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  • **NEW* Kilgour Baseball and Girls’ Softball Registration for Spring 2018 is NOW OPEN through Friday, February 2nd   
    • Baseball season is estimated to begin mid-April through mid-June with Instructional league (K-2) having 10-15 games and 1-2 practices per week and Knothole league (3-6) having 20 games and 2-3 practice per week.
    • Softball season is estimated to begin 4/14/18 through 6/16/18 with 12 games and 1-2 practices per week.
  • Kilgour spirit wear! Have you checked it out lately? Make your purchase and support our teams. Gifts, at games, on the sidelines, or for Spiritwear Fridays, we have what you need to rep the Mustangs. Look for the spiritwear booth at Kilgour events.
  • Interested in volunteering with the Kilgour Sports Boosters? We'd love your help!
 
 



 

Participation in Kilgour Sports by Non-Kilgour Students

Some parents have asked if non-Kilgour students can play on Kilgour teams. The answer is yes, per the following policy.

 

Participation by Non-Kilgour Students  – Current Kilgour students shall be given priority to participate on KSB sponsored sports teams if they register prior to the established registration deadline. Subject to the specific sport league rules and if space permits, Non-Kilgour students may be offered positions on such teams, but will be placed in a “waiting pool” until all registration periods expire.  There is no guarantee that any students will be able to participate on KSB sponsored sports teams even if they meet a registration deadline.


 

 


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Kilgour Sports Boosters is a non-profit parent organization dedicated to providing opportunities for all Kilgour students to participate in athletics. The Kilgour Sports Boosters board supervises school sports and sporting events, as well as fundraising activities to better support player participation and scholarships, parent coaches, teams and sports facilities, uniforms and equipment. Our goals are to:

  • Give every child the opportunity to participate in sports;
  • Reinforce good sportsmanship in a positive team environment;
  • Help coaches teach the fundamentals of their sport;
  • Uphold the recreational status of the sport, including equitable playing time.

 

 

Last Updated on Thursday, January 18, 2018 10:17 pm
 
 

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