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Basketball Schedules

Category : Basketball , Sports

The Hawbridge School
Middle School Boys’ Basketball Schedule 2016-17

Date: Visiting Team: Home Team: Location: Time:
Tue. Nov. 29th The Hawbridge School Burlington Christian School 621 E. Sixth St.

Burlington, NC 27215

4:00 pm
Tue. Dec. 6th The Hawbridge School Triangle Day School 4911 Neal Rd.

Durham, NC 27705 (gym is across street from baseball and soccer fields)

4:00 pm
Thur. Dec. 15th The Hawbridge School Bradford Academy 622 Corregidor St.

Mebane, NC 27302

3:15 pm
Mon. Dec. 19th The Hawbridge School Southern Wake 5108 Old Powell Rd.

Holly Springs, NC

5:00 pm
Thur. Jan. 5th The Hawbridge School Durham Academy 3116 Academy Rd.

Durham, NC 27707

5:15 pm
Tue. Jan. 10th The Hawbridge School Triangle Day School 4911 Neal Rd.

Durham, NC 27705

4:00 pm
Fri. Jan. 13th The Hawbridge School The Duke School 3716 Erwin Rd.

Durham, NC 27705

4:00 pm
Wed. Jan. 18th The Hawbridge School The Burlington School 1615 Greenwood Terrace

Burlington, NC 27215

4:00 pm
Fri. Jan. 20th

 

The Hawbridge School Trinity School 4011 Pickett Rd.

Durham, NC 27705

4:00 pm
Mon. Jan. 30th The Hawbridge School Southern Wake 5108 Old Powell Rd.

Holly Springs, NC

5:00 pm

The Hawbridge School
Co-ed Basketball Schedule 2016-2017

DATE VISITING TEAM HOME TEAM  LOCATION TIME
Monday

12/5/16

Hawbridge Hopewell Bond Park C.C.

801 High House Road

Cary, NC 27513

4:00
Friday

12/9/16

 

Hawbridge Fletcher Fletcher Academy

400 Cedarview Ct

Raleigh, NC 27609

4:00
Monday

12/12/16

Hawbridge Emerson Orange County Rec. Center

300 W Tryon St.

Hillsborough, NC 27278

3:45
1/2-6/17

 

1/6/17

 

Open Week for Scheduling

Friday

1/13/17

Hopewell Hawbridge Bond Park C.C.

801 High House Road

Cary, NC 27513

4:00
Tuesday

1/17/17

 

Hawbridge Emerson Orange County Rec. Center

300 W Tryon St,

Hillsborough, NC 27278

3:45
Friday

1/20/17

Camelot Hawbridge Lyon Park Gym

1309 Halley St,

Durham, NC 27707

4:00
Tuesday

1/24/17

 

Fletcher Hawbridge Fletcher Academy

400 Cedarview Ct

Raleigh, NC 27609

4:00
Friday

1/27/17

 

Hawbridge Camelot Lyon Park Gym

1309 Halley St,

Durham, NC 27707

4:00
Monday

1/30/17

CCAL Tournament

#4 vs #5

@ Higher Seed or TFA

Fletcher Academy

400 Cedarview Ct

Raleigh, NC 27609

TBA
Wednesday

2/1/17

CCAL Tournament

#2 vs #3

#1 vs #4/#5

@ Higher Seed or TFA

Fletcher Academy

400 Cedarview Ct

Raleigh, NC 27609

TBA
Friday

2/3/17

CCAL Championship

@ Higher Seed or TFA

Fletcher Academy

400 Cedarview Ct

Raleigh, NC 27609

TBA

 

 


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2016 Cross Country Schedule

Category : Cross Country , Sports

DATE HOSTING TEAM LOCATION TIME
Wednesday, August 31st Alamance County Meet
Thursday, September 1st The Hawbridge School
Non-Conference Meet(Clover Garden, Piedmont Classical, Woods Charter)
1735 Saxapahaw-Bethlehem Church Rd.

Saxapahaw, NC 27340

(field is across the street)

3:45 Walk

4:15 Start

Wednesday, September 14th Emerson Waldorf School Emerson Waldorf
6211 New Jericho Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
3:45 Walk

4:15 Start

Thursday, September 22nd The Hawbridge School 1735 Saxapahaw-Bethlehem Church Rd.

Saxapahaw, NC 27340

(field is across the street)

3:45 Walk

4:15 Start

Saturday, September 24th Greensboro Invitational Hagan Stone Park

5920 Hagan-Stone Park Rd.

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313

Leaving school at

7 am

Thursday, September 29th Camelot Academy TBD
Tentative: Monday, October 3rd Southern Wake
Thursday, October 6th The Fletcher Academy Umstead Park
8801 Glenwood Ave
Raleigh, NC 27617
3:45 Walk

4:15 Start

Thursday, October 13th The Hawbridge School 1735 Saxapahaw-Bethlehem Church Rd.

Saxapahaw, NC 27340

(field is across the street)

3:45 Walk

4:15 Start

Wednesday, October 26th Emerson Waldorf School Emerson Waldorf
6211 New Jericho Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
3:45 Walk

4:15 Start


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2016 Soccer Schedule

Category : Soccer , Sports

THE HAWBRIDGE SCHOOL 2016 SOCCER SCHEDULE

 

DATE VISITING TEAM HOME TEAM LOCATION TIME
Tue 8/16/16 The Hawbridge School Eastern Alamance (Varsity) Cedar Falls Park (Scrimmage) 8 am
Thur 8/25/16 The Hawbridge School Triad Math and Science Academy 5207 W. Wendover Ave.

Jamestown, NC 27282

4:00
Wed 9/7/16 The Hawbridge School Carrboro (JV) Carrboro High School 4:45
Fri 9/16/16 Emerson Waldorf School The Hawbridge School Fairchild Park

827 S. Graham Hopedale Rd

Burlington, NC 27217

4:00
Mon 9/19/16 The Hawbridge School Southern Wake 301 Fleming Loop Field Rd.

Fuquay-Varina

4:30
Wed 9/21/16 Fletcher Academy The Hawbridge School 1450 Springwood Church Rd.

Burlington, NC 27215

4:00
Fri 9/23/16 The Hawbridge School Camelot Academy Piney Wood Park

400 East Woodcroft Parkway

Durham, NC 27713

4:00
Mon. 9/26/16 Chatham Charter School The Hawbridge School 1450 Springwood Church Rd.

Burlington, NC 27215

4:00
Wed 9/28/16 The Hawbridge School Emerson Waldorf School The Emerson Waldorf School

6211 New Jericho Road, Chapel Hill NC 27516

4:00
Fri 9/30/16 The Hawbridge School Chatham Charter School Paul Braxton Field

115 S. 3rd Ave.

Siler City, NC 27344

6:00
Wed 10/5/16 Camelot Academy The Hawbridge School 1450 Springwood Church Rd.

Burlington, NC 27215

4:00
Thur. 10/6/16 The Hawbridge School Hopewell Academy 3717 Davis Dr.

Morrisville, NC 27560

4:00
Wed 10/12/16 The Hawbridge School Fletcher Academy The Fletcher Academy

400 Cedarview Ct

Raleigh, NC 27609

4:00
Mon 10/17/16 CCAL Tourney Rd. 1 TBA TBA TBA
Wed 10/19/16 CCAL Championship TBA TBA TBA

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2016 Soccer

Category : Soccer , Sports

CharlieOn Monday, August 1, we will begin tryouts for the Hawbridge Herons Soccer Team. Tryouts will be at Cedar Falls Park on Weaver Dairy Road in Chapel Hill, from 8am until 10am, Monday through Thursday. We would like all students who are interested to attend as many sessions as possible (including students who were on the team last year). There is no preferential treatment, and we look forward to seeing you there. GO HERONS!

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
1. This is a Co-Ed league so we encourage Boys and Girls to try out.
2. Tryouts are for students 7th-12th grade but this is a high school league so expect more high schoolers on the team.
3. This is a competitive team in a competitive high school league, so some students may not make the team.
4. As a competitive team, we do not guarantee that any student will have a minimal playing time. We do, however, try to ensure that everyone gets the opportunity to get onto the field over the course of the season. Last season, all our student athletes had game time.
5. Students who wish to try out should have all appropriate soccer equipment: Soccer Cleats, Shin Pads (Gloves if interested in Goalkeeping), Shorts, Shirt, Sunblock and water bottle and should bring these to every session.
6. The more sessions that students attend, the more committed it shows them to be, and the more opportunities they have to show us what they can do.
7. Students need an athletic medical form completed by a doctor either before they begin tryouts or within a short period of time and can turn them into either the coaches or Mr. Feldman.
8. Parents, if your son/daughter is participating, then we will be asking you to make a contribution of time and/or money. This activity requires an athletic fee (TBD), but we will also need to fundraise and need parents to support our cause by volunteering to transport students to games. Without this support, we will not be able to play so please be prepared to participate.
9. Students will be required to come to practices at least 2 of the 3 times a week after tryouts for practice before the beginning of the school year. We are happy to make accommodations for students who may be absent for a week because of a vacation, but we will play our first game shortly after school starts and the team needs to be fully prepared.
10. It is likely to be extremely HOT by the time sessions end. Students should have had at least some food as early as possible and some water. Students will need to bring SEVERAL WATER BOTTLES to remain hydrated.

11. In the interest of safety, please have a phone on you during practice and make sure that you child has your contact details (preferably in their phone).

If you have any questions, please email scowland@hawbridgeschool.org or kduke@hawbridgeschool.org and we will do our best to answer questions. Please give at least 48 hours for a response as we are also currently on vacation. Also, we will be holding a parent meeting early in the school year which will hopefully address more questions. If you have questions about athletics, medicals, fundraising or supporting the team, please contact Mr. Feldman at dfeldman@hawbridgeschool.org.

Sincerely

‘Coach’ Shanee Cowland
Soccer Coach
Math & Science Teacher
scowland@hawbridgeschool.org


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2016 Cross Country

Category : Cross Country , Sports

Sport Preparticipation Examination Form


Hello Hawbridge Community,

I hope that everyone is having a safe and active summer. With the 2016-2017 school year approaching, I wanted to send out some information about the upcoming cross country season.

Cross country is a challenging but rewarding sport, with a focus on setting personal goals and achieving them through hard work and dedication. The Hawbridge School Cross Country team are the two-time defending champions in the Central Carolina Athletic League, and hope to add to this legacy in the 2016 season.

Cross Country practice/tryouts will begin August 2nd. Sessions will be held from 8:15am – 10:15am. This first week, there will be a session Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Beginning on August 8th, practices will be held from 3:45pm – 5:45pm, Monday-Thursday. This will be the typical practice schedule once school begins. Students who plan to attend practices/tryouts for cross country should bring water and some form of electrolyte replacement (I’m partial to Skratch Labs). Students should come dressed to workout the entire session (i.e. running shorts/spandex, t-shirt/tank top, running shoes). If you are looking for good quality running shorts/spandex at an affordable price, Target has an excellent selection from Champion. For good quality running shoes I would highly recommend visiting a specialty store such as Fleet Feet Sports in Carrboro (they offer a cross country discount). Racing flats or spikes are not necessary. I would recommend going with a light weight trail running shoe though.

Cross County is a very challenging sport, and the first day of practice will be difficult. It is important that runners not get discouraged if their first couple of days are a little rough. The heat and level of intensity make it tough even for the students who worked out all summer long. There is normally at least one student who vomits on day one, and that is ok.

The cross country meet schedule for 2016 is currently TBD. Last season the meets were held on Thursdays, with very few deviations. Invitational races will be a big focus this year, which will require a few Saturdays, mainly from the high school runners.

In these last couple of weeks before the season, students should be running consistently. Runs should be at least 4-5 days a week, and 45-90min in length. If a student has not been training this summer that will not keep them off the team, it just means they have some catching up to do.

Please contact me with any questions regarding cross country.

Thanks,

Martin Jacaruso

Questions should be directed to mjacaruso@hawbridgeschool.org

 


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