RHS Football Summer Schedule

First page of the PDF file: SummerCalendarforParentmeeting_1


Workouts & Open Gyms beginning April 29th.

Football Workouts: Daily afterschool from 2:30 - 3:30 (Wednesday:  1:30 - 2:30).

Basketball Open Gyms:  Tuesday & Friday, 2:30 - 3:30.



Monday, Tuesday & Thursday:  3:00 - 5:00, alternating between Main & AUX.




The district has moved our athletic registration to a new system, RANK ONE. Please use the Rank One link HERE or the download the Rank One app on your mobile device to create a new account or sign into an existing account.

To be cleared for the first day of athletic practice/tryouts, all athletes must have completed the following:

  1. Complete your Rank One account.  Submit the Athletic Participation Forms, as well as the Emergency Card.
  2. Have a current physical on file in Rank One (physicals are good for 2 years from the date of the exam.)
    • New physicals can be uploaded into Rank One.

* All sports schedules will be posted on the right side of this page when each sport is in season, schedules are also posted on the athletic calendar.

Please email Mrs. Stribling or call her in the Fremont Athletics office at 541-440-4067 with questions.

Roseburg Mat Club:

Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:30 - 8:00 @ RHS.    

Sign up on: or, in person at RHS.  Registration costs $150.00.

For questions, please call #541-670-8211


During an athlete's first week of the season, the athlete will take a test on the computer called an ImPACT test (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing). The information gained on this test will help in the evaluation process in determining a possible concussion. You can find the complete concussion protocol linked on the right side menu of this page.


As of Fall 2021, both Fremont and Jo Lane will now be participating in the SOMSAC League (Southern Oregon Middle School Athletic Conference) for all sports.  

This league will allow Fremont and Jo Lane to play teams and schools that are similar in size to our middle schools. They also have a strategic plan in place for optimally developing athletes’ skills by grouping players with others who have similar skill sets. This allows coaches to have the opportunity to create practice plans specific to the needs of their team and game schedules will be created with skill sets of teams in mind. 

Sixth grade students will still participate through our school programs in cross country, wrestling and track. All football, volleyball and basketball for grade six athletes will continue through outside agencies such as Roseburg Youth Football and the Boys and Girls Club.