R.W. TRAIP ACADEMY- HOME OF THE RANGERS

Announcements

Fall Sports 

 State Play-offs 

Events calendar:


Boys/Girls Soccer

( Class C ) 

Quarter-Finals - 

Semi-Finals - 

Regional Final - 

State Game - 


Boys/Girls X-Country

( Class C )

WMC Championships

State Meet


Field Hockey

(Class C)

Quarter-Finals - 

Semi-Finals - 

Regional Final - 

State Game - 


Football

(Class D)

Quarter-Finals - 

Semi-Finals - 

Regional Final - 

State Game - 







R.W. Traip Academy Athletics
      
If you have questions please contact Mike Roberge AP/AD (CAA) 

call - 439-1121 x104 

email - mroberge@kitteryschools.com


If you have questions for the Athletic Trainer - Vacant Position

call - 439-1121 x136

email -


Traip Academy Fall Sports 

Pre-Season Schedule

AUGUST 17th, 2015


Football- (Memorial Field)Coach Ross(traipfootball@yahoo.com)
August 17th: 8:30am-10:30am & 5:00pm-7:30pm

Field Hockey- (Memorial Field)- TBA

August 17th: 5:00pm-7:00pm

X-Country- (Fort Foster Gate) Coach Merrill (bmerrill@kitteryschools.com)

August 17th: 8:30am-10:00am

Girls Soccer- (Shapleigh Field) Coach O’Neill (koneill@kitteryschools.com)

August 17th: 7:00-9:00am & 4:30-6:00pm

Boys Soccer- (Shapleigh Field) Coach Gagnon (dgagnon@kitteryschools.com)

August 17th: 5:30-8:30pm 

Sports Physicals –
Tuesday, August 18th, 8am-11am

Sports Physicals will take place in the Traip Academy (Library) on Tuesday, August 18th from 8:00am-11:00am. Coaches will inform players on Monday, August 17th the times they will report to Traip for their physical. Coaches will also provide athletes the Pre-Participation Sports Exam Form that must be completed and brought to the physical. Cost $5.00 cash!

** To be eligible for Fall Sports student athletes must have a passing grade
in four (4) classes from the 4th quarter.**



FOR UPDATED SCHEDULES PLEASE VISIT:


www.schedulestar.com



 Congratulations to Taylor Kashmer for being selected to the 

2014 Maine Field Hockey Association All State Team




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Concession Stands 
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TICK SEASON - Make sure you and your student athlete are taking the appropriate steps to protect yourself!

Preventing Tick Bites

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While it is a good idea to take preventive measures against ticks year-round, be extra vigilant in warmer months (April-September) when ticks are most active.

Avoid Direct Contact with Ticks

Avoid wooded and bushy areas with high grass and leaf litter. Walk in the center of trails.

Repel Ticks with DEET or Permethrin

Use repellents that contain 20 to 30% DEET (N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide) on exposed skin and clothing for protection that lasts up to several hours. Always follow product instructions. Parents should apply this product to their children, avoiding hands, eyes, and mouth.


Use products that contain permethrin on clothing. Treat clothing and gear, such as boots, pants, socks and tents with products containing 0.5% permethrin. It remains protective through several washings. Pre-treated clothing is available and may be protective longer.

Other repellents registered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may be found at http://cfpub.epa.gov/oppref/insect/. (http://cfpub.epa.gov/oppref/insect/) (http://www.cdc.gov/Other/disclaimer.html)

Find and Remove Ticks from Your Body

Bathe or shower as soon as possible after coming indoors (preferably within two hours) to wash off and more easily find ticks that are crawling on you.

Conduct a full-body tick check using a hand-held or full-length mirror to view all parts of your body upon return from tick-infested areas. 

Parents should check their children for ticks under the arms, in and around the ears, inside the belly button, behind the knees, between the legs, around the waist, and especially in their hair.

Examine gear and pets. Ticks can ride into the home on clothing and pets, then attach to a person later, so carefully examine pets, coats, and day packs.

Tumble clothes in a dryer on high heat for an hour to kill remaining ticks. (Some research suggests that shorter drying times may also be effective, particularly if the clothing is not wet.)