Oliver Ames High School
Athletics
Athletic Director
Bill Matthews
bmatthews@easton.k12.ma.us
508.230.3210, Ext. 1450

AD Assistant
Mary Flavin
mflavin@easton.k12.ma.us
508.230.3210, Ext. 1450

Athletic Trainer

Jordan DaSilva
jdasilva@marathonphysicaltherapy.com

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Online Registration  
IMPORTANT NOTE:  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.  bmatthews@easton.k12.ma.us. 
Thank you!

Athletic Schedules

Venue Locations for Hockomock League Events

Rent Facilities

Spring sports tryouts begin March 20th

  • OA offers the following spring sports
    • Boys:  baseball, lacrosse, tennis, track & field
    • Girls:  softball, lacrosse, tennis, track & field
    • Unified track will also be offered this spring for high school students with disabilities.

Eligibility requirements:

  1. Online registration.  Click the link above titled "Online Registration".
  2. 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; or Mary Flavin, Athletic Dept. Secretary.  
  3. Current ImPACT test.  ImPACT concussion baseline testing is required every 2 years for baseball, lacrosse and softball.
For anyone unsure whether they have a valid physical or current ImPACT test on file, please email Mary Flavin at mflavin@easton.k12.ma.us.

Impact Testing

  • Impact testing will be conducted in room 122 at OA at 2:30 on the following dates:
    • Tuesday, Feb 28 for baseball and softball
    • Thursday, Mar 2 for boys and girls lacrosse
 
Opiod 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.
14 Easton residents have died in the last 2 years from opioid 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:  https://vimeo.com/176348153
 Please do not hesitate to contact the Oliver Ames athletics or health offices if you have any questions or concerns related to this topic.