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Athletic Directors

Fax: 815-789-4709

High School: Mr. Toby Golembiewski

Email: tgolembiewski@orangevillecusd.com

Phone: 815-789-4289 #tba

Junior High: Mr. William Guy

Email: wguy@orangevillecusd.com

Phone: 815-789-4289 #308

Schedules

Schedules can be found on this website by clicking Menu, and then clicking Athletics on the 'circle' menu, or follow this link: Athletic Schedules Then pick the sport from the dropdown menu.

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Orangeville belongs to the NFHS Network and can live stream events from the Terry Miller Memorial Gymnasium at the Jr.-Sr. High School.

Click link for .pdf instructions to subscribe to the NFHS network: NFHS Instructions

Click link to go to the NFHS Network website: NFHS Network - Orangeville

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Schedules and other information for our HS sports programs can be found on www.MaxPreps.com

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ATHLETIC INFORMATION

FALL SPORTS

High School Football

Head Coach: tba

High School Volleyball

Head Coach: Stephanie Riedel

Junior High Football

Head Coach: Andrew Janecke

Junior High Volleyball

Head Coach: Leslie Schmidt

WINTER SPORTS

High School Boys Basketball

Head Coach: Josh Fahs

High School Girls Basketball

Head Coach: Jay Doyle

High School Boys Hockey Co-op

Co-op with Monroe High School

High School Girls Hockey Co-op

Co-op with Beloit High School

High School Speech Co-op

Co-op with Lena-Winslow High School

Junior High Boys Basketball

Head Coach: tba

Junior High Girls Basketball

Head Coach: Josh Wallin

SPRING SPORTS

High School Boys Baseball

Head Coach: Josh Fahs

High School Girls Softball

Head Coach: Lon Scheuerell

Athletic Forms

There are several items that must be completed before a student athlete in grades 6-12 can participate in their first practice:

  1. Student must be fully registered for the school year they wish to compete in, and the Athletics Underclassmen Waiver and Sports Medicine Consent portion must be filled out. Orangeville does this electronically via parent portal each year.

  2. A current IHSA sports physical form (6th & 9th graders may use the regular required school physical in place of a sports physical) must be turned in to the office or athletic director.

  3. An Athletic Emergency Plan completed and signed by parent & student for the current school year must be on file with the athletic director.

  4. For grades 9-12, a Drug Testing Consent form must be signed by parent & student must be turned in to the office by the end of the first week of school.

  5. Sports fees, which consist of a participation fee and a transportation fee, must be paid to the office before the first contest.

Below are the links to the pamphlet for the Athletic Emergency Plan for families to read & keep, as well as the packet of JUST signature pages to complete and return.

Below is information regarding Orangeville's Drug Testing Policy. Consent is required for all 9-12 students involved in extra-curricular activities.

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