ACPS Athletics Update

  • Student Participants will Receive Two Tickets for Events


    In accordance with the most recent Order of the Governor of Maryland dated February 23, 2021, “Outdoor venues at which sporting events occur (including, without limitation, major league, professional, minor league, semi-professional, amateur, recreational, motor sports, and collegiate sporting events) may open to the general public, provided, however, that the total number of persons permitted in an Outdoor Sporting Venue at any one time shall not exceed the lesser of (A) 50% of that Outdoor Sporting Venue’s Maximum Occupancy, or (B) 250 persons.”


    Additionally, the order also states “The total number of spectators permitted in an indoor sports facility shall not exceed at any one time the lesser of (A) 50% of that indoor sports facility’s Maximum Capacity, or (B) 100 persons.”


    As a result of this order for outdoor and indoor capacity at athletic events, ACPS will provide two tickets to each participating student for both home and away events. If extra tickets are available for athletic events, individual schools will determine if they will be offered for sale to the public.


    Published 2/26/21


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  • ATHLETICS UPDATE: At the January 12, 2021, school board meeting, board members heard an update on athletics from Mrs. Tracey Leonard, Assistant Supervisor of Health, PE, Athletics, and Mental Health. After some discussion, school board members voted 4-1 to forego playing winter sports and proceed with fall sports, pending appropriate county health metrics, with the first available practice date being February 13, 2021. This decision was made as a result of the limited number of play dates available for winter sports after mandatory practices concluded as well as current county health metrics.


    Published 1/12/21

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  • ACPS Winter Sports Update: The MPSSAA winter sports season for Allegany County Public Schools athletics will begin Monday, December 7, 2020, with student-athletes taking part in virtual workouts and virtual practices. When local health metrics allow, we will begin in-person workouts, try-outs and practices. 


    Published 12/4/20

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  • IMPORTANT UPDATE: As a result of increased health metrics related to COVID-19 in Allegany County, ACPS is cancelling all in-person extra-curricular activities and athletics events and practices effective today, Thursday, November 5, 2020, beginning with afternoon activities.


    This decision was made in collaboration with the Allegany County Health Department and school system staff after reviewing recent health data. Coaches and advisors will be in contact with students if they opt to conduct their activities in a virtual format.


    Community health metrics will continue to be monitored to determine when ACPS can resume in-person extra curricular activities and athletic practices and events.  


    Published 11/5/20

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COVID-19 Updates & Guidance

  • ACPS First Semester Voluntary Conditioning and Skill-Based Engagement Sessions

  • ACPS to Follow MPSSAA Guidance for Return to Extracurricular Activities

  • MPSSAA Press Release

  • Governor Hogan's Guidance


    Allegany County Public Schools are now part of WestMac - Western Maryland Athletic Conference. The schools in this conference include Fort Hill, Allegany, Mountain Ridge, Southern and Northern.
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    Assistant Supervisor of Athletics: Tracey Leonard
    Phone: 301-759-2404

    There are 12 varsity interscholastic sports offered in Allegany County.

     Cross Country  Basketball  Baseball
     Football  Bowling  Outdoor Track
     Golf  Wrestling  Softball
     Soccer         Tennis     
    Unified Sports are now part of Allegany County.  We offer Unified Tennis, Unified Track, and Bocce as part of the ACPS Corollary Athletics programming.