#BackMySchool sportsmanship contest returns this fall

Regis Jesuit Cherry Creek football

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AURORA — CHSAA's sportsmanship contest which seeks to encourage positive school spirit across the state is back for another season.

This season, the contest has been rebranded as #BackMySchool, a change from last season's #BackMyTeam. The reason for this is because we want the contest to encompass all things about a school, including activities, and not just limit it to sports.

The winning school will receive recognition from CHSAA, and an award for its athletic department. There will be one winner for the school year, honored at the conclusion of the fall season.

Rules for the contest are available on this page, but entries can be submitted from official school/administrator accounts using the hashtag #BackMySchool on Twitter or Instagram. Please tag @CHSAA in your submissions so we are sure to see them.

All entries should show students positively supporting their team, or other acts of good sportsmanship.

Three finalists will be selected during the fall season, and the winner will be selected from those finalists following a week-long vote in November.

Eaglecrest is the defending champion of the contest.