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Hickory Creek Athletics

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Spring Athletics

ALL ATHLETES WILL NEED A COMPLETED ONLINE PERMISSION FORM AND CURRENT PHYSICAL ON FILE TO ATTEND TRYOUTS
 
Please see all links below for tryout dates and important season information.
 
In addition please see the most recent update to the guidance issued by the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), the Illinois
Department of Public Health (IDPH), and the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) on athletics.
 
(Please check the Hickory Creek Athletics Website as tryouts approach for updated guidance or protocols for fall/ winter athletics.)
 
 
 
Track and Bowling Intramural information will be posted here as it is set. Please check back soon for details, thank you.

Hickory Creek Athletics Philosophy

The philosophy of Hickory Creek Athletics is to provide an atmosphere where student-athletes can develop physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally through the avenue of athletic competition. HCMS Athletics desires to be a catalyst that helps develop a lifestyle of character, integrity, discipline, hard work, and leadership. Athletics provide a wonderful opportunity to develop and practice skills and lessons that are learned throughout the day at Hickory Creek. HCMS Athletics can be used as another way to help educate and develop our student-athletes as they mature.
 

HCMS athletic teams have a focus on skill and team development. Middle school players will focus on learning the skills and rules necessary to compete well in their chosen sport. Playing time will be based on skills, athleticism and attendance with a goal that all student athletes participate. However, it is still the coach's decision on who plays and for how long. Try-outs and cuts may be utilized in determining a team roster.

We will strive to pursue victory with honor and character
at Hickory Creek Middle School!
 
Success comes from knowing that you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.
~
John Wooden