Athletics is but one way that Saint Michael lives out its mission statement. Through athletics, the whole child is nurtured. Athletes learn academically as they learn new skills, strategies and plays; they learn emotionally and socially as they deal with winning and losing and supporting each other on a team. Our athletes grow spiritually as they pray together regularly and as they give glory to God for the physical bodies and talents with which they have been blessed. Physically, our athletes are nurtured as they exercise and strengthen their bodies through practices and games.
Athletic teams fielded at Saint Michael are for Grade 5-6 (JV) and 7-8 (Varsity) student athletes.
Download the Athletic Participation Form. Complete and turn in to the office along with payment of participation fee.
Download the Athletic Booster Club Form. Complete and turn in to the office along with payment of Booster Club fee.
SMLS Athletic Programs
JV Boys Soccer
Varsity Boys Soccer
JV Girls Volleyball
Varsity Girls Volleyball
JV Girls Basketball
Varsity Girls Basketball
JV Boys Basketball
Varsity Boys Basketball
JV Girls Soccer
Varsity Girls Soccer
Varsity Boys Flag Football
Contact TJ O’Connell, Athletic Director, to be put in contact with the appropriate coach for your sport of interest. 239-939-1218.
A Christian Sports Code:
As a player, coach, parent, fan, or official, I will…
- Play hard, but fairly, according to the rules of the game.
- Consider opponents and officials as friends and neighbors and treat them with courtesy and respect.
- Applaud teammates and opponents who make good plays or demonstrate good sportsmanship.
- Accept the decisions of officials respectfully, recognizing that they have a difficult job and are doing their best to uphold the rules fairly.
- Win without boasting and lose without excuse or complaint.
- Never hiss or boo players or officials.
- Never use profanity, racist or sexist comments, or other intimidating actions.
- Do unto others, as I would have them do unto me.
- Seek to glorify a gracious God rather than be glorified.
- Thank and praise God for the gifts of health, talent, and the opportunity to take part in a sport.
- Celebrate every opportunity to participate in sports as a chance to learn and to grow in Christian maturity.