Welcome to the MHS Athletics page
Middleton High School Athletics!
MHS Teachers, Coaches, Students, Athletes, Parents and Boosters have contributed to a sports program that is considered to be one of the top athletic programs in the state of Wisconsin. Please join us as we continue to promote academic and athletic excellence, outstanding sportsmanship, and values that the Middleton-Cross Plains Area Community can be proud of.
We hope that you enjoy the upcoming season in what should prove to be another exciting chapter in the rich tradition of Middleton High School Athletics.
Athletes are encouraged to have concussion testing every other year beginning with their freshman year. ImPact testing is a service offered by the MHS Athletic Department that can be used in the management of concussions and should be taken prior to an injury to establish a baseline. The test is then repeated if a concussion is suspected. Any freshman planning to play a contact sport at any time during the 2018-19 school year should sign-up this SUMMER! The athletic trainer's hours are posted on her door. Please arrange the testing with her. Please read more about the ImPact Testing through the ImPact Testing FAQ - click here
In accordance with the MHS philosophy of athletics and our desire to have as many students as possible participate in the athletic program at MHS, we encourage coaches to retain as many athletes as possible (most sports utilizing a rubric system) without affecting the integrity of their sport. Time, facilities, equipment, personal preference, and other factors place limitations on the most effective squad size for any particular sport. When developing policy with respect to squad selection, we strive to maximize opportunities for our athletes without diluting the quality of the program. Most of our athletic teams do not cut at the Freshmen level, however in Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, and Hockey the above mentioned factors may force us to cut from year to year in those sports. Remember, if you get cut from one of these sports it may open the door to a new opportunity.
Summer Performance Training:
Middleton High School offers summer athletic performance training to all current high school students and incoming freshman. The primary goal of these sessions is to help all students build functional, connected strength and improve movement literacy to optimize performance and minimize injury potential. The sessions take place three days per week and are free to all students. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information see Strength and Conditioning Program under Athletics Information on this site.
MHS Athletic Director: Bob Joers
p 608 829 9913
f 608 831 0128
Athletic Assistant: Kathleen Painter
p 608 829 9912
Athletic Trainer: Lori Neilitz
p 608 212 2941
Training Room Hours:
Generally 3 - 6 p.m. Monday - Friday during the school year
Closed in the summer - except as otherwise indicated by viewing the posted hours on the athletic trainer's door.
Outdoor Track Hours:
Generally 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday - Friday year round, weather permitting
Generally 12 p.m. - sundown Weekends
Fitness Center Hours:
Not open to the general public.
For safety reason, fitness center hours are established for the athletes by the Strength and Conditioning Coordinators or the coaching staff for the purpose of supervision.
NOTICE: Incoming and Returning Athletes:
Incoming and returning athletes must have a Physical Form on file in the Athletic Office prior to being able to try-out, practice or compete. To download the Physical Clearance Form please go to the Forms page under Athletic Information.
All physical dates must be on or after 4-1-17 to be valid for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year. Physical dates can be checked by contacting the Athletic Office at 608 829 9912.
Physicals can be acquired on a walk-in basis at a minimal cost at Concentra, 358 Junction Road, Madison, WI 608 829 1888.
2018-2019 School Year Free Physicals for Uninsured or BadgerCare High School Athletes:
Attention: All Uninsured High School Athletes
On Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018 from 6 - 9 p.m. Access Community Health Center, 2202 S Park St., Madison, WI will be offering free sport physicals to uninsured athletes.
Last names A-I (arrive @ 6 p.m.)
Last names J - R (arrive at 7 p.m.)
Last names S - Z (arrive no later than 8 p.m.)
Access Community Health Center, 2202 S Park St., Madison, WI
In order to receive immunizations, a parent MUST be present. Please bring immunization records with you.
Female athletes please wear tank tops.
Questions: Call Joe Greene (608 220 6196).
If you cannot attend this clinic, please contact the athletic trainer at your school, Lori Neilitz at 212 2941.
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