Athletics

Each athlete MUST have a completed physical form and signed concussion form before they can start practice. Bring the completed forms the first day.  For more information in regard to the concussion statement, please go to the MHSA home page: www.mhsa.org, “Sports Medicine.”

This year we will be having Impact Testing for all freshman, juniors, and athletes that have not been tested before (the test is supposed to occur every two years).  Testing will occur in the library!

Monday, August 7, 2017 9am-noon, 1-3pm

Tuesday, August 8, 2017 9am-noon, 1-3pm

All required forms are found below or can be picked up in the Main Office at CHS. Sport participation fees are as follows.  A high school student activity card will be $30 for the school year.  Fall-Winter-Spring sports:

1st activity – $70 (Activity Card included)

2nd activity – $40

3rd activity – $40

Adult Activity Card – $50

K-8th grade Activity Card – $30

Concussion Form

Activities Participation Form

Pre-Participation Physical Form

Drug & Alcohol Form

Free & Reduced Meal Form  **If applicable please contact the District Office for application and eligibility.

For more information about each sport offered, please click on the tabs on the menu to the right.

For information about the BOOSTER CLUB, please click here.

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NEWS FROM ATHLETICS

Posted on May 9, 2016

CHS Freshmen Girls Fourth in Missoula!

top 10The Capital High freshman girls track and field team placed fourth at the Missoula Freshman Invitational last week behind Audrey Bloomquist’s 30-point performance.

Posted on May 3, 2016

“Is there a Bignell in the house?”

Bignell“You can almost imagine the public address announcer in the University of Montana Western’s Straugh Gym next basketball season: ‘Is there a Bignell in the house?’

That’s because with the addition of Capital High’s Savanna Bignell, the Western Bulldogs women’s basketball roster will be crowded with four Bignells — Savanna, older sister Sierra and cousin Kaye, all from CHS, and cousin Frankie Bignell of Class B Drummond.”

To see the full IR article click here.

Posted on May 3, 2016

Miller Wins 300th in Kalispell

softball 2“Capital High coach Mike Miller earned his 300th career win in the first game of a doubleheader in Kalispell on Saturday, when his Lady Bruins outlasted Flathead in nine innings, 11-7.”

To see the full IR article click here.

Posted on May 3, 2016

Local Tennis Players Place in Missoula Invitational

tennis“The Capital High doubles team of Rob Tabaracci and Kip Giddings placed third at the Missoula Tennis Invitational on Saturday, beating Flathead’s A. Naglich and G. Regoli 8-3 in the boys No. 3 doubles consolation finals. In the No. 1 doubles third-place match, the Bruins’ Alex Hanson and Brock Belcher lost to Ethan Violette and Sean Ramsbacher (Sentinel) 8-3, and finished fourth.”

To see the full IR article click here.

Posted on April 29, 2016

Capital Splits in Missoula!

softball 2“Capital High’s Taylor Mathews stroked a game-winning RBI double to beat Missoula Sentinel in a game that was started last Saturday, before the Lady Bruins were edged by Big Sky and finished with a Western Conference split in the Garden City on Wednesday.”

To see the full IR article click here.

Posted on April 28, 2016

Locals Fare Well At Top 10!

top 10“Taking on some of the best the state has to offer, local and area athletes turned in impressive times on Tuesday at the Russ Pilcher Top 10 Meet in Missoula.

The best of the local showings may have belonged to Helena High’s Carly Smiedala, who recorded a 57.93 in the 400, crossing nearly two seconds in front of the second-place finisher, Olivia Burgad from Missoula Sentinel. The time is among the fastest run in the state this season and a new meet record, though just off from the 57.56 she ran at her last meet in Great Falls.

Glacier sensation Annie Hill turned in a pair of meet-record performances as well, recording a 2:11.26 to win the and taking the 1,600 in 4:46.69. She won both events by more than seven seconds.

In other girls track events, Capital’s Elena Carter ran her best time of the season in the 100 hurdles, taking third with a 15.43, and the Bruins finished third in the sprint relay, in 51.41. Helena High’s girls won the 1,600-meter relay, in 4:05.53, trimming three and a half seconds off their preview best.”

To see the full IR article click here.

Posted on April 26, 2016

Bruins Pile Up 13 Hits to Down HHS!

softball 1“Capital High posted a five-run third inning to dig out of a three-run hole, and then held on for a 6-5 victory over Helena High in the second crosstown softball game of the season on Tuesday.

The Bruins pounded out 13 hits in the Western AA tilt at Mihelish Field, highlighted by a pair of two-run homers by Taylor Mathews and Jaley Priddy. Mathews finished with three hits on a cold Montana spring day — the temperature hovered in the upper-30s — while senior left-hander Toree Rensmon pitched the win.”

To read the Full IR article please click here.

Posted on April 14, 2016

Griffin to Play for NW Nazarene!

Check out the IR story on Koby Griffin – one of our CHS seniors!

Click Here.griffin picture

Posted on March 31, 2016

Bruins Enter 2016 With Plenty of Veteran Leadership!

“The latest softball season gets underway on Thursday, as Capital High hosts Helena in the first of their three crosstown battles. The game is scheduled for 4 softballp.m. at Northwest Park and is a non-conference tilt, but will count for team records and individual stats.”

To see the full IR article click here.

Posted on March 22, 2016

Sports Physicals Are Coming Up!!

For Sports coming up for the new school year, please see the below flyer for Helena Area High School Physicals costing only $20 per person.

6th Annual Helena Area High School Physicals Flyer 2016