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Athlos Academy of Utah is excited to announce that this winter, we will be hosting Mini Griffin Basketball starting January 8 to February 16 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 3:15-4:15 p.m. 🏀
Practice will be immediately after school. Students will go to the gym until practice starts at 3:15 p.m.
All students should be picked up at the front of the school at 4:15 p.m., unless they go to Beyond the Bell. We will host 2 scrimmage games where parents can come watch (2/1 & 2/15).
Should there be any questions, please email our Healthy Body Lead and Athletic Director, Coach Jason Morgan at email@example.com.
We are excited to offer after-school sports this year.
Requirements for Athletes:
If you have any questions, please contact our Athletic Director, Jason Morgan, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Soccer, Girls Volleyball, Coed Cross-Country
Boys & Girls Basketball
Boys Flag Football, Girls Soccer
Coed Flag Football
Ryle Diel is a Real Salt Lake Academy High School (RSLAHS) freshman in Herriman. In addition to playing on the Varsity and JV RSLAHS Girls’ Volleyball Team, Ryle also competes on the Girls’ Provisional Soccer Team; these teams concurrently play in the Fall Season. In addition to sports, Ryle races dirt bike motorcycles and is in competitive dance.
Ryle attended Athlos starting her 2nd Grade year and stayed through her 8th-grade year. Last year, Ryle played on the Athlos Girls Middle School Volleyball Team. We saw Ryle in action and caught up with her parents during some recent RSLAHS Provisional soccer games.
Q- Did the Athlos Physical Education Curriculum and/or Extracurricular Sports experience positively influence Ryle?
A- Athlos had a positive and impactful influence on her abilities and coordination in sports.
Q- What sports was Ryle introduced to that she would not have otherwise known or had a chance to participate in?
A- The Athletic Movement Classe she had in school was constantly rotating, so she had samples of all sports. Volleyball stuck with her, and she started comp teams right after. She enjoyed her playing experience more at Athlos than with her club team, probably due to it being a little less intense and being able to play on the same team with her friends and classmates.
Q- How has her experience at Athlos prepared her for playing HS volleyball and HS soccer?
A- As I said before, Athlos helped with her coordination and developing a base of understanding for both volleyball and soccer in terms of both technique and game strategy. As parents, we believe that kids who develop general physical abilities and participate in a variety of sports early in life develop more in the long run.
Q- What has been her experience regarding Varsity/JV with the RSLAHS Girls’ Volleyball Team?
A- Ryle loves volleyball and is already looking at colleges with strong academics and a volleyball team. She currently gets some playing time on Varsity and is a starter on the JV team. She currently practices with Volleyball before school and then practices soccer during 7/8 Period.