OSAA has released the new athletics guidelines for the 2020-2021 school year.  Please see the following PDF.  We will be working with coaches and administration to keep you updated. 

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, summer conditioning for sports has not been determined. 

Information will be posted as it becomes available.

OSAA Update
If you are planning on participating in an OSAA sponsored event next year, the OSAA has not made any changes to their language concerning athletic participation eligibility. Therefore, in order to be eligible to participate next year, each student-athlete MUST have passed a minimum of five classes the previous semester and be on track for graduation. A grade of “IP” does not receive credit and does not count toward the requirement until it is made up. We do not want to be filing hardships in the fall. Please be working diligently to pass ALL of your classes in order to be in good academic standing and be eligible to participate.
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Gold Card Checklist
  • Code of Conduct read and signed by Parent and Student
  • Assumption of risk read and signed by Parent and Student
  • Insurance information
  • Random Drug test Form signed by Parent and Student
  • Sports Physical within the last 2 years. Please bring hard copy
  • Gold card fee $100

Athletic Director

Greg Mulkey

Varsity Football

John Lemmons

Varsity Volleyball

Tammie Montiel   

Varsity Boys Soccer


Varsity Girls Soccer

Pio Figueroa

Varsity Cross Country

Steve Delgado


Ashley Caballero


Rachelle Cheney

Varsity Boys Basketball  

Casey McCord

Varsity Girls Basketball

Bruce Bryant

Varsity Swimming

Kathe McNutt

Varsity Wrestling

Bo Hampton

Varsity Track

Chad Scriven

Varsity Boys Golf

Scott Banks

Varsity Girls Golf

Kevin Cellura

Varsity Softball

Chelsea Burns

Varsity Baseball

Floyd Montiel

Varsity Tennis

Garrett King