WITH THE START OF FALL PRACTICE RAPIDLY APPROACHING, AS IN, THIS COMING MONDAY, A REMINDER TO WAYNESVILLE STUDENT ATHLETES COMING INTO THE 7TH AND 9TH GRADES, AND NEW STUDENTS TO THE DISTRICT, THE WAYNESVILLE R-6 REQUIRES A PARENT-ATHLETE MEETING AND THIS YEAR IT IS VIRTUAL…..
THE WAYNESVILLE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT WILL POST A VIRTUAL PLATFORM FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS TO
VIEW INFORMATION REGARDING MSHSAA, NCAA, WAYNESVILLE R-VI SCHOOL AND ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT GUIDELINES AND POLICIES FOR THE 2021-22 SCHOOL YEAR. ALL 7TH GRADE AND 9TH GRADE STUDENT
ATHLETES ARE REQUIRED TO VIEW THE VIDEO WITH A PARENT/GUARDIAN. VIEWING AND VERIFYING YOU
HAVE WATCHED THE MEETING AND UNDERSTAND ALL OF THE INFORMATION INCLUDED IS MANDATORY FOR
PARTICIPATION. THIS VIDEO WILL NEED TO BE VIEWED BEFORE THE ATHLETE CAN COMPETE IN THE FIRST
GAME, MATCH, OR CONTEST. THE FOCUS OF THE MEETING CONCERNS ELIGIBILITY, SPORTSMANSHIP, THE
STUDENT-ATHLETE CODE OF CONDUCT, AND PARENT-COACH COMMUNICATION.
A LINK TO THE VIDEO IS ON THE WAYNESVILLE ATHLETIC DEPT. WEB SITE…WWW.WAYNESVILLETIGERATHLETICS.ORG
CONTACT TIGER ATHLETICS
DAY 2 OF 3 FOR THE FREE SPORTS PHYSICALS FOR WAYNESVILLE STUDENT ATHLETES BEGINS AGAIN TODAY FROM 5-6:30 AT MERCY MEDICAL IN ST. ROBERT…….
TODAY, THOSE WITH LAST NAMES BEGINNING WITH I-P will be given the free physicals,
AND THURSDAY, FOR LAST NAMES BEGINNING WITH Q-Z…..
In order to comply with social distancing at Mercy: you will check in, be screened, give them your cell phone number and return to your vehicle or parking lot to wait until they call you to come in for your physical.
All athletes must have a physical dated after Feb. 1, 2021, on file at the athletic office before the first day of practice. Middle school athletes should turn their physical forms into the nurse at the middle school. A parent signature will be needed on the physical form or a parent must be present for the exam.
in case you have not heard, the Ozark Conference is growing.
Starting this school year, which again is just around the corner, the Bolivar Liberators will become the 11th, full-time member of the conference.
The move helps the Liberators find a home after two years playing as an independent once their old conference, the COC Small, dissolved.
last year, the Ozark Conference saw Bolivar and Central swap its football affiliations for the upcoming season with the Liberators joining the conference and the Bulldogs becoming an independent.
this fall, bolivar will be at waynesville 5 times…
they’re here august 31st for boys soccer…
sept. 2nd the liberators play tennis in tiger town…..
the lady liberator volleyball team comes in on sept. 14th…..
the football liberators are in town oct. 1st and the lady liberator softball team plays the lady tigers in town on oct. 5th, just before the start of districts…
the other fall sports, cross country, girls golf, and boys swimming, they’ll see bolivar at the conference tournaments, or could see them in various meets or invitationals during the season…..
THE WSR YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUE ARE TAKING IN A SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS GAME LATER THIS MONTH AND ARE IN THE MIDST OF SELLING TICKETS, OR MAKING THEM AVAILABLE TO THE LOCAL AREA…
THE WSR YOUTH LEAGUE WILL SEE THE DOUBLE “A” CARDINALS AUGUST 22ND AGAINST THE WICHITA WIND SURGE….CURRENTLY, PLAYERS ARE SELLING TICKETS FOR $14 DOLLARS, OR TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED AT WAYNESVILLE CITY HALL…..
THE 2 TEAMS THAT SELL THE MOST TICKETS WILL GET TO GO ON THE FIELD AS A TEAM, AND THE TEAM THAT SELLS THE MOST WILL GET A PIZZA PARTY, COMPLIMENTS ON WSR YOUTH SPORTS..
THAT GAME IS ALSO HIGHLAND DAIRY DAY AND ALL KIDS GET FREE ICE CREAM SANDWICHES BEFORE THE FIRST PITCH, AND KIDS ALSO GET TO RUN THE BASES AFTER THE GAME….FIRST PITCH THAT SUNDAY IS SCHEUDLED FOR 5:05……..
ALL MONEY FROM THIS FUNDRAISER WILL GO TOWARDS BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL EQUIPTMENT……
mike shannon and john rooney bring us a not so good redbird outing with atlanta..
Rehabbing St. Louis Cardinals righty Miles Mikolas allowed just a single run over 4.2 rehab innings and Luken Baker continued an incredible stretch with two more home runs in an 11-4 Springfield Cardinals win over the visiting Tulsa Drillers on Tuesday at Hammons Field. The win was the third in a row for the Cardinals.
Baker’s blasts came in the fourth and eighth innings and gave the big first baseman his third multi-homer game in the last six games. Baker also doubled, finishing the night 3-for-5 with three runs and five RBIs.
Mikolas struck out three in the start, allowing four hits and a walk. Also in Springfield on rehab, RHP Daniel Ponce de Leon was credited with the win, allowing three runs on two hits and a walk over 1.2 innings, striking out one.
Dylan Cease allowed one hit in six scoreless innings, matching a season high with 11 strikeouts, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Kansas City Royals 7-1 on Tuesday night. Tim Anderson and Andrew Vaughn homered for A.L. Central-leading Chicago, which had dropped 3-of-4 at fourth-place Kansas City last week.