Athletic Staff

Mr. Randy Tira This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Athletic Director

Family ID is now open for fall sports registration.  Registration will close August 13.  Pre-registration is required for try-outs.  The first day of try-outs is August 14 and you must be present for all try-outs - no exceptions!


Even though the Governor changed the start date of the school year, the start of the fall sports season will not be changed.  Fall sports will start on August 14, 2019, with tryouts and practices that will start immediately after tryouts. All athletes must be present for all tryouts and practices.

MPSSAA season information

Try-out dates for fall/winter/spring 2019-2027

Fall Sports 2019

Family ID registration for 2019 fall sports is open.  It will close at 2:00 p.m. on August 13, 2019.  Athletes must be registered on Family ID to participate in sports at LHS.

To participate in summer conditioning for a fall sport, athletes should be registered for their fall sport, have a current physical (Physicals are current for 1 calendar year) and at least a 2.0 GPA for the most current marking period.

Registering for Sports

Family ID

IMPORTANT:  All athletes must register online using Family ID, each season and year. Additional Family ID Instructions can be found here.

Athletic Forms

Additional athletic forms can be found on the SMCPS school system's athletics website.

2019-2020 Fall Sports Athlete/Parent Pre-Season Meeting:  

Due to the SMAC coach's pre-season on August 12, 2019, the date for the LHS fall sports parent/athlete pre-season meeting is August 13th at 7:00 p.m

Room assignments will be posted on the front doors. In order to ensure the safety and security of players and coaches, eliminate unnecessary distractions and protect the integrity of the tryout process, no third party observers are permitted at athletic practices or tryouts. 

SMCPS Concussion Policy

Please visit the SMCPS Concussion Management for information on the SMCPS policy on concussions and return to play after a concussion.

When an athlete receives a concussion/head injury, they will be referred to a doctor for clearance.  If the athlete has a concussion they will not be permitted to participate until a doctor clears them AND they complete a required Return to Play Protocol.

Once cleared for Gradual Return to Play, the athlete will be progressed back to full activity following the stepwise process.

Stage 1:

Light aerobic activity

Stage 2:

Heavy aerobic and strength activity

Stage 3:

Functional, individual sport-specific drills without risk of contact

Stage 4:

Non-contact practice

Stage 5:

Full-contact practice and full participation in physical education

Stage 6:

Return to game

Core Course GPA

We are pleased to inform you that Leonardtown High School is making, a web-based software program, available to all Leonardtown High School student-athletes and their parents/guardians free of charge.
Free recruiting webinar sponsored by the MPSSAA.