Tech Athletics

The ideals of good sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and integrity permeate our culture. The values of good citizenship and high behavioral standards apply equally to all activity disciplines.

Our Mission

The mission of the North Technical High School Athletic Program is to provide opportunities and experiences for all students to develop:

  • Respect for self and others.
  • Ability to take positive risks.
  • Recognition of the value of physical, academic, and aesthetic pursuits.
  • Understanding of teamwork and sharing of common goals.
  • Realization of the importance of life skills.
  • Decrease negative risk behavior (drugs, alcohol, illegal substances).
  • Awareness of the diversity in cultural background.
  • Promote academic excellence.
  • Promote school morale.
  • A positive school and community relationship.
  • Discipline and teach the importance of self-discipline.
  • The opportunity to make real and lasting friendships.

From the Director

Craig Frazier
Athletic Director

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One of the main goals of the North Tech Athletic Program is to teach the concept of sportsmanship. Good sportsmanship requires that everyone be treated with respect. This includes teammates, members of the opposing team, officials, coaches, and spectators. Contests are judged by the effort of the participants. Winning is exciting, but winning at any cost is not the goal of our program.

The following policy statement from the National Federation of State High School Associations expresses the concept of sportsmanship as follows:

"The ideals of good sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and integrity permeate our culture. The values of good citizenship and high behavioral standards apply equally to all activity disciplines. Good sportsmanship shall be defined as those qualities of behavior, which are characterized by generosity and a genuine concern for others. Participants must have an awareness of the impact of an individual's influence on the behavior of others. Good sportsmanship is viewed as a concrete measure of the understanding and commitment to fair play, ethical behavior, and integrity."

Coaching Staff

Tricia Casalmir
Pom Squad

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Josh Galati
Volleyball

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Pat Hanneken
Boys and Girls Soccer

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Daniel Hartwell
Boys Track

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Drussel Huston
Girls Track

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Shanae Jenkins
Cheerleading

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Brandon Kennard
Boys Basketball

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Steve Kern
Baseball

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John Magee
Girls Basketball

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Phil Patterson
Girls Tennis

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Rich Sanders
Cross Country

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Sports Offered

Baseball

Spring Season

Basketball

Boys and Girls
Winter Season

Cheerleading

Winter Season

Cross Country

Boys and Girls
Fall Season

Pom Squad

Winter Season

Soccer

Boys, Fall Season
Girls, Spring Season

Tennis

Girls Team
Fall Season

Track

Boys and Girls
Spring Season

Volleyball

Girls Team
Fall Season
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