Athletics

WILDCAT ATHLETIC UPDATES



Class 2A District Baseball Champions

Quapaw Wildcats




The 2024 Lucky 7 All-Conference Baseball Team has been announced.  Congratulations to the following Wildcats!

1st Team - Jace Gregory

2nd Team - Ayden Bruton, Jaxon Myrick, Kolton Neal

Honorable Mention - Cooper Welch





State Track

Congratulations to the following student athletes qualifying for the Class 2A State Track 


Zane Stand (100, Long Jump)

Daya Boman (100, 200, 4x100 Relay)

Naomi Daugherty (Shot)

Maggie Smith (4x100 Relay)

Soki Thomasson (4x100 Relay)

Katie Wray (4x100 Relay)




Congratulations to Daya Boman!!!

5th Place 100m Dash - 12.84 - State Medalist

4th Place 200m Dash - 26.40 - State Medalist





Congratulations

Cheerleaders 2024-25

Middle School

Kailey Sharp

Jaelee Munson

Lexie Daniels

Emilee Mate

Stella Teeter

Kaylen Benson

Nakayda Stand

Rikklynn McCleary

Kira Kerr

DeeLani Johnson



High School

Addison McGuire

Jazz Champion

Katelynn Boman

Brooklyn Brock

Madison Overman

Katie Wray

Emily Shelton

Ashleigh Hartley

Remi Sala

Gabby Richardson 

Kyleigh Redden

London Swimmer

Jenna Forcum

Kinley Alsbaugh

Sydney Corbit

Talan Richardson 

Taryn Morgan

Miley Attocknie 

Jaycee Clouse


QUAPAW WILDCATS

ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS 2023-24

 

Welch State Bank

Karnes Pro Tire

Teeters Asphalt & Materials

Teeters Storage

R6 Recycling

Quapaw Plumbing

Overman Building

66 Express

TLC Creations

Dallas’ Dairyette

Class of 2004

Durbin Lawn Care

Allen Sign

Quapaw Fire EMS

Quapaw Nation

Quapaw Booster Club

Quapaw Community Boosters

Quapaw Fire Department

Quapaw Auxiliary Fire Department

Rendel Agency

NEO Ortho

M & D Lumber

 

GAME DAY FOOTBALL SPONSORS 2023

 

R6 Recycling

Quapaw Nation

66 Express

Quapaw Fire Department

Upton Tax Service and Neal Concrete/Construction





STUDENT ATHLETE DRUG TESTING


In an effort to protect the health and safety of its students, Quapaw School District requires that students participating in extracurricular and co-curricular activities complete a mandatory drug screening prior to the beginning of activities.  This screening will be available to students at Quapaw Public Schools in the commons / new gym area.  Cost for this screening is $10.  Students will not be permitted to participate in extracurricular or co-curricular activities until successful completion of a drug screening.  

If you have any questions, please contact Jake Manning, Athletic Director at (918) 674-2501 Ext. 109 or by email at jmanning@qpswildcats.com






QUAPAW SEASON ATHLETIC PASSES 2023-24

 

PASSES GO ON SALE AUGUST 7th  AT THE High School Athletic Directors Office.

PASSES NOT ACCEPTED FOR TOURNAMENTS OR OSSAA ACTIVITIES


LIFETIME PASSES ARE AVAILABLE FOR SENIORS 55 YEARS AND OLDER AT THE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE

 


COMBO: ALL SPORTS

 

High School/Middle School                                              $100 (Adult)

High School/Middle School                                              $  70 (Student)    

Family Pass (Family of 3 or more)                                  $225          

 




        

 


  


 




ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION FORM

The Oklahoma Legislature has passed legislation that requires all students going out for athletics to sign a gender birth form.  This form must be signed by the student and parent before beginning activities for the upcoming school year.  

Forms are at the bottom of this page.

If you have any questions, please contact the Administration Office at: 918-674-2501.



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. 


Quapaw Fight Song

(Wisconsin  Fight Song)


Down the halls green and white

Quapaw colors bright

Cheer oh cheer 

Like valley thunder

Echo through the night (rah rah rah)

See the lineup 

See the scoreboard 

Rising more and more

Fight fellows (fight fight fight)

Bring up the score!!

Hey!




Marijuana is the most commonly used illegal substance in the U.S. and its use is growing. Marijuana use among all adult age groups, both sexes, and pregnant women is going up. At the same time, the perception of how harmful marijuana use can be is declining. Increasingly, young people today do not consider marijuana use a risky behavior.

 

Brain Health: Marijuana can cause permanent IQ loss of as much as 8 points when people start using it at a young age.  These IQ points do not come back, even after quitting marijuana.

 

Mental Health: Studies link marijuana use to depression, anxiety, suicide planning and psychotic episodes.  It is not known, however, if marijuana use is the cause of these conditions.

 

Athletic Performance: Research shows that marijuana affects timing, movement, and coordination, which can harm athletic performance.

 

 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)


OSSAA Gender Birth HS Student 18 years and older Form

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OSSAA Gender Birth HS Student Under 18 Form

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OSSAA Gender Birth MS Student Form

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