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Welcome to Hubble Middle School Athletics!

We are thrilled to have students join us for an exciting journey into the world of interscholastic sports and intramural programs. Whether a seasoned athlete or new to the game, we offer a wide range of opportunities to help students grow both physically and mentally while having fun along the way.

Interscholastic Athletics:

Our interscholastic athletic programs are designed for students who are eager to compete against other schools in a structured and challenging environment. We believe in fostering a sense of healthy competition, teamwork, and personal growth through participation in our programs. Through our diverse selection of sports, including cross country, basketball, volleyball, wrestling, and track and field, we strive to provide an enriching athletic experience for every student.

Intramural Programs:

We understand that not every student wants to participate in competitive sports, which is why we also offer a variety of intramural programs. These programs are designed to provide a less intense and more inclusive athletic experience. With options like recreational flag football, basketball, soccer, and other fun activities, our intramural programs ensure that everyone can find a way to stay active and engaged.

Sportsmanship and Leadership:

At Hubble Middle School, sportsmanship is a core value we instill in all our student-athletes. We believe in embracing fair play, respect for opponents, and the ability to gracefully handle both success and defeat. Our dedicated coaches and staff are committed to teaching valuable leadership and social skills through our athletic programs, helping students develop qualities such as teamwork, discipline, resilience, and self-confidence that will extend far beyond the playing field.

To get started or learn more about our programs, please explore the rest of our website and feel free to reach out. Let's make this an unforgettable year of sportsmanship, personal growth, and fun!

Mark Hiben

Athletic Director