For Grades 6-12
The interscholastic athletic program at Lancaster Mennonite High School is a student-centered educational program that contributes to the development of social, spiritual, emotional and mental aspects of both the participants and the school community.
Lancaster Mennonite High School has the privilege of partnering with CPRS Physical Therapy to provide Cal Napolitano as the athletic trainer. As the athletic trainer, Cal is available to work with any athlete who encounters a PIAA sports injury at practices or games. The athletic trainer also coordinates sports physicals and concussion baseline testing. Please visit the Athletic Trainer Page for information on services, helpful links and necessary forms.
Announcements and Information
All spring physicals are due by Friday, February 24th in order to participate in the first day of spring practice on March 6th. Athletes will not be able to participate on the first day of tryouts if their forms are handed in after February 24th. One day of missed practice will be required for any student who turns in forms late. This includes all Fall and Winter athletes that need a re-certification form.
Concussion impact testing is for all freshmen, juniors, and transfers participating in high school Baseball, Softball, Boys Volleyball and Lacrosse.
If athletes have questions, please email/call the Athletic Trainer Mr. Napolitano or Mr. Yoder. Re-certification forms can be found in the main office or online.
Chess Team Wins Title
Congratulations to the LMH chess team on winning the Lancaster Scholastic Chess League title. The team finished the regular season 9-1.
Blazers Bow to the Best
The LMH boys basketball team ended its stellar season with a 69-56 loss to powerhouse Neumann-Goretti in the state quarterfinals.