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Sports Season & Game Schedules 

Please visit the Cumberland County Schools Athletics Department for the most current games and schedules.

The original game schedule is available: MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULES 2019-20

To view only Middle School Schedules online, cut and paste in your browser.

Fall Sports: Boy’s Football, Girl’s Volleyball, Boy’s Soccer, and Girl’s Track

Winter Sports: Boy’s and Women’s Basketball, and Boy’s Wrestling

Spring Sports: Boy’s Baseball, Girl’s Softball, Girl’s Soccer, andBoy’s Track

Arbiter-Athlete Instructions and Forms

In order for your child to participate in athletics, parents and students must complete the online registration at Arbiter-Athlete by uploading the student-athlete physical, participation, and concussion forms. A few tips: We’ve learned this works best if you are sitting with your child(ren) and on separate devices. Remember to “Refresh” your page as you go through this process, as it is helpful when you are not seeing a form you uploaded. If have any question or concerns, please contact Mr. Felder. Follow the steps below to complete pre-participation registration. If you are having trouble with your account or account creation, please call the ArbitorAthlete Help line at 1-888-668-7452 (M-F/9 am – 5 pm).

1) Read the Athletic Handbook (Middle School Athletic Handbook)
2) Create Accounts: Both a parent and student are required to create separate accounts.

  • Go to  Create your parent account, then a student account. *Creation of accounts can be done on all devices with internet connection: Computers, Smart Phones, Tablets, iPads, etc.
  • Home School selection- this is the school that you/your student attends/studies. Do NOT select the school district in which your school resides.
  • What if my student plays for both the Middle School and High School?! If your student plays on both a middle and high school team, upon account creation, select the home school in which your STUDENT STUDIES. You will be able to select the secondary school within the Additional Schools section after creating your account.

3) Link Parent & Student Accounts:

  • Once logged in, you will be prompted to link the parent and student account. Enter the email address to send an invitation to the parent/student. The invited person clicks on the link via email or text message to finish the linking process. The invited person can also login and accept the link request, via the prompt after logging in.
  • Why do I have to link accounts? Forms required by your school, often require both a parent and student signature to mark the form as completed. For the PlanetHS system to know what student and parent will be viewing and signing the proper forms, a linked parent/student account is required.

4) Athletic Forms button: Click the Athletic Forms button to move to the Pre-Participation Forms Overview Page and complete the required digital forms.

5) Select the Sports in which you will participate: In the Sports Interest section, check all the sports in which you will be participating. Note: Additional Schools (If Applicable) If you/your student participate in sports at multiple schools, add the additional schools here. If you/your student do not play for multiple schools, leave this section blank.

6) Complete & Sign Digital Forms: Click on each form link, complete each form, and click the Sign & Submit button.

  • Both the parent and student must complete this step.
  • Your school/district chooses which forms require the student, parent, or student AND parent signatures.
  • Parents will only see example forms until the parent and student accounts are linked. Once the accounts are linked, the parent example forms will convert to web-forms for completion. *The student will always see the webforms to complete and sign, even before the accounts are linked. This gives the ability for students to send a parent linked account request and to upload the physical exam signed by the physician during group physicals.
  • Upload Buttons are shown when you are required to upload a document instead of completing the web-form. For example, the physical exam form your physician completes or a birth certificate. These forms can be uploaded by either the parent or student but require the parents signature.

7) Accepted Forms Notification: When your school has accepted all forms, a notification will be sent to you stating all forms have been accepted. You will be notified via email and/or text message (only if you have selected the text message option during account creation) if a form has been denied by your school. You will be given the reason for denial and link to review and resubmit your changes back to the school.

8) Students should listen to announcements and participate in tryouts. Students who miss tryouts will miss the opportunity to be on the team.
9) Attend the mandatory Concussion training (usually scheduled immediately after open house) &
10) Check the CCS Athletics page for the most current schedules, directories, and other information at

Additional Information

Some of the Requirements for participation in athletics are as follows:

1. You must attend Pine Forest Middle School.
2. You must have been in attendance for 85% of the previous semester – absent no more than 13 days – at an approved school.
3. You cannot fail more than 1 core course and 2 electives in the previous semester.
4. You must get a current physical each year, to remain on file at PFMS.
5. Cannot become 15 years of age before August 31st of the current school year.
6. You must have a current concussion on file in the athletic office.
7. Grades 6th, 7th & 8th.
8. GPA must have a weighted 2.0 or 77 average for the previous semester (2.0 or 70 average beginning Spring 2016).
9. for more details, read the handbook at Cumberland County Schools Athletics Department

–  Game time will be at 4:00 pm.
–  All games count towards Division Title.
–  Admission is $4.00 (may be subject to change).
–  Parents must pick up students promptly after games end.
–  Students who are repeatedly picked up late at school events risk being banned from participating in after-school activities.

Published by Wendy Bozeman on March 7, 2019