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Annie Lori, a junior on the Hudson girls lacrosse team, had six goals during Hudson's 14-13 overtime loss to Chagrin Falls. After the first three games, she had 13 shots on goal, nine goals, three assists and two ground balls for the Lady Explorers.
Bo Lori, a senior attackman on the Hudson boys lacrosse team, had a team-leading 10 goals, five assists and five ground balls in his first four games. He had two goals and three assists during Hudson's 20-4 win over Walsh Jesuit.
Spring sports individual team meetings will be held Tuesday, March 11 at 6:45 pm in the following rooms:
Baseball - Media Center
Boys Lacrosse - Commons
Girls Lacrosse - A213
Softball - A214
Tennis - A215
Girls Track - C212
The $200 participation fee for spring sports is due no later than Monday, March 31. You can pay using My Payments Plus or by check payable to Hudson City Schools.
ATTENTION PARENTS: The online payment system is up and running. If your student participated in a fall sport, the $200 participation fee is due no later than Monday, December 2. If you would like to pay by check, please stop by the Athletic Office. Checks are payable to Hudson City Schools. Please allow us time to process the payment.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: If you purchased a Hudson Student All Sports Pass last season you can renew that same pass by bringing it to the Athletic Office beginning in August along with your check for $50 payable to Hudson City Schools. We can reactivate your old card and you will be ready to go for the 2013-14 school year for all your athletic events. Incoming freshman and new students can purchase a sports pass by stopping in the Athletic Office also beginning in August.
If you purchased student sports passes through a Booster Club Membership, you will need to reactivate your card through the Booster Club.
Hudson High is proud to announce the establishment of the Hudson High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Please click on the link below for more information and the nomination form.
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Explanation of Student Fees for High School and Middle School Sports
Who is required to pay the fee for sports?
All High School and Middle School students participating in sports are required to pay the fee.
What are the fees?
High School Students will pay $200 per sport.
Middle School Students will pay $100 per sport.
Family cap: $800 for sports.
When are the fees due? How do I pay? Where do I pay?
The fees are due prior to the first contest of the sports season. This may vary by sport. The checks are to be made out to the
If your athlete has already paid their pay-to-participate fee by check, the information has been recorded in the Athletic Office and the entry will show on the student's account at a later date.
Is there a family cap for fees?
Yes. The family cap is $800 per family. The district will keep track of the fees collected and will reconcile the fee information in a central database for High School and Middle School sports.
The fees help cover a portion of the actual cost of sports programs. Unfortunately, if a student fee is not paid, the student will not be able to participate.
Will refunds be given in certain circumstances?
Refunds will be provided for the following reasons: the participation numbers are insufficient to sponsor a team, the student does not make the team, the student moves out of district before the first contest or event, or the student experiences a season-ending injury as determined by a doctor. A refund for a season-ending injury will be pro-rated on the remainder of games left in the season. A student who quits the team, becomes academically ineligible, or is removed for disciplinary reasons will not receive a refund.
Who should I contact if I need more information?
Please contact Ray Ebersole, Athletic Director at email@example.com, or Superintendent Phil Herman at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Welcome to Hudson High School Athletics! Hudson High School is a Division I school and a member of the Northeast Ohio Conference. Hudson High School has 25 varsity sports and when combined with the freshmen and junior varsity levels, fields a total of 52 teams. Over 47% of our student enrollment participates in athletics. Hudson High School has been proud to field some of the finest teams in Northeast Ohio with many of our teams and individual athletes qualifying to compete in the Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships. Our high school teams are called the "Hudson Explorers" and the school colors are navy blue and white.
Attention high school graduates and future graduates!!! The NCAA has adopted new legislation that will require prospects who intend to enroll at the NCAA Division 1 and Division II institutions to supply ACT or SAT scores to the Clearinghouse directly from the testing agencies. TEST SCORES ON AN OFFICIAL HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT WILL NO LONGER BE USABLE FOR NCAA PURPOSES. Read more on this under "News and Views" behind the "General Information."
Please remember: THE OHIO HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION REQUIRES ALL STUDENT-ATHLETES TO HAVE A CURRENT PHYSICAL FORM AND THE OHSAA RELEASE FORM ON FILE IN THE SCHOOL'S ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO PARTICIPATION IN OR CONTESTS....
You must make sure the OHSAA Authorization (HIPAA) and OHSAA Student Code of Responsibility forms are signed and dated. These are located in the packet of the Physical/Family Medical History form that you can pick up in the Athletic Office or the Main Office. If you download or print these forms from the OHSAA web site or the Athletic web site under FORMS, you will have six (6) pages of forms that must be turned in prior to participation in athletics. All six pages must be turned in with the proper information and signatures in order for the physical to be valid.