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Athletic Registration

There are two steps that must be completed before
participating in ANY try-out or practice at LMS

1.  Get a completed physical from a medical doctor, dated
     after April 15th of 2019.  
2.  Complete and submit to the Athletic Office the MHSAA Physical and Consent Form
Please complete each field of the document. The form is invalid if all fields are not complete including signatures of parent/guardian and student.

**A prospective athlete is required to see a physician and receive a physical exam and clearance in order to be eligible for athletic teams in the 2019/2020 school year.

Here are a few options if you are unable to see your physician:

  • attend the annual physical event on Wednesday, July 24th at the HS $25
  • schedule an appointment with the onsite RAHS Health Clinic (734) 714-9509
  • visit an Urgent Care/Walk-in clinic in the area

6th grade students can compete in the following sports:
Fall Cross Country
Fall Sideline Cheer
Winter Competitive Cheer
Winter Wrestling 
Winter Swim 
Spring Track

MS Athletic Fee: $100. The fee is a one time fee for the school year.
($50 for students receiving free or reduced lunch, please complete the verification form).
MS Fee Online Payment a bank card, credit card or E-check is available. 

Athletic Office Hours:
Submit MHSAA Physical and Consent Forms
8:30 am-12:00 pm or 1:00-4:00 pm
The athletic office is closed July 1-July 26 and will reopen on Monday, July 29.
The athletic office is located behind the high school and across from the football field entrance.

The completed MHSAA form can be scanned and sent to
The MHSAA form that is incomplete will be rejected and will make your child ineligible to tryout until completed. Please submit the form fully completed.

Coaches are unable to accept the MHSAA form.

MS Cross Country Summer conditioning begins Monday, June 17 at 8:00 at Rolling Hills Park

All athletes thinking about running cross country in the fall are encouraged to attend Cross Country Summer Conditioning.  Cross Country is a sport that involves distance running and usually takes place on courses through the woods and on the grass. 6th, 7th and 8th grade athletes run races that are 2 miles long. Each athlete is different and new runners will have time to build up to these distances if they need to.  Summer Conditioning is a great way to build up endurance and be ready to race when the season starts in August. There is no fee to participate, just come with a positive attitude and be ready to run. We will meet at the pavilion behind the water park (second right in the traffic circle).  We will take the week of the 4th of July off with no group practice that week but all are encouraged to run on their own. 

Dave Caine, the HS distance coach and Boy’s Cross Country, Coach Lisa Brower, HS Girls Cross Country, and Jenny Guziel, MS Cross Country will be working with both middle school and high school athletes all summer. For more information email Coach Caine at
Football Camp
4th-8th Grade
July 29,30 and 31st Noon-4 pm $20
Football Practice Fields behind the Middle School
Youth Football Camp Registration