Ripon High School (Wisconsin)

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Ripon High School is a public high school located in Ripon, Wisconsin. The school serves students in grades 9 through 12, and has an enrolment of about 560 students. It is the only high school in the Ripon School District.


Ripon High School's mascot is the Tiger. The school has recently[when?] joined the Eastern Valley Conference after spending several years in the East Central Flyway Conference. Sports facilities include Ingalls Field, which is shared with Ripon College. Ingalls Field has a capacity of 3500 and has FieldTurf installed on the field.

Ripon offers nine boys' varsity sports: football, soccer, cross country, basketball, wrestling, baseball, tennis, track, and golf, and seven girls' varsity sports: tennis, volleyball, cross country, basketball, soccer, softball, and track.

Ripon's biggest rivals include the Waupun Warriors, the Omro Foxes, the Winneconne Wolves, and the Berlin Indians.


The football team has an overall record of 70-24 in the last decade. It won state football championships in 2003 and 2005. The team also reached the state quarterfinals every year from 2002 to 2006. The school's all-time football record is 341-370.

Cross country[edit]

The Ripon girls' and boys' cross country teams have won a combined 10 conference titles since 1997 and have been represented at the WIAA state championships (either individually or as a team) every year since 1995.


Ripon has a Varsity and JV team.


Ripon has a Varsity team as well as athletes that play in some JV games. During the 2013 season Ripon went 13-6 with two ties.