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GHS Athletics

Athletic pages are updated when information
 is received from the coaches or athletic director.

 

Athletic Director Notes:

GHS Athletics Hall of Fame: 

During the past year a committee has been busy establishing an Athletic Hall of Fame to honor those outstanding athletes, coaches, and teams that have made significant contributions to our athletic heritage at Greenwood HS.  There are over 200 athletes and 54 teams that have met the standards that will qualify them for induction.  It is our hope to have the first inaugural class of 18 athletes, 2 coaches, 2 teams and 1 individual booster inducted in December of 2011.  Each athletic team will have one inductee.  (1 for boy’s soccer, 1 for girl’s soccer, 1 for boys XC, 1 for girls XC, etc)  Former Greenwood Coach Art Sciubba has researched over 100 high school athletic halls of fame from across the nation.   By-laws have been written and approved by the Greenwood site-based council.  Documentation of Greenwoods athletes and teams is available for review during the selection process.  The coaches of each team have agreed to a $100 donation from each team as start-up funds for the Hall of Fame.  The funds will be used for purchasing awards and a display case in the lobby area of GHS.  The $100 per team donation will come from each booster club.  (Boys and Girls count as 2 separate teams).  The start-up donations need to be in by the end of the school year (May 2011).   Make the checks out to Greenwood HS Athletic Hall of Fame.  If you have any questions you may contact the Athletic Director (Mr. Todd Tolbert) or Email Mr. Art Sciubba  txcoach.sciubba@hotmail.com     

For home baseball and softball games, admission for varsity games is $5 per person and $4 per person for junior varsity/freshmen games.  For those who have purchased passes, please make sure to have them available to present to the ticket taker assigned to work the gate. 

Please be advised that some events may be canceled with late notice due to weather conditions that may change rapidly during spring events.  When possible, cancellations for practices and games will be made during afternoon announcements so players and parents may know of the status of their games before school is out on that day.

Bowling will be offered for both girls and boys during the 2011-12 school year.  This will be a new varsity sport that will have a state tournament at the end of the season like other sports.  Bowling will be a sport played during basketball season (winter-sport season.  Any boy or girl interested in bowling needs to contact Athletic Director, Todd Tolbert.

NOTE:  All head coaches are reminded to always have an AED at your practice and game sites at all times along with a copy of each student-athletes' KHSAA phyical forms. 

Lifetime passes for families are still available.  Lifetime passes are for the entire immediate family and are on sale for a donation to the school of $1,000.   Many families have taken advantage of a "lifetime pass" at Greenwood High School and have actually saved hundreds of dollars.  They can be purchased with a one payment, quarterly payments, or monthly payments.  Contact Todd Tolbert by e-mail at todd.tolbert@warren.kyschools.us or by phone at 842-3627 ext. 1855 for more details.

Note:  All coaches are to keep a completed KHSAA physical of each student-athlete with them at all times.  An AED should be at each game/match site.  Student-athletes need to inform coaches any time that there is an injury so an injury report can be filled out and a K and K Insurance form can be obtained.

All athletes MUST make sure that they have an up-to-date physical on file.  If a physical expires during the season, then the coach of that athlete MUST hold that athlete out of practice or games until a new physical is placed on file in the athletic director's office. 



Athletic Director: Todd Tolbert

 

Fall Sports

Sport

Head Coach

M W
Football Greg Cavanah X  
Golf Mike Newton X  
Golf Brian Buser   X
Soccer Scott Gural  X  
Soccer Lindsey Passaglia    X
Volleyball Holly Whittinghill   X
Cheer Squad Vanessa Butts & Lisa Jenkins X X


Winter Sports

Sport

Coach

M W
Basketball Jason Stonebraker X   
Basketball Todd Tolbert   X
Swimming Jay Smith X X


Spring Sports

Sport

Coach

M W
Tennis Ron Tipton X X
Baseball Jason Jaggers X  
Softball Penny Reece   X
Track Dave Garrett X X

 


IMPORTANT
INFO


Season Pass Prices:
Student cost: $45
Adult cost: $75
Family Pass cost: $195

Admission Prices: 
Varsity Football:  $6
Freshman & JV Football, Volleyball,  Soccer Matches:  $4
Varsity Soccer & Volleyball:  $5
Basketball F/JV: $4
Basketball JV/V: $5
Basketball V: $5
Varsity Softball: $5
JV/F Baseball & Softball: $4
Varsity Track: $3
Tennis: no charge
Children ages 5 and under: free


Softball Team
2008 & 2007
State Champs!!!!


Weekly Events

5/23

Baseball:  District Tournament at Warren Central-Greenwood vs. South Warren at 6PM; admission is $5.

Signing Ceremony:  Cameron Johnson (Baseball) Lackawanna College in Scranton, PA

5/24

Baseball District Tournament continues... Greenwood will play Warren East with a victory over SW on Monday.

Softball:  District Tournament at WKU-Greenwood vs. winner of SW and WC from Monday at 6PM

Girls Basketball Open Gym from 3PM to 4PM

5/25

Baseball District Tournament, TBA

Softball:  District Championship at 6PM

5/26

CPR/AED Training 3PM to 5PM; coaches need to sign up

Tennis:  KHSAA State Tournament; Boys at Sayre HS; Girls at UK

5/27

Tennis:  State Tournament continued...

5/28

Track:  KHSAA State Meet at University of Louisville, TBA

Tennis:  State Tournament Championships, TBA

 


QUICK LINKS

Events Calendar

Physical form

KHSAA Rules and Bylaws

All Boosters web site

NCAA Eligibility Center Online - High School - Tips and Information


 

Todd Tolbert
Athletic Director
 270-842-3627, ex. 1855
E-mail

Football Homecoming Queens

(if you know who any or these are, please e-mail)

1990:
1991:
1992:
1993:
1994:
1995:
1996:
1997:
1998: Jamie Davis
1999: Sara West
2000: Bridget Clark
2001:
2001:
2003:
2004:
2005:
2006:
2007: Kate Tichenor
2008:
2009: Sara Bolster
2010: McKenzie Sutherland

Basketball Homecoming Queens

(if you know who any or these are, please e-mail)

1990:
1991:
1992:
1993:
1994:
1995:
1996:
1997:
1998: Natalie Warner
1999: Kim Herriford
2000: Katie Deaton
2001:
2001:
2003:
2004:
2005:
2006:
2007:
2008:
2009:
2010: Sarah Bolster
2011: Jennie Fowler

Congratulations to the following Greenwood Coaches  for their accomplishments:

  • Art Sciubba, Kentucky Boys Cross Country Coach of the Year 2008-09.  Also, Coach Sciubba is one of seven regional coaches up for National Coach of the Year.

  •  Mark Nelson, SKY Conference Football Coach of the Year 2008-09

  •  Amy Helliwell, 4th Region, Girls Soccer Coach of the Year 2008-09

  •  Holly Whittinghill, 4th Region, Volleyball Coach of the Year 2008-09

Other News

  • Thanks to Culver's and Leachman Pontiac/Buick/GMC for their continual support of Greenwood Athletics. 

  • When coming to athletic events, please be advised that NO PETS are allowed.  Also, students should know that when coming to a GHS athletic event, that they are to stay in the facility the entire time until they are leaving to go home.  Several are asking to go in and out.  If someone leaves, then that person will have to pay to get back into the facility.  A sports pass is not a pass "to come and go as you please" pass.  The sports pass states on the pass that it is valid for one time through the gate.

  • All student-athletes MUST complete the four-page KHSAA physical document before they may participate in open gyms, try-outs, practices, and/or games.  Physical forms may be printed off at KHSAA.ORG (forms).

  • Grade checks are every Friday.  It is important that each athlete maintains their required academic minimums to be able to practice or play. 

  • WKCT, 930AM, is now the official radio station that will be covering all football games and maybe even all basketball games.  WKCT is looking for sponsors that want to advertise during the games and will also get about 80 spots in addition during the week.  If you or your business would like to be a part of this program, then contact Athletic Director, Todd Tolbert, at 842-3627 ext. 1855.

  • If any student has transferred to Greenwood this school year and has ever attended high school prior to Greenwood, then each student MUST fill out transfer paperwork BEFORE they may be ruled eligible to play ANY SPORT(S).  Each head coach is responsible for starting paperwork for their sport.  New students to Greenwood should contact the Athletic Director for advisement.

  • All athletes MUST have a KHSAA Physical Form completed (including student and parent signatures and dates; insurance information; a physical dated and signed by a doctor; and emergency contact numbers) before they may participate in any open gyms, conditioning, try-outs, and/or practices.  Every line of every page MUST be completed before any participation is allowed.   All paperwork MUST be turned in to the Athletic Director prior to participation.   Grade checks are every Friday.  Student-athletes must meet the minimum passing requirements to be eligible.  Teachers are required to have grades in by the end of the day each Thursday to make sure grades are up-to-date.

  • If you are interested in applying to the NCAA Clearinghouse, follow these steps:

1) Go on-line to www.ncaaclearinghouse.net. Sign up as "Perspective Student Athlete".
2) Fill out all information.
3) Make payment for NCAA services.
4) Download "NCAA Transcript Release Authorization" - If the student is under 18 yrs of age, the student and parent/guardian must sign release. If the student is 18 years of age or older, the student may sign.
5) The student should bring the application to Guidance. The appropriate GHS staff member will then mail the student's "preliminary" transcript to NCAA.
6) After senior grades are finalized, a "final" transcript will be mailed to the NCAA Clearinghouse by the appropriate GHS staff member.

  • Please check out our All Athletic Boosters web site at www.swampit.org  that is sponsored by Walker Financial Services.  The Greenwood Alumni Boosters is now a booster organization that is looking to greatly expand our schools' facilities and enhance our current programs. If you know a Greenwood alumnus, then please direct them to our Alumni page at our GHS web site.

    We are beginning to develop an alumni directory and also start contacting them to see if they will participate in helping our school.  Some possible projects may include a new home side of the football stadium (now the visitors' side) that would have a middle section of chair back seats. A new field house could be built under the new bleachers which would allow for teams (that don't currently have a "home") to use the current field house.  We are looking into building a multi-purpose facility that could house a hitting facility, possibly a basketball/volleyball court, and have a room large enough for the cheerleaders and dance teams to practice. Locker rooms could be built so the soccer teams could have dressing rooms near their practice/game field.  It is also time to consider new bleachers in the gym. We still have the original bleachers that were installed in 1990. A new set of bleachers could include the lower arena with chair back seats. The seats would be a dark green instead of the tan color we have now. Another item on the wish list would be to add two tennis courts. If you would like to sponsor any of these projects, then contact Todd Tolbert, Athletic Director, at 842-3627 ext. 1855.

Greenwood Alumni Booster Sponsorship Levels

$25--Green
$50--Burgandy
$75--Gold
$100--100%
$250--Diamond
$500--Ruby
$750--Platinum
$1,000--Grand Gator
$1,001 and above-special recognition and named sponsorships
The alumni/athletic boosters cover costs of the entire athletic spectrum.  Contact Todd Tolbert, Athletic Director, for further opportunities to support Greenwood Athletics.

 

 

 

 

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