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Upper School Athletics

Our Upper School athletes compete in 23 sports throughout the year. Keep up with all the action right here. Stinger …. Rumble!

A championship winning program

Seven Hills Upper School athletics stands on a foundation of skill, strength, heart, and sportsmanship. Our student athletes hone their game and strive to take their hard work onto the courts, fields, tracks, and into the pool lanes. They aim high and welcome the challenges to push themselves forward, find their strides, and hit their marks in a competitive, all-participation environment. And they come together to fight for every second of the game, no matter the score. They are willing to put their teammates before themselves, and they serve as stellar representatives of their team, their class, and their school as they exhibit excellent sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and integrity. Seven Hills athletes maintain positivity. They thrive in an atmosphere of competition, and they show and gain respect for their opponents. At Seven Hills, our hard-working Stinger athletes possess the will to win, they play with purpose, and they earn their mettle. Every step of the way.

In Upper School, the following sports are offered:


Soccer (Boys/Girls)

Cross-Country (CoEd)

Tennis (Girls)

Volleyball (Girls)

Golf (CoEd)


Basketball (Boys/Girls)

Gymnastics (Girls)

Swimming (Boys/Girls)

Bowling (Boys/Girls)






Tennis (Boys)

Track and Field (Boys/Girls)

Lacrosse (Boys/Girls)




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Upper School

For Lucy, an 11th-grader who participates in swimming, softball, and tennis, her sophomore year was one for the books. Lucy was named an individual state swimming champion. She remembers competing in the 500 freestyle. “It was one of the best races of my life. It was a close race for the whole 500, and it came down to the final lap.” Lucy’s coaches have helped mold her as an athlete, encouraging her to embrace her improvements, “no matter how small.” “Coach Tom Betts taught me so much, not just about softball, but excelling in everything you do. His lessons, like ‘think one step ahead,’ and ‘shake off your mistakes,’ apply both on and off the field.”