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Athletic Training

Regular Season 2014-15
2014-15 x Regular Season


If your athlete needs to be seen for an athletic injury, they should see me first. After seeing/talking to me, please call Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine at 507-266-9100 to make appointments. I am also able to help in making these appointments as well.

When your son or daughter is seen by a health care provider other than myself, they will need to bring a note and give it to me prior to return to play.

Weather Conditions and Competition Board Policy

MSHSL Environmental Condition and Competition Guidelines

Schedule for 1/3/22-1/8/22

Monday: 8:30am-11am 3:30pm-6pm

Tuesday: 2:30-end of girls basketball games

Wednesday: boys hockey practice in the AM; 2:30pm-6

Thursday: 2:30-4:45; girls hockey games

Friday: 2:30-4:45; boys hockey games

Saturday: 4:15-end of boys basketball games

Kayla Uptagrafft

Head Athletic Trainer

Phone: 328-5133 (office)


Please refer to this link for any updates from the MSHSL


Within RPS we will be following the Rochester Public School's and MSHSL guideline for return to play after being COVID positive. If an athlete had to quarantine due to COVID, but was not positive themselves, they do not have to follow the protocol. The link below will bring you to the protocol, along with the doctors note to bring to their appointment when necessary. 


I hope to not have to talk to anyone about this, but if I do, we will go over it in detail together with parent and athlete. 


MDH Decision Tree

This helps guide us on when an athlete needs to be tested, not tested, in quarantine, etc.

Relevant documents

Attached documents are what I have used to help guide me how to set up my training room rules while we navigate how to participate in sports with COVID-19.



  • All athletes receiving treatment must sign in. This does include simply getting ice.
    • Signing in determines order of me helping you. You do not sign in, I am not aware that you need my help.
  • Order  of operation
    • Those playing in a game
    • Practice
    • Rehab
    • Evaluations
  • If you make a mess, please clean up after yourself
  • No shoes on taping tables or treatment tables
  • No cleats or outside shoes in the training room
  • Please do not take anything out of the training room without asking for permission first
    • If you do get approval to take equipment out of the room, please return it
  • No photos or videos can be taken in the training room. That includes snap chat or whatever crazy things you kids have these days
  • No profanity, derogatory/abusive or disrespectful language allowed
  • If an athlete is not able to follow these rules they will be asked to leave and their coach will be informed

Athletic Training Room Hours

Hours during fall camp and holiday breaks will be different until school starts back. Below are hours with school days

2:30-6:30 (fall) 

2:30-6:00 (winter and spring)

or until home events are complete.

All varsity events will be covered accordingly:


Fall- Football (primary), Soccer (primary) and Volleyball (secondary)

Winter- Hockey (primary), Wrestling (primary) and Basketball (secondary)

Spring- Lacrosse (primary), Track (primary), Baseball (secondary) and Softball (secondary)

Fall Season Saturday Clinic

This will start on September 4th and run through October 16th

Winter testing is complete

Spring sport testing will be announced in February or early March

Must have RedCap link filled out BEFORE coming to testing

Any further questions, please reach out! 
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Every athlete who plays Football, Boys and Girls Soccer, Boys and Girls Hockey, Wrestling, Boys and Girls Lacrosse, or are pitchers/catches for Baseball and Softball for Century High School needs to complete baseline testing prior to the 2020-2021 season starting.