Welcome to the Athletic Office!
It is the responsibility of MCHS students, staff, and community to create an environment for athletics that promotes sportsmanship and a strong work ethic with an emphasis on team first, through the guidance of the coaching staff.
Good sportsmanship is the attitude and behavior that exemplifies positive support for the interscholastic programs of IHSA member schools, as well as for the individuals who participate in such programs. People involved in all facets of the interscholastic program are expected to demonstrate respect for others and display good sportsmanship.
Sportsmanship starts on the court or athletic field and extends into the bleachers and beyond. In today's increasingly competitive environment, the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat seem to be more intensified than ever before. It is important to raise the public awareness of sportsmanship and interscholastic activities. It is everyone's responsibility to practice good sportsmanship. Recognizing the efforts by students, coaches, administrators, spirit groups, and fans is a valuable part of the interscholastic experience.
At MCHS, we seek to foster a partnership between the school and our parent community, working together to support the growth of our students. To that end, we ask your support to help create a positive learning environment for our students.
Refer to the important links provided below to answer some of the frequently asked questions relating to athletic policy. You may also access an electronic version of the Athletic Handbook. Please feel free to contact our office with any questions or concerns.
Click here to visit the Athletic Office's web site.
|Robert Tyrell||(815) 467-2140||x5120||Administration - Athletic Director|
|Jeri Brockett||(815) 467-2140||x5056||Athletic Director's Secretary|
|Jill Nehring||Assistant Athletic Director - Fall|
|Wes Anderson||Assistant Athletic Director - Winter|
|Paige Schoolman||Assistant Athletic Director - Spring|