Athletics At Fossil Ridge


Brandon Carlucci
Athletic Director/Title IX Coordinator
Kathy Petsovich, Athletic Secretary

Athletic Office Hours are 7:30am-4pm

Sport Calendar Notification Instructions

Sign up to receive instant notification of any schedule changes by following the instructions in the RSchool Parent Guide. This will allow you to receive a text and/or an email immediately if any changes are made to the schedule(s) you are following.  This guide will also provide instructions to download athletic schedules and receive live updates to your calendar.

Click here to sign-up for Fossil Ridge notifications

Boys Basketball playoff game vs Pine Creek, Wednesday 20th - 6:30pm - Adults $8, Students/Senior Citizen $6 - first 100 students who come get in FREE.

Spring Sports begin Monday, February 25th. Registration for spring sports begins January 1, 2019.

Athletic Participation Information / Online Registration & Payments

ALL High School Athletes who have not participated in a fall or winter sport must complete a PSD High School Sports Packet and pay the associated athletic fee. If an athlete participated in a fall and or winter sport, they will simply pay for the spring sport via SchoolPay/Check, and bring receipt of payment to the FRHS athletic office.  At that time, the athletic department will confirm valid date of athletic physical before issuing an orange card. Links below for registration and school pay.

Use this link to complete the High School Sports Packet online.  Please note you must create an account.  (Look for the link to create an account, or login if already created, at the top and bottom of the page.) Click on this link for the Physicians' signature form. 

Click here to pay for athletic fees via SchoolPay.

Fees - (High School) PSD Non-Charter Students All Sports: $150 per sport. Home-Based, Charter & Private School Students: $225 per sport.

Fees - (High School) PSD Non-Charter Students Lacrosse: $180 in addition to the $150 participation fee. Home-Based, Charter & Private School Students: $270 in addition to the $225 participation fee.

Fees - (High School) PSD Non-Charter Students Ice Hockey: $150 participation fee (pay this fee for your practice card) in addition $735 & $210 (please bring these two checks to try-outs on November 12th. . Home-Based, Charter & Private School Students: $225 participation fee, please bring additional checks to try-outs.

Fees - (High School) PSD Non-Charter Students Unified Sports: $85 per sport. Home-Based, Charter and Private School Students Unified Sports: $127 per sport.

  • Once you have registered online, paid the fee on SchoolPay, bring your physical form and a copy of your payment to the athletic office to receive your participation card (orange card).  Give your participation card to your coach on first day of try-outs.
  • When you come to the athletic office you will be asked to sign up on ArbiterAthlete before receiving your participation card.

Additional Forms Needed for Special Circumstances (must be turned in with above forms):

  • Home-Based, Charter, Private School or Transferring students will need to download and complete CHSAA Form 9.
  • International Students will need to download and complete CHSAA Form 11.

Please note, if your student needs to carry any type of medication (prescription, lifesaving, over-the-counter, etc.), please visit the PSD website (Student Health Services) for more information. Click here to access this section of the PSD the website.

CHSAA Parent Handbook

Athletics Announcements

Spring Sports Parent Meeting - Tuesday, February 19th - 6:30pm - Main Gym

Spring sports are just around the corner. Hurry and sign up early avoid the long lines.  Registration and payment can all done be on line.  Above are all the instructions. If you have played a fall or winter sport you do not need to register just pay on school pay (bring a check or credit card to the fees window) come to athletics and receive your orange card.  See you soon.  Mrs. Petsovich - athletics

Take place at RMHS either on French Field or Small Gym in RMHS as follows up until Feb. 21
Tu/Wed from 7-9:00 pm
Thursdays from 5-7:00

 Lobos Boys Lacrosse is a team combined of all of the high schools in Fort Collins, including Private and Charter schools.

 We are very excited as we prepare for the 2019 Spring Season with our new Head Coach Domenic Alfieri. Please join us at our first Booster meeting on January 16th to learn more!

Important upcoming dates:

Wednesday Jan. 16th - Booster Club Meeting, 7:00-8:30pm, RMHS Coach Conference Room

Wednesday Feb. 5th - Parent Info Mtg with Coaches, 7:00-8:30pm, RMHS Media Center

March 1st - Kick off Dinner, Team Photos & Silent Auction, 6:00pm - Family night to start at RMHS

Girls Lacrosse(All High Schools)

Current website/contact info: Pam Kramer at
Informational meetings for Athletes & Parents and Coaches: February 28th at 6:15pm at Rocky Mountain High School (Media Room)

Preseason Workouts: Every Tuesday and Wednesday at RMHS small gym from 530-7 starting January 15th- February 19th

Preseason Clinics/Camps: February 20th, 21st and 22nd from 4-6 at RMHS practice field( off of Shields)(Inclement Weather location TBD)

Tryouts for Jv and Varsity: February 25th, 26th, 26th from 4-6 at RMHS practice field

First Official Practice: February 28th

First Cuts/Final Cuts: February 28th

Practice Schedule: 4-6 M-F at Rocky Mountain

High School practice field(off of Shields)
Any other pre-season info:

Please bring a stick, goggles, mouthguard, water bottle, and appropriate footwear for indoor or outdoor play. All pre-season sessions are free

Gymnastics Informational Meeting - Girls, along with their parents, interested in competing for  gymnastics in the fall, should plan to attend an informational meeting on April 22nd at 6:00pm at Rocky Mtn. High School.


Coaches List

2018 - 2019 Head Coaches

Parent Feedback Surveys

Fall Sports - click on the link to the left to complete the survey.

Winter Sports - click on the link to the left to complete the survey.

Spring Sports - click on the link to the left to complete the survey.

PSD Athletic Calendar

To access the PSD Athletics Calendar, click on the icon below.

Access is also available from our Calendars / Schedules page.

Athletics at Fossil Ridge

By being a member of a Fossil Ridge athletic team, regardless of time spent in actual competition, a student can learn many valuable lessons such as working together to meet team goals and good sportsmanship, including appreciating good play by an opponent, respect for others and winning and losing with dignity, being able to accept instruction and criticism, and self-control and responsibility for one’s own actions. We want all of our students to have a positive experience as a student-athlete. Our goal is to provide the highest quality coaching, the best facilities and equipment available and a wide variety of athletic competition for our young men and women. Most importantly, we strive to teach and engrain within our student athletes lessons that will guide them on their journey beyond the walls of our school. Please contact our FRHS Athletic Department Secretary if you have further questions at 488.6268.

Unified Sports Program

Unified Sports at Fossil Ridge High School joins students with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team. We are guided and inspired by a simple principle: playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding.  PSD and Fossil Ridge High School are proud to offer four unified sports: Unified Flag Football in the Fall, Unified Cheerleading in the Fall and Winter, Unified Basketball in the Winter, and Unified Soccer in the Fall.

Unified Sports 


Individual Sport Web Sites

For detailed information, schedules, coaching philosophies and contact information, please click the icon for the specific sport site listed below.

Basketball (Boys')
Basketball (Girls')
Cross Country
Field Hockey (Girls' PSD)
Golf (Boys')
Golf (Girls')
Gymnastics (@FCHS / @RMHS)
Ice Hockey (@RCHS)
Lacrosse (Boys')
Lacrosse (Girls' @ RMHS 17/18)
Soccer (Boys')
Soccer (Girls')
Swimming & Diving (Boys')
Swimming & Diving (Girls')
Tennis (Boys')
Tennis (Girls')
Track & Field

PSD Student Athlete Handbook

For specific information regarding athletics within PSD, please click the icon below to download the PSD Student Athletic Handbook and refer to district information.

PSD Student Athletic Handbook

Sportsmanship Expectations

• Respect for yourself, your coach, your team, the officials and the opponent.
• Positive behavior when you win and positive behavior when you lose.
• Appreciation of talented athletic ability, talented athletes and talented teams

Athletic Participation Fees

Poudre School District requires that students pay a participation fee for each sport before they can practice or compete in a contest or scrimmage. The PSD Athletic Fee will be required in order to get an orange card, please have a receipt with your sports packet.  For 2017-18 the fee is $120.00 for Fossil Students.  Please see the checklist for more information.

Students who meet the requirements for the free and reduced lunch program will have their fee for participation waived if their parent submits a completed fee waiver on ParentVue.

Eligibility Requirements

  • All student athletes must be enrolled in 25 hours of courses per semester.
  • To maintain eligibility, students must not be failing more than one class per week.
  • Students who are identified as ineligible on the weekly eligibility check will not be allowed to compete for one full week beginning the following Monday.
  • Athletes must attend a half-day to participate in an athletic competition scheduled for that date.
  • Athletes may regain eligibility by earning credit in summer school courses. Summer school credits must be in courses that were failed; meet graduation requirements for PSD and equivalent credits must be completed by the Thursday prior to Labor Day of the fall term.
  • Athletes who turn 19 prior to August 1 are ineligible for competition/practice.
  • Freshmen athletes (ninth graders) must have eight consecutive semesters of eligibility and meet the eligibility guidelines stated by CHSAA.
  • Make-up work: Athletes are allowed on day for each day missed to complete make-up work.
  • Athletes transferring schools must meet CHSAA regulations governing the terms of their eligibility.

Letters, Awards, and Recognition

Students may earn varsity letters if they meet the requirements and expectations set by head coaching staff. The head coach for each sport will have the final authority to award letters to athletes. Athletes earning multiple letters may also receive awards in the form of certificates or plaques.

Sports by Season

Fall Girls' Sports

Fall Boys' Sports

Winter Girls' Sports

Winter Boys' Sports

Spring Girls' Sports

Spring Boys' Sports

Cross Country
PSD Girls Field Hockey
Gymnastics (FCHS or RMHS)

Cross Country
PSD Lacrosse (RMHS)
PSD Lacrosse (RMHS)

Admission Costs to Athletic Events

Admission is generally charged for entrance to most Fossil Ridge High School athletic events.Discounted punch cards are available for student and parent purchase through our bookkeeper. Students who have purchased Activity Passes are admitted into regular season home games at no additional cost. Students should visit our Fees Window to purchase a valid Activity Pass for the current school year. Ticket prices are posted at all games. CHSAA regulates the ticket cost of state level events. Schools in the Front Range League may charge for entrance to athletic events.