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Oliver Ames Tickets Will be Digital
GoFan is a digital ticket app which can be downloaded directly to your smart phone. Once you download the app and create an account, you can purchase tickets for contests directly through that app for all Oliver Ames HOME contests, and many AWAY contests including state tournament games and matches.
The decision to move away from cash and into a digital format is not only inline with many other athletic programs in the MIAA, but it also is inline with the reality that fewer people are carrying cash with them.
So how do you do it?
1) This is the way to go! Pre-purchase your ticket using the GoFan APP. It looks like this:
WINTER SPORTS TRYOUTS AND REGISTRATION Information
Winter Sports Registration is now open!
Tryouts for the winter sports season begin:
- Oliver Ames High School sports: November 28 (Monday after Thanksgiving)
- Easton Middle School sports:
- Boys & Girls Basketball (Combined 7th & 8th grade teams): December 5
- Wrestling (6th, 7th & 8th graders): December 5
The following sports are offered at Oliver Ames High School in the winter:
- Basketball - Boys & Girls
- Ice Hockey - Boys & Girls (Girls co-op team with other Hockomock League Schools)
- Indoor Track - Boys & Girls
- Ski - Boys & Girls
- Swimming - Boys & Girls
The following sports are offered at Easton Middle School in the winter:
- Basketball - Boys & Girls (7th & 8th grade)
- Wrestling (6th, 7th & 8th grade)
Please make note of the following with regards to registration:
- On-Line Registration: Parents or guardians are required to register athletes by completing the on-line registration by November 18.
- Go to Oliver Ames High School Athletics and click the link to Online Registration
- Registrations received after November 18 may result in an athlete missing the first day of tryouts.
- Physicals: All athletes must have an up-to-date physical on file with the school nurse in order to try out. The deadline for submitting new physicals is November 18 for all Winter sports.
- Physicals expire 13 months from the date of the exam
- In order to be valid for athletic participation exams must be in-person and include a sports clearance
- If you are unsure if your child’s physical is current, please email the Athletics secretary, Mary Flavin, at firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you wish to submit an updated physical for a student who will be trying out for a Winter sport please send it to Ryan Gordy, Athletic Director, at email@example.com or Mary Flavin, Athletic Department Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Warning: physicals received after the November 18 deadline will result in an athlete missing the first day of tryouts.
- Baseline Concussion Testing: A baseline concussion test is required every 2 years for all athletes trying out for Basketball, Cheer, Gymnastics, Ice Hockey, Ski and Wrestling. The test can be done remotely; instructions for accessing the test can be found at the link below:
For team specific tryout information athletes should contact the coach for their sport. Coach contact information can be found at Teams and Coaches.
- Online Registration for fall sports is open.
- FORGET YOUR PASSWORD? If you have forgotten your password and are having difficulty logging in to register, please do NOT create a new family 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 Ryan Gordy, 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, ice hockey, lacrosse, ski, soccer, softball & wrestling.
Concussion Baseline Testing
- Concussion baseline testing is required every 2 years for contact sports (see list above). 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.
Athletic Schedules by Team
For mobile device schedule access, download the ArbiterSports app.
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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.