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Athletic Director: Kermit Moyer

Mission Statement

The mission of the Hancock High School Athletics program is to provide a competitive, safe environment through which our student-athletes gain direction and motivation to help them to grow academically, athletically, emotionally, and socially.

Participation in high school athletics is an integral part of the educational mission of the Washington County Public Schools and competition is offered to enhance the total development of the student.

The Hancock Athletic Staff is committed to providing equal opportunity for students to participate in high school athletics. We strive for excellence in all of our programs and adhere to the principles of fair play. Student-athletes and coaches are expected to compete with integrity and sportsmanship at all times within the guidelines of the MPSSAA, the WCPSAA and the NFSHS codes of ethics.

Hancock High School will endeavor to maintain a broad based, yet competitive high school program in all offered sports that will strive to benefit the student body, the local community and alumni by providing competitive events which engender cohesiveness and pride.

Sports and Coaches

  • Football – Coach Ron Hare
  • Boys Basketball - Coach Ed Morris
  • Girls Basketball – Coach Todd Ruppenthal
  • Baseball – Coach Rocky Wills
  • Softball – Coach Todd Ruppenthal
  • Volleyball - Coach Shawnda Wills
  • Indoor Track - TBA
  • Outdoor Track – Coach Ron Hare


Attention all Student Athletes in grades 9-12. Our spring 2024 season begins on Friday, March 1, 2024. This spring we will be offering Varsity Girls’ Softball, Varsity Boys’ Baseball, and Varsity Boys’ and Girls’ Outdoor Track and Field. All interested athletes will need to sign-up through the FamilyID platform between Friday, February 9th and Tuesday, February 27th. The link to registration can be found on the athletics tab on the school webpage. Please remember that proof of a current physical within the last 12 months is required prior to participating in any practice sessions. This documentation can be dropped off to Mr. Moyer in the Athletic Office or be given to your coach on the first day of practice. If you have any questions feel free to see Mr. Moyer or call the Athletic Office at 301-766-8193.


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