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June 22 Fall Sport Strength and Condition Updates and Information The Fall Mid-Carolina athletic teams will begin their summer conditioning on June 22nd. This includes Football, Volleyball, and Cross Country.  Information regarding plans for Competitive Cheer will be sent out soon. This conditioning program is voluntary and open to all students eligible to participate in a

June 22nd Fall Sport Athletic Workouts

IMPORTANT FALL SPORT STRENGTH & CONDITION INFORMATION RAY COOPER TUESDAY, JUNE 09, 2020 Attention MCHS Fall Varsity Athletes: Please know that strength and conditioning workouts will begin on Monday, June 22.  Our Athletic Department, Administration, and Head Coaches are currently in the process of finalizing plans for Fall Varsity sports to begin voluntary strength and

Required Sports Participation Paperwork

SCHSL Physical Concussion and Parent Permission Please remember that if you have already turned in one for the school year 2020-2021 (dated after April 1, 2020) you do not need to get another physical for each sport. You only have to get one each year and it is best to get it done in the

To our Spring Senior Athletes…

We feel for our Spring Senior Athletes that lost their last season due to the pandemic. We wish we could have seen you compete and represent the school. We wish you all the best and can not wait to hear about all of your achievements as you move on in life! Tribute to our Spring

Update from South Carolina High School League

From press release by the SCHSL. (3/16) “In accordance with the Executive Order by Governor McMaster, all SC public schools are closed until the end of March. This includes SCHSL member schools with private schools strongly encouraged to follow suit….. the SCHSL is suspending all Spring sports activities from March 16, 2020 through April 5,

Athletics Update

With the closing of our schools, all athletic operations have been postponed during this time. We will be make an announcement regarding what the plan will be moving forward when we know more from the state department and the South Carolina High School League.   Be safe and GO REBELS!!