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.
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The Miami East Local School District requires that in order to participate in interscholastic sports, all student/athletes must have insurance coverage.
Student/Athlete Insurance Coverage
In accordance with OHSAA and Miami East Local Schools guidelines, all students participating in interscholastic athletics must have health insurance provided by their parent/guardian. The school is not responsible for providing health insurance to its student/athletes
For those families who do not have sufficient insurance coverage the Miami East Athletic Department has an option available.
The Lady Viking basketball team won their first round tournament game, defeating National Trail. They will now face Anna on Monday, February 24 at 6:00 at Covington High School. Viking boys basketball will take on National Trail in their opening game on Thursday, February 27 at 7:30 at Northmont High School. (See link inside) Presale tickets for both games are on sale in the Athletic Office for $6.
The Lady Viking wrestling team will travel to Hilliard Davidson HIgh School to compete in the first ever OHSWCA girls wrestling state tournament. The ladies made history earlier this year when they hosted and participated in the first ever all female wrestling dual. Wrestling will begin both Saturday and Sunday at 10:00.
With cancer affecting numerous people in our community, the Lady Vikings continue to host their annual “Hoops for Hope '' game. Over the course of the past five years, through support of the players, parents, fans, and the visiting teams, the Lady Vikings have raised a total of $5,522.60. On Saturday, February 8, 2020, the Lady Vikings and the Lady Warriors from Northwestern played their annual “Hoops for Hope” game, and although we all know that the battle against cancer is much more than a game, the Lady Vikings and Lady Warriors were able help continue the fight against cancer. The Miami East and Northwestern Girls’ basketball communities were excited to present a check in the amount of $1,452.66 to Hospice of Miami County.
Competitive high school events can be a highly emotional experience for the parents of participants and other invested adults, especially during the intense moments when winning and losing hangs in the balance. “Beyond The Scoreboard,” which follows “The Parent Seat” as the second non-course production housed on the NFHS Learning Center website (www.NFHSLearn.com), utilizes a list of 10 “life lessons” fostered by athletics and activities participation that are often forgotten by adult fans during the heated battle for victory.