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  • Schedule Star

    Follow this link to get up-to-date CHS and LMS sports schedules anytime from Schedule Star.

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  • The Latest

    UPDATE 1/22/2021: The following statements are attributable to Mark Uyl, executive director of the Michigan High School Athletic Association, in response to today's announcements by Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) on the topics of spectators and Winter contact sports.

    Governor Whitmer and MDHHS announced that sports arenas with capacities of at least 10,000 spectators may allow up to 500 to attend events. However, no additional tickets will be sold for today and Saturday's 11-Player Football Finals at Ford Field.

    "We have been planning these Finals for weeks to include immediate family, and unfortunately this isn't a process we can adjust midstream," Uyl said. "Distributing more tickets would put stress on those plans and Ford Field staffing, and force schools to make more hard decisions on who will be able to attend, but at the last second instead of with prior planning."

    Governor Whitmer and MDHHS also announced that Winter contact sports - including MHSAA activities in girls and boys basketball, competitive cheer, ice hockey and wrestling - must remain non-contact through Feb. 21. The previous emergency order was set to expire at the end of January and would've allowed those sports to begin contact activities Feb. 1.

    "We found out about this decision at 9:30 AM like everyone else, and we will address it as quickly as possible after taking the weekend to collect more information," Uyl said. "We did not anticipate this delay in winter contact practices and competition, and today's announcement has created many new questions.

    "Obviously, this is disappointing to thousands of athletes who have been training with their teams over the last week and watching teams in other states around Michigan play for the last two months."

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  • COVID-19 Considerations

    The health and safety of our students is something Coldwater Community Schools takes very seriously. With Health and Safety being one of our pillars, if a student-athlete has come in close contact (6 feet or closer for more than 15 minutes) with a person that tested positive for COVID-19, has had symptoms of COVID-19, or if that other person has been quarantined, the student-athlete will need to quarantine themselves for 14 days and will not be allowed on school property. Before they can return to practice, the student-athlete will need to bring proof of a negative COVID-19 test. This test will need to be dated no earlier than 3 days prior to their return. We want to make sure everyone that is involved with the Coldwater Community Schools is safe.

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  • FinalForms Online Athlete Registration

    All Coldwater High School and Legg Middle School student-athletes are required to be registered in our online athletic registration program, FinalForms. Instructions and more information are available here.

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  • Single Game Ticket Prices/CHS Athletics

    • All tickets: $5.00

    Passes

    • Family Pass (Good for all immediate family members): $200/year
    • 20-Punch Student Pass: $45.00
    • 20-Punch Adult Pass: $80.00
    • 20-Punch Senior Pass (62+): $40.00

    Passes can be used for all home athletic events EXCEPT for MHSAA Tournament events or invitationals/tournaments hosted by CHS or LMS.

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  • Want To Be A Coach?

    Coaching openings are posted to the district's Current Employment Opportunities page.

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  • AM 1590 & FM 95.5 WTVB Coldwater - We're the Voice of Branch County Once again, WTVB will broadcast every Coldwater Cardinal football game, home and away, along with selected volleyball matches! Click on the WTVB logo to open up the fall sports broadcast schedule (subject to change). Also, take note of the following links:

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