On the day the Colorado High School Activities Association elects not to change its COVID-19-modified sports calendar, the National Federation of State High School Association's executive director urged the country to 'never say never' for fall sports, performing arts.
By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
State officials say they revisited their plan for 2020-21, but decide to pass on any change. Hence, only 4 sports to continue for Season A and the new, other 3 seasons won't begin until after the New Year.
•Sessions will run Monday through Thursday, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
•Participants are required to sign up for the whole week
•1 week session price: $100. PLEASE WRITE A CHECK MADE OUT TO MULLEN HIGH SCHOOL TO GIVE TO JACOB AT THE START OF CAMP.
•Sessions need a minimum of 6 participants scheduled for each day. If we do not meet this minimum within 24 hrs. of camp started, camp will be canceled for that week and Jacob will communicate that to you and your check will be returned if previously submitted.
•If interested in single day drop in, cost is $35/day and indicate that on the form below; first priority goes to Weekly campers
•Remember to bring personal water bottles as we will not be able to supply water throughout duration of camp
Mullen Sports Performance is conducting live, Zoom workouts for all Mullen students starting Tuesday June 2nd. No exercise equipment or weights are required, but can be used. Email Coach Stewart, firstname.lastname@example.org and join the Google Classroom to register for dates and times. The Google Classroom code is: uhh2n6i. Updates will also be on Twitter @mullen_strength and Instagram @mullensportsperformance
J.P. Starkey, a multi-sporter and champion for the Mustangs, writes about lost opportunities, including back-to-back seasons in lacrosse and his turn as a mentor. But in the latest edition of Mullen Today’s UnOrdinary Times, the senior instead chooses to center on his entire four-year experience, including his first day at Mullen, schoolmate and teammate bonds, winning in doubles tennis and looking forward in 2020 with 20/20 vision.
Mr. Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director, covers and promotes our 20 varsity sports programs. Originally from the Philadelphia area, Neil is in his 40th year of covering high-school sports in Colorado through newspapers, television, radio, the Internet and magazines. He has won various writing awards and is in multiple halls of fame. His passion for writing about the people, athletes and events of the Rocky Mountain prep sports world will now primarily focus on Mullen.