Raider Nation, here is our schedule for the week of February 2nd.
Monday - Home game vs Dakota. We will wear black jerseys. Game time is 5:30. Players need to be at the school by 5PM.
Tuesday - practice
Wednesday - Game at St Paul Humboldt at 4:30.
Bus times are as follows.
2:45 John Marshall
Since we are the visiting team we will wear grey jerseys, but have athletes bring both to this game just in case we need to change.
Thursday - practice
Also the Raiders end of season banquet for those who want to get it on their calendar will be Wednesday, March 18th at Century High School cafeteria at 6PM.
I am the head coach for the Rochester raiders adapted floor hockey team. are Could you please send this link/info onto any parents, adapted PE teachers or others who may be interested? The team is a co-ed team (boys and girls) grades 7-12 with kids with PHYSICAL impairments. If you know of any students that could benefit from this program please feel free to give them my contact information and/or contact the Century High School athletic office (507-328-5140).
Also be sure to check our promotional video on the link above!
Thanks so much,
Rochester Raiders AFH Coach
The mission for Adapted Athletics is to provide youth with disabilities the same opportunity as other students to enjoy the benefits of a quality high school sports program.
ABOUT INTERSCHOLASTIC ADAPTED ATHLETICS
Interscholastic sports are the most competitive of all sports programs at the high school level and are the only sports sanctioned by the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL). Adapted Athletics are interscholastic sports that are just as competitive as football, hockey or any other high school varsity sport. Adapted Athletics emerged and developed to this point over the last 20 years with considerable input from many sources including coaches, educators, former players and high school league officials. In fact, it was the players themselves that wanted an opportunity to play in a sports program that was "just like the programs offered to their classmates".
The goal of the program has always been to provide sports experiences for high school athletes with disabilities in the same manner that they have been provided for non-disabled athletes. The organization wanted to provide interscholastic sports opportunities where none previously existed. This has been achieved in the state of Minnesota. Minnesota is the first state where adapted sports have been officially sanctioned by a state high school league.
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