Three Rivers School



Three Rivers Athletics

Students will find a connection to athletic activities at Three Rivers. We want students to enjoy these sporting opportunities - to be part of a team, to work hard together with their teammates, to learn skills associated with particular sports, and to cultivate good sportsmanship. Many will continue on with these interests into high school. We encourage parents to actively support their children in both their academic and athletic pursuits.

Spring Sports 2019

TRACK - registration is open through March 31st on Family ID. Practices begin April 1, 2019 and students must be registered, paid up and have a current sports physical on file in order to practice. Practices will be held four days a week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:20 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Practices will not be held on Wednesdays, unless an optional practice is planned.

Track meet schedule:

  • Field Events start at 3:30 & Running Events start at 4:00 unless otherwise noted
  • 4/11 @ Sisters (Attending: TRS, Terrebonne, Seven Peaks, Sisters, St Francis, Culver, Westside, Cascades Academy)
  • 4/16 @ LaPine High (Attending: TRS, Crook County, Obsidian, LPMS, Elton Gregory)
  • 4/25 @ Gilchrist (Attending: TRS, Gilchrist, LPMS, North Lake, Tumalo, Trinity, Westside)
  • 5/2 @ North Lake (Attending: TRS, North Lake, Hines, Paisley) - MEET CHANGED FROM 5/3 - STARTS AT 3:30 p.m.
  • 5/9 @ High Desert - TRS is CoHost - (Attending: TRS, HDMS, Sky View)
  • 5/14 District Meet @ North Lake - starts at 11:00 a.m.

Fall Sports


Winter Sports


Registration for Three Rivers Middle School Athletics

Parents of students wishing to participate in middle school athletics (volleyball, cross country, football, wrestling and track & field) should register using FamilyID. FamilyID is a secure, user-friendly online registration platform that streamlines the application process and allows parents to enter information once for multiple family members and athletic teams.

Middle school boys and girls basketball is run through Bend Park & Recreation. They handle all registration and payment for basketball.

Other athletic opportunities are available through Bend Park & Recreation and through LaPine Park & Recreation for elementary students.

Payment for Sports

The participation fee is $40 per sport. Pay online using your student's account on Touchbase or stop by the office to pay with check, cash or credit card. Checks should be payable to Three Rivers School.

Sports Physicals

Sports physicals are required for athletes competing in 6th grade athletics. Students who continue to participate in extracurricular sports after 6th grade must complete a physical exam in grades 7, 9, and 11 or if this is their first time participating with a Bend-La Pine Schools team. All physicals need to be completed prior to the sports season and not before May 1st of the summer before the current academic year. Please be sure to print out the OSAA School Sports Pre-Participation Examination form and take it to your child's sports physical appointment:

English or Spanish

When you have completed the sports physical, be sure to turn it in to the school.

Winter Sports CoachContact Info
Basketball - Boys (Bend P&R)

Basketball - Girls (Bend P&R)

Greg Nores, Nick Fancher,
Ken Isola

Kelly McKinney

Greg Farfaglia


541-419-5450, Email

Spring Sports Coach Contact Info
Track & Field

Cammie Charles, Head Coach
Katrina Turbyne
Curtis Cray
Larry Rich
Jonathan Ball

Fall Sports Coach Contact Info
Cross Country

Cammie Charles

Greg Nores


Volleyball Mark Alvarado
Jeffrey Mertins
541-355-3095, Email

Middle School Athletic Philosophy

We believe that athletic participation provides a unique opportunity to fulfill many of the personal, social and physical needs common to middle school youth. Participation in appropriate competitive athletics increases one's sense of personal worth, self-discipline, respect and fair play, which can carry over into daily problem solving through life.

Coaches, teachers and parents have a shared responsibility to help guide, nurture and support our youth in developing the confidence and ability to make good choices both on and off the playing fields.

Through dedication, effort and practice, our youth will develop athletic skills and attitudes that will contribute to personal success, as well as team accomplishments. Our goal is to develop lifelong learners who enjoy and participate in a variety of healthy activities.

Central Oregon Middle School Athletic Policies

Middle schools in the Bend LaPine School District compete with other middle schools in the Central Oregon areas. All Central Oregon middle schools use the guidelines outlined by the C.O. Middle School Standard Operating Procedures for Athletics. These procedures are available in the school office.

Code of Conduct

Any student who participates in school-sponsored athletics or activities must agree to abide by the School District Board Policies, Administrative Rules, Code of Conduct, building rules, and team participation/training contracts. All students who participate in athletics and extracurricular activities are expected to be positive role models for other students and members of the community. Students should demonstrate good conduct at school and in the community at all times.

Contact Us

Mary Doyle

Beth Faulkenberry