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Wildcat Athletics

Athletic Director: James Dawson
Head High School Football Coach: Chris Cawyer
Head High School Softball Coach: James Dawson
Head High School Boys Basketball Coach: Trey Dawson
Head High School Girls Basketball Coach: Hannah Thomas
Head High School Baseball Coach: Rick Couch
Head High School Boys Track Coach: Chris Cawyer
Head High School Girls Track Coach: Jake Manning


Letterman Jackets will be ordered on Tuesday, September 17, at 11:00 a.m. in the 
HS Cafeteria. A $100 deposit is required to purchase jackets. 
For more information contact Mr. Dawson.

The Lady Wildcat Cheer Team will be competing at Regionals on Saturday. 
Class 2A competition will begin at Noon at Tulsa Union High School. 
Doors open at 11:00 a.m.

A special football game is scheduled for Friday, September 27 between Quapaw and  Colcord.  It’s the first Quapaw High School Native American Football Game.  On that evening both teams will wear the colors of the Quapaw Nation.  We would like to thank the Quapaw Nation for donating these special uniforms.  There will be many special events planned to recognize the area's Native American Tribes in Quapaw on that evening.

Quapaw senior-to-be Tanner Daniels has been selected to play in the Blue Gray All-American Bowl on Monday, January 20, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. He advanced through a regional qualifier in Tennessee, then was picked to play in the game after the combine in Arlington. Congratulations!

Adair Softball Tournament
September 19-21

Oklahoma Union JH Softball Tournament Runner-up

A big thank you to the Miami Auto Supercenter (Chevrolet) and Aubrey Owens on the $1000 donation to Quapaw Athletics.

We would also like to thank the Miami Area Girls Softball League on the $250 donation to Quapaw Public Schools.
A big thank you to Integris on the $750 donation to Quapaw Athletics.


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. 

The Quapaw Booster Club will meet on Sunday, September 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the HS Cafeteria. Please come and be a part of Wildcat Pride!
President: Bill Nichols
Vice President: Mariah Tyner
Secretary: Paula Suman
Treasurer: Gary Graham

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2019 Fall Athletic Schedules