– Please click on the name of the sport to find out more –

Baseball
Season: January – April
High School and Middle School Boys
baseball@homeschoolfeast.com

Basketball
Season: October-March 
Skill Building Camp: Aug- Sept. 
High School and Middle School – Boys and Girls
feastbasketball@gmail.com

Cross Country
Season: August-November
High School and Middle School – Boys and Girls
run4eternity@yahoo.com     

Football
Season: August-November
High School and Middle School Boys
Spring Training: May
robert.benitez@sbcglobal.net

Golf
Season: Year round
High School and Middle School
feastathletics@homeschoolfeast.com

Soccer 
Season: October-February
High School – Co-Ed
karinc@gvtc.com

Softball 
Season: January – April
High School – Girls
feastsoftball@gmail.com

Tennis
Season: August – May
High School and Middle School – Boys and Girls
feastathletics@homeschoolfeast.com
Track & Field
Season: January-May
High School and Middle School – Boys and Girls
feasttrack@gvtc.com

 

Volleyball
Season: August-November
High School and Middle School Girls
Skill Building Camp: One day a week Jan-May
Summer camp: End of May
volleyball@homeschoolfeast.com
 

 

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“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity.” Psalm 133:1


 

From the Bench – A Letter from the Athletic Administrator

 

THE 21-DAY GRATITUDE CHALLENGE

 

Sports are hard; the travel, the competition, the failure, the injuries, and the time away from home can all combine to rob us of our grateful spirit if we allow it to. This is a problem because being grateful is what keeps us from becoming bitter. People who are grateful, live in the moment. People who are bitter, are stuck in the past. A grateful spirit is what allows us to embrace the not so good parts.

Understand that gratefulness is a work ethic. Being grateful is not a mystery. We have to train our brains to be grateful, just like we work out our bodies. We not only need to be grateful, we need to work at being grateful.
 

Try an experiment right now called the 21-Day Challenge. Combine each of the five researched habits and try it out for 21 days in a row to create or improve upon a grateful mindset.

  1. Send three text messages each day to friends and family that you don’t see enough of. Thank them for being in your life and helping you along the way. Let them know that you still think about them even though you don’t see them on a regular basis.
  2. Write for 2 minutes each day describing one experience (experiences are not things) that you are grateful for that you had over the past 24 hours.
  3. Exercise for 10 minutes a day.
  4. Meditate/Pray twice a day for two minutes each time, focusing on your breath going in and out. Do this first thing in the morning and the last thing at night. (Is there anything to be grateful for more than oxygen filling our lungs?)
  5. Write one email each day, thanking or praising someone in your immediate life.

All of these activities combined will take you less than 15 minutes per day, since most of the people reading this are already exercising for 10 minutes a day, if not more! The research on gratefulness is clear; it makes you better at whatever you are doing.

Take the challenge. You don’t have to announce to the world through Facebook or Twitter that you are taking the challenge; just take the challenge and see what happens to your overall mindset.

 

 


Just a reminder –  to participate in any FEAST Athletics; you will need a Patriot Pass, which allows your entire family access to all FEAST activities for a full year.  The Patriot Pass is $75 per family per year. Click here to read more about the Patriot Pass.

 


Coaching

Are you interested in coaching for FEAST? If so, please click on the link to fill out the appropriate application.

  • If you have never coached before, please click here to fill out an application for new coaches.
  • If you have coached previously, please click here to fill out an application for returning coaches.

Are you interested in being a Commissioner for FEAST? If so, please click on the link below to fill out the appropriate application

  • Please click here to fill out the application for new commissioners/assistant commissioners.
  • Please click here to fill out the application for returning commissioners/assistant commissioners.

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