Athletics

Welcome to Hanford High Athletics!

Find the latest announcements and schedules at hanfordathletics.com

2024 Summer Sports Information

As we gear up for the summer break, we're thrilled to announce the array of athletic opportunities available for our students during the summer months.  At Hanford High School, we believe in fostering a well-rounded educational experience that includes physical activity and team engagement beyond the traditional school year.

From summer camps to training sessions and competitive events, there's something for everyone to enjoy and participate in.  We encourage students to stay active, hone their skills, and build camaraderie with fellow teammates.

You can access all details regarding our summer athletic programs, including schedules, registration information, and contact details for head coaches, conveniently on our athletic website at hanfordathletics.com.  Simply navigate to the "More" section of the main toolbar where you'll discover a comprehensive list of our summer offerings.  Alternatively, you can take a quick glance below to view the current summer offerings:

Should any students, parents, or staff members have questions or concerns regarding the summer athletic information provided, we encourage you to reach out directly to the respective head coaches.  They will serve as the primary point of contact for all inquiries related to summer athletics.

We're excited about the opportunities that lie ahead this summer and look forward to seeing our students thrive both on and off the field.

Thank you for your continued support of our athletic programs at Hanford High School.

Warm regards,

Gary Winston
Hanford High School
Athletic Director

Requirements for Athletic Participation for all Students

Parents, please note that in order for your student-athlete to be eligible for all practices and competitions, the following must be completed prior to attending the 1st practice:
 

1. All student-athletes must be full time students (minimum of 2.5 credits), live within our boundaries (unless they have been formally accepted by the district to attend HHS), and be properly enrolled at HHS based upon academic status – Detailed info below:

Transfer Students

o   All 9th (students who start High School somewhere else before coming to HHS), 10th, 11th, and 12th grade transfer students must notify the Athletic Department and complete WIAA transfer paperwork prior to attending practice or competitions. Fill out and return WIAA Transfer Paperwork (linked below) to HHS Athletic Department.

WIAA Transfer Paperwork


8th Grade - Transfer

o   8th graders transitioning into 9th grade who live outside the Richland School District boundaries and more specifically outside of the Hanford High School boundaries – Are eligible to participate in athletics at Hanford High School. However, before being approved to practice and compete at Hanford High School, the student must first be accepted by the district and properly enrolled.


Three Rivers HomeLink & Home School Students

o   All Three Rivers HomeLink students (home school) – Must live within the HHS boundaries and enroll annually as a “sports only” HHS student in order to compete in sports at HHS - Please contact Julie Erichsen (Julie.Erichsen@rsd.edu - HHS Registrar) for more information. Fill out and return WIAA Home Based Learning Paperwork (linked below) to HHS Athletic Department.

WIAA Home Based Learning Paperwork


River's Edge High School Students

o   All River's Edge High School students – Must live within the HHS boundaries and enroll as a “sports only” student in order to be eligible to compete at HHS - Please contact Julie Erichsen (Julie.Erichsen@rsd.edu - HHS Registrar) for more information. Fill out and return WIAA Alternative Learning Paperwork (linked below) to HHS Athletic Department.

WIAA Alternative Learning Paperwork


Pacific Crest Online Academy (PCOA) Students

o   All Full-Time Pacific Crest Online Academy (PCOA) students – Must live within the HHS boundaries and enroll as a “sports only” student in order to be eligible to compete at HHS - Please contact Julie Erichsen (Julie.Erichsen@rsd.edu - HHS Registrar) for more information. Fill out and return WIAA Alternative Learning Paperwork (linked below) to HHS Athletic Department.

WIAA Alternative Learning Paperwork

o   All Part-Time Pacific Crest Online Academy (PCOA) students – Must be dual enrolled at PCOA and HHS. Please contact Julie Erichsen (Julie.Erichsen@rsd.edu - HHS Registrar) for more information. Fill out and return WIAA Alternative Learning Paperwork (linked below) to HHS Athletic Department.

WIAA Alternative Learning Paperwork


Graduation Alliance Students

All Graduation Alliance students– Must live within the HHS boundaries, enroll as a “sports only” HHS student in order to be eligible to compete at HHS, and also MUST PASS .5 CREDITS EVERY 2 WEEKS AND SUBMIT AN UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT EVERY 2 WEEKS TO PROVE CREDITS ARE BEING EARNED - Please contact Julie Erichsen (Julie.Erichsen@rsd.edu - HHS Registrar) for more information.


Running Start Students

o   All Full-Time Running Start students – Must live within the HHS boundaries or formally accepted by the district in order for HHS to be your home school. Must also be enrolled through HHS while attending running start. Fill out and return WIAA Running Start Paperwork (linked below) to HHS Athletic Department.

WIAA Running Start Paperwork

o   All Part-Time Running Start students – Must live within the HHS boundaries or formally accepted by the district in order for HHS to be your home school and take classes at HHS. Fill out and return WIAA Running Start Paperwork (linked below) to HHS Athletic Department.

WIAA Running Start Paperwork


Private Schools

o   All Students attending a private school that does not offer a specific athletic program or athletics altogether – Must compete at their home-boundary school – no exceptions.


Tri-Tech Students

o   All students participating in Tri-Tech – Must live within the HHS boundaries or formally accepted by the district in order for HHS to be your home school and take classes part time at HHS. Fill out and return WIAA Alternative Learning Paperwork (linked below) to HHS Athletic Department.

WIAA Alternative Learning Paperwork

 

2. Complete FamilyID Registration: https://students.arbitersports.com/organizations/912.


3. Submit a hard copy sports physical (less than one year old) to the athletic secretary in the main office

Sports Physical Form


4.     ASB and Sports Fee – Please note all fees must be paid before being approved to practice or compete!

o   ASB Fee = $30 (ASB is good and used for other things outside of athletics.

o   Sports Fee = $55

Online Payments


For more information regarding athletics at Hanford High School, please feel free to contact the athletic department, coaches, or visit the athletic website: hanfordathletics.com 

GO FALCONS!

Hanford Sports Participation

Step 1: Register

Complete Family ID Online Registration.

Sports Registration

(Note: All student-athletes must have health and accident insurance. If your family does not have medical insurance, you may purchase school-sponsored health insurance.)

Step 2: Sports Physical

Complete a sports physical through your family physician or a local doctor and turn it into the HHS office. Physicals are good for one school year.

Sports Physical Form

Step 3: Pay Athletic Fees 

$30 ASB and $55 Sports Fee is due before the first practice.

Access Online Payments

Sports Seasons

Important Forms and Websites