Athletic Calendar


If a student has already participated in a Hillcrest sport in the current school year, their only requirement for participation in the first day of practice is their sport activity fee.

If a student has not played a sport in the current school year, athletic participation forms must be completed and returned. Please contact Jennifer Heikes at | 218.739.3371 to request the proper forms for your situation.

Athletic eligibility is governed by the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) rules. Detailed information regarding eligibility can be found in the MSHSL Athletic Eligibility brochure.



High School: $160 (Football, Boys & Girls Soccer $175)
Junior High: $80

Spring Sports

High School: $110
Junior High: $60

Refunds are granted to a student if they withdraw from the athletic team prior to the first game/meet. 


School News
Ness Earns First Win in Net with Comets Outshooting St. Johns 26-7

It took ten minutes for Hillcrest to strike. After a Marcus Fluge pass up the middle of the field, Eirik Primavera juked defenders to place a strike in the right corner of the net. Eighteen minutes later Primavera attacked the right goal line, dropping a perfect pass to Iver Honningdal who touched the ball past the Johnnie defender to put the Comets up 2-0. Honnindgal put more force behind his second goal, scored at the 32nd minute. A rocket from the top of the box sailed into the net off a pass from Primavera. The Comets went into halftime with their 3-0 lead, having kept the Johnnies on their heels for the first part of the afternoon.

Lady Comets Outshoot Opponents 30-3 in 6-0 Shutout

It took 25 minutes for the Lady Comets to fill the net after MacKenzie Foss drilled an unassisted shot past the Crookston defender Friday. Foss would round out a hat trick over the next twenty minutes of play, leading the Lady Comets in scoring. Their six goal shutout is a strong step for the Comets this year as they embark on a new season with new faces filling the field.

Comets Score 40th Goal in 5th Game of Season in 14-2 Win

Hillcrest is proving to be a high-flying offensive powerhouse again this year, scoring their 40th goal in their 5th game of the season. The 14-2 victory over Melrose was a quick strike that opened the door for HIllcrest to continue their enhancement as a team with eyes on State.


School News
Comets Launch into 2019 with Gutsy Conference Win

The Panthers chipped away at the Comet lead, finding hard shots in the paint as the Comet big men had their foul totals increase. The Panthers tied the game on a turnover by Hillcrest with thirty seconds left. A quick inbounds by Micah Foss to Gabe Preston earned Preston a foul. With the Panthers in bonus the game was placed in the hands of Preston, who would take three more trips to the line in the final seconds of the game, making all six of his attempts in the final thirty seconds to seal the victory for Hillcrest, 46-50.

Comets Closeout Chargers with Old School Defense

Former Comets are liking the throwback look of the games Hillcrest is battling out on the court lately. In their home opener, the Comets smothered Brandon-Evansville, going on a 19-5 run to open the game as the athletic Chargers went to the bench in timeout after timeout to figure out how to break the Comets' defense. The second half held a different story for the Chargers.

Newman is 4th Player in 4 Years to Enter 1000 Point Club

Many might not see beyond Newman's smiling face as he holds his 1000 point scoring sign. But what should follow in the conversation on scoring is the quiet confidence and focus that Kyler leads the team with. While scoring 1000 points is an incredible feat, the more impressive action may be what happens in the huddle at mid-court before each game.


School News
Comet Golf Takes First Meet with Top Team Score

Hillcrest picked up where they left off last year. Momentum built in Hillcrest’s relaunched golf program was built in sending John Vall to State last year. Work over the summer had Comet golfers perfecting their swing during the final snow storms of the spring. The first meet of the year was held on Thursday, only a few weeks after the spring thaw receded snow drifts from the fairways at Balmoral Golf course.

Erickson's Grand Slam Puts Comets Out of Reach in 17-7 Playoff Win

Hillcrest jumped out to a 12-0 lead on their way to a 17-7 victory over West Central Area in the first round of Section 6A baseball playoffs.  Collin Erickson went 2 for 4 with 6 RBI including a grand slam to lead the Comet attack.  

Undseth and McGuire Key 10-Run Pounce on Wolverines

The Hillcrest Comets defeated the C-G-B Wolverines 12-2 Friday evening as Reggie Undseth had a perfect night:  3 for 3 with a walk, 3 runs scored and 5 RBI on two doubles. He also stole two bases in two attempts and handled 5 chances flawlessly at shortstop to back up pitcher Sean McGuire, who also had an outstanding night:  3 for 4 with 3 runs scored and 2 RBI, and a complete game on the mound allowing just 3 hits while striking out 7 Wolverines.