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Summer Ball (Football)


Summer ball this season will begin on Monday June 11th  and end Thursday August 2nd. Here are few notes for parents and athletes.

1. DEAD PERIOD/ JULY 23RD-AUG 2ND. We ask that you please plan your summer vacations during this time. This summer we have alot of events scheduled in preparation for the season and we truly need everyone in attendance.. 

2. INCOMING FRESHMEN. Are allowed to start this day and we ask that you please get your student athlete out on day one to get acquainted with staff and team mates. Parents checklist:

A.  Copy of last report card

B.  Shorts,T-shirts, Cleats and mouth pieces

C. If you child has medical needs, please advise the staff/Trainer upon arriving the first day. Athletes will asthma MAKE sure to let the trainer know and bring an extra inhaler if possible.

D. Physical papwerwork is on the website please use the forms provided. Physicals will be schedulded on campus by a licensed Trainer for those that can't scheule a physical in time. 

3. TIME -  3:30 - 6:00/ Mon-Fri 

4. LOCATION -  Ann Sobrato High School Football Field

Any questions please contact

Head Football Coach.

Tony Holmes

Holmest@mhsud.org / Cell Phone 510 725 0255

Eligibility guidelines for incoming freshmen


      Below is the guidelines per district on incoming freshmen participating in Fall sports. Please understand that this as it maybe the guidelines to participating in the sport, is far from the standard we are trying to establish within the program. Please encourage your athlete to reach above a 2.0 and maintain it. 


Board Policy 6145

One-time Probationary GPA Requirement Exemption


In the interest of fostering positive connections to school through the participation in extracurricular and cocurricular activities, students entering sixth grade and ninth grade may be granted a one-time probationary exemption from the GPA requirement (in accordance with CCS-CIF guidelines). Students will only be allowed to use the probation period during a maximum of one grading period during each of their sixth grade and ninth grade years. To be eligible under probation, students must have a minimum of a 1.5 GPA, 85% attendance and good behavior during the most recently completed grading period. Grading periods are defined as trimesters, quarters, or semesters. Mid grading period marks such as progress reports and grade checks do not determine formal eligibility. Students on probation will lose eligibility at the next official grading period if they do not achieve regular eligibility requirements. Eligibility rules are applied on the Monday morning following the week that grades are posted. This timing must apply to both participants who are returning to eligible status as well as students being removed from eligible status.

Coach Holmes