, please contact Ali Buchart.

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