Fall 2021 Athletic Opportunities:
Boys & Girls Soccer
Interest Form | Students interested in trying-out for a Cedarbrook fall sports team must complete the Fall Sports Interest Form.
Mandatory Sports Physical - Due by Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021 | In order to attend fall sports tryouts, practices or games, students must have Sections 1-7 of the PIAA Preparticipation Sports Physical completed. A licensed doctor or nurse practitioner must sign Section 7. Scan/photograph each page of the completed form and email them to Cedarbrook co-Athletic Directors Chris Nestor and Mark Van Ooyen. Please note that the completion and submission of the PIAA Sports Physical is in addition to any required school health screenings. Also, please note that sports physicals completed for the 2020-2021 school year are no longer valid.
Try-Outs | The tryouts for all fall sports (except Boys Soccer) are scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 2 and Friday, Sept. 3 from 3:20 - 5:20 p.m. Boys soccer tryouts will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 22 and Thursday, Sept. 23. Full schedules will be released once they are available.
Eligibility for Participation | Cedarbrook Athletics upholds high academic and behavioral expectations for student-athletes.
Academic Eligibility: Student-athletes are expected to attend all classes and maintain established academic standards for participation on sports teams (No “F’s” and no more than one “D”). Failure to uphold these academic standards will result in probation and possible suspension from athletic activities.
Behavior Expectations: Student-athletes are expected to follow the “Wildcat Way” — demonstrating the values of Respect, Responsibility, Outreach, Achievement, and Resiliency.
Cedarbrook is excited to offer these athletic opportunities to our students! We are looking forward to the upcoming sports season and value your support. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to Cedarbrook co-Athletic Directors Chris Nestor and Mark Van Ooyen with any questions or concerns.
Cedarbrook Wildcats are expected to follow the “Wildcat Way.” This means that, on and off the field, Cedarbrook student-athletes Respect and R.O.A.R! All Cedarbrook student-athletes are expected to demonstrate the following values:
Treat all teammates, coaches, opponents, and officials with dignity, abiding by the established rules of play.
Attend all practices and games on time. Ensure academics are prioritized over participation on sports teams.
Demonstrate sportsmanship and teamwork. Reach out to fellow student-athletes to ensure their experience is positive.
Put forth the best possible effort in academics and athletics, maintaining focus on personal and team goals.
Do not give up when situations are challenging. Push yourself to bounce back stronger than you were before.