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Fathers Day Sale on the Sierra Online Store

With summer coming up fast on everyone we know that there is a need to get the father in your life a gift. Here at Sierra Athletics we suggest getting dad some Sierra gear so he is ready to take on games and events at Sierra! Use the code below to get 15% off a

Why all athletes must strengthen the neck

By Ken Mannie I learned about the importance of training the head and neck musculature early in my career. As a high school coach in the mid-1970s, our staff attended several spring football clinics at Penn State University. Dan Riley, who was the head strength and conditioning coach, would always emphasize strengthening the neck region

High school sports and activities play a profound role in developing young men and women

We communicate on smart phones, drive smart cars, make purchases using smart cards and even drink smart water. But, really, how smart are we? Between college admission and internet privacy scandals, sexual misconduct investigations, stolen trade secrets and the growing concern about how we communicate and connect with each other, technology seems to be outpacing

Reducing Risk in Sports: Managing asthma or other breathing problems

By Scott Sailor, EdD, president, National Athletic Trainers’ Association April 5, 2017 Many athletes of all ages encounter breathing difficulties during workouts, practice or sporting events. If you have asthma, there is no reason you cannot continue with your athletic career, just like the numerous well-known athletes who control their illness and continue to compete

THE ABUSE OF OFFICIALS IS DRIVING THEM AWAY

EDITOR’S NOTE: Opinions in this column do not reflect an official viewpoint of CHSAA. Warning: This column contains obscene language. Do you want to be an official? No? Why not? Maybe you don’t have enough time. Maybe you don’t think you’re qualified. Or maybe you don’t want to put up with the regular abuse you’ll have to

Study indicates higher injury rates for high school athletes who specialize in one sport

NFHS NOVEMBER 3, 2016, 9:17 AM   INDIANAPOLIS — A study conducted by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and funded by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Foundation revealed that high school athletes who specialize in a single sport sustain lower-extremity injuries at significantly higher rates than athletes

Vote for Sierra – Mile High Sports Prep Rally Poll

Vote for Sierra High School to win a $1,000 IKEA classroom makeover.  Follow the link below to vote for Sierra High School (4A classification). Vote daily and multiple times! IKEA Prep Rally Poll 2016

Fall Try-out/Practice Schedule – first week Aug. 15

Football Monday August 15th – Friday August 19th:     3:15-6:30  (student-athletes should meet in the weight room ready for workouts) Saturday August 20th: TBA Volleyball Monday, Aug. 15 thru Wednesday, Aug. 17 3:30 – 6:00 in the main gym Regular season practices: M-F 3:30 – 6:00   Boys Soccer 1st day of tryouts is Tuesday,

Where to get sports physicals

INTEGRITY URGENT CARE PHYSICALS – $30 Visit any Integrity Urgent Care from now until September 30th for an athletic physical and Sierra will receive $5 per physical.  See the attached flyer for details as well as the attached physical/medical history form. Integrity Urgent Care Physicals   Entrada 1740 Pepperwood Dr (Carmel MS) 719-344-6743 Open: 8AM