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Athletic Program

Registration is now underway for LVSD fall sports!
In order to participate on the first day of official practice for a sport, all athletes must have an approved physical (CIPPE) form section 7 in Arbiter Registration BEFORE the first practice. If it is not uploaded and approved, athletes may not participate.
First day of practice for football and golf: August 8, 2022
First day of practice for all volleyball, cross country, and soccer: August 15, 2022.
Please sign-up at the link below and visit Arbiter Registration to upload section 7 of your CIPPE form. To contact an individual coach please see the coaches' contact page.
Please sign-up by visiting the link for your sport and completing the Google document.
Fall sports physicals must be uploaded to Arbiter Registration by August 1, 2022.
JV/Varsity Volleyball:
Middle School football, girls' basketball and cheerleading: Please register through Arbiter Registration.
Girls' and Boys' Basketball, Swimming, Wrestling, Unified Bocce, and 7/8 Boys' Basketball: 
Now would be a great time to make sure you have your physical completed. Your physical must have been completed on June 1, 2022 or after. 
Winter sports dates--
First day of practice: November 17
First scrimmage date: November 24
First contest date: December 1
Sign-up links will be available on Arbiter Registration beginning October 1. 
Physicals must be completed, and Activity Fee must be paid by November 10 if participating in a winter sport.


The purpose of education is to develop each learner to his or her fullest potential.  Participation in athletics is one facet of the total education of a learner in the Ligonier Valley School District.  Athletic training and competition are intended to contribute to the overall physical, intellectual, and moral development of our learners.
To these ends, the interscholastic athletic program aims to:
  • Encourage learners’ self-discipline
  • Foster learners’ skills and talents.
  • Enhance self-concept through learners’ assumption of responsibility and achievement of goals.
  • Develop good sportsmanship and good citizenship
  • Promote the productive use of leisure time for worthwhile recreation
  • Teach problem solving within an ethical framework
  • Contribute to learners’ recognition of the worth and dignity of the individual and of the value of cooperation.
Joe Skura, Athletic Director
(724)-238-9531 extension 608  (office)
Below are links to various Athletic sites.  These can also be access from the menu on the right side of this page: