Sports and Clubs at McMurray


    Get Involved! 

    McMurray Middle School is a proud member of the Middle Nisqually League.  League Members include: Annie Wright, Cascade Christian, Charles Wright, Life Christian, Seattle Christian and McMurray.  The McMurray wrestling team competes in the West Sound League.

    Registration and Fees:  Complete the registration forms at the right named "Extra-Curricular Activities Enrollment Form" for both clubs and sports.  There is a $100.00 fee for each sport for 7th and 8th.   6th graders are eligible to practice with teams if space is available but are not eligible for competition (except cross country, wrestling & track).  A sports physical is also required for all participants in sports; these are good for 2 years.
    Clubs generally do not require a fee, although in order to participate in a club, students must purchase an ASB card for $40.00. Fees must be paid within the first two weeks of the first practice/meeting. For further description of our clubs, see 19-20 McMurray Clubs.
    Scholarships are available upon request. See Principal Greg Allison or Athletic Director Andy Sears for more information.
    Covid-19: We are committed to having interscholastic athetics when we are allowed to do so safely.  The following dates are subject to change.
    Clubs and Activities:  Sports
    Executive Council
    Art Council
    Math Club
    Green Team
    Sources of Strength
    Ultimate Frisbee
    La Chispa!
    Games Club
    Robotics Club
    Free Movie Nights
    Season #1 (Feb. 16 - March 19)
    Boys Soccer - Paul Beytebiere (
    Volleyball - Rosemary Hoogen (
    Cross-Country - Bruce Cyra (
    Season #2 (Mar. 22 - April 30)
    *Boys Basketball - Robin Magonegil (
    Girls Soccer - Kelly Straight (
    Season #3 (May 3 - June 4)
    Track - Kim Cunningham (
    Girls Basketball - Robert Kearns (
    *Football - TBA
     Wrestling - TBA
    *Football and Boys basketball could be switched if there is still a restriction on high risk sports indoors.

Sports Safety Guidelines