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From Your Athletic Director,
If you are new to FEAST Sports, August is when many of our fall sports get organized and begin their seasons. Parents play a significant role in the success of our sports program as coaches, helpers, and team mothers. If you are looking for a place to serve this year, please consider volunteering some of your time helping with one of our exceptional teams! Below you will find several opportunities where you might fit in! If you can help with any of the following sports, please call or email the athletic director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-861-0454.
Basketball could still use people to help with roles, such as scheduling our referees and coaching.
We still have an opening for boy’s high school soccer commissioner. If this program is to continue, we will need someone to step into her shoes very quickly.
We are looking for a new golf commissioner. If you golf then we need your help. Please contact Scott Lane at the AD email or phone shown above.
On a good note, we have two people with exceptional backgrounds in the Scotellos who will create a wrestling program this fall at FEAST. We thank them for this great new offering!
Doug O’Neal has taken over as commissioner and head coach for our girls’ softball program. They will have a one day a week skills camp offering this fall.
Volleyball has secured Baruch HaShem as their practice and game site facility for the coming year. Basketball will use Alamo City All-Stars as their practice facility and for home games. Football will practice and play their home games at the Winston School San Antonio.
Football, volleyball, and basketball will all get going in August.
Basketball will begin their Skills Camp on August 13 at Alamo City All-Stars for both girls and boys grades 5th through 12th grades. The boy’s skills camp will be from 11 am till 1 pm each Monday and Wednesday from August 13 till September 12th. The girl’s camp will also be on Monday’s and Wednesday’s from 1 till 3 pm. The 5-week camp will cost each participant just $40.
Cross country has had their kick-off meeting, and they are already practicing for the fall. Contact Commissioner Mark Jones for information on this excellent offering.
Remember that to participate in any FEAST sports, you will need a Patriot Pass, which allows your entire family access to all FEAST activities for a full year. The price of the Patriot Pass has now been cut almost in half by our not having so much overhead as we did at the Burwood location. Remember also that we never wish the Patriot Pass to become an economic burden to anyone, so if it is for your family, contact us so that we can work out a barter arrangement. We hope that all of you have a great summer!
“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity.” Psalm 133:1
Are you interested in coaching for FEAST? If so, please click on the link to fill out the appropriate application.
- If you have never coached before, please click here to fill out an application for new coaches.
- If you have coached previously, please click here to fill out an application for returning coaches.
Important Links, Phone Numbers and Emails:
- FEAST Sports Handbook All participants must read and agree with the FEAST Sports Handbook.
- Liability Release and Medical Waiver In order to participate in any FEAST sport you must read and agree with this waiver.
- Incident Form Please use this online form to report an incident
- For questions, contact the Sports Office: (210) 342-4674 ext. 14
- Sports Office Email Address: email@example.com
- Patriot Pass You must be a Patriot Pass holder in order to participate in any FEAST sport. The Patriot Pass is $125 per family per year
*NOTE: You must be a Patriot Pass holder in order to participate in any FEAST sport. The Patriot Pass is $125 per family per year. Click here to read more about the Patriot Pass.