Athletics

Intramural Sports

Become an Intramural Champion

The intramural sports program at Loyola Blakefield is a vital part of student life, providing an environment for our Dons in grades 9–12 to compete and learn leadership and team skills. In its 13th year as a sanctified program, intramural sports has been so successful because it fills a niche for students of all skill levels. For students who don't participate in our athletics program, it allows them to remain active and compete a few times a week while participating in other activities. It is also a fun out-of-season activity for students who are involved in interscholastic sports. Most importantly, it brings students from all athletic talents and backgrounds together to strengthen their bonds as brothers on and off the field. Our middle school has a separate intramural sports program, where games are played during the middle school activity period from 2:20 – 3:00 p.m. every day.

View our selection of intramural sports below:

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Flag Football

Flag Football is our fall intramural sport, featuring games on the field behind the St. Ignatius statue. It is a wonderful opportunity for students at all high school grade levels to come together and play football in a competitive, yet laid-back environment. Teams are made up of students from each grade level, 9 through 12, and the season runs from September through Thanksgiving. The season ends with a championship game played on Hargaden Field. The real highlight is the annual faculty/student flag football game that takes place after the Turkey Bowl Pep Rally. Flag Football allows for 120 participants every year with a waiting list.

Dodgeball

Dodgeball has traditionally been the most popular intramural sport at Loyola. Students form their own teams and often make their own uniforms for the season. Games are played in January and February with an single-elimination tournament at the end of the season. Divisions are assigned according to grade level, so freshmen play against freshmen, seniors against seniors, and everything in between. Over 100 students sign up to play intramural dodgeball each year.





Basketball

3 v 3 Basketball is Loyola's version of March Madness, with games occurring around the same time as the NCAA tournament. Each season is different, with past seasons including rosters made up of faculty and students, as well as fundraising tournaments sanctioned by the intramurals program. Students form their own teams for these games. Basketball generally has 50 participants each season.






Indoor Soccer

Indoor Soccer is the least formal and longest running of all of the intramural sports, and it's played in the spring. Teams change every game day, and students play in the four-court gym. No experience is necessary. Varsity soccer coach Lee Tschantret assists with the management of the program, and there are usually 30-40 participants per season.






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