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WInter Sports Schedule
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Athletic Forms

Athletic Mission Statement
Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation Form
Parents Concussion Consent Form
Post Concussion Home Instructions
Athletic Participation Form 2009
Summer 2008 Physical Clinic Information
Basketball Playoffs

Teams

Fall Sports

Football
Varsity JV

Field Hockey Varsity JV

Soccer Boys Varsity Boys JV
Girls Varsity Girls JV

Website
Volleyball Varsity JV Ninth Grade

Golf Boys and Girls Mixed

Cross Country Boys and Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Boys Varsity

Cheerleading Mixed Varsity Mixed JV
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Winter Sports
Indoor Track
Mixed
Varsity
Mixed JV
Boys & Girls Varsity

Basketball
Boys Basketball
JV

Girls Basketbal
JV

Website
Wrestling
Varsity
JV

Cheerleading
Mixed Varsity
JV
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Spring Sports

Track & Field
Girls Varsity
Boys and Girls Varsity

Website
Baseball
Varsity
JV

Softball
Varsity
JV

Lacrosse Girls Varsity Girls JV
Boys varsity Boys JV

Website
Tennis
Girls Varsity
Boys and Girls Varsity
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oDigital Sports View My Schedule da
yV’s Athletic Schedule
Howard High will be using a web-based program named leagueminder to advertise our sports schedules. The program has many powerful features that will help the Athletic Department communicate with parents and our fans. Anyone can go to Digital Sports , From their you can go to “Teams” tab and get the complete schedule for any team. You can also sign up to recieve emails that will update you on any changes in the schedule for the school or a particular team. For some away games you will be able to click a link and get directions to the host school.
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Sports Schedules 2008-2009

The Fall sports schedules for the 2008-2009 school year are available through View My Schedule.

Steps:

Click on the View My Schedule graphic below
Click the View My Schedule tab
Next to Howard Calendar select the sport schedule to view
Change the School Year to 2008-2009

Click on graphics

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Lions’ Pride 8 th Annual Bull and Oyster Roast

March 28, 2009, 8 pm – 12:00
Michaels Eighth Avenue
7720 Grayburn Ave.
Glen Burnie , MD

Lion’s Pride Wants YOU!

Another exciting year of Howard Lion’s sports is about to start! Lion’s Pride, the athletic boosters club at Howard High, helps pay for athletic equipment, uniforms, facilities upgrades, sports awards and more. In addition, we offer two $500 and two $1000 scholarships to four graduating male and female student athletes. Lion’s Pride is a volunteer organization whose members are parents, coaches, and faculty members. We make a difference! And Lion’s Pride wants you as a member!
Our membership drive starts NOW! See the 2008 August/September Mane Events for more information. Membership Form (click here)
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Ask the Trainer

Ms. Gina Palermo: HHS Athletic Trainer

Nutrition for the Athlete

Quick Facts…

Athletes achieve peak performance by training and eating a variety of foods.
Athletes gain most from the amount of carbohydrates stored in the body.
Fat also provides body fuel; use of fat as fuel depends on the duration of the exercise and the condition of the athlete.
Exercise may increase the athlete’s need for protein.
Water is a critical nutrient for athletes. Dehydration can cause muscle cramping and fatigue.
Carbohydrates

Athletes benefit the most from the amount of carbohydrates stored in the body. In the early stages of moderate exercise, carbohydrates provide 40 to 50 percent of the energy requirement.

Water

Water is an important nutrient for the athlete. Athletes should start any event hydrated and replace as much lost fluid as possible by drinking chilled liquids at frequent intervals during the event. Chilled fluids are absorbed faster and help lower body temperature..

The Pre-Game Meal

A pre-game meal three to four hours before the event allows for optimal digestion and energy supply. Most authorities recommend small pre-game meals that provide 500 to 1,000 calories.

Concentrated sweets can draw fluid into the gastrointestinal tract and contribute to dehydration, cramping, nausea and diarrhea.
Don’t consume any carbohydrates one and a half to two hours before an event.
Avoid a meal high in fats. Fat takes longer to digest. Fiber has a similar effect, as well.
Caffeine (cola, coffee, tea) may lead to dehydration by increasing urine production.
Lifelong good nutrition habits must be emphasized. Combine good eating practices with a good training and conditioning program plus good genes, and a winning athlete can result!

Want more information on Nutrition? Read the whole article.

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