Home of the Red-Tailed Hawks



    • Begin: Aug 9, 2021; ​Registration due Aug 2, 2021
      • Cheer
      • Cross Country (boys & girls)
      • Football
      • Field Hockey​
      • Golf (girls)
      • Tennis (girls)
      • Volleyball (girls)
      • Water Polo (boys & girls)

    • Begin: Nov 1, 2021; Registration due Oct 25, 2021

      • Basketball (boys & girls)
      • Cheer

      • Soccer (boys & girls)

      • Wrestling​​


    • Begin Feb 7, 2022; Registration due Jan 31, 2022

      • Baseball​

      • Golf (boys)

      • Lacrosse (boys & girls)

      • Softball

      • Swimming/Dive (boys & girls)

      • Tennis (boys)

      • Track & Field (boys & girls)

      • Volleyball (boys)


May 10, 2021: Please see the attached link for sport start dates and lengths of season.  This proposal is based off the tier model.  Some FAQ's for the remainder of this school year are below:

  1. Can I participate on my club team and my high school team? It is highly recommended that athletes refrain from participating in more than one team for a period of time or season.  However, it is your choice whether you choose to participate in multiple cohorts.

  2. Will spectators be allowed at competitions?  This will vary by site, school, and facility. Here is what we know:  all events at Branson and College of Marin will not be allowing spectators.  For swimming events at all TUHSD pools it will be restricted to participants and contest support staff Home

    • Water polo contests will be allowed two household member per athlete. 

    • Home football contests will distribute a limited number of tickets to household members to both the home and visiting teams.

    • For all other outdoor sports at Tam we are currently allowing limited observation to immediate household members.  Ideally, this would be 2 observers per athlete.  Please ensure physical distancing is maintained to reduce potential crowding.  The spectating at events will need to self-monitored.  Each team will require one parent monitor at events to ensure safety protocols.  No admission will be charged at Tam home events.

    • Indoor sports: two spectators per athlete.  All spectators must show valid ID for entry. 

  3. Are we allowed to travel out of the county to participate in competition? The only counties we will be allowed to compete with for the remainder of this school year are: Sonoma, San Francisco, and Contra Costa County.  If we are scheduled to compete against one of the schools in these counties they must be in the same tier as us.  So, for example, boys lacrosse is currently an orange tier sport which mean that Sonoma/SF/CC county would also need to be in the orange tier for the contest to be allowed.  We want to encourage all teams to stay within the County if possible.

  4. Will students be allowed to participate on two Tam teams at the same time? We strongly recommend that students participate on one team at a time.  However, for this year if a student chooses to play two high school sports they must be in communication with both coaches to ensure that everyone is on the same page.  Students electing to play two sports should designate their priority sport to their coaches to avoid conflict.  Contests will not be rescheduled if a team does not have enough athletes to compete.  Students will only be allowed to play one contest per day.  Thus requiring the student to determine their priority sport. 

  5. Can we use the locker rooms to change on days we have class on campus?Yes, please limit your time to 5 minutes.  The locker room will only be open on M-F mornings from 8am-8:30am (starting 15) and M-F afternoons from 2:30-3pm (starting March 2). A locker room guidelines video is available here. 

All Athletes must log their attendance (in addition to their daily health screener) at their practices.  Please use the QR code and link below to log attendance.

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