Royals News · Girls Basketball July Workouts – Are You Ready?

Parents/Royals –

As we navigate through the summer, it is becoming increasingly more clear that everyday we need to expect the unexpected. I have attached our revised summer schedule. We will start our first workout Monday, July 6th. During the week of July 6th and the week of July 13th, social distancing rules will be in full force as well as other expectations.

July 2020 Calendar

First, the three items below are required for an athlete to participate on July 6th. Please take care of these and follow directions with detail. Athletes will not be allowed to participate if the three items below are not taken care of.

  1. 2020-21  Health History Update and Consent & Release Certificate2020-21 Health History Update and Consent & Release Certificate  This is new this year from the IHSAA and can be done electronically online with the link above.  Reminder that if an athlete answers YES to any of the seven (7) questions on the Health History Questionnaire, they must get a new 2020-21 IHSAA Athletic Physical and turn it in to the athletic office prior to working out.
  2. IHSAA Physical- IHSAA Physical Form Reminder that a physical done in 2019-20 will be valid for this year as long as it is done on the IHSAA Form and an athlete was able to answer NO to all the questions on the Health History form above.
  3. Rank One Consent FormsRank One Online Forms – These must be filled out/signed each year.

Also, for every workout, each athlete will be required to bring the following. Please encourage your daughter to bring these in a separate bag.

  • Water bottle/water jug (put your name on it)
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Large clean beach towel
  • Facial mask

Finally, our present situation requires all involved to participate in meeting the above requirements if we are going to start moving towards normalcy. Please talk to your daughter(as will the coaches) about the importance using their own water bottle, not sharing items and keeping 6 feet apart. This will be the only time during the season I will encourage to guard a ball handler outside of 6 feet.