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21-22 Cheer Try-Out Dates & Information

Are you interested in becoming a cheerleader next year? The ALHS Cheerleading program is excited to announce our Try-Out dates for the 2021-2022 school year. Try-outs will occur in person on Saturday, March 20th from 9-2 in the competition gym. Information for ALHS Cheerleading Try-Outs below: Parent Meeting Agenda –  Try-Outs dates and information Important Forms

Boys Tennis Meeting Information from Coach Aronson

The Boys’ Tennis Pre-season meeting will be held this Thursday, 2/25, at 6:30 PM in room 114 at Avon Lake High School. All parents and players interested in playing boys tennis this year should plan on attending. To sign-up for the Boys’ Tennis Team this year just send me an e-mail at and I’ll

Boys Tennis Parent Meeting – Meet our New Head Coach 2/25 @ 6:30

We are excited to announce that Brett Aronson is the newest member of the Avon Lake coaching staff and will be the new Head Coach for the Boys’ Tennis Team.  Coach Aronson is a USPTA Certified Professional Tennis Coach.  During college, he played Division I Varsity Men’s Tennis for Cleveland State University and has been

Avon Lake seeks Head Varsity Volleyball Coach

Avon Lake High School is seeking a qualified and experienced Head Varsity Volleyball Coach who possesses the ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with our student-athletes.  The candidate should be a collaborative leader with strong communication and organizational skills, along with having high-level volleyball knowledge to guide our entire program to be successful in all

Winter Sports – Game Ticket Information

SWC Ticket Information General Ticket Information Tickets will be available to purchase the day of the game. Spectators are encouraged to wait until game time to purchase tickets. Basketball and wrestling – visiting spectators will be limited to purchase 2 tickets, the number of home tickets available my vary. Hockey, gymnastics, and bowling spectator limits will

Coach Klepek’s Shoremen Soccer Wrap-Up

The Avon Lake Shoremen boys soccer team enjoyed tremendous success during a unique 2020 season. With the typical cycle of preseason preparation upended due to the pandemic, and indeed with the season on hold until just before it was scheduled to begin, the Shoremen managed to navigate the turbulence en route to a stellar 16-3-1

Thank You Avon Lake Athletic Booster Club

Avon Lake Athletics wants to thank the Avon Lake Booster Club for purchasing BoxCast Streaming rights, so we can live stream events. Our tech crew is working hard to get everything installed, so we can provide live streaming for our events. This is just one of many things that the Booster Club does for our

Buy Avon Lake Athletics Home Tickets Online

All home events will be posted on our box office, which can be accessed at the link below. Tickets will not be sold at the gate. You will need to enter your child’s access code to purchase your tickets. The amount of tickets available to buy may vary as we may make adjustments as we

2020 SWC Ticket Policy

Per the Order of Governor DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health, spectator seating for an outdoor facility of 10,000 maxes at 1,500. Spectator seating for an indoor facility of 2,000 maxes at 300. Smaller venues may only use 15% of the fixed facility seating. None of the Southwestern Conference schools have the seating capacity

Sports Pre-Season Information

As the sports season approaches, please take time to be sure your athlete is ready for their first practice.  Below are items that MUST be completed prior to any participation: Pre-Participation Physical EMF The OHSAA mandates that each sport have a pre-season parent meeting to review important items.  Parents and athletes are reminded that these

2020-2021 Physical Exam Form

Click the link to download the 2020-2021 Physical Form Please be sure to complete the entire form and have your student drop off at the Athletic Office. High School Athletics: Emergency Medical form goes to your coach along with Lindsay’s Law.  Pages 6-7 of the PPE and Concussion paperwork can be read and agreed to through HERE. Learwood Athletics:

Celebrating the Class of 2020 – Stadium Lights

The Avon Lake City Schools will honor our seniors by shining our stadium lights beginning this Wednesday (April 22nd)  and continuing every Friday, Monday and Wednesday through June 5th (20 total days).  The lights will turn on at 8:20 PM (20:20 military time) and will remain on for 20 minutes. If the public would like to view

ImPACT Baseline Concussion – All Athletes

Go Shoregals! Go Shoremen! #BeatSouth Instructions for Taking the ImPACT Test (Use a computer with a hand held mouse/Track Pad and Google Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer) ImPACT cannot be administrated using an IPad/Phone of any kind!! 1. Open one of the above listed internet browsers ● Make sure you turn off pop-up blocker under

Boys Basketball Try Out Info

Please click on the link below to view try out information for boys basketball.  Times/dates are subject to change due to the football playoff schedule! B BKB Try Out Info

Use Google Chrome when searching !

When visiting our website to check schedules or looking for information, be sure you are using the correct browser!  Our website works best with Google Chrome. Internet Explorer is no longer being updated by Microsoft and WILL NOT work with our website!

Baseline Concussion Testing

Avon Lake Athletics, with the help of the Cleveland Clinic, will again be performing on site baseline concussion testing for all student athletes. We will be testing using the Cleveland Clinic’s C3 Application on the Apple iPad. The C3 baseline testing day is WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12 from 8:00 AM at Avon Lake High School in the

Player Interest Form

Are you interested in participating in Interscholastic Sports for ALHS?  Just complete the Player Interest Form under the MORE tab of our website.  This generates an email to the coach of the sport you choose and that coach will add your email to his/her contact list.  This will keep you up to date with what is

Letter to Parents from the NFHS and the OHSAA

The National Federation of State High School Associations has issued an Op-Ed with a message for parents of high school student-athletes and how their behavior is affecting the number of people willing to officiate. The letter is posted at:

Lindsay’s Law – New State of Ohio Requirement

Dear Parents and Students, If your child plans to participate in athletics at Avon Lake and is in grades 7-12, you and your child will need to read below about Lindsay’s Law and the new requirement it adds for student athletes. Follow the link below to watch the video and complete the attached form. This

ALHS SWC Awards – Congrats

It has been a great year for Avon Lake’s Bowling Team. Congrats to: Chloe Smith and Brandon Nieding on 1st Team SWC. Audrey Share and JJ Toth for 2nd Team SWC. Grace Gallagher, Halle Butler-Romweber, Evan Molloy and Jacek Gomez Honorable Mention SWC. 2020-21 Bowling All Southwestern Conference Honors

ALHS Girls Bowling Falls short to Berea Mid-Park

Audrey Share gave it all she had throwing a 196 game for a 351 series.  Halle Butler-Romweber rolled her final game as a high school bowler with a 198 game for a 340 series.  Halle has had a fantastic season on the varsity squad at Avon Lake whose record is 15 wins and 2 losses.

ALHS Boys Bowling Defeats Berea Mid-Park

Jacek Gomez was amazing on the lanes throwing a 252 game followed up with a 245 game for a 497 series to take down Berea Mid-Park. Evan Molloy had an impressive 235 game with a 411 series. Brandon Nieding rolled his last ball as a senior throwing a 215 game for a 395 series. Nieding

ALHS Boys Bowling continue winning streak and beat Midview

Evan Molloy blew up the lanes rolling a 458 series with a high game of 266.  Nik Gomez had a fantastic series of 431 with a high game of 235.  JJ Toth rolled a 431 series with a high game of 220.  Arron Kimmel stepped up to bowl a single game of 200.  Jacek Gomez

ALHS Girls Bowling beat Midview High School

Chloe Smith continues to be hot on the lanes leading the team to a victory over Midview High School. Smith rolled a 359 series with a high game of 181. Halle Butler-Romweber rolled a 343 series with a high game of 192. Audrey Share rolled a 322 series followed up by Isabelle Eadeh with a