SWEETWATER District Athletics Update

2022-23 Coach Contact List

Patricia Perez
Assistant Principal of Student Activities

Tyler Arciaga
Athletic Director

George LaFiguera
Athletic Trainer

Alexis Ramirez
Athletic Trainer

Updated Sports Clearance Instructions 2022-23

2016 Cheerleaders at a home varsity football game (southwestern College)



Winter Sports begin November 5th. This includes Boys/Girls Basketball, Boys/Girls Soccer, Boys/Girls Wrestling, Girls Water Polo and Co-Ed Roller Hockey. A tryout schedule will be posted in the coming weeks. Clearances for Winter Sports will begin Monday October 24th at the ASB during lunch and immediately after school. Please reach out to your sport-specific coach regarding information about your sport (ex. equipment needs, etc).

Bonita Vista Spring Sports Tryouts 2023

Please make sure you have a stamped clearance form from the ASB prior to attending tryouts. Students will need give the stamped form to their coach in order to tryout. If you do not have one, please get cleared at the ASB.

Here is a list of tryout dates for Spring Sports. Please contact your coach for sports specific questions.

  • Boys Tennis: Coach Tacher (
    • February 4th @ 10AM @ the Tennis Courts
  • Baseball: Coach Palet (
    • February 11th @ the Baseball Field
      • 9th/10th Grade: 10-11:30AM (check-in in at 9:30AM)
      • 11th-12th: 11:30AM-1:30PM (check in at 11AM)
  • Boys Volleyball: Coach Contreras (
    • February 4th @ the Gym
      • 9th/10th Graders: 6PM
      • 11th-12th Graders: 8PM
  • Boys Golf: Coach Valdez (
    • February TBA- Please see Coach Valdez in PE or email him for tryout date/time/location
  • Swim & Dive (Boys/Girls): Coach Alexander (
    • February 6th @ 4PM; Meet in front of the BVHS Gym

If you have any general questions, please feel to contact Athletic Director Tyler Arciaga ( or 619-397-2092.  Good luck & Go Barons!

 Athletic Clearance Information

Concussion Protocol

The Sweetwater Union High School District places student safety as our number one priority. In the unfortunate situation when a student suffers a concussion we immediately implement our Return to Learn Protocol in the classroom and our Return to Play Protocol if a student is involved in our athletic programs. Parents need to communicate with their student’s coach, nurse, athletic trainer, and counselor after meeting with the doctor. A doctor’s note will assist in guiding us in accommodating your student’s needs. The nurse and counselor will then inform your students teachers and begin to monitor your student’s progress as established by our Return to Learn Protocol. Teachers will work with your student and make accommodations based upon his/her progress. If symptoms have a prolonged effect on your student’s classroom performance, a student study team may be necessary.

  • Concussion Protocol Paperwork – *MANDATORY*
    • Page 1 – Top 2/3 of page to be completed by coach; bottom 1/3 to be completed by Physician
    • Page 2 and 3 – In addition to the bottom of page 1, these pages need to be completed by the physician at the INITIAL examination and returned to school nurse
  • Concussion Q & A for Parents
    • A summary of common questions and answers for parents regarding concussions