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The South Lyon Community Schools believe that athletics are an integral part of the total educational program. Not everyone can be a member of a team, but everyone can benefit from the programs offered by the Athletic Department. Our purpose is to provide experiences not otherwise available in the school classroom curriculum.

South Lyon High School
1000 N.Lafayette South Lyon, MI 48178

Athletic Secretary: Mrs. Liz Russo-
Athletic Director:   Mr. Mike Teagan, C.A.A-
                            Co-op sports: Ice Hockey, Ski, Girls Lacrosse


South Lyon East High School
52200 10 Mile Rd. South Lyon, MI 48178

Athletic Secretary: Mrs. Liz Russo-

Athletic Director:  Mr. Adam Beutel-
                           Co-op sports: Swim, Boys Lacrosse

Millennium Middle School
61526 W. Nine Mile Rd.  South Lyon, MI 48178
Activities/Athletic Coordinator:  Mr. Chris Costa-
Athletic Director:                     Mr. Mike Teagan-
Centennial Middle School
62500 W. Nine Mile Rd. South Lyon, MI 48178

Justin Chamberlin-
Adam Beutel-

An update from the athletic department…

Athletic events are always among the most popular activities for participants and spectators, and these games provide another learning experience. When you as a student become involved in an extracurricular athletic event, how our school and our community is perceived is influenced by the good sportsmanship you display.

As a society, we are constantly bombarded with the message that winning is everything. Not everyone can win every game, or finish first in every race. But everyone can practice the Golden Rule -- treating others they way they wish to be treated, with fairness and respect. That is the true value in playing school sports.

Please take a few moments to review the attached guidelines for behavior, stating the example we expect our spectators to display at athletic events. As a representative of ours, your actions are viewed by family and friends, opposing fans, the local community and the media. Displaying good sportsmanship will show the most positive things about you and our school; and hopefully, remind us all that in the end, sport is meant to be fun.


  • Taunting, trash talk and other intimidating actions.

  • Not admonishing those sitting around you who engage in practice of poor sportsmanship

  • Disrespectful or derogatory yells, chants, songs or gestures.

  • Booing or heckling an official's decision.

  • Criticizing officials in any way; displays of temper with an official's call.

  • Yells that antagonize opponents.

  • Blaming loss of game on officials, coaches or participants.

  • Laughing or name-calling to distract an opponent.

  • Use of profanity or displays of anger that draw attention away from the game.

  • Doing own yells instead of following lead of cheerleaders.

  • Wearing extreme/unusual clothing or excessive face or body painting.