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Lewiston High School Athletics
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Athletic Director:  Jason Fuller
Phone:  (207) 795-4190, ext. 2211
Fax Number:  (207) 795-4119


Welcome to Lewiston High School Athletics.  Lewiston High School has a wide range of athletic activities with 21 different programs and 42 teams.   It is the school's hope that there is something for everyone to be involved in.  Participation in athletics/extra-curricular activities is open to all students at Lewisotn High School provided they meet the requirements pertaining to academic standards (eligibility), try-out standards/requirements, and behavior expectations set forth by the school and its' coaching staff..

Participation in athletics.extra-curricular activities is a very valuable part of one's education.  The competition, camaraderie, team work, dedication, and discipline learned through athletics can be an integral part of an individual's life.

It is a PRIVILEGE for a student to participate in interscholastic athletics/extra-curricular activities.  Therefore, extra time and extra effort are required of those who participate. There is an expectation that those individuals involved with athletic programs/extra-curricular activities will live up a high standard of conduct and behavior in and out of school.  Those individuals who have earned the privilege to represent Lewiston High School in interscholastic athletics/activities are expected to accept these greater responsibilities as school citizens.
The Franklin Athletic Complex, home to many of Lewiston High School's athletic teams, is one of the finest facilities in our state. The City of Lewiston and Lewiston High School have hosted many league, regional and state championship events at this complex.
Lewiston High School teams and individuals have won many state championships, as well as numerous conferences and league titles. Along with being named to all-conference, all-state, and all-American teams, many of our athletes have also gained academic prominence when named to all-academic teams.
Lewiston High School is a member of the Maine Principals' Association (MPA) and the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference (KVAC)--- the largest league in the state.


Athletic News & Information
Follow Lewiston Blue Devils Athletics on Twitter @LHSBlueDevils (BlueDevil Athletics)

A. Important Announcements:


1. Franklin Athletic Complex Improvements:   The Franklin Athletic Complex Trustees have recently received permission to start a Capital Improvement Fundraising Campaign to raise $5 million dollars.  $3.9 million dollars will go towards upgrades on the Athletic Complex, while the remaining $1.1 million dollars will go into an account for the future maintenance of the complex.   For more information on the project, please visit www.lewistonpublicschools.org and click on the Franklin Pasture Sports Complex Fundraising Campaign.   If you have any questions or would like to assist in this project, please contact Jason Fuller immediately.

2. The Battle of the Bridge, the History of Edward Little and Lewiston Football, written by Bim Gibson.  This 200 page book chronicles the full history of both football programs.   By decade, the book contains a detailed anthology, selects an All-Decade team, and then selects a team of the decade and a game of the decade to highlight.   A great piece of work that is sure to stimulate some debate and bring up some great memories.   Books can be purchased through the Lewiston Athletic Department for only $15.00.  The net proceeds raised by this book will go directly to the Franklin Athletic Improvement Campaign.  Please see Jason Fuller to pick up your copy of the book.

3. FALL 2014 ELIGIBILITY:  

A reminder to all Fall athletes - initial eligibility is based on 4th quarter grades - not semester grades.   All students must pass enough courses in the 4th quarter.    Next year's Sophomores must pass 5 courses in the 4th quarter, while next year's Juniors & Seniors must pass 6 courses in the 4th quarter.   Summer school courses can be used to meet this requirement.

Additionally, all students must be on track to graduate by earning enough credits.... Sophomores must have 5 credits, Juniors must have 11 credits, while Seniors must have 17 credits.   Again, summer school classes can be used to meet this requirement.

If there are any questions about eligibility, please stop by the Athletic Office and talk with Mr. Fuller.

4. Spring Sports Start Date:  All spring sports will start on Monday, March 31st with tryouts.   A tryout schedule will be posted shortly.

Baseball & Softball pitchers will start on Monday, March 24th (By invite only from the respective coaching staffs)

  
B. Upcoming Events:   All Athletics Schedules can also be found at www.schedulestar.com

                 Fall Sports - Start on Monday, Aug. 18th
C. Notable Accomplishments & Congratulations:

Sportsmanship Reminder:  , The athletic department and Lewiston High School would like to remind all spectators of the importance of positive sportsmanship at all athletic contests.  Please do your part to show respect for all players, coaches, and officials.





Questions & Concerns with this website should be directed to Jason Fuller, LHS Athletic Director        
This web site contains links to third party web sites that are not under the control of the Lewiston School Department. Links are provided as a convenience, and the Lewiston School Department is not responsible for the content or the availability of any linked site. The inclusion of a link does not imply endorsement by the Lewiston School Department.
The Lewiston School Department does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, national origin, sex, religion, or physical or mental disability in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Thomas E. Jarvis, Director of Human Resources, Lewiston School Department, Dingley Building, 36 Oak Street, Lewiston, ME 04240, (207) 795-4100. Inquiries concerning the application of nondiscrimination policies may also be referred to the Regional Director, Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, S.W. McCormack POCH, Room 222, Boston, MA 02109-4557
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