Registration is now underway for LVSD winter sports!
Please carefully read this information regarding sign-ups --
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. The physical MUST be dated June 1, 2022 or after, be marked CLEARED, and signed as well as dated from the physician.
Physicals for winter sports must be uploaded, and Activity Fees Paid by November 10.
There are no Google Document sign-ups, the Arbiter Registration will serve as your sign-up for your team. You are not officially signed-up until you have everything in Arbiter Registration and your activity fee is paid.
7/8 Boys' Basketball, 7/8 Wrestling, JV/Varsity Basketball (Boys' and Girls'), Wrestling, Swimming (Boys' and Girls'), and Unified Bocce.
First day of practice for all winter sports is Friday, November 17. (Only athletes with approved physicals may participate on this day, and after).
First contest date: December 1.
Please sign-up by visiting Arbiter Registration to upload section 7 of your CIPPE form. To contact an individual coach please see the coaches' contact page.
**Please ONLY upload SECTION 7 of the PIAA CIPPE form, no other pages are necessary unless you were injured in a fall sport and returning to play, you'll need SECTION 9. There is no need to upload the entire physical packet. If it is your second season of the year, please keep your physical form (section 7) uploaded and upload section 8 (Parent/Guardian Recertification), and NO OTHER FORMS.
If you participated in a fall sport, you will still need to register for the winter sport, information should be saved in your account from fall to make your sign-up easier. Please make sure your newest physical (dated June 1, 2022 or after) is uploaded for any team you plan to sign-up for, as well as the SECTION 8 Form.
PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES OF THE ATHLETIC PROGRAM
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.
Brett Marabito, Acting Athletic Director
724-238-9531 extension 601 (office)
Below are links to various Athletic sites. These can also be access from the menu on the right side of this page: