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.

Sports[edit]

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.

Football[edit]

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.

Baseball[edit]

Ripon has a Varsity and JV team.

Soccer[edit]

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.

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