OSAA Football Playoffs
Dear Hillsboro High School Community,
I am thrilled to announce that both our girls’ soccer team and football teams have qualified for the OSAA 5A playoffs. Our 10th ranked girls play at Crescent Valley High School in Corvallis at 6 PM, Tuesday, October 31st. Hope to see you there!
This Friday night, November 3, 2023, we will be hosting our first football playoff game since 2014, when the 11th ranked McKay High School Royal Scots from Salem come to Hare Field for a game at 7:00pm against your 6th ranked Hilhi Spartans!
Playoff games are different in a few ways.
Admission is $10 for adults and $6 for students.
Tickets can be purchased using cash or card, but for playoffs can be purchased in advance on the OSAA website using Hometown ticketing online at: https://www.osaa.org/shop/tickets
Students must still have ID cards or Student VUE, but have to pay full price with or without ASB stickers.
Youth Football and Cheer are not admitted free with jersey, but please do wear them in support.
Passes are not accepted for this game except:
ONLY the OSAA Gold Card, OSAA VIP pass, OSAA Media pass, will admit the bearer only with photo ID, are to be honored at any OSAA State Championship event. No school, athletic district, official’s association, etc., passes are to be accepted
Some General Reminders per HSD Policy:
HS students other than from Hillsboro HS or McKay HS will not be admitted.
Middle School and Elementary students must stay with and sit in the stands with the adult who brings them in and will be acting as their supervisor throughout the evening.
Bags cannot be brought into the game. Please make arrangements to leave them in your car.
No outside food or drink is to be brought into Hare Field.
Finally, root for our Spartans loudly and positively. No negative cheers, chants or yelling towards any individual player, group of players, number on either team, official or coach.
Cheering hints; when we are on defense, be as loud as you can (this helps us a lot and makes it hard for the opposition), when we are on offense, wait until after the play to cheer (this makes it easier for us to hear our quarterback call the plays).
Let’s Go Sparts!
Playoffs Round 2
From the Mountain View Athletic Director,"Just a reminder that we are a digital ticket preferred event. We will have two digital ticket scanning lines, and only one cash line. The fastest way into the stadium will be via digital tickets. The game will be streamed on the NFHS Network. Gates will open at 6pm."If you are attending, you can get your tickets here.Or you can attend the Hilhi watch party
Participation in athletics/activities is available to any student. The following regulations govern athletic/activity eligibility, including incoming freshman (8th grade transcripts):
- The participant must meet state eligibility requirements.
- The participant must adhere to the training and citizenship rules established by the coach, athletic dept., and school administration.
- The participant must meet physical requirements and possess some type of insurance which covers him/her for athletic injuries.
- A participant who is dropped from a team for disciplinary reasons will not be allowed to join another team/activity during that season.
- A participant may not drop from one team to another without the agreement of both coaches concerned.
- A participant must possess a student body card with an ASB sticker.
- Academic Standards
- Meet the OSAA requirements of:
- Passed 5 subjects the previous semester
- Be enrolled and passing at least 5 graded subjects in the current semester.
- Possess a minimum of a 2.0 GPA. Summer school grades may be added to the previous semester.
- Students who fail to pass 5 classes will then be considered OSAA ineligible and will not be allowed to participate in contests and may practice only per coaches approval.
- Athletes must abide by the District Drug and Alcohol Policy which is enforced 365 days per year.
- Meet the OSAA requirements of:
- A current physical must be on file before participating.
The Hillsboro School District recognizes athletic/activity participation as an integral part of the education process. Experience has shown that such participation promotes and supports the academic mission of school, as well as the contribution to students' social and personal development. Students who represent their schools should set high expectations for themselves in all areas of school life, but particularly in the classroom.