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The annual sports report is out.

Santa Rosa City Schools has released its competitive athletic unaudited fiscal analysis for 2011-12. The report details what the district’s general fund pays to support athletic programs at middle and high schools and separates funds that are received and expended via student body accounts or donations. That number grew by $42,185 last year from a total of $566,535 in 2010-11.

The total general fund contribution to high school athletics was $811,549 and $227,763 for middle school sports.

The report also includes levels of participation which vary substantially from campus to campus, even when considering enrollment differences. In 2011-12 enrollment was Cook, 410; Slater, 826; Comstock, 319; Rincon Valley, 842, and Santa Rosa, 646.

Here are a few sports that show the disparity:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Girls basketball: Cook, 9; Slater, 34; Comstock, 14; Rincon Valley, 24; and Santa Rosa, 28.

Cross country: Cook, 36; Slater, 91; Comstock, 40; Rincon Valley, 105; Santa Rosa, 44.

Track: Cook, 112; Slater 125; Comstock, 58; Rincon Valley, 217; Santa Rosa, 88.

Wrestling: Cook, 10; Slater, 46; Comstock, 9; Rincon Valley, 61; Santa Rosa, 28.

HIGH SCHOOL (2011-12 enrollment: Montgomery, 1,742; Piner, 997; Santa Rosa, 1,986; Elsie Allen, 1,050; and Maria Carrillo, 1,599).

Girls soccer: Montgomery, 41; Piner, 20; Santa Rosa, 41; Elsie Allen, 35; Maria Carrillo, 42.

Swim/dive: Montgomery, 37; Piner, 8; Santa Rosa, 44; Elsie Allen, 10; Maria Carrillo, 67.

Girls tennis: Montgomery, 34; Piner, 11; Santa Rosa, 44; Elsie Allen, 10; Maria Carrillo, 20.

Cross country: Montgomery, 45; Piner, 40; Santa Rosa, 52; Elsie Allen, 12; Maria Carrillo, 80.

Football: Montgomery, 91; Piner, 71; Santa Rosa, 80; Elsie Allen, 50; Maria Carrillo, 79.

Badminton: Montgomery, 47; Piner, 30; Santa Rosa, 28; Elsie Allen, 0; Maria Carrillo, 63.

 

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