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    Fall/Summer Workout Update:

    On July 7th, the WIAA Executive Board made the decision to delay the start of Fall Sports. The new dates are as follows; Football, September 5th, all other sports, September 7th. the board will meet again on July 22nd to discuss additional Fall sport start dates and schedules. 

    If you have questions about summer team workouts, please reach out to the individual coach of your desired sport. Coach contact information can be found here.


    2019-20 RHS Student-Athlete Awards

    Ben Snowden Award:

    This award is given annually to a female and a male scholar athlete at Roosevelt, who meet the criteria of maintaining a good academic record, earning at least one varsity letter in two or more years in Roosevelt sports, and demonstrating leadership and good citizenship at school, as well as in athletics.

    The award is named in honor of long time Roosevelt coach and teacher Ben Snowden. Mr. Snowden passionately coached and encouraged Roosevelt student athletes to achieve their best athletically and academically. He is also the person after whom our gymnasium court is named.

    2019-20 Award Winners:

    Connor Mirick

    Payton Dukes

    101: Club Foundation: Scholar Athlete Nominations:

    Girls:

    Jayla Bowie

    Lucy Corthell

    Camille Duckett

    Boys:

    William Cuningham

    Jack McMullin

    Dino Varlamos


    New sports this fall/winter:

    Girls Slowpitch Softball is coming to Roosevelt this fall! Girls of all skill level are encouraged to turn out. This will be a non-cut sport. Come out and represent Roosevelt High School on the softball field. Turn out will begin August 24th at 4:00 pm at Lower Woodland.Equipment needed for turnout: Glove, cleats, athletic pants & water bottle.For more information please contact Coach Rob at rzbaseball3@outlook.com or to sign, please fill out the online registration packet by clicking here.

    Girls Bowling. For more information, please get in touch with Ryan Sherlock (rpsherlock@seattleschools.org).


    Roosevelt Athletic Trainer: Casey Lougheed went to college at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (Bachelor’s in AT) and Baylor University (MSEd in AT). She has since worked in the Texas high school setting as an athletic trainer for the last eight years. In addition to her athletic training duties, she was involved in managing a student athletic training program and teaching high school students about sports medicine. Casey just moved to Seattle from Texas to get closer to an area with tons of amazing outdoor activities. She especially enjoys biking, hiking and climbing. Currently she does not have any pets, children or husband to brag about in this bio, but has high hopes that she will be adopting a dog with her boyfriend in the near future. 


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