Athletic Boosters

Open to parents of all school aged children and any interested community members. 

Meeting locations/dates and times:      6:30-7:30 pm in the high school media center during high school parent-teacher conferences.

Goals: to act as a sounding board and offer input on the athletic programs and to provide financial assistance for our collective programs at the middle and high school levels.

Please consider being involved in supporting our programs! 

Tent Rental                        

The Whitehall Athletic Boosters have two tents 20’ x 40’ in size. One is all white and one is red and white striped.  We will set your tent up and take it down subject to availability. Cost is $225.00 to rent which includes a $75 non-refundable deposit. Mail completed application and deposit to:  

Whitehall Athletic Boosters
Attn:  Melissa Throne
3235 Lakewood Rd
Whitehall, MI  49461

To schedule a tent:
Phone: 231-329-0713 or

Banner project

 The Whitehall Athletic Boosters are excited to offer a new opportunity for area businesses and organizations to support our Whitehall District Schools athletic programs while we support you!

Beginning Fall 2015 we are introducing our Banner Project.  The Banner Project is a "win-win" for everyone.  All money received from this project will be directly used to support all athletic programs for Whtiehall District Schools.  For your generous donation, you will receive very intentional advertisement of your business or organization.  Additionally, you have the abilitiy to direct your 3 x 5 banner to the field of your choice. Banner Project.  

my locker banner

You can now purchase Whitehall Apparel on line.  A percentage of each purchase will come back to Whitehall Athletics to support our programs. Thank you for your support.  GO VIKINGS!

Tryout Ticket

Each Athlete must complete a tryout ticket prior to the first day of practice and/or tryout.  To receive a tryout ticket, their physical form and athletic fee must be turned in to the high school office.  Then the athlete will turn in the tryout ticket to the coach the first day of practice/tryout.  An  athlete will not be allowed to participate in tryouts or practice without a tryout tickets.  Tickets can be obtained in the high school office when the physical form and athletic fee are turned in.

MHSAA Physical Form

A physical exam, clearance, and consent form is required for all student athletes for grades 7-12.  The physical exam must be completed on or after April 15, 2016 to qualify for the 2016-17 school year.  The physical card must be turned into the high school office before the first practice/tryout.


You may pick up a physical card in the high school office or print a copy here. physical form .

Athletic Fee

High School - $75 one time fee per school year

Middle School - $50 one time fee per school year

PaySchools : You May Now Make Pay to Participate Payments Online.

2016-17 Athletic Passes

Sign up to work athletic events for athletic passes

For the 2016-17 athletic season, parents/adults will have the opportunity to earn a free family pass by working eight complete events (2 adults per family works 4 games, 1 adult per family works 8 games).  The athletic department is seeking interested parents/adults to sell tickets at home athletic competitions.  Anyone interested should contact Jim Morningstar, Ticket Manager, at the Whitehall High School (231) 893-1020, cell (231) 670-9965, email


You can purchase season tickets to all athletic events. Season Ticket Information .  

Ticket prices for all athletic events are $5.  

Contact Sara Blankstrom in the Athletic Office for more information.  231-893-1020 ext. 1

The Athletic Office will be open August 1, 2016, 7:00 am - 3:00 pm.

Map of Facilities

Soccer games are played at the football stadium located at 401 Elizabeth Street

Baseball and Softball fields are located at 900 E Sophia Street

We believe that Whitehall District Schools’ athletes should compete honorably while representing their team, school, and community. With appropriate attitude, dedication, and leadership, they will contribute positively to school spirit and community pride. To accomplish this, we encourage the cooperation of athletes, parents, and boosters. Participation in athletics is a PRIVILEGE and when student-athletes participate on an athletic team, those individuals assume the responsibility of being team members.

The responsibilities include: 

  1. Being aware that he/she will be expected to act as a positive force in the school.

  2. Follow the code of conduct in the athletic code of ethics and student handbook.

  3. Complying with team rules and policies.

  4. Maintaing academic eligibility (pass four core classes/1.5 or above GPA).

  5. Maintaining a positive attitude.

  6. Understanding his/her role as a team member.

Team members and their parents need to understand that not all athletes will RECEIVE equal playing time. There will be an emphasis on participation for all athletes at the 7th and 8th grade level. Athletic participation of freshmen teams allows for some playing time. As the athlete moves to the junior varsity and varsity levels, parents and student athletes must understand that playing time depends on the athletic ability of the participants and team needs in that particular sport as determined by the coaching staff. Our athletic philosophy encourages our teams to compete for league championships and continue in state tournament play at the high school level.

Whitehall High School is a member of the West Michigan Conference. This conference consists of predominately class C high schools along the western coast of the state of Michigan. The conference promotes interscholastic relations of member schools through the sponsoring of athletic contests and other student activities. The following schools are members of the West Michigan Conference: Oakridge, North Muskegon, Ravenna, Montague, Shelby, Hart, Mason County Central, and Whitehall.


Whitehall High School is a member in the Greater Muskegon Athletic Association. This association was formed to promote better interscholastic relations of the member schools throughout the county of Muskegon. The association awards championship trophies and medals for place winners in the following sports: fall – girl’s tennis, golf, and cross country; winter – wrestling, girl’s volleyball; spring – boy’s tennis and track. The following schools are members of the GMAA: Muskegon Christian, Orchard View, Fruitport, North Muskegon, Whitehall, Mona Shores, Montague, Muskegon, Muskegon Heights, Muskegon Catholic, Oakridge, Reeths-Puffer, Ravenna, and Holton.