Bowling Team Club
Bowl with the SLP Panthers
Spring Lake Park Bowling Club is for students in grade 5 -12 who like to bowl and have the desire to become a better bowler. No experience is necessary. ALL skill levels are welcome. If you are wanting to learn, the SLP bowling coaches WILL make you a better bowler!
Bowling is a student club at Spring Lake Park High School. Bowling is a co-ed sport in the fall and a girls-only sport in the winter. Members of the bowling teams are eligible for varsity letters.
Practices are held at Bowlero (in Blaine) on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4 to 5:30pm. Competitions with teams from Andover, Anoka, Blaine, and Coon Rapids take place on Thursday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:45pm.
Students can join the bowling club at any time during the season. 7th - 12th graders are eligible for practices and Thursday competitions. 5th and 6th graders are eligible to practice (only) with the team and can choose to practice one or two days per week.
Players will have the opportunity to purchase their own customized SLP bowling jersey with their last name on back or they can opt to borrow a jersey from the SLP bowling club manager at no cost.
Club members can borrow bowling balls and shoes from Bowlero at no cost. For anyone interested in acquiring their own ball or shows, the SLP bowling club manager will work with bowlers to acquire new or used equipment as inexpensively as possible.
Register for bowling club
Advisor: Josh Hodney
Phone Number: 763-755-2552
Spring Lake Park Schools Curling Club Team
The club’s goals are to expose students to and develop skills for this lifelong sport. We will work to instill integrity and sportsmanship through a sport that relies on both in order to be successful.
Who: Any SLP Student in grades 7-12 may join. No prior experience necessary!
What: Curling is an Olympic sport! The sport of curling consists of four team members working together in different ways to accurately place curling rocks or “stones” on a sheet of ice 150 feet long! All team members are constantly involved whether you are “throwing,” “sweeping,” or “skipping.” The play is usually not fast-paced, and there is always an opportunity to socialize and have a great time on or off the ice.
Where: Four Seasons Curling Club, 9250 Lincoln St NE, Blaine, MN 55434. We will have bussing for students after school to the curling club.
Practice Schedule: Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3-4:30 starting on December 1.
Lettering: You have the opportunity to earn a Club Letter in Curling!
Note: The Curling Club is located on the South side of the building
NOTE: Bussing is provided after school from Westwood and SLPHS to the Club
Advisor: Matthew Marsolek
Spring Lake Park Ultimate
Ultimate Frisbee is a fast-paced, non-contact field sport, which encourages speed, dexterity of hands and feet, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Two teams play the game, each with seven players on the field at a time. The field has a similar shape to a football field, with end zones at each end. Passing the disc, from one player to another, until a player in the end zone catches it scoring a point. Vital to the sport is a code of conduct called the “Spirit of the Game”. As a result, ultimate is not refereed, unlike almost every other high school sports. Players must call penalties themselves and resolve disputes through dialogue.
Advisor: Chris Lammers
Spring Lake Park Fishing Team
Minnesota B.A.S.S. High School Fishing League
For students in Grades 9-12. Teams are comprised of (2) Student anglers and (1) Boat Captain
Season includes: Conference Tournaments, pre-fish the lakes, Interact and learn techniques from the Pros.
Advisor: Brent Payne