South Newton Athletics

Athletic Director

Chris Bell
 
219-474-5167 Ext. 150 
All times on schedules are SN Time CST

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

  

2017 IHSAA Sectional 50

Boy's Basketball Tourney Event

Caston, Covenant Christian, North White, Pioneer, South Newton, Tri-County, West Central

Game 1:    Bye Game

Game 2:    Covenant Christian Vs. W. Central (2/28) - 6pm

Game 3:    Pioneer Vs. W. Central (3/1) - 6pm

Game 4:    South Newton Vs. North White (3/1) - 6:30pm

Game 5:    Tri-Coutny Vs. Winner G2 (3/3) - 5:30pm

Game 6:    Winner G3 Vs. Winner G4 (3/3) - 7pm

Game 7:    Winner G5 Vs. Winner G6 (3/4) - 6pm

 

ALL TIMES ARE CENTRAL TIME

(AKA KENTLAND TIME)

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL PHOTOS
HIGH SCHOOL PHOTOS

Football
Volleyball
Cheerleading 
Cross Country


Boys Basketball
Girls Basketball
Swimming
Wrestling

 


Track

Football
Cheerleading
Cross Country
Girls Golf
Volleyball


Boys Basketball
Girls Basketball
Swimming
Wrestling

 


Baseball
Boys Golf
Softball
Track

Welcome to South Newton High School. We would like for you to enjoy our games and help make it as enjoyable as possible for everyone else. Before you criticize the players, coaches or officials remember that you are talking about someone’s son or daughter, husband or wife. Let’s all practice good sportsmanship.

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-13-17)
"Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

Super Bowl 51 was Tom Brady's fifth title. His leadership and grit helped lead his team back from a 28-3 deficit. This game will no doubt seal Brady's legacy as the best quarterback to ever play the game.

However, Brady still realizes he is part of the team and not the team. When asked why there has never been any friction between him and his coach, Brady answers quite simply: "He's the coach, I'm the player." That simple philosophy is a quality that all athletes should take to heart.

Do you listen to your coach? Do you let outside influences affect your attitude towards your coach? If your coach asks you to do something, do you abide? The most successful teams are those that believe in their coach and the system he (she) runs!

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Robby Kimes | Communications & Sponsorship Assistant

Indiana High School Athletic Association, Inc.

9150 N. Meridian St.  Indianapolis, IN 46240

W: 317.846.6601 | C: 260.433.8549www.ihsaa.org

Follow the IHSAA on Twitter: @IHSAA1

Sports Passes 
On sale in the HS office and are not good for any tournaments
$  80 - Adult All Sports pass
$  55 - Student
$  40 - Senior Citizen (60 yrs & up)
$185 - Family passes are for only those who live in the house or are part of the household. 

 
Admission
$  4 - Middle School Games 
$12 - Family - MS Games 
$  5 - Varsity Games 
$15 - Family - Varsity Games 
Free - Children under 5




 
Athletic Boosters
The boosters meet first Wednesday of each month.
SNHS Library - 7:00 p.m
Always looking for new members





 

 

 

The IHSAA and NFHS are asking students to share their personal reasons for participating in high school sports and extra-curricular activities.

Would like to share your story for getting up at 5:00 am for practice?  What drives you to finish your homework so that you can make your choir/band performance?  Is it just fun or do you love the connections that you make with friends and teammates?  You can share your story at nfhs.org/myreasonwhy and it may be selected for a national campaign in 2017.

 

 

To:          Member School Principals and Athletic Administrators

From:      Bobby Cox, Commissioner

Re:         NFHS #MyReasonWhy Campaign

The Indiana High School Athletic Association in partnership with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) wish to announce an important campaign about the values of high school sports for our students.  To frame this discussion, the following is offered as context and perspective:

The IHSAA believes that participation in high school sports and activities brings tremendous value to students.

For example:

– Higher grades, increased attendance and graduation rates, and improved time management skills

– Improved problem solving skills, social behavior, persistence, creativity and self-control

– Greater sense of belonging and community – a feeling of being part of something bigger than themselves

To highlight these and countless other benefits of high school sports and activities, we’ve partnered with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) to create #MyReasonWhy – a campaign to celebrate all of the reasons why students participate.

* Beginning in October, we will invite students to share their personal reasons for participating in high school sports and activities.

* What motivates them to get out of bed 5 a.m. for swim practice? What drives them to stay home on the weekend to finish their homework so they can make the choir performance during the week? Is it all about making new friends or strengthening a connection with a sibling? Is it simply because it’s fun? Every student has their reason why, and we want to hear as many as we can.

* Students can submit their #MyReasonWhy story throughout the year by visiting nfhs.org/myreasonwhy

* NFHS will review and select story submissions to be featured in a national campaign in 2017.

* In addition to students, we will encourage everyone – parents, coaches, officials and community members – to share their reasons why they support high school sports and activities by using the hashtag #MyReasonWhy.

* For more information on the campaign, visit 

* If you have questions please reach out to Assistant Commissioner Chris Kaufman at