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Athletics for 2021-22

We anticipate returning to regular seasons for athletics: Fall, Winter and Spring Sports. 

Registration for Fall 2021-22 sports will open July 27th for Football, Cross Country, Boys Golf, Gymnastics, Boys Soccer, Softball, Boys Tennis, Girls Tennis and Girls Volleyball.

First day of practice is August 9th for all sports except Boys Golf, which will begin August 2nd.

https://chsaanow.com/tools/calendars/2021-22/

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Dawn Stanley

Athletic Secretary

Phone: Questions? Email dawn.stanley@dcsdk12.org

registration steps

 

There are 3 steps to the registration process for LHS Sports.  All MUST be completed before the first day of Official practice in order for the athlete to be eligible:

1.  Register by clicking on button above. 
2.  Pay the $200 athletic fee.
3.  Have a current Sports Physical on file with the Athletic Office.  (Forms can be found and downloaded from the FORMS tab above, if needed). Sports physicals are good for 365 days from date physician signs.

 

National Letter of Intent Video February 3rd, 2021

Congratulations to the following athletes who participated in our National Letter of Intent Signing Ceremony!  


Football:
Blake Doud - Colorado School of Mines, CO
James Betschart - University of Northern Colorado, CO 
Jaxon Muma - University of Sioux Falls, SD 

Volleyball:
Morgan Kelsey - Suffolk University, MA 
Peyton Dunn - University of Oklahoma, OK 
Rylie Kadel - Duke University, NC

Basketball:
Tanner Lamb - Carthage College, WI 
Sean Evans - University of Nebraska, NE 
Ryan Burnett - Pacific University of Oregon, OR 

Softball:
Kayla Locke - Washburn University, KS 

Soccer:
Taylor Preston - University of North Dakota, ND 
Peyton Evans - Valparaiso University, IN 

If you have have signed or will sign for an athletic scholarship, please email dawn.stanley@dcsdk12.org.  Will will have our spring ceremony May 26th.

In-person Spectators for Boys Volleyball

Spectators:  Spectator limits are 4 per rostered athlete for home and away.  Spectators will check in with the ticket taker and verify which athlete they are there to watch.  Once the allotted number per athlete is met, any additional spectators will not be admitted.  

Admission Fee:  The Continental League will be charging for JV and Varsity matches only.  Admission will be $5 per person.  As you check in with the ticket taker you will indicate which athlete you’re there to watch and what level.  If you are there to watch a JV or Varsity athlete $5 will be charged.             

COVID Safety Protocols:  Masks have to be worn and socially distanced from other people/families in Legend HS at all times. Concessions will not be sold during the events this season.    There will still be mitigating factors that must take place.  If an athlete tests positive for COVID, an entire team could be quarantined.  Please know that we will work through the quarantine protocols and communicate with families if a positive COVID case does come up.       

Streaming:  The school district has installed Pixellot streaming cameras in all DCSD main gymnasiums.  All of the events in the main gym at Legend will be streamed for people to watch remotely.  There is a cost to stream.  Here’s how to watch: 1) Visit www.NFHSnetwork.com  2) Search for Legend High School and go to our page 3) Subscribe and Follow. 

In-person Spectators for Outdoor Events

Spectators:  Parents and spectators will be allowed to watch Season D outdoor sports without needing to have a name on a gate list or fill out a COVID symptom check form.  When competing outside of a Douglas County School, athletes and spectators must follow COVID-19 restrictions of that county.  When those protocols are shared with the AD, he will communicate those restrictions out with families.     

COVID Safety Protocols:  Masks no longer have to be worn while outside on DCSD property.  We are still encouraging social distancing from anyone outside of your immediate family.  There will still be mitigating factors that must take place.  If an athlete tests positive for COVID, an entire team could be quarantined.  Please know that we will work through the quarantine protocols and communicate with families if a positive COVID case does come up.   

Streaming:  The school district has installed Pixellot streaming cameras in all DCSD main gymnasiums.  All of the events in the main gym at Legend will be streamed for people to watch remotely.  There is a cost to stream.  Here’s how to watch: 1) Visit www.NFHSnetwork.com  2) Search for Legend High School and go to our page 3) Subscribe and Follow. 

Admission Fee:  The Continental League will be charging $5 per person for all Varsity events at EchoPark Stadium.  

CHSAA SPORTS SEASONS 2020-2021

Season A : August 10 - October 17, 2020

Boys Golf, Boys Tennis , Cross Country , Softball, Football, Cheer and Poms

Season B : January 25 - March 20, 2021 (pending approval)

Boys Basketball ,Cheer,  Girls Basketball, Girls Swim & Dive, Ice Hockey, Poms, Wrestling

Season C: 

Boys Soccer,  Gymnastics, Volleyball

Season D 

Baseball, Boys Lacrosse, Boys Swim & Dive, Girls Golf, Girls Lacrosse, Girls Soccer, Girls Tennis, Track & Field, Boys Volleyball

Dawn Stanley

Administrative Assistant to the Athletic Department

Phone: 303-387-4511

2020-21 CHSAA Season A Protocol and Guidelines

DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 
High School Athletics and Activities
2020-21 CHSAA Season A Protocol and Guidelines

PER GOVERNOR POLIS’ ORDER ON 7/16/2020, ALL PARTICIPANTS (STUDENTS AND COACHES) MUST WEAR FACE COVERINGS AT ALL TIMES WHILE INDOORS.   

Participants must practice 6 ft social distancing when not engaging in the sport (in the dugout or on the sidelines).
Requirements for participation:

  • Students must complete online registration and have a current physical on file in the athletic office before participating.

  • Students will be checked by the coach/sponsor when they check-in to the activity.  If a student/coach answers yes to any of the questions listed on the Monitoring Form, the student is not allowed to participate and must be sent home.  

  • Students with a fever of 100 degrees or higher are not allowed to participate in workouts/practices/meetings.

  • Coaches/sponsors will maintain attendance/symptoms records for each day of workouts/practices/meetings.

  • Students must follow all posted and verbal instructions at all times while participating in the activities.

  • Students will be responsible for supplying their own face coverings.  

  • While indoors, all participants (students and coaches) must wear a face covering at all times.

  • While outdoors, all non-active participants (coaches, volunteers, and managers) must wear a face covering throughout the practice, event, and competition.  This includes athletes not actively participating in the practice, event, or competition. 

  • Good hygiene will be reinforced.  Hand sanitizer will be available.  Use of hand sanitizers and washing of hands will be frequent and ongoing.

  • Each athlete must have their own water bottle.

  • Students are encouraged to bring their own equipment. DCSD provided equipment will be sanitized after each session.  Clothing should be washed and sanitized after workout is completed. 

  • Spectators will be allowed and MUST wear face coverings and maintain social distancing of 6 ft. 

  • A maximum of 50 students are allowed in any indoor area (gymnasium, weight room, etc.).

  • No more than 50 students in the outdoor practice area (fields, open areas, etc.) at any time.  

  • No congregating in common areas. 

Students and coaches MUST stay home if feeling ill.  Use of hand sanitizers and washing of hands frequently, as well as cleaning and sanitizing of equipment, will be ongoing.

CHSAA Season A Protocol subject to change based on updated state and/or local health orders.

At any given time CHSAA Season A activity could be suspended or canceled.

James Benson

Athletic Director

Off-Season Protocol

DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 

 High School Athletics and Activities

2020-21 OFF-SEASON Protocol and Guidelines

September 8, 2020 - January 4, 2021

 

PARTICIPATION IN OFF-SEASON WORKOUTS/PRACTICES/MEETINGS BY DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENTS IS STRICTLY VOLUNTARY.  NO DCSD STUDENT WILL BE PENALIZED IN ANY WAY FOR FAILURE TO PARTICIPATE.

 

PER GOVERNOR POLIS’ ORDER, ALL PARTICIPANTS (STUDENTS AND COACHES) MUST WEAR FACE COVERINGS AT ALL TIMES WHILE INDOORS.   

 

Participants must practice 6 ft social distancing when not engaging in the sport (in the dugout or on the sidelines).

 

Requirements for participation:

  • Students must sign COVID-19 waiver before participating.

  • Students will be checked by the coach/sponsor when they check-in to the activity.  If a student/coach/sponsor answers yes to any of the questions listed on the Monitoring Form, the student/coach/sponsor is not allowed to participate and must be sent home.  

  • Students with a fever of 100 degrees or higher are not allowed to participate in workouts/practices/meetings.

  • Coaches/sponsors will maintain attendance/symptoms records for each day of workouts/practices/meetings.

  • Students must follow all posted and verbal instructions at all times while participating in the activities.

  • Students will be responsible for supplying their own face coverings. 

  • While indoors, all participants (students/coaches/sponsors) must wear a face covering at all times. 

  • While outdoors, all non-active participants (coaches, volunteers, and managers) must wear a face covering throughout the practice, event, and competition. This includes students not actively participating in the practice, event, or competition. 

  • Good hygiene will be reinforced.  Hand sanitizer will be available.  Use of hand sanitizers and washing of hands will be frequent and ongoing.

  • Each student must have their own water bottle.

  • Students are encouraged to bring their own equipment. DCSD provided equipment will be sanitized after each session.  Clothing should be washed and sanitized after workout is completed. 

  • No family members or guests will be permitted to enter the location of the off-season workouts/practices/meetings, or gather for social interactions.  While waiting for their students, parents/guardians should remain in their vehicles in the parking lots.

  • A maximum of 50 students are allowed in any indoor area (gymnasium, weight room, etc.).

  • No more than 50 students in the outdoor practice area (fields, open areas, etc.) at any time.

  • Workouts will be conducted in “pods” of students with the same students always working out together.  Smaller pods can be utilized for weight training.  If someone in the pod tests positive for COVID-19, ALL pod members will be unable to participate for 14 days.  Coaches/sponsors may want to consider smaller pods.  

  • No congregating in common areas. 

 

Students/coaches/sponsors MUST stay home if feeling ill.  Use of hand sanitizers and washing of hands frequently, as well as cleaning and sanitizing of equipment, will be ongoing.

 

Off-Season Protocol subject to change based on updated state and/or local health orders.

 

At any given time Off-Season activity could be suspended or canceled.

 


Back to Back!

Congratulations!  Softball wins 5A CHSAA State Championship.  Back to back state titles for the Titans!

5A 2017 STATE SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS


CONGRATULATIONS LEGEND SOFTBALL

Letter Jackets

Looking for a Legend High School letter jacket?  Contact K & K Monograms in Parker.

Reminder: The deadline for ordering a letter jacket for Christmas is November 13th.

They are conveniently located on Pikes Peak Drive in downtown Parker. Stop by Post Grad and take a flyer from the bulletin board.




Our Sponsors

These fine organizations make what we do possible. Please show your support to these amazing sponsors and thank them for their commitment to our organization. Interested in becoming a sponsor? See the information below for more details on becoming a Legend Sponsor.

Tamera Krause

Athletic Sponsorship Coordinator

Phone: 303-387-4639

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