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    Reminder to all parents:  Athletes must have a current physical turned in to the Athletic Department before the first day of practice for their team.  Please do not give the physical to the coach.  Athletes who do not have a current physical by the first day of practice will not practice or participate until the physical is current.  A blank physical form may be picked up in the Athletic Office, or use the link below.
    Print a 2018-19 sports physical  here.
    Any Miami East girl in grades 3-5 who is interested in free pitching lessons, should contact Varsity softball coach, Brian Kadel at  Lessons will be offered on Sundays starting in November and going through the winter.  Space is limited, so contact early to reserve a spot.
    There has been a change in policy for HIGH school attendance and eligibility.  High School student/athletes must be in attendance by 9:10 a.m. and must remain in school until 12:58 p.m. in order to be eligible to play in a contest that night or practice that day.

     The Miami East Athletic Department is now offering two types of season passes for athletic events.  The Viking Pride pass is an all- season pass will admit one person to all athletic events for a school year for both high school and junior high events.  The cost of each pass is $150. 

    Viking fans may also purchase a limited season pass.  These punch passes are only good for 10 admissions, but those can be any home sporting event.  Punch passes may be purchased for students or adults, high school or junior high events.  The price for an adult pass for high school games is $54, while a student pass for high school games is $20.  The cost of an adult pass for junior high games will be $36, while a student pass for junior high games will be $20.  
    Regular presale tickets prices will still be in effect.  All admissions at the gate/door for high school games will be $6.  All admissions at the gate/door for junior high games will be $4.  High school students may purchase presale tickets at a discount if they have a white card or a blue card.  White card holders may purchase their presale ticket for $2, while blue card holders will be admitted for free.  All blue and white card holders must get a ticket from Mrs. Snider, no cards will be honored at the gate.
    All passes can be purchased in the Athletic Department.
    These passes are good only for home games and are not accepted at any OHSAA sponsored tournament game.


    Reminder that the team and action photos used on this site are property of Color Green Creative and are not meant to be copied.  They are for use only on this website.


    Print a 2018-19 sports physical  here.


    View the Student Athletic Policy


    Miami East Random Drug Testing Policy


    The Miami East Local School District requires that in order to participate in interscholastic sports, all student/athletes must have insurance coverage. 

    For those families who do not have sufficient insurance coverage the Miami East Athletic Department has options available.












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Viking News

  • Tournament News

    The girls basketball team defeated Carlisle 47-40 and will now face Preble Shawnee in tournament action. The ladies will play Wednesday, February 20, 7:30 at Covington High School. The boys basketball team will face Troy Christian in the first round of tournament on Saturday, February 23 at 1:30. The game will be played at Vandalia Butler High School. Presale tickets are available in the Athletic Office for $6. Checks cannot be accepted for payment of tickets.

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  • Record Breakers

    With 22 points on Saturday vs Northwestern, Morgan Haney becomes the first girl at Miami East to score over 500 points in a season. She currently has 512. She also moved into second place career scoring with 1357 points in just three full seasons of basketball. Two Viking boys swimmers also broke records over the weekend. Camden Richter broke the 100 Freestyle with a swim of 56.67 beating the old record (56.88) set in 2016. Senior Braden Redick broke his own record in the 100 Breaststroke with a 1:12.05

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  • The Viking Way

    Junior High Principal and Head boys basketball coach Allen Mack has announced his retirement at the end of the school year. On Friday, February 8, he was honored for his 26 year career leading the Viking boys basketball program.

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  • Senior Night

    Senior athletes from all winter sports and cheerleading were recognized before the boys basketball game on February 9. Those seniors honored were....

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  • Cross County Conference Awards

    Winter athletes earn top honors in the CCC.

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  • News You Can Use

    Excellence in Dentistry is offering free mouthguards to Miami East athletes. Call 335-4630 to for more information and to schedule an appointment. See more.....

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  • Miami East Random Drug Testing Policy

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  • News from UVMC Center for Sports Medicine

    Summer Sports and Human Performance Programs

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