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Athletic Director: James Dawson
LATEST WILDCAT NEWS

The Lucky 7 High School Baseball Tournament will be held at Quapaw, 

March 28-30.

Games on Thursday, March 28
10:00: Foyil-Bluejacket
Noon: Fairland-Commerce
2:00: Ketchum-Winner of Foyil-Bluejacket
4:00: Colcord-Welch
6:00: Wyandotte-Afton
8:00: Quapaw- Winner of Colcord-Welch





Congratulations to Tanner Daniels , 2nd place, Garrett Fox, 2nd place, and Ty Erp, 6th place at Regional Powerlifting.  All three qualified for the State Meet at El Reno.



Congratulations to the Quapaw Fr. Powerlifting Team.  A third place finish at State.

Sports Physicals
Wednesday, May 1, at 6:00 p.m.


Lucky 7 High School Baseball Tournament at Quapaw

March 28-30, 2019

 

Thursday, March 28

10:00              Foyil-Bluejacket

Noon               Fairland-Commerce

2:00                Ketchum-Winner of Foyil-Bluejacket

4:00                Colcord-Welch

6:00                Wyandotte-Afton

8:00                Quapaw- Winner of Colcord-Welch

Friday, March 29

10:00              

Noon               

2:00                

4:00                

6:00                

8:00                


Saturday, March 30

 

10:00                                                  9thPlace Game

Noon                                                   7thPlace Game

2:00                                                    Consolation Championship Game               

4:00                                                    3rdPlace Game

6:00                                                    Tournament Championship Game  


 

Lucky 7 All Conference Basketball Team

Mya Nichols: Defensive Player of the Year

Skyler Evans: All Conference

Jonas Gregory: Defensive Player of the Year

Matt Lovell: All Conference

Kale Thomasson, Jordan Carolus: Honorable Mention All Conference


Quapaw Nation Camp of Champions
June 6-7

🏀🏀🏀🏀🏀 🏀 
The Lady Wildcats end the season with a loss to Owasso-Rejoice Christian in the Regional Consolation Game.  Congratulations to the Lady Wildcats on a great season ending with a 18-9 record, NEO Tournament Championship, District Championship and 
Lucky 7 Conference Runner-up finish.


QUAPAW POWERLIFTING

Great job by the Quapaw HS Powerlifters at Afton.  Chris Robinson 3rd place, Tanner Daniels 1st place, and Garrett Fox, 2nd Place. Quapaw finished 6th overall and 3rd in small school classification.
Congratulations  to Jennifer Kessel, 2nd place, in 198 division at Afton Powerlifting Meet.
9th Grade Overall Champions at Afton. Gunner Freeman-1st, 
Grant Crawford-2nd, Mitchell Brumfield-1st, Preston Thomasson-2nd, Alex Lovell-1st, 
and Corben Cunliffte-2nd.
Congratulations to the Quapaw High School Wildcats on a 3rd place finish at the Lucky 7 Powerlifting Meet.  Kale Thomasson-2nd place, Taylor Roher-3rd place, Garrett Fox-2nd place, Tanner Daniels-1st place and Ty Earp-2nd place.
Congratulations to the Quapaw MS Powerlifting Team. Grant Crawford-2nd place, hwt. 1000 lbs. Gunner Freeman-2nd place, 855, Garrett Williams-2nd place, 845, Mitchell Brumfield-1st place, 380.  The 9th Grade Team won the overall division.



Congratulations Lady Wildcats 
NEO Tournament Champions 2019


Congratulations to the 6th Grade Basketball Teams on outstanding seasons. The boys finished the season with a 12-4 record and the girls finished with a 11-5 record.


Quapaw Basketball Game Day Sponsor, Nate Long-State Farm Insurance in Miami.  Thank you for supporting the Quapaw Wildcats!


New Activity Travel Policy


QUAPAW PUBLIC SCHOOLS TRAVEL TO ACTIVITIES

January 14, 2019

Adopted by Board of Education

 

All team members and managers traveling under the supervision of the coach and/or sponsor are to go and return from out of town games/activities by transportation supplied by the school. Players (students) shall not drive to any activity they are participating in.

 

Students involved in supporting the team in an organized group will travel under the supervision of the sponsor when transported in school vehicles.

 

Regardless of how students travel to a game, their actions and conduct are the business of the school and proper discipline will be taken when conduct is improper. It is not the intention of the school to restrict the freedom or privileges of students, but the school feels a duty for the safety of its students and the reputation of the school.

 

Students riding the bus to an activity are expected to return on the bus, except when personally requested by the parent or legal guardian to return with them and sign the sign out sheet provided by the coach or sponsor. If the student is to ride home with anyone else such as grandparent or any other responsible adult, the parent or legal guardian must submit to the principal a written request prior to the activity and that person must sign the sign out sheet provided by the coach or sponsor.  The principal will notify the coach or sponsor of the approval.

 

For school activities, the participating students must ride school-arranged transportation only. If a student participates in the activity, he/she must travel to and from the activity with the group. Release from this will be only to parents or legal guardian and only with prior approval of sponsor and/or the principal. 


Congratulations 
Lady Wildcats 2nd Place 
Welch Tournament 
Congratulations 
Wildcats 3rd Place 
Welch Tournament



Congratulations to Ty Earp, Honorable Mention All-State Football 🏈 

The Oklahoman Newspaper OKC


Congratulations to the following Wildcats who made the All-District A-6 Football Team 

All-District Position Players:

Kale Thomasson (QB), Tanner Daniels (Offensive Line-Guard), Jonas Gregory (Special Teams) and Trevor White (Defense-Outside Linebacker).

Newcomer of the Year: Brannigan Ray.

Medical Player: Brenden McMacken.

All-District:

Josh Curry, Ty Earp and Craig Rundell

All District-Honorable Mention: 

Jarrett Smith, Matt Lovell, Hunter Thomasson, Jacob Gregory and Dante Gaines


Congratulations to the 5th and 6th Grade Football 🏈 Team
Super Bowl Champions 

Congratulations to the Lady Wildcats on a Great Softball season

Congratulations to the following Lady Wildcats for making the All District 2A-8 Softball Team:  
Jenni Jennings, MVP Pitcher. Mya Nichols, Jenna Kerley and Gracie Crawford, All District 1st Team. Karissa Anderson, All District 2nd Team.

Congratulations to the following Quapaw Lady Wildcats who earned Lucky 7 All League Honors:
MVP Pitcher-Jenni Jennings
Catcher-Jenna Kerley
Middle IF-Mya Nichols
Corner IF-Karissa Anderson
Outfield-Gracie Crawford
Honorable Mention: Mallory Blackfox and Shea Otteson

 In the Oklahoma Union HS Softball Championship Game 
Quapaw 13
South Coffeyville 1
Final

Congratulations Lady Wildcats!

Congratulations to the Lady Wildcats 
2nd Place Quapaw Invitational Tournament 

Booster Club Meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
Officers for 2018-19:
President: Bill Nichols
Vice President: Mariah Tyner
Secretary: Paula Suman
Treasurer: Gary Graham



SPRING 2019 ATHLETIC SCHEDULES
(Subject to Change, please check Facebook Updates)

QUAPAW SEASON ATHLETIC PASSES

PASSES NOW ON SALE AT THE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE 8-4 MONDAY-FRIDAY

LIFETIME PASSES AVAILABLE FOR SENIORS 55 YEARS AND OLDER

FOOTBALL                                                                ADULTS          STUDENTS

High School/Middle School $25                 $20

Family Pass (Family of 3 or more) $65                 NA

SOFTBALL

High School/Middle School $25                 $20

Family Pass (Family of 3 or more) $50                 NA

BASKETBALL

High School/Middle School $60                 $30

Family Pass (Family of 3 or more) $140               NA

BASEBALL

High School/Middle School $25                 $20

Family Pass (Family of 3 or more) $50                 NA

COMBO: FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL

High School/Middle School $60                 $30

Family Pass (Family of 3 or more) $140               NA

COMBO: FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL AND SOFTBALL

High School/Middle School $75                 $45

Family Pass (Family of 3 or more) $170               NA

COMBO: FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL AND BASEBALL

High School/Middle School $75                 $45

Family Pass (Family of 3 or more) $170               NA

COMBO: ALL SPORTS

High School/Middle School $90                 $60

Family Pass (Family of 3 or more) $200               NA