From our AD Clinton Gertenrich…

Sprague Student-Athletes and Families,

Due to updated guidance from the Oregon Health Authority and Oregon School Activities Association, we are excited to soon begin inviting spectators to athletic competitions in SKPS. As we work to finalize our plans under the newly revised guidelines, we will share additional information with you regarding who will have access to events, and when SKPS athletic events will begin allowing spectators. The district’s goal is to finalize our plans to begin allowing spectators as early as Friday, March 12. Please stay tuned for additional information.

Full Contact Football - OHA - SKSD Update - Feb 12th

Athletic Update
Parents, Season 3 Athletes,
Sign ups are open on Family ID for all Season 3 athletes (Spring Sports).

We are in process of providing an online live feed for games in our stadium and gymnasium. It will be a subscription-based service.

OSAA Information

OSAA site
OSAA COVID updates


Participation Requirements for all OSAA and Salem-Keizer Public Schools Athletic & Activity Programs

  • Student must be enrolled in 3 classes, 4 are recommended, at Sprague for the 2020-21 school year.
  • Pass 3 out of 4 classes each quarter during the 2020-21 school year.
  • Student has necessary credits to graduate.
  • Student athlete has a current physical on file that will not expire during athletic season.
  • Student is covered by medical insurance.
  • All fees and fines must be paid in advance of tryouts (Seasons 2,3 & 4).

Sports Physicals

Student athletes must have an up-to-date sport physical in order to participate. The sport physical must be valid throughout the entire season of participation.

"A school district shall require students who continue to participate in extracurricular sports in grades 7 through 12 to have a physical examination once every two years."

ORS 336.479, Section 1 (3)

Sprague competes in the 6A classification Mountain Valley Conference and has a long history of winning district, regional and state level competitions.


  • Created by C Hammond & E Stratman -- 6/1/2018
  • Edited by Jordan Millett -- 9/18/2019
  • Updated 02/10/2021

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