St. Anne's interscholastic sports program is a huge part of after school life for students in grades 6 – 8. We participate in the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association and field nine seasonal teams including boys and girls soccer, lacrosse, basketball, baseball, and co-ed cross country. Girls can also play field hockey in the fall. (Forms for DIAA participation are required for all students.)

Beyond the DIAA, each winter St. Anne’s conducts a lively four-week indoor soccer tournament that is open to all middle school students. Our school has also offered various recreational sports such as a basketball team for grades 5 and 6 with the help of parents.

Herons Sports/Athletics Schedules

Renee - Posted 11/29/2017 03:58PM
Interested in coaching Heron sports this coming spring season?

St. Anne's Episcopal School seeks experienced individuals who work well with middle school-aged students, grades 6-8, and have the ability to teach the skills of the game.

boys' lacrosse
Boys' Lacrosse Team - 2012

Boys Lacrosse – Head Coach

Boys Lacrosse – Assistant Coach

Girls Soccer - Assistant Coach

Responsibilities include the following:

-To provide practice and game plans 3 times per week.

-To instruct athletes in the fundamental skills, strategy and physical training necessary for them to realize a degree of individual and team success.

-To guide student-athletes in the formulation and enhancement of values, pride of accomplishment, acceptable social behavior, self-discipline, self-confidence, and sportsmanship.

-To communicate effectively with team members and parents.

-To serve as a positive role model at all times.

Interested candidates should submit this application to Peter Thayer, Head of School.

get link
Renee - Posted 11/10/2017 12:26PM
The fall sports season has come to an end and here is a recap from our coaches.

Cross Country - Coach Cristina Bromley & Coach Ryan Brown

The 2017 cross country season welcomed many returning runners in addition to eight new runners. Eleven students who had first run cross country in 6th grade continued to hone their racing skills, and many beat their personal records from the previous 2016 season. We especially appreciate the leadership of three eighth grade students: Caroline Bennett, Rachel Fonder, and Jaylen Douglas who participated all three years. This season we particularly worked on hill training, endurance, and dropping time in the second mile of the race. Amusing highlights from the season include entertaining student-led warm-ups, the much dreaded arm and ab exercises completed in unison post-practice, plank competitions involving students holding a plank for over a minute, and the annual Friendly's Fun Run. We ended the season with one win and five losses. 

2017 Cross Country St. Anne's Episcopal School


Field Hockey - Coach Pam Kern

This year's Field Hockey team had a solid core with 11 returning eighth graders and 5 strong sixth and seventh graders.  The team worked hard at practice to improve their fitness levels, fundamental skills, and game strategies.  

Highlights for the season included scoring a season high of 6 goals against Tome, outscoring our opponents 19 to 7 overall,  recording 5 shutouts, and christening our newly refurbished field. Most importantly, the team learned how to work together to have a very successful season.

The team finished with a record of 5 wins, 1 loss, and 3 ties.

Field Hockey 2017 St. Anne's Episcopal School


Boys' Soccer - Head Coach Cal Hurtt, Asst. Coach Tara Liguori, Asst. Coach Peter Thayer

The 2017 soccer season was definitely one to remember. With about half the team graduating from the 2016 squad it was sure to be a young team. This was illustrated by having just three 8th graders returning from last year's team, plus two more who jumped in and helped fill out the team. There was a number of experienced players throughout the roster and the large number of 7th and 6th graders who contributed as starters bodes well for next year's campaign.  Ultimately the team had a 4-5-0 record along with a 1-0-1 record for the two "B" team games. Practices raised the level of play as the season went along and the team played their best games as the season came to a close.

2017 Boys' Soccer Team St. Anne's Episcopal School

get link
Renee - Posted 10/27/2017 07:55AM
The Boys' Lacrosse Clinic for 4th-8th graders runs on Wednesdays from 10/25 through 11/29.

boys lacrosse clinic at st. anne'sHitmen Lacrosse Clinic

Help your child take his athletic development to the next level.  


Boys, Grades 4-8 | 3:30 - 4:45pm 

Wednesdays (10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/29)

$95 for 5 sessions; $75 if contracted in EC. | $20 per session

The boys' lacrosse clinic for Grades 4 - 8 started yesterday (10/25) with Mike McGuigan of Hitmen Lacrosse Club LLC.  Each session is designed strategically to help athletes excel based upon instructional skills and drills proven on the field. Help your child take his athletic development to the next level. Sign up today for all four remaining days, or by individual session date(s).  Contact Mike McGuigan at 302-542-1537 with questions.

Registration Details




get link
Renee - Posted 10/13/2017 03:07PM
Check out the latest news about our Heron athletes!

Cross Country update from Coach Cristina Bromley:  

We had a hard fight for the boys at the finish line against Newark Charter on Tuesday, October 11, 2017. They had 31 male runners to our 9 boys.  The final score was 26 (Newark Charter) to 29 (SAES) - the lower score is better in cross country. The boys really fought hard and were quite competitive!  We had first and third place for boys. Our top female runners both struggled in yesterday's meet.  Final score was 17 (Newark Charter) to 73 (SAES).However, they also outnumbered us with  22 girls to our 7, and some of our girls had their best races yet of the season, which is an accomplishment.

Field Hockey update from Coach Pam Kern:

Field Hockey christened the “new” lower field with a 1-1 tie against Independence School on Thursday, October 5.  The team worked together to come from behind and force the tie.  

On Tuesday, October 10, the Field Hockey team traveled to Caravel.  The grudge match of evenly talented teams resulted in a 0-0 tie. On Thursday we dedicated our new field and defeated Red LIon 2-1.

Soccer update from Coach Cal Hurtt:

The boys' soccer team had a difficult rematch at Caravel on Thursday.  Having fallen behind 2-0 at the half, the Herons fought hard to come back in the second half to tie the score 2-2, and then Caravel tucked in the winning goal in the final seconds of the game.

Fall Sports Schedule for the Upcoming Week:

Week of 10/16

M, 10/16  Boys Soccer v. Holy Cross at St. Anne’s/3/45pm

               Cross Country Practice/3:20pm

               Field Hockey v. Holy Cross/3:30pm

               ED 1:45pm/Depart from MS Doors 2:00pm/Return to School 5:15pm

T, 10/17  Boys Soccer v. Campus Community MS at Campus Community MS/ 4pm

              ED 1:45pm/Depart from MS Doors 2:00pm/Return to School 5:15pm

              Field Hockey Practice/3:20pm

              Cross Country v. Red Lion at St. Anne’s/3:30pm

W, 10/18  Cross Country v. MOT Charter at MOT Charter/4pm

                ED 2:45/Depart MS Doors 3:00pm/Return to School 5:15pm

R, 10/19  Boys Soccer Practice/3:20pm

               Field Hockey Practice/3:20pm

F, 10/20   No Practices/Games

We love to see our students in action during their meets and games!  Please send pictures to  

get link
211 Silver Lake Rd, Middletown, DE 19709
powered by finalsite