• BASEBALL

    The varsity and junior varsity teams are looking for quality student athletes to continue the proud tradition of Oredocker baseball. Students who possess knowledge and skills in baseball are encouraged to tryout. If you have a desire to learn, work hard, and improve your skills, then the Oredocker baseball program is right for you.

    *Attendance at tryouts is required to be a part of the team, unless excused due to an injury, illness, or a school sponsored activity. Tryouts often take place during spring break, please plan accordingly.

    GRADES: 9-12

    NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 30-36

    PRACTICES: Daily, as determined by the coaching staff

    LENGTH OF SEASON: Mid-March until the first week or so in June

    TYPES OF ACTIVITIES: 20 game schedule and the WIAA tournament series

    HEAD COACH: Chris Kempf

    ASST. COACH: Cole Miller

     

    BOY'S GOLF

    If you take golf seriously but still know how to have fun, you may want to join the Oredocker golf team. We have a very competitive team that should have a good showing in the LSC and the WIAA playoffs.

    GRADES: 9-12

    NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: TBD

    PRACTICES: Daily as determined by the coaching staff

    LENGTH OF SEASON: Last week of March until the first week of June

    TYPES OF ACTIVITIES: TBD

    HEAD COACH: Darryl Penner

     

    GIRL'S SOCCER

    Join the most popular sport and get your kicks by playing for the Oredocker girl's soccer team. We have a very competitive varsity and junior varsity program. This exciting sport may be what you're looking for. The varsity team will play about 22 games.

    GRADES: 9-12

    NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: Unlimited

    PRACTICES: Daily as determined by the coaching staff

    LENGTH OF SEASON: Mid-March to the first week of June  - depending on tournament play.

    YPES OF ACTIVITIES: Approximately a 22 match schedule and the WIAA Tournament series

    HEAD COACH: Jonny BeBeau

    ASST. COACH: TBD

     

    GIRL'S SOFTBALL

    What a hit you'll make if you become a member of this very exciting game of softball. Fast pitch is growing in popularity in all areas of the state. Dust off the ‘ol glove and spikes and get yourself to the field. You just may wind up as a member of the Oredocker softball team.

    GRADES: 9-12

    NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24-36

    PRACTICES: Daily as determined by the coaching staff

    LENGTH OF SEASON: Mid-March until the first week of June

    TYPES OF ACTIVITIES: A 20 game schedule and the WIAA Tournament series

    HEAD COACH: TBD

    ASST. COACH: TBD

     

    BOY'S TENNIS

    If you love being outdoors and hitting the tennis ball around, you may find this activity to your liking. Test your serving and volley skills with your classmates at the nets at AHS. Lots of chances to play in singles and doubles competition.

    GRADES: 9-12

    NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: Unlimited

    PRACTICES: Daily as determined by the coaching staff

    LENGTH OF SEASON: End of March until the first week of June

    TYPES OF ACTIVITIES: A 14 match schedule and the WIAA Tournament series

    HEAD COACH: Bob Graf

     

    BOY'S TRACK

    Run your fastest, jump your highest, and throw the shot and the discus as far as you can. Track has long been one of the most popular participating activities at AHS. If you are a determined person who likes to set personal goals with your athletic ability, join the tracksters.

    GRADES: 9-12

    NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: Unlimited

    PRACTICES: Daily as determined by the coaching staff

    LENGTH OF SEASON: End of March until the first week of June

    TYPES OF ACTIVITIES: TBD and the WIAA Tournament series

    HEAD COACH: Clay North

    ASST. COACH: Quinn Hobbs

     

    GIRL'S TRACK

    Track and Field is an exciting sport that involves a variety of events requiring running, throwing, and/or jumping. Running events take place around a 400 meter track and include short sprints, middle distance, and distance races with some races requiring jumps over hurdles. Athletes may compete individually or on a 4-person relay team. Field events take place simultaneously in areas adjacent to the track. Throwers compete to throw a weighted implement (shot put or disc) the farthest. Vertical jumps take place over a cross bar. Horizontal jumps are run down a runway with contestants landing in a sand pit. Speed, stamina, strength, strategy, and good technique are all necessary to be a good track athlete. A team score is determined by adding up the points earned by a team's entries in each event.

    GRADES: 9-12

    NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: Unlimited

    PRACTICES: Daily as determined by the coaching staff

    LENGTH OF SEASON: Early March until the first week of June

    TYPES OF ACTIVITIES: TBD and the WIAA Tournament series

    HEAD COACH: Clay North

    ASST. COACH: TBD

     

    AMS Spring Sports:

     

    Volleyball

    Length of Season: February - March

    Coach: Debbie Thurber