508.230.3210, Ext. 1450
508.230.3210, Ext. 1450
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OA will offer baseball, softball, boys & girls lacrosse, boys & girls tennis, boys & girls track, boys & girls unified track (for students with disabilities), wrestling and cheer during the spring sports season. Tryouts will begin on Monday, 4/26 for all sports except cheer and unified Track. Cheer will begin Thursday, 4/30. Unified Track start date is TBD.
Under updated EEA guidelines, the MIAA has approved wrestling during the spring season. We are awaiting further guidance from the MIAA regarding how competition will be conducted. That guidance is not expected until late April. In anticipation of the opportunity to compete, registration is now open for wrestling.The OA COVID 19 Plan for Athletics for this season can be found here.
MIAA sport specific COVID guidance for each sport can be found here.
For specific tryout times and locations, please contact the coach for your sport. Coach contact information can be found here.
Due to the creation of 4 sport seasons this year, student-athletes are allowed and encouraged to participate in 4 sports this school year. Please note that student-athletes continue to be limited to one sport per season.
- Online Registration for the spring season is now open. Registration must be completed by a parent or guardian.
- FORGET YOUR PASSWORD? If you have forgotten your password and are having difficulty logging in to register, please do NOT create a new profile. Just shoot me an email, and I will reset your password for you. email@example.com. Thank you!
Eligibility requirements (Required in order to participate in tryouts)
- Complete the Online Registration. Click the link above titled "Online Registration". A parent or guardian must complete the registration.
- Valid physical on file with the school nurse. Physicals are valid for 13 months to the day on which they were conducted. Physicals can be submitted to Bill Matthews, the Athletic Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Current concussion baseline test. Concussion baseline testing is required every 2 years for baseball, basketball, cheer, field hockey, football, gymnastics, lacrosse, ski, soccer, softball and wrestling.
Concussion Baseline Testing
- Concussion baseline testing is required every 2 years for contact sports (see list above). This year baseline testing will be offered through an online program called Concussion Vital Signs. Student-athletes who need to take the test can take it remotely from home. Remote testing instructions. In order for a student-athlete to test remotely at home, they will need internet access and a computer, ChromeBook or similar device. The test cannot be taken on a smartphone.
- For student-athletes that require in-person testing, please contact Mary Flavin at email@example.com or 508-230-3210 x 1450 and she will arrange for them to take the test here at OAHS.
Checking Your Child's Eligibility Status
- For anyone unsure if they have a valid physical or current Concussion Baseline Test on file, please email athletic department secretary, Mary Flavin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OA Calendar of Athletic Events
OA Schedules by Team
Follow OA Sports
For the latest OA schedule & game updates, follow Athletic Director, Bill Matthews on Twitter:
For Hockomock Leaguewide sports coverage, go to:
Required forms for facility usage click here.
Venue Locations for Hockomock League Events
Concussion Training All athletes in all sports & parents of all athletes are required to complete concussion training ANNUALLY.
Fitness Center Consent and Release Form
Open Coaching Positions
- Spring: Boys Spring Track Head Coach
Opioid Overdose Crisis Hits Easton
The state of Massachusetts is experiencing an opioid (opiate) overdose epidemic. Opioids are painkillers like oxycodone, methadone and heroin and are sold under trade names like Percocet, OxiContin, Vicaden and Demerol among others.
In a recent 5 year period, 30 Easton residents died from opioid related overdoses. This is serious and it’s right here in our town.
Many families have experienced the ramifications related to opioid misuse as a result of pain relief from athletic injuries. It is important that you and your student-athlete(s) take the time to read and understand the dangers of the addiction. Educational materials can be found at this link: Opiod Education Information
Finally, the following link is to a video presentation about opioid addiction by Dr. Potee: Dr. Potee - Opioid Video Link
Please do not hesitate to contact the Oliver Ames athletics or health offices if you have any questions or concerns related to this topic.