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Winter Sport Coaches High School - Boys’ Basketball– Scott Hamilton Asst. Boys’ Basketball Coaches Winter Sport Coaches High School - Boys’ Basketball– Scott Hamilton Asst. Boys’ Basketball Coaches Jay Guth, Zach Sterry JV Boys’ Basketball Coach – Tad Davis Freshman Boys’ Basketball Coach – Mason Willeke Cheerleading – Viann Watkins - Girls’ Basketball– Heidi Roush, Connie Doutt JV Girls’ Basketball Coach – Julie Studer Vol. Asst. – Alissa Munro - Bowling– Roger Long Asst. – Jeff Stehle & Jason Whitesel Swim Coach – Brock Spurling Swim Coaches – Kayla Heimann & Rob Roth Wrestling Coach – Andrew Heath JV Wrestling Coach – Jeff Meyer Asst. – Dave Smith

Junior High School Athletic Director – John Watkins 7 th Grade Boys Basketball – Junior High School Athletic Director – John Watkins 7 th Grade Boys Basketball – Kevin Morrow 8 th Grade Boys Basketball – Buck Morton 8 th Grade Girls Basketball – Elaine Mc. Quillen 7 th Grade Girls Basketball – Jay Schmidt Swimming – Pat Cannon, Amy Elgin, & Kim Perkins Wrestling – Ryan Oliver, Gabe Benjamin Cheerleading – Alicia Bailey

Athletic Office (419) 884 -2101 Tricia Brown. Secretary Genner Feucht. Athletic Trainer Jaana Motton. Athletic Office (419) 884 -2101 Tricia Brown. Secretary Genner Feucht. Athletic Trainer Jaana Motton. Athletic Trainer

2017 -2018 Student – Athlete Eligibility Guide Can be found online at: www. ohsaa. 2017 -2018 Student – Athlete Eligibility Guide Can be found online at: www. ohsaa. org under Eligibility

Purple Blanket Award: § Presented at Spring Sports Program § Objective is to encourage Purple Blanket Award: § Presented at Spring Sports Program § Objective is to encourage multiple sport participation § Criteria is 18 points. - 2 points for every Varsity letter earned. - 2 points for a GPA of 2. 0 2. 59 - 4 points for a GPA of 2. 6 3. 49 - 6 points for a GPA of 3. 5 4. 0

Sportsmanship Pledge Sportsmanship Pledge

LEXINGTON ATHLETIC CODE OF CONDUCT LEXINGTON ATHLETIC CODE OF CONDUCT

VII. Code of Conduct Objectives: 1. To impress on athletes the importance of discipline VII. Code of Conduct Objectives: 1. To impress on athletes the importance of discipline and sacrifice in the development of a quality athlete. 2. To help athletes understand the harmful effects of drugs, alcohol and tobacco in their relation to the development of an athlete. 3. To enhance the health and welfare of an athlete. 4. To set worthy examples for the student body.

Procedures • Any student involved in the Lexington Local School’s athletic programs shall be Procedures • Any student involved in the Lexington Local School’s athletic programs shall be subject to athletic code for their entire high school career. • The code comes into force once signed by the student and parent and is in effect year round throughout the student’s athletic career. Signing the code is a requirement for participation. • An athlete shall not: - Use, possess or distribute alcohol, illicit drugs, or tobacco in any form. - Perform acts which by their nature violate the sense of propriety and decency of the community.

Penalties First Offense : - Denied participation of 20% of regular scheduled performances. - Penalties First Offense : - Denied participation of 20% of regular scheduled performances. - Submit to random Drug Testing. Completion of a prescribed assessment program. - Completion of the prescribed follow-up counseling program. - Completion of all follow-up activities as prescribed by the assessment.

Transportation Policy: All team personnel will use school transportation Unless Permission is given by Transportation Policy: All team personnel will use school transportation Unless Permission is given by Parent

Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 7: 00 p. m. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 7: 00 p. m. in the field house meeting room.

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Athletic Patrons For a ten dollar ($10. 00) contribution or more, or a twentyfive Athletic Patrons For a ten dollar ($10. 00) contribution or more, or a twentyfive dollar ($25. 00) contribution if a business, your name will be listed on the patron page of our souvenir program which is sold at each home basketball contest. If you did not do this in the fall and would like your name included in the winter program, please see me tonight or call the office tomorrow.

SEASON TICKET PRICES • RESERVE SEAT SEASON TICKETS - $80. 00 • WINTER ALL- SEASON TICKET PRICES • RESERVE SEAT SEASON TICKETS - $80. 00 • WINTER ALL- SPORTS TICKET With a RESERVE SEAT - $100. 00 • WINTER ALL- SPORTS TICKET with NO RESERVE SEAT - $80. 00 • STUDENT WINTER ALL-SPORT TICKET - $20. 00 • SENIOR CITIZEN RESERVED SEAT $20. 00 • Winter All-Sports Passes Are Good for ALL HIGH SCHOOL AND JUNIOR HIGH REGULAR SEASON HOME ATHLETIC CONTESTS!!!!!!

Ohio Cardinal Conference and Lexington Regular Season Prices Boys Basketball Gate Prices: Adults $6. Ohio Cardinal Conference and Lexington Regular Season Prices Boys Basketball Gate Prices: Adults $6. 00 Student $4. 00 There will be no pre sale for regular season games this winter All other Varsity Events Adult - $6. 00 Students - $4. 00 7 th, 8 th, & 9 th Grade Events Adults - $4. 00 Students - $2. 00

LEXINGTON HOME PAGE Welcome to Local Schools http: //www. lexington. k 12. oh. us LEXINGTON HOME PAGE Welcome to Local Schools http: //www. lexington. k 12. oh. us

2017 -2018 OHIO CARDINAL CONFERENCE FALL SPORTS AWARD STANDINGS Mansfield Senior - 13 Madison 2017 -2018 OHIO CARDINAL CONFERENCE FALL SPORTS AWARD STANDINGS Mansfield Senior - 13 Madison - 23. 5 West Holmes - 22. 5 Wooster - 42. 5 Ashland - 46 Lexington - 44

Individual Sport Meetings Boys Basketball – Auditorium Girls Basketball – 110 East Bowling – Individual Sport Meetings Boys Basketball – Auditorium Girls Basketball – 110 East Bowling – Room 214 Cheerleading – Room 225 J. H. Girls Basketball – Choir Room Junior High & High School Swimming – Library Wrestling – 110 West