Parents and their student-athletes are invited to attend the spring sports meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in the Mraz Center. Jeff Marshall, Athletics Director, will have a brief presentation and sport specific meetings will immediately follow.
Senior Ashley Vanderwoude was recently named the top female athlete at Burnsville High School, winning the Athena Award. The annual award is handed out to the most outstanding female athlete in each metro area high school.
Vanderwoude, a three-year letter winner, will receive her award at the 43rd annual banquet, held at the Minneapolis Convention Center in May.
Students who are interested in participating in badminton, boys' and girls' track and field and softball should plan on attending the athletic booster meeting with their parent(s) at Burnsville High School on Sunday, March 1. Team-specific meetings will begin at 7 p.m (badminton in C180; boys' track in Mraz; softball in Mraz; and girls' track in Media Center) followed by a large group meeting in the Mraz Center with the Athletic Director at 8 p.m.
Students wishing to participate in spring athletics must complete and submit the following to Burnsville High School or to their respective junior high prior to tryouts or practice. This information can be turned in at anytime up to start dates. Please submit information as soon as possible.