SKIATOOK BULLDOGS HEADER

Skiatook Athletics oversees 13 programs for the district, which breaks down to over 40 teams operating between grades 7th – 12th. Skiatook Sports Medicine is also a part of the athletic department and educates future athletic trainers at both the secondary and collegiate level, while also handling the medical and prerequisite eligibility needs of our students.

Our programs are sanctioned under the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association (OSSAA). As such, our athletes are held to conduct, eligibility, and scholastic standards set by the OSSAA and Skiatook Public Schools. Students that successfully meet those requirements are then eligible to officially compete on behalf of the Bulldogs for 4A Regional, District, Area, Academic, and State Championship titles.

Athletic Prerequisites (Physicals, RankOne and Drug tests)

We are also a part of the Verdigris Valley Conference, which is comprised of Catoosa, Fort Gibson, Hilldale, Jay, Locust Grove, Miami, Oologah, Verdigris, Vinita and Wagoner. Districts included in the Conference collaborate continuously throughout the year on scheduling to ensure our students have the competitive opportunities required to truly succeed in their chosen sport.

Individual Sports Pages:

Sport/Program

Competitive Season

Grade Level

Athletic Student Training

Year-Round

9th-12th

Baseball

Spring

7th- 12th

Basketball

Winter

7th-12th

Cheer

Year-Round

7th-12th

Cross-Country

Fall

9th-12th

Football

Fall

7th-12th

Golf

Spring

9th-12th

Powerlifting

Winter

9th-12th

Softball

Fall

7th-12th

Soccer

Spring

9th-12th

Tennis

Spring

9th-12th

Track & Field

Spring

7th-12th

Volleyball

Fall

7th-12th

Wrestling (Girls & Boys)

Winter

7th-12th

Athletic Department Staff:

Shane Branscum

Shane Branscum

Athletic Director

918-396-5710 ext 1401

Sheldon Johnsen, ATC

Sheldon Johnsen

Athletic Trainer

918-396-5710 ext 1403

Dawn Crase

Dawn Crase

Athletic Administrative Assistant

918-396-5710 ext 1402