Ray-Pec Athletics

Fall Sports

The high school fall sports season officially began on Monday, July 31, with the first day of practices and try-outs. Students must have a physical dated on or after Feb. 1, 2017, to participate in practice.

Here is a link to the Physical Form.  

Practices and try-outs for middle school fall sports begin at 3 p.m. Monday, Aug. 14, at both Ray-Pec East and Ray-Pec South middle schools.

For students entering grades 7-8, there are three fall sports: cross country, football, and volleyball. Athletes must have fees paid and a current physical (dated after Feb.1, 2017) on file or bring in the completed physical form to participate.

• Cross Country: open to all 7th and 8th graders. There are no cuts in cross country.
• Football: open to 8th graders only. There are no cuts in football. There will be an "A" team and "B" team.
• Volleyball: open to 8th grade girls. There will be an "A" team and a "B" team, and the number of players is limited. Tryouts begin on Monday, Aug. 14. Once cuts are made, practices will continue at the same time.

Practices end at varying times. When school starts, practices will be held after school every day. Be sure to wear comfortable clothing, and bring a water bottle. Volleyball players should bring knee pads.

Ray-Pec High School sports schedules
To see schedules, scores and standings, and coaches, go here:

Greater Kansas City Suburban Conference
Ray-Pec is a member of the GKC Suburban Conference: http://www.gkcsconference.org/g5-bin/client.cgi
Team web sites
Some high school sports have separate web sites with additional information:
Sports physicals
Students (grades 7-12) planning to participate in athletics for the 2017-2018 school year must have a physical on file dated on or after Feb. 1, 2017. Physical form

Athletic By-Law 309 (a) in the MSHSAA handbook states: “The school shall require of each student participating in athletic or an activity performance Group; MSHSAA sponsored sports, marching band, cheerleading, dance team, and color guard / flags, a physician’s certificate stating that he or she is physically able to participate in athletic contests or performance groups. A student shall not be permitted to practice or compete until a complete certificate is on file. The certificate/physical is valid for the purpose of this rule IF issued on or after February 1 of the previous school year.”

The School District provides a physical exam form to be completed by each athlete as well as your physician. You may obtain a form at the front office of your child’s school or on-line at www.raypec.k12.mo.us  This form MUST be on file before you will be allowed to practice or participate with any Raymore-Peculiar athletic team.

Athletic By-Law 309 (b) in the MSHSAA handbook states: “A student shall not be permitted to practice or compete for a school until it has verification that he or she has basic athletic insurance coverage.”

This information is included on the physical exam form and also MUST be on file before a student will be allowed to practice or participate with any Raymore-Peculiar athletic team, or band or color guard.

The District provides a supplemental insurance policy for each athlete. This is in addition to a student's private health insurance.

All student athletes and their parents are required to review the handbook and return the signature sheet to their Coach prior to the first contest of the season. The signature sheet indicates that the athlete and the parents have received, reviewed, and understand the policies set forth by the Athletic/Activities Department and the MSHSAA regarding concussions. Student Athletic Handbook

Panther Gear
The Panther Gear web store at www.gearupkc.com offers men's and women's shirts, hats, visors, stadium seats and coach shirts. A portion of your purchase benefits the Ray-Pec Athletic Booster Club.

Concussion information
Raymore-Peculiar High School participates in a pre-screening process and after-injury evaluation for all student athletes regarding concussions and head injuries. Parents must sign a statement (from the student athletic handbook) indicating they have received information about concussions and head injuries. Concussion Information Packet

Other Links
  • Dynamite Sports - student-athlete and college recruiting information: Dynamite Sports

  • Missouri State High School Activities Asssociation (MSHSAA): MSHSAA Website

  • Sports pictures - Photographic Enterprises Corporation website: PEC Sports website