Athletic Program

Sports Offered

Fall:           Volleyball & Soccer 
Winter:       Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Nordic Skiing, Alpine Skiing, Gymnastics, Wrestling, Boys swim & Dive, Hockey, and Dance Team
Spring:       Boys Baseball & Girls Softball, Track and Field, Tennis - Boy's , Lacrosse Girl's & Boy's, Golf, and Badminton

The following documents need to be completed and submited to the athletic director or advisor in order for students to partipate in any try-outs or athletic activities. 

Middle School Soccer

 

Practice Start Date: September 5

Game Dates: September 22, 26, 29; October 4

Tournament Dates: October 6, 11, 13,

Championship Date: October 16 (5:30pm)

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Anthony Middle School Athletics

 

Our sports at Anthony Middle School offer a winning combination of athletics, support and mentorship.

Anthony Middle School has more than 100 student-athletes who compete on three boys and three girls conference sports.

Most importantly, our coaching staff has a huge impact on the success of Anthony athletics and its students. Anthony coaches develop individual and team skills, offer advice and mentorship on and off the court, and stress a lifelong appreciation of sports and competition.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding our sports program at Anthony Middle school please contact the Athletic Director, Ryan Lamberty. If you are looking for sports schedules and information you can view them at the following web link.
http://www.mplsmiddleschoolathletics.org/
 
Thank you,


 
Cornelius M Bishop

Athletic Advisor

Phone: 612-668-3240

Fax : 612-668-3250

Email: Cornelius.Bishop@mpls.k12.mn.us

 

 

 

Behavior Code

We Ask That All People Who Attend Minneapolis Public Schools Events

  v  Recognize the abilities of the participants and do not expect professional levels of performance.

  v  Encourage and support participants without trying to be coaches.

  v  Exhibit a high level of self-control and respect towards officials, coaches and other participants and their parents.

  v  Come to events chemically-free.

  v  Respect the tobacco-free policy of the Minneapolis City Conference Schools.

  v  Behave in an appropriate manner.

  v  Respect and Support the Decisions of the Officials.

  v  Discourage the inappropriate behavior of others.

  v  Be a positive role model!