Indian Trails Middle School offers all students the opportunity to participate in an interscholastic sports program. In order to participate, students are required to have a physical examination, have parent permission, and provide proof of insurance. Students selected for the competitive teams are required to pay a registration fee.

Students will not be excluded from play due to an inability to pay. Scholarships are available. Sixth and seventh grade students may be selected to participate in junior varsity competition. Seventh and eighth grade students may be selected to participate in varsity competition. All interscholastic sports participants must maintain a 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) or better on their most recent report card. If participating in Fall sports, the GPA from the previous school year will be considered. During participation, if a student’s GPA falls below a 2.0, the student will be removed from the team. Good sportsmanship and adherence to the Seminole County Conduct and Discipline Code is expected of all student athletes.


  • 1st quarter: Cross Country - Coach Riegelmayer (
    • 9/15: ITMS vs. JHMS @ JHMS
    • 9/22: ITMS vs. Milwee @ ITMS (home)
    • 9/29: ITMS vs. Lawton Chiles @ ITMS (home)
    • 10/6: ITMS vs. Tuskawilla @ Tuskawilla
    • 10/9 County Cross Country Meet @ LMHS @ 8 AM
  • 2nd quarter: Track and Field - Coach Riegelmayer (
  • 3rd quarter: Volleyball
  • 4th quarter: Basketball


A physical, a notarized copy of SCPS form 985a, an emergency card and a sports waiver will be required if a student is on the team. It is due before the first meet or game.


Grades must be at least a 2.0 GPA from the previous 9 weeks of the season that must be maintained during the season. Incoming 6th grade students will start with a clean slate.


Students must adhere to the Citizenship Standards Policy for participation in school sponsored extra-curricular activities as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct. The coach has the discretion to dismiss an athlete from the team upon administrative approval for any violation of the citizenship standards.  The cost for admission to all middle school events is $3.00 for adults and $1.00 for students