Bay Girls Middle School Cross Country

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Bay High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 6th place

Saturday, September 5, 2015 9:30 AM Place 6 Points 167 Meet Recap Bay Girls XC finished 6th at The Avon Lake Earlybird at LCCC. Amanda Cusimano(5th) 20:11 led the Rockets followed by Olivia Bechtel(18) 21:27, Aubrey Crabb(41) 22:51, Audrey Goebel(51) 23:26, Meredith Garrity(56) 23:59, Christina Kinkelaar(62) 24:24, Olivia Dodd(65) 24:40, Abby Coe(66) 24:47, and Katherine

Bay High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 2nd place

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 4:30 PM Place 2 Points 47 Meet Recap Bay Girls Cross Country team finished 2nd in the Great Lakes Conference Preview Meet at James Day Park in Parma with 47 points. Final team scores: (1) Rocky River 24 (2) Bay 47 (3) Elyria Catholic (4) Holy Name 101 (5) Normandy 139

Social Media and the Impact it has on Athletes and Recruiting

Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern Head Football Coach and Positive Coaching Alliance Spokesperson,  spoke at an NFL Draft Event for the Chicago PCA Chapter.  Take a look at this impactful video on social media and the impact social media has on recruiting.  Pat Fitzgerald: “Social Media Can Make or Break You”  

Sports Physical and Concussion Forms

Your son or daughter will need an updated physical and signed concussion form in order to participate in a sport for grades 7 – 12.   Preparticipation Physical and Concussion Forms 2015-16

Great Lakes Conference Ticket Prices

Starting in the fall of 2015, Bay High School and Bay Middle School will begin athletic competition in the Great Lakes Conference.  The conference will feature the following high schools: Bay, Elyria Catholic, Holy Name, Normandy, Parma, Rocky River, and Valley Forge.  For the middle school level, the conference will feature Bay, Greenbriar, Hillside, Rocky

PCA and the Recruiting Process for Parents and Athletes

Mike Brey is the head men’s basketball coach at the University of Notre Dame. He led his 2014-2015 team to the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament. His success in South Bend includes leading nearly every one of his teams to post-season play and being named Big East Coach of the Year in 2007, 2008 and


 BAY ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT’S GAMEPLAN TO GIVE STUDENTS A POSITIVE SPORTS EXPERIENCE  Partnership with Positive Coaching Alliance aims to teach athletes how to score bigger goals than just on the sports field   Founded as a non-profit within the Stanford University Athletic Department in 1998, Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) is committed to providing all youth and