Summer Games

 

Swimming (Aquatics), Unified Volleyball, Individual Bocce, Powerlifting, Track & Field

 

We have something to offer for everyone during summer sports. The unique thing about summer sports is you can be in track and field as well as another sport. This gives you twice the fun.

 

Some of the summer sports do have limitations. You must be 16 years of age to participate in power lifting and 30 years of age to compete in bocce. You can practice with the swimmers regardless of ability but in order to participate at the District and State levels, you must be capable of swimming in the deep end unassisted.

 

In order to be eligible to compete in State Games, you must compete in Area Games and/or Districts.

 

Start Dates (see practice schedule below)

 

  • Volleyball - Sunday, March 15th, 2020, Agassiz/Woodrow Wilson (See schedule below)

  • Track & Field - Sunday, March 15th, 2020 at Agassiz/Woodrow Wilson (See schedule below)

  • Power Lifting - Monday, March 23rd, 2020 at YMCA Downtown (See schedule below)

  • Swimming - April 2020 (Specifics TBD)

  • Individual Bocce - TBD when dry enough. Location TBD

Area Games

  • Volleyball - TBD

  • Track & Field - TBD (weather dependent) 

  • Power Lifting - N/A

  • Swimming - TBD

  • Individual Bocce - TBD (weather dependent)

Districts

Sunday, April 26th, 2020 in Valley City, ND

State

**Cancelled due to COVID-19**

Parade of Athletes will be on Thursday evening, June 4th down Broadway in downtown Fargo. The parade will march to Opening Ceremonies at the Civic Center.

Practice Schedule

No practice for Track, Bocce and Volleyball on April 12th, May 10th and May 24th.

*Track practices will start indoors at Agassiz until the weather allows us to move to Discovery Middle School 

 
 
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