Athletic department news

Middle School Basketball Tryouts 
The 7th & 8th grade MS boys basketball tryouts will be conducted from Monday, October 24th through Wednesday, October 26th. The boys must have a physical in order to tryout. If your son needs a physical, Hometown Urgent Care takes walk-ins for $35 Mon.-Fri. from 8am-8pm and Saturday and Sunday from 9am-7pm. If you have any questions, please call Justin Ansel at 250-8711.

10-24 - 8th 3-5pm & 7th 5-7pm
10-25 - 8th 3-5pm & 7th 5-7pm
10-26 - 8th 3-5pm & 7th 5-7pm

HS Winter Sport Start Dates & Times
November 7

Girls Basketball - 11-7 & 11-8 from 3-5pm at HS
Competitive Cheer - 11-7 & 11-8 from 6-7:30 in HS Cafeteria
November 14
Boys Basketball
Boys & Girls Bowling

Questions?  Please Contact the Head Coach with any questions.
Girls Basketball - Justin Ansel -
Competitive Cheer - Tinessa Lewis -
Boys Basketball - Josh Beeke -
Wrestling - Jason Hayes -
Bowling - Rich House -

Hall of Fame Nominations
The Comstock Hall of Fame committee is accepting nominations for the 2017 induction. Nominations must be received by the athletic director by November 1 to be included in the process for the 2017 induction. A nomination form  can be found online at Please call Justin Ansel with any questions at 269- 250-8711.

Comstock Youth Basketball
The CYB basketball program will still take place beginning in December and is open to everyone in the community. If you have any questions, please
give Anna Meulenberg-Munn a call at 269-744-8339

Sportsmanlike Expectations

A good sport is a true leader within the school and the community. As an athlete, parent or fan of our school, the following points represent sportsmanship behavior you shall display:

  1. Accept and understand the seriousness of your responsibility and the privilege of representing your school and community. Conduct yourself in an exemplary manner before, during, and after contests and events.
  2. Players should learn the rules of their sport thoroughly and discuss them with parents, fans, fellow students, and elementary students to assist in achieving a better understanding and appreciation of the competition.
  3. Treat opponents the way you would like to be treated.
  4. Omit intimidating behavior, including taunting, or making any kind of derogatory remarks to your opponents during the game, especially comments of ethnic, racial, or sexual nature. This is not acceptable behavior.
  5. Wish opponents good luck before the game in a sincere manner.
  6. Respect the integrity and judgment of game officials. Treating them with respect, even if you disagree with their judgment, will make a positive impression of you, your team, and your school in the eyes of the officials and all people at the event.
  7. Win with humility; lose with grace. Do both with dignity.
  8. Athletic events are among the most popular school activities for participants and spectators. These games and competitions provide another learning experience in life. Integrity, fairness, respect, and the principles of good sportsmanship are lifetime values enhanced through athletics.
  9. Parents need to wait 24 hours before approaching a coach with issues from a contest. This gives ample time for both the parent and coach to reflect on the contest and be able to discuss the issue rationally.
  10. It is expected that all fans and athletes conduct themselves in an orderly and self-disciplined manner at all times, both on and off school property throughout the calendar year. Appearance and personal hygiene should be appropriate for travel and other team appearances and consistent with the expectations of the coach, school district, and other team members.
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Comstock Athletics
Justin Ansel, Director

2107 N. 26th Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49048

Phone: (269) 250-8711
Fax: (269) 250-8713 

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